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Fanatics! Another smashing intro song! I think it’s a great way to start the night. I can see seasoned KCRW listeners diving for their dials to turn away!

Ian MacKaye was in LA recently and he brought over an amazing DVD-R of music. It’s music that Lux and Ivy of The Cramps mentioned in interviews. Someone apparently hunted down a ton of songs that they talked about and put them into files. One of the tracks Ian pointed out, the Ran-Dell’s Martian Hop is where The Ruts took from in their killer b-side The Crack. I have been listening to The Ruts track over half my life and never knew where they got that from. Nice find, Ian! Also featured tonight is the original version of Green Fuz and then The Cramps version from their second album.

A couple of things to mention. Pepi Ginsberg gave me a copy of her new album, East Is East several weeks ago but told me to keep it on the down low until I heard from her. Since I found out about Pepi’s music through KCRW Kung Fu master, Anne Litt, I asked Pepi if I could pass on the album to her. Pepi said yes and so Anne and I have been sitting on this very cool album ever since. Pepi wrote me a few days ago and said we were free to play tracks off it, so here we are. I don’t know if Anne will feature a track from it this weekend, that’s up to her but we will be playing a track off it tonight, pretty cool.

Also, Anne sent me a link to download a track from the new Dinosaur Jr. album, Farm, not due out for weeks called You Should Know and we will be playing that one tonight as well. Not bad, Fanatics! Also a track from the new Unknown Instructors album, featuring David Thomas of Pere Ubu.

I hope you enjoy this thoughtful mix of music we have brought out for your consideration.

Until we do it again next week, Fanatics . . . STAY FANATIC!!! --Henry

E-Mail address for Henry: Henryontheradio@AOL.com

01. Early Man - Death Is The Answer / Closing In
02. Mississippi Fred McDowell - Shake 'Em On Down / Mississippi Fred McDowell
03. Gene Defcon - Ghoul For You / Throw Up & Die
04. Brian Eno - Blank Frank / Here Come The Warm Jets
05. The Ruts - The Crack / The Punk Singles Collection
06. Ran-Dells - Martian Hop / Lux and Ivy's Favorites Volume 6
07. Randy Alvey & The Green Fuz - Green Fuz / Trash Box Vol. 2
08. The Cramps - Green Fuz / Psychedelic Jungle
09. Pepi Ginsberg – Lost River / East Is East
10. Half Japanese - I'm Going To The Zoo / Half Gentlemen Not Beasts
11. Joe Meek - I Hear A New World / I Hear A New World
12. Sun Ra - Interplanetary Music / We Travel The Spaceways
13. Mono Mono - Kenimania / Nigeria Rock Special
14. Erase Errata - High Society / Other Animals
15. The Ramones - Time Bomb - Subterranean Jungle
16. Johnny & The Hurricanes - Reveille Rock / The Definitive Collection
17. Cosmic Jokers - Electronic News / Planeten Sit-In
18. The Beatles - Bad Boy / The Capitol Albums Vol. 2
19. Unknown Instructors - Afternoon Spent At The Bar, Sunny / Funland
20. Billy Eckstine - Caravan / Everything I Have Is Yours: The Best Of The M-G-M Years
21. Flower Travellin' Band - Satori Part I / Satori
22. Dinosaur Jr. – I Want You To Know / Farm
23. Tom Waits – Underground / Swordfishtrombones
24. Fats Waller - Eep, Ipe, Wanna Piece Of Pie / Last Years
25. X - The New World / More Fun In The New World
26. Sarolta Zalatnay - Ki Tiltija Meg / Sarolta Zalatnay
27. Mar Mar Aye - Someday He Will Return / Princess Nicotine
28. X Ray Spex - I Am a Cliché / Germ Free Adolescents
29. Tilt - Arkade Funk / single
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