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To close out September in fine style, I’ve strung together 21 quality rocknroll compositions, grouped them into logical clusters, added some pithy and often insightful commentary, and called it DYNAMITE HEMORRHAGE RADIO, Edition #21. It’s the bi-weekly podcast I do. I hope you download it, or maybe stream it if you’d like. New stuff this time from Neonates, Los Tentakills, Ruby Pins, The Ar-Kaics and even the queen of swinging mademoiselle French pop herself, Clothilde.

Old(er) stuff this time leans loud, but not exclusively: Myelin Sheaths; Tyvek; early Meat Puppets; The Only Ones at their most “punk”; Terminal Waste Band even the disco/dub/krautrock band Tussle. I made it for you, so at least you should try a couple minutes, right? Oh – and this hideous Avant Gardener sleeve was deliberately chosen as the “art” for this episode. You can’t look away.

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Track listing:

TYVEK – Duck Blinds
NEONATES – Tres
RED CROSS – Pseudo-Intellectual (demo)
MYELIN SHEATHS – Everything is Contagious
BE YOUR OWN PET – Food Fight
THE ONLY ONES – Language Problem
CLOTHILDE – Je T’ai Voulu Et Je T’Ai Bien Eu
TERMINAL WASTE BAND – Dial M For Monkey
MARZIPAN – I Believe
FLY ASHTRAY – Soap
AVANT GARDENER – Back Door
LOS TENTAKILLS – Have You For My Own
THE AMBERJACKS – Hey Eriq!
THE AR-KAICS – Sick and Tired
SILVER SHAMPOO – Ladders
MEAT PUPPETS – Blue Green God
L-SEVEN – Secrets
RUBY PINS – Lost Art
THE SPLINTERS – Hot Hands
THE VAMPS – Carving Knife
TUSSLE – Here It Comes

Past Shows:

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MARZIPAN were a short-lived San Francisco trio from 1992-93 with a lone grooves-bursting, overmodulated pop record to their name. If you think this one, the B-side “Last Train to the Sun”, plays big, you gotta hear the A-side “I Believe”. Tell you what – I’ll play it on my next podcast, recording this week.