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Newest Dynamite Hemorrhage Radio Podcast  #15 – recorded at a laptop, in a room, on a Tuesday, in San Francisco, by a guy, with a beer, just for you. It’s now baked and ready for you to download or stream over on Soundcloud.
 
New stuff this time from THE WIMPS,THE SLEAZE, FULLY COOKED,PRIESTS and LANTERN, along with some total whoppers from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s. It’s about an hour, give or take about 7 minutes (OK, give) – and I’d love it if you’d download or stream it right now.
 
 
Track listing:
 
PRIESTS – Radiation
THE WIMPS – Hello Frustration
THE RATS – Kids Are Kids
LONG BLONDES – Big Infatuation
NERVOUS PATTERNS – Beautiful Brutal
SUBURBAN WIVES CLUB – Guru Eye
LANTERN – Strange Weather
THE MOODISTS – I Should Have Been There
THE GODRAYS – Boyscout Thriller
WIRE – Our Swimmer
LOOK BLUE GO PURPLE – Hiawatha
FULLY COOKED – Safety
ZODIAC KILLERS – Nazi Interrogation
GG ALLIN – Drink, Fight and Fuck
RAZAR – Task Force
NORTHWEST COMPANY – Hard To Cry
THE CAVEMEN – It’s Trash!
WOODEN SHJIPS – Dance, California
MIDNIGHT CIRCUS – The Hedonist Jive
THOMAS JEFFERSON SLAVE APARTMENTS – Please Hear My Plea
THE MIRRORS – Everything Near Me
BUBA & THE SHOP ASSISTANTS – Something To Do
THE WHINES – Cut Meat
THE SLEAZE – Conor Start 

Download some of the recent past episodes – each about an hour:

Dynamite Hemorrhage #14
Dynamite Hemorrhage #13
Dynamite Hemorrhage #12
Dynamite Hemorrhage #11
Dynamite Hemorrhage #10
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I remember ordering the three RATS LPs from Otis, the Rhino Records rare record god of the 1980s, simply because he’d likened them in a printed catalog circa 1988 to the Lazy Cowgirls. If there was a Cowgirl linkage anywhere that year, I was all over it. Dead Moon hadn’t yet begun (had they?), and frankly, I didn’t actually like my Rats albums all that much when I got ‘em.

Now I’m all growed up, and I think this track (“Panic on 39th”) from their 1976 debut LP is a total screamer. Yes, it’s Fred & Toody Cole of Portland, Oregon, longtime denizens of the down & dirty garage punk rock arts.