... keep another record of the songs that I am playing on the radio next Saturday: This will be my last pre-record for a while, and I'll totally be on at the special time of 9pm-1030pm. FREAKOUT!
So, here we go. Let's, how you say, get into it!
Out That Door - Hoodoo Gurus.
Speaking. Lies about the etymological origins of certain words. Witty punning?
Bankrobber - The Clash: Not that I endorse the totally wicked crime of bank robbery.
Alabama Song - The Doors: By far, my favourite song for getting drunk to.
Private Idaho - The B-52s: I seem to remember playing this a lot while I was editing a short film a few years ago... I think more because I had B-52s on the computer I was using as opposed to preferring it over other available musics.
Under The Milkyway (acoustic) - The Church: This is a pretty cool acoustic version. It's like the regular song, but acoustic?
Six Months in a Leaky Boat - Split Enz
Mr. Tambourine Man - Bob Dylan
I Don't Wanna Live This Life Anymore - The Ramones
Science Fiction Double Feature - Me First and the Gimme Gimmes
Life - Jason Lives
On The Outside - Joey Cape and Tony Sly
City of New Orleans - Arlo Guthrie: It's totally about a train!
What's My Scene? - Hoodoo Gurus: And another thing I've been wondering lately... Dude, we totally weren't talking about anything you had been wondering!
Steven's Last Night In Town - Ben Folds Five
What Do I Get - The Buzzcocks
Beer - Reel Big Fish: An ode to responsible drinking? Perhaps not... remember, you can't use alcohol as a way to deal with emotional issues - but it's pretty fun regardless.
Cannibal's Hymn - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Lost in the Supermarket - The Clash: Poor sense of direction.
Where is my Mind - The Pixies
Liar Liar - The Castaways
Track Twenty One:
Get a Grip (On yourself) - The Stranglers
Track Twenty Two:
I Feel Free - Cream