0:00 Intro, and a plea to save The Ruckus!
2:37 The Pursuit Of Happiness - Tara's Theme (from their 1996 CD, The Wonderful World of The Pursuit Of Happiness)
6:30 The Pursuit Of Happiness - White Man (from their 1995 CD, Where's The Bone)
9:02 Interview with Moe Berg, talking about how he approaches his role as a producer, and about his new TV show, Master Tracks.
19:20 The North - All That I Am (as featured on Master Tracks)
22:32 A little more chat with Moe Berg about using technology in the studio.
24:19 Shortwave - Camera Tongue (as featured on Master Tracks)
27:36 Outro, and a little more from Moe about what's coming up on his show.
The Ruckus Blog: http://www.kevinmcgowan.ca
Master Tracks: http://www.aux.tv/show/Master-Tracks/
Moe Berg: http://www.myspace.com/moeberg
The North: http://www.myspace.com/wearethenorth
Do you want to host your own episodes of The Ruckus? Get in touch with me: email@example.com
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