MRR Radio #1251 • 7/3/11


July 5th, 2011 by
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MRR Radio is a weekly radio show featuring the best DIY punk, garage rock and hardcore from the astounding, ever-growing Maximum Rocknroll record collection. You can find the MRR Radio podcast, as well as specials, archives, and more info at radio.maximumrocknroll.com. Thanks for listening, and stay tuned!

THIS WEEK: Merm and Layla destroy the patriarchy using the tools offered to them by punk rock.

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Kandeggina Gang

Intro song:
PARALISIS PERMANENTE – Heroes

Mariam’s “Dicks are for losers” set
CASTRATION SQUAD – X Girlfriend
TOZIBABE – Dezuje
NOG WATT – Big Warning, Big Mistake
FERTIL MISERIA – Los Generales

Layla’s Teenage Tantrum
HUL – Ingenting
ZÉRO DE CONDUITE – Je Suis Mort
UNIT 3 + VENUS – Beer
RAOOUL – Spirit of 78
MAD SOCIETY – Napalm
ICEAGE – IIIII

Mariam is Geeking on Greek
ADIEXOD – (1st song on the A-side of the Diataraxi Comp from 1984)
BIRTH WARD ’82 – The Greatest War
STRESS – (last song on the B-side of the Diataraxi Comp from 1984)

Layla does it Eye-talian Style
RAPPRESAGLIA – Attack
KANDEGGINA GANG – Sono Cattiva
BEDBOYS – Se Un Giordo Accadesse
CRACKED HIRN – Vomoeterra
NEGAZIONE – Tutti Pazzi

Mariam doesn’t want the kids to spend their money on shit they maybe haven’t heard
MG15 – Genocido
DESPERAT – Vi Förstör Vår Jord
PERDITION – System Hell

Outro song:
ATENTADO – Todo esta Oscuro

5 responses to “MRR Radio #1251 • 7/3/11”

6 07 2011
julien (03:23:14) :

Great anecdote about the Raaoul/ Skinned Teen split!

6 07 2011
cdb (07:48:40) :

hooray!

6 07 2011
Dk (23:27:37) :

I’ve already listened to the show like 4 times already. Dug it a lot. Calling it a total eargasm would be a huge understatement. And I agree, Layla – Scott Bauw (Baio) sounds a lot better xD

17 07 2011
Ian (14:28:08) :

“System Hell” is a Nerveskade song.

24 07 2011
Tricia (07:51:16) :

Great show! I love the header “doesn’t want kids to spend money on things they haven’t heard” although that has always been the thrill and gamble with record buying for me. And a motivation for people to keep their album art appealing. Keep the girl punk coming!

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