As a YouTube producer, I’m always looking for input on what I do, things I could do, and just random questions from my audience about… whatever! To that effect, I’m starting a series of Q&A videos where you ask and I answer. Pretty easy, really.

So, send me your questions — via private messages, e-mail, however you want. If messaging, let me know it’s for a Q&A. Thanks.

If this goes well, I might turn it into its own ongoing show.
Thanks in advance. Can’t wait to hear from you.

MGP
info@accusationnetwork.com
https://youtube.com/theaccusationnetwork

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Do you like classic hard rock and heavy metal albums? Are you into collecting vinyl records? Or do you just dig awesome facts about music? Let’s face it: do you like to have fun?

The Accusation Network is proud to present The Vinyl Reacquisition Project. Shot in glorious 4K resolution, this monthly video program is hosted by Matt G. Paradise and focuses on some of his vintage albums purchased that month, including album details, band facts, personal stories connected to the records and plenty of that fun mentioned previously.

Also included are MGP’s Classic Pick of the Month as well as a spotlight on a more modern release, sometimes from other genres. 

Become a patron of The Accusation Network through our Patreon page, found at patreon.com/TheAccusationNetwork. In addition to this program, you’ll also find a wealth of audio podcasts, many of which exclusive to patrons.

Also listen to VRP’s companion podcast, Vintage Vinyl Vivisection, on which MGP and a guest co-host discuss a single album in depth. It’s fun, too!

Brought to you by The Accusation Network.

UPDATE: After a great deal of thought, I’ve decided to make this show public, including all future episodes. The Patreon tier has been changed to reflect this, and now will have specials and other bonus content from VRP for patrons only. So, ignore what I said at the end of the first episode. The show is now for ALL.

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In studio with us this episode is Joel Gausten (www.joelgausten.com) and we’ll be talking about the fourth studio album from KISS, known as Destroyer. Discussion includes album production and charting, fan reactions, the cover art, and the standout tracks. Of course, there’s always more to the conversation, so we’ll also go into the influences that shaped our musical tastes, the need for sessions musicians on albums, the strange influence of Destroyer on power/symphonic metal, our favorite bad KISS lyrics and more. Show theme and additional music provided by Gyps Fulvus (www.gypsfulvus.net)

Vintage Vinyl Vivisection takes you under the skin and straight to the meat of classic heavy metal and hard rock albums. No out-of-touch hipster nonsense or irrelevant political banter here. Just straight talk on records we all know and (mostly) love, brought to you by those who know what they’re actually talking about. Genre-related tangents will also occur.

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In this nearly two-hour special, Purging Talon Executive Director, Matt G. Paradise takes you on a comprehensive retrospective journey through the first 25 years of this media company’s output. Highlights include:

– The pre-history of Purging Talon: The Slam Compactor, Pubic Itch
– The premiere of Poo Poo Magazine
– The zine culture of the 1990s
– The controversies that followed us
– Not Like Most, its popularity and influence
– One-offs and various limited releases from Purging Talon: Flames From The Internet, Superhighway To Hell (print edition)
– The “lost” projects: Poo Poo TV, Regi$terhead, GRIND!
– Purging Talon’s Web efforts: Superhighway To Hell (online edition), The Sinister Screen
– Subterranean SINema and the dawn of Purging Talon’s video work
– MGP media appearances
– MGP’s outside media work and collaborations: Poo Poo Radio, Propaganda Tool, Satanism Today: The Video Version
– Purging Talon books: Bearing The Devil’s Mark, The Book of Satanic Quotations
– The podcasts: Terror Transmission, Vermont Rock Show, The Accusation Party, Strange Moments in Cultural History, Vintage Vinyl Vivisection
– Past promos and other discontinued audio releases

Plus, anniversary well-wishes and related tales from Purging Talon fans and co-conspirators, a ten-minute compilation showcasing Purging Talon’s future premium-content project, and the biggest “thank you” list you’ve ever heard on a podcast special. Ever forward!

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In studio with us this episode is Bill M. (www.devilsmischief.com) and we’ll be talking about the ninth studio album from Black Sabbath, known as Heaven and Hell. Discussion includes album production and charting, replacing a classic singer, the cover art, and the standout tracks. Of course, you’ll also want to stick around for conversations on the revival of heavy metal in the early-1980s, the Great Ozzy vs. Dio Debate, rainbows and look-outs, that “devil horns” hand gesture and more. Show theme and additional music provided by Gyps Fulvus (www.gypsfulvus.net)

Vintage Vinyl Vivisection takes you under the skin and straight to the meat of classic heavy metal and hard rock albums. No out-of-touch hipster nonsense or irrelevant political banter here. Just straight talk on records we all know and (mostly) love, brought to you by those who know what they’re actually talking about. Genre-related tangents will also occur.

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In his 1890 work entitled Might Is Right, Ragnar Redbeard wrote at great length about cultural deception. He said that “the most dangerous of all enthroned lies is the holy, the sanctified, the privileged lie… It is the fruitful mother of all other popular errors and delusions. It is hydra-headed. It has a thousand roots. It is a social cancer.” In the 21st century, one such cancer — that has metastasized to infect even the very science behind human evolution — has come to be known as transgenderism. So, come with us as we put this subject under the knife in order to root out the ambiguous definition of transgender, the high cost of surgery and hormones, transitioning children, the reality of associated self-harm and suicide, the influence of trend, gays vs. transgenders, bad statistics, de-transitioning, and why people are afraid to say anything to the contrary about all of this.

Episodic Links
“This Is So Hard:” Coping with Complications from Gender Affirmation Surgery
75% of Transgender Women Fail to Suppress Testosterone
DEBUNKED: The Dark History of ‘Gender Theory’
Biological Differences Between Men and Women
Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)
Transgender Trend: Detransition
Book TV: Gary Greenberg, “The Book of Woe”
Tucker Carlson vs. DNC Zac Petkanas – How Gender Works
Wikipedia: John Money
Gender debate sparks bitter divide among trans and feminist groups
Dr. Michelle Cretella on Transgenderism: A Mental Illness is Not a Civil Right
Long-Term Follow-Up of Transsexuals Undergoing Sex Reassignment
Dr Quentin Van Meter on unethical transgender medicine involving children
Gavin McInnes: Trans parenting is child abuse
New Research Shows a Vast Majority of Cis People Won’t Date Trans People
Sex changes are not effective, say researchers
Suicidality in Body Dysmorphic Disorder
The Detransitioners: They Were Transgender, Until They Weren’t
The Real Problems With Psychiatry
Sex Change Regret Dot Com

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The Accusation Network brings you its latest podcast: Vintage Vinyl Vivisection.

Vintage Vinyl Vivisection (or, V3 for short) takes you under the skin and straight to the meat of classic heavy metal and hard rock albums. No out-of-touch hipster nonsense or irrelevant political banter here. Just straight talk on records we all know and (mostly) love, brought to you by those who know what they’re actually talking about. Genre-related tangents will also occur.

Joining us in studio for the inaugural episode is John Shaw (www.isatanist.com) as he and Matt talk about the third studio album from Def Leppard — Pyromania. Discussion includes album charting, the making of the album, replacing a guitar player, the cover art, and the three standout tracks, as well as Pyromania’s wide appeal and more. But, since it’s never just about the album, you’ll also gain insight on Matt’s fledgling video editing efforts, how metal gets you all the girls, who started the rise of pop metal, “doing it” songs, selling out, John’s Def Lep triangle theory, totally weird ‘80s music videos, and modern kids who need to not be boring. Show theme and additional music provided by Gyps Fulvus (www.gypsfulvus.net)

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