Nostalgia Roadtrip Podcast

Nostalgia Road Trip – Episode 130: The Midget In The Red Red Room Says “Fire Walk With Me”

Nostalgia Roadtrip Podcast
Edgar Velasco
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PODCASTER who runs 2 different shows. Loves 8bit music, retrogaming , comics and Pro wrestling ..... and Platypuses are awesome

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In this episode, your host’s talk about a returning television program that pushed the envelope during their childhood days, Twin Peaks!
We also talk about the mad behind the madness: David Lynch.

We are:
Edgar Velasco (@MoonSpiderHugs)
Robert Menes (@LambdaCalculus)

The opening theme – “Twin Peaks Main Theme” By Angelo Badalamenti

The ending theme – “Somebody’s Watching Me” By Rockwell

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