Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Episode 67: Was Godzilla Even In Godzilla?

Greetings Dear Listener,

Bill Hicks had a bit about hotel pay-per-view adult features.  He referred to them as hairy bobbing man ass movies because all of the good parts were cut out.  Leaving nothing but shots of hairy bobbing man ass.  That's how I felt about the latest version of Godzilla.  Every time you thought they would show the monster, they would cut away to characters that weren't giant laser-breathing lizards.  That's $9.00 I'll never get back.

This week saw the release of This Machine Kills Artists by Buzz from the Melvins.  He's putting it out under the name King Buzzo.  Here's the album cover:

There will be new albums from Boris and Heavy Blanket out soon.  Go here for Boris pre-order info.  And go here for your Heavy Blanket needs.

 Here's what they'll look like if you buy them:

Anti-Flag announced this week that they will be releasing a best of called A Document Of Dissent to commemorate their 20th anniversary.  It's a split release between A-F Records and Fat Wreck.  Each label has their own color variant limited to 250 copies each.  Here's the artwork for that too:

In other Anti-Flag news, they have scheduled a few tour dates around the release of A Document Of Dissent.  And Chris #2 has a new side project called Resistor.  They've posted a single on bandcamp.  Go here to give it a listen.

The first Rollins Band album, Life Time, is going to get a vinyl reissue through Dischord.  No release date has been set yet but all of the paperwork has been signed off on.  I can't wait for a decent vinyl pressing of this record.  I've had a few used copies of the old Texas Hotel pressings but they've all skipped at different spots.  Their previous owners must have been some sort of savages.

I finally came up with a reasonably priced copy of The Mark Of Cain's record that came out last year.  Songs Of The Third And Fifth was not distributed in North America and not too many places had it as an import at a reasonable price.  Patience paid off big time.  It is one solid piece of vinyl.

The Menzingers and Lemuria are playing in town this week.  It looks like I'll be leaving the house for that one.

Thanks for listening.

Rock over London.  Rock on Chicago.


Here's the download link:

Out of Step Music Hour Episode 67

Here's the playlist:
1.  Boris~Big Peach~Boris/Heap Split
2.  Le Butcherettes~Shame, You're All I've Got (ft. Shirley Manson)~Cry Is For The Flies
3.  R.L. Burnside~Poor Boy~A Ass Pocket Of Whiskey
4.  nothing~Bent Nail~Guilty Of Everything
5.  Snapcase~Energy Dome~Snapcase vs. Boy Sets Fire
6.  Zeitgeist~1,2,3~Zeitgeist
7.  Jimi Hendrix~Cherokee Mist~MCA Box
8.  Karp~Treats Of The Soul~Suplex
9.  George Carlin~Supermarkets~On The Road
10.  Submachine~Family Circus~In Spite Of Everything...
11.  The Menzingers~Good Things~On The Impossible Past
12.  PJ Harvey~Snake~Rid Of Me
13.  Devo~Uncontrollable Urge~Live At Max's Kansas City
14.  Nirvana~Drain You~Nevermind (Devonshire Mix)
15.  Lemuria~Wise People~Pebble
16.  Monty Python~Galaxy Song~Monty Python Sings
17.  Wild Flag~Short Version~Wild Flag
18.  SOA~Public Defender~First Demo 12/29/80
19.  Marvin Gaye~Trouble Man~Trouble Man
20.  Brian Eno~Baby's On Fire~Here Come The Warm Jets
21.  Jawbox~Static~Novelty
22.  Buried Alive~The Death Of Your Perfect World~The Death Of Your Perfect World
23.  Jane's Addiction~Ain't No Right~Live In NYC
24.  Bangs~Chocolate Cobwebs~Tiger Beat
25.  Heap~Noel Ford~Boris/Heap Split

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