Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Episode 50: Kareem Abdul Jabbar Is My Co-Pilot

Greetings Dear Listener,

There is a band called Death.  On the Netflix, there is a documentary with the title A Band Called Death.  If you have an interest in music or film, this would be a good way to spend an hour and a half of your time.  Then go buy the Death records.  There's the actual album and an LP of demos.  The story of Death is truly astounding.  They're on Drag City Records.

Last week's issue of the Pittsburgh City Paper contained their best of 2013 lists as voted on by the readers.  That shit-hole known as Stage AE was voted best venue.  Best how?  Best ball-cupping security staff?  They were gentle with my nards when they felt me up so I guess they do deserve an award.  But why did they cup my balls in the first place?  I'm not sure and I'm never going back to the place to find out.

Bad Religion has a Christmas album coming out towards the end of November.  Yes, you read that correctly.  Curiouser and curiouser I am about that one.

November 12th is shaping up to be a monstrous day for releases.  Rival School's United By Fate album gets a vinyl reissue.  Handsome's self-titled album sees vinyl for the first time.

And A-F Records unleashes the Worlds Scariest Police Chases album.  The title of the record is very long and I can't remember it.  It'll be pressed on a few different colors.  One of which is being called "Jizzy Clear."

On the same day, A-F will be releasing a new White Wives single.  Pressed on your choice of blue or yellow.  Go here for more information on both.

Before November gets a firm grip on us all, October will die with a fiery, satanic vengeance.  All of the Slayer albums released by Rick Rubin's American Recordings will be reissued on vinyl on the 29th.  Rocktober like a mother-fucker, indeed.  Much Satan will be hailed.

The Black Friday Record Store Day list has been released.  The only thing that really stood out to me was the Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Live at KCRW LP.  But go here to see for yourself.

On the Mind Cure front, the Mud City Manglers are the band featured on October's single of the month.  It comes out this Saturday so stop by the store and pick one up.  The next reissue that Mind Cure is working on is from Savage Amused and should be out in November.  There's a link to listen to the first track off of the record on the Mind Cure blog page.  

Thanks for listening.

Rock over London.  Rock on Chicago.


Here's the download link:

Out of Step Music Hour Episode 50

Here's the playlist:
1.  The Germs~What We Do Is Secret~(GI)
2.  Anti-Flag~Controlled Opposition~The General Strike
3.  Eddy Current Suppression Ring~Walked Into A Corner~Rush To Relax
4.  The Ramones~Judy Is A Punk~Ramones
5.  The Misfits~Vampira~12 Hits From Hell
6.  Descendents~Suburban Home~Milo Goes To College
7.  Bad Religion~Vanity~True North
8.  State Of Alert~Disease~Flex Your Head
9.  OFF!~Full Of Shit~Live At The 9:30 Club
10.  Minor Threat~12XU~Complete Discography
11.  Roky Erickson~I'm A Demon~Gremlins Have Pictures
12.  XBXRX~Deaf Ears, Silent Voice~Sixth In Sixes
13.  The Adolescents~Self Destruct~Adolescents
14.  Beastie Boys~5-Piece Chicken Dinner~Paul's Boutique
15.  Submachine~Lenny Bruce~In Spite Of Everything...
16.  Boris~Track 9~Vein
17.  Deerhoof~Holy Night Fever~Reveille
18.  The Damned~Stab Your Back~Damned Damned Damned
19.  Helmet~Oven~Born Annoying
20.  Deep Wound~Don't Need~Almost Complete
21.  Lemuria~Get Some Sleep~Get Better
22.  Brak~The Song That Doesn't End~Space Ghost's Musical Bar-B-Que
23.  Sleep~Dopesmoker Side A
24.  Sleep~Dopesmoker Side B
25.  Sleep~Dopesmoker Side C

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