11/30/17: Rock & Roll Feast

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The latest episode of the Fuzz Factory was a rock & roll feast. A musical feast of songs with food or drink in the title. Why? Because it’s the holiday season and that’s how we do it around here. It was a fun theme, I’m sure I’ll revisit it in the future,. Perhaps every holiday season.

Here was the very tasty playlist:

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Piece Of Pie – Stone Temple Pilots

Whiskey Hangover – Godsmack

Jelly Roll – Blue Murder

Peeling An Orange – Talk Show

Pair Of Cherry – Eric Matthews

Whiskey Won, Fall Down – The Chocolate Horse

Black Coffee – Black Flag

Rotten Egg – Gas Huffer

Sour Grapes – Descendents

Cheeseburger – Gang Of Four

99 Bottles Of Beer – Melvins

Onions Make The Milk Taste Bad – Melvins

Chocolate Bar – Pure

Cherry Cola – Eagles Of Death Metal

Little Miss Chocolate Syrup – The Dirtbombs

Custard Pie – Led Zeppelin

Cheap Wine – Brant Bjork & The Operators

Tequila Sundae – Urge Overkill

Sweet Potato – Cracker

Pickled Ginger – Wilco

Coffee In The Pot – Supergrass

Chocolate Cake – Soulvitamins

T.U.S.A. – Masters Of Reality

Roast Fish And Corn Bread (Extended Mix) – Lee “Scratch” Perry

Green Onions – Booker T & The MGs

Hot Dog – The Detroit Cobras

Polk Salad Annie – Tony Joe White

Pocket Fulla Fish – Speedball Baby

Southern Fried Chicken (Part 1 & 2) – Bill Thomas & The Fendells

Bloody Mary Morning – Willie Nelson

Eat Steak – Reverend Horton Heat

Bourbon – Tenderloin

Bar-B-Q – ZZ Top

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11/2/17: Three Weeks Of Halloween (Part 3)

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Last week was the final week of the Fuzz Factory Halloween special feature. I know Halloween has already passed, but everyday is Halloween.

This playlist is filled with even more blood, death, evil, demons, witches and ghosts and stuff. It also kicks ass. Check it out:

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Everyday Is Halloween – Ministry

The Gravedigger’s Song – Mark Lanegan Band

Death March – The Black Angels

The Creeps – Social Distortion

Werewolf Ears – Social Distortion

Hellbound Train – Three Bad Jacks

I Saw A Ghost Face – Valentine Six

From Hell To Texas – Nashville Pussy

Devil Man – Filthy Lucre

Ghostmotorfinger – Soundgarden

Vultures & Killers – Deaf Radio

Hellbound – Jerry Cantrell

Hell Fire – Arrowhead

Lucifer’s Friend – Lucifer’s Friend

Murder Nights – Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats

See You In Hell – Grim Reaper

Bloodletting (The Vampire Song) – Concrete Blonde

Halloween – Green Apple Quickstep

Ghost Town – The Specials

Devil Will Ride – Gomez

What’s That Spell?…Go To Hell! – The Hives

Killing Away – OFF!

Vampira – The Misfits

Ghost Machine – Sun Dial

Welcome To My Nightmare – Ronnie James Dio

Tao Of The Devil – Brant Bjork

Song For The Dead – Queens Of The Stone Age

10/19/17: Three Weeks Of Halloween (Part 1)

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It’s Halloween season as you all know. Last week was part one of what has become an annual tradition here, the Halloween Special Feature. This year it’s three weeks long.

Tune into the Fuzz Factory on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org). Here was the playlist for Part 1.

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Hallowen – Mastodon

Already Died – Eagles Of Death Metal

Marked By The Devil – The Hazytones

The Devil’s Orchard – Opeth

I Am A Ghost – Red Fang

Bury Me In Smoke – Down

The Witch – Mountain Of Judgement

Dead Souls – Joy Division

Screaming Skull – Sonic Youth

From The Dead – Faith No More

Beat The Devil’s Tattoo – Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Graveyard Song – A Bad Think

Blood From Stone – Mutts

Blood Drive – ASG

Life/Birth/Blood/Doom – Black Label Society

Death Dealer – Fireball Ministry

Drawing Dead – Dozer

Witches – Candlemass

Children Of The Grave – Black Sabbath

Shake Your Blood – Probot

You Know You’re Evil – Molton Leather

Head Like A Haunted House – Queens Of The Stone Age

Death Trip To Tulsa – Mark Lanegan Band

Playing Dead – Night Beats

Buried Alive – Yeah Yeah Yeahs Feat. Dr. Octagon

Last Train To Satansville – Swervedriver

 

10/5/17: Tom Petty Tribute

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Tom Petty was the best. He was creative integrity personified. He is deeply missed.

This Fuzz Factory was dedicated to Tom Petty. Two hours of his songs, performed solo and with the Heartbreakers. Plus plenty cover versions of his songs.

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I Need To Know – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Listen To Her Heart – Truck Stop Love

Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around – Loud Lucy With Louise Post

A Woman In Love (It’s Not Me) – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Don’t Do Me Like That – Mudcrutch

Century City – Aminiature

You Wreck Me – Dead Sex Kitten

Running Down A Dream – The Butchers

Mary’s New Car – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

High In The Morning – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

The Apartment Song (Demo) – Tom Petty

Shadow Of A Doubt (A Complex Kid) – Tom Petty

Breakdown – Grace Jones

Listen To Her Heart – The Pietasters

Here Comes My Girl – Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs

Refugee – Kristen De Beauvoir

American Girl – Everclear

Nightwatchman – Punch Drunk

Yer So Bad – Wolfie

You Got Lucky – Edsel

Here Comes My Girl – Throneberry

I Can’t Fight It – Mudcrutch

Fooled Again (I Don’t Like It) – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Restless – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Refugee – Melissa Etheridge

Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around (Demo) – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

Straight Into Darkness – Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

I Won’t Back Down – Tom Petty

Iggy & The Stooges

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Last week, I saw Iggy Pop in concert. He’s 70 years old now and still kicked them out real good. Therefore tonight, the Fuzz Factory special feature is Iggy Pop and his former band the Stooges.

I think the rest is self-explanatory.

Tune in tonight on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org) from 8-10 PM EST. Be there!