I don’t often get into deeply personal stuff on this show but for episode 69 I will make a rare exception. My Amar’e Stoudemire headphones broke into pieces during the recording of this program and it’s hard for me to put into words how upsetting this is. You can keep your Koss, your Beyer-Dynamics, your Sennheiser cans. True audiophiles know that Amar’e Stoudemire Skullcandy headphones are the real shit. Or at least they were before they broke into pieces.??

All of that said, much the way Amar’e Stoudamire dealt with adversity during his playing career, battling thru myriad injuries, I somehow worked thru the tears and managed to complete a show that I think ranks somewhere in the top 65 of those recorded to date. But I don’t want to toot my own horn so much, I would rather let history be the judge.

This week features a suite of songs featuring the late Larry Lifeless. I would like to apologize in advance for my comment about “hanging the Spacemen 3 bootlegs at the Taang Superstore at half mast” because technically, those were not bootlegs. Also, i don’t even know if the Taang Superstore is still open. The pandemic’s been hell on small businesses, as you know.

Richard H. Kirk – LD 60
Sewer Election – Pt. III
Geneva Skeen – Power Trouble (For M.A.)
Ubu Kung – Blood A Cum
Westside Gunn -Draymond (with Stove God Cooks, Rome Streetz)
Roadhouse – Shooting & Missing
Helm – Repellent
Kilslug – Snake Pit
Adolf Satan – In The Rain With No Cocaine
Angry Hate – Blinking Blue Lights
Upsidedown Cross – Battalion of Rats
The Sickness – Regurgitation
Schizos – Dead Routine
Blammo – Pavewave
Dilemma – 7 Weltwunder Der Technik
And Lace (Chelsea Bridge / Fetter) – Fabrik
Annettte Krebs / Rhodri Davies – Jailom
Dead Finks – (My Human) Extinction
Michael Beach – Societal Breakdown
Gerycz / Powers / Rolin – Rotations
Matthew J. Rolin – Arrow
Maxine Funke – Equinox
Bren’t Lewiis Ensemble – Gloria
Cantenac Dagar – Seleau