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Fanatics! Tonight's Show is Packed With Boss Tunes

Fanatics! Tonight's Show is Packed With Boss Tunes

RADIO BROADCAST #274
06 - 29 - 14

Fanatics! We have a tremendous show for you tonight. I am writing you from a van in front of a shoot I have to go in and do only a few minutes from now. Crazy schedule I am dealing with here, so this will have to be brief.

I can't help it, I am loving this show. I have played it through and it is rockin me big time. A great way to start with Pontiak. What a band!

We are happening with the high volume of music and low amount of talking, so tonight's show is packed with boss tunes.

Some familiar, some not. I am damn sorry I don't have time to write more about what we have on for you tonight. I was thinking warm weather when I put all the songs together. For some of you fantastic Australians or New Zealanders listening in, your weather is cooling off, so hang in there the best you can.

Look at all these songs! It's a damn cornucopia!

Much later: Shoot done. Now in a van speeding to NYC.

I just noticed that we have gone for another big DC music jag. I think it was last week or the week before that we did that and we got some nice letters. It's not on purpose that we find all this DC area music with us again, it just kinda happened. I think it may be to do with that I associate so much DC music with hot weather.

I am glad I was afforded some extra time. If ya wanna, you can check out a track from the new J Mascis solo album Tied To a Star. Go to jmascis.com and you can check out the song "Every Morning." You know me, Fanatic. I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS ALBUM. I advanced ordered my vinyl at Sub Pop. 8/25/14 release.

I am without internet and a couple of hours out of NYC. I will send this from the city. I hope they saved some pizza for me.

Find a slice and STAY FANATIC!!!
- - Henry

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HOUR 1
01. Pontiak - Ghosts / Innocence

02. Jimi Hendrix - Radio One / BBC Sessions

03. Wire - Ex-Lion Tamer / Pink Flag

04. Eddie Cochran - Nervous Breakdown / Best Of

05. The Fall - Bourgeois Town / Are You Are Missing Winner

06. Iggy Pop - New Values / New Values

07. The Melvins - Bitten Into Sympathy / Glooey Porch Treatments

08. Velvet Underground - Lady Godiva's Operation (mono) / White Light/White Heat

09. Roxy Music - Editions of You / For Your Pleasure

10. Little Richard - Good Golly, Miss Molly (fast version) / Specialty Records Years

11. Rodriguez - I Wonder / Cold Fact

12. Blondie - Detroit 442 / Plastic Letters

13. Koes Bersaurdara - Poor Clown / Koes Bersaurdara 1967

14. Eric Dolphy - Hat And Beard / Out To Lunch

15. Jack Name - Trans America / Light Show

16. Monty Python - Alistair Cook Attacked By A Duck / Previous Record

17. Scott Walker - Cossacks Are / The Drift

18. The Misfits - Cough Cool (single version) / Box Set

HOUR 2
01. The Birthday Party - Release the Bats / single (also on Junkyard CD)

02. Juicy, Juicy - Sergio / Never Kept a Diary

03. Dum Dum Dum - Dum Dum Dum / Messthetics #08

04. Henry Thomas - Railroadin' Some / Ragtime Texas

05. Amanaz - History / Africa

06. Containe - Big Blue Car / I Want It All

07. Q & Not U - Book Of Flags / Power

08. Rites of Spring - Drink Deep / End on End

09. Tel Aviv - We Got The Computers / The Shape of Fiction

10. Holland - Soft-Core War / 2004 Teenbeat Sampler

11. Soccer Team - So You Like It Vague, Huh? / "Volunteered" Civility & Professionalism

12. The Aquarium - Through The Tunnel / Aquarium

13. Unrest - Winona Ryder (Xy version) / B.P.M. (1991 - 1994)

14. Thee Oh Sees - What the Driven Drive / Sucks Blood

15. Beasts of Bourbon - Drop Out / The Axeman's Jazz

16. Dara Puspita - Rantiku / 1966-1968

17. White Mystery - Smoke / Blood & Venom

18. Buzzcocks - Are Everything / Singles Going Steady

19. Ty Segall - Bulletproof Nothing / Singles 2007 - 2010

20. Brian Eno - Needles In The Camel's Eye / Here Come the Warm Jets