Rebel Time Radio Episode 2016/08/31


Rebel Time Radio is back to fill your ear holes with the angriest, loudest, and  politicalest punk rock this side of the Grand River. So turn that dial up to eleven and slam dance the night away!

Tonight’s episode features a little bit of this (Citizen Fish, The Wipers, and No Means No) and a little bit of that (The Rebel Spell, War On Women, and Royal Red Brigade). Dan and Mike don’t talk much, except for the part where they totally nerd out over Star Trek. Will those nerds ever shut up about Star Trek? Probably not!

Press play now! GO!

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This episode’s set:

  1. Teenage Bottlerocket – Bloodbath at Burger King
  2. The (International) Noise Conspiracy – Abolish Work
  3. SNFU -Scarecrow
  4. Illegal to Exist – Future Pending
  5. Citizen Fish – Shelf Life
  6. Subhumans – Firing Squad
  7. Submission Hold – Hawks and Doves and Time
  8. The Wipers – Tragedy
  9. The Rebel Spell – Green Soldier
  10. There Are Four Lights – Cat Call
  11. NoGood Heroes – 1919
  12. Deathrats – Sense of Entitlement
  13. No Means No – The Day Everything Became Nothing
  14. The Maras – Muddy Susan
  15. Leftover Crack – Corrupt Vision
  16. Jello Biafra and the Guantanamo School of Medicine – New Feudaluism
  17. Royal Red Brigade – I Need a Medic
  18. This Is My Fist – I’m Not Even Trying
  19. F-Minus – Property Damage
  20. War on Women – Confess
  21. Rudimentary Peni – Media Person
  22. Skeletal Family – Promised Land
  23. Spectres – Figures in the Sand
  24. The X-Ray Spex – Oh Bondage Up Yours
  25. Sick of it All – Hello Pricks


The Rebel Spell have reissued their first album Expressions in Layman’s Terms on the good ol’ Compact Disc format – grab it here.  And don’t forget to preorder the upcoming tribute to Todd Serious and the here.

Catch Rebel Time Radio every Wednesday at 9PM on 100.3 Sound FM or and whenever we get around to podcasting.

If you want your band’s tunes on the show, shoot an email to

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