FTF Podcast Two: Building Momentum

In the second Fear The Fin podcast, Plank and TCY talk about an upgrade they made in the audio department, examine the Sharks options for upgrades in the defensive department, muse about Stalock, the Sharks recent success, and the upcoming road trip (pretend you're listening to this Friday night or something) out East.

Since we had some issues with Podbean last week (because of the amount of bandwidth we were able to use), we've decided to upload the audio files to SBN's servers and use them as our host. We're in the process of setting up an RSS feed as well, and are completely aware of people's desire to obtain our podcast via iTunes.

Listen/Download the second FTF Podcast [45:06 in length]

Jump for music and a link to the first Fear The Fin podcast.

Music from Episode Two
Intro: "Living Together" by Circa Survive
Transition One: "The Wild Hunt" by The Tallest Man on Earth
FTF Personals: "No Ordinary Love" by Sade
Transition Two: "Call Me Al" by Paul Simon
Outro: "Miami" by Foals

Since Podbean crashed on us just about every other hour, some people were unable to listen to the first podcast. We have attached it here.

Listen/Download the first FTF Podcast [43:10 in length]

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