iVoryTowerz Radio: Some Like it Hot

Although the underground podcast is known for taking its music seriously, this musical adventure definitely gets hot. And as usual, on various levels. Our Kinky program last week seemed to inspire the steamy requests. But you can also hear the hosts get hot over the RIAA (Record Industry Association of America) and how that organization wants to keep listeners from finding some music. Appropriately, the program begins with the band leading the way in creating a new paradigm for music distribution, Radiohead. There's plenty of straight ahead rock in this week's excursion with a mix of new music and older items from the past 25 years. Enjoy!

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"Bodysnatchers" by Radiohead
"Sleep Sweet" by Home Video
“Give Up" by The Postal Service
"Gettysburg" by The Brandos
"The Price of Love" by The Everly Brothers
"She Moves in Her Own Way" by The Kooks
“Don't You Wish it Were True” by John Fogerty
“Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)” by Big & Rich (request)
“Stoop Down #39” by The J. Geils Band
"Some Like it Hot" by The Power Station (request)
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “Heavy Metal” by Sammy Hagar
Cover Me: "You Don't Mess Around with Jim" by Poison
Jeff’s New Wave: “Language Problems” by The Electric Guitars
"Don't Make Me Wait" by Locksley
"Gotta Get Away" by The Offspring
"Sick Sick Sick" by Queens of the Stone Age

(Mp3 Runs - 1:16:13; 70 MB.) *No explicit lyrics, but parental guidance may be necessary.*

(The 2001 photo of the sun is from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and is in the public domain.)

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