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Spinitron - KDHX: Uncontrollable Urge Wed Jul 10th 2013

Uncontrollable Urge (Music)

Wed Jul 10th 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


R.E.M. “Sitting Still”
from Murmur (Deluxe Version) (IRS 2008) —1983. Send this out to Annie Z., former KDHX programmer, now in CLeveland and recently married, congrats.


The Blind Eyes “Just Be”
from World Record (self 2013) N L —Comming in at #7 in top spins on KDHX for the first half of 2013. http://kdhx.org/music/news/midyear-2013-881-kdhx-top-album-spins


The Pogues “A Pistol for Paddy Garcia”
from Rum Sodomy & the Lash (WEA Records 1985) —Today's belated "gun song" music bed. You can check out last week's annual Gun Show at http://kdhx.org/play/radio-shows/uncontrollable-urge


Radiation City “L.A. Beach”
from Animals In The Median (Tender Loving Empire 2013) N


Camera Obscura “New Year's Resolution”
from Desire Lines (4AD 2013) N  —This certainly would have made my 1st half of 2013 list, had I heard it before I turned in the list.


Sam Phillips “Animals On Wheels”
from Omnipop (It's Only A Flesh Wound Lambchop) (Virgin 1996)


Sergio Ricardo “Martelo A Bala E Facão”
from A Noite Do Espantallho (Discobertas 2012) —1974. Another belated gun song. Or at least there are gun shots. I'll be sitting in for Andrea this Sat. on Radio Rio.


Os Canibais “Descubram Onde Meu Bem Está (Wonder Where My Baby Is Tonight)”
from Os Canibais (Mr Bongo 2012) —1967. Kinks cover.


The Bluestars “Social End Product”
from Nuggets II: Original Artyfacts from the British Empire and Beyond, 1964–1969 (Rhino 2001) —1966. Society made me who I am today.


Super Furry Animals “Baby Ate My Eightball”
from Hey Venus! (Rough Trade 2007)


Thao & The Get Down Stay Down “We the Common (For Valerie Bolden)”
from We The Common (Ribbon Music 2013) N


Otis Taylor “Three Stripes On a Cadillac”
from Respect The Dead (NorthernBlues Music, Inc. 2002)


King Khan & the Shrines “69 Faces of Love”
from What Is?! (Vice Records 2007)


Shuggie Otis “Strawberry Letter 23”
from Inspiration Information (Epic 2013) —1974 (1971?). There's a new version of this album out, but this song, which wasn't on the the original release is not on it this time around.


François Béranger “Tranche De Vie”
from Une Ville (CBS 1969)


Charles Mingus “Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting”
from Passions Of A Man: The Complete Atlantic Recordings 1956-1961 (Rhino 1976) —1959. Starting the meeting a little early today.


Stereo Total “Ein Lied fur Vegetarier”
from Cactus Versus Brezel (Kill Rock Stars 2013) N


Joy Division “Transmission”
from The Complete BBC Recordings (Fuel 2000 2000) —1979. There are a few cool videos on YouTube of NoMeansNo covering this song. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKhhoUCnxpw & http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSdKs76CIuU


NoMeansNo “Under The Sea”
from One (Alternative Tentacles www.alternativetentacles.com 2000)


Dino Fight! “Bad Hare Day”
from Run For Your Lives (self released 2013) N L —"Running for my life, Bunnies got a knife"


Sloan “It's In You, It's In Me”
from Hardcore 7" (Murder 2013) N


Gang Of Four “Guns Before Butter”
from Entertainment! (Remastered) (Rhino/Warner Bros. 2005) R  —1979. By request, and also a belated Gun Song.


The Vapors “Bunkers”
from New Clear Days (Liberty 1980)


Max Load “I Become Translucent”
from Max Load (BDR Records 2013) N L —1981. I guess I could have included this one in my best of 2013 so far. Belleville, IL band from late 70s/early 80s.


Pere Ubu “Musicians Are Scum”
from Lady from Shanghai (FIRE 2013) N  —Ain't that the truth.


The Future Sound Of London “The Amorphous Androgynous”
from Mojo Presents: A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding In Your Head (Mojo Magazine www.mojo4music.com 2010) —2009. From the 2010 Feb issue of Mojo Magazine.


Tijuana Panthers “Boardwalk”
from Semi-Sweet (Innovative Leisure 2013) N

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