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The History of Punk Playlist #36

2015/06/26

Here’s the History of Punk Playlist on CJSR from 15 June!

1. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (San Francisco) – “Teenage Disease”
2. Brian Jonestown Massacre (San Francisco) – “Satellite”
3. The Dandy Warhols (Portland) – “Cool as Kim Deal”
4. The Breeders (Boston) – “When I was a Painter”
5. The Vibrators (London) – “Troops of Tomorrow”
6. Reagan Youth (Rego Park) – “Brave New World”
7. Black Flag (LA) – “Rise Above”
8. Worst Days Down (Edmonton) – “Dear Lorrie Goldstein”
9. Stiff Little Fingers (Belfast) – “Alternative Ulster”
10. Artificial Dissemination (Toronto/Hamilton) – “Charms”

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The History of Punk Radio Show #35

2015/06/23

Here’s the History of Punk Playlist on CJSR from 8 June! David Gault made a playlist all about garage rock!

“Garage Rock Part II” 

1. The Clash (London) – “I Fought the Law”
2. Them (Belfast) – “If you and I could be as Two”
3. The Kinks (London) – “All Day and All of the Night”
4. The Strange Boys (Austin) – “Be Brave”
5. Iggy Pop (Detroit) – “Lust for Life”
6. The Black Lips (Atlanta) – “Bad Kids”
7. The Hives (Fagersta) – “The Hives Declare Guerre Nucleaire”
8. The Sonics (Tacoma) – “Money”
9. Detroit Cobras (Detroit) – “Leave my Kitten Alone”
10. The White Stripes (Detroit) – “Fell in Love with a Girl”
11. The Only Ones (London) – “Another Girls Another Planet”
12. The Strokes (NYC) – “Someday”
13. The Clash (London) – “Brand New Cadillac”
14. The Libertines (London) – “Time for Heroes”
15. Iggy Pop (Detroit) – “The Passenger”

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The History of Punk Radio Show #34

2015/06/23

Here’s the History of Punk Playlist on CJSR from 1 June!

1. The Vibrators (London) – “Judy Says (knock you in the head)”
2. Death (Detroit) – “You’re a Prisoner”
3. Reagan Youth (Rego Park) – “USA”
4. The Replacements (Minneapolis–Saint Paul) – “Seen your Video”
5. The Sonics (Tacoma) – “Have Love, Will Travel”
6. Kim Fowley (LA) – “Long Live Rock n Roll”
7. Los Saicos (Lima) – “Come On”
8. X (LA) – “I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts (Demo)”
9. Joy Division (Manchester) – “She’s Lost Control”
10. Dead Kennedys (San Francisco) – “Life Sentence”
11. East End Radicals (Montreal) – “Back to the Start”
12. Ramones (NYC) – “Rock n Roll Radio”
13. Clash (London) – “Capital Radio”
14. Isotopes (Vancouver) – “Hasta la Vista, Baby”
15 Rancid (Berkeley) – “Roots Radicals”
15. Needs (Vancouver) – “We Forgot the Records to our Record Release Show”

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The History of Punk Radio Show #33

2015/06/23

Here’s the History of Punk Playlist on CJSR from 25 May, when Professor David Mills returned to the show!

“Garage Rock” 

1. Richard Hell and the Voidoids (NYC) – “Blank Generation”
2. The Velvet Underground (NYC) – “I Can’t Stand It”
3. Talking Heads (NYC) – “Psycho Killer”
4. The Kingsmen (Portland) – “Louie, Louie”
5. Richard Berry (LA) – “Louie, Louie”
6. The Sonics (Tacoma) – “Louie, Louie”
7. The Seeds (LA) – “Can’t Seem to Make you Mine”
8. The Sandells LA) – “Dirty Water”
9. The Seeds (LA) – “Pushin’ Too Hard”
10. 13th Floor Elevators (Austin) – “You’re Gonna Miss Me”
11. Question Mark and the Mysterians (Bay City) – “You’re Gonna Miss Me”
12. MC5 (Detroit) – “Kick out the Jams”
13. Them (Belfast) – “Gloria”
14. Patti Smith (NYC) – “Gloria”

Books
-Dave Marsh, Louie, Louie
-Dave Marsh, Heart of Rock & Roll
-Peter Blecha, Sonic Boom
-Biographies of Van Morrison by Clinton Heylin, Johnny Rogen, Steve Turner, Greil Marcus

Collections
Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era

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The History of Punk Radio Show #32

2015/05/23

Here’s the History of Punk Playlist on CJSR from 18 May, when David Gault co-hosted the show, and Jim Nowhere paid us a visit!

1. East End Radicals (Montreal) – “Nation’s Secret Shame”
2. The Rebel Spell (Vancouver) – “Ten Thousand Years”
3. Snake Legs (Edmonton) – “Desperate Times”

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4. The Isotopes (Vancouver) – “Juicehead”
5. Shockflesh (Saskatoon) – “Shock”
6. Cancer Bats (Toronto) – “Satellites”
7. Jim Nowhere (Edmonton) – “Twentieth Century”
8. Borscht (Edmonton) – “Jet Stream”
9. The Sweathearts (Edmonton) – “Man Meat”
10. Banshee (Edmonton) – “Raoul Found a Dead Dude”
11. The Operators (780) – “St. Joseph”
12. The Old Sins (Edmonton) – “Six String Dream”
13. Let’s Dance (Edmonton) – “Summer Breeze”
14. Our Mercury (Edmonton) – “Mercury is Fallen”
15. The Cleats (Edmonton) – “Never Look for Tomorrow”
16. Master Splinter (Edmonton) – “Nuketona 500”

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The History of Punk Radio Show #31

2015/05/16

Here’s the History of Punk Playlist on CJSR from 11 May, when David Gault co-hosted the show!

1. Les Tabernacles (Edmonton) – “Be My Valentine”
2. The Vibrators (London) – “Automatic Lover”
3. The Sonics (Tacoma) – “Roll Over Beethoven”
4. The Diodes (Toronto) – “Noise”
5. No Use For A Name (San Jose) – “Justified Black Eye”
6. The Dils (Carlsbad) – “Gimme a Break”
7. Middle Class (Santa Ana) – “Out of Vogue”
8. Banshee (Edmonton) – “Lilac Tree”

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9. Dead to Me (San Francisco) – “California Sun”
10. Mariachi El Bronx (Los Angeles) – “48 Roses”
11. The Undertones (Derry) – “Teenage Kicks”
12. Bouncing Souls (New Brunswick) – “Better Things”
13. The Menzingers (Philadelphia) – “Good Things”
14. Sublime (Long Beach) – “Perfect World”
15. Anatomy Cats (Edmonton) – “Shades of Grey”
16. Versions (Edmonton) – “Practical Effects”
17. Moledebater (Brandon) – “Caffeine Hyperspace”

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The History of Punk Radio Show #30

2015/05/06

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”

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