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Xcorps Action Sports Show #29.)"MIG-21"-DIRECTORS CUT- The Xcorps goes ballistic in this special supersonic episode featuring host Jason Lazo strapping into a Russian MIG-21 combat jet fighter, host Rat Sult unleashing his new 500HP desert sand rod all powered by music from 4 new rocking bands!
The show opens from Stead Air Field near Reno Nevada where host Jason Lazo is walking the line at Mig Alley- called this because of the nest of Russian jet fighter aircraft parked there. It's all about high performance on the Xcorps with Jason looking Top Gun sitting in the original 70s era Mach 2.3 cockpit. The Russian plane is known for its very high performance and terror factor to U.S. fighter pilots!
Segment one warms up with some close up shots of the Red Star Squadron jet and some pre-flight briefing by X Rocket pilot Bob Ray who coaches Jason on the finer points of ejection seat etiquette. If the engine quits its time to leave-fast- since the plane nose-dives like a lawn dart without power! Jason checks out the thin wings and BIG engine, which jams the jet over 1300 mph wide open! Music by Downtown Records new band Eagles of Death Metal jamming their song -Just Nineteen- keeping the pace. Fun.
After the break Jason returns to introduce new music and a cool video from mega band Eagles of Death Metal doing their song- I Want you so Hard. Featured with the band in the vid are musician Dave Grohl and actor Jack Black. Hilarious! Produced by Josh Homme this music is sexy rock and roll fun!
After that the JP5 fuel ignites with Jason in the MIG and more new tunes from the Maverick Records band Family Force 5 keeping it taught with their song-Love Addict. Check out the original aqua-green cockpit interior devoid of any fancy gadgets or electronics- a true high performance pilots airplane. Killer on board video and sounds of Xcorps Jason Lazo and pilot Bob Ray shot by mini DV cams as the plane taxis and launches off the runway. No punches were pulled during full test flight maneuvers including 5G turns, 4-point barrel rolls and inverted loops with full afterburner. Fun way to burn 500 gallons of gas in less than 45 minutes-only on The Xcorps!
After the landing see Jasons new look and what pilot Billy Bob Ray thinks of our Xcorps host! Great sound bytes from Top Gun J and what he compares the combat style speed ride to!
Segment three rolls out with Jason jamming his own guitar and a cool new video from our friends at RIVE featuring the band Street Dogs. U.S. Iraq war vets make up the band and produced the video with their song -Back to the World- being as true and down home as it gets. Check this angle. Back our forces!
The high horsepower continues in next segment with Jason throwing the action to guest host Rat Sult at the Glamis Dunes firing up his new All Star sand rod powered by a 500HP LS2 Corvette motor. Check out the POV action as Rat rolls up and races 2 other sand rods pumped by new Suburban NoiZe Records band Hed p.e. doing their song Lock and Load.
Xcorps Xguru Eric Ducharme hosts segment 4 reporting back stage from the Black Cat in Washington D.C. rapping with Eagles of Death Metal band member Jesse Boots Electric Hughes. Check out the laughs and the story on how the band got its name.
The Mig show closes out with a few more high-speed shots of Jason over the Nevada desert and his thanks to all involved in making this episode the fastest one yet with a promise of another dose next week! See the action-Hear the Music-Join the Xcorps!
J.S.Edmondson 5/06 Trt-29:30 Closed Captioned ©2007 The Xcorps