12/15/16: Covered In Cover Songs


This week the Fuzz Factory returned to a popular musical destination. The Land of Cover Songs! As usual, it was a fun experience that included some of the best cover songs of all time. Here’s the playlist for the latest Fuzz Factory Cover Song Spectacular:

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Living After Midnight – The Donnas

Not Fragile – The Company Band

Can You See Me? – Soundgarden

How Soon Is Now? – Everclear

Can’t You See – Waylon Jennings

Jumpin’ Jack Flash – Giant Sand

Man Of Constant Sorrow – Skeewiff

It’s Only Rock & Roll (But I Like It) – Clinic

R U Experienced – Devo

Cheap Sunglasses – Wolfmother

Have A Cigar – Foo Fighters

A Horse With No Name – Loud Family

Ball Of Confusion – Love And Rockets

Wild Life – Beck

Shakin’ All Over – Bim Skala Bim

Get Ur Freak On – Eels

Tomorrow Never Knows – Phil Collins

You Never Give Me Your Money – Glenn Tilbrook w/ Nine Below Zero

When The Levee Breaks – John Campbell

Ball Peen Hammer – Joe Bonamassa

Hey Joe – Brant Bjork

Born Under A Bad Sign – Cream

Little Wing – Derek & The Dominos

Morning Dew – Duane & Gregg Allman

Shapes Of Things – Jeff Beck

The Wait – Metallica

Seek And Destroy – Agent Orange

Jingle Bell Rock – The Ventures 

Louie Louie (Live) – Iggy & The Stooges

Back In The U.S.S.R. – Lemmy Kilmister, John 5 & Eric Singer

Rocky Mountain Way – Triumph

Rude World – Robert Plant & Jimmy Page

Love Is Blindness – The Devlins

I Want Candy – Thee Headcoatees

Welcome Back – Rex Daisy

The Mighty Quinn – Cornershop

Cross Eyed Mary – Clutch

L.A. Woman – Billy Idol

Love Me Two Times – Psychic Ills

Candy-O – Electric Frankenstein

She Said, She Said – The Black Keys

Jump Into The Fire – LCD Soundsystem

Collage – Howlin Rain


Cover Song Spectacular

This week the Fuzz Factory will completely consist of cover songs. Wild, wonderful, cover songs. A popular feature of the show, cover songs are good listening. So join me in the Fuzz Factory tonight. I’ll be bringing the fun, I’ll be bringing a whole bunch of the best cover songs you ever heard.

Listen to the Fuzz Factory, on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Here is Devo covering Jimi Henrix, a sample of what you just might hear in the Fuzz Factory tonight:


12/8/16: Return To The Rock & Roll Zoo


Last week the Fuzz Factory returned to the animal kingdom so the animals can run the asylum. Here was their playlist of demands.

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Funeral For A Great Drunken Bird – All Them Witches

Animal – Awesome Color

Buffalo – Nudeswirl

Wolf Like Me – TV On The Radio

Catching The Butterfly – The Verve

Shark Ridden Waters – Gruff Rhys

Bull Black Nova – Wilco

Piranha – I Am Am Elastic Firecracker

Animal Wild – Shudder To Think

Velvet Dog – Sister Psychic

Animal Machine – The Vines

The Reason A Dog – Aerosmith

Peace Frog – The Doors

Fly Like An Eagle – Steve Miller Band

Blind Owl Speaks – Natural Child

Doves – The Black Angels

Firefly – Jucifer

Cat On The Wall – PJ Harvey

Drunken Butterfly – Sonic Youth

Fly On The Wall – The Jesus Lizard

The Lord Is A Monkey – Butthole Surfers

Folded Leopard Machine – ewewew

Wynona’s Big Brown Beaver – Primus

The Unicorn – Comets On Fire

The Hawk – Melvins

Very Ape – Nirvana

Give The Mule What He Wants – Queens Of The Stone Age

Lion’s Breath – Black Pussy

Monkey, I’m Your Man – Verbena

Animal – Pearl Jam

Cat Claw – The Kills

Bear Trap – The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

Buffalo Swan – Black Mountain

Two Horses – Mark Lanegan

Cattle Car – Clutch

Hey, Monkey Boy – Brant Bjork

Rabbit One – Masters Of Reality

White Bird – It’s A Beautiful Day

Sharks – Morphine

Dog On Fire / Pocket Fulla Fish – Speedball Baby

Butterfly Stroke – Mudhoney

Barracuda – Heart

The Zoo – Scorpions


It’s The Return Of The Rock & Roll Zoo

This week the Fuzz Factory returns to the animal kingdom, a favorite special feature. Animals have always provided great metaphors for rock & roll music. Tonight, I’ll explore that territory by playing great songs with animal titles.

Make sure to tune into the Fuzz Factory this week. Three more hours of great rock & roll coming at you tonight, 8-11 PM (EST).

Here is a sample of what you might hear tonight in the Fuzz factory Rock & Roll Zoo.



12/1/16: O Canada


Three things factored into my choice of theme this past week:

  1. My visit to Vancouver in August.
  2. The election of President Douchebag in the United States of America.
  3. It’s December. Canada is cold.

I’m not going anywhere, but many are talking about an exodus to Canada. Therefore, I thought I’d dedicate this episode to the rock & roll of Canada. So –  take off to the Great White North! The great nation of Canada. My second favorite country in the world.

I’ve always said much of Canadian rock & roll borders on cheese. Some cheese tastes great. Some just stinks. To elaborate, there’s been a lot of cheesy rock & roll made up north way. Canada is known for a few things in rock & roll. High pitched frontmen, the power trio and of course, Nickelback. I played some cheese, tastes great! However, I believe my taste strayed away from the stinkiest of Canadian cheese. There will be no Nickelback, no Barenaked Ladies, nor the damn Crash Test Dummies either! Can’t go there, not even in an ironic way.

Here’s the playlist – three hours of the finest Canadian rock & roll.

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If It Feels Good Do It – Sloan

I’m An Adult Now – Pursuit Of Happiness

The Nights Of Wine And Roses – Japandroids

Suffocate – 13 Engines

Cinderella Man – Rush

Poets – The Tragically Hip

Big Brown Turtle – Junkhouse

The Oaf – Big Wreck

Time Goes By – Triumph

Roller – April Wine

True Life Hero – Klaatu

No Time – The Guess Who

Signs – Five Man Electrical Band

The Loner – Neil Young

I Am Here – The Grapes Of Wrath

It Falls Apart – Odds

She Says What She Means – Sloan

Dirty Weapons – Killer Dwarfs

Hangman – Sheavy

A Passage To Bangkok (Live) – Rush

This Beat Goes On / Switching’ To Glide – The Kings

Born To Die – King Khan & The Shrines

Cold Criminals – Pink Mountaintops

Orpheus Light – Grim Tower

Constellations – Black Mountains

People Of The Sky – Sloan

Old Man – Neil Young

Suddenly / Baby, I Won’t Do You No Harm / We’ll Get There / I Should Know – The Sheepdogs

Cordelia – The Tragically Hip

Loaded Gun – Lightning Dust

Set Us Free (Remix) – Black Mountain

The Birdman – Our Lady Peace

One More Astronaut – I Mother Earth

Circumstances – Rush

Take Me To The Top – Loverboy

Strange Dreams – Frank Marino & Mahogany Rush

New Girl Now – Honeymoon Suite

Lunatic Fringe – Red Rider


O Canada

Tonight we take off to the Great White North. The great nation of Canada. Inspired by two things, my visit to Vancouver in August and the election of President Douchebag in America. I’m not going anywhere, but many are talking about an exodus to Canada. Therefore, I thought I’d dedicate this episode to the rock & roll of Canada.

Canada is known for a few things in rock & roll. High pitched frontmen, the power trio and of course, Nickelback. Tonight, you’ll get some of that and more! Listen TONIGHT from 8-11 PM (EST) for three hours of the finest Canadian rock & roll. Check out the video samples below for a taste of what you might hear tonight.

There will be no Nickelback, no Barenaked Ladies or the damn Crash Test Dummies either! Can’t go there, not even in an ironic way.

11/17/16: Helmet & Band Of Susans


Sorry folks, been on break and did not realize this playlist was left unposted. Earlier this month I saw Helmet in concert at the Masquerade, a music venue in Atlanta. Turns out this was my last concert at the classic old mill location on North Avenue. This show was in Heaven, the largest of the three rooms there.

Make sure you listen to the Fuzz Factory, Thursdays from 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

So anyways, let me get to that playlist.

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Absolution – Ghost

The 1 – Truckfighters

Lord Of The Sky – Kadavar

SuperChrist – Smashing Pumpkins

The Iron Bell – Baroness

The Rose Petalled Garden – Black Label Society

Waterfall – The Toadies

Freeze-Dried Flies – Local H

I Sat By The Ocean – Queens Of The Stone Age

Go Tell Somebody – King’s X

King Richard The Lion Heart – Masters Of Reality

Backwater – Meat Puppets

I Hate Rock N’ Roll – The Jesus And Mary Chain

Bad Vibrations – The Black Angels

Cut It Short – Red Fang

Luvin’ – Brant Bjork

Glamorous – The Jesus Lizard

Acetate – METZ

Wilma’s Rainbow – Helmet

Where Have All The Flowers Gone – Band Of Susans

The Last Temptation Of Susan – Band Of Susans

Life Or Death – Helmet

Thorn In My Side – Band Of Susans

The Red And The Black (Remix) – Band Of Susans

Ironhead – Helmet

Milquetoast – Helmet