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RADIO BROADCAST #310
Fanatic! I do hope you get a chance to listen to this fantastic grouping of tunes we have prepared for you.
I imagine you are wondering why we have not featured any of that new live Devo record that came out a few weeks ago. Not the one we were playing a few weeks ago but this one that has come out since. I have not heard a second of it. Hopefully, it arrives to me this week and I can plug it into next week’s show.
I have been getting in a lot of new music that I think you will really like, but the thing that challenges me is that it doesn’t sound like cold weather music. In fact, some of these shows have been feeling spring, late spring. I try to pick music by temperature/light cycle when I can. On the other hand, maybe it’s a good idea to challenge all that and see where it goes. I do think that we are going to have some amazing shows happening as the weather gets warmer.
We have been playing a lot of Feeding Tube Records stuff lately. Good label, good people running it. Very worthwhile to check them out: http://feedingtuberecords.com/
Mike Vest of Bong, Blown Out, 11 Paranoias, Haikai, No Ku, etc., has another Blown Out record coming out soon. Here is where to pre-order. I just did. Can’t wait.
Also, the band Asian Women On The Telephone have a Bandcamp page with a ton of records on it. I have been listening to one or two a day and they are really cool. Here is where to check them out: http://asianwomenonthetelephone.bandcamp.com/album/awott
Here’s where to get all that good Alex Cameron information: http://alexcamerononline.net.au/Music.html
The fantastictivity of the chosen tracks below need to be experienced by your ears as soon as possible!
Tune in and STAY FANATIC!!!
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01. Damaged Bug - Eggs At Night / Hubba Bubba
02. Barcelona - Robot Trouble / Robot Trouble
03. Alex Cameron - She's Mine / Jumping the Shark
04. Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart / France '79
05. Gary Wilson - You Keep On Looking / You Think You Really Know Me
06. Le Butcherettes - Poet From Nowhere / Cry is For The Flies
07. Bobby Byrd / James Brown - I Know You Got Soul
08. Robert Calvert – Ejection / Captain Lockheed & The Starfighters
09. Louis Jordan – Beware / Decca Recordings
10. Lair Of The Minotaur - Riders of Skullhammer, We Ride the Night / Evil Power
11. Fuzz - You Won't See Me / Live In San Francisco
12. A. Halim & De'Fictions - Kembali Lagi / Pop Yeh Yeh—Psychedelic Rock From Singapore And Malaysia: 1964-1970
13. Asian Women On the Telephone - Kljuch, Zamok, Yazyk / IcanT
14. Bugs and Rats - Boys Are Dumb / Bugs and Rats
15. Guerilla Toss – Etqueeny / Smack the Brick
01. Ooga Boogas - Studio Of My Mind / Booga Box
02. T.V. Smith - London Hum / I Delete
03. Terakaft - Idiya Idohena / Aratan N Azawad
04. Lower Plenty - Strange Beast / Hard Rubbish
05. Kid Congo & The Pink Monkey Birds - Pumpkin Pie / self titled
06. Hank Williams - You Better Keep It On Your Mind / Complete Hank Williams
07. Beastie Boys - A Year And A Day / Paul’s Boutique
08. Mysteries - In The Dark / New Age Music Is Here
09. Art Ensemble Of Chicago - Theme De Celine / 1969-1970
10. Marnie Stern - You Don't Turn Down / The Chronicles of Marnia
11. Black Randy & The Metro Squad - Down at the Laundromat / Pass the Dust, I Think I'm Bowie
12. Lamps – Clouds / Under the Water Under the Ground
13. Those Little Aliens - Low Point X / We Couldn’t Agree On a Title
14. Les Rallizes Denudes - White Awakening / Cable Hogue Soundtrack
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