Playlist for the 3 Amigos on the Drastic Plastic Program on CKUT FM for May 28, 2007

little-3-amigos.jpgWell we had another fun time on the old radio last night as myself, Doug Ford and Armitage Shanks gathered for our weekly 3 Amigos radio spectacular (tongue firmly in cheek) on the Drastic Plastic Program on CKUT FM.

Veering from songs about running your girlfriend over to UK gems that didn’t get their due to screaming Japanes rawk that threatened to melt the mixing board at the station, we once again managed to laugh our way through another hour of great live radio. If you want to know what we played, here is the playlist:

Song- Album – Artist

  • “Kick ‘Em and Smile” – Edge of Sunrise – Kill Van Kull
  • “I Need a Vacation” – Get Real – Altered State
  • “I Hope Somebody Runs You Over” – On An Empty Stomach – The Apple Bros
  • “You’re a Drag When Your High” – Electric Satisfaction – Crash Kelly
  • “Animal Nitrate” – Suede – Suede
  • Richard III” – In It For The Money – Supergrass
  • “Alternative Ulster” – Tom Dunn’s Best 30 Irish Hits – Stiff Little Fingers
  • “Old Town” – Phil Lynott
  • “Smokin’ Billy” – Gear Blues – Thee Michelle Gun Elephant
  • “Fujiyama Attack” – Jet Generation – Guitar Wolf
  • “Booga Rock” – Fake To Fame – Gasoline
  • “I Walk Like Jayne Mansfield” – 5,6,7,8’s

You can download a podcast of the show for one week from the date of broadcast. After that you will have to stream it from the CKUT website.

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Finally, here is the June 2007  schedule for the Drastic Plastic Program:

  • June 4 – Doug Ford
  • June 11 – Armitage Shanks
  • June 18 – Rock and Roll Report Radio with yours truly
  • June 25 – 3 Amigos 



1 Comment

  1. This was the idea behind this Japanese guitar-slinging set.

    … fueled by visions of scratchy black and white film footage of leather jacketed kama kazee fighter pilots screaming out of the sky in their Zeros, cockpits open, white burial scarves unfurled in the wind… juxtaposing against the same leather jacketed crew armed with six-string axes stuffed into an oxygen deprived sound studio, flaying furiously machine gun rapid riffs, blasting against the concrete walls and the plate glass window separating band from sound engineer who subsequently dives under the sound board for cover. Take Aim and Fire. These are the sounds of Thee Michelle Gun Elephant, Guitar Wolf and Gasoline …

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