Thursday, April 25, 2013

Episode 37: Atomic Batteries To Power, Turbines To Speed

Greetings Dear Listener,

I hope your Record Store Day was as bountiful as mine.  The only thing on my list that I didn't get was the South Park single.  I'm not sure what was on it but I'm sure it was gut busting.

The Miles Davis mono reissues were pressed beautifully.  The quality of them surpasses the Hendrix reissues by leaps and bounds.  Once I get them digitized, we will certainly get into those.

All of the 45's I picked up last weekend have been put onto the hard drive so we'll get a heavy dose of Record Store Day spoils next time around.

The Stooges new album, Ready To Die, is streaming over at the NPR website.  I have listened repeatedly and can't wait until the vinyl comes in the mail.

Here's the link:

Stooges Streaming On NPR

I did pick up tickets for Flag.  The show is at a shitty venue that uses Ticketasshole to distribute their tickets.  Their "convenience" charges are now almost ten dollars a ticket.  Assholes indeed.  But it's Keith Morris and Chuck Dukowski so it's worth it.

The Gaslight Anthem show in Pittsburgh that was supposed to be in June has now been postponed until September and a second show has been added.  Patience is a virtue so I've been told.

Deerhoof played a few Friday's ago.  The sound they made with a stripped down set up was amazing.  And it was in a small room without a bar so the disturbances were minimal.

We lost Richie Havens this week.  He was the first act to play at Woodstock back in 1969.  He was a giant and will be missed.

Patton Oswalt was on a recent episode of Parks & Recreation.  Here's an outtake from the filming:

Direct Link To The Star Wars Filibuster

I think that's the Star Wars movie they would have to make if they want my money.  The Bionic-Spider Wookie would definitely get me out of the house.

Until next time.

Thanks for listening.


Here's the download link:

Out of Step Music Hour Episode 37

Here's the playlist:
1.  The Sword~The Veil Of Isis~Apocryphon
2.  Bad Brains~F.V.K. (Fearless Vampire Killers)~Banned In D.C.: Greatest Riffs
3.  Vaselines~Dying For It~Enter The Vaselines
4.  Iceage~Ecstasy~You're Nothing
5.  The Stooges~T.V. Eye (Take 8)~The Complete Funhouse Sessions
6.  Black Flag~Fix Me~Nervous Breakdown
7.  Jon Spencer Blues Explosions~Love All Of Me~Now I Got Worry
8.  The Ramones~Pinhead~It's Alive
9.  Karp~Flourpus~Mustache Wild
10.  Horrors~She Is The New Thing~Strange House
11.  Lemuria~Brilliant Dancer~Brilliant Dancer
12.  Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers~All By Myself~L.A.M.F
13.  The Lurkers~Ain't Got A Clue~Fulham Fallout
14.  Behind Enemy Lines~Faceless~One Nation Under The Iron Fist Of God
15.  Bob Dylan~Don't Think Twice, It's Alright~The Witmark Demos
16.  Stiff Little Fingers~Alternative Ulster~Inflammable Material
17.  Boris~Jackson Head~Heavy Rocks
18.  Social Distortion~Story Of My Life~Greatest Hits
19.  The Cramps~Twist & Shout~All Tore Up
20.  New End Original~Lukewarm~Thriller
21.  Beastie Boys~Flute Loop~Ill Communication
22.  Blood Brothers~My First Kiss At The Public Execution~Crimes
23.  Dave Pirner~Tube Of Wonderful~Chasing Amy
24.  Assjack~No Regrets~Assjack
25.  Bad Religion~Land Of Endless Greed~True North

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