Wednesday, April 4, 2007

ROCK FIGHT! KSCL 91.3 FM Friday, April 6, 2007, 6 to 8


Hi again!

Friday is almost here, and so is another edition of ROCK FIGHT! on KSCL 91.3 fm.

It’s Good Friday, so this is an extra good show. It’s mostly oldies this time, with plenty of punk/new wave classics like “Rock Lobster”, “Praying To The Aliens,” “Jocko Homo” and “All Cats Are Grey.” But there’s also plenty of new stuff, too, from the likes of Beck, Bloc Party and Ted Leo & The Pharmacists. And there’s electronica from Colder, Goldfrapp and the chillicious Ulrich Schnauss.

So tune in! And call in: (318) 869-5297.

Also, new for this week, the entire show playlist is available as a podcast. Visit to listen, or use this miniplayer:

Here’s the poop:

Song                                Artist
Rock Lobster                        The B-52's
Motorcade                           Beck
Hope For The Heartbeat (Remix)      Bill Nelson
The Tulips                          Bloc Party
Tornadoes                           Butthole Surfers
Crazy Love                          Colder
All Cats Are Grey                   The Cure
Moonage Daydream (Alternate Take)   David Bowie
Ashes To Ashes                      David Bowie
Peter Bazooka                       The Dead Milkmen
Jocko Homo                          Devo
Airbag                              Easystar All Stars With Horace Andy
Nocturnal Me                        Echo & The Bunnymen
Thursday                            The Futureheads
Praying To The Aliens               Gary Numan & The Tubeway Army
U.K. Girls (Physical)               Goldfrapp
Birds Fly (Whisper To A Scream)     Icicle Works
In A Hole                           The Jesus And Mary Chain
The Twist                           Klaus Nomi
The Model (London)                  Kraftwerk
Weekend                             Ladytron
Sinister In The State Of Hope       Loney, Dear
Computer Games                      Mi-Sex
Gods Of Aquarius                    Nina Hagen
Bunker Soldiers                     Orchestral Manoeuvres In The
Christine                           Siouxsie & The Banshees
Shake The Sheets                    Ted Leo & The Pharmacists
Black And Blue                      Tilly & The Wall
Playhouses                          TV On The Radio
As If You've Never Been Away        Ulrich Schnauss
How We Livin'                       The USA Is A Monster

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