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Sunday, April 9, 2017


An hour of new rock'n'roll, vinyl obscurities from yesteryear, and more.  

Bill Haley and His Comets: “R-O-C-K” (The Saints Rock’n’Roll/R-O-C-K 7”, Decca, 1956)
Supersonic Piss: “p-u-n-k-s-i-c-k” (S/T, Rotted Tooth Records, 2011)
The Derelicts: “Boxed In” (Time To Fuck Up 7”, Empty Records, 1990)
The Fat Boys: “The Twist (Buffapella)” (The Twist 7”, Tin Pan Apple, 1988)
Mayflower Madame: “Drown” (Observed In A Dream, US: Custom Made Music, Europe: Night Cult Records, 2017)
T. Rex: “Life’s An Elevator” (Laser Love/Life’s An Elevator 7”, Ariola, 1976)
Los Campensinos!: “5 Flucloxacillin” (Sick Scenes, Wichita Records, 2017)
Single Mothers: “East Van Band Van” (East Van Band Van b/w Night School, 2017)
Elvis Costello: “Sunday’s Best” (Accidents Will Happen/Sunday’s Best 7”, Columbia, 1979)
The Four Blazers: “Peanut Butter” (Peanut Butter/A Little Bit of Heaven 7”, Buddy Records, late 60s)
Little Joe and the Thrillers: “Peanuts” (Peanuts/Lilly Lou 7”, Epic re-issue, originally released 1957)
The Submissives: “Friend Named Betty” (Do You Really Love Me?, Fixture Records, 2016)
Bob B. Soxx & The Blue Jeans: “Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah” (Why Do Lover’s Break Each Other’s Hearts/Zip-A-Dee Doo-Dah 7”, Phillies Records, 1963)
The Innocence: “There’s Got To Be A Word!” (There’s Got To Be A Word!/I Don’t Wanna Be Around You 7”, Kama Sutra, 1966)
Jesse Lee Turner: “The Little Space Girl” (Shake, Baby, Shake/The Little Space Girl 7”, Carlton, 1958)
Pale Kids: “St. James” (Holy Mess, Drunken Sailor Records, 2017)
Jesus Chris + The Beetles: “Boy Without A Bedframe” (Trickle Down, 2017)
Plastic Pinks: “My Frenzy State” (El Animal, Ghost Drag Records, 2016)
The Firm: “Radioactive” (The Firm, Atlantic Records, 1985)
Oscar The Grouch: “The Grouch’s Lullaby” (I Love Trash/The Grouch’s Lullaby 7”, Sesame Street Records, 1976)
Payton Park: “Put Your Hands ‘Round A Country Club Can/Finale” (All Aboard '71: The Country Club Malt Liquor 1971 Sales Meeting, Bill Stokes Associates, 1971)
Elton John: “Amoreena” (Tumbleweed Connection, MCA Records, 1970)