Savage Kick #37

Savage Kick

What goes on in a large, sub-cellar room illuminated by flickering lanterns on a sultry summer night in St. Louie? Why, only the mad creation of a new episode of Savage Kick, of course, the hard and relentless fight of one man against the forces of evil (bland, uninspired mainstream corporate rock, natch). Tune in this time to hear sonic rumblings from artists like the Oblivians, Mark Sultan, Holly Golightly, The Third Bardo, The Greenhornes, The Rip Offs, The Count Five, The 5.6.7.8’s, The Red Crayola, The Woggles, The Electric Prunes, the Pagans, Dean Carter, The Hipshakes, The Dirtbombs and more. A group of tough-looking men will see to it that you listen and cooperate. Enjoy.

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3 comments

  1. bobb says:

    awesome show! i had that penetrators song stuck in my heads for weeks than lost it and now its back. now ill stay up for hours singing a dumb song about shopping bags. thanks.

  2. Murder-Mystery says:

    the Pagans “Street Where Nobody Lives” made my day. Tell me that isn’t one of the coolest old time punk tunes.

  3. admin says:

    Playlist:
    Oblivians – Do the Milkshake
    Hipbone Slim and The Knee Tremblers – What Do You Look Like? (w/ Holly
    Golightly)
    Holly Golightly – You Ain’t No Big Thing
    The Greenhornes – There Is an End (W/ Holly Golightly)
    The Greenhornes – So Cold
    The Count Five – Teeny Bopper, Teeny Bopper
    The Red Crayola – Hurricane Fighter Plane
    The Electric Prunes – Sold to the Highest Bidder
    The Third Bardo – I’m Five Years Ahead of My Time
    Pagans – Street Where Nobody Lives
    The Penetrators – Shopping Bag
    Mark Sultan – Cursed World
    Dean Carter – Sizzlin’ Hot
    The 5.6.7.8’s – Ah-So!
    The Lobsters – All Night Lovin’ Man
    The Woggles – Green Fly (live)
    Blacktop – Blazing Streets
    The Dirtbombs – I Can’t Stop Thinking About It
    The Rip Offs – Dolemite
    Spastics – Cherry Pop
    The Intellectuals – Go to the Beach With Cinnamon Girl
    The Hipshakes – Summertime Blues
    The Reds – Lights Out

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