May 22, 2010

All in the mind

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This week, we go take a historical journey through the emotion states of rock and roll, which is what it's all about. And it's not all about the love; we have outrage and panic from the optimistic 60s, confusion, depression and apathy from the 70s , and anxiety, fear and loneliness in the 80s. Enjoy.
  1. Panic, Reparata & The Delrons, 7"
  2. Outrage, Booker T & The MGs, The Complete Stax-Volt Singles 1959-1968 (Disc 4), 1965, Stax
  3. How Does It Feel, The Creation, We Are Painter Men, 1967, Hit-Ton
  4. Joy Of A Toy Continued, Kevin Ayers, Joy Of A Toy, 1970, Harvest
  5. Wheels Of Confusion, Black Sabbath, Vol.4, 1972, Vertigo
  6. Same Old Blues, Captain Beefheart and The Magic Band, Blue Jeans And Moonbeams, 1974, Virgin
  7. Lounging There Trying, Hatfield and The North, The Rotters' Club, 1975, Virgin
  8. I Want More, Can, Cannibalism, 1977, Virgin
  9. I'm Bored, Iggy Pop, New Values, 1979, RCA
  10. I Feel Mysterious Today, Wire, Chairs Missing, 1978, Harvest
  11. Everybody's Happy Nowadays, Buzzcocks, Singles Going Steady, 1979, United Artists
  12. Boy with the Perpetual Nervousness, The Feelies, Crazy Rhythms, 1980, Stiff
  13. In Fear Of fear, Bauhaus, 1979-1983, 1985, Beggars Banquet
  14. Don't Want to Know If You Are Lonely, Husker Du, Candy Apple Grey, 1986, SST
  15. Feel The Pain, Dinosaur Jr, Without A Sound, 1995, Blanco y Negro/Sire

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