Fanatics! Tonight's show is so good, I can barely stand it. We start off our show with some brand new Melvins. My favorite track on the record so far.

We get slightly conceptual early on with an entire chunk of music all from the outstanding re-issue label Superior Viaduct. Like I promised you last week, we are throwing a little spotlight on the label. Re-issuing Brigitte Fontaine?! Wow! Superior Viaduct is taking some great chances with releases like this. It's what a label such as this should do –not always do the obvious or easy thing, but do the good and the right thing. Get yourself some info on this label!

We finish our first hour rockin' out in great style. When I was a young man, I bought the Live Bootleg album by Aerosmith. I don't know how many people showed up for that one, but I dug it. The track I liked best was the one we are playing tonight. Apparently, it was pulled from a WBCN FM simulcast done in April of 1973. The band is happening. They were my first arena band experience. It's great hearing this track again.

In our second hour, we space out at the top. I think you're going to dig this, Fanatic.

Hank Williams into 999, it must be the Big Three on KCRW! Eclectique, non?

I thought we should take it out on a high note, so we stomp on it all the way to the end and let Mr. Hendrix take us out as well as he started us out in this hour. We will jam as much of the Jimi track as we can until Mr. Wilcox comes in and takes control.

Let's see . . . next week, I am predicting some Walter Wegmüller, Guru Guru, Neu!–yes, Fanatic, 'tis the season. I am already working on the show, so I have time to make adjustments for new arrivals. We try to keep it happening on our end. You're always worth it.

Keep your ears open and STAY FANATIC!!! 

— Henry

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Hour 1

01. Melvins – Doctor Mule / Tres Cabrones

02. Lost Sounds – I Get Nervous / Lost Sounds

03. Idjah Hadidjah – Bayu Bayu / Tonggeret

04. The Danger Men – Burnout / The Dark Place

05. Glaxo Babies – Because Of You / Put Me On the Guest List

06. Brigitte Fontaine & Areski Belkacem – Je Suis Venu Te Voir / Vous Et Nous

07. Negative Trend – Black and Red / Negative Trend EP

08. Devo – The Rope Song / Hardcore Devo Vol. 2

09. Iggy Pop & James Williamson – Kill City / Kill City

10. The Rolling Stones – Respectable / Some Girls

11. Hanoi Rocks – Taxi Driver / All Those Wasted Years – Live At The Marquee

12. Aerosmith – I Ain't Got You / Live Bootleg

13. The Minutemen – More Joy / Joy

Hour 2

01. The Jimi Hendrix Experience – Exp / Axis (stereo)

02. Sun Ra – We Travel The Spaceways / We Travel the Spaceways

03. Metalux – That Cone / Victim of Space

04. Vlubä – In (Tangerine Tree) / 7op

05. Nik Turner – We Ride The Timewinds / Space Gypsy

06. Hank Williams – I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive / Complete Hank Williams

07. 999 – I'm Alive / Singles

08. Heart – Barracuda / The Essential Heart

09. Einstürzende Neubauten – Neun Arme / Zeichnungen des Patienten O.T.

10. Die Cheerleader – Remember Zelda / Son of Filth

11. Curtis Mayfield – Wild & Free / Curtis

12. Thin Lizzy – We Will Be Strong / Chinatown

13. Black Sabbath – Never Say Die! / Never Say Die!

14. Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Chile (Slight Return) / Live At Woodstock

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