Fanatics! Henry Rollins' KCRW Show Tomorrow Night: More Aussie Music, Boris
KCRW Broadcast #164 for Saturday, May 12, 2012
See also: Henry Rollins: The Column! R.I.P. MCA
Fanatics! Hello from beautiful Western Australia! This will be the last Saturday I will be here. Soon, off to South Africa for a few shows and then, on the 26th, of this month, we will be live on the radio! I look forward to that. I know the pre-taped shows are not nearly as fun as the live ones but at least the music is good and thank you so much for putting up with the slightly stilted nature of them. We do the best we can to make them great.
I have been picking up some really great records here that will make their presence known very soon. As well, I have a lot of music waiting at the office for me to get into that we will get activated as soon as we can.
Tonight, a lot of Australian music as well as a very interesting excursion in the last several minutes of the show. It's kind of like running as hard as you can for the last lap on the treadmill. The Boris track isn't the easiest one to get a hold of, so hopefully you will get a kick out of it. Boris keep their fans on their toes, that's for sure
I just got a lot of live material of Rowland Howard, Kim Salmon and other Australian greats that I will be checking and folding into some of our shows as well.
Another Anti-Job track for our show. Check them out this L.A. band at their site for more information.
If you find yourself curious about the Anthony Davis track, here's a good source to hear more.
It is a great sampling of the familiar and the not so that we have gathered for your evaluation this evening. I hope you like it. Oh, thanks for all the kind mail about our Heavy Blanket broadcast. Great record!
Have a great weekend and STAY FANATIC!!! --Henry
Henry can be reached at: Henryontheradio@gmail.com, or follow him on Twitter @henryrollins.
Read Henry's tracklist below.
01. Generation X - Your Generation / Generation X
02. Killing Joke - The Wait / Killing Joke
03. The Birthday Party - Figure Of Fun / Prayers On Fire
04. The Shriek - Dugga Dugga Doo / Bulb Singles #1
05. James Brown - Just Won't Do Right / The Singles Vol. 7: 1970-1972
06. Franklin Boukaka - Nakoko / African Pearls - Pont Sur Le Congo
07. Iggy Pop & James Williamson - I Got Nothin' / Kill City
08. Wire - Feeling Called Love / Pink Flag
09. The Beasts Of Bourbon - Watch Your Step / Sour Mash
10. Sex Pistols - No Feelings / Never Mind The Bollocks
11. Devo - I'm A Potato / Hardcore Devo Volume 1
12. Idjah Hadidjah - Bayu Bayu / Tonggeret
13. The Anti-Job - Love Will Take Our Minds / Bloom
14. The Saints - Wild About You / (I'm) Stranded
15. The Velvet Underground - I'm Set Free (Closet Mix) / Velvet Underground
16. The Scorpions - Hound Dog / Tokyo Tapes
17. Black Sabbath - Behind The Wall Of Sleep / Black Sabbath
18. Anthony Davis - Section 1 Opening (Dance) / Episteme
19. Sangwan Lokum - Lam Phun Songlao Mao Ganja / Molam: Thai Country Groove From Isan Vol. 01
20. Cleanse - Track 02 / Moment Of Haste
21. Sonic Temple Assassins - The Light / Hosianna Mantrap
22. Alan Vega - The Kiss / DuJang Prang
23. Acid Mothers Temple - Ecstasy In Hell / Ominous From The Cosmic Inferno
24. Boris - Luna / Chapter Ahead Being Fake
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