Well, well, well. Time to tell you all about what you missed on the Fuzz Factory last week. As usual it was a great show and it was great fun for me to bring it to you – the discerning rock & roll listener.
Tonight, my Compare/Contrast feature was the work of alternative rock legend Bob Mould. Bob Mould is well known to rock fans from his early days in the highly influential post-punk band Hüsker Dü and the short lived but highly regarded band Sugar. Throughout the years, he’s also recorded many discs as a solo artist. Bob Mould manages to have an unvarnished intensity coming through his music regardless of the tempo. I played a fun sized sample of this at the end of the show.
Make sure to listen to the Fuzz Factory and get your special rock & roll delivery of fat riffs, funky grooves and psychedelic pop twists from the last 30 years or so. If you like what you hear, go tell somebody because the Fuzz Factory is saving rock & roll radio one week at a time.
Get ready! The Fuzz Factory Halloween Special airs 10/24 and 10/31!
In the meantime, here’s that playlist.
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Fire It Up – Black Label Society
Peace Pipe – Cry Of Love
Hopeless Case Of A Kid In Denial – The Hellacopters
Second Song – TV On The Radio
Ladykillers – Lush
I Am Here – Savages
One Dose Of Truth – Girls Against Boys
Skulldiggin’ – Black Joe Lewis
Elephants & Tangerines – The Thornbirds
Portland – Deed
Majestic – Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies
Queens Will Play – Black Mountain
Gonna Live – The Ghost Wolves
Lily Of The Valley – Buffalo Killers
Strawberry – Butthole Surfers
Alone & Easy Target – Foo Fighters
Stand Guard – Bob Mould
JC Auto – Sugar
Something I Learned Today – Hüsker Dü
Don’t Want To Know If You Are Lonely – Hüsker Dü
First Drag Of The Day – Bob Mould
Never Talking To You Again – Hüsker Dü
Heartbreak A Stranger – Bob Mould
It’s Not Funny Anymore – Hüsker Dü
The Act We Act – Sugar
A Good Idea – Sugar