So where were you? Sonic Nightmares celebrated its 50th episode live on Real Punk Radio on Wednesday October 20th 2010!
Now you can pretend you were there while listening to this incredible time capsule. Two hours of punk rock, garage, trash, mindless commentary and some impromptu live ditties by the Reverend Beat-Man! Cheers!
The Magnetix – Time After Time
Wau Y Los Aaarghs – Piedras
Stomachmouths – Teenage Caveman
Ulan Bator Trio –
Barbacans – I Know You – Go Down
La Di Das – Little Girl – EMI
Sexton Ming – Triffids – Creep Records
The Dry Heaves – Fuck Everything – Nitro
Flyboys – Theme Song – Frontier
Angry Samoans – You Stupid Asshole – Bad Trip
TSOL – Abolish Government/ Silent Majority – Posh Boy
Middle Class – Situations – Joke Records
Los Hitters – Delicuente
Los Monjes – Pobre Niña –
Derrell Felts – Too Much Lovin Goin On
Danny Reeves – I’m A Hobo
The Golden Dawn – Starvation – IA
Johnny Thompson Quintet – Color Me Columbus
The Stooges – Not Right
Baby Woodrose – Never Coming Back
The Pornostuntman – Get the Fuck OUT – Unreleased
Ty Segall – Girlfriend – Goner
DMZ – Mighty Idy – Sire
The Gories – Early In The Morning – Crypt
Les Problèmes – Je Ne Vois Rien
Nino Ferrer – Alexandre
Black Flag – Jealous Again –
The F.U’s – Preskool Dropout –
Jerry’s Kids – Straight Jacket
Gang Green – Snob –
Termites – Can’t Find My Mind – Jungle Noise
The Urban Voodoo Machine – Two Ships – Gypsy Hotel Records
The Monsters – Out Of My Life – GI Records
The Spider Babies – I Just Like To Get High – GI Records
The latest episode of Sonic Nightmares can best be described by this bit of peculiar prose:
Believe Me Little Girl when I tell you that when you’re Close To Me You Knock Me Out! Although this feeling is like aNervous Breakdown, with you by my side it’s like the World’s Up My Ass. How sweet it would be to forget it all and take that Holiday In Cambodia we always dreamed about where we could Shake That Thing in my Mustang but I Can’t Make It, girl, without Contact with you. Read more
Sonic Nightmares defies the laws of physics by podcasting from two locations at once. Gringo Starr will shock and amaze you while he sits in his living room and breathes new life into your day with hard hitting punk spanning three decades. Simultaneously, Reverend Beat-Man spins English punk and roll while having a pint and chatting up females from jolly old London town! Shake to classic tracks by The Crawdaddys, The Rockin’ Ramrods, The Mystreated, The Prisoners and The Wildebeests or do the ‘Huntington Beach Shuffle’ to a block of So Cal punk by the likes of Black Flag, Angry Samoans and Adolescents! Whatever which way you listen to it, it’s gonna sound right! Read more
Is Sonic Nightmares a Socialist plot dedicated to taking away your freedom? The Reverend Beat-Man returns from the U.S.A. with a pile of new vinyl and an eyewitness account of how ‘the greatest country on the face of the earth’ has been invaded by illegal aliens, Nazis, homos, Muslims and commies! Grab your tea bags and wiggle to patriotic tracks by The Leaves, The Loons, The Revelators and Quintron, but be careful you don’t spill your beer on the constitution! This episode was produced using only vinyl long-playing records. Freedom fries!
As summer clanks into high gear, the Sonic Nightmares team brings you golden garage tracks by the likes of The Ugly Ducklings, The In Crowd and The Tropics! Dance the Punky Turkey to a mind-numbing two-song block of punk and junk by El Tiki featuring The Warlocks! Look out for some rare tracks by The Bubble Puppy and some new gunk by Incuabili and The Horribly Wrongs! All this brought to you by four guys sitting on the couch! Ouch!
Rattle your keys to a rambling 44th edition of Sonic Nightmares! The episode that’s only slightly older than your hosts! Featuring golden oldies by The Music Machine, The Standells and the Golden Cups side by side with tracks by The Make Up, Wire and The Fabulous Mach Fu! There’s a lot to swallow during this episode so open wide, close your eyes and hold your nose!
83 minutes of mayhem, good conversation and pre-adolescent snickers featuring a 2010 European Garage Festival set by Gringo sprinkled with mind-numbing tracks by The Magnetix, The Wildebeests, The Rippers, and The Gravedigger V! Panti-Christ spins timeless classics by The Miracle Workers, The Music Machine along with some rippin’ punkers by The Necessary Evils, Bob Log III and The Morlocks while The Reverend-Beatman spins rare tracks by The Deviants, Das Golden Gate Quartet and Tony Strange and constantly using the phrase 7”! We want to have you!! Read more
Blow your mind with new European Garage tracks by The Vinyl Stiches, The Roadrunners and The Hollywood Sinners! Close your eyes and float back in time with classic Garage punkers from The Fabs, The Outsiders and Limey & The Yanks! Gasp and sweat to a block of new Voodoo Rhythm releases by Urban Junior and the Dead Brothers! Plus bonus commentary on the marvels of the Fax machine! Dig!
The boys are back after a eight week hiatus with a classic show packed with Punk, fraught with Freakbeat and teaming with Trash! Enjoy tracks by The Crackbrained Seranaders, The Spaceshits, The Microgirls, The Gravedigger V, The Sevens, Sir Douglas Quintet and many more! Read more