This time round, prepare yourself for a dramatic rendering of the time that everyone’s favourite Staten Island crew came to Yorkshire.
In addition, Rebel Rikkit interviews a lively personality, Kicker goes all Italian, and Chorizo treats us to another festival anecdote to die for (or possibly, during). There’s also a load of great music both old and new, another album review and at least one Ted Chippington joke.
If you think this is for you, and why wouldn’t it be, then click here to download or stream the night away.
Some of the physicality we played and talked about on the show:
This show went like this:
1. King Curtis – Instant Groove
(or The Mountain Goats – My Favorite Thing)*
2. Wu Tang Clan – For Heaven’s Sake
3. The French – The Wu Tang Clan
4. Millie Jackson – Phuck U Symphony
5. Ravioli Me Away – Good Team Player
6. The Clash – Career Opportunities
7. Ian Humberstone – Flame Licks Through The Book Of Charms
8. The Ship-Tones – Dilemma (feat. Edwyn Collins)
9. The Efts – Your Turn Now v3.4
10. Charles Howl – I Love You
11. The Damned – Noise Noise Noise
12. Tricky – Bad Dreams
13. The Fall – Printhead
14. The Decemberists – The Singer Addresses His Audience
15. Tredici Bacci – Sesso In Futuro
16. Luke Haines – Adentures In Dementia
a) Which Elvis Costello track features Mick Jones on guitar?
b) What connects the October 1990 National Geographic V178 #4 (pictured above) with rock n roll?
* the download opens with King Curtis, the soundcloud player with The Mountain Goats
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