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The Underground Garage: Home / The Radio Show / Archived Shows / Shows 99-1 / Shows 19-10 / Show 12 - Freaks in Exile
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Show 12 - Freaks in Exile

Show 12 - Freaks in Exile

Air Date:

Sunday, 23 June 2002

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  • Playlist:

    Set 1

    All Day And All Of The Night (Kinks)

    Talk Talk (Music Machine)

    I’m Not Talking (Yardbirds)

    Hurt On Hold (Fuzztones)

    I Only Want To Be With You (Tourists)

    La La  Lies (The Who)

    Set 2

    Whatever Happened To My Rock & Roll (Black Rebel Motorcycle Club)

    Come On Over To My Side (Mockers)

    Little Black Egg (Rattlers)

    He’s A Rebel (Crystals)

    Take It So Hard (Keith Richards)

    Outsider (Ramones)

     

    Set 3

    I Got A Line On You (Spirit)

    Sorry (Easybeats)

    Hunt You Down (Hate Bombs)

    40 Watt Solution (Cotton Mather)

    Baby Let Me Take You Home (Animals)

     

    Set 4

    Through My Eyes (Creation)

    Avant Garden (Aerosmith)

    She’s My Girl (Turtles)

    Cry In The Night (Q65)

    I Feel Fine (Beatles)

     

    Set 5

    I Love You Suzanne (Lou Reed)

    Lion’s Den (Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band)

    Safe European Home (Clash)

    One Step Closer to You (Miracle Workers)

    Kicks (Paul Revere & The Raiders)

Comments (2)

  • Steed Colliss
    06/10/2016

    Some things are weird... As I was listening to the Rattlers' "Little Black Egg", I was reading Bebe Buell's page on wikipedia and read that she had recorded a version of the song in the early eighties... I think I'll go buy a lottery ticket...

  • Steven Kaminsky
    08/22/2016

    "I Feel Fine:" What is the greatest part of that song? Is it great jangly, double-guitar parts? That's the most noticeable. But, does it distract you from the great drumming? I missed that for years. The bass guitar? That's always great with Paul (best bass player,ever), so we take that for granted. Is it the vocal harmonies. They are always so spot-on, so pitch-perfect, yet exciting. Is it John lead vocal. It's always so thrilling, he was born to sing rock and roll. All this in one, short, song.

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