iVoryTowerz Radio: Rebellious Jukebox

The rebellious jukebox sounds like a great alternate moniker for the underground podcast. And this podcast certainly has a rebellious edge. Listen to us come out in favor of early Ramones education for the pre-K set. Don't miss the medley dedicated to the White House that includes protest songs from three different decades. Plus there's the usual punk and metal ethos that fuel the angry attitude. This podcast is the jukebox that the corporate entities that dole out music don't want you to hear: the jukebox you can't take home to your parents. Well, besides copping a 'tude, we also manage to look at 40 years of rhythm and blues, and we leaven it all with a healthy dose of new rock. Enjoy!

(This podcast is no longer available for download.)


"Dancing Days" by The Stone Temple Pilots
Rick's Metal Shoppe: “Primal Concrete Sledge” by Pantera
Cover Me: "Sheena is a Punk Rocker" by Josie Cotton
Jeff’s New Wave: “Rebellious Jukebox” by The Fall
"With My Own Bare Hands" by Ween
“Buddy Holly" by Weezer
"I Met a Girl" by Wheat
"Rain" by Bishop Allen
"Say That Again" by Crowded House
“She Found a Fool” by Paul Cebar (request)
“44 Blues” by Hound Dog Taylor & The Houserockers
“Do the 45” by Ryan Shaw
"Three-time Loser" by Wilson Pickett
"Fight the Power, Parts I & II" by The Isley Brothers
"I Ain't Marchin' Any More" by Phil Ochs
"If I had a Rocket Launcher" by Bruce Cockburn

(Mp3 Runs - 1:14:42; 69 MB.) Program contains explicit lyrics.

(The photo is by rightee of Sheffield, U.K. via Flickr using a Creative Commons License.)

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