11/9/17: Social Distortion & Reverend Horton Heat

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Last week on the Fuzz Factory I was inspired by my real life. Frequent listeners know that’s how it goes around here. My conversations during the week can lead to something here in the Fuzz Factory. That happened this week with my choice to compare/contrast Social Distortion and Reverend Horton Heat. Two very good bands that I’ve played but never featured on the show before. Both bands carry that great rockabilly punk vibe. On a side note, it’s not a coincidence that my choice was also inspired by a certain woman with many tattoos.

There’s no Fuzz Factory tonight or next Thursday, due to finals week and the Thanksgiving holiday. I’ll be back in December.

Here’s the playlist:

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Marching On The Skulls Of The Dead – The Atomic Bitchwax

Swaggs – Mount Carmel

Alabama Slammer – Motorcity Daredevils

Blackest Eyes – Porcupine Tree

The Lost City Of Refuge – …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead

Fortress – Queens Of The Stone Age

Charlotte Rose – The Suede Brothers

Dandy Lion – Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies

Locomotive – Guns N’ Roses

Never Enough – L.A. Guns

Dead Jail Or Rock N Roll – Michael Monroe

Killing Floor (Get Down On It) – Verbena

Off The Ground – The Record Company

Going To Town – The Afghan Whigs

Lust – The Raveonettes

Our Little Secret – Rock City Angels

Anoxia – King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

Doublewide – Supersuckers

Dead Boy – The Toadies

The Regulator – Clutch

Bad Luck – Social Distortion

Suicide Doors – Reverend Horton Heat

Dear Lover – Social Distortion

One Time For Me – Reverend Horton Heat

Indulgence – Social Distortion

Mass Hysteria – Social Distortion

Jimbo Song – Reverend Horton Heat

400 Bucks – Reverend Horton Heat

 

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5/11/17: Luna & Galaxie 500

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Last week the Fuzz Factory the special feature was the solid yet atmospheric sound of Luna & Galaxie 500. Dean Wareham, seen staring into space in the photo above, is the guitarist/vocalist for both bands.

Check out the playlist and check out the Fuzz Factory. Thursdays 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org). Here’s that playlist…

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On We Go – Ten Foot Wizard

Lawless Lands – The Sword

Show Yourself – Mastodon

Devil Man – Filthy Lucre

Deep Inside My Heart – Rock City Angels

Stay With Me – T.S.O.L.

Peace Dog (original version) – The Cult

N.I.B. – Brownout

I Dreamt – The Black Angels

Let It Go – Sun Dial

Beehive – Mark Lanegan

It Don’t Have To Be – Maids Of Gravity

Take Care (To Comb Your Hair) – Ty Segall

People Of The Sky – Sloan

What You Isn’t – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Run – Supergrass

Things Are Gonna Be Alright – Acetone

From A Motel 6 – Yo La Tengo

Dear Diary – Luna

Blue Thunder – Galaxie 500

Pictures – Galaxie 500

The Alibi – Luna

Don’t Let Our Youth Go To Waste – Galaxie 500

IHOP – Luna

Freakin And Peakin – Luna

 

 

 

4/6/17: The Atomic Bitchwax & Black NASA

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This week my special feature was the Atomic Bitchwax and Black NASA, two bands that feature Chris Kosnik on bass and vocals. Chris Kosnik is one one my favorites. Bass lines and songs that never give up the groove. The end of the show was dedicated to his two bands.

The rest of the playlist could whip your ass. Here it is:

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Ego Death – A Place To Bury Strangers

Superhero – Faith No More

Mile Markers – The Dead Weather

I Switched You – Frank Black & The Catholics

(I Can’t) Get Around You – Ty Segall and White Fence

If I Was Connie Britton – Chuck Prophet

She’s So Scandalous – Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears

Touch Me I’m Going To Scream Pt. 1 – My Morning Jacket

For The Sake Of Argument – Black Pussy

Trapped – Deaf Radio

Take It Slow – Flithy Lucre

3’s & 7’s – Queens Of The Stone Age

I’ve Got A Feeling (That Won’t Change) – Sweetapple

Burning Time – Rollover

Hold On Me – Radio Birds

Get On The Snake – Soundgarden

Israel’s Son – Silverchair

Blow ‘Em Off – Monster Magnet

We’re An American Band – Raging Slab

Kiss The Sun – The Atomic Bitchwax

Don’t Do It – The Atomic Bitchwax

Solid – The Atomic Bitchwax

No Way Man – The Atomic Bitchwax

Boozer – Black NASA

Thanks Anyway – Black NASA

El Segundo – Black NASA

The Atomic Bitchwax & Black NASA

Tune into the Fuzz Factory with Brett Callero tonight. 8 – 10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Tonight my special feature is the Atomic Bitchwax and Black NASA, two bands that feature Chris Kosnik on bass and vocals. Chris Kosnik is one one my favorites. Bass lines and songs that never give up the groove. Tune in tonight and hear for yourself.

Here’s a sample of what you might hear…

 

Tonight, the Yardbirds Legacy

TONIGHT on the Fuzz Factory, I explore the legacy of the Yardbirds. One of the most important rock & roll bands of all time. Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page all played with the Yardbirds at one time or another. Tonight, I’ll play some of their songs and play cover versions of their songs and also play songs they covered.

It’s gonna be great. Be there.

3/9/17: Deep Purple & Aerosmith

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Welcome to the Fuzz Factory. Home of thick guitar riffs, psychedelic rock twists, spaced out grooves and more cowbell.

This week the Compare/Contrast feature was two of the heavy hitters in the rock & roll world. Aerosmith & Deep Purple. Both bands have had more than one life. Aerosmith has had virtually the exact same lineup therein entire history. Deep Purple on the other hand have changed members often, with the rhythm section remaining the main constant. Both bands have stretches where one could argue they were the biggest hard rock band in the world. For the set of their music tonight, I featured their best years. Early 70’s for Deep Purple. Mid 70’s for Aerosmith. When both bands were popular but still hungry for more. When they rode the edge in more wats than one, and fell over that edge on more than one occasion.

I also played a few brand new songs as well. They were mixed in with rock and roll released over the last 30 years or so. Umm, yeah, the playlist rocked, but what else would you expect from the Fuzz Factory. Tune in every Thursday night 8-10 PM (EST) on SCAD-Atlanta Radio (www.scadatlantaradio.org).

Here’s the playlist.

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By Crooked Steps – Soundgarden

Angel Eyes – Jerry Cantrell

You’re So Vague – Queens Of The Stone Age

A Perfect Day Elise – PJ Harvey

Witches Hand – Popstrangers

My Iron Lung – Radiohead

Backteeth – Elevator To Hell

Yesterday’s Blowin’ Back – Dead Meadow

Break A Guitar – Ty Segall

We Are Floating – Archie Bronson Outfit

Smile – The Go

When You Were Mine – The Church

Hot Thoughts – Spoon

Fact 67 – The Brian Jonestown Massacre

Top Yourself – The Raconteurs

Street Fighting Sun – Blitzen Trapper

Shela – Aerosmith

Lord Of The Thighs – Aerosmith

Combination – Aerosmith

Round And Round – Aerosmith

Space Trucking’ – Deep Purple

No One Came – Deep Purple

Sail Away – Deep Purple

Perfect Strangers – Deep Purple

2/23/17: Arctic Monkeys & Oasis

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I went very British this week with a Compare/Contrast feature of the Arctic Monkeys and Oasis.

Here’s the playlist, filled with blokes and geezers.

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Danger: Rock Science! – Menthol

Upstate – Jason Loewenstein

The Train Creep A-Loopin – The Limiñanas

Girlfriend – Matthew Sweet

Cheap Thrills – Eagles Of Death Metal

Love Love Love – Lenny Kravitz

Rollercoaster – Sun Dial

Of Dreams – Wellwater Conspiracy

Nimble – Fig Dish

Electricity – Spiritualized

Psycho Clogs – Jack Drag

Whole Lotta Nothing – Grand Mal

Give It Back To You – The Record Company 

Let The Day Begin – Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

Styggo – The Dandy Warhols

Talking In Tones – The Charlatans

Alarms – Goat

Shockblast – Kal-El

Don’t Bring Me Coffee – All Them Witches

Scorpio Rising – Death In Vegas

Let Forever Be – The Chemical Brothers

Rock N’ Roll Star – Oasis

Morning Glory – Oasis

Supersonic – Oasis

The View From The Afternoon – Arctic Monkeys

That’s Where You’re Wrong – Arctic Monkeys

My Propeller – Arctic Monkeys

One For The Road – Arctic Monkeys