5/17/12: Geography

Last week, as usual, the Fuzz Factory was dropping some cool ass rock & roll. This week I went back to the Geography Special Feature. It was high time to once again go around the world through the titles of great songs. We started in California and ended in Detroit Rock City. Many places, one playlist.

Rock & roll radio is still going strong. Get hip to the Fuzz Factory – and if you like what you hear, go tell all the magnificent bastards you know. Here is the playlist. The Fuzz Factory – saving rock & roll radio one week at a time.

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California – Two Minutes Hate

Texas – Boss Hog

Brazil – Love Battery

Mean Old Frisco Blues – Muddy Waters

U.S. Blues – The Grateful Dead

Sweet Home Chicago – Robert Johnson *

Ghost Of A Texas Ladies’ Man – Concrete Blonde

Paris – Triple Fast Action

Bethlehem Steel – Grant Lee Buffalo

Road To Rouen – Supergrass

Hotel Arizona – Wilco

Ohio Heat – Super Furry Animals

Cambridge, California – Lilys

Rome – Les Savy Fav

Handcuffed To A Fence In Mississippi – Jim White

Paris Sous La Neige – Mellow

Oklahoma, U.S.A. – Yo La Tengo

St. Louis Elegy – Mark Lanegan Band

California – Unified Theory

North Dakota – Thrush Hermit

Motor City Baby – The Dirtbombs

U-Mass – Pixies

Is Chicago, Is Not Chicago – Soul Coughing

23 Minutes In Brussels – Luna

China Girl – Iggy Pop

Panic In Detroit – David Bowie

New York City – John Lennon

I’m In Pittsburgh (And It’s Raining) – The Outcasts

Birmingham 1968 – The Movers

California Man – Cheap Trick

Indiana Wants Me – R. Dean Taylor

An Open Letter To N.Y.C. – The Beastie Boys

U.S. Teens Are Spoiled Bums – Half Japanese

Sink, Florida, Sink – Against Me!

Chicago – The Forecast

Detroit Rock City – KISS

* = listener request

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