Bang, kids! BANG!! This evening's experiment in the visceral effect of sustained musical gunfire and tuneful barrage is principally conducted by Bad Sister Heidi, with Father Angus and Rev. Velveteen keeping the ammo and gunpowder in ample supply. We want to shoot you...full of happiness...and keep firing until we see the reds of your third eyes.

The Breeders - Happiness Is a Warm Gun - Pod
Warren Zevon - Roland, The Headless Thompson Gunner - Excitable Boy
Nick Cave - The Kindness of Strangers - Murder Ballads
Johnny Cash - Mister Garfield - Murder
Original Cast - Everybody's Got the Right - Assassins soundtrack (Q)

Spiritualized - Borrowed Your Gun - Songs in A & E*
The Boomtown Rats - I Don't Like Mondays - The Fine Art of Surfacing (Q)
cLOUDDEAD - Son of a Gun - Ten
M.I.A. - Paper Planes - Kala
Nouvelle Vague - Guns of Brixton - Nouvelle Vague

Mink Stole - Sometimes I Wish I Had a Gun - A Date with John Waters (VA)
Betty Wright - Mr. Lucky - Eccentric Soul (VA)
Original Cast - Shoot FDR? - Assassins soundtrack

Jimi Hendrix - Machine Gun - Live at the Fillmore East

Gangster Fun - I'd Buy a Gun - Time Flies When You're...
Firewater - Storm Warning - Songs We Should Have Written

Vanity 6 - Sex Shooter - Vanity 6 (Q)
Raphael Sadeeq - Rifle Love -
Ray Ray
Rick James - Love Gun - Lost in Translation soundtrack
Negativland - Sycamore - Escape from Noise
Southern Culture on the Skids - Shotgun - Plastic Seat Sweat

Leslie Hall - Zombie Killer -
Door Man's Daughter
Steinski - The Motorcade Sped On - What Does It All Mean?* (Q)
The Dirtbombs - It's Not Fun Until They See You Cry - We Have You Surrounded

Hour of Slack #1172

* = New release
(R) = Request
(Q) = Question, comment, or concern from the listening public
(VA) = Various artists compilation

1 comment:

John said...

w00t! I found the song I was looking for. I called the station during your show and asked about a song that I described as 'second or third' with a rap/reggae sound to it. (turns out I was a few songs off on that one but the description was about right) I tracked down your blog and found it was M.I.A's Paper Planes for which I was looking.

Great show!