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Your second chance to hear our Beatles White Album special

Did you know that The Mosen Explosion replays on Mushroom FM? Hearing it live is the best experience because you can interact with other listeners and have input into the show. But if that’s not possible, you can hear it every Tuesday morning between 5 and 9 AM Eastern US time, that’s 10 AM in the UK. It’s also Monday night at 9 PM in Eastern Australia, which is a jolly good time.

Four hours devoted to The Beatles White Album, on this week's Mosen Explosion

Since 2012, The Mosen Explosion has been celebrating the 50th anniversary of each Beatles album's release. Now it's time to celebrate the Beatles most eclectic album in style, their self-titled double album, which, because of its cover, has become known as The White Album.

It's The Mosen Explosion, "don't be a bozo" edition

It’s almost that time of the week again, where the Mosen Explosion gives you a full appreciation of the top quality radio you have access to for the other 164 hours of the week.

In Europe and the UK, we're exploding an hour earlier just this wecek

In a world first for The Mosen Explosion, I’m writing this post on an Air New Zealand flight home from Australia. It’s amazing what these blind people can do these days isn’t it?

Announcing our new epic rockumentary series, "The Lost Lennon Tapes"

Our 26-episode rockumentary, "Ringo's yellow Submarine" has now concluded. So it's time to unveil the next rockumentary to occupy the 2 PM Saturday and 1 AM Monday slot. If you're a Beatles fan, you'll want to stay tuned.

This week, The Mosen Explosion says happy birthday to the devil woman himself

There are big changes in Mosen Land right now, but like old man river, The Mosen Explosion just keeps on rolling along, just has it has for, like, totally like, years and years and, like, years! Just to be clear, that’s like years, not light years.

We're headed to Egypt Station on this week's Mosen Explosion

Squee! The first new album of original material from Sir Paul McCartney since 2013 is now out. It’s called Egypt Station, and it is his 17th studio album. Already, it’s earned him his first top 10 billboard hit since 1997, and there are some fine tracks on the album.

This week on The Mosen Explosion, I’ll be playing a few selected tracks from the album, along with Sir Paul discussing the inspiration behind them.

The parable of the Mosen Towers Wonder PC

Are you sitting comfortably? Then I’ll begin.

Once upon a time, in the early days of The Mosen Explosion, we hosted the show from desktop computers. In the very early days, it literally was desktop computers, plural. One to stream with, another to do all the cool broadcasting trickery with.

Time went by, like it always does, and after a while, laptop computers became more powerful. Since mid-2009, the show has come to you thanks to the power of laptop computers. Just run into the studio, dock the laptop, and if it wasn’t working correctly, say “holy soup! What’s up, dock”.

We're in an exploding time warp this week

There’s no new Mosen Explosion show this weekend. Aw. But in its long history, there are many many episodes in the old back catalogue. So this week, we’ll be taking you back to a Mosen Explosion from this week in August 1927. Oops, the computer is having a problem computing that, so how about we just go back to this week in 2014?

Find out the things we were talking about and the music we were playing four years ago.

It’s all on the jolly old Mosen Explosion, 2 PM Eastern, 7 PM UK, only on the mighty Mushroom FM.

Goodbye Stranger, it's a logical, Supertrampical Mosen Explosion

Once again, the time has come for another four hours of chat, conviviality, and some of the best music ever made, as The Mosen Explosion is let loose on a suspecting world. It can hardly be unsuspecting anymore, given how long this soup has been going on.

It’s the birthday of Richard Davies from Supertramp on 22 July, so what a great excuse to make this classic band our featured group on this week’s show.

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