WPKN Archives: FM Mutations #16 with Allyson McCabe: Riff Raff

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FM Mutations

Original Aired:
Saturday, December 10th, 2016
7:00PM to 10:00PM

3 hours

Saturday, December 10th, 2016 7:00PM

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Episode: FM Mutations #16 with Allyson McCabe: Riff Raff

FM Mutations #16: Riff Raff

New music tonight from Mike Adams at His Honest Weight, Pale Lips, the Chills (re-issue of their ’87 debut). Rockin’ covers by Sonic Youth, Black Tambourine, and the Make Up. Songs about television and space travel, and much more.

Set 1

Holiday giving suggestions-

Stories for Ways and Means: Gorgeous collaboration between musicians including Tom Waits, Nick Cave, Frank Black, Alison Mosshart and Kathleen Hanna, and visual artists including Anthony Lister, Dan Baldwin, Swoon, Will Barras, James Jean, Ronzo, and Kai & Sunny. Plus proceeds from the sale of this book of original children’s stories go to literacy programs. Check it out!

Old Toy Trains by Mike Adams at his Honest Weight (new split single between Adams and pro wrestling icon, Mick Foley, on which they spend a little time with Roger Miller's Old Toy Trains- benefit for Toys for Tots. Info: http://www.mikeadams.info/news/2016/10/24/old-toy-trains-bw-mick-foley-talks-about-old-toy-trains)
See also: http://flannelgraphrecords.com/album/old-toy-trains


Old Toy Trains by Mike Adams at his Honest Weight

Riff Raff by Pale Lips ( of Montreal, Canada, from their new release Wanna Be Bad)
Remote Control by the Clash
Funn by White Reaper
You Must be a Witch by the Lollipop Shoppe
Let’s Loot the Supermarket Again Like by Mike Farren
Personality Crisis by Sonic Youth (cover of the New York Dolls)
Johnny by the Coathangers
The Cops are Comin’ by the Outcasts

X.T.Y. by Sneaks
Motorcycle Madness by Daddy Long Legs
Have Love Will Travel by the Three Headcoatees (cover of Richard Berry)
Just Like Me by the Coba Seas (cover of Paul Revere and the Raiders)
Room 19 by Chain and the Gang
Wreck My Flow by the Dirtbombs
Feel So Good by the Spelling Mistakes
Rough Kids by Kilburn & the High Roads (Ian Dury’s old pub rock band)
Swimming Pool by Toy Love
Bees by Caribou
I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend by Black Tambourine (cover of the Ramones)
Lokoko by Thu Zahina

Set 2

Satellite Jockey by Nirvana (orig. band ’67, “More than a Feeling” “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and “Come as You Are”-- Killing Joke’s “Eighties”)
Supersonic Rocket Ship by the Kinks
Spaceman by Harry Nilsson

What Was that Thing? By Abel Tasmins
Donna by David Johansen
Central Park Blue by Ultimate Painting (going back to 2014, they have a new album out now called Dusk)
Sideshow by the Seashore by Luna
Over and Away She Goes by Bill Fox

I Don’t Want You Anyway by Look Blue Go Purple
Vanishing Girl by the Dukes of Stratosphear (side project of XTC)
Crazy? Yes! Dumb? No! By the Mint Chicks
The 15th by Angry Angles (cover of Wire)
TV by the Flying Lizards
TV Set by the Cramps
TV by Colleen Green
Swan Dive by Waxahatchee

Set 3
Crying, Waiting, Hoping by Marshall Crenshaw (cover of Buddy Holly)
This Man He Weeps Tonight by Dave Davies
I Love My Leather Jacket by the Chills (from their reissue of ‘87’s Kaleidoscope World)
Die Matrosen (“The Sailor”) by Kleenex
Dream Baby Dream by Suicide

Make Up Your Mind by Stiv Bators
Hey Sa-Lo-Ney by the Detroit Cobras
Hey Joe by the Make Up (live, cover of Hendrix)
Love Kills by Radio Birdman
Hospital (Live version) by Jonathan Richman & the Modern Lovers

Zippered Up Heart by Reign
Just Fade Away by Stiff Little Fingers
Hersham Boys by Sham 69

Eve of Destruction (Live) by the Dickies (written by P.F. Sloan, made famous by Barry McGuire)
My Generation (instrumental, Shal Talmy) by the Who

Happy Holidays- back 1/14/2017



Show: FM Mutations

Rock, punk and indie music, mostly featuring demos, covers, outtakes, and other rarities. With occassional guests.

You can hit Allyson up for requests by visiting the show on Facebook or by leaving her a broadcast-ready voicemail at (347) 394-0022. If you call, don’t forget to include your first name, where you’re calling from, the title and artist of the song you’d like to hear, and maybe a few words about why you love the track.

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