Fanatics! Our Show Is Back to Normal — Wait, Our Show Is Never "Normal"
[Every Sunday from 8 to 10 p.m., Henry Rollins brings an exclusive mix of songs old and new to listeners at 89.9 FM, KCRW. Visit KCRW.com for more information and to stream his show online, or peruse the Radio Notes archives to see past playlists.]
RADIO BROADCAST #422
Fanatic! Kind of strange not having a guest after two in a row. We are now somewhat back to “normal."
A great show. After a few drafts, I finalized the order and listened down to both hours and I really liked it.
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
You will see that we have new David Bowie, from the No Plan EP. The songs are great and we will be playing all of them.
Next week, we will be starting in on some great music by FM St. Jude, otherwise known as our good pal and sonic ally, Fred. We have listened to him a lot over the years, ever since we heard Here Am I and of course Gang War. There is a limited release of some songs that almost got lost forever, appropriately titled Almost Lost. It’s great stuff and we will be rocking all those tracks in the weeks coming up. A crazy story behind the tracks that is included in packaging. Here’s your info.
Iggy Pop is awarded the Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters medal.
I hope you had a good Record Store Day. Larry at In the Red and I were relieved to see our Pure Hell release go out into the world. Hopefully, they all found good homes. I am so happy about the way the record turned out. We are trying to come up with something as cool for next year.
We hope you the show. Until next week, great listening and STAY FANATIC!!!
01. Sonic's Rendezvous Band - Electrophonic Tonic / Too Much Crank
02. Sickidz - No Reason to Complain / No Reason to Complain
03. Jungle Nausea – Sympathy / Untitled
04. Juanita Y Los Feos – Vallecas / Typical Girls Vol. 2
05. Pan Ron - Why Follow Me / Cambodian Rocks IV
06. Dinosaur Jr. - Out There / Where You Been
07. The Birthday Party - Kiss Me Black / Junkyard
08. UK Subs - You Don't Belong / Diminished Responsibility
09. Terakaft – Talikoba / Aratan N Azawad
10. Buzzcocks - Real World / Love Bites
11. The Adverts - My Place / Cast of Thousands
12. Wire - French Film Blurred / Chairs Missing
13. Iggy Pop - Mass Production / The Idiot
01. David Bowie - Killing a Little Time (F bomb @ 1:00) / No Plan EP
02. The Gun Club - St. John's Divine / Pastoral Hide and Seek
03. Kid Congo & the Pink Monkey Birds - Goldin Browne / Gorilla Rose
04. David Lynch - Say It / The Big Dream
05. Julee Cruise - This Is Our Night / The Voice of Love
06. Suicide - Power au Go-Go / American Supreme
07. Rob - Your Kiss Stole Me Away / Funky Rob Way
08. Serge Gainsbourg - Premiers Symptômes / L' Homme A Tete de Chou
09. Deadboy and the Elephantmen - Stop, I'm Already Dead / We Are Night Sky
10. The Young Prisms - Midnight's When / In Between
11. Le Butcherettes - The Actress That Ate Rousseau / Sin Sin Sin
12. Height / Dismay - Girl From Ipanema / Terrace Industry : M Squared Box 1980 – 1983
13. The Ruts - The Crack / Punk Singles Collection
More from the mind of Henry Rollins:
White America Couldn't Handle What Black America Deals With Every Day
Bowie's Blackstar Is on the Level of Low and Heroes
No Matter Who Wins, America Is Only Going to Get Angrier
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