Rock and Roll Report Podcast #8: More Rock and Roll For Thirsty Ears

Well this week’s Rock and Roll Report Podcast is chock full of rock and roll goodness as we stagger around the United States for our tunes with a brief stopover in Stockholm, Sweden. All the bands played are either unsigned or on an indie label and are in my opinion sadly neglected by commercial rock radio so if you like what you hear please buy their music, see their shows and drop comments on their websites to support them.

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Here is what I played:

  1. Rock and Roll Report Intro by Featured on Fridays
  2. 20 to 12 by Watts
  3. Rock ‘n Roll by The Hot Rocks
  4. 30 Seconds by The Erotics
  5. Raise It Up the Flagpole by Paperback Freud
  6. Backing Down by Punchface
  7. The Runaways by The Armed Forces
  8. All Together Now by The GoStation
  9. One Beer by the Black Angel Band
  10. Rock and Roll Report Outro by Featured on Fridays

Thanks for listening and if you liked what you heard please subscribe to the podcast and support your local indie rock and roll scene.

The next Rock and Roll Report Podcast will be released March 12, 2008.



WATTS: One Below The All Time LowTHE EROTICS: 30 Seconds Over You
PUNCHFACE: A Different Kind Of FameTHE GOSTATION: Passion Before FunctionBLACK ANGEL: O' California

1 Comment

  1. Mark, I admit it. Sometimes I lose faith in the music. But them something catches my eye and my faith is restored. Like last year it was Glossary. What I saw on the page today has restored a little faith. When I see a title like “One Below the All Time Low” I have to check that out. Man, that Watts is true good old fashioned Rock and Roll! Thank you, thank you, thanks a jillion; I suspect this will be rocking in my car for weeks to come.

    P.S. I had to indulge my nostalgia and guilty pleasures center of my brain last week, picking up the ultra excellent “Blow My Fuse” by Kix after seeing them on Metal Mania. Now THAT was a Rock and Roll album, my friend.

    How about the Habs, eh?


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