#24: June 16, 2013
01. Public Image Ltd. - Low Life / First Issue
02. Killing Joke – Change / Killing Joke
03. The Mark of Cain - Walk Away / Ill At Ease
04. The Adverts - Bored Teenagers (single) / Singles
05. Broken Water - Peripheral Star / Peripheral Star
06. Sam & Dave Hold On! - I’m Comin’ / Stax/Volt Singles: 1959-1968
07. Heavy Blanket - Galloping Toward The Unknown / Heavy Blanket
08. Blue Cheer - Summertime Blues / Vincebus Eruptum
09. Track 01 - Ravi Padmanabha & Lathan Hardy / Long Island City Session
10. The Middle Class – Situations / A Blueprint For Joy 1978-1980
11. Betty Davis - Don’t Call Her No Tramp / They Say I’m Different
12. Dr. Alimantado - Mash It Up / If Deejay Was Your Trade
13. Joy Division – Interzone / Unknown Pleasures
14. Konono Nº1 - Kule Kule Reprise / Congotronics
15. Just Measurers - Dinner Party / Flagellation
01. Raymond Scott - And The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon / The Secret 7: “The Unexpected”
02. The Truth - System Thinking / Synthetic Romance
03. Cobalt - Drink Me / Little Darla Has A Treat For You Volume 2
04. The Shadow Ring - Tuna In Brine / Patchouli and Echoes
05. Valet – Burmajuama / Blood Is Clean
06. Doctor Mix And The Remix - No Fun / single (A side mix)
07. Ty Segall - Fist Heart Mighty Dawn Dart / Ty Rex I
08. Ty Segall - Buick Mackane / Ty Rex I
09. Ty Segall - The Slider / Ty Rex I
10. Eater – Jeepster / Album, Singles +
11. Sort Sol - Children Of The Revolution / The Violent Bear It Away
12. Sein Sah Thin - Really Strange And Weird Things / Princess Nicotine
13. Cramps - New Kind of Kick / Gravest Hits
14. Flin Flon – Levis / 2003 Teenbeat
15. Peter Laughner - Ain’t It Fun / Take The Guitar Player For A Ride
The John Fisher Radio Show - WHOA
Folks - if you'll indulge me this one time I'd like to present this blast from my past. There is no Rollins content herein, but the Misifts runs deep thru it's veins. 'Outer Limits' was a comic shop in the town I went to school in. John Fisher was it's king.
The JOHN FISHER RADIO SHOW - WHOA was broadcast from a top secret location, somewhere in the Lisburn area. The first and only pirate radio station in Lisburn HISS fm on 108 MHZ. THE JOHN FISHER RADIO SHOW - WHOA was first broadcast in the years 1989 - to 1990. Around 17 shows were made, these are the only two remaining broadcasts that were recorded by our sponsors OUTER LIMITS - IT'S A COMIC SHOP - YEAH! DISCLAIMER: JOHN FISHER - whoever he was - held no copyright to any songs played in this broadcast. No copyright infringement is intended. No animals were harmed in this broadcast. You can find THE JOHN FISHER RADIO SHOW - WHOA live at Barnards star, and Alpha Centauri. Thank you for listening to this anarchic broadcast. I love you all. Remember, who gave rock and roll and THE JOHN FISHER RADIO SHOW - WHOA to ya? God gave rock and roll to ya, as KISS once sang. We were just crazy young juves who loved comic books, heavy metal music and 2000 AD - the galaxy's greatest comic. THE JOHN FISHER RADIO SHOW-WHOA featured MARTY, ALAN, GLENN DANZIG, THE SEVEN DWARVES, STAN RIDGEWAY, THE COUNT FROM SESAME STREET, MR ALOYSILUS SNUFFLUPAGUS, THE PRISONER, THE BABY EATING BISHOP OF BATH AND WELLS FROM BLACKADDER AND PRESENTING 'ALI' AS MARTY'S SISTER. This has been an OUTER LIMITS PRODUCTION. The photographs in this presentation are from JOHN FISHER'S 21st BIRTHDAY BLITZKRIEG FEATURING THE ASTROZOMBIES, COMING SOON TO A VIMEO VIDEO NEAR YOU.
Tragically, Jonathan Fisher almost died a year later, he suffered an undiagnosed Addisonian crisis that left him with a brain injury. You can read all about Jonathan Fisher's amazing life story in August Always. Available on Amazon Kindle.
August Always is available to download as two formats:
Mick Geyer Tribute
Folks - Thanks to our good friend Alchemist for bringing this show to our attention. Files were tagged and pdf files of the transcripts and track listings were attached. Many thanks Alchemist.
In tribute to his good friend Mick Geyer, Henry put together this show as part of a series to mark the first anniversary of Mick's death.
For more info check out: http://www.pbsfm.org.au/mickgeyer
PS - this show is posted in the May 2006 section as it was originally broadcast then. Yes, I'm a geek. So once it leaves the front page here, that's where you'll find it.
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