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MRR Radio #1582 • 11/5/17


November 5th, 2017 by

This episode of MRR Remote Radio comes from Lima, Peru, where Gustavo answers the age-old question of what would’ve happened if Selena y Los Dinos had kept it hardcore.

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Intro song:
GUINEA KID – Mongoloid

Does a Maximum Rocknroll shitworker shit in the woods?
NARC PARADE – Ned
FUSSY – Fussy’s in Your Head
BORED TO DEATH – I Hate Myself But I Hate You More
KING WORM – Kill Pizza Punks

Uplifting hymns to put on while shoplifting
DORY TOURETTE AND THE SKIRTHEADS – Wrong Man Here
THE JOCKS – Give Me Your Germs
CHATA – This Pipe Is an Ice Bong
976 – Bbq Egg Song

So you bought the new Green Day and are willing to give this punk thing a shot
CIVIL DYSENTERY – The Finish Line
DAVID COPPERFUCK – Night Blindness
JEAN JAM – Home Alone
ALIAS LA GRINGA – Diablos
MOMMY LONG LEGS – Assholes

Songs about ordinary fucking people
HIGH ANXIETY – Low Society
POSER POSSE – White Cars
TULSA – Atomic Cafe
SEXY – Xmas Song
DON’T ASK – Life

So Gilman St. is on Snapchat
URANIUM CLUB – The Lottery
ABI YOYOS – Bohemian Grove
WIMPS – Middle Ages
ASMEREIR – Gente Estupida
SOCIAL SICKNESS – Nobody Likes a Thinker
FUNERAL SHOCK – Here Is
THE FONDLED – You Suck Eggs

The Gentrifier’s Guide to Thrashing
WHITE TRASH SUPERMAN – Speed It Up
MEN’S RECOVERY PROJECT – Normal Man
PONCHO NEGRO – Fracaso
MR. WRONG – Do You Have a Job For a Girl Like Me?

Outro song:
HOBO JOHNSON – The Recipe

Maximum Rocknroll Radio is a weekly radio show and podcast featuring DIY punk, garage rock, hardcore, and more from around the world. Our rotating cast of DJs picks the best of the best from MRR magazine’s astounding, ever-growing vinyl archive. You can find MRR Radio archives, specials, and more at radio.maximumrocknroll.com. Thanks for listening!



Maximum Rocknroll #415 • Dec 2017

Check it out, it’s Maximum Rocknroll #415, the December 2017 issue! We are proud to feature an interview conducted by the organizer of the Bay Area’s Evaluate What You Tolerate compilation and zine with Cat Brooks, co-founder of the Anti Police-Terror Project. She speaks at length with us about organizing alternatives to state policing. We also hear from Portland, Oregon’s No! To Rape Culture collective about marginalized people collectively organizing against rape and other forms of oppression. Ex-VELVET UNDERGROUND member Willie “Loco” Alexander spills all about his 50-plus-year-long “so-called career” from his early garage rock years to his modern recordings. We also have part two of our lengthy article about the history of Alabama punk, covering Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, and more! Also included is an article in tribute to the radical life of Fred “Freak” Smith of BEEFEATER. We have a ton of international punk coverage this month! There is a massive feature on Sheffield, England, including a scene report, a mini-interivew with the Kids of the Lughole label, a full-length interview with COMMUNITY, and a photo spread from the Noise Annoys festival. For those hungry more more photos, there’s some fresh shots from Toronto’s Not Dead Yet fest as well. Russia’s STRESSHOLD give exclusive tidbits about touring and feminism in their home country, while Irish punks GRIT describe the politics and gentrification in Ireland. We also get updates about mental health from misanthropic Norwegian punks NEGATIV (who are a lot more positive than you’d expect). Plus you’ll find enough columns and reviews to gossip over for the rest of the month. So what are you waiting for?

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