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Spinitron - KDHX: Train of Thought Fri Aug 24th 2012

Train of Thought (Music)

Fri Aug 24th 2012 3.00am–5.00am

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

Time zone: central


Faith No More “Caffeine”
from Angel Dust (Bonus Track Version) (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1992) —Playing this track because I could use a little spot of caffeine right now.


The Joy Formidable “Wolf's Law”
from Wolf's Law single (Atlantic 2012) N  —Check it out it! http://thejoyformidable.com/wolfslaw/


The Black Angels “Telephone”
from Phosphene Dream (Blue Horizon 2010)


The Flaming Lips “Suddenly Everything Has Changed”
from Soft Bulletin (Warner Bros. 1999) —Closing out Loufest this weekend. I was able to interview Steve Drozd from the band and it will be at kdhx.org sometime in the next day or so here.


Dinosaur Jr. “No Bones”
from BBC In Session (BBC 2000) —And playing Loufest.


White Rabbits “Temporary”
from Milk Famous (TBD e 2012)


Big Sir “Old Blood”
from Before Gardens After Gardens (self 2012) N  —Really nice bass line in this frantic song.


Phantogram “Mouthful Of Diamonds”
from Barsuk Records Summer 2011 (Indica Records 2011) —Also at Loufest...


Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin “Modern Mystery”
from Pershing (Polyvinyl Records 2008) —Anxious to see them this weekend.


The Bird and The Bee “One On One”
from Interpreting the Masters, Vol. 1: (A Tribute to Daryl Hall and John Oates) (Blue Note 2010) —I'm a tool for cover versions anyway, but a whole disc of Hall & Oates with this lady's voice was almost too much.


Zanti Misfits “Holier Than Thou”
from BDR Records Promo Sampler (BDR Records 2010) —Lyrics still relevant today (um, this was recorded in 1981).


Sleepy Kitty “Elder Chels”
from What I Learned This Summer (self 2010) L —Sleepy Kitty opens Loufest. This EP is available for an inexpensive cost to you at sleepykitty.bandcamp.com


Fun. “Be Calm”
from Aim & Ignite (Hassle Records 2009) —This song is infectious, bizarrely reminds me of Queen a bit.


Marvin Gaye “Anger (Alternate Extended Mix)”
from Here, My Dear (Deluxe Edition) (Motown 1978) —I listened to a podcast recently with Louis C.K. where he talked about his divorce and said something like, "If I said half of what I'm telling you I might not be divorced' and it made me put this song in mind.


The Bomb Squad “Find Another Love”
from Sophistafunk (The Bomb Squad 2001)


Liz Phair “Divorce Song”
from Exile In Guyville (Matador 1993)


Tight Pants Syndrome “Dear Former Baby”
from Singles CD Album (Blip Blap! 2008) L —Damn this song is heartbreaking.


Camera Obscura “Tears for Affairs”
from Tears for Affairs - EP (Elefant Records 2007)


Stars “How Much More”
from The Five Ghosts CD Album (Vagrant www.vagrant.com 2010) —New record on Sept 24, show at Plush on Oct 5. Looking forward to it.


Ani DiFranco “You Had Time”
from Out of Range (Righteous Babe 1994) —Nick Hornby wrote about this song in his excellent 'Songbook', an insightful read.


Bob Mould “The Descent”
from Silver Age (Merge www.mergerecords.com 2012) N  —New album next month! Resisting urge to play more from the new Sugar reissues...next week


Willie Nelson “Bloody Mary Morning/Take Me Back To Tulsa (Saturday-Set 2) (Live at the Texas Opry House)”
from Complete Atlantic Sessions (Liberty Records 2006)


Los Lobos “Sleeping On The Sidewalk”
from Killer Queen: A Tribute to Queen (Hollywood www.hollywoodrecords.com 2005) —Closing this show with a great Queen cover. This song, incidentally, was the name of my last pre-Train Of Thought show.

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