Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio

Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #173

After a record-setting hiatus, Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio is back at it again w/ a new hour-plus episode of sub-underground whatever from the last six decades or so. If you’re still here, thanks for being here. New stuff this time, on episode #173, is from FRIENDLY BOYFRIEND, MYRIAM GENDRON, MOUNTAIN MOVERS, FAMOUS MAMMALS, MAXINE FUNKE and FAKE NUDES + newly-unearthed material from MARS (pictured) and THE DENTS. Gaps are filled by world-class musicians such as V3, The Cramps, Pastiche, Fully Glazed, Dick Johnson and more….!

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Track listing:

FRIENDLY BOYFRIEND – Gone For A Time
FAMOUS MAMMALS – Ode To Nikki
THE TREND – Bandaid
DEAD CLODETTES – Flou
DICK JOHNSON – Can’t You Give Me Love
THE EAT – Communist Radio
POP-O-PIES – Anna Ripped Me Off
THE CRAMPS – I’m Cramped (original demo)
THE DENTS – Baby Wants
MARS – Puerto Rican Ghost (alternate take)
FLY ASHTRAY – President Stoned
V3 – To Breathe No More
RUSSELL ST. BOMBINGS – Homicide Squad
MOUNTAIN MOVERS – I Wanna See The Sun
DAVID BOWIE – Black Country Rock
PASTICHE – Flash of the Moment
FAKE NUDES – Newark
MAXINE FUNKE – Homage
MYRIAM GENDRON – C’est dans les vieux pays
FULLY GLAZED – Bone In

3 thoughts on “Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio #173

  1. Yippee! Not wanting to labour a point, but a new DH is like a fresh issue of Slash landing without warning on the doormat. Very best wishes, and I will never give up on DH, four months, four years, whatever …

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  2. P.S. I hate to be a total bore, but I think the version of ‘I’m Cramped’ is off the LP Songs the Lord Taught Us, produced by Alex Chilton. I don’t think (I could be wrong) that there’s a demo version in circulation (there’s a couple of different mixes, it can get confusing/headache inducing/tedious). Chilton recorded a demo session in mid ’77 (at Sun!) but I think it only yielded a few songs, it might’ve been the same session they recorded the first single or so. Then there was another demo session in ’79, some of their best shit, if you will allow me to say so, which floats around with a dynamite version of Sunglasses After Dark, etc., around a dozen tunes. This was a preamble to the finished LP which is of course groovy but a touch more sanitised. Well, I must apologise for the preceding avalanche of record-nerd, though far from expert, arcana, but these are all recordings that are worth listening to. I hope you are well and in reasonable spirits and it’s great to have DH back, many thanks.

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    1. Not a bore at all; I was inelegant on how I explained it. I played the “Original Mix” that’s an extra track on this version of the album: https://www.discogs.com/The-Cramps-Songs-The-Lord-Taught-Us/release/9404835. I was a little confused as to whether it came from the amazing Chilton sessions that resulted in the “All Tore Up” bootleg or from another session – either way, it’s a great, hot, loud version & maybe not a “demo” as much as an alternate take.

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