November 8, 2016

Rock show without any special plans – just listening to music with Carl on Gulls Window Circus and enjoying some great track. Check & Chong’s 1974 novelty song, Mike Rep And The Quota’s Roxy Music cover, and The Laughing Dogs should be heard!

Listen to this show – Part Two appears further down the page

Artist Song Release Label
Human Switchboard Refrigerator Door Who’s Landing In My Hangar? Anthology (1977-1984) Bar/None Records
Eater Sweet Jane All Of Eater Creativeman
Model Citizens Animal Instincts The Great New York Singles Danceteria
Malaria Your Turn to Run Compiled Moabit Musik
Wildest Dreams Bosh Wildest Dreams Smalltown Supersound
Cheech & Chong Earache My Eye featuring Alice Bowie Earache My Eye Ode Records
Giorgio Murderer Night Law Holographic Vietnam War Alien Snatch
Thee Headcoats I Wouldn’t Want to be You the messerschmitt pilot’s severed hand Damaged Goods
Devo Mongoloid Live At Mabuhay Gardens San Francisco 1977 Broadcasting Radio Records
Cherrystones Dirty Washing Red Nails Brutal Music
Mike Rep And The Quotas Editions Of You Hellbender Hozac Records
La Peste Whites of Your Eyes Better Off Dead Rave Up Records
Epicycle High School Junkie You’re Not Gonna Get It: 1978-81 Hozac Records
Savoy Motel Sorry People Savoy Motel What’s Your Rupture

Artist Song Release Label
Savoy Motel Sorry People Savoy Motel What’s Your Rupture
The Homosexuals Prestel Astral Glamour Messthetics
Electric Eels Accident Accident Hozac Records
Wild Billy Childish & CTMF By The Way Of Love and Hate SQ 1 Damaged Goods
Nots tv od Cold Line Goner
Helen Love First Girl from Wales in New York Smash Hits Alcopop!
Manitoba’s Wild Kingdom Haircut and Attitude …and You? MCA
Dictators NYC Supply And Demand Supply And Demand Otis Recordings
The John Collins Band The Man in Me Max’s Kansas City 1976 ROIR
Sneakers Ruby Racket East Side Digital
The Laughing Dogs I Need a Million Live At CBGB’s Atlantic
MC5 Call Me Animal Back in the USA Atlantic
Come on Don’t Walk On the Kitchen Floor The Come On Story Heliocentric
Fashion Big John/Hanoi annoys Me/We are Innocents Product Perfect Fashion Music
Shopping Straight Lines Straight Lines FatCat

2 thoughts on “#260

  1. Frank S

    Fashion . I have always loved this triplet . Very obscure band . 1st LP is great . After that horrible . Saw them in NYC opening for The Police . They(Fashion) were great . Remember singer was really tall strange looking guy . Like Big John . P.S. – What is Citinite anyway ?


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