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The History of Punk Radio Show 63: The History of Punk Rock!

2016/08/13

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On Saturday 30 January 2016, an ensemble of Red Deer punk rockers put on a show of 38 songs spanning the history of punk rock! Then, on Monday 1 February, we talked about the show on CJSR and played some punk rock music too!

Here’s the playlist!

1. Ramones (NYC) – “Teenage Lobotomy”
2. Screeching Weasel (Prospect Heights) – “Cool Kids”
3. Borscht (Edmonton) – “You Can Leave if you Want to”
4. Velvet Underground (NYC) – “Femme Fatale”
5. Descendents (Manhattan Beach) – “Suburban Home”
6. Death from Above 1979 (Toronto) – “Going Steady”
7. Choke (Edmonton) – “Less than Nothing”
8. Passenger Action (Edmonton) – “Tonight we Resonate”
9. Black Mastiff (Edmonton) – “Leave it on the Floor”
10. Power Buddies (Edmonton) – “Fail”
11. Choir and Marching Band (Edmonton) – “Top Ten Hit”
12. Strangled (Edmonton) – “Third Eye”
13. Buzzcocks (Manchester) – “Fast Cars”
14. The Damned (London) – “New Rose”
15. Minor Threat (DC) – “In My Eye”

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And here’s the show!

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The History of Punk Radio Show 62: the Grizzly Trail Show!

2016/05/31

The Grizzly Trail’s Dave Millar joined the show and played important punk music from across Canada! We had a couple of songs debut on the show, and Dave closed it off with a live acoustic version of “Winter Blues!”

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Show 62 of the History of Punk originally aired on CJSR 88.5FM from 10-11AM MST on Monday 25 January 2016.

Here’s the playlist!

  1. The Penske File (Burlington) – “Wasters”
  2. DANGERCAT (Winnipeg) – “In My Way”
  3. Precursor (Vancouver) – “Fireworks”
  4. Jon Creeden (Stratford) – “One Coast to Another”
  5. Audio/Rocketry (Edmonton) – “Only Gets Better”
  6. Pup (Toronto) – “Mabu”
  7. Youth Decay (Vancovuer) – “Short Fuse”
  8. Abandin All Hope (Fort Mac) – “Banana”
  9. Grizzly Trail (Edmonton) – “Clements”
  10. Feast or Famine (Edmonton) – “Cowboy Trail”
  11. The Ativans (Calgary) – “Another Way”
  12. Dave Millar (Grizzly Trail) – “Winter Blues” (Live in studio!)

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And here’s the show!

The History of Punk Radio Show 61: The Corey Hamilton Show!

2016/03/30

Punk stalwart Corey Hamilton joined the show and brought all kinds of music on cassettes, vinyl, and CDs! Unfortunately, there were no 8 tracks, but the selection of local music, scientists and theologians agree, was unparalleled!

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Show 61 of the History of Punk originally aired on CJSR 88.5FM from 10-11AM MST on Monday 18 January 2016.

Here’s the playlist!

  1. Jr. Gone Wild (Edmonton) – “Tin Can”
  2. Malibu Kens (Edmonton) – “421-1111”
  3. Cadillac of Worms (Edmonton) – “Nite of the Living Dead”
  4. The Loved One (Edmonton) – “Vatican 550”
  5. Bullyproof (Edmonton) – “Public Relations Baby”
  6. Greater Than Less Than (Edmonton) – “‘S’ on the Chest”
  7. The Wheat Chiefs (Edmonton) – “Twist this Around”
  8. SNFU (Edmonton) – “Poor Pitiful Me”
  9. The Imagineers (Edmonton) – “High Octane Babe”
  10. Color Me Psycho (Calgary) – “13 is my Lucky Number”

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And here’s the show!

The History of Punk Radio Show 60: David Bowie

2016/03/30

Late in the evening on January 10th, word starting getting out that David Bowie had passed away. The next day, we aired a tribute to the artist, playing music and relaying words from friends, musicians, journalists, and academics on the impact Bowie had.

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Show 60 of the History of Punk originally aired on CJSR 88.5FM from 10-11AM MST on Monday 11 January 2016.

Here’s the playlist!

  1. David Bowie (Brixton) – “Rebel Rebel”
  2. David Bowie (Brixton) – “Young Americans”
  3. David Bowie (Brixton) – “This is Not America”
  4. David Bowie (Brixton) – “Look Back in Anger”
  5. David Bowie (Brixton) – “Heroes”
  6. Arcade Fire (Montreal) – “Wake Up”
  7. David Bowie (Brixton) – “Ziggy Stardust”
  8. David Bowie (Brixton) – “Suffragette City”

And here’s the show!

The History of Punk Radio Show 59: The Mike Martin Show!

2016/03/29

We kicked off 2016 right with guest host Mike Martin (Rhubarbs, Kroovy Ro0kers) playing contemporary punk from all over Canada!

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Show 59 of the History of Punk originally aired on CJSR 88.5FM from 10-11AM MST on Monday 4 January 2016.

Here’s the playlist!

  1. Royal Red Brigade (Regina) – “Broken Swallow” from Seasides 10” (2014)
  2. Brass (Vancouver) – “Reading Faces” from No Soap Radio LP (2015)
  3. Xembryos (Saskatoon) – “Sarcan Celebrity” from Xembryos (2015)
  4. The Electric Revival (Calgary) – My Molly My” from Freaks (2015)
  5. Rhubarbs (Edmonton) – “Piss into the Abyss” from Take Me Down EP (2015)
  6. The Lindbergh Babies (Ottawa) – “Walk Away” from Ransom Notes (2015)
  7. The Nasties (Guelph) – “Education” from Discipline (2015)
  8.  Rebuild/Repair (Edmonton) – “Cheap Entertainment For Mature Audiences” from Damage Stories (2014)
  9.  River Jacks (Calgary) – “Of Friendships and Alcohol” from River Jacks LP (2014)
  10. Single Mothers (London) – “Winter Coats” from S/T EP (2011)
  11. Pseudo (Toronto) – “Why?” from Liuna EP (2015)
  12. The Jump Off (Regina) – “Too Many Widows” from The Jump Off (2013)
  13. Ripcordz (Montreal) – “Disarm All The Cops” from Made In Montreal (2014)
  14. Harrington Saints (Alameda/Bay Area) – “Let’s Go Rob A Bank” from Upright Citizen (2014)
  15. Kroovy Rookers (Edmonton) – “Jerk At Work” from Unreleased Demo (2015)
  16.  Real Sickies (Edmonton) – “Psycho Hop” from Real Sickies Cassette (2015)

And here’s the show!

 

 

 

The History of Punk Playlist 58: 2015 Year End Show!

2016/03/25

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It’s the History of Punk’s review of 2015! Listen as we cover all the hard-hitting issues of the year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Show 58 of the History of Punk originally aired on CJSR 88.5FM from 10-11AM MST on Monday 28 December 2015.

Here’s the Playlist:

1. Big Boys (Austin) – “Apolitical”
2. Reagan Youth (Queens) – “Jesus was a Communist”
3. The Anatomy Cats (Edmonton) – “Aftermath of Apathy”
4. Strangled (Edmonton) – “Third Eye”
5. Viet Cong (Calgary) – “Continental Shelf”
6. Turnstile (Baltimore) – “Pushing me Away”
7. Tyler Butler and his Handsome Friends (Edmonton) – “Bury me in the Garden (Live at CJSR)”
8. F&M (Edmonton) – “Scoundrel’s Christmas”
9. Jr. Gone Wild (Edmonton) – “Why I Hate the 60s”
10. DOA (Vancouver) – “Communication Breakdown”
11. Snake Legs (Edmonton) – “Desperate Times”
12. Old Towns (Edmonton) – “Strathcona”
13. Vibes (Edmonton) – “Another Way”
14. Franklins (Edmonton) – “Skate Crimes”

And here’s the show!

The History of Punk Playlist 57: Winter Solstice Local Show!

2016/03/14

The Winter Solstice was a very special one in 2015, with Brittany Rudyck and guest host Cassia Hardy (Wares, Power Buddies) playing some of the best local songs of the year!

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Show 57 of the History of Punk originally aired on CJSR 88.5FM from 10-11AM MST on Monday 21 December 2015.

Here’s the playlist:

  1. Faith Healer (Edmonton) – “Infinite Return”
  2. Blu Shorts (Calgary) – “TV Avenue”
  3. I Hate Sex (Edmonton) – “January 24th”
  4. Birdstriking (Beijing) – “TV at 7PM”
  5. Hagface (Calgary) – “The Big Thaw”
  6. Jom Comyn (Edmonton) – “Stay Inside”
  7. Marlaena Moore (Edmonton) – “Sidekick (Live at the Wunderbar)”
  8. Diamond Mind (Edmonton) – “This Street Goes Straight Forever”
  9. Johnny de Courcy (New Westminister) –  “Creepside”
  10. PMMA (Calgary) – “Losing Touch”
  11. Fist City (Lethbridge) – “Let’s Rip”
  12. Counterfeit Jeans (Edmonton) – “Filthy”

…and here’s the show!