Friday, 6 September 2013

Polyvinyl Craftsmen Transmission 102

Banana Splits or Animal Kwackers? Which slightly psychedelic fluffy animal men in suits band do you prefer? Were you an HR Pufnstuf fan? Anyone seen the Japanese Ultraman TV show? There's something undeniably appealing about watching men lumbering around in rubber or furry costumes in today's CGI dominated landscape.

What's that got to do with this week's show you might be wondering? Nothing really apart from the last song being the classic Tra La La Song by The Banana Splits. Here's your download, have fun.

The songs
Up And At Them – The Living Eyes
Editions of You – Roxy Music
Ain’t It Fun – Rocket From The Tombs
Double Line – Heavy Trash
No Pussy Blues – Grinderman
Straighten Out – The Stranglers
Brother Gog – Tony King
Winter’s Warm – Eddy Current Suppression Ring
The Rock – Atomic Rooster
If You Want This Love – The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band
Futterman’s Rule – Beastie Boys
Innocent Little Doggie – George Coleman
Hey Orpheus – Make Up
Quiet – Ian Dury and the Blockheads
Jackpot – The Roulettes
Mud In Your Eyes – Hunx and his Punx
When I Get Off – DMZ
You Are My Sunshine – The Ted Taylor Four
What A Waster – Adam Green
The Alarm – Coachwhips
Cream of the Young – The Fat White Family
Hot Wax – Beck
Just Drums – Tapes ‘n Tapes
Born On The Floor – Make Up
September Gurls – Big Star
Monk Chant (Live) – The Monks
The Tra La La Song – The Banana Splits

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