PMB272 Mukbang (Raymond Guiot & Jean-Claude Dubois, Felix Thoma, Carlos Pickling y su Orquesta, La tia Cata, Eddie Layton, Perfume, Anamanaguchi, Phaserland, The Carnival Steel Drum Band, Frankie Cosmos, Jean-Jacques Perrey & David Chazam, Takara Tomy Toy Company, Gianni Ferrio)
The dinner gong has been rung, dear listener, as we invite you to join us for a sumptuous three-course banquet here on the moon.
For those unaware of ‘mukbang’, we were inspired to put this show together by the YouTube phenomenom of ‘eating broadcasts’ made popular in South Korea in 2008.
For the starter, we serve up French library music, Peruvian saxophony and some extreme soup. The main course is a double helping of sushi with a cheeseburger chaser. And for dessert we have a Japanese toy pudding, some French sponge from our patron saint and some deliciously homicidal ice-cream from Italy.
Raymond Guiot & Jean-Claude Dubois: Entrée from April Orchestra Présente Suites Baroques et Arabesques
Felix Thoma: Extreme Soup from Urbanista
Carlos Pickling y su Orquesta: Antipasto Gagá from Mag All Stars Vol. 2
La tia Cata: Antipasto Napolitano from Recetas: Entradas
Eddie Layton: Hot Noodles from Hot Noodles
Perfume: Macaroni from Game
Anamanaguchi: Sushi Box from Scott Pilgrim vs. The World – The Game (Original Videogame Soundtrack)
Phaserland: Sushi on the Monorail from Electric Atlantic
The Carnival Steel Drum Band: Cheeseburger In Paradise from Havana Daydreamin’ and More Jimmy Buffett Favorites
Frankie Cosmos: Korean Food from Fit Me In EP
Jean-Jacques Perrey & David Chazam: The Sponge from ELA
Takara Tomy Toy Company: Giga Pudding Puddi Puddi Song
Gianni Ferrio: Mr Ice Cream from Il killer (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
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If it all gets too much during this week’s show, dear listener, you may find you need to reach for one of these very shiny Harris Victory Galvanised Pails. In fact, we’d recommend having one by your side before you start listening.