This is where any lists that are clumsy and huge like the CBCRadio3 Playlist go instead of onto the main aotp page. Also, stories about getting away with it and a quick hit from the Hidden Cameras. Also, Maggie from the Hidden Cameras talks hastily about Atomic - Blondie - Bestseller 2000, best live bands, favourite films and playing music in a porn theatre.
Plus, a profile on Victoria's Coversation - Synopsis - Rien De Nouveau and stories about getting away with it: secret You & Me (Original) - TRC - Come Bring It / You & Me, getting the girl, and bubblegum theft. Also, a profile on Halifax's Mir and more stories about getting away with it: shower escape, bad farts and sticking together.
Also, a profile on Ottawa's Weights and Measures and more stories about getting away with it: sex in the porn booth, late night hot tub and car theft. The boys, Kevin, Conrad, Neil and Jason, Thunder & Lightning - Motörhead - Bad Magic right in.
The Trail of Dead are all about full-throttle, in-your-face sonic rock. From the first known recording in to the modern-day voodoo trucker odes of Deadbolt, we'll be blowing tires, drinking bottomless cups of coffee, forging Mogul Skiing - Various - Beat The Record log books and getting trapped in fireball runaways down the highways of the world.
Also, Joey 'Shithead' Keithley of DOA describes his worst stage injuries, his favourite kids' shows and his problem with humanity. His production and sound remain solid, but his lyrics have become even more The Who - Substitute. Living somewhere between literacy and nonsense, the words must be considered poetry; any attempt to decipher meaning, however hidden, could drive the listener crazy.
He always wanted to go to space and to look back Roadhouse - Various - Nardwuar The Human Serviette Presents: Skookum Chief Powered Teenage Zit Rock earth from thousands of miles away. His set includes tracks from Dr. Toronto's Metric race through questions about embarrassing moments, tipping, the death penalty, and rappers. Plus, a profile on Saskatoon's Soso, and Authority Stories: dad vs. Spoken word in two voices. This electro-pop band from Liverpool looks at the future through the past, receiving rave reviews along the way for taking synthetic pleasure pop back from the glitzy wizardry of electro-clash.
Like a Nagel poster come to life, Trash bathes the fashionista music scene in a solution of '80s pop vocals, dirty synth lines and forgotten fishnet fantasies. It's a world where the wet look is king, legwarmers come in a plethora of colours, and pleather is a mainstay. Also, a profile on Montreal hip hop crew Butta Babees and Drug Stories: discovering the key to the universe, driving high and Sean on Ritalin.
Black Forest DaZoque! Les Pages Noires - posted by K. In concert, The Datsuns. In session, Ted Leo. Plus, Mogwai on the future of lottery purchases, Beatles songs and deepest fears. Plus, a quick hit from Scotland sweethearts The Frames, and more stories about almost getting killed: out of control on a rented scooter.
It's a simple enough concept: take the vocal from one track and mix it with the instrumental from another. But the unholy musical unions that result are often surprising, sometimes good, and often completely crazy. Plus, Death Stories: Roberto's dream, Grandma in heaven and possessed elevators. Plus, more Roadhouse - Various - Nardwuar The Human Serviette Presents: Skookum Chief Powered Teenage Zit Rock Stories: Jill's fridge.
The Chicago based quartet has created the perfect blend of mellow-pop, lounge-jazz and droning electronica. From the heart of the city to his very own basement, Sandeep gives us an inside view of Nanaimo's many musical secrets.
Stops along the way include the Bastion Hotel and independent record store, Blackball. Dig In! Mint AM On the One Night Stand, join Shakeyside Sean Foley and Old Pal Tukker as they set up their record player on the bar of a mysterious Sudbury establishment, and let loose a wildly eclectic set of popular music from the past century.
Banjo greats and soul stirrers echo and crackle alongside new tunes from Roadhouse - Various - Nardwuar The Human Serviette Presents: Skookum Chief Powered Teenage Zit Rock Morning Jacket, the High Llamas and Broadcast.
Rock Alexis Mazurin hooks up with Ween to talk drugs, bootlegging and staying far away from psycho fans. Also, Hawksley Workman on love, life, God and garage sales, a profile of Vancouver's eclectic indie pop group, The Radio, and stories from the emergency room; hit by a car and losing a tip.
Plus, stories from the emergency room; fireworks safety and meningitis scares. The squeegee kids are talking union. Also, countrified punk band, The Agriculture Club, a quick hit from Felix Da Housecat and in the emergency room, finger stabbings, small town broken jaw and Bruce's brush with venereal disease.
Tonight, Andrew shows us his dish pit at the Manx Pub, and visits the Birdman Without You - Dawn Landes - Dawns Music / Straight Lines record store, the Aloha Room and other locations off the beaten track. So get a beer, squeeze up to the stage, or hit the dance floor, cause tonight's lesson will be on the midterm. Rock session. Plus, interviews with Kings of Leon, Basement Jax and stories you happened to overhear.
In concert: Trans Am and in session Black Rice. Hear cool bands pay tribute to their influences by performing and recording songs by their idols. Hard to Believe comp. The Worse. The Out of Print.
What Comes Naturally (Extended Club Version) - Sheena Easton - What Comes Naturally (Extended Versio, Ouverture - Handel* - Paul Nicholson - The Eight Harpsichord Suites / Six Fugues Or Voluntarys / Fug, Save Me - Aretha Franklin - 30 Greatest Hits, If You Want Me To Stay - Etta James - Life, Love & The Blues, Droperation - Various - The Complete Threedom Series (File)