Radio Clash 117: Ungodly Ammunition

An ungodly sized 2 hours of aural ammunition, DJ weapons, terrorist thoughts and killer tunes.

It’s too cruel for school: (93Mb, 2hours) http://www.radioclash.com/show-archive/rc_117.mp3

  • Evolution Control Committee – Hello (off Plagiarhythms v2.0)
  • Tape Beatles – The American Adventure (from The Grand Delusion)
  • Boomtown Rats – I Don’t Like Mondays
  • Clash – I’m So Bored with the U.S.A
  • Dead Kennedys – Kill the Poor
  • Tape Beatles – America is Confident (from The Grand Delusion)
  • Jeff Sconce – Joy Sinatra (from Ludic Despair)
  • Veruca Salt – Bodies
  • Butthole Surfers – Sweat Loaf
  • Tape Beatles – Behold a Republic (from The Grand Delusion)
  • djbc – School’s Easy Tears
  • Kinsey Sicks – I Wanna Be A Republican (from the album of the same name)
  • Johnny Osbourne – Truth and Rights (from Studio One Rockers)
  • Franz Ferdinand – Shopping for Blood
  • Bill Hicks – School Days
  • Judas Priest – Rapid Fire (from British Steel)
  • Cradle of Filth – I am the Thorn (from Thornography – thanks Scott!)
  • RIAA – Knowing When to Put Down the Guns (from Dirt Bacharach)
  • Interlude
  • Juxtaposeur – Heartbeatsremix
  • London Elektricity – Hanging Rock (from Power Ballads)
  • Aphrodite – Stalker
  • Dillinja – Hard Noize (from My Sound)
  • Venetian Snares – Make Ronnie Rocket (from Higgins Ultra Low Track Glue Funk Hits)
  • Sparks – Ugly Guys with Beautiful Girls (from Lil’ Beethoven)
  • End interlude
  • Braces Tower – Special Child
  • Planets – Lines
  • ECC – Nearly No Time for Yes (off Plagiarhythms v2.0)
  • Low – Murderer (from Drums and Guns)
  • David Bowie – Alladin Sane
  • Max Cyrin – Acid Eiffel
  • Negativland – Sycamore
  • Jeff Sconce – Pantophobia (fear is real) (from O Stars on High)
  • Jarvis Cocker – From Auschwitz to Ipswich (from Jarvis)
  • ECC – Star Spangled Bologna (off Plagiarhythms v2.0)
  • Jimmy Cliff – Many Rivers to Cross (off Trojan Originals)

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8 Comments

  1. Pete
    April 27
    Reply

    Thanks Tim.
    See ya in Trier.

    Pete

  2. W. A. Duck
    April 28
    Reply

    Just finished listening to 117 – great show as always. And I think you did a pretty fair job in your assessment of the US and our gun-fetish. I personally don’t get it myself, but those who like guns tend to get rather … possessive of them. And the thought of losing their firearms, or even losing the right to buy bullets who’s popular name is “cop killers” is akin to removing their cock with rusty grapefruit knives.

    This country is nothing if not contradictory, and I do love it for that, but I do worry about it. Thanks to the current group of idiots I’ve given up thoughts of travelling freely around the world until I develop a good Canadian accent. Someday though.

  3. April 29
    Reply

    Only your weird and funky ass can put Cradle of Filth and Drum and Bass back to back!

    Awesome show. Helped me cleaned my flat! 🙂

  4. April 29
    Reply

    I thought Cradle of Filth was drum and bass? Is it not? 😉

    Glad you all enjoyed it! No US death threats (yet)

  5. misterB
    May 2
    Reply

    Tim,
    I’m only up to the Dead Kennedy’s song, but I’m calling this cast one of your best yet.

    Cheers.

  6. May 3
    Reply

    “I Don’t Like Mondays” banned in the US? Nope, was quite popular actually, esp. here in Southern California were the incident that inspired the song took place. An urban legend, perhaps?

    We don’t usually ban music here – First Amendment and all that. Music is suppressed if it violates copyright blah blah blah, but you know that. Even Ice T/Bodycounts’ “Cop Killer” was reinstated on the album after the furor died down.

    ANYWAY, fine show and thanks for the spin!

  7. May 3
    Reply

    Hmm it used to say on Wikipedia that it was banned, now it’s gone. Damn Wikipedia….

  8. May 6
    Reply

    Really great podcast!
    Some really twisted shit in there, very fitting for the theme. I was half expecting to hear some Marylin Manson mash up too. I must say, this is the first time I’ve experienced breakcore as light relief. I didn’t know that about “I Don’t Like Mondays” either, so chilling.

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