Monday, April 25, 2011


APRIL 18, 2011 (1742)
1. Beach Boys - Good Vibrations (Early Take)
2. Unkle - Money & Run
3. Marianne Faithfull - Desperanto
4. William Shatner - That's Me Trying
5. Listening -See You Again
6. Carnivores - I Like to Be Confused (I Love You)
7. Wye Oak - Civilian
8. Zombies - Walking In the Sun
9. Shutter To Think - Red House
10. Bingo Gazingo - Is This The Chicken Market?
11. Black Angels - Black Grease
12. Cave Singers - All land Crabs and Divinity Ghosts
13. Jad Fair - Red Dress
14. Velvet Underground - I Can't Stand It
15. Vivian Girls - I Heard You Say
16. 13th Floor Elevators - Til Then
17. Dusty Springfield - Son of A Preacher Man
18. the Kinks - Everybody's Gonna Be Happy

April 19th, 2011 (1743)
1. Beach Boys - Heroes and Villains (alternate take)
2. Deerhoof - +81
3. The Raveonettes - Ignite
4. The Yardbirds - Think About It
5. The Death Set - Can You See Straight?
6. Boat - King Kong
7. Robin Kahn - You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman
8. Sparklehorse and Dangermouse with David Lynch - Starry eyes (I can't catch it)
9. John Lennon and Yoko Ono with the Mothers of Invention- (Well) Baby Please Don't Go
10. Rolling Stones - Let It Rock
11. Velvet Underground - Foggy Notion
12. Derek and the Dominoes - Got To get Better in a Little While
13. Bruce Springsteen - Racing in the Streets (live from the Carousel, 1978)
14. Nirvana - Son of a Gun
15. Jack Murdian - Downlaoding the Repertoire

April 20th, 2011 (1744)
1. Wilco - I Must Be high
2. Sonic Youth - Antenna
3. Low - Try to Sleep
4. Gram Parsons - Return of the Grevious Angel
5. Neil Young - A Man Needs a Maid/Heart of Gold Suite
6. Radiohead - Lotus Flower
7. Can - Don't Turn The Light on Leave Me Alone
8. Tom Waits - World Keeps Turning
9. Rasputin's Stash - Mr. Cool
10. Elvis Costello and the Imposters - Go Away
11. Crystal Stilts - Sycamore Tree
12. Nick Drake - Fruit Tree
13. Nico - I'll Keep It With Mine
14. Free Design - A Man and A Woman
15. Dukes of Stratosphere - You're My Drug
16. Red Pens - Children and The Kids
17. Billy Nayer Show - Love Smiles

April 21st, 2011 (1745)
1. Madness - One Step Beyond
2. Serge Gainsbourg - Requiem Pour Un Con
3. Airwaves - Knockout
4. Zombies - Care of Cell 44
5. Those Darlins - Hives
6. The Shangrilas - Remember Walking in the Sand
7. Igor Boxx - Downfall
8. Gene Marshall - All You Need is a Fertile Mind
9. Noonday Undeground - London
10. The Who - Leaving Here
11. Al Hirt - Moo Moo
12. Franke and Woody Show - Wishin' and Hopin'
13. Leonard Cohen - Waiting for the Miracle
14. Little Comets - Johanna
15. The Joy Formidable - Austere
16. Lou Reed and John Cale - Trouble with a Classicist
17. The Kinks - Sleepwalker


Maverick Slim: Birthday boy and world champion.

This is the super cool poster Shelley commissioned for Shyboy's birthday.

Microwave bacon is surprisingly delicious.

Bottomless Toast and Bacon.

Shyboy got his niece all hopped up on coffee.

Then She Thought She Was Professor Lupin.
1. Kelley Stoltz - wave goodbye
2. Rolling Stones - sway
3. Smith Westerns - weekend
4. The Hold Steady - stuck between stations
5. Rolling Stones - rocks off
6. Acid House Kings - do what you want to do
7. SunVolt - down to the wire
8. Sun Ra - somewhere in space
9. Steinski - jazz
10. Glenn Campbell - rhinestone cowboy
11. Rolling Stones - live with me
12. Atul Shah - toast popper
13. Sex Pistols - no fun
14. Wildman Fischer - monkeys vs. donkeys
15. Breeders - cannonball
16. Rolling Stones - jigsaw puzzle
17. J Mascis - several shades of why
18. Yuck - holing out
19. Fleshtones - I wish you would

Thursday, April 21, 2011


UPDATE: The videos have been taken down already. I think they are going to be widely available all over the place on the 29th.


Part One

Part Two

Part Three

Wednesday, April 20, 2011


I've been on a bit of a Nick Drake bender since I picked up the Fruit Tree set a few weeks ago. He's just one of those guys I have to dive into when I start listening to him.

One of the great tragedies of Nick Drake's legacy is that there is no film or video of him performing or being interviewed. We're left with photographs and the music, and I suppose the fact that he only exists in these perfect moments enhances his legacy. One thing I did find while looking around on youtube was this documentary that was included in the Fruit Tree reissue that came out a few years ago. It's about an hour long, but it's pretty moving. Nick's story isn't a happy one, but I'm glad people are celebrating him.


Sunday, April 17, 2011


Record Store Day 2011 at Tune Town was yet another blast! People were lined up before opening to snap up all the cool exclusives available that day, and that is something that will never get old.

We played THREE HOURS of Shuffle Function Radio Roulette, which was hit or miss because we didn't make an offering to the Radio Gods before hand. When will we learn?

Check out the photo highlights!

I suspect you may hear some of these releases on the morning show next week.

DON'T FORGET ABOUT OUR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT CONCERNING THE BIG BIG PRIZE WINNER ON MONDAY MORNING'S SHOW! Shyboy Tim and I will be giving away a one year family membership to the Mankato YMCA and a Nintendo Wii to one lucky winner who made a pledge to KMSU before the end of the 24 Hour Shuffle Function Pledge Drive A-Go-Go. We wanted to wait until the Spring Pledge Drive was over, and thought we could make tax day a little more exciting! Stay tuned for further information!


APRIL 11, 2011 (1737)
1. Bonzo Dog Band - in the canyons of your mind
2. The Stovall Sisters - hang on in there
3. The Joy Formidable - buoy
4. Stereolab - op hop detonation
5. Curtis Mayfield - (don't worry) if there is a hell below we're going to go
6. Those Darlins - screw got loose
7. John Doe and The Sadies - a fool such as I
8. Dangermouse and Sparklehorse w/David Lynch - dark night of the soul
9. Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band - when big Joan sets up
10. Dr. John - (everybody wants to get rich) right away
11. The Shaggs - Shaggs own thing
12. Judson Fountain - garbage can from Thailand
13. 13th Floor Elevators - slip inside this house

APRIL 12, 2011 (1738)

1. Fred Wesley and The Horny Horns - four play
2. Sea and Cake - up on crutches
3. Belle and Sebastian - la pastie de la bourgouise
4. Raveonettes - ignite
5. Heidecker and Woods - cross country skiing
6. Simon and Garfunkel - keep the customer satisfied
7. Beach Boys - hang on to your ego
8. Aretha Franklin - rock steady baby
9. Low - majesty/magic
10. Neil Young - walk with me
11. Billy Nayer Show - love smiles
12. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - (as I gaze) mixed emotions
13. Crystal Stilts - half a moon
14. Natural Bridge Bunch - pig snoots pt. 1

APRIL 13, 2011 (1739)
1. Bob Dylan - love minus zero/no limit
2. Don Covay and The Jefferson Lemon Blues Band - suki suki
3. The Death Set - I miss you Beau Velaso
4. Langley School Music Project - Saturday night
5. Belle and Sebastian - here comes the sun
6. Beatles - it's all too much (mono)
7. Johnny Cameron and The Camerons - funky John
8. Wilson Pickett - engine no. 9
9. Yuck - suicide policeman
10. Beach Boys - baby blue eyes
11. DJ BC - can't you hear biz knockin'?
12. Deerhoof - your'e our number 2
13. Mummy The Peep Show - boys don't cry
14. IsIs - eating hour glasses

APRIL 14, 2011 (1740) ALL VINYL MORNING SHOW (pt. 2)
1. Songs To Wear Pants to - theme to Shuffle Function
2. Kelley Stoltz - I don't get that

3. Yardbirds - train kept a rollin'
4. Husker Du - chastity, charity, prudence and hope
5. Freddie Hench and The Soul Settlers - funky to the bone

6. Quintron - mobile float skit
7. Sonic Youth - bull in the heather
8. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - gun nut/fruit nut and Mr. Songwriter

9. Replacements - answering machine
10. Jack Palance - Hannah

11. Rolling Stones - route 66 (mono)

12. Mrs. Miller - a hard days night
13. The Who - Armenia (city in the sky)

14. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - dynamite

15. Mr. F (Paul Westerberg) - this machine

APRIL 15, 2011 (1741)
1. Philemon Wehbe - hamburger
2. Toru and Kojima - god only knows
3. Bill Boyce - hooters galore
4. unknown - Ben I miss you/Ben
5. National Fuel Gas Distribution Company - cookin' with gas
6. Ken Defeudis - desperado
7. Tim Hutt - lottery song
8. Gordon Thomas - the shower song
9. Moritz - bohemian rhapsody
10. unknown - Queen medley
11. Congresswoman Malinda Jackson Parker - cousin mosquito #2
12. unknown girls - I've had the time of my life
13. Andy - muscle
14. Shooby Taylor - stout hearted man


APRIL 4, 2011 (1733)
1. Bjork - army of me
2. J Mascis - where are you?
3. Kurt Vile - baby's arms
4. Smiths - asleep
5. The Kinks - strangers
6. John Cale - fear is a man's best friend
7. The Stooges - search and destroy
8. Yuck - georgia
9. Matthew Sweet and Susannah Hoffs - hello, it's me
10. Evening Rig - never been 'er
11. The Stooges - real cool time
12. Pixies - where is my mind?
13. Beatles - tomorrow never knows (stereo)
14. Pink Floyd - interstellar overdrive
15. Fleshtones - daytripper

APRIL 5, 2011 (1734)
1. The Bill Nayer Show - love smiles

2. Wall Of Voodoo - mexican radio
3. Stan Ridgeway and Stewart Copeland - don't drop the soap (for anyone else but me)
4. Prince - forever in my life
5. 'Allo Darlin' - the polaroid song
6. Little Richard - brown sugar
7. The Haunted - 1.2.5.
8. Arcade Fire - ready to start
9. Smokey Robinson and The Miracles - going to a go go
10. Doris - beat maker
11. Danielson - but I don't want to sing about guitars
12. The Thrills - deck chairs and cigarettes
13. Bruce McCollouch - vigil
14. Nirvana - where did you sleep last night?
15. Freelance Hellraiser - smells like booty

APRIL 6, 2011 (1735)
1. Rasputin's Stash - Mr. Cool
2. Pixies - Velouria

3. Low - try to sleep
4. Oliphant - get out of my life woman
5. Haze - are you free?
6. Crystal Stilts - sycamore tree
7. Pixies - monkeys gone to heaven
8. Tate - eight days on the road
9. The Who - a quick one (while he's away)
10. Deerhoof - basketball get your groove on
11. Holmes - pop popcorn children
12. Heidecker and Wood - right or wrong
13. Shankar - jumping jack flash
14. Pixies - debaser

APRIL 7, 2011 (1736)
1. Philmore Jr. - funky canyon
2. Vivian Girls - I heard you say
3. Fleshtones - bite of my soul
4. Afghan Whigs - Mr. Superlove
5. Clarence Wheeler and The Enforcers - right on
6. Dondero Accapella Choir and Pop Concert Instruments - more than a feeling
7. Black Neil Diamond - I'm a believer
8. Lulu - feelin' allright
9. Ike and Tina Turner - I've been loving you too long
10. Luther Ingram - if loving you is wrong I don't want to be right
11. Gram Parsons - streets of Baltimore
12. Dum Dum Girls - there is a light that never goes out
13. Titus Turner - do you dig it?
14. LCD Soundsystem - jump in the fire

Friday, April 15, 2011


Hey, we need one more person and we'll have 200 fans on Facebook. You're already wasting time on the interwebs if you are looking at this page, so go there now!


It's days like this that serve as a profound reminder of why it's so amazing to be a part of KMSU. This morning, between six and eight a.m., WE RAISED THE FINAL $1500 NEEDED FOR THE ENTIRE PLEDGE DRIVE! Thank you! We never doubted your generosity, your belief in this station, or your keen fashion sense.

We spent this morning playing our favorite outsider musicians, which is something we've been doing since our first show ten years ago, and you guys really stepped up in response. You know that there is no other station in this area where you can hear people like Shooby Taylor, Congresswoman Malinda Jackson Parker, The Legendary Stardust Cowboy, Wildman Fischer, and so many more that you REQUEST on a regular basis. It's a real source of pride that KMSU listeners appreciate these underdogs of music.

Thanks again, Radio Heroes. You are the best listeners in the world.

There's just one more thing on the pledge drive related agenda you guys might want to check out. This Saturday night, from 11 to Midnight, The Five Count is offering up four pairs of tickets to the upcoming Pixies show in the cities. Be one of the first four to pledge $100 or more during this show and you can get them! If you have never seen the Pixies before, then this is your chance. They put on an amazing show.

UPDATE: It gets even cooler with the Pixies tickets! Since the pledge drive ended early, The Five Count is now GIVING THEM AWAY! Listen for how you can win Saturday night from 11 to midnight on KMSU 89.7/KMSK 91.3 or GOOD LUCK!

Thursday, April 14, 2011


I just got off the phone with Gully and he said we are now about $1,500 bucks away from our KMSU Pledge Drive goal. That is great news - and thank you once again to all the Radio Heroes out there who have stepped up and pledged to KMSU.

Shyboy Tim and I would love to end the KMSU Spring Pledge Drive during tomorrow morning's show. We can only do this with your help. If you have yet to make your pledge, please consider doing so during the morning show. Every pledge counts and every pledge gets us that much closer to the goal.

If you think about it, all we need is for 15 listeners to step up and pledge $100 for a day sponsor or the What It Is Box Set or a Shuffle Function Program Director For A Day.

If you think about it even more, all we need is 30 listeners to step up and pledge $50 for the new Shuffle Function t-shirt.

AND if you think about even harder, if 60 listeners pledged $25 for the Crypt Of Neonthropic Underground Televison DVD.

We will see you in the morning Shuffle Functioneers. I hope that the adorable animals in cups have persuaded you to support cute and adorable radio. Shelley



Thanks to all who pledged!

We're playing all vinyl on both the morning and nighttime Shuffle Function shows this Thursday, and to sweeten the deal in these agonizing final days of the Spring Pledge Drive we've rounded up some exclusive swag (in the spirit of Record Store Day, this Saturday @ Tune Town)

Pledge $75 and you can get a STILL SEALED vinyl copy of The Legendary Stardust Cowboy's Rocket To Stardom LP, which has classics like I Walk A Hot Wind, Dynamite, Shootout On The CB Channel, and re-recordings of Paralyzed and Who's Knockin' On My Door. PLUS, you'll get a 24 x 36 official poster from the historic KMSU Listener Appreciation Show featuring The Fleshtones and The Ledge! There is only ONE of these.

These have been in storage for nearly 25 years in Shyboy's parent's basement and they are in very good condition, having never been used in any record store displays. This is Shyboy Tim's favorite Replacements album, and the poster is gonna look great on your wall. We only have FOUR of these.

Once this swag is gone it is GONE, and it is only available during Shuffle Function from six to eight a.m. and from six to seven p.m. on Thursday the 14th of April. PLEDGE NOW! 507-389-5678 or 1-800-456-7810, or send an e-mail to with your name, address, phone and the amount you would like to pledge. We'll fill out the paperwork and send you a bill.


Wednesday, April 13, 2011



It's getting close to the end of the drive and there's still a long way to go to reach our goal. Honestly, at this point it can get a little depressing with the phones getting quieter and quieter. We realize that many of you radio heroes have stepped up and made your pledges, and for that we are grateful. Please, if you have not yet made a pledge, we need you to step up and help KMSU out. Your contribution means the world to us.

On Thursday we're gonna do an all vinyl show. We realized after the vinyl portion of the Pledge Drive A-Go-Go that there was still so much that we haven't played, and it's a blast to spin vinyl, anyway. Plus, it seemed like an appropriate lead in to Record Store Day, which happens on Saturday, April 16th. Tune Town is the location in Mankato for celebrating independent record stores, and we'll be playing Shuffle Function Radio Roulette starting when the doors open. It's an all vinyl game of chance, and you can help us out by drawing numbers, flipping coins and rolling dice. BE THERE!

Call now with your pledge. 507-389-5678 or 1-800-456-7810, or visit and click on the donate button. Thanks.

PS: We're gonna have a couple of Vinyl Morning Show exclusives for swag!

Sunday, April 10, 2011


We've had a great start to the pledge drive! Thanks to everybody that has pledged so far. You are all radio heroes, and you have stepped up and done your part to keep independent radio alive in Southern Minnesota, Northern Iowa, and THE WORLD.

Currently the station is at just over 15,000 dollars, which is 10,000 short of the goal. That's a great place to be, but experience tells me and Shelley that this is the part of the drive where it is most difficult to get people to pitch it. It's kind of a scary position to be in, really.

Only 10% of public media listeners take that extra step to give to their favorite stations. TEN PERCENT. I know that for years I was among that 90% that listened or watched and assumed that pledge drives were just something that stations did, but I can tell you from experience at KMSU that the drives are LITERALLY do or die.

KMSU is in a very precarious position right now, because much of the grant money we have relied on for years to keep operations running smoothly is in jeopardy. The economy has created a crazy budget cut situation that is getting a little too real around here. Honestly, if we lose that money we're kind of screwed. That's why now, more than ever, we need you to do your part.

I'm gonna post the swag again at the end of this post. Please look it over and see if there is anything that might entice you to give a little bit to keep the station healthy. The swag starts kicking in at the $25 dollar level, but any donation makes a difference, even if it's only ten bucks. Call 507-389-5678 or 1-800-456-7810 and help us out. It only takes a moment, and it'll make you feel good about giving.

You can also go to and click the donate link, fill out the web form and you're done. OR you could send us an e-mail at with your name, address, phone number, and the amount you'd like to pledge and we'll just bill you. Remember, you can put it on a credit card, you be sent a bill, or you could make payments. We want to make this as easy for you as possible, gang.

Thanks for all you do. We really really appreciate it.


And now... THE SWAG!

$25 - CRYPT OF UNDERGROUND NEANTHROPIC TELEVISION 4 DVD!Every Spring we arrive at the station and find a small paper bag waiting in our mailbox from Mr. Specific. He spends his year collecting and compiling oddball eye candy for our viewing pleasure, and this year's DVD is among his oddest. Add this fourth installment of the Crypt series to your weird cinema collection today!


It is really hard to believe that we've been at it for ten years. Even after all this time it's still the most fun either of us have had, and for some insane reason the two hours we spend every weekday morning on the show are usually the best two hours of our day. For our tenth anniversary we've done a redesign of our very first t-shirt, which went out of print instantly has been unavailable since the very first 24 Hour Pledge Drive A-Go-Go nine years ago. It has been our most requested shirt, and we hope that you like it so much that you can't possibly live without it. The color appears kind of gray in this image, but in reality it's more of a sandy beige. With the black and white of the silkscreen image it turned out pretty striking, so pledge now and specify size!

Available in small, medium, large, extra large, and XXL.


SPECIAL MUSIC GEEK VALUE PACK! When you pledge $65 you will get the new Crypt of Underground Neanthropic Television DVD, as well as the Shuffle Function 10th Anniversary shirt, plus you save yourself ten bucks! Don't forget that the DVD can be used as a coaster and the shirt can be used as a rag. SO MANY OPTIONS! SO MUCH VALUE!


KMSU is one of only a few stations that carries World Cafe with David Dye, and when you pledge to get the World Cafe CD you help ensure that we can continue offering this amazing program to you. Each year there is a new collection of unique in-studio performances available from some of today's top artists, so be sure to pick up the new CD. Fans of Echoes can also pick up a new CD from Featured echoes artists.


This set is completely unbelievable. Four CDs of some of the rarest and funkiest tracks around, all packaged in the kind of gorgeous set that only Rhino Records can compile. There are over 80 tracks, all of which are explored in the extensive booklet filled with a treasure trove of information.

The music has been compiled from the archives of Atlantic, Atco & Warner Bros. Records, as well as from numerous small regional labels. It would cost tens of thousands of dollars to collect the original releases in this set, so you are cutting loads of time and money out of the equation by picking this up. You'll find lots of familiar names (Aretha Franklin, Charles Wright, The Barkays) but you'll also find even more names that you've never come across. Better yet, you've probably never heard the vast majority of these tracks, and take it from us... these tracks KILL. The reaction from other KMSU hosts when they found out the station was offering this was the kind of excitement that only music geeks can summon.

Trust us. This set will cause the danceless to dance, the funkless to funk, and give soul to the soulless.


BEST SHUFFLE FUNCTION VALUE! If you want to make the most of your pledge drive dollar, then you gotta go for this one. As Program Director For The Day you get to join us on the Shuffle Function Morning Show and control the musical destiny of Southern Minnesota, Northern Iowa, and THE WORLD! You control the playlist, we just push buttons and talk too much. PLUS you get the brand new Shuffle Function Tenth Anniversary shirt, PLUS you get the new Crypt of Underground Neanthropic Television 4 DVD, PLUS you get a CD copy of your two hours of radio magic to prove that you were actually up at an insane hour of the day.


When you become a day sponsor on KMSU you get to have a day of programming dedicated to you. This could be something as simple as a message being read through the day in honor of a special even or person, or it could be a more elaborate tribute to a musician, like when we've done day long tributes to Bob Dylan or John Lennon. Come up with an idea and we'll see if we can swing it. You support the station and you get to dedicate the day. Pretty sweet.

The pledge drive is now going on! The phone numbers are 507-389-5678 or 1-800-456-7810 to call and pledge, or you can go to and click the donate button. Just fill out the quick online form, select your swag and you're done!

You can be billed or you can put it on a credit card today. You can make payments. Basically, we want to make this as easy as we can for you, because without you we don't exist.

Thanks a ton, you guys. You are all radio heroes.


five p.m. to six p.m.

1. The Only Ones - Another Girl Another Planet
2. Husker Du - Eight Miles High
3. The Modern Lovers - Roadrunner
4. Guitar Wolf - Summertime Blues
5. The Fleshtones - All Around The World
6. MC5 - Skunk (Sonically Speaking)
7. Legendary Stardust Cowboy - New Jersey Turnpike
8. Stumpus Maximus - Please Release Me
9. Elvis Costello and the Attractions - What's So Funny About Peace Love and Understanding

Saturday, April 09, 2011

Thanks to everybody that joined us for the post-marathon Grind-Fu Cinema! The turnout was great, and we hope to see you May 28th for the TWELVE HOUR FILM MARATHON!


GRIND-FU IS ON! Shelley figured stuff out, so tell her she's awesome when you see her.


HEY! THE GEAR IS TORN APART IN THE GRIND-FU THEATER! NOBODY BOTHERED TO TELL US! Check back here to see if it is even going on tonight.



Shyboy Tim and Shelley with Team Sister (and Sister Brother)

Good Morning Radio Heroes! Tim and I are once again humbled and amazed at all of the support KMSU listeners showed us during the Shuffle Function 24 Hour Pledge Drive A-Go-Go. It was another great success, and KMSU is now about 2/3 the way towards hitting our goal of $25,000.

Tim and I will be posting alot more content and photos from the marathon - we just never had the time during the marathon to do more!!

Thanks once again to Team Sister and honorary member Sister Brother. We could not do what we have to do with out you!!

Tonight we have a bonus Grind-Fu Cinema in store for you!! It is the least that we can do to thank you for your support during the marathon - and a chance for Shyboy Tim and I to decompress.

GRIND-FU CINEMA PRESENTS STINGRAY SAM AND THE AMERICAN ASTRONAUT Saturday, April 9th @ 7:00pm Wiecking 220 Auditorium Minnesota State University, Mankato FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE!

Join us the day after the Shuffle Function 24 Hour Pledge Drive A-Go-Go for a special celebratory Grind-Fu Cinema screening! We'll be showing two super fun films by Cory McAbee, who wrote, directed and starred in both. His band did the music, too. We're talking Renaissance man here, people. The films are Stingray Sam and The American Astronaut. The best way to describe both is to say that they are steampunk cowboy movies... in space! Another way would be to say that they are hilarious and catchy and a blast. Also, THEY ARE FREE! That's right, Grind-Fu Cinema is free! We'll be showing both films starting at seven p.m. in Wiecking 220 Auditorium on April 9th. Bring your friends and some snacks and sodas and settle in for a kick ass night of movies.

I'm The New Boy In Town! Where Can I Go?

Here is the American Astronaut trailer: And here is the Stingray Samtrailer:

Friday, April 08, 2011

Hour Twenty-Three Playlist


1. The Backbeat Band-money (that's what i want)
2. The Who-a quick one (while's he away)
3. The Undertones-teenage kicks
4. The Spectors-oh how to do now
5. The Ramones-judy is a punk
6. Natural Bridge Bunch-pig snoots pt.1
7. The Foundations-jerking the dog
8. Brian Jonestown Massacre-oh lord
9. The Beatles-it's all too much (stereo)