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Spinitron - KDHX: Rocket 88 Tue Feb 8th 2011

88.1 KDHX Saint Louis

Independent Music Plays Here

Rocket 88 (Music)

Tue Feb 8th 2011 7.00am–10.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central

7:00am

Lifeguards “Paradise Is Not So Bad”
from Waving at the Astronauts (Guided By Voices 2011) N  —Another Robert Pollard joint, available for download or corporeal purchase starting Feb. 15. And Bob, if you're reading this, feel free to use "Corporeal Purchase" as a song title.

7:04am

Birds & Batteries “A Million People”
from Panorama (Velvet Blue Music / Spune 2010) N

7:08am

U2 “Lemon”
from Zooropa (Island 1993)

7:17am

Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin “Stuart Gets Lost Dans Le Metro”
from Let It Sway MP3/file Album (Polyvinyl 2010) —At the Firebird tonight.

7:20am

Tokyo Police Club “Your Favorite Color”
from Champ CD Album (Mom + Pop 2010) —Also at the Firebird tonight.

7:22am

Interpol “Narc”
from Antics (Matador 2004) —Following Tokyo Police Club around the country (and I can't say I blame them), Interpol hits the Pageant on Friday.

7:26am

The Duke Spirit “Everybody's Under Your Spell”
from Kusama EP (Shangri La 2010) N

7:31am

Stevie Wonder “Too High”
from Innervisions (Motown 1973)

7:36am

Cee-Lo Green “Bodies”
from The Lady Killer (Ekektra 2010) N

7:40am

Fitz & the Tantrums “Winds of Change”
from Pickin' Up the Pieces (Dangerbird www.dangerbirdrecords.com 2010) —Playing on Saturday at Vintage Vinyl and then the Duck Room.

7:46am

Jimi Hendrix “Fire”
from Are You Experienced? (MCA 1967)

7:49am

Kings of Leon “Mary”
from Come Around Sundown (RCA Records Label 2010) N  —Setting the benchmark for most-difficult-to-remember-album-titles-in-a-row

7:55am

Languid “Morpheus in Palestrina”
from 55 Clicks (Angstrom 2001) L

8:00am

Destroyer “Suicide Demo for Kara Walker”
from Kaputt (Merge www.mergerecords.com 2011) N  —Dan Bejar's voice and attitude still bug me somewhat, but damned if I don't love the SOUND of this new album. James Christopher Monger (allmusic.com) says it all for me with the phrase "producing the soundtrack for a discotheque with a capacity of one"

8:09am

Fujiya & Miyagi “Taiwanese Boots”
from Ventriloquizzing (Full Time Hobby 2011) N  —What th' hell?! How'd these guys get on Yep Roc?! Most of their fans are probably nowhere NEAR retirement age!

8:11am

The Bishops “Coming in Color”
from Farewell to Reason (Grinder 1991) L

8:20am

First Aid Kit “Hard Believer”
from The Big Black and Blue (Wichita 2010)

8:23am

The Decemberists “January Hymn”
from The King Is Dead (Capitol Records 2011) N  —First I find myself liking the new Destroyer, and now this. Who am I and what have I done with me?!

8:16am

T. Rex “Jeepster”
from Electric Warrior (Rhino Records 1971)

8:28am

Lions of Hazelwood “Take up Your Serpents”
from Lions of Hazelwood ((self) 2010) N L

8:32am

Beastie Boys “Futterman's Rule”
from Ill Communication (Grand Royal/Capitol 1994) —Ellen Futterman rules!

8:35am

Bad Brains “She's Calling You”
from I Against I (SST 1986) —On which Dr. Know sounds a lot like Eddie Van Halen...and after which the band's Lead Singer Problem soon began. Coincidence?

8:38am

Vanity Theft “Trainwreck”
from Get What You Came for (Vigilante Music 2011) N  —Playing Cicero's March 2!

8:44am

Dobie Gray “You Can Do It”
from Midnight Diamond (Infinity 1979) —This is also on Dobie's compilation on Hip-O.

8:48am

OMD “Pulse”
from History of Modern (Blue Noise Limited 2010) N  —And this is some almost embarrassingly sexy sh*t.

8:51am

Deluka “Waves”
from You Are the Night (Vel Records 2010) N

9:00am

Sick of Sarah “Kiss Me”
from 2205 (Adamant Records 2011) N  —Playing Cicero's March 9. Woulda made a perfect double-bill with Vanity Theft a week earlier, but it's also great that each band gets to headline...

9:03am

Blood Red Shoes “Colours Fade”
from Fire Like This (V2 2010) N

9:12am

Magic Kids “Good to Be”
from Memphis (True Panther Sounds 2010)

9:20am

Manfred Mann “5-4-3-2-1”
from The Best of Manfred Mann (EMI 1964)

9:22am

Diane Birch and the Phenomenal Handclap Band “This Corrosion”
from The Velveteen Age (S-Curve 2011) N  —Aww, I think it's cute!!

9:32am

That Petrol Emotion “Big Decision”
from Babble (Polygram 1987)

9:35am

The Rolling Stones “She Was Hot”
from Undercover (Rolling Stones Virgin 1983)

9:40am

Elmore James “Tool Bag Boogie”
from Whose Muddy Shoes (Chess 1991)

9:43am

Led Zeppelin “Fool In the Rain”
from In Through The Out Door (Swan Song 1979)

9:49am

Kings of Convenience “I Don't Know What I Can Save You From”
from Quiet Is the New Loud (Astralwerks 2003)

9:54am

Neil Diamond “Hallelujah”
from Dreams (Sony 2010) N  —I don't really care for music, do I?


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