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Ready Steady Go

November 11, 2009

The title of the post today is from a track brought to you by Generation X in the late 70’s on their self-titled album. I decided to play some old punk early in the show and peppered later on due to an exhibit I just saw at the MoMA called “Looking at Music: Side 2”. Here’s an article about it if you want to check it out: Bob Gruen’s Journey to MoMA.
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Listen in tonight on KRUI 89.7 fm from 8 to 10 pm. You can listen in online here.

Here’s some of the set:

1. Generation X, Generation X (1978), Ready Steady Go
2. Frumpies, Frumpie One-Piece (God I love this title), Duvet Ta
This is a CD collection which assembled all of the band’s previous singles, created around 1996.
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3. Half Japanese, Half Japanese Greatest Hits (1995), Put Some Sugar On It
4. The Clash, The Clash (1977), Garageland
5. Dead Boys, We Have Come for Your Children (1978), I Don’t Wanna Be No Catholic Boy
6. Radio Birdman, The Essential Radio Birdman (1974-1978), Do the Pop
7. Patti Smith, Horses (2005, album originally came out in 1975), Redondo Beach
8. Thurston Moore, Psychic Hearts (1995), Patti Smith Math Scratch
9. Belly, Star (1993), Angel
10. Slant 6, Soda Pop * Rip Off (1994 on Dischord Records), Blue Angel
11. Film School, Film School (2006), Eleven-Eleven
12. The Dandy Warhols, Thirteen Tales From Urban Bohemia (2000), The Gospel
(I’m sorry but this album is POP brilliance, I don’t care what you say.)
13. The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Tepid Peppermint Wonderland: A Retrospective, If Love Is The Drug
This was a compilation put out by these guys in 2004 spanning their entire career except for the album Strung Out in Heaven.
14. Built To Spill, Time Trap Sampler (1994-2006), The Plan
15. Aveo, Battery (2004), Haley
16. Chapterhouse, Sunburst-EP (1990), Rain
17. Slowdive, Morningrise-EP (1991), Losing Today
18. Stella Luna, Stargazer-EP (2002), Stargazer
19. New Order, Power Corruption & Lies (1983), Age of Consent
20. My Bloody Valentine, Tremolo-EP (1991), Honey Power
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21. Fleeting Joys, Despondent Transponder (2006), Go and Come Back
22. Pinback, Some Voices-EP (2002), June
23. PJ Harvey & John Parish, A Woman A Man Walked By (2009), Black Hearted Love
24. Unwound, New Plastic Ideas (1993), Hexenzsense
25. Guided By Voices, Isolation Drills (2001), The Enemy
26. Morrissey, Bona Drag (compilation album released in 1990), The Last of the Famous International Playboys
Morrissey recently walked off a stage in Liverpool Echo Arena after being hit in the head with a drink. So this track goes out to you Morrissey, I want to know what dumb ass would throw a drink at you? You can read more about it here.
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“All this and more…”

July 29, 2009

The dead boys sang that off of Young, Loud, and Snotty. I’m on between 8pm and midnight tonight, I’m filling in for Standing on the Verge. I’m going to bring you some awesome 70s and 80s punk, along with some new wave and the usual 90s alternative. Its going to be fun…
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The Set:
1. New Order, Power Corruption and Lies, Your silent face
2. Ride, Fall, Dreams Burn Down
3. Polvo, CorCrane Secret, can i ride
4. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, plastic fang, Down in the Beast
5. The Stone Roses, Second Coming, Love Spreads
6. Dinosaur Jr, Farm, Imagination Blind
7. Grant Lee Buffalo, Mighty Joe Moon, Sing Along
8. PJ Harvey & John Parish, A woman a man walked by, Sixteen, Fifteen, Fourteen ( A new album from PJ!)
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9. Tom Waits, Orphans, Fish in the jailhouse
10. Meat Puppets, Sewn Together, Sewn Together
11. Archers of Loaf, White Trash Heroes, White Trash Heroes
12. Superchunk, Here’s where the strings come in, Silver leaf and snowy tears
13. The Breeders, Pod, Happiness is a Warm Gun
14. Frank Black, Frank Black, I heard Ramona Sing
15. Sonic Youth, The Eternal, antiorgasm
16. Q and not U, Power, Beautiful Beats
17. Sonic Youth, The Eternal, Anti-orgasm
18. Melvins, Nude with Boots, Suicide in progress
19. Guided by Voices, Matador at 15, My kind of soldier
20. The Brian Jonestown Massacre, We are the radio, God is m Girlfriend
21. The Cure, the Head on the Door, the baby Screams
22. Catherine Wheel, Ferment, I want to touch you
23. Bauhaus, Kick in the Eye
24. Morphine, Cure for Pain, Like Swimming
25. Husker Du, New Day Rising, New Day Rising (1985)
26. The Vaselines, Enter the Vaselines, You Think You’re a Man (a new box set released by these guys with subpop, and they are TOURING!)
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27. Built to Spill, Perfect from now on, Velvet Waltz (1997)
28. T. Rex, Electric Warrior, Hot Love (1971)
29. Brian Eno, Here come the Warm Jets, Needle’s in the camels eye (1974)
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30. New York Dolls, New York Dolls, Trash (1973)
31. Lou Reed, NYC MAN, White Light/White Heat
32. Talking Heads, houses in motion
33. The Rolling Stones, Sweet Black Angel (I love these guys, and this song).
34. Hello, New York Groove (Out to Mike in NYC!)
35. The Moldy Peaches, The Moldy Peaches (2001), NYC’s like a graveyard (this one is also out to Mike!)
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36. Blondie, Blondie (1976), X Offender
37. Buzzcocks, Singles Going Steady (1979), Everybody’s Happy Nowadays
38. Television, marque moon/adventure/live at the waldorf, little johnny jewel
39. Pere Ubu, Terminal Tower, Final Solution
40. Elvis Costello, My Aim is True, Mystery Dance
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41. Stiff Little Fingers, Inflammable Material, Suspect Device
42. The Clash, The Clash (1977), (White man) in Hammersmith Palais
43. The Bongos, Drums along the Hudson (1982), In the Congo
44. The Replacements, All Shook Down, All Shook Down (1990)
45. Yo La Tengo, Genius + Love= Yo La Tengo, Fog over Frisco
46. Iggy Pop, Raw Power, Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell
47. Joy Division, Unknown Pleasures, New Dawn Fades
48. Dead Boys, Young Loud and Snotty, All this and More
49. X, Wild Gift, We’re Desperate
50. Wire, Chairs Missing, I am the Fly
51. Gang of Four, Entertainment, Return the Gift
52. Slint, Spiderland, Good Morning, captain (This album makes me happy because of this quote along the back “This recording is meant to be listened to on vinyl.”)
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53. Bonnie “Prince” Billy, I see a Darkness (1999), I see a Darkness