John Safran's Music Jamboree

Season 1 Episode 6

Episode Six

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Jul 29, 2002 on SBS One
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Episode Six
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1. Opening Titles: The Smiths 2. Scrabble In the new millennium, John proposes a new form of hip-hop battle: hip-hop scrabble. 3. Music Mole: Human Nature Rumour has it that one album by Human Nature was costing the record company Sony around $40 per album in advertising costs, when the album was sold for only $30. 4. Scientology John puts forward the question that many of you may not want asked, and even less of you will want answered: Is Beck a Scientologist? 5. Inpress John shows how an upcoming band can get a great review in the local music magazine by simply writing your own. 6. World of Instruments This week, it's Sonic Animation playing their song Evil with the instruments of Turkey.moreless
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    • TRIVIA (2)

      • After the story on Scientology aired, the Church of Scientology rang John Safran and thanked him, because some kids had gone into the church in Perth saying they were interested because they'd heard about them from Music Jamboree.

      • This is the only episode that did not feature a band playing at the end of an episode on the DVD. This episodes with the band, Sonic Animation, could not be released on the DVD due to a music clearance issue.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Customer: Uh, do you have that "Smiths" song Paint a Vulgar Picture which cynically attacks bands endlessly re-releasing old material. Um, I can't seem to find it on The Best of the Smiths: Volume 1, The Best of the Smiths: Volume 2, uh, The Very Best of the Smiths, or The Smiths: The Singles.
        John Safran: Yeh, left and to the back.

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