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Ductape Radio Archives!

Some shows have track listings, but others don't. Don't complain. If you need a song title, I'll get it to you. Just ask. Otherwise, here's the backlog of our archived radio shows since day one.

NOTE: SOME SHOWS MAY NOT CONNECT DUE TO AN ARCHIVING PROBLEM. THE NEWEST ONES ARE MORE LIKELY TO WORK!

 


August 24th, 1999
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Today's show was just a party and a HALF! I'm writing this way after we did it, but I say tune in anyway... I seem to recall it being a good one. The shows between the July 27th one and this one aren't archived because I felt it would be unnecessary... Okay? Brand new Huevos Rancheros, Freedy Johnston, Frank Black and more! Plus, Radio Free Vestibule's "Lawrence Olivier for Diet Coke".


July 27, 1999
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I (Zach) wasn't in the studio today, so I don't know much about the wackiness that ensued during the show. All's I know is that Kai played another Turbo Negro song (only this time it was "Good Head" and not "Rendez-Vous With Anus"), and even slipped in some Weezer for good measure (in the same SET no less!). Also, Paul and Fatima brought in some music from The Wedding Present, Paul Weller, Supergrass, Billy Bragg, AFI, and a bunch more. It's varied, and it's a riot, so go on and listen.


July 17, 1999
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Due to the studio's lack of members of Eww... You're A Girl And Girls Suck (Mike, Ryan, and Paul were all absent), we played an interview with them as well as some tunes. Also, we threw in some music from Wax, Civ, Hepcat, Geggy Tah, Uncle Tupelo, The Jackie Papers, The Stiffs, Turbo Negro, Supernova, The 'Tone, Common Rider, The Broadways, and more (but I can't remember the rest).

July 12, 1999
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BAND NAME

SONG TITLE

RECORD LABEL

Afghan Whigs Lost In The Supermarket Epic
Moral Crux Firing Squad Panic Button
Hüsker Dü Broken Home, Broken Heart SST
Sugar Gee Angel (Live) Ryko
Bob Mould Taking Everything Ryko
Fastbacks Just Say Sub Pop
Kid Dynamite Breakin's A Memory Sub City (Hah! Sub Pop City! Get it?)
Falling Sickness We've Cheapened Everything Sub City
PANSY DIVISION Interview by Rob Salad Ductape
Pansy Division I'm Gonna Be A Slut Mint/Lookout!
Pansy Division Homo Christmas Lookout!
Pansy Division C.S.F. Lookout!
Morissey Can't remember. Ask Paul. Deutsche Grammophone
Jesus and Mary Chain See above. Uh... Epitaph. Yeah, that's it.
The Jam See above. Let's go with... Columbia.
Small Brown Bike Nothing Left But Poo Emo Records
Murder City Devils I Want A Lot Now (So Come On) Scratch
Fishbone Can't remember... I'll put the title up soon. Sony

July 5, 1999
Too lazy to put up a track listing. Good show, though. If you're in the mood for a surprise, click here and listen.

June 29th, 1999
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BAND NAME

SONG TITLE

RECORD LABEL

The Donnas Skintight Lookout!
Teengenerate Radio 55 Crypt
Joe Jackson Happy Loving Couples I dunno... Capitol?
The Pogues Sunny Side of the Street Pogue Mahone
The Clash Police On My Back Sony
Kid Dynamite Heart A Tact Sub City
Scared of Chaka Straight To The Office Sub City
Dillinger Four It's A Fine Line Between... Hopeless
ASIAN DUB FOUNDATION Interview by Paul Miller and Fatima Kolia --
Asian Dub Foundation Naxalite Polygram
Asian Dub Foundation Buzzin' Polygram
RandomEmoBand The worst song ever RandomEmoLabel
Ruth Ruth Brave Girl Epitaph/Deep Elm
Hanson Brothers The Enemy Sudden Death
The Housemartins Think For A Minute! GO! Discs
The Beatiful South The Lure Of The Sea I dunno... Columbia?
The Smiths Ask Warner
Suckerpunch Ten Thousand Reasons I can't remember.
Frank Black Headache 4AD
Tom Waits Big In Japan Epitaph

June 22nd, 1999
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BAND NAME

SONG TITLE

RECORD LABEL

Screeching Weasel My Own World AK Press/G-7
Knapsack Katharine The Grateful Alias
Rocket From The Crypt Pigeon Eater Headhunter
The Turbo AC's Hit The Road Crossrunner
The Smugglers Melee In Madrid Mint/Lookout!
Billy Bragg & Wilco Hoodoo Voodoo Mercury
Ben Folds Five Army Sony
Blithe No Comfort Holden Alias
ARCHERS OF LOAF Interview by Zach --
Archers of Loaf Lowest Part Is Free! Alias
Archers of Loaf Harnessed In Slums Alias
Gob On These Days... Ductape
The Stiffs Have I Told You Lately? Ductape
The Get Up Kids Some emo song. Some Emo Label
Pinhead Gunpowder Asheville Adeline
Ash Petrol Columbia
The Weakerthans Wellington's Wednesdays G-7 Welcoming Comittee

June 15th, 1999
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BAND NAME

SONG TITLE

RECORD LABEL

Common Rider On Broadway Panic Button
The Bomboras Land of the One Percenters Zombie A-Go-Go
Elvis Costello Welcome to the Working Week Rykodisc
DEVO Gates of Steel Warner
Buzzcocks Totally From The Heart EMI
TRICKY WOO Interview track Ductape [compilation CD]
Tricky Woo I Need Love Ductape [compilation CD]
Tricky Woo Allright Sonic Unyon
Tricky Woo Ten Tons Sonic Unyon
Asian Dub Foundation Free Satpal Ram Polygram
Plexi Dimension Sub Pop
Brainiac Vincent, Come On Down Touch & Go
Tuesday    
Hot Water Music    
The Stiffs Waiting for Sunrise Ductape/Antagonist
The Riverdales Riverdale Stomp Honest Don's
Lillingtons I Need Some Brain Damage Panic Button
Billy Bragg Greetings To The New Brunette GO! Records
Jeremy Enigk Abegail Anne Sub Pop
Custom Made Scare White Trash Girl Side One Dummy
Supersuckers Born With A Tail Sub Pop (again!!!)

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