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Reply #60 - Sep 5th, 2004 at 12:02am
 
Tuesday, August 31, 2004
Episode 127: BACK TO SCHOOL
(Updated Repeat)
- Weekend of September 5, 2004

ARE WE HAVING FUN YET?

The Beach Boy . . bikinis . . . reggae music . . . bikinis . . .
volleyball . . . skateboards . . . Did I mention bikinis?

Summertime, baby. Forget it. It's over.

It's back to the frustration, the humiliation,
the depressing horror show we like to call reality.

It's the Underground Garage Back to School Special featuring
Yardbirds, Kinks, Gants, Replacements, and the Dave Clark Five.

New music from the Hives, the Insomniacs, and Mooney Suzuki.

Find out what Eddie Cochran, Jimi Hendrix, Lee Hazlewood,
and the Shangri-Las have in common.

It's too cool for school, baby.

It's the Underground Garage Back to School Special.

See you this weekend.

~Little Steven~
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Reply #61 - Sep 11th, 2004 at 3:04pm
 
Episode 128:
MONKEE TIME
- Weekend of September 12, 2004

Have you had quite enough with the hurricanes, the political conventions,
and the depressing news that The Sopranos won't be back until '06?

Well don't worry about a thing because this week in the
Underground Garage we are celebrating the Monkees!

No, not those Neanderthals that are running for President;
the TV show that turned into a rock group.

Helping us celebrate will be Beatles, Miracles, and Woggles.

New music from the Insomniacs, the Hives, the Forty Fives, the Paybacks,
Mooney Suzuki, and the Rainy Day Saints.

Find out what Paul Butterfield, the Beach Boys
and Rufus Thomas have in common.

It's Rolling Stones!

It's Sex Pistols!

It's your favorite primates: Monkees, Monkees, and more Monkees.

This week, in the Underground Garage.

~Little Steven~
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Reply #62 - Sep 18th, 2004 at 3:03pm
 
Episode 129:
NEW NETHERLANDS (Updated Repeat)
- Weekend of September 19, 2004

You've been to the beach all summer . . . out on the golf course . . .
family trips to the country. Let's face it. You've been breathing too
much almost clean air.

But we'll fix that.

This weekend in the Underground Garage it's Mean Streets,
Dog Day Afternoon, Public Enemy, Little Caesar, and Guys and Dolls.

It's a celebration of New York and New Jersey.

Joining us will be Blues Magoos, Blondie, and Belmonts;
not to mention Dolls, Dictators, and Darts!

New music from Mooney Suzuki, the Insomniacs,
the Rainy Day Saints, and the Hawaii Mud Bombers.

Find out why Garland Jeffreys, Jim Carroll and Bob Dyla
all love the Chiffons.

Are you talking to me? Yeah, I'm talking to you.

Bring your cards and dice and I'll see you this weekend
in the Underground Garage.

~Little Steven~

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Reply #63 - Sep 27th, 2004 at 10:51am
 
Episode 130:
FLASHBACK-THE TRIP (Updated Repeat)
- Weekend of  September 26, 2004

Are you finding the information age a bit oppressive?
Has more information delivered quicker somehow left you with less time?
Is everything being organized and in its place and having to be done precisely
and at a certain time making you claustrophobic, people phobic and insane?
Well turn off your mind, relax and float downstream to the Underground Garage
where we will take you to a better place for two hours and perhaps an eternity!
Tour guides on our trip include no less than the Beatles, the Rolling Stones,
the Byrds and the Ramones. New music from the Hawaii Mud Bombers,
the Insomniacs, Mooney Suzuki, Jarvis Humby, and the Rainy Day Saints.
Find out what Graham Parker, Lou Reed, Arthur Lee, Donovan,
and Nancy Sinatra have in common.
This is one trip your travel agent can't commission.
Tune in, turn on, drop out this weekend in the Underground Garage.

~Little Steven~
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Reply #64 - Oct 2nd, 2004 at 6:46am
 
Episode 131: FUN WITH MUSIC DAY
- Weekend of October 3, 2004

Family Values, Family Values, Family Values...
if I hear Family Values one more time I'm gonna throw up.
Where did it all begin? What happened to fun, freedom
and decadence and how did all the things in life worth living for
get replaced by Family Values, you ask?

Well we're gonna tell you this weekend in the Underground Garage,
as we reveal the ultimate cult of freaks, misfits, and outcasts;
and they're all midgets and they wear demonic hats with horns attached.
I'm talking about the scariest cult in history.
It's The Mickey Mouse Club!
Helping us investigate will be the Stooges, the Replacements,
the Beatles, the Stones, the Beach Boys, and the Standells.
New music from Mooney Suzuki, the Flaming Sideburns, the Vines,
the Rainy Day Saints, the Flairz, and the Hawaii Mud Bombers.
Cool stuff from Social Distortion, the Pandoras,
and Rocket from the Crypt.
Find out what Nancy Sinatra, Freddie Cannon, Soupy Sales
and Eddie Cochran have in common and were any of them
former Mouseketeers.

It's the secrets of the Cult of the Mouse (among other things)
that are revealed this weekend in the Underground Garage.

~Little Steven~
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Reply #65 - Oct 10th, 2004 at 1:58am
 
Episode 132: GROUCHO MARX
(Updated Repeat)
- Weekend of October 10, 2004

Hello, I must be going.
But before I do, did I mention we're celebrating Groucho Marx in the Underground Garage this week?
Attending the party will be the Easybeats, the Yardbirds, the MC5, the Stones, and the Beatles.
New music from the Rainy Day Saints, the Hawaii Mud Bombers, Jarvis Humby, Nancy Sinatra, and U2.
Come find out what Jeff Beck, Patti Smith, the Bobby Fuller Four, and Stiv Bators have in common.
And find out what's the secret word this weekend in the Underground Garage.
~Little Steven~
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Reply #66 - Oct 18th, 2004 at 11:16am
 
Episode 133:
Heeere's Johnny(And Stiv)II
- Weekend of October 17, 2004

I know what you're thinking.
The vice presidential debate was so boring it made the presidential debate actually seem like fun.
Well we've got real fun in the Underground Garage this week where
we're celebrating the birthdays of two of the coolest pop culture icons in history.
I'm talking about Johnny Carson and Stiv Bators.
Helping us with the party will be wildlife experts the Beatles, the Byrds, and the Turtles.
New music from the Insomniacs, the Flairz, and the Cocktail Slippers;
and very cool stuff from J. Geils Band, the Woggles, the Kinks, and the Who.
Find out what Stiv Bators and Madonna had in common.
Why do the Grassroots hate all lawyers? Yeah, even more than you do.
Will Johnny Carson come back to take Conan O'Brian's timeslot?
All these questions and a few you haven't even thought of yet
answered this week in the Underground Garage.

~Little Steven~
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Re: Little Steven's Underground Garage
Reply #67 - Oct 18th, 2004 at 11:39am
 
oh cool, I love "thingytail Slippers"!

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Re: Little Steven's Underground Garage
Reply #68 - Oct 18th, 2004 at 1:22pm
 
Good catch...I had forgotten what weenie censors this version of
Yabba Dabba Do Message Board was...
ONE of the reasons I haven't been doing too much business
'round these parts lately.
I miss  the "questionable" stuff and have to go back and edit etc.
OK, the correct band is C O C K tail Slippers.
So there.
"Boris"
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Re: Little Steven's Underground Garage
Reply #69 - Oct 18th, 2004 at 4:24pm
 
Hmm...censorship on the internet...that would have been a good topic for the debates...it probably would have gotten as much time as the Roe vs. Wade/Supreme Court issues did.

Linda

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Reply #70 - Nov 6th, 2004 at 5:10am
 
Episode 136: CHRONICLES
- Weekend of November 7, 2004

Something is happening here, but you don't know what it is, do you,
Mr. and Mrs. Radio Listener?
Well, I'll tell you. It's a party - that's what's going on.
This weekend in the Underground Garage,
we are celebrating Bob Dylan's new book, Chronicles.
That's right. The gossip. The scandals.
All the secrets he kept hidden all these years, he's spillin' his guts
- right here on the coolest radio station in town!
Joining us at the party will be the Byrds, the Clash, Lou Reed, the Turtles, the Stones.
New music from the Flairz from Australia, the Cocktail Slippers from Norway,
the Minus 5 from Seattle, Reigning Sound from Memphis, and a whole lot more.
Find out what the Hawaii Mud Bombers and Nancy Sinatra have in common.
Are they in Bob's book?
Are you?
Find out this weekend in the Underground Garage.

~Little Steven~
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Reply #71 - Nov 14th, 2004 at 1:43am
 
Episode 137: DO THE ZONK!
- Weekend of November 14, 2004

I know what you're thinking, the party's over.
There's no possible reason to ever celebrate anything again.


Ah, but not so fast, Mon Ami!


There is one thing we do not celebrate often enough.
That's right!
Girls. Women. Females. Chicks. Skirts. Dolls.


This week in the Underground Garage, it's wall to wall Rock & Roll Chicks.


We got Cookies, Angels, Chiffons, Pandoras, Pristeens.
Cool new stuff from the C o c ktail Slippers from Norway,
The Hawaii Mud Bombers from Sweden,
and Tegan and Sara from Venus.


Find out what Dusty Springfield, Donna Loren, Marianne Faithfull,
Nancy Sinatra, Joan Jett, and Ellie Vee have in common.


Find out why Goldie and the Gingerbreads are the coolest all girl Rock & Roll band ever,
and more importantly, find out how to do the Zonk!


They're sexy, they're sweet, they're tough, they're vulnerable,they're Rock & Roll chicks.
And they're waiting for you this weekend in the Underground Garage.


~Little Steven~
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