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Indecent Exposure: Shinedown

Monday, Dec, 21 2015

Actually this week during Indecent Exposure we are doing Razor Rock versions of Christmas songs to get ready for the holiday this Friday. Here is Shinedown covering John Lennon's "Happy Xmas (War is Over)" 

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Indecent Exposure: Colours

Wednesday, Dec, 9 2015

This Sarasota, FL band isn't exactly what you'd expect coming from the heavy metal record label Victory Records and they are not what you'd expect on Razor 94.7. That doesn't mean it's bad, but you need to know what you're getting into before you click play. The song is called "Monsters" and it comes off their debut album Ivory due out Feb. 26th. Let us know if you're showing it some Razor love or Razor hate?

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Indecent Exposure: Another Lost Year

Tuesday, Dec, 8 2015

Another Lost Year got together in 2011 and since have gained a following across the US esp in their native South Carolina. Their 2nd album is due out in early 2016. Check out the song "Wolves" and let us know if you're showing it some Razor love or Razor hate?

And now just for fun here's the Carolina Panthers using that song as thier hype song.

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Indecent Exposure: Shaman's Harvest

Monday, Dec, 7 2015

Shaman's Harvest formed almost 20 years ago when they were just rock and roll children but in that time they have found their sound. Their latest album Smoking Hearts & Broken Guns came out over a year ago and thier latest single "In Chains" is their best single to date statistically. Check it out and let us know if you're showing it some Razor love or Razor hate?

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RIP ML and Identity of shooter in Neenah

Monday, Dec, 7 2015

Following the tragic shooting and hostage standoff in Neenah at Eagle Nation Cycles on Saturday police have released the name of the person who held people hostage. Here's the story from our AM station WHBY:

Shooting, standoff suspect named A 45-year-old man is the suspect in Saturday's shooting and standoff in downtown Neenah.

Brian Flatoff is in the Winnebago County jail. Negotiators convinced Flatoff to walk out of Eagle Nation Cycles, about four hours after police say a man went into the shop, with a gun.

Prosecutors might wait until the middle of the week to file formal charges against Flatoff.

Now the man who was shot and killed was by all accounts a pretty good guy who everyone knew as ML. Michael Funk was a vet  and that's who we aren't supposed let this stuff happen to. Here's the story on ML:

Lawyer: Man killed in standoff was a hostage A 60-year-old business partner of the owner of a downtown Neenah bike shop was the person killed in Saturday's shooting and standoff.

Michael Funk was a Vietnam veteran, known as "M.L."

Attorney Cole White of Green Bay represented Funk. He says Funk was a hostage, and a victim, and he was just trying to get out of the Eagle Nation Cycles building.

White says Funk probably saved the lives of others, by trying to keep the suspect in the standoff occupied.

He says the suspect came to the shop to try to get a motorcycle back. He says the man had sold it, to pay some legal bills.

Funk was shot by at least one SWAT team member, after he left the building. Police Chief Kevin Wilkinson says the man had a gun, and didn't follow orders to drop it.

The state Division of Criminal Investigation is handling the investigation into Funk's death.

White has been representing Funk, and shop owner Steven Erato, in a federal lawsuit. They filed a $50 million suit against the city of Neenah, the police department, and others, over a search warrant for the shop in 2012. 

This could get more intresting as it goes because ML was a hostage and he was shot by the police when he refused to put down his weapon. The question is Why? 

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