The Paranoid Squirrel ep 575

October 21st, 2017

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No e-mails, no texts, so it looks like last night’s show  on Rock Radio UK went off all right. Although to balance things out, as I ran short on last week’s show, I over ran on this week’s. Not that you’d have known if you listened in live as I skilfully faded things out at the appointed time. So, if you Stream or Download yesterday’s show you’ll be treated to a whole 2 ½ minutes of extra music. That includes;

Smack,
Justin and the Unclean,
The Supersuckers,
The Crybabys,
Role Models,
Hardcore Superstar,
Derwood Andrews,
Sonic Screamers,
The Professionals,
Indonesian Junk,
The Routes,
The Cherry Dolls,
Broken Bones
and Metallica.

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The Paranoid Squirrel ep 574

October 14th, 2017

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So, two of the Invacar wheels fell off on last night’s show; I played the wrong side of a single, I realised my error whilst it was playing so apologised when it finished and I miss timed the length of the show, leaving me to ad-lib for 1 minute and 15 minutes. It’s not pretty. However, the previous 58 minutes and 45 seconds more than make up for it with
The Damned,
Mink Daggers,
The Fellow Reptiles,
Sulo,
The DeRellas,
The Electric Shakes,
The Curse,
The Lords of Altamont,
Jo Dog & the Desperados,
The Schizophonics,
Mean Motor Scooter,
Amplified,
The Cherry Dolls
and The Hellacopters occupying my Rock Radio UK time slot.

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The Paranoid Squirrel ep 573

October 7th, 2017

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Another week has ended and to help you while away time, I’ve an hours’ worth of tunes to impart on The Paranoid Squirrel Rock Show this week that originally aired on Friday 6th October at 11pm on Rock Radio UK. Expect to hear tracks from these bands;
Motörhead,
UFO,
Dead Furies,
Plastic Tears,
Michael Monroe,
Dead Boys,
Doctors of Madness,
Suicide Bombers,
Backstreet Girls,
Helldivers,
Evo/Algy
and The Dollyrots

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The Paranoid Squirrel ep 572

September 30th, 2017

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It’s Saturday and for some, yesterday was Payday. So, whilst you are thinking what to spend your hard-earned cash on over the next couple of days, have a listen to The Paranoid Squirrel Rock Show that aired on Rock Radio UK yesterday at 11pm for, as usual, a whole hour’s worth of music that you should hear on the radio but don’t.
Lined up this week are tracks from these artists;

The Ramones,
The Heartbreakers,
Duncan Reid and the Big Heads,
Dirty Fences,
The Singles,
The Darkness,
The Bronx,
The Wildhearts, M rvel,
WolfWolf,
Escobar,
The Dahlmanns,
The Stanleys,
The Crazy Squeeze
and Grave Pleasures.

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The Paranoid Squirrel ep 571

September 23rd, 2017

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Last night’s show was sponsored by Night Nurse, Kleenex Tissues and copious amounts of Jameson, as I had “Man-flu”. I soldiered on, putting aside the achy joints and mild sore throat, to bring you a veritable smorgasbord of cool old and new tunes. The whole shebang is now, obviously, available to stream or Download where you will hear tracks from;
Edwin Starr,
Sonny Vincent,
Captain Sensible,
David Bowie,
The Shadows of Knight,
Peter and the Test Tube Babies,
Oh! Gunquit,
The Heavy Metal Kids,
Last Great Dreamers,
The Main Grains,
Warrior Soul,
Von Hertzen Brothers
and the Foo Fighters.

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The Paranoid Squirrel ep 570

September 16th, 2017

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In a packed programme which aired last night on Rock Radio UK, I played tracks from these artists;
The Dirty Strangers,
Dirty Fences,
Razorbats,
The DeRellas,
The Hip Priests,
The Dead Boys,
The Damned,
Craggy Collide,
Four King Ace,
Deathtraps,
Jerry Williams,
Danny Frye & The Devil Dolls,
The Loyalties,
The Professionals
and Dig Deeper

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The Paranoid Squirrel ep 568

September 2nd, 2017

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As I was back behind the microphone at the requisite time, that was 11pm last night on Rock Radio UK, I was able to play, on Episode 568 of The Paranoid Squirrel Rock Show, tracks from these learned artists;
The Hydromatics,
The Volcanics,
The Objects,
Grave Pleasures,
The Black Bullets,
Tunguska (featuring me on Bass…),
Sloppy Seconds,
Dangerbird,
Satan’s Little Helpers,
Johnny Moped,
Marvel,
The Fiascos,
Shark Island,
Spread Eagle
and Junkyard.

Although I miss judged my timings and had to fade out Junkyard’s live cover of Girlschool’s “Emergency” who were aided and abetted by two Fiascos. Fortunately, that was only on Rock Radio UK. Here you get the who shebang!

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The Paranoid Squirrel ep 567

August 26th, 2017

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As I had to be up at the Underworld in Camden for 6:30 last night I had to dump the car and use the train. This means I got home after 11’o clock, the time I should’ve be Broadcasting, even if the curfew was 10’o clock. So I pre-record this week’s Paranoid Squirrel Rock Show, which aired at 11’o clock on Rock Radio UK yesterday. The bands that you will hear on this week’s show are;

Kid Slug,
The Blue Carpet Band,
Calva Louise,
White Ape,
The Fiascos,
The Empty Page,
Ming City Rockers,
Sly Persuaders
and Los Pepes.
All of which I saw last Saturday at The Windmill in Brixton. Basically, it’s my review of The Summer Weird Sin.

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The Paranoid Squirrel ep 565

August 12th, 2017

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Last night’s Paranoid Squirrel Rock Show on Rock Radio UK seemed to go without incident. On it I played tracks from these artists;

Suicidal Tendencies,
The Damned,
Dead Cross,
Penetration,
Råttanson,
The Chelsea Smiles,
The New York Dolls,
Kadavar,
The Yorkshire Rats,
Richie Ramone,
Derrick Anderson,
The Darts (US),
Numb
and Motörhead.

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The Paranoid Squirrel ep 549

April 22nd, 2017

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A new band to The Paranoid Squirrel are The Black Angels who are first up this week with a track from their “Death Song” LP. The Chuck Norris Experiment have covered an Adam West track on their up and coming “Chück Me!” album that has also just been released as a 7” which of course I play. Swiftly following on are Jake Starr and the Delicious Fullness as Jake used to be the throatalist with Adam West. Peter Perrett, singer with The Only Ones, is just about to release his first solo album “How the West was Won”, the title track of which I play. TV Eye, a band that Duran Duran owes a couple of their hits to, have just released an album of studio and rehearsal material recorded between 1977-78, amongst their ranks are Dave Kusworth (The Jacobite’s), Dave Twist (The Black Bombers) and Andrew Wickett (Duran Duran). Of course, I play something from it. Over Easter Flash House, Scumbag Millionaire, Bitch Queens and The Hip Priests set off for a four date Tourette dubbed “The Furious, faultless, four headed sexed up, revved up Rock ‘n’ Roll revue that’s guaranteed to lose money” because you could see all four bands, two which had been flown in from foreign climes, for a fiver. And to lose them even more money; the first ten people through the door, at each gig, got a 12-track tour ep for free. Naturally a track form each band is played. Straight after The Hip Priests I play some Body Count. I’ve never really been into them. I think naively I shied away because of Ice-T’s Rap connection. It’s not a bad album to be honest, the Slayer medley sounded like Slayer with Ice-T on vocals, it all right but I was expecting something else/more. In a great piece of linkage, I managed to play the new Black Bullets single whilst talking about early curfews. South African based band Four King Ace, think about it, have a track played from their debut album “Never Aim to Please” but it’s Crazy Lixx and a track from their 5th and new album “Rough Justice” that ends this week’s show.

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