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26 songs, signifying A-Z, in one hour, from the Muppets to hardcore punk. Join us in this race against time. Download or listen below.





For Halloween this year, we descend to the cobwebby basement studio for a home-recorded show. This time for the web: Little Records Radio.

We reprise parts one and two of songs about ghosts to fit the Little Records Radio format of music recorded between 1976 and 1995, and provide new commentary. We are haunted throughout by ghosts and gremlins banging on the microphone table and sending hums through the cheap Radio Shack microphone, but manage to make it to the finale.

Download here or listen below. Creep—Creep out!

An instructional workout cassette. Grab some beer and donuts and listen.

Skinny Guy painting by Gene Dillon.

Skinny Guy painting by Gene Dillon.

Like his heroes George Strait and Ketih Whitley, William is unapologetically Country. His songs, while rooted in the present, call to mind simpler times when the back porch was where folks gathered to network. The first track on this show, ‘Trash,’ paints a picture of rural life that speaks to his small town sensibilities. ”This song identifies who I am,” he says. ”It shows character and that’s important where I’m from. You learn to say ‘yes, ma’am’ and ‘no, sir,’ and to open the door for the ladies.”

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For the holiday season, we bring you the second installment of Songs About Bad Parties. Get in the spirit, download, listen, and sulk in the corner.

This party just took a turn for the douche.

This party just took a turn for the douche.




This article, by the author of the greatest response to the war on terror of all time, is the greatest article about the Minutemen of all time.