Lost Indie City “Numbers” setlist

The Lost Indie City “By the Numbers Vol. #1” setlist

Pizzicato Five – 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Pulp – Disco 2000
Housemartins – 5 Get Over Excited
Hot Hot Heat – 5 times out of 100
Depeche Mode – It Doesn’t Matter 2
Paul Hardcastle – 19
U.S.S. – 2 15/16
Stranglers – 5 Minutes
Bedouin Soundclash – 12:59 Lullaby
One – 54-46
King Apparatus – 5 Good Reasons
UB40 – 1 in 10
Massive Attack – 3
Sneaker Pimps – 6 Underground
Smashing Pumpkins – 33
Cocteau Twins – 5, 10, 50 Fold
Scott Helman – 21 Days
Lowest of the Low – 7th Birthday
Haircut 100 – Love Plus 1
Kuala Shaker – 33 Crowns
The Raconteurs – 5 on the 5
Dropkick Murphys – 21 Guitar Salute
Flogging Molly – 7 Deadly Sins
Down By Law – 500 Miles
Mike Watt – Against the 70s
Stones Roses – This is the 1
Vampire Weekend – M79
Placebo – 36 Degrees
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – 0
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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Aug. 6, 2018

  1. Led Zeppelin, In The Evening
  2. The Rolling Stones, Monkey Man
  3. Deep Purple, Child In Time
  4. Black Sabbath, Hole In The Sky
  5. T. Rex, Jeepster
  6. Tom Waits, Clap Hands
  7. Iron Maiden, Coming Home
  8. Judas Priest, Snakebite
  9. Nazareth, Gimme What’s Mine
  10. Joni Mitchell, God Must Be A Boogie Man
  11. Max Webster, Battle Scar
  12. Genesis, Dodo/Lurker
  13. Muddy Waters, Atomic Bomb Blues
  14. J.J. Cale, Jailer
  15. Collective Soul, Crowded Head
  16. Eric Clapton, Driftin’ Blues (live)
  17. The Doors, Wild Child
  18. Bob Dylan, Ring Them Bells
  19. Electric Light Orchestra, Blinded By The Light
  20. The Allman Brothers Band, Mountain Jam (live)

So Old It’s New set list for Monday, July 30/18

1. Hawkwind, Sonic Attack
2. Hawkwind, Silver Machine
3. John Hiatt, Perfectly Good Guitar
4. Brian May, Rollin’ Over
5. Foreigner, Love Has Taken Its Toll
6. Paul Butterfield’s Better Days, Take Your Pleasure Where You Find It
7. Joan Baez, Diamonds And Rust
8. Bob Dylan, Roll On John
9.The Rolling Stones, Let It Loose
10. Jethro Tull, With You There To Help Me
11. Dire Straits, In The Gallery
12. It’s A Beautiful Day, White Bird
13. The Kinks, Hatred (A Duet)
14. Warren Zevon, Hit Somebody! (The Hockey Song)
15. Harry Nilsson, Thursday (Here’s Why I Did Not Go To Work Today)
16. Mountain, Nantucket Sleighride (To Owen Coffin)
17. Eric Clapton, Next Time You See Her
18. Joe Cocker, Blue Medley (I’ll Drown In My Own Tears/When Something Is Wrong With My Baby/I’ve Been Loving You Too Long, live from Mad Dogs and Englishmen)
19. The Allman Brothers Band, Nobody Knows

episode 225 agriculture show july 24 2018

Keenan Reimer-Watts and Rein Rutnik are in studio for talk and live performance. Check out their Facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/buskingforchange.net/  Our playlist:

  • Diamond Ring Girl by Julie Corey
  • Apple Blossom by Northland Rail Service
  • The Harvest by Richard Garvey
  • A Medley of Songs by Keenan and Rein
  • Prelude 3 by Keenan Reimer-Watts

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Rebel Time Radio – Episode 2018/07/18

Rebel Time Radio slams in your ear holes like a fist to the face of a fascist scumbag! Mike and Dan continue their top ten most influential album picks, and spin tunes from the likes of Star Fucking Hipsters and a new one from Union Thugs. Now get to listenin’ to the show eh!

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Tonight’s set:

  1. A Global Threat – Here We Are
  2. Star Fucking Hipsters – The Civilization Show
  3. The World/Inferno Friendship Society – Ich Erinnere Mich An Die Weimearer Republik
  4. War on Women – Anarcha
  5. The Clash – Complete Control
  6. The Clash – White Riot
  7. Sick of it All – Blown Away
  8. Sick of it All – Hello Pricks
  9. Dead Kennedys – Government Flu
  10. Dead Kennedys – Moon Over Marin
  11. Preying Hands – Preying Hands
  12. Preying Hands – Through the Dark
  13. Negro Terror – Voice of Memphis
  14. Union Thugs – Solidarity Forever

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, July 23, 2018

1. Led Zeppelin, Heartbreaker/Living Loving Maid
2. The Rolling Stones, Moonlight Mile (request)
3. Aynsley Dunbar, Watch ‘N’ Chain (request)
4. Van Halen, Stay Frosty
5. Van Halen, Ice Cream Man
6. Paul McCartney, Cuff Link
7. Nazareth, Rock ‘N’ Roll Telephone
8. Queen, Sleeping On The Sidewalk
9. Pete Townshend/Ronnie Lane, My Baby Gives It Away
10. Elton John, Indian Sunset
11. Eagles, Teenage Jail
12. Aerosmith, My Fist Your Face
13. The Boomtown Rats, Up All Night
14. Metallica, Halo On Fire
15. AC/DC, Skies On Fire
16. Black Sabbath, Wheels Of Confusion
17, David Bowie, Wild Is The Wind
18. Stories, Brother Louie
19. REM, How The West Was Won And Where It Got Us
20. Dr. John, I Walk On Guilded Splinters
21. J. Geils Band, Musta Got Lost (live from Blow Your Face Out including Peter Wolf pre-song rap intro)

Lost Indie City “Sports in Song” setlist July 17

The Lost Indie City “Sports in Song” Show setlist

Lightening Seeds – Three Lions
Stereophonics – A Thousand Trees
Sloan – Down in the Basement
Shonen Knife – Johnny Johnny Johnny
TPOH – Gretzky Rocks
Rheostatics – Ballad of Wendall Clark
Planet Smashers – Uncle Gordie
Dropkick Murphys – Time To Go
I Mother Earth – Basketball
Everclear – Volvo Driving Soccer Mom
Tripping Daisy – Your Socks Have No Name
Glasvegas – Flowers & Football Tops
Gear Daddies – I Wanna Drive a Zamboni
Paul Westerberg – My Dad
Sufjan Stevens – Tonya Harding
PWEI – Touched by the Hand of..
Jane Siberry – Hockey
SOTW – Williamson’s Garage
Super Furry Animals – Ice Hockey Hair
Lorde – Tennis Court
The Pogues – The Broad Majestic Shannon
New Model Army – Small Town England
Nerf Herder – Golfshirt
Billy Bragg – Joe DiMaggio Done it Again
Kraftwerk – Tour De France
Violent Femmes – Confessions
The Jam – Eton Rifles
XTC – Senses Working Overtime

episode 224 agriculture show july 17 2018

Thomas Hagey is our guest today on The Agriculture Show. Thomas is promoting a book he has published called  www.playboar.ca    It’s just way too much fun.  Our playlist:

  • Piggie by The Beatles
  • You Can’t Hurt Ham by Ricky Skaggs
  • How Can I Ever Miss You, If You Don’t Leave by Dan Hicks and His Hot Licks
  • Is There Any Way Out of This Dream by Crystal Gayle
  • Picking Up After You by Tom Waits & Crystal Gayle

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Rebel Time Radio – Episode 2017/07/11

Rebel Time Radio returns to slam political punk in yer ears! On tonight’s show Mike and Dan discuss numbers 5 an 6 of their Top Ten Most Influential Albums, plus play a new one from Spanner and an old one from Rudimentary Peni. Press the play button and hold on to your butts!

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Tonight’s set:

  1. Shock – La fabrics de lxs suicidas
  2. Spanner – Apotheosis
  3. The Class Assassins – Outside Looking In
  4. Minor Threat – It Follows
  5. Minor Threat – Bottled Violence
  6. Minor Threat – Minor Threat
  7. The Selecter – My Collie (Not a Dog)
  8. The Selecter – Out on the Streets
  9. Tragedy – Conflicting Ideas
  10. Tragedy – Call to Arms
  11. Propagandhi – Resisting Tyrannical Government
  12. Propagandhi – The State Lottery
  13. Rudimentary Peni – Media Person

Rebel Time Radio is on iTunes! Subscribe here! Or search for us on another one of your favorite podcatcher and get Rebel Time Radio delivered right to your device thing! Do us a favour eh and give us a five star rating so that Rebel Time can spread punk rock tunes to all corners of the world.

Want to get in touch? Tell us about your awesome band or shower us with compliments? Email us at rebeltimeradio@gmail.com

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, July 16, 2018

1. Pink Floyd, Astronomy Domine (live, from Ummagumma)
2. The Rolling Stones, Fingerprint File
3. Buddy Guy, Feels Like Rain
4. The B-52’s, Planet Claire
5. Blondie, Fade Away And Radiate
6. Jethro Tull, Thinking Around Corners
7. Bob Dylan, Senor (Tales Of Yankee Power)
8. The Doobie Brothers, Nobody
9. The Doobie Brothers, Neal’s Fandango
10. Tom Waits, Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis
11. Seatrain, Waiting For Elijah (request)
12. The Beatles, Rocky Raccoon
13. Jefferson Airplane, Uncle Sam Blues (request)
14. Elton John, Amy
15. David Bowie, Fascination
16. King Crimson, I Talk To The Wind
17. Deep Purple, Anyone’s Daughter
18. Murray McLauchlan, Out Past The Timberline
19. Blind Faith, Presence Of The Lord (request)
20. The Butterfield Blues Band, Work Song

episode 223 agriculture show july 10 2018

Jim Irvine, Devon Homick, Brian Henze, Bruce Thomson, and Tim Laatsch all come by our “live to air” table. We are at the Bringing You What’s Next In Your Field The 2018 Tour.  Check out www.fspartners.ca and  www.greatlakesgrain.com

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, July 9, 2018

1. Faces, (I Know) I’m Losing You (live at the BBC, 1971)
2. Blind Faith, Had To Cry Today
3. Alvin Lee, I want You (She’s So Heavy)
4. Jethro Tull, Beastie
5. The Rolling Stones, No Spare Parts (off expanded Some Girls re-release, 2011)
6. Jerry Lee Lewis, Lewis Boogie
7. The Who, How Can You Do It Alone
8. Robert Plant, Reckless Love
9. Supertramp, Child Of Vision
10. Tom Jones, Detroit City
11. Lou Reed, Magic And Loss – The Summation
12. Ry Cooder, Smells Like Money
13. Chilliwack, 148 Heavy
14. The Kinks, Holloway Jail
15. Van Halen, The Seventh Seal
16. Bobby ‘Blue’ Bland, Ain’t No Love In The Heart Of The City
17. Joe Cocker, Seven Days
18. Slim Harpo, Shake Your Hips
19. Judas Priest, Subterfuge (Ripper Owens on vocals, from Demolition)
20. Neil Young, Lookout Joe
21. Uriah Heep, Rock ‘N’ Roll Medley (live): Roll Over Beethoven/Blue Suede Shoes/Mean Woman Blues/Hound Dog/At The Hop/Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On/Blue Suede Shoes

CKMS Wide World Of Motorsports EP. 13

This week in the Wide World Of Motorsports:

In Episode 13 we recap of the slew of events that happened in Daytona International Speedway this past weekend. Mayor Hinch @ Iowa Speedway surprise win, as well as Travis Pastrana’s tribute to Evel Knievel.

This week WWOM would like to ask would you get rid of, keep or adjust the no tires below the yellow line rule at superspeedways? Give us your feedback @CKMSWWOM on FB & Twitter

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