Toilet Radio covered by Matthew Rotella on Mon 6/20/16

Artist Title Album Label
Chronic Sick There Goes The Neighborhood The Cutest Band In Hardcore
NoMeansNo Dark Ages Small Parts Isolated And Destroyed
SS Decontrol Police Beat The Kids Will Have Their Say
Wire Reuters Pink Flag
Naked Raygun Gear Throb Throb
The Angry Samoans Lights Out Back From Samoa
Gang Of Four Damaged Goods Entertainment
Dead Boys What Love Is Young, Loud And Snotty
X The World's A Mess It's In My Kiss Los Angeles
Fear Beef Boloney The Record
Bad Brains I And I Survive Rock For Light
Papa San I Will Survive 7" Single Request
McRad Words Of Life Absence Of Sanity
Bad Brains Banned In D.C. Rock For Light
The Germs Lexicon Devil G.I.
Negative Approach Evacuate Tied Down
Agent Orange Everything Turns Grey Living In Darkness
McRad Week Style Absence Of Sanity
Gasoline Keller Man 7" Single
Suicidal Tendencies I Saw Your Mommy... Suicidal Tendencies
Millions Of Dead Cops Dead Cops/America's So Straight M.D.C.
Renaud It Is Because You Are Request
Les Fleur De Lys Gong With The Luminous Nose Reflections
Can Moonshake Future Days
The Slits Instant Hit Cut
Pecker Pecker Power Part One Pecker Power
The Slits I Heard It Through The Grapevine Cut [CD Bonus Track] Request
Joy Division Warsaw Substance
Articles Of Faith I've Got Mine Core
Die Kreuzen Rumors Die Kreuzen
NoMeansNo Theresa, Give Me That Knife Small Parts Isolated And Destroyed
NoMeansNo Real Love Small Parts Isolated And Destroyed

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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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