Toilet Radio on Mon 4/6/15

Artist Title Album
Primo People He's Only A Man Primo People
Potlicker Louisiana Rock & Roll Louisiana Rock & Roll
Richard Hell and the Voidoids Down At The Rock And Roll Club Blank Generation
The Shirts Reduced To Whisper The Shirts
New York Dolls Trash New York Dolls
Peter Criss Tossin and Turnin Peter Criss
The Beau Brummels Laugh, Laugh Introducing The Beau Brummels
The Young Rascals You Better Run Essential
The Jones Hush The Jones
The Tiki Men Spring Fever Twelve Dusty Diamonds
Los Saicos Demolicion! Wild Teen Punk From Peru
The Pets Hello I Love You Mexican Rock n Roll Rumble
Nightriders With Friends Like You Who Needs Friends Back From The Grave Volume 8
Misterio Vampirella Que Onda!
The Whole Darn Family Seven Minutes of Funk Nicolas Has Arrived
Gil Scott-Heron When You Are Who You Are The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Dorothy Ashby Soul Vibrations Afro-Harping
Spanky & Our Gang Give A Damn Without Rhyme Or Reason
The Internationals Give A Damn
Kylie Auldist Cut You Loose Just Say
Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears I'm Broke Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears
King Curtis Memphis Soul Stew Sweat Soaked Soul Classes
Menahan Street Band Make The Road By Walkng Make The Road By Walking
The Budos Band Unbroken, Unshaven The Budos Band
Speedometer Monkey Stick This Is Speedometer Vol 1 & 2
Emerson, Lake & Palmer Knife-Edge Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Osibisa Che Che Kule Heads
Jean-Pierre Sabar Vai-Vai Aurinkoinen Musiikkimatka

Toilet Radio

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A weekly, radio-based teleportation to an imaginary living room. This living room is outfitted with thick shag carpet, wood paneling, two turntables, a 10,000 watt soundsystem, and an assortment of ugly but comfortable chairs. On the walls, there are amateur oil paintings of Hall & Oates next to ratty, screen-printed posters from punk shows. You take a seat and sip whatever you’re drinking on a muggy Monday night. At 8 PM sharp, your friends Nick and Es drop the needle on a record. You haven’t heard it before, you may never hear it again, but damn, those 1970s studio musicians could play….
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