Rock n’ Roll Pest Control: Basementcast #15

February 9, 2011 at 11:19 pm | Posted in Basementcast, Music, Podcasts | 2 Comments

Basementcast number fifteen was designed specifically to stamp out pests.  Be it the criter kind or the pesky rock n’ roll kind.  Oh, you know the type.  That song you accidentally hear down the hall, in the Gap or in your mom’s car that you can’t get out of your head.  You keep singing the chorus and then form a quizical look on your face that says why in the hell did I just sing that?  This baemenctcast was specifically desingned to erradicate those nuisance songs from your brain and fill it with ‘worthy’ songs to belt out at the stop light, in line at the coffee shop or any old place.

download: basementcast #15 (~175 Mb)

Tracklist:
Arabesque – Orchestre de studio from Apres Ski
Continental – Jonny from Candyfloss

Best Album – Vic Godard & The Subway Sect from We Come As Aliens
Landlocked – BOAT from Dress Like Your Idols
That’s Your Red Wagon – Anita O’Day/Cal Tjader from Time For Two

Speed Queen – Les Molies from Kumcat
A Hundred Days Of Snow – The Little Penguins from Shapes And Shadows
Unusual Sounds – The Sneetches from  Sometimes That’s All We Have

Springstung – Sweet Bulbs from Sweet Bulbs
So High – Ringo Deathstarr from Colour Trip
Fanci Pantz – Cotton Candy from Top-Notch & First-Rate

Get Away – Yuck from Yuck
U.F.O. – Jim Sullivan from U.F.O.
Drive Me To The Park – The Embarrassment from Heyday 1979-83

Shari Vari – The Dirtbombs from Party Store
Wanderlust – Chrisma from Chinese Restaurant
The Cuban – Honeydrum from Honeydrum

Nectar – Still from Nectar
Cameo – Boomgates from Bright Idea 7-inch
Golden Lights – Twinkle from Golden Lights

Should Be Gone – The Feelies from Here Before
Sur Ton Répondeur – Notre Dame from Chansons Françaises
Stiff Joints – Yuni In Taxco from Sanpaku

Go! – Mind Spiders from Mind Spiders
The Helicopter Spies – Swell Maps from Jane From Occupied Europe
Cement Surfboard – Sic Alps from Napa Asylum

Oh, The Divorces! – Tracey Thorn from Love And Its Opposite

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  1. The Sneetches were an awesome band but vinyls are quite difficult to find wich is sad (sad too is the fact that they are so much unknown these days)

    • Alex, I think Sneetches vinyl is easier to come by over here. Not to rub it in, but I just picked up Slow for $4.


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