Tuesday, December 20, 2011

AFS v. 340 ~ Free-Form Rock & Roll


This week in AFS...

* 24 flavors of free-form rock & roll
* all hail the quotable Matt Z!
* Greasy Pop hits!

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SWEET TOMMY BAND | Space Station Control/Beatniks | The World of Science 2x7" | New Beatniks 1981
SROS LORDS | The End | Evil Spawn 7" | Urinal Cake *new
JOHNNY ILL BAND | It's the Future | Ask All the Doctors Urinal Cake *new
THE KNOCKS | Traffic Jam | v/a: Chloroform | Mangrove 1996
FIFI & THE MACH III | Chu Chu Li'l Baby | split 7" w/ Bum | 1+2 1994
TONIGHT | Animal Call | 1978 7" | Freaked Out Frequencies 1998
THE HECK | I Need It | The Heck R.I.P.S. 7" | Rebelabel 1998
SUPERSNAZZ | Uncle Wiggly | Uncle Wiggly 7" | Get Hip 1995
SUNSHINE SUPER SCUM | Native Son, Rising Star | Two Reactions 7" | Siltbreeze 1997
CHURCH POLICE | The Oven is My Friend | v/a: Not So Quiet on the Western Front | Alternative Tentacles 1982
CULTURCIDE | The Heart of R'N'R (is the Profit) | Tacky Souvenirs of Pre-Revolutionary America | no label 1986
EVOLUTION CONTROL COMMITTEE | Stairway to Royalties | v/a: Noise Kills Punk Dead | Opulence! 1999
CYBORG | Tom's Jones | v/a: Noise Kills Punk Dead
BRUTUM FULMEN | Quartet for Plastic Toy Horns | v/a: Noise Kills Punk Dead
CULTURCIDE | Nothing / Plague/Disco | Year One | C.I.A. 1982
SHOCKHEADED PETERS | Blue Rosebuds [Residents] | v/a: Devastate to Liberate | Yangki 1985
MOUNTAINS & RAINBOWS | Indian | Knock Me Out 7" | Cass 2007
THE LOST DOMAIN | Indian War Whoop II | Blondes Chew More Gum | Negative Guest List *new (orig 1995)
DEMO-MOE | Unlimited Capacities | Demolish NYC | Maldoror 1988
CHEATER SLICKS | Bruno's Night Out/My Position on Nothingness | Guttural Live 2010 | Columbus Discount *new
PRIMEVILS | Whipping Tree | Chicken Factory | Greasy Pop 1987
THE LIZARD TRAIN | When the Acid Drops | Thirteen Hour Daydream 12" EP Greasy Pop 1986
EXPLODING WHITE MICE | Dangerous | A Nest of Vipers | Greasy Pop 1985
SCREAMING BELIEVERS | Faith | Communist Mutants from Space | Greasy Pop 1985
GARGOYLE SOX | Evil Exhibition | As the Master Sleeps... | Manster 1985
FOR AGAINST | Autocrat | Echelons | Independent Project 1987
MAD 3 | King Pyramid | Jack the Violence | Time Bomb 1996
MAGNETIX | Comme des B├Ętes | Drogue Electrique | Slovenly *new


3 comments:

Hamlin said...

train horn ringtone have become a growing trend as car and truck accessories and that is why there are many sales on the Internet. They add that powerful sound to your truck

Fuzzbox Flynn said...

love that Gargoyle Sox track....may have to hit that up tonight!

zedon said...

Some of the early train horn used multi-tone sounds while others used a single note for the sound. There were also other air horns used by the railroad that tried to imitate the first steam whistles.