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Spinitron - KDHX: Rocket 88 Tue Dec 21st 2010

Rocket 88 (Music)

Tue Dec 21st 2010 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

The Mekons “Having a Party”
from F.U.N. 90 (A&M 1990)

7:05am

Matthew Young “Dummy Line”
from Traveler's Advisory (Drag City www.dragcity.com 2010) N  —Found out after the show that this album dates back to 1986 and is just now being reissued. Mr. Young is an interesting guy: http://www.matthewyoungdesign.com/Music.html

7:09am

Spoon “Written In Reverse”
from Transference CD Album (Merge 2010)

7:15am

Leonard Cohen “First We Take Manhattan”
from I'm Your Man (Columbia Records 1988)

7:21am

Beck “Black Tambourine”
from Guero (Interscope 2005)

7:24am

Lovers “Figure 8”
from Dark Light (Badman Recording Co 2010) N

7:28am

Jukebox the Ghost “Mistletoe”
from Everything Under the Sun (Yep Roc 2010)

7:33am

Belle and Sebastian “I Didn't See It Coming”
from Write About Love (Matador 2010) N

7:38am

Kitchens of Distinction “Smiling”
from The Death of Cool (A&M 1992)

7:42am

Geoff Berner “Wealthy Poet”
from Victory Party (Mint 2011) N  —New "transgressive klezmer" set drops in March!

7:45am

Brett Dennen “The Holidays Are Here (And We're Still At War)”
from The Holidays Are Here (And We're Still At War) - Single (Dualtone Music Group 2006) —Still. Kinda. I guess. Or at least meddling. Or cleaning up. Or something.

7:52am

The Ramones “Palisades Park”
from Brain Drain (sire 1989)

7:54am

Darren Hanlon “Buy Me Presents”
from I Will Love You At All (Yep Roc Records 2010) N

7:57am

Kelley Stoltz “Baby I Got News for You”
from To Dreamers (Sub Pop 2010) N

8:02am

The Beach Boys “Long Promised Road”
from Surf's Up (Reprise/Brother 1971) —Carl Wilson's first recorded composition. Today would've been his 64th birthday.

8:05am

Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band “Harry Irene”
from Shiny Beast (Bat Chain Puller) (Retro 1979) —R.I.P. Don van Vliet. It was great. It was weird.

8:09am

Zola Jesus “Sea Talk”
from Stridulum II (Souterain Transmissions (UK) 2010) N

8:16am

The English Beat “Tears of a Clown”
from Just Can't Stop It (Rhino/London-Sire 2004) —John Wayne Gacy arrested: 12/21/1978

8:19am

The Goodtime Engineers “Gimme Your Love”
from Patience of the Saints (The Goodtime Engineers 2010) N  —Kickin' it out on New Year's Eve at the St. Clair Bowling Alley in St. Clair, MO (NOT to be confused with St. Clair Lanes in St. Clair County, IL!!!)

8:23am

Tegan and Sara “Northshore”
from Sainthood (Vapor/Sire 2009)

8:25am

Janelle Monáe “Faster”
from The ArchAndroid (Wondaland/Bad Boy 2010)

8:30am

The Elves of Heaven “This Christmas” (Seaport Music 2010) N

8:34am

OMD “If You Want It”
from History of Modern (Blue Noise Limited 2010) N  —Nice comeback! They try some new twists (successfully) as well as gettin' all Weekend at Bernie's with John Hughes.

8:38am

Luscious Jackson “Deep Shag”
from Natural Ingredients (CAPITOL 1994) —Happy 45th to Gabby Glaser!

8:42am

Flesh for Lulu “I Go Crazy”
from Long Live the New Flesh (Capitol Records 1987) —Speaking of John Hughes!

8:47am

Cheap Trick “I Can't Take It”
from Next Position Please (Epic 1983)

8:50am

David Dondero “Just a Baby in Your Momma's Eyes”
from #Zero With a Bullet (Team Love 2010) N

8:54am

Ben Folds and Nick Hornby “Picture Window”
from Lonely Avenue (Nonesuch www.nonesuch.com 2010) N  —All right! Finally, a sadder New Years Eve song than Scrawl's "11:59!"

9:00am

Stevie Wonder “Someday At Christmas” Single (Motown 1967)

9:03am

Jens Lekman “The End of the World Is Bigger Than Love”
from Single (Secretly Canadian 2011) N

9:07am

Martha and the Vandellas “(We've Got) Honey Love”
from Ridin' High (Motown 1968) —The group officially disbanded 39 years ago today.

9:12am

Wilco “Box Full of Letters”
from A.M. (Reprise Records 1995) L

9:16am

The Autumn Defense “Don't Know”
from Once Around (Yep Roc Records 2010) N  —It's so simple, yet maybe the saddest line in any song released this year: "I won't know where you are anymore." Doesn't hurt that it's a gorgeous melody either.

9:21am

Sarah Jaffe “Watch Me Fall Apart”
from Suburban Nature ((RED) Kirtland Records 2009)

9:27am

Jimmy Smith “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen”
from Christmas Cookin' (Verve 1992) —I misspoke on the air: This was released at PRECISELY the right time to soundtrack a gloriously f**ked-up Christmas party at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce!

9:31am

R.E.M. “Discoverer”
from Collapse into Now (Warner Bros. 2011) N  —Comes out March 8. Available evidence suggests the comeback is continuing.

9:34am

He Said “A.B.C. Dicks Love”
from Take + Care (Enigma 1989) —VERY much a Wire Mk. II side project, courtesy Lugubrious Lewis.

9:40am

Acrylics “Nightwatch”
from Lives and Treasure (Hot Sand 2011) N

9:46am

Bob Dylan “Forever Young”
from Planet Waves (Columbia 1974)

9:51am

Allo Darlin' “Dreaming”
from Allo Darlin' (Fortuna Pop! 2010) N

9:55am

Various Artists “Christmas Wrapping”
from The Best of the Waitresses (Universal Motown Records Group. 1990) —Happy holidays, everyone! Next week (12/28): The "Best of 2010" show.


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.