The History of Punk Radio Show #30

Here’s the History of Punk Playlist on CJSR from 4 May, when we looked at generational continuity, politics, and Edmonton’s Dead Venues!

Dead Venues

1. Billy Bragg and Wilco (Mermaid Avenue) – “Union Prayer”
2. Kim Fowley (LA) – “Is America Dead?”
3. Hüsker Dü (Saint Paul) – “8 Miles High”
4. DOA (Vancouver) – “Communication Breakdown”
5. Ramones (NYC) – “Judy is a Punk”
6. Jr. Gone Wild (Edmonton) – “Why I Hate the 60s”
7. The James T. Kirks (Edmonton) – “StingWray”
8. Wednesday Night Heroes (Edmonton) – “Our Common Struggle”
9. Mad Bombers Society (Edmonton) – “You Can’t Dance”
10. The Frank (Blackfalds) – “What a Sight”
11. Nirvana (Seattle) – “Aneurysm” (Live at Reading)
12. The Subhumans (Vancouver) – “Death to the Sickoids”

NIRVANA

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