Show #1583 is primarily famous for the birthing of the Marsupial Gurgle sound that is site is named after. Before that sound was made, Andrew did make a sound that could very well be considered an ancestor to the Marsupial Gurgle:
Below are the other clip(s) from the show:
Andrew: “I’m happier with my media options”
At the 47m 24.519s mark of show #1583, Andrew Walsh made an interesting sound that wasn’t commented on until show #1584. The sound ended up being named both “Marsupial Gurgle” and “Barabajagal“.
As requested by a listener, I have created a clip that puts the Marsupial Gurgle in context of the discussion:
As mentioned, the Marsupial Gurgle sound was not commented on until a listener sent in an e-mail asking what that sound was and described it as a “sweet gurgle of an infant marsupial”
I have uploaded the first part of the e-mail segment from that show with the listener e-mail, and with Luke and Andrew discussing about it:
And yes, it was Luke that officially christened the name of the sound, “Marsupial Gurgle”:
Luke spent some of his spare time creating a few Marsupial Gurgle remixes.
Andrew then attempted to recreate the Marsupial Gurgle sound on show #1584:
The attempted recreation sounds somewhat close to one of the sounds Strong Bad makes in “The System is down”:
Andrew be Andrew. Enough said.
Moaning and groaning over the thought of warm nuts (from show #1785)
“My mind is like a steel trap”
Singing “I Guess That’s Why They Call It The Blues”
One of Luke and Andrew’s latest obsession is the song that is played on El Ropo’s website when the page is loaded. Specifically, they are obsessed over the portion of the song that sounds like it came from a spaghetti Western TV show or film.
The guys recently requested someone to remake a version of that song that replaces “El Ropo” with American Public Media/Infinite Guest’s Steve Nelson. Bryan Daste came to the rescue and created several versions of that theme for Andrew, Luke and Steve.