ROCK N ROLL MELTDOWN

Rock n Roll Meltdown // 1700-1900 04.12.08

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Dear Jim, Please can you fix it for me to present ROCK N ROLL MELTDOWN on Subcity Radio this Thursday 17.00-19.00?

I really enjoy proper rock n' roll, heavy psychedelia, garage, punk, sleaze, glam, metal, death, name-dropping and persistant nonsense - so i would be an ideal candidate for the role.

Often in the past people have emailed the show ([email protected]) with any rock n' roll requests or stories and sometimes they even get played or read out! Sometimes they also text the word "subcity" + a message to 07766 40 41 42 if they are really desperate to get in touch - you'd think they had something really important to say or a song they really wanted to hear! Thanks Pete

ROCK N ROLL MELTDOWN - THURSDAY 17:00 - 19:00

Posted at 10:18, 4th December 2008

playlist

you keep me hanging on
Vanilla Fudge Rhino
a question of temperature
The Balloon Farm Rhino
into the fire
Deep Purple EMI
R.A.M.O.N.E.S.
Ramones Chrysalis
machine gun etiquette
The Damned Castle
send me a postcard
Shocking Blue Emperor Norton
rocker
AC/DC Atco
i am a demon & i love rock n' roll
Sweatmaster Bad Afro
H-eyes
The Ruts EMI
please come back
Q.65 Decca
jailbait
The Travel Agency Crypt
two million voices
The Angelic Upstarts EMI
she cracked (demo)
The Modern Lovers Rough Trade
cold stone
The Pretty Things Snapper
way down
Elvis Presley BMG
summertime blues
Eddie Cochrane Liberty
your time is gonna come
Led Zeppelin Atlantic
black mountain side
Led Zeppelin Atlantic
wheels of steel
Saxon Carrere
white light / white heat
The Velvet Underground Verve
mud in your eye
Les Fleurs De Lys Immediate
(my baby does) good sculptures
The Rezillos Sire
doing a number
The Everpresent Fullness Paperbox
hey, mr. holy man
Kiss Inc. Admiral
boss
The Rumblers Born Bad
it's so easy
Guns 'N' Roses Geffen
the 99th floor
The Moving Sidewalks Paperbox
wrong place / right time
The Fall Rough Trade
ain't about to lose my cool
The Original Dukes AIP
one too many mornings
The Beau Brummels Warner
out of time
The Rolling Stones London

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