TNUC MIX Category

NIGHTMARES & DREAMSCAPES MIXTAPE.

“Sleep. Those little slices of Death. How I loathe them.”– Eddie Allan Poe It’s October of 1988. My parents ship me off to boarding school at one of the snottiest and most prestigious prep schools in the country. Talk about a fish out of water. To say I wasn’t pleased would be an understatement. I’ll […]

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RETURN TO SUMMER CAMP MIX.

As the morning sun shines on the dew soaked grass, a rooster lets out a cock-a-doodle-doo, Nurse Davenport’s giant underpants go flying up the flagpole and Uncle T lets out a huge belch over the outside loudspeaker. Just another morning at Camp TNUC. That prior evening, Camp TNUC held their 2nd annual ‘Beer Can Mountain’ […]

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CHRIS HOLMES ’87 FIREBIRD TAPE

Chris “Manimal” Holmes. The mere notion that this guy and his car made it out of the decade alive is a miracle in itself. We’ve all heard the tales told from the heavy metal bible about the original W.A.S.P. guitarist. The guy was a living, breathing, nasty wildebeest both on and off the stage. I […]

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HUNGRY FOR LOVE MIX.

A ravenous appetite for L.O.V.E. comes this Valentine’s Day with our brand new mixtape. There were two phrases I remember hearing repeatedly during winter of ’87 while cruising in my Buick Grand National. Those phrases were “in the heat of the night” and “HUNGRY FOR LOVE”. The latter phrase could be heard at nauseum every […]

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MYSTERY MEAT MIX 2: THE SECOND HELPING.

For most of the year, Uncle T floats through life like a lump of crap, barely surviving on a steady diet of beer, cigarettes and Hungry Man dinners. However, once the holiday season rolls around a different kind of animal is unleashed. Since “at risk senior” Granny TNUC fled to the mountains of Nicaragua to […]

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NIGHT BEAST 4: THE BEAST IN ME.

The crunch of dead leaves, the smell of wood burning stoves, apple cider mills and a four-legged, savage nomad they call The Night Beast. That’s exactly what came to our small town this Autumn season. For most people, 2020 had been dampened by a different threat. Not for the TNUC villagers. The only fear that […]

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