[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.]


Fanatic! We have a great show for you here.

Hopefully, you will find this to be perfect warm-weather listening. I have listened top to bottom twice and it’s working for me.

Next week, we will have a song by a new project Mike Patton has called Dead Cross. We have been cut loose on one song. It has some language issues, as far as FCC rules, so Engineer X had to remove parts of it. So, if “Grave Slave” sounds like part song/part sashimi, that’s why. He just sent it to me. I’m almost afraid to listen to it but I would rather play the hacked-up version than not play it for you at all. I think we are in a post-FCC world, with podcasts and other means of getting music. Terrestrial radio is somewhat limited, but we carry on nonetheless.

I am just now getting to my Record Store Day releases. I am finishing off The Stooges' Heavy Liquid 2-LP set. It’s mostly stuff you have heard before, but there are a couple of things that I am not aware of turning up on other releases. So many of these tracks have been flogged so many times, I don’t see the point, but I guess there’s always someone like me who will keep showing up.

I hope you got a chance to check out the RSD record that Larry Hardy of In the Red Records and I put out, the Pure Hell 1975 acetate. Both tracks unreleased, only one copy of the source. Now, THAT’S a Record Store Day release, Fanatic. I think there are some left at Midheaven.

So far, we have not been canned, so I am guessing that we will be back with you next week! Until then, fire up the stereo and STAY FANATIC!!!

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Hour 1
01. Levitations – Mallorca / Typical Girls
02. Lemmy & the WM3 Alliance Band – Thirsty & Miserable / Rise Above
03. Vibrant Thigh – Walking Away / Unzipping the Abstract
04. CFM – The Set Up / Dichotomy Desaturated
05. The Warmers – Totally Free / Wanted: More
06. Rites of Spring – Deeper Than Inside / End on End
07. Summer Flake – Number One / Time Rolls By
08. Antelope – Flower / Reflector
06. Chain & The Gang – What Is a Dollar? / Best of Crime Rock
07. The Scientists – You Only Live Twice / Absolute
08. Mark Robinson – Full-Length Taffeta Gown / Tiger Banana
09. Birthday Party – Sonny's Burning / Bad Seed EP
10. New York Dolls – Looking for a Kiss / New York Dolls
11. Palms – A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again / Stepbrothers
12. Dog Chocolate – I Don't Know / Snack Fans
13. Zig Zags – Voices of the Paranoid / Zig Zags

Hour 2
01. Frederick Michael St. Jude – Babe, Ya Let My Hand Go / Almost Lost
02. David Bowie – No Plan / No Plan EP
03. The Enzymes – Speedwash / (Live @ Madam's Organ 06-12-79)
04. Ty Segall – Connection Man / Manipulator
05. Damaged Bug – Liquid Desert / Bunker Funk
06. Lightnin’ Hopkins – Mojo Hand / Mojo Hand
07. Slim – It's in the Mix / 12”
08. Empire – Him or Me / Expensive Sound
09. The UK Subs – Party in Paris / Punk Singles Collection
10. The Ruts – Demolition Dancing / Grin and Bear It
11. The Vibrators – Whips & Furs / Pure Mania
12. The Lurkers – New Guitar in Town / single
13. The Fall – Garden / Perverted by Language

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