Podcast #102, “In Advance Of”

comingupThere are times where I wish I’d just use all of the outtakes to the show, just so you can see how utterly amused I am by myself. It gets a little silly down here in the basement sometimes — there are things I say and do that leave me utterly in stitches. Additionally, I feel Like I should let you know what i listen to as I type up these previews as the podcast encodes. Currently: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers’ Damn the Torpedoes. I’ve not had a copy on vinyl in the decade I’ve been in possession of a decent turntable, and it’s astonishing how much better it sounds than any of the innumerable singles when they’re on the radio.

All ranting aside, we’ve some great music from Slovenly Recordings, amongst others, to say nothing of an interview with Rick Miller of Southern Culture on the Skids about the upcoming three-way split double LP they have with Los Straightjackets and the Fleshtones. It comes out October 1 on Yep Roc, and is entitled Mondo Zombie Boogaloo. You can find tour dates and order the record at Yep Roc’s site.

Podcast #102, “In Advance Of”

The Replacements, “Takin’ A Ride” (Sorry Ma, Forgot to Take Out the Trash)
Heavy Times, “Might Not” (Fix It Alone)
Old 97s, “Jagged” (Fight Songs)
The Front Bottoms, “Au Revoir (Adios)” (Talon of the Hawk)

The Penetrators, “Baby Dontcha Tell Me” (The Kings of Basement Rock)
Diarrhea Planet, “Ugliest Son” (I’m Rich Beyond Your Wildest Dreams)
Bent Shapes, “Brat Poison” (Feels Weird)
Terry Malts, “Well Adjusted” (Nobody Realizes This Is Nowhere)

Interview with Rick Miller of Southern Culture on the Skids

Los Straitjackets featuring The Fleshtones & Southern Culture on the Skids, “Que Monstruos Son” (Mondo Zombie Boogaloo)
The Atom Age, “When You See Me Hurt” (The Atom Age EP)
Wau Y Los Arrrghs!!!, “Rescate Griego” (Todo Roto)
The Stooges, “Fun House” (Fun House)

Big Boys, “TV” (Wreck Collection)
Murphys Law, “What Will the Neighbors Think?” (“What Will the Neighbors Think?” single)
The Humpers, “For Lovers Only” (“Fast, Fucked, and Furious” single)
Psyched to Die, “Permanent Solution” (Sterile Walls)