Saturday, January 29, 2005

Shuffle Function Playlist for January 24 - 28th

January 24, 2005 (128)
1. Ben Folds - army
2. LCD Sound System - daft punk is playing at my home
3. Stereolab - john cage bubblegum
4. Dr Hook - only sixteen
5. Propellerheads - history repeating
6. Shangri-las - remember walking in the sand
7. Guided By Voices - gold star for robot boy
8. High Watemarks - good i feel bad
9. Bruce Springsteen - 10th avenue freezeout
10. Marianne Faithfull - what my friends have
11. Brady Bunch - sunshine day
12. Robert Parker - barefootin'
13. Go Home Productions - shannon stone
14. Pink Floyd - interstellar overdrive
15. Sweet - little willy
16. Jandek - wondering
17. Rosemary Clooney - come on a my house
18. Pere Ubu - street waves
19. The Chancellors - little latin lupe lou
20. Paul Westerberg - make your own kind of music
21. Pixies - debaser
22. Irving - turn of the century
23. Rare Breed - beg, borrow and steal

January 25, 2005 (129)
*denotes songs that are ao good Shelley deems they should be at least 45 minutes long!!!
1. Enoch Light and the Light Brigade - girl from impanema*
2. Devo - gut feeling*
3. Grant Hart - 2541*
4. Mark Kennis - heart of the heartland
5. Talking Heads - found a job*
6. Velvet Underground - what goes on*
7. The Smiths - boy with a thorn in his side*
8. They Might Be Giants - dirt bike
9. Teenage Fanclub - evrything flows*
10. Johnny Cash - folsom prison
Bob Wootton interview, Johnny Cash's guitar player for 30 years!!!
11. Johnny Cash - ring of fire
12. X - world's a mess/it's in my kiss*
13. 5678's - i'm blue
14. Rolling Stones - jigsaw puzzle*
15. The Replacements - i will dare*
16. Pixies - no.13 baby*
17. Sweet Trip - chocolate matter*

January 26, 2005 (130) "Just another show!" show
1. husker du - actual condition
2. The Clash - police on my back
3. The Rakes - straussborg
4. My Bloody Valentine - i only said
5. Go Home Productions - message of love
6. Hasil Adkins - she said
7. Patti Smith - lo and beholden
8. Pony Up - ministrel
9. Beat Happening - other side
10. Herb Alpert - this guys in love with you*
11. Talking Heads - once in a lifetime
12. Peggy Taylor - a guy is a guy
13. The Beakers - fig.21
14. Bruce Springsteen - bad lands
15. Elvis Costello - allison
16. LCD Sound System - never as tired as when i'm waking up
17. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - hiding all away
18. Happys - wahaka
19. Pixies - dig for fire
20. Dukes Of Stratosphear - vanishing girl
21. Beach Boys - pet sounds

January 27, 2005 (131)
1. Velvet Underground and Nico - all tomorrow's parties
2. Bar-Kays - son of shaft
3. Kings of Leon - the bucket
4. Louis XIV - louis xiv
world premier of Go Home Productions!!!
5. Go Home Productions - lose my freedom (Devo vs. Destiny's Child)
6. Talking Heads - life during wartime
7. Luna - speed bumps
8. Little Richard - girl can't help it
9. From Bubblegum To Sky - the girls and shoo be doo wop
10. Jennifer Gentle - i do dream you
11. The Channel - inhibition
12. Herbie Hancock - rockit
13. They Might Be Giants - istanbul (not constantinople)
14. Stereo Total - orange mecanique
15. Fiery Furnaces - singlr again
16. Dinosaur, Jr. - little fury things
world premier of Go Home Productions II : Electric Boogaloo!!!
17. Go Home Productions - lose my freedom (Devo vs. Destiny's Child)
18. Count Five - psychotic reaction
19. The Sonnets - feels so good
20. Shooby Taylor - lift ev'ry voice
21. The Cribs - you were always the one
22. Pixies - no. 13 baby
23. Jandek - they told me i was a fool

January 28, 2005 (132)
1. Osmonds - one bad apple
2. Warren Zevon - lawyers guns and money
3. Ulyssess - frustrated
4. The Who - our love was
5. Lloyd Price - stagger lee
6. Patty Zietland and Marcia Bergman - the angry song
7. Sonic Youth - plastic sun
8. Animal Collective - leaf house
9. Led Zeppelin - kashmir
10. The Cramps - mad daddy
11. Free Design - 2002: a hit song
12. Talking Heads - love for sale
13. LCD Sound System - loosing my edge
14. Wesley Willis - rock and roll mcdonalds
15. Donald Fagen - new frontier
16. Runaways - cherry bomb
17. The Jam - that's entertainment
18. Barnes and Barnes - fish heads
19. Prince - i could never take the place of your man
20. Death Cab For Cutie - title and registration
21. Rolling Stones - sway

Friday, January 28, 2005

Shuffle Function Playlist for January 17 - 21st

January 17, 2005 (123)
1. Dambuilders - shrine
2. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra - it don't mean a thing (if it ain't got that swing)
3. M.O.T.O. - dance dance dance to the radio
4. The Happy Faces - spiders and snakes
5. Chris Stamey Experience - mccauley street (let's go downtown)
6. Serge Gainsbourg w/Brigette Bardot - bonnie and clyde
7. The Bees - these are the ghosts
8. Lorretta Lynn - portland, oregon
9. Ryan Adams - firecracker
10. Heartless Bastards - done got old
11. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - miles away (john peel session)
12. Blanket Music - cats corps
13. Comets on Fire - the bee in the cracking egg
14. Cleveland Bound Death Sentence - love american style
15. Blackcat Music - wine in a box
16. Fiery Furnaces - single again
17. Nancy Sinatra - let me kiss you
18. Kings of Leon - king of the rodeo
19. Arcade Fire - (neighborhood #3) power out
20. Swag - eight
21. Coachwhips - oops uh uh
22. Low - when I go deaf
23. The Sadies - coming back

January 18, 2005 (124)
1. Jandek - nancy sings
2. Los Shaines - bully bully
3. Jake Brennan and the Confidence Men - believe me
4. New York Dolls - personality crisis
5. Wildman Fischer - the way we were
6. Uncle Tupelo - i wanna destroy you
7. Rolling Stones - i just want to make love to you
8. The Jags - back of my hand (i got your number)
9. Go Home Productions - rapture riders
10. Jello Biafra and the Melvins - enchanted thought fist
11. Beach Boys - be true to your school
12. Iggy and the Stooges - raw power
13. Futureheads - robot
14. Velvet Underground - rock n roll
15. The Go! Team - bottle rocket
16. John Lee Hooker - boogie chillen'
17. Marianne Faithfull - there is a ghost
18. Archie Woods - snowbird
19. Only Ones - another girl another planet
20. Jennifer Gentle - universal daughter
21. social distortion - mommie's little monster
22. Ze Malibu Kids - vacsination
23. Ac/Dc - ain't no fun (waitin' round to be a millionaire)

January 19, 2005 (125)
1. nazareth - hair of the dog
2. Dressy Bessy - this may hurt (a little)
3. Flamin' Groovies - slow death
4. Rolling Stones - she said yeah
5. Seu Jorge - rebel rebel
6. Folk Implosion - i reserve the right to rock
7. Johnny Cash - sunday morning coming down
8. Carl Perkins - honey don't
9. Jandek - part yesterday
10. Television - friction
11. Patti Smith - new party
12. Abba - take a chance on me (played at a speed of 45, per request)
13. Guided By Voices - everybody thinks i'm a raincloud when i'm not looking
14. Black Mountain - no satisfaction
15. Black Velvet Flag - institutionalized
16. The Replacements - i'll be you
17. The Cramps - tear it up
18. Richard Hell and the Voidoids - love comes in spurts
19. Husker Du - divide and conquer
20. Guitar Wolf - jet generation
21. Nick Drake - hazy jane II
22. The Bees - these are the ghosts

January 20, 2005 (126)
1. The Police - driven to tears
2. Beakers - christmas letter from home
3. Coachwhips - yeah no you wanna
4. West Indian Girl - what are you afraid of?
5. Grant hart - all of my senses
6. Casual Dots - bumble bee
7. Led Zeppelin - rock n roll
8. Lou Reed - what's good
9. Stiff Little Fingers - strummerville
10. Credence Clearwater Revival - fortunate son
11. Jandek - evening sun
12. Smiths - how soon is now?
13. David Bowie - queen bitch
14. Modern Lovers - road runner
15. George W Bush Singers - tennessee
16. Paul Westerberg - mr rabbit
17. Alice Cooper - school's out
18. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - paralyzed
19. Bob Dylan - from a buick six
20. Rilo Kiley - after hours

January 21, 2005 (127)
1. Donna fargo - happiest girl in the whole u.s.a.
2. Ringo Starr - it don't come easy
3. Granddaddy - stray dog and the chocolate shake
4. Four Volts - didn't you use to be invisible?
5. Chris Stamey Experience - shapes of things
6. Losin' Streaks - your love, now
7. The Maytals - pressure drop
8. The Beakers - fig.21
9. x - see how we are
10. Led Zeppelin - dancing days
11. Jandek - hey
12. The Sonnets - movin' on
13. The Runaways - cherry bomb
14. From Bubblegum to Sky - some kind of fantastic
15. Bob Willis and the Texas Playboys - roly poly
16. Deerhoof - milkman
17. Nico - fairest of the seasons
18. Frank Zappa - plastic people
19. Nouvelle vague - love will tear us apart
20. Richard Harris - mcarthur's park

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

GO HOME PRODUCTIONS THIS THURSDAY!

This Thursday, January 27th at six p.m. CST, Shuffle Function is presenting an evening with Go Home Productions. We were incredibly fortunate to snag an interview with Mark Vidler, the gray matter behind GHP, and we are featuring that plus all our favorite GHP mash-ups.

If you don't know what a mash-up is, then tune in. If you want to hear what a mash-up is, then you may as well start with the very best. Go Home Productions is our absolute favorite mash-up artist and we play him all the time on our show. He's probably the most inventive out there with artist combinations and there is a real wit about his work that pays off big time.

Go to the Go Home Productions website to hear Mark's work and read up on him. Plus he currently has a blurb on his site about Thursdays show in which he states that we "have the best breakfast show on radio in the world, ever" because of our playlist. Soooo... absolutely no pressure there.

Did I mention that Wednesday's show has now been declared "Just another show" day?

Also, if you are under the influence of substances you can click on the Go Home Productions link,
then click on the Shuffle Function playlist link, then GHP, then Shuffle Function, over and over like a snake eating its tail and probably be pretty amused for a little bit.

If you get bored with that you can just watch this week's Gilmore Girls, which is the first one in about eight wintery weeks.

So remember: Go Home Productions! This Thursday, January 27th at six p.m.! Only on eighty-nine-seven THE MAVERICK!

P.S.: Listen online at kmsu.org.

Thursday, January 20, 2005

JANDEK? JANDEK JANDEK JANDEK!

JANDEK!

The above link will get you to what is probably the most comprehensive Jandek site on the internet. Why do we have it posted? Well, since I'm on the cusp of yet another sleepless night plagued by dreams of Jandek I thought I'd try to head it off at the pass by chatting a bit about the man.

Jandek. I have a difficult relationship with the music produced by Jandek. It has been described as the music equivalent of being awake for two days straight and having the feeling that your nerves are frayed. I'd say that's a pretty accurate description and yet it doesn't even begin to prepare you for the sounds of Jandek. I had read and heard quite a bit about the man and his music, and I was still caught off guard. You can try and compare it to other music, but the only thing you can compare Jandek to is Jandek. There are people who try to sound like Jandek, but NOBODY sounds like Jandek. I question whether that is even possible to replicate the sounds of Jandek with honesty.

Despite my best efforts, I have yet to embrace Jandek's art. It has been said that if you don't get Jandek at first listen that you never will get it. I hope that's not the case. I try and try to absorb his music, but so far every attempt has been futile. So why, you may ask, do I keep trying? Where to begin...

Jandek has been putting music out for roughly 25 years, releasing 39 albums to date. Four of those came out within the last year. Somehow, despite this constant and determined output of music, he has remained completely enigmatic and anonymous. Nobody truly knows anything at all about the man. The main form of contact with him is through a p.o. box for his record label, Corwood Industries. If you write them you get a typed list of available Jandek music. If you are lucky you may get a handwritten response to inquiries made, but typically no interviews are granted by Jandek.

There was one actual phone interview done by John Trubee for Spin Magazine in 1986 (audio of which is on the DVD Jandek On Corwood. More on that in a bit.) and Jandek did give out some information about himself, but after that interview the doors closed. Occasionally people would make contact and Jandek would call or write with more than the standard single sentence. Those contacts are usually noteworthy within the Jandek circle of listeners as they seem to be fairly rare, and any honest to goodness contact with a man who is a virtual ghost is bound to raise interest.

Despite all this, this past October a man assumed to be Jandek (but only referred to as a representative of Corwood Industries) played his first ever live show at a music festival in Glasgow, Scotland. This news was both exciting and puzzling. Why now, after all these years, did he decide to perform in public? Thank goodness for bootleggers, because somebody had the wits to tape the performance. It is floating around in the shadowy world of P2P. What's even more remarkable is that after all these years of recording music alone, despite the occasional guest appearance of unknown persons, he performed live with two other musicians. How did he hook up with them? Did they know him before the show?

It's a friggin' riddle, and it sucks me in every time. I cannot resist the mystery of Jandek, no matter how difficult his music is.

Recently the DVD for Jandek On Corwood came out. In it there are interviews with music critics, fans, and people who have had contact with Jandek, and the only thing that they are sure of is that nobody knows anything about Jandek. Everybody speculates about him, but nobody really knows him. On the disc you can hear the full recording of John Trubee's interview with Jandek, and as of this writing it appears to be the only known recording of Jandek speaking. Beyond that, the people who appear dissect the man, the myth, and the music.

All of this means that I'm once again sucked in. Big time.

The thing that troubles me is that after I watched the documentary a few times, listened to the full Trubee interview, and we played Jandek's music on the show, I had a night of dreams where I met Jandek. I don't remember any of what he said (which, I suppose, is fitting) but I know that after every dream I woke up with this feeling that I'm not meant to be involved with Jandek. I felt like the dreams meant I should stay away. I don't really get sucked into dream analysis or any of that stuff, but it was hard to ignore the feeling.

So the next day I sent a letter off to Corwood inquiring about purchasing every recording Jandek has released.

How am I supposed to ignore something that triggers such a strong reaction? How?

Shyboy

P.S.: There's an excellent quote in the Jandek documentary that pretty much sums it all up: If you are willing to open the door without looking through the peep-hole, then you are ready for Jandek.

ADDENDUM!
If any of you guys are willing to open the door and actually contact Corwood Industries, could you please mention to them (him) that you've heard Jandek played on KMSU? Not that it would do us a damn bit of good, but it probably wouldn't hurt, either.

Saturday, January 15, 2005

Shuffle Function Playlist for January 10 th - January 14, 2005

January 10, 2005 (118)
1. Elvis Presley - burnin' love
2. The Sonics - louie, louie
3. P.I.L. - swan lake
4. The Jimmy Chamberlin Complex - love is real
5. Charles Steven Page - suddenly
6. Donovan - sunshine superman
7. Billy Bragg - accident waiting to happen
8. Sunshine - what you've got
9. East River pipe - miracle land
10. Long Shore Drift - beasties are my generation
11. Shooby Taylor - tico tico
12. C.W. McCall - convoy
13. Iggy and the Stooges - i wanna be your dog
14. Marianne Faithfull - before the poison
15. Husker Du - eight miles high
16. Howlin' Wolf - 300 pounds of joy
17. Young Heart Attack - misty row
18. Teardrop Explodes - brave boys keep their promises
19. Johnny Cash - the one on the right is the one on the left
20. Glenn Cambell - rhinestone cowboy
21. Nick Drake - three hours
22. The Flaming Sideburns - street survivor
23. Jimmy Reed - i ain't got you
24. Dora Hall - rock n roll medley

January 11, 2005 (119)
1. Spiritualized - sad days lonely nights
2. Talking Heads - puzzlin' evidence
3. Rufus Thomas - - do the funky chicken
4. Low - when i go deaf
5. Chuck Berry - maybelline
6. Beatles - getting better
7. The Dukes of Stratosphere - what in the world?
8. Wesley Willis - rock n roll mcdonalds
9. The Replacements - bastards of young
10. Elvis Costello and the Attractions - oliver's army
11. Smiths - this charming man
12. They Might Be Giants - fingertips
13. Hot Hot Heat - get in or get out
14. Tenacious D - tribute
15. Pixies - there goes my gun
16. William Shatner - that's me trying
17. Red Shadow (The Economic Rock n Roll Band) - understanding marx
18. Roy Orbison and the Teen Kings - ooby dooby
19. Kings of Leon - four kicks
20. 13th Floor Elevators - slip inside this house
21. Daniel Johnston - good morning you

January 12, 2005 (120)
1. David Bowie - 1984
2. The Rolling Stones - memory motel
3. Pia Zadora - all of me
4. Los Pesadillas - quaalude/everybody died
5. Sonic Youth - touch me i'm sick
6. Nichelle Nichols - star trek theme
7. Comsat Angels - waiting for a miracle
8. Four Volts - didn't you use to be invisible
9. The legendary Stardust Cowboy - new jersey turnpike
10. Chris Stamey Experience - shapes of things
11. Boss Hog - win coma
12. Belle and Sebastion - stars of track and field
13. Los Straightjackets - beach bag
14. Talking Heads - psycho killer
15. Pink Floyd - lucifer sam
16. Pixies - winterlong
17. Marvellos - i do
18. The Happys - hey little buttercup

January 13, 2005 (121)
1. Frankie Stein and his Ghouls - chills
2. The 45's - stop at nothing
3. Randy - rockin' pneumonia and the punk rock flu
4. Big Sigh - london to amsterdam
5. Beatifics - almost something there
6. Dallas Orbiter - arise
7. Jandek - white box
8. Frankie Yankovic - hoop de do polka
9. Jennifer Gentle - i do dream you
10. William Shatner - real
11. The Sadies - why be so curious
12. The Come-Ons - sunday drive
13. UFO - too hot to handle
14. Pixies - here comes your man
15. Eileen - ces bottes sort fuites pour marcher
16. Magnetic Fields - luckiest guy on the lower east side
17. Ramones - judy is a punk
18. Public Enemy - bring the noise
19. Leadbelly - where did you sleep last night?
20. Teh Cure - in between days
21. Lothar and the Hand People
22. The Shins - girl inform me
23. Marianne Faithfull - no child of mine
24. Bran Flakes - bottom

January 14, 2005 (122)
1. Elvis Costello and the Attractions - 13 steps lead down
2. R.E.M. - radio free europe
3. A.C. Newman - the battle for straight time
4. The Von Bondies - lack of communication
5. Squeeze - black coffee in bed
6. Led Zeppelin - misty mountain hop
7. Joy Division - digital
8. The Butthole Surfers - who was in my room last night
9. The Clash - brand new cadillac
10. The Spectors - oh how to do now
11. Count Five - psychotic reaction
12. The Pugz - mari in love
13. Guitar Wolf - black rock n roll
14. The Raveonettes - beat city
15. Tom Waits - jockey full of bourbon
16. Go Home Productions - girl wants to say goodbye to rock n roll
17. U2 - all because of you
18. MC5 - ramblin' rose
19. Sleater Kinney - oh!
20. laibach - sympathy for the devil
21. Foghat - slow ride

Friday, January 07, 2005

Shuffle Function Playlist for January 3 - 7, 2005

January 3, 2005 ( 114)
1. Elvis Presley - all shook up
2. Chuck Berry - school days
3. Sam Cooke - you send me
4. Everly Brothers - bye bye love
5. The Crickets - that'll be the day
6. Jerry Lee Lewis - whole lot a shakin' going on
7. Fats Domino - i'm walkin'
8. The Diamonds - the stroll
9. Led Zepplin - whole lotta love
10. Creedence Clearwater Revival - bad moon rising
11. Johnny Cash - boy named sue
12. The Beatles - i want you (she's so heavy)
13. The Rolling Stones - honky tonk women
14. The Who - sparks
15. The 5th Dimension - age of aquarius
16. The Foundations - build me up buttercup
17. Sly and the family Stone - everyday people
18. Archies - sugar sugar
19. Paul McCartney and Wings - silly love songs
20. Elton John and Kiki Dee - don't go breaking my heart
21. Four Seasons - (oh what a night) december, 1963
22. Starland Vocal Band - afternoon delight

January 4, 2005 (115)
1. David Brent - free love remix
2. Society of Rockets - o' sing transformer
3. Stereolab - the emergency kisses
4. The Ventures - walk don't run
5. The Weakerthans - everything must go
6. Jimmy Stewart - rock on the moon
7. Warren Zevon - poor poor pitiful me
8. Metric - wet blanket
9. Keanne - bend and break
10. Replacements - left of the dial
11. Social Distortion - another state of mind
12. Robert Randolph and the Family Band - i need more love
13. Futureheads - a to b
14. Dick Kent - five feet nine and a half inches tall
15. Cibbo Matto - know your chicken
16. Thin Lizzy - cowboy song
17. Plugz - el clavo y la cruz
18. Pixies - monkey gone to heaven
19. Jayhawks - waiting in the wings
20. Elvis Costello - i don't want to go to chelsea
21. Mountain Goats - palmcorder yajna
22. Herb Alpert - lonely Bull

January 5, 2005 (116)
1. Joe Meek - telstar
2. The Gossip - fire/sign
3. The Feelies - high road
4. The Clean - tally ho
5. Wayne - deep bosom woman
6. Cleveland Bound Death Sentence - love american style
7. The Donnas - i don't want to know
8. Black Mountain - no satisfaction
9. Johnny Cash - the man comes around
10. Daniel Johnston - walking the cow
11. Pere Ubu - heart of darkness
12. Abbreviated Ceiling - josephine
13. Buff Medways - troubled mind
14. The Cramps - can your pussy do the dog?
15. Sugar - your favorite thing
16. The Ramones - i wanna be sedated
17. Fiery Furnaces - single again
18. MC5 - i can only give you everything
19. 20 Aeorobic Hits - working my way back to you
20. Suicidal Tendencies - institutionalized
21. Kings of Leon - the bucket
22. The Who - baba o'reilly
23. Stark Effect - eeples and beeneenies

January 6, 2005 (116)
1. Keith Richards - the harder they come
2. The Humabards (with 4 year old twins Drusilla and Susanna) - i've found a hiding place
3. Comsat Angels - waiting for a miracle
4. Two Anonymous Girls - girls just want to have fun
5. Dr Hook - sylvia's mother
6. Sam the Drummer (Sam Ulano) - little red rhumbahood / S.S. Rhythym
7. Stark Effect - think of me
8. Thee Shams - release me
9. X - universal spot
10. Rolling Stones - jumpin' jack flash
11. Sondra Prill - saving all my love for you
12. Sex Pistols - did u no wrong
13. The Futureheads - the city is here for you to use
14. R. Stevie Moore and Shooby Taylor the Human Horn - i'm looking over a four leaf clover
15. Jimmy Mitchell - eres tu
16. Half Japanese - secret
17. Anna Lisa Ingemannson - oxdragarsang
18. Phantom Planet - always on my mind
19. Eno - baby's on fire
20. Monkees - what am i doing hanging around

January 7, 2005 ( 117)
1. Charlie Dore - pilot of the airwaves
2. Rockwells - lou says
3. Velvet Underground - what goes on
4. Flying Saucer Attack - flying saucer attack (A Houseguests' Wish)
5. The Kinks - big sky
6. Free Design - michelle
7. The Shins - caring is creepy
8. XTC - the man who sailed around his soul
9. Fraudots - a-go see
10. William Shatner - common people
11. Fiery Furnaces - duffer st. george
12. Iggy Pop - real wild child
13. Wilco - i am trying to break your heart
14. Spearmint - the beautiful things
15. The Muffs - really really happy
16. Bran Flakes - hi fi
17. Elvis Presley - that's alright
18. Turn ons - p.s. i love you
19. John Cale - twilight zone
20. Saturday Looks Good To Me - underwater heartbeat
21. Black Lipstick - corporate happy hour
22. Ferrante and Teicher - superstar
23. Super Furry Animals - play it cool

Monday, January 03, 2005

Shuffle Function Playlist for December 27th - 31st

December 27th, 2004 (109)
1. Allen O'Day - undercover angel
2. Rolling Stones - monkey man
3. B.J. Snowden - falling in and out
4. Stereolab - op hop detonation
5. The Incredible Moses Leroy - fuzzy
6. Little Walter - dead presidents
7. Barry Manilow - this one's for you
8. Lou Rawls - you'll never find another love like mine
9. The Who - a legal matter
10. Kiss N' Ride - the last train to saintsville
11. sex pistols - god save the queen
12. The JB's - the grunt (pt 1 + 2)
13. Taj Mahal - ain't that a lot of love
14. Le Tigre - tell you know
15. A and D - deceptafreakon
16. Plugz - hombre secreto
17. Franz Gal - daddy da da
18. Yeah Yeah Yeah - miles away
19. Dureforsog - traffix
20. National Lampoon - megaphone newsreel
21. The Who - a quick one, while he's away
22. Pono - the universe is sound
23. My Morning Jacket - death is the easy way
24. Herschell Gordon Lewis with the Amazing Pink Holes - the south is going to rise again (2000 maniacs theme)
25. Whiskey Biscuit - santa anna delta blues

December 28, 2004 (110)
1. Pete Yorn - life on a chain
2. BarKays - son of shaft
3. Daniel Johnston - my life is starting over again
4. They Might Be Giants - it's kicking in
5. The Out Cast - you gat a call me
6. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - paralyzed
7. The Cramps - she said
8. Patsy Cline - i fall to pieces
9. Mandy Cousins - titania
10. Friends Like These - 7th St. Queen
11. Lou Reed - real good time together
12. Ariel Pink - haunted graffiti
13. Alarm Clocks - it's all over now
14. Go Home Productions - baby's got a crazy horse
15. Trachtenberg Family Slideshow Players - mountain trip to japan 1959
16. Frank Zappa - plastic people
17. Bo Diddley - heart-o-matic love
18. Frankie Yankovic - who stole the keshka?
19. Built to Spill - joyride
20. X - the world's a mess / it's in my kiss
21. Hellacopters - better than you
22. Devo - gut feeling
23. Dallas Orbiter - bed of stars
24. Wanda Jackson - hard headed woman

December 29, 2004 (111)
1. Go Home Productions - jacko under pressure
2. Jimi Hendrix - are you experienced?
3. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - there she goes my beautiful world
4. Abba - dancing queen
5. Talking Heads - road to nowhere
6. Weakerthans - confessions of a futon revolutionist
7. Go Home Productions - no feeling for Cher
8. Shadows of Knight - I'm gonna make you mine
9. The Big Bopper - chantilly lace
10. Go Home Productions - union city noise
11. The Who - emminence front
12. Casiotone For The Painfully Alone - it just wasn't the same somehow
13. Go Home Productions - karmastition
14. Wannadies - friends
15. David Byrne - a million miles away
16. Susan Christie - i love onions
17. Pixies - here comes your man
18. U2 - city of blinding lights
19. Rolling Stones - dead flowers
20. Go Home Productions - ray of gob

December 30, 2004 (112)
1. Saturday Looks Good To Me - all over town
2. Go Home Productions - ray of gob
3. Silver Sunshine - velvet skies
4. Beatles - while my guitar gently weeps
5. Blanket Music - you shouldn't have said that
6. Komeda - frolic
7. The Clash - police and thieves
8. Dillinger Four - hand made hard times handed back
9. Raveonettes - attack of the ghost riders
10. Olivia Tremor Control - silver bug
11. Wedding Present - red shoes by the drugstore
12. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - as i gaze (mixed emotion)
13. Paybacks - black girl / payback blues
14. Kaisers - just a little bit
15. Joy Division - love will tear us apart
16. Television - marquee moon
17. Talking Heads - life during wartime
18. Dead Kennedys - holiday in cambodia
19. Patti Smith - gloria

December 31, 2004 (113)
1. Jethro Tull - song of jeffrey
2. Teardrop Explodes - brave boys keep their promises
3. New York Dolls - trash
4. The faint - drop kick the punks
5. Georgina Dobson and Cupboard Simon - the message
6. AC/DC - tnt
7. They Might Be Giants - xtc vs. adam ant
8. XTC - life begins at the hop
9. The Brady Bunch - time to change
10. Velvet Underground - waiting for the man
11. Don Amot K of C - sweet root down
12. Judson Fountain - captain hale
13. Sonic Youth - dude ranch nurse
14. Mole - stuck in the 80's
15. Tiny Tim - stairway to heaven
16. The Trashmen - bird dance beat
17. Guitar Wolf - jet beer
18. Frank Black and the Catholics - if it takes all night
19. The Replacements - i will dare
20. Richard Harris - McArthur's park
21. Tom Waits - innocent when you dream (78)