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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed Jun 26th 2013

Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed Jun 26th 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

10:02am

The Blind Eyes “Waves”
from World Record (self 2013) N L —The latest by the locals who see no evil.

10:07am

Squeeze “Goodbye Girl”
from Singles 45's and Under (A&M Records 1981)

10:10am

Devo “Timing X”
from Duty Now for the Future (Infinite Zero 1994) —Today's music bed. RIP Alan Myers. http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/alan-myers-devo-drummer-on-whip-it-dies-20130626

10:12am

The Resonars “Whatever You Want”
from Nonetheless Blue (Get Hip 2007)

10:20am

Cliff Richard “The Young Ones”
from 30 Years Of Hits (Powder Blue 2003) —1961. Cliiiiffffffff.

10:23am

Del Shannon “She”
from The Liberty Years (EMI 1991) —1966.

10:27am

Slim Whitman “Rainbows Are Back In Style”
from The Best Of Slim Whitman 1951-1971 (Rhino 1990) —1968. RIP Slim Whitman, you're 1 in a million. Also send this out to everyone celebrating Gay Pride this week.

10:30am

Buck Owens “It Takes People Like You (To Make People Like Me)”
from The Very Best Of Buck Owens, Vol. 1 (Rhino 1994) —A very sweet song.

10:33am

John Hartford “Untangle Your Mind”
from RCA Country Legends (Buddha Records 2001) —1967.

10:38am

The Pretenders “Show Me”
from Learning to Crawl (Sire Records 1984)

10:42am

Tame Impala “Be Above It”
from Lonerism (Modular Recordings 2012)

10:47am

Super Furry Animals “Where Do You Wanna Go?”
from Dark Days/Light Years (Rough Trade 2009)

10:49am

Sun Ra “Saturn”
from Jazz In Silhouette (EVIDENCE MUSIC INC. 1991)

10:54am

Massacre “Killing Time”
from Change The Beat: The Celluloid Records Story 1979-1987 (Strut Records www.strut-records.com 2013) N  —1981. Great new comp of one of the great 80's labels.

11:03am

Devo “Jerkin' Back 'n' Forth”
from New Traditionalists (Deluxe Version) [Remastered] (Warner Bros. 2010) —1981. Again, RIP to drummer, Alan Myers. Who just died of brain cancer.

11:06am

Devo “Pink Pussycat”
from Duty Now for the Future (Infinite Zero 1994)

11:09am

Devo “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction”
from Devo Battles Live:2012 Tour: Live @Bristol UK Dec 7, 1978 (Disc Live Network 2012) —1978. Amazing drumming.

11:14am

Swahili Blonde “Zelda Has It (feat. Nicole Turley, John Frusciante, Laena Geronimo & Brad Caulkins)”
from Psycho Tropical Ballet Pink (feat. Nicole Turley & John Frusciante) - EP (Neurotic Yell Records 2011) —Alan Myer's daughter, Laena Myers-Ionita's (Laena Geronimo) group. He played with them some, but I don't think he's on this, but not sure?

11:17am

Elvis Presley “Bossa Nova Baby”
from Elvis at the Movies (RCA 2007) —1963.

11:21am

The Revillos “Voodoo”
from From the Freezer (Damaged Goods 1996) —1979.

11:23am

Invasives “Eyes Of The Lurker”
from Desk Job At Castle Dracula (self 2010)

11:28am

Throbbing Gristle “Hot On the Heels of Love”
from Throbbing Gristle's Greatest Hits (Remastered) (Industrial Records Ltd. 2011) —1979.

11:32am

Stereo Total “Caféteria ideale”
from Cactus Versus Brezel (Kill Rock Stars 2013) N

11:40am

T.Rex “Main Man”
from The Slider (Bonus Track Version) (Rhino 2002) —1972.

11:46am

X “In This House That I Call Home”
from Wild Gift CD Album (Rhino/Slash 1981) —I had (have) a tape with this album on one side and Wire's PINK FLAG on the other. It got a lot of turns on the old cassette deck back in junior high and beyond.

11:49am

Wire “Three Girl Rhumba”
from Pink Flag (Remastered) (EMI 2006) —1977.

11:51am

Black Flag “White Minority”
from Jealous Again - EP Vinyl EP (SST Records 1981) —They didn't do this one the other night, maybe Ron finally said, hey I'm not white, why would I sing this? Cos' it's only a minute long that's why.

11:52am

NoMeansNo “I've Got A Gun [FCC Radio Edit]”
from The Worldhood Of The World (As Such) (Wrong Records 1995) —Next week is the annual Independence Day Gun Show on Uncontrollable Urge. Lock & Load on 88.gun KDHX.

11:56am

Devo “Peekaboo!”
from Pioneer's Who Got Scalped: The Anthology (Warner Brothers 2000) —1982.


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