FFFreakout #474-476

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Here’s what has taken place on the weekly FFF show over the last three weeks. Despite some studio limitations here and there, we were able to talk up the new Sleaford Mods album a bit, contribute to the “power couples” day sponsorship at KMSU, plunge into some key Cheap Trick and Suburbs tracks in anticipation for their big show in Mankato, and knock out a few different Billy Childish-related groups. Thanks for checking in with us. Feel free to get in touch if you have any questions or comments.

FFFreakout #476 (Aired on 8/13/15):
10CC “Silly Love” from Greatest Hits 1972-1978
Sleaford Mods “Tarantula Deadly Cargo” from Key Markets
The Legendary Pink Dots “Mood 159″ from A Perfect Mystery
Brian Eno “Third Uncle” from Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy)
The Jesus & Mary Chain “Blues Fro A Gun” from 21 Singles (1984-1988)
Devo “Come Back Jonee” from Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!
Pink Floyd “Fearless” from Meddle
Beck “E-Pro” from Guero
Lou Reed “Perfect Day” from Transformer
Circuit Des Yeux “Do The Dishes” from In Plain Speech
The Delgados “Coming In From The Cold” from Hate
Felix Kubin “Morgenröte” from Filmmusik
Lightning Bolt “King Of My World” from Fantasy Empire
Dead Moon “Unknown Passage” from Echoes of the Past

FFFreakout #475 (Live on 8/6/15):
Pigeons “Buoy” from b/w “But For the Waves” 7″
The Fall “Shoulder Pads” from Bend Sinister
Royal Trux “Back to School” from Singles, Live, Unreleased
John Lennon and The Plastic Ono Band “Cold Turkey” from Gimme Some Truth box set
Throbbing Gristle “Hot On The Heels of Love” from 20 Jazz Funk Greats
Superchunk “The First Part” from Foolish
The Suburbs “Baby Heartbeat” from In Combo
The Suburbs “Tape Your Wife To The Ceiling” from Credit In Heaven
The Suburbs “Cows” from In Combo
The Suburbs “Love Is The Law” from Love Is The Law
Cheap Trick “Dream Police” from Dream Police
Cheap Trick “Surrender” from Live at Budokan
Cheap Trick “Day Tripper” (live) from Sex, America, Cheap Trick box set
Fleetwood Mac “That’s Enough For Me” from Tusk

FFFreakout #474 (Aired on 7/30/15):
Human Music “Jazz Kids” from Sup
Bruce Lacey “Funky Dance” from The Spacey Bruce Lacey
Brian Eno “Golden Hours” from Another Green World
Amos & Crew “Rex Humbard World Out-Reach Ministry” from True Tears
Biz Markie “Energy Blues” from Schoolhouse Rock! Rocks
Al Hirt “The Green Hornet Theme” from Kill Bill, Vol. 1 O.S.T.
The Beach Boys “Pet Sounds” from Pet Sounds
The White Stripes “The Air Near My Fingers” from Elephant
Seaweed “Go Your Own Way” from Clerks O.S.T.
Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney “The Girl Is Mine” from Essential Michael Jackson
Jim O’Rourke “Half Life Crisis” from Simple Songs
The Delmonas “I Feel Like Giving In” from 25 Years of Being Childish
The Zags “Did You Say Milkshake?” from Stop the World
Principality “Young Boys” from Glass
Allen and Dennis Callaci “I Won’t Share You” from Sing The Smiths Song Book
The Everly Brothers “Walk Right Back” from The Very Best of The Everly Brothers
The Milkshakes “I Need Loving” from 25 Years of Being Childish
Thee Headcoats “All My Feelings Denied” from 25 Years of Being Childish

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