Tuesday, November 03, 2009

Dia de los Muertos Show - 11/2/09

The dead came alive, metaphorically, tonight on Post-Punk For Post-Punks as I celebrated many of the great artists who are no longer with us on this day after the Day of the Dead. All bands in which one significant member has passed away in the physical world but will live forever in the musical world.

LINK DIA DE LOS MUERTOS SHOW

Playlist:

1.) Jim Carroll Band - I Want the Angel - Catholic Boy
2.) Big Country - Angle Park (live) - King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents
3.) INXS - Don't Change - Shabooh Shoobah
4.) The Clash - Straight to Hell - Combat Rock
5.) The Cars - Let's Go - Candy-O
6.) The Pretenders - The Wait - The Pretenders
7.) The Replacements - Left of the Dial - Tim
8.) Christian Death - Romeo's Distress - Only Theater of Pain
9.) The Germs - Circle One - G.I.
10.) Sid Vicious - Belsen (live) - Sid Sings
11.) Johnny Thunders - London Boys - You Can't Put Your Arms Around a Memory
12.) The Ramones - Swallow Your Pride - The Ramones Leave Home
13.) The Cramps - New Kind of Kick - Bad Music For Bad People
14.) Bob Marley & the Wailers - Waiting In Vain - Exodus
15.) T. Rex - Midnight -
16.) David Bowie - Moonage Daydream - Ziggy Stardust
17.) The Stooges - I Wanna Be Your Dog - The Stooges
18.) Lords of the New Church - Dance With Me - Killer Lords
19.) Siouxsie and the Banshees - Arabian Knights - Juju
20.) Falco - Vienna Calling - Falco 3
21.) Klaus Nomi - Total Eclipse (live) - Urgh! A Music War
22.) The Plasmatics - Want You Baby - New Hope for the Wretched
23.) Echo and the Bunnymen - Bedbugs and Ballyhoo - Echo and the Bunnymen
24.) Nico - These Days - Chelsea Girl
25.) Joy Division - These Days - Substance

4 Comments:

Blogger Thomas said...

Great show again. Some really Timeless show. YOu could have thrown in a Guilty Pleasure with the Grateful Dead. Maybe the Music Never Stopped.

9:29 PM  
Blogger Alex said...

Thank YOU again, Thomas! You to be 100% honest, The Grateful Dead is somewhat of a guilty pleasure of mine but I might be a little too guilty to play them on the show. Plus I think Pirate Cat Radio might literally explode if they ever went out on the airwaves. But I'm glad to know that there is at least one other person who likes post-punk and the Dead.

6:14 PM  
Blogger Thomas said...

Seems hyprocritcal the grateful dead got much of the start at house parties and pirate radio in the bay area.

I'm gonna give you new show a listen tomorrow. I saw this on you tube though today. The history of Amen break.

5:37 PM  
Blogger Alex said...

I know the youtube video you're talking about. A really interesting little story. A few seconds off an obscure B-side manages to change music.

4:48 PM  

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