Fanatics! Let's Try This Show Again
RADIO BROADCAST #220
See also: Henry Rollins: Kill Your Past
Fanatics! It is radio time again! We are not live tonight for a few reasons at least. It's Father's Day and that actually has meaning to some people. Engineer X is one and will be celebrating all things Dadacious, so he can't make it. Also, J Mascis is playing and while I have a full shoot day, yes even on a Sunday, I am going to do my best to make this show.
TicketsSun., Jun. 25, 7:30pm
Wednesday 13, Once Human, Gabriel & the Apocalypse
TicketsSun., Jun. 25, 8:00pm
TicketsSun., Jun. 25, 8:30pm
Queen & Adam Lambert
TicketsMon., Jun. 26, 8:00pm
Inanimate Existence, Reaping Asmodeia, Cyborg Octopus
TicketsWed., Jun. 28, 6:00pm
So, we put together this great pre-taped show that is heavy on the music, since we won't be live to carry on idiotically as we usually do.
It's a lot of familiar names and a few new ones. We are going to lay off the new Fall record this weekend to do something else slightly conceptual in hour two.
As many of you Fanatics know, Ty Segall released a 12" EP of T. Rex covers last year. It's not all that easy to get a hold of one, so I thought we should play side one this week and side two next week, so we can get all six tracks checked out. Ty released a 7" of two more T. Rex tracks this year for Record Store Day and that one's much easier to find. If you look around on the internets, you can find a download of last year's 12". The tracks sound really cool, so I think they fit in perfectly. We finish that particular block with two more T. Rex covers by Eater and Sort Sol.
I think we have a great show for you whenever you get around to listening. I know that many of you check out the show on archive, so hopefully, you will make some time to rock this two hours of jams.
Thanks for listening last week and for the Fanatic who called in and requested Dramarama, hang in there, one of these years, we just might play something by them. Probably not but keep listening anyway and STAY FANATIC!!!
See Henry's tracklist below
01. Public Image Ltd. - Low Life / First Issue
02. Killing Joke - Change / Killing Joke
03. The Mark of Cain - Walk Away / Ill At Ease
04. The Adverts - Bored Teenagers (single) / Singles
05. Broken Water - Peripheral Star / Peripheral Star
06. Sam & Dave Hold On! - I'm Comin' / Stax/Volt Singles: 1959-1968
07. Heavy Blanket - Galloping Toward The Unknown / Heavy Blanket
08. Blue Cheer - Summertime Blues / Vincebus Eruptum
09. Track 01 - Ravi Padmanabha & Lathan Hardy / Long Island City Session
10. The Middle Class - Situations / A Blueprint For Joy 1978-1980
11. Betty Davis - Don't Call Her No Tramp / They Say I'm Different
12. Dr. Alimantado - Mash It Up / If Deejay Was Your Trade
13. Joy Division - Interzone / Unknown Pleasures
14. Konono Nº1 - Kule Kule Reprise / Congotronics
15. Just Measurers - Dinner Party / Flagellation
01. Raymond Scott - And The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon / The Secret 7: "The Unexpected"
02. The Truth - System Thinking / Synthetic Romance
03. Cobalt - Drink Me / Little Darla Has A Treat For You Volume 2
04. The Shadow Ring - Tuna In Brine / Patchouli and Echoes
05. Valet - Burmajuama / Blood Is Clean
06. Doctor Mix And The Remix - No Fun / single (A side mix)
07. Ty Segall - Fist Heart Mighty Dawn Dart / Ty Rex I
08. Ty Segall - Buick Mackane / Ty Rex I
09. Ty Segall - The Slider / Ty Rex I
10. Eater - Jeepster / Album, Singles +
11. Sort Sol - Children Of The Revolution / The Violent Bear It Away
12. Sein Sah Thin - Really Strange And Weird Things / Princess Nicotine
13. Cramps - New Kind of Kick / Gravest Hits
14. Flin Flon - Levis / 2003 Teenbeat
15. Peter Laughner - Ain't It Fun / Take The Guitar Player For A Ride
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