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«Garagepunx Hideout» The Mal Thursday Show: Texas Tyme Machine #11 #44
Donnerstag, 09. Jun 2016, 05:00 bis 06:00 Uhr

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The Mal Thursday Show #44: Texas Tyme Machine Vol. 11 - The Joe 'King' Carrasco and the Crowns Story

Mal Thursday fires up the Texas Tyme Machine with special guest passenger Joe "King" Carrasco, who is on hand to tell "The Joe 'King' Carrasco and the Crowns Story." Later in the program, Mal spins new releases from T. Tex Edwards, The Nervebreakers, The Sweet Nuthin, and The Ripe. Presented in Living Monophonic Sound.

  1. Joe "King" Carrasco: Drug Through the Mud (With the Crowns) Tell Me (With El Molino) Houston El Mover/Buena/Don't Bug Me, Baby/Party Weekend (With the Crowns)
  2. The Reasons Why: Don't Be That Way
  3. the Nervebreakers: Hijack the Radio T.
  4. Tex Edwards & out on Parole: Crazy Date
  5. the Sweet Nuthin': Your Mystery Is History
  6. Hans Frank "El Gallo": I'm in Love With a Ghost
  7. the Ripe: Be Adventurous
  8. the Thunderchiefs: Malaguena (Live at Counter Culture)
  9. Obn Iiis: Runnin' on Fumes
  10. Amplified Heat: Lost
  11. Lone Star Hippie: Mind Ride
  12. the Black Angels: Watch out, Boy
  13. Ufo Club: Be My Baby
  14. Kenny and the Kasuals: Floating
  15. Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns: One More Time

Garagepunx Hideout: The Mal Thursday Show

Direct from Austin, Texas, "The Mal Thursday Show" is back for another season of rock and roll mayhem on GaragePunk Pirate Radio. Since its inception as a weekly radio broadcast on WMUA-FM in Amherst, Massachusetts in 1987, "The Mal Thursday Show" has been delivering a potent mixture of garage, mod, freakbeat, psychedelic, punk, rock 'n' roll, and rhythm & blues. Nowadays, the show is based in Austin, Texas, and heard worldwide on and via iTunes. Dig it!

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