No Fuzz Factory This Week So Watch These Videos Instead

Unfortunately, there will be no big rock show this week. Don’t be concerned though, the Fuzz Factory will return next week with a great new playlist full of great rock & roll music. Next weeks feature will be one of my favorite bands, Black Mountain. I’ll feature their music, including a brand new song. I’ll also be featuring their various side projects. You won’t want to miss it.

So, I’ll catch you in the Fuzz Factory next week.

In the meantime, watch these good videos of fantastic music, starting with the newest video from Black Mountain, Mothers Of The Sun.





3/24/16: Monster Magnet & Black Label Society


Once again, the Fuzz Factory was a rockin’ good time. Back to the regular fuzz this week. The compare/contrast feature was Monster Magnet and Black Label Society. Great music from two bands that play high quality testosterone filled muscle rock.

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Here’s the playlist:

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Sleepy Silver Door – Dead Meadow

Slip Away – Hydromedusa

Roots & Beings – Druid

Rope – Foo Fighters

Best Of A Bad Situation – Wolfmother

No Rain (Ripped Away Version) – Blind Melon

Call Me Star – All Them Witches

If I – Animal Bag

Buttercup – Brad

Anyones’ Mistake – Chris Connelly

Buried By The Blues – Black Mountain

When I Was Yesterday – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Shelter Song – Temples

Crawl Home – The Desert Sessions

Desperation Burns – Baroness

Magic Bullet Theory – Droids Attack

Spanish Wild Rose – Kadavar

Dopes To Infinity – Monster Magnet

Negasonic Teenage Warhead – Monster Magnet

Bummer – Monster Magnet

Cyclops Revolution – Monster Magnet

Crazy Or High – Black Label Society

Life/Birth/Blood/Doom – Black Label Society

Stillborn – Black Label Society

Been A Long Time – Black Label Society

Double Dose Of Muscle

This week get ready for a double dose of muscle. The compare/contrast feature will be Black Label Society and Monster Magnet. Two bands that play metal that can be aptly described as testosterone filled muscle rock.

I find many similarities between these two bands. Sometimes Monster Magnet veer toward psychedelic outer space while Black Label Society (Zakk Wylde) go straight for the highway to hell. For the most part, they cross paths in many ways on their fat riff filled journey out of Jersey. Yeah, Monster Magnet and Zakk Wylde all hail from New Jersey, the Garden State. Anecdotally, I have learned that both bands are popular in the homosexual “bear” community. Hmmm…must be that super macho sound and attitude.

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Here’s a taste of both bands:

3/17/16: The Green Show


It was St. Patrick’s Day last Thursday. Instead of wearing green, I was playing green. Yes, playing songs and artists (even an occasional album) with green in their title.

Putting together the playlist was a little easier than expected. A lot of green out there, I even skipped a few notables.

Here’s the playlist:

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The Green Green Grass – The American Analog Set

Whisky & Green Tea – Supergrass

Green Ranger – Primus

Green – Mutha’s Day Out

Green Onions – Booker T & The MGs

Green River/Suzie Q (live) – Creedence Clearwater Revival

Little Green Bag – George Baker Selection

The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown) – Fleetwood Mac

The Green Manalishi (With The Two-Pronged Crown) – Judas Priest

Green-Eyed Lady – Sugarloaf

Devil With The Green Eyes – Matthew Sweet

Grass Is Greener – St. Paul & The Broken Bones

Tired Of Being Alone – Al Green

Don’t Come Running To Me – The Greenhornes

Green Chevy – East Ash

Grey Cell Green – Ned’s Atomic Dustbin

Green Mind – Dinosaur, Jr.

Howl – Greenleaf

Green Sky Green Lake – Dead Meadow

Don’t Get Too Desperate – Greenbeard

High For The Ride – Sea Of Green

Green Leader – Demon Cleaner

Green Machine – Kyuss

Rolling Green – Masters Of Reality

Green Belly – Ty Segall

Los Vargos – Green Apple Quickstep

Sproston Green – The Charlatans


3/10/16: Asking Questions


In the Fuzz Factory, just a little while back, we did nothing but ask questions. Yes, a brand new feature – songs that ask questions. I’m not sure if answers were provided, but plenty of questions were asked.

Here’s the inquisitive playlist:

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Are You Ready? – The Delta 72

How Low Is Low? – The Godfathers

Where’s The Manual? – Dramarama

Who’s Producing You? – Ty Segall

Where Do You Wanna Go? – Super Furry Animals

How Do You Sleep? – The Sights

Do You Wanna Get Heavy? – The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

Do I Wanna Know? – Arctic Monkeys

Are Friends Electric? – Gary Numan (Tubeway Army)

Where Is My Mind? – Pixies

Are You Experienced? – Jimi Hendrix

How Soon Is Now? – The Smiths

Where Have All The Good Times Gone? – David Bowie

Who’s Behind The Door? – Zebra

Why Won’t You Make Up Your Mind? – Tame Impala

How Does It Feel To Feel? – Ride

Who’s Been Sleeping In My Head? – Electrafixion

Can U Dig It? – Pop Will Eat Itself

Why Go? – Pearl Jam

Would? – Alice In Chains

What’s Your Badge Number? – Elders Of Zion

Where Is Everybody? – Nine Inch Nails

Can You Hear Me? – Lions

What Would A Wookie Do? – Clutch

Baby Doncha Know Your Man? – Rose Hill Drive

Is There Any Love In Your Heart? – Lenny Kravitz

Would You Fight For My Love? – Jack White

Songs That Ask A Question

I have a question that is an answer to a question. The feature on the Fuzz Factory this week is Questions. Specifically, songs that ask a question.

Why? Why not? Well, actually I’ve had a lot of questions on my mind. Lately I’ve been questioning a lot of things. Evaluate and reevaluate, question and question again.

So, there you go.

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Here are some songs that ask a question. I hope you find a few answers.