Despite a singular lack of popular acclaim and, literally, no fan-based polls calling for them to reform the ‘classic’ line up, Rebel, Kicker and Chorizo (get that on a T-shirt right now, kids) have been back in the studio in order to share their eclectic musical world with you, the listener.

where the magic happens

where the magic happens

In the latest show, the wizards shed light on celebrity football fans, teatime television viewing habits in South America, and reggae legends dealing with unhelpful crew members. There are quick fire quizzes, some terrible jokes and debates about unnecessary physical expressions of joy.

Your starter for 10. Am I Leeds, Bolton or QPR? Come on, come on..

Your starter for 10. Am I Leeds, Bolton or QPR? Come on, come on..

not a fan of Colombian Afrobeat then?

not a fan of Colombian Afrobeat then?

They also play a load of really neat songs that you simply need to hear. Luckily for you, you can do just that by downloading or streaming the whole shebang right here or if you prefer, hit play on this:

As always send your comments and complaints to us through the usual sources.

Some of the physicality described on the show:

 out of our idiot lbc gbv ec single cub scout  erics bookwganda kenya

About kickerofelves1

Wizard-in-Chief for Trust The Wizards music podcast and blog. Guided By Voices fanatic.

3 responses »

  1. The songs that we played in this show were:

    1. The Magic Number – De La Soul
    2. Littlest League Possible – Guided By Voices
    3. Two Chord Song – The Chalets
    4. Hi-Five – Angel Olsen
    5. Goathead – Goat
    6. Heathen Town – Elvis Costello & The Attractions
    7. El Caterete – Wganda Kenya
    8. Wonderful Land – The Shadows
    9. All I Know – Honeyfeet
    10. Toiler On The Sea – The Stranglers
    11. Someone Must’ve Nailed Us Together – The Len Bright Combo
    12. World’s On Fire – Skindred
    13. Teenage Skin – I Was A Cub Scout
    14. Master Of The Universe – Hawkwind

    Kicker’s Questions:

    a) Nina Persson (of The Cardigans) has the ashes of which musician in her living room?
    b) Why did The Byrds Jim McGuinn change his name to Roger?

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