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 Posted: Wed May 22nd, 2019 06:47 pm
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I've barely thought about Howard in years and now he's everywhere again promoting his new book.  I saw him on Fallon and I think he's doing Colbert next week. 

Here is a rather interesting interview with him in RS where he talks about all the hate he gets online for changing, Trump, Artie, and being a recovering narcissist.

https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/culture-features/howard-stern-interview-new-book-836979/



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 Posted: Wed May 22nd, 2019 08:02 pm
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He's turned into the Imus he used to goof on. Its' why I canceled Sirius and stopped listening to him about a year after Artie left..



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I became a fan of Howard back in the early 90's when he did the WOR Channel 9 Show. Then when his Radio show came on in the Area in about 95. Read both his books and went to his movie open night.

Stopped when I changed Jobs and couldn't listen anymore. So its been like 20 years.

I have watched some old Howard TV Clips over the years on Youtube,

When he Announced his book coming out. I signed up for a free trial of Sirius just to hear how the show is. All I read on The Stern "Fan" Pages how the show sucks and how he is Hollywood now.

Listening to the show after almost 20 Years I still like it. I think he still does a good show. Yes he not out there like he used to be. But the guy is 65 Years old he is bound to grow as a person and I radio Host.

I perorder the book and read a little of it. He has become a great Interviewer.



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Here is Terry Gross From NPR interviewing Howard 




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I guess he is a bit embarrassed with his past behavior and the content of his show back in the day. I don't blame him. It does not look good being a old sleazy D Bag. He showcased Trump for what he was. Trumps comments on his show were beyond pathetic and Trump hasn't changed sadly even though he is in his 70s.

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Hey Now!!!


Lol, I am a big contributor over on The Howard Stern Show Reddit page that he mentioned he gets a lot of hate from.


The freaking book is just transcribed interviews he has done on his show.


Hanzi was spot on a few years ago when he told Howard on a call that "You finally lived long enough to become Don Imus."


And that was the last time Howard took a call from Hanzi. ;-)


Howard was a big part of my life for many, many years, but sadly his show is virtually un-listenable nowadays. It's a shame that non-polital talk radio is basically a thing of the past. I loved rolling through the AM dial at night as a kid.

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Is there any trading or buying underground community for his old shows, both on Satellite and before?  You know like wrestling dvd-rs?  I've heard he now has his employees go through and scrub old shows.  Does any of his old stuff survive?  It's pretty remarkable what he was doing in 1989 compared to where we are now.  The Glam metal late 80s stuff and the strippers and whatnot.  Completely different world.

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I can't blame long time fans for being disenchanted with Howard Stern changing his outlook and style over the years. It isn't the same show in many ways, although it is more similar than many would care to admit. As a parallel, I used to be a big fan of Bill Simmons from his early days on Page 2 of ESPN.com when he was the Boston Sports Guy. Marriage, his move to Los Angeles, his desire to be more serious and be taken more seriously, writing less and becoming a podcaster primarily, anointing himself as an NBA expert when he's just a superfan, and regular person stuff like getting married and having kids has changed him and made him less entertaining to me. That said, I can't begrudge Howard or Simmons for changing. Howard got divorced, remarried, went to therapy, had his battle with censors, pressure groups, and the FCC end with the move to SiriusXM, and generally calmed down.

Howard isn't the same guy that he was in the mid 1990s when I first got to see him on the E! show (we didn't get him on the radio around here for several more years and not for long when we did, he bombed in the Twin Cities). Simmons isn't the same guy that he was when he blew up on ESPN.com around 2001. I am certainly not the same guy now that I was in either of those years, so it is unreasonable to expect either one of them to have remained unchanged. Putting aside whatever is an act for the audience, they are real people, not characters that can be theoretically left the same for nearly 30 years like on The Simpsons.

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dr_papufnik wrote: Is there any trading or buying underground community for his old shows, both on Satellite and before?  You know like wrestling dvd-rs?  I've heard he now has his employees go through and scrub old shows.  Does any of his old stuff survive?  It's pretty remarkable what he was doing in 1989 compared to where we are now.  The Glam metal late 80s stuff and the strippers and whatnot.  Completely different world.

If by scrubbing old shows, you mean editing, I don't think that is the case in the purest sense for the most part although he did wind up taking out the rant on Wendy Williams the other week which I heard live and was frankly surprised at given that it was out of character for the show these days.

Once the West Coast morning drive time feed and the Wrap Up show end on Howard 101, they play Sternthology which is old clips, that usually have some sort of common theme like previous appearances of guests from that week, staff fights, listener picks, stuff with Ronnie or JD, phony phone calls, and so on. They never air complete shows, just segments and sometimes they fast forward ahead, complete with fast forwarding sound effects, to move along in the segment if there was a down moment or an ad break. So if there is something they don't want to play, they don't need to take out a bunch of stuff from the third Wednesday in March of 1996. If they don't want to play it, they just don't.

One thing that doesn't happen as much, possibly at all, is that when the show isn't live, they used to air as filler "Today In Howard History" where they'd run an old show from the date from years earlier. A lot of stuff from the 1990s and early 2000s made it on the air that way, and there were even some 1980s shows. Now the old shows tend to be from within the past year or so. This ties back to the fact that they don't need to edit out stuff from old shows. They just don't play them.

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dr_papufnik wrote: Is there any trading or buying underground community for his old shows, both on Satellite and before?  You know like wrestling dvd-rs?  I've heard he now has his employees go through and scrub old shows.  Does any of his old stuff survive?  It's pretty remarkable what he was doing in 1989 compared to where we are now.  The Glam metal late 80s stuff and the strippers and whatnot.  Completely different world.

Yes, a lot of his old stuff is out there.


I used to be part of a private file sharing group dedicated to all things Howard. Unfortunately it is shut down now.


I have a complete run of 2006 when he started at Sirius to 2010.


Then I have a a huge file of 1994 to 1999. I haven't really checked that out, but it is pretty impressive in size. It does have the "Best Of" shows when he was on vacation during those years that has a lot of great bits in them.



Then I have an almost complete run of his late night CBS show he had on in the late 90's.


There is a lot out there, but with that file sharing group I was part of shut down, there is no way at the moment to share it all. (at least that I know of.)

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Does anyone have the 9/11 show? I remember listening to this live from my office on 5th Avenue at J.P. Morgan. There wasn't a TV on the floor and CNN.com and what few other news sites online at the time were completely frozen. Howard Stern became my source of news and he did a great job that morning.  Ironically, it was probably one of the last times I ever listened to his show for more than a few minutes.

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srossi wrote: Does anyone have the 9/11 show? I remember listening to this live from my office on 5th Avenue at J.P. Morgan. There wasn't a TV on the floor and CNN.com and what few other news sites online at the time were completely frozen. Howard Stern became my source of news and he did a great job that morning.  Ironically, it was probably one of the last times I ever listened to his show for more than a few minutes.



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dr_papufnik wrote: Is there any trading or buying underground community for his old shows, both on Satellite and before?  You know like wrestling dvd-rs?  I've heard he now has his employees go through and scrub old shows.  Does any of his old stuff survive?  It's pretty remarkable what he was doing in 1989 compared to where we are now.  The Glam metal late 80s stuff and the strippers and whatnot.  Completely different world.

Yea...Howard and his people have been on a mission for the past year or so to wipe the internet clean of all his old stuff...I have a ton on dvd...
https://sites.google.com/site/tonydaloccstadvdcollection/howard-stern
If you are interested in picking up some dvds or dvd .iso files on google drive shoot me a pm!



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Tony has a shit load of Howard stuff. Be has all the wrestling related shows. Of course, Tony might still be lost in Cleveland if ya wheeeel, I don't know. I heard he has heat here, but he always was a class guy to me.



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