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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed Jan 9th 2013

Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed Jan 9th 2013 10.00am–12.00pm

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

Time zone: central


Jonathan Richman “I Can Hear Her Fighting With Herself”
from I'm So Confused (Vapor 1998)


Ohio Express “1,2,3, Red Light”
from Yummy Yummy Yummy: The Best Of (Buddha 2001)


The Bad Plus “Never Stop” (emarcy 2010) —Today's music bed. The Bad Plus will be at Jazz at The Bistro next Week, Weds-Sat.


The Nazz “Letters Don't Count”
from Open Our Eyes: The Anthology (Castle Music 2002) —1969.


Iggy Pop “Some Weird Sin”
from Lust for Life (Virgin 1977)


Elliott Smith “Bottle Up and Explode!”
from XO (DreamWorks 1998)


The LoneTones “Non-Stick Girls”
from Modern Victims (Little Thing Records 2012) N  —Fun fact: the singer of this Knoxville band, Stephe Gunnoe, and the late Elliott Smith both roamed the streets of Olympia, WA at the same time.


Buck Owens “Tall Dark Stranger”
from The Very Best Of Buck Owens, Vol. 1 (Rhino 1994)


Public Image Ltd. “Deeper Water”
from This Is PiL (PiL Official 2012) N  —I thought these 2 songs came together well, Buck Owens and Johnny Rotten together at last. I also picked this as my song of the year for 2012, amongst many, you can see the full list at: http://kdhx.org/music/news/best-of-2012-881-kdhx-djs-songs-of-the-ye


RICK JAMES “Give It To Me Baby”
from Rick James Anthology (Universal 2002) —Keep that heavy bass from PiL going, but put it in my pants where it belongs for this one.


Chica Libre “Muchachita Del Oriente”
from Canibalismo (Barbes Records 2012) N


Redhead “We Ran And We Ran”
from Bubblepop: 20 UK Pop Oddities (RPM Records 2005) —1973.


T. Rex “Thunderwing”
from The Slider [Deluxe Edition] (Rhino 2002) —1972.


Anton Barbeau “Egg Hating Lady”
from Plastic - EP (Gold Filling Records 2009)


Sloan “If I Could Change Your Mind”
from Parallel Play (Yep Roc 2008) —Don't play 4 song sets too often, but I gotta say this is a good one.


Firedog “Hellbender”
from May These Changes (Love-O-Rama 2012) N L —We just played the Local Artist Spotlight and it was Firedog, so I'm adding this one in.


Seu Jorge & Almaz “Rock With You”
from Seu Jorge e Almaz (EMI Brazil 2010) —And we gonna ride the boogie. Discovered this when I subbed for Andrea a couple weeks ago on Radio Rio. Seu Jorge is the guy who sings David Bowie covers in the Wes Anderson film: THE LIFE AQUATIC.


Tim Maia “O Caminho do Bem”
from World Psychedelic Classics 4: Nobody Can Live Forever - The Existential Soul of Tim Maia (Luaka Bop unk 2012) N  —Speaking of great Brazilian stuff in the KDHX library.


Deep Time “Clouds”
from Deep Time (Hardly Art 2012) N


Fergus & Geronimo “Spies”
from Funky Was The State Of Affairs (Hardly Art 2012) N  —Two nice releases from last year on the Hardly Art label.


Redd Kross “Meet Frankenstein”
from Researching the Blues (Merge 2012) N


Lee Ranaldo “Angles”
from Between The Times & The Tides (Matador / Hostess 2012) N


Mission of Burma “Semi-Pseudo-Sort-of Plan”
from Unsound (Fire Records 2012) N  —2 of my favorite records from last year.


Guided By Voices “She Lives in an Airport”
from The Bears For Lunch (Guided By Voices Inc. 2012) N


The Evens “Sooner or Later”
from The Odds (Dischord Records 2012) N  —Fun Fact: The last song was 2:44 and this one is 4:22.


The Shangri-Las “Never Again”
from Myrmidons Of Melodrama (RPM 1995) —And now one that is 2:22. All by chance I swear.


Clinic “King Kong”
from Free Reign (Domino 2013) N


Cheap Trick “He's A Whore”
from Cheap Trick 77 (Epic 1977)


NoMeansNo “So Low”
from All Roads Lead To Ausfahrt (AntAcidAudio 2006) —Baby, took the Legus and left me a Mule to ride.


Bettie Serveert “Deny All”
from Pharmacy of Love (Palomine 2010) —Thanks for tuning in. See you next week.

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