October 2006

#40: October 3, 2006 - Pedophiles & Pages

Well, that was one hell of a wild ride! Don't forget to check out the official site for all the notes. I adjusted the volume so it should no longer be clipping. Please let me know if it still does. If you haven't already, you can sign up for the mailing list and get an email whenever new files are available. Also, check out the Fanatic! Fantasies section for a few odd tracks to darken your Halloween.

Part One * Part Two * Part Three * Part Four

1. Fontaine Toups – Shoegazer
2. Einsturzende Neubauten – Seele Brent
3. The Fall – Cary Grant’s Wedding
4. Hanoi Rocks – Taxi Driver
5. Funkadelic – America Eats Its Young
6. Half Japanese – I’m Going To The Zoo
7. Ahmad Jamal – Daahoud
8. Edward Hazleton – Hard Rock Is My Pillow
9. Gun Club – Flowing
10. Rollins Band – Also Ran
11. PJ Harvey – Goodnight
12. The Cravats – The Land Of The Giants
13. The Aquarium – White House
14. Channels – Unreal Estates
15. Les Baxter – Cask Of Amontillado
16. Art Ensemble Of Chicago – Theme De Celine
17. Kraftwerk – Die Roboter
18. Soccer Team – Here’s Why Dancers Smoke
19. Sham 69 - I Don’t Wanna
20. Sham 69 - Ulster
21. Sham 69 - Red London
22. Xe Chi Loun Kim - Spinning Song
23. Ronnie Allen - Juvenile Delinquent

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#41: October 10, 2006 - A Fish Tale

What happens when Henry starts talking and can't stop himself? You get a great Bad Brains story! I was trying to think of where I had just heard the UK Subs "Rockers" song that played tonight. It was on the justdamnedpunk podcast. Check that out, you won't be disappointed! Don't forget about all of the notes on the official site and our very own Fanatic! Fantasies page. There's a pretty eclectic mix from Silke that includes a Mongolian throat singer. I feel like a kid in a candy store! [update: I adjusted the sound level and re-posted yet again. The first was too loud, the second too quiet, so hopefully this one will be just right! I've gone back and corrected files through the Sept 26 show. If you're not happy with the download you've got prior to Thursday, Oct 12th try these new versions. Thanks for your patience.]

Part One * Part Two * Part Three * Part Four

01. Charlie Harper - London Barmy Army
02. Charlie Harper - Talk Is Cheap
03. The Germs – Lion’s Share
04. The Fall – Stepping Out
05. The Buzzcocks – Lester Sands (Drop In The Ocean)
06. DEVO – Social Fools
07. The Skunks – The Good From The Bad
08. The Damned – Stranger On The Town
09. The Ruts - Give Youth a Chance
10. Generation X - Running With The Boss Sound
11. The Snakes - License To Fish
12. Skrewdriver – Better Off Crazy
13. Bad Brains – Black Dots
14. Black Market Baby – Youth Crimes
15. One Last Wish – Burning In The Undertow
16. Rites Of Spring – All There Is To Know
17. UK Subs – Stranglehold
18. UK Subs - World War
19. UK Subs - Rockers
20. Sham 69 - Rip Off
21. 999 – Let’s Face It
22. Manifesto – Cut And Dry
23. Alternative Television – Action, Time And Vision
24. The Klan – Pushin’ Too Hard
25. The Leyton Buzzards – 19 & Mad
26. Harry Revel (composer), Les Baxter (conductor / arranger) - Lunar Rhapsody

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#42: October 17, 2006

Here's your weekly dose of music and insanity. Some of you said you'd like to keep seeing the basic tracklist here, so I'm putting it back on. I guess it would make things easier to look up later on, if you wanted to. Please visit harmonyinmyhead.com for the song info and notes from Henry.

Part One * Part Two * Part Three * Part Four

01. Black Flag - Nervous Breakdown
02. Black Flag - Fix Me
03. Black Flag - I've Had It
04. Black Flag - Wasted
05. The Jesus And Mary Chain – You Trip Me Up
06. Kenny Dorham & Co. – Poursuite Et Metro
07. The Fall – Antidote
08. Lee Hazlewood – The Night Before
09. Lydia Lunch & Friends - Done Dun
10. Fats Waller – Twenty Four Robbers
11. Menace - Electrocutioner
12. Dwight Pullen - Sunglasses After Dark
13. Joe Lally - Pick A War
14. Ketty Lester - Moscow Nights
15. The Pupils - Go To Gone
16. The J.B.'s - The Grunt
17. The Moonglows – Starlite
18. Stephen Mosko - Indigenous Music II
19. Charles Gayle – Happy Birthday
20. New York Dolls - Punishing World
21. Contortions - I Can't Stand Myself
22. Barbecue Bob - Chocolate To The Bone

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Bonus Download

Oh boy, Fellow Fanatics, do I have a bonus for y'all! More Peel Sessions tracks to go with the John Peel theme from tonight's show. These are not from HIMH or Henry Rollins in any way. Consider it a wafer-thin mint from me. Download it here.

First up is a track from "John Peel's Festive 15" compilation disc. I bought this cd at Amoeba just because it had John Peel's name on it. I was a little disappointed that this appears to be the only track that was actually a Peel session. It was marked "Promo Only", so I'm not sure what the deal is with this cd. In the liner notes there is a list of charities being donated to in John Peel's name, so I am guessing it was for some type of fundraiser. It looks like the compilation was put out in 2005 by Uncut Magazine/Ignite. The track info below is from the bbc website. The rest of the tracks are from a Peel Sessions cd by Amphetamine Reptile Records featuring 4 bands. The info on those come directly from the liner notes. Enjoy!

From "John Peel's Festive 15" promo(?) disc:

The Fall - Eat Y'self Fitter
Recorded March 21, 1983

Mark E. Smith - vocals
Karl Burns - drums, bass
Craig Scanlon - guitar, vocals
Steve Hanley - bass
Paul Hanley - drums

Dave Dade - engineer
John Porter - producer

Amphetamine Reptile Records - Peel Sessions

Cows - You Are So Beautiful / How Dry I Am
Recorded June 3, 1990

Shannon Selberg - vocals
Kevin Rutmanis - bass
Thor Eisentrager - guitar
Tony Oliveri - drums

M. Engles / F. Kay - engineers
Dale Griffin - producer

Helmet - Rude / Sinatra
Recorded May 26, 1991

Page Hamilton - guitar, vocals
Henry Bogdan - bass
Peter Mengede - guitar
John Stanier - drums

M. Engles / A. Meeson - engineers
Dale Griffin - producer

Surgery - Dear Sweet Laura / D-Nice
Recorded May 28, 1991

Sean McDonnel - guitar, vocals
John Lachapelle - bass
Scott Kleber - guitar
John Leamy - drums

M. Robinson / L. Soft - engineers
Mike Robinson - producer

Tar - Viaduct / Ballad of Storyteller
Recorded May 16, 1991

John Mohr - guitar, vocals
Tom Zaluckyj - bass
Mark Zablocki - guitar
Mike Greenlees - drums

R. Debono / D. McArth - engineers
Dale Griffin - producer

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#43: October 24, 2006 - Peel Sessions

All tracks tonight were from various Peel Sessions. Here's a link to the BBC website Henry mentioned, Keeping It Peel. As always, check out the official site for more info. Scroll down to the post right below this one for some extra Peel Session tracks. One more note to all you lucky Buzzcocks fans in the UK: The Buzzcocks will be doing a short 30th anniversary tour in UK only, supposedly with songs that have rarely (if ever) been played live and may not be played again. That's what the email said anyway. There's also going to be a photo/art exhibit along with the shows. Go to the Buzzcocks website for more info. I hope that comes out on cd someday for the rest of us!

Part One * Part Two * Part Three * Part Four

01. The Ruts - It Was Cold
02. The Buzzcocks - Noise Annoys
03. The Damned - Neat Neat Neat
04. Wire - Practice Makes Perfect
05. Nico - Frozen Warnings
06. Fugazi - Glueman
07. (Pil) Public Image Ltd. - Poptones
08. UK Subs - Another Kind of Blues
09. Lurkers - Ain't Got A Clue
10. The Fall - 2x4
11. Birthday Party - Sonny's Burning
12. The Adverts - One Chord Wonders
13. J. Mascis - Same Day
14. Generation X - Your Generation
15. Slits - Love and Romance
16. X-Ray Spex - I Am A Poser
17. Jimi Hendrix - Spanish Castle Magic
18. Thin Lizzy - The Cowboy Song
19. Pixies - Manta Ray
20. Joy Division - Exercise One
21. Led Zepplin - What Is and What Should Never Be
22. Unrest - Three Layer Cake

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