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#720 | Have a Gourd Time! | October 17, 2017

October 19, 6am

Double, double toil and trouble. Fire burn, and cauldron bubble. ~William Shakespeare


(intro) Melvins | Honey Bucket | Houdini
The Templars | Forgotten Souls | Deus Vult
Midnight | Penetratal Ecstacy | Sweet Death and Ecstacy
EEL | No Mercy | Night Parade Of 100 Demons
Patsy | Heathen | LA Women MLP
Egrets on Ergot | Mangkukulam | Surfeit of Gemütlich
Nots | Anxiuos Trend | 7″
Gay Witch Abortion | Wagon Train | split LP
Northless | Godsend | Last Bastion of Cowardice
Spotlights | Under The Earth | Seismec
Axis | Fear and Impulse | Shift
Trappist | No Corporate Beer | single
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Wailin Storms | Irene Garza | Sick City
Seven Dirty Words | Cheapshot | Along For The Ride
Blood Freak | Abhorrent Beast | Total Destruction Of The Human Form
Omotai | Ruined Oak | A Ruined Oak
Exhumed | Defenders Of The Grave | Death Revenge
Fox Face | (You’re Gonna) Wish You Were Dead | Spoil + Destroy
Ground | Pity Party Favors | Split
Les Lullies | Don Craine | Don’t Look Twice EP
Invidiosus | Purpose Defeater | split
Proto Idiot | What Is My Purpose? | Leisure Opportunity
Oxford Coma | Inflatable Patriots (Touching People in their Sleep) | Everything Out of Tune
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Antisect | Black | The Rising Of The Lights
Invidiosus | OD’d On Technology | Split
Kadavar | Die Baby Die | Rough Times
The Bronx | Two Birds | Bronx (V)
Spectral Haze | Master Sorcerer | Turning Electric
The Golden Boys | Dear Work | Better Than Good Times
Quin Galavis | Faces In The Crowd | The Battery Line
Rig Time! | Restricted | War
Plax | What A Waste | Plax
The Moth | Fail | Hysteria
Buzzard Dust | Home Pharmacy | Buzzard Dust
Lords Of Altamont | Death On The Highway | The Wild Sounds Of The Lords Of Altamont
Essex Muro | Roach Garden | Numb Life
Ufomammut | Core | 8
War Cloud | Divide And Conquer | War Cloud
(outro) Melvins | Hag Me | Houdini

Malderor – Gathering Of The Tribes Warm-Up Show

October 9, 10pm

Malderor is excited for this year’s edition of The Gathering Of The Tribes, a showcase of all the best of the local psychedelic rock scene here in the Bay Area, coming up two weeks from now, on Sunday, Oct. 22nd. He and Deathwish are joined by Dennis, the promoter for the event, and Mike, who sings and plays guitar in one of the bands, The Green Door. All the music this week is from Gathering bands, and we have a WORLD PREMIER from The Green Door! Check it out:

 

2:07pm: Black Cat by The Down Dirty Shake

2:08pm: David Crosby by Lee Gallagher and The Hallelujah

2:12pm: Death Trippers Anonymous by Impuritan Glow

2:24pm: Grow by Loco Tranquilo

2:30pm: All Our Yesterdays by Joshua Cook and the Key Of Now

2:35pm: Wild China Tree by Tara Beier

2:47pm: Death Valley by The Green Door

2:53pm: Invictus by The Golden Hexagrams

2:57pm: Loose Ends by The Spiral Electric

3:09pm: You Won’t Hear That Anymore by The Green Door

3:14pm: The Fever by Maya and the Revolutionary Hell Yeah!

3:15pm: Time Had Broken by Silent Pictures

3:25pm: Back Of Your Mind by Asteroid No. 4

3:29pm: Ghost In The Machine (Live At The Gathering Of The Tribes 2015) by The Spiral Electric

3:35pm: The Tip by California Raga Association

3:44pm: Buffalo Son by The Green Door

3:52pm: Live Set (Live From Gathering Of The Tribes 2015) by Carlton Melton

4:01pm: return to normal schedule.

 

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #318: It’s Much Too Much

October 9, 9pm

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Is he or isn’t he? Apparently he is. Dang. I saw Tom Petty three times in the late 80s and early 90s, including the very first Bridge School benefit in 1986, which is the only one I attended. I also was able to see him with Lenny Kravitz opening (the Let Love Rule tour). Petty always put on such a great show. I gave up going to shows in large venues many years ago, but I always felt that I seeing Petty again would be fun, regardless of the size of the venue.

There are few artists I would see in a large venue today. I would see Neil Young in a large venue if Crazy Horse was backing him. Other than that I prefer a venue ranging from a size 50-1500 people. The more intimate the better.

Speaking of an intimate setting, my bride took me to see Oh Sees (no more “Thee”) last week at the Great American Music Hall. Not only was it a brilliant show, it was without a doubt, the loudest show I have ever been to. Even guitarist/lead singer John Dwyer was heard to ask if that show wasn’t louder than the previous night’s? I’m seeing them again in December at The Chapel. Get your tickets before they sell out.

best venue in SF:

Last night I was lucky enough to catch what has been marked as the “Last Polka” of the great SF punk-polka band, Polkacide, at Bottom of the Hill. After 30+ years they’re hanging up their lederhosen. I spent a good 30 minutes in the polkapit. and boy did I feel it. The four original members are grandparent age now, and I’m guessing that having 10 people in the band makes it difficult to make the scene too often. I’m hoping for an annual reunion at the very least.

On a completely unrelated note, my bride Catherine gave birth to our little boy, Bodhi Miles Hell this past Thursday! We couldn’t be more excited about this fella coming into our lives. I’ll be taking a few weeks off from my show so I can be home with the little fella, fitting him with black t-shirts and guitar picks, and singing to him my favorite Melvis and Grateful Dead tunes. I can’t wait to have him and Little Lauson Hell both in the studio with me in the years to come.

Check out the playlist below. There’s a live Tom Petty tribute, new music from Ty Segall and Oh Sees, as well as Boris. Lots of great live treats in there as well.

Enjoy.

jh

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Porno: Limbomaniacs
Pan: Ty Segall

Plastic Plant: Thee Oh Sees (September 28, 2017 Great American Music Hall, SF, CA)
Jack the Ripper: Link Wray

Young, Gifted and Black: Aretha Franklin
Radebe: Johnny Dyani
Dead Flowers: Townes Van Zandt
Rise Up With Fists: Jenny Lewis and the Watson Twins

American Girl: Tom Petty (April 23, 1977 The Record Plant, Sausalito, CA)
Even the Losers/The Waiting/So You Want To Be A Rock and Roll Star: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers with Bob Dylan (June 26, 1986 HHH Metrodome, Minneapolis, MN)
Something in the Air: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

Keys to the Castle: Thee Oh Sees
Dystopia-Vanishing Point: Boris

Ride Into the Sun: The Velvet Underground
My Favorite Things: John Coltrane (October 26, 1963 Tivoli Koncertsal, Copenhagen)

I Loved Another Woman: Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac (June 9, 1968, Carousel Ballroom, SF, CA)

When Prince died I shared this video everywhere. Now that Petty has left us I think it bares reposting.

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #317: Take A Knee

October 1, 12pm

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I promised I wasn’t going to go on a rant tonight. I almost got through the entire show too. It was worth it. But it’s all about the music, right? That’s why you tune in. You want to hear what I’m going to play, and in what order I’ll be playing it. I get it. That’s why I listen to quality radio programs, and often with a pen and paper at hand. I want to get excited about a tune I haven’t heard before so I can run on out and purchase it, and perhaps get turned on to an artist that has deftly escaped my attention until now.

Recently, a friend of mine was telling me that I should contact a commercial radio station and ask for the opportunity to be their music director for one day. Yes, the music heard on most commercial stations, most of the time, makes me want to puke. Much of what I’m perplexed about is the order of their songs. They can hand me the list of all artists/songs they want played for that day and allow me to place it in an order that actually makes sense. Don’t hold your breath for me to do this anytime soon, but I do like the idea.

If you have been enjoying the second hour live sets I’ve been doing then I believe you’re really going to enjoy what I have in store for you on this show. Check out the playlist below, and click the stream/download links above.

Enjoy.

jh

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Radio Valencia in SF
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Some Context/The Acrid Corpse: King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

Powerman: The Kinks
Time of your Live: Daevid Allen
Repo Man: Iggy Pop

Rodeo Chica: Boss Hog
That’s Not My Name: Ting Tings
Let It Bleed: Goat

Plastic Plant: Thee Oh Sees
Death Sound Blues: Country Joe and the Fish
The Same Thing: Muddy Waters

Jeun Ko Ku: Fela Kuti

Keep on the Sunny Side: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Roadrunnre: Jerry Garcia Band (August 1, 1974 – Keystone, Berkeley, CA)

Head Home: Midlake
Visions of Johanna: Bob Dylan (May 26, 1966 Royal Albert Hall, London, England)

Sweet Jane: Lou Reed (October 27, 1974 Palace Theater, Dayton, OH)
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere: Neil Young (February 19, 1970 KQED TV, San Francisco, CA)

Messin’ With the Kid: Rory Gallagher (July 10, 1972 Bob Harris Show, BBC)

#718 | DJ AT WORK | TERRIBLE TUESDAY | SEPTEMBER 26, 2017

September 28, 5am

Hey hey. Thanks for listening to today’s radio show. If you missed it, click on the player down below or go to the website’s podcast page at www.radiovalencia.fm and/or download it or stream it. Oh yeah, DJ at work artwork by Tom Bagley. At times, it does look like that in the studio for us radio DJ’s. HA! Have a great week. CHEERS! ~DJ Naked Rob, SFCA

(intro) Melvins | Honey Bucket | Houdini
The Bronx | Night Drop At The Glue Factory | Bronx (V)
Kohti Tuhoa | Meille on Valehdeltu | Pelon Neljas Valtakunta
Big Heet | Flint | On A Wire
Friendship | Life Sentence | Hatred
Fox Face | Clever Girl | Spoil + Destroy
All Pigs Must Die | Blood Wet Teeth | Hostage Animal
METZ | Drained Lake | Strange Peace
ELM | Lamb | Dog
Dark/Light | Monday In the Clouds | Kill Some Time
IDYLLS | No Virility | The Barn
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Kadavar | Into The Wormehole | Rough Times
Invidiosus | Cultural Indifference | Split
Stonebirds | Sacrifice | Only Time
Overdose Support | Welcome Gift | Try Dying
Black Mare | Coral Vaults | Death Magick Mother
Spectral Haze | Turning Electric | Turning Electric
The Golden Boys | Lonely Girls | Better Than Good Times
Myrkur | Gladiatrix | Mareridt
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Ufomammut | Prismaze | 8
Quin Galavis | Any Head | The Battery Line
Fvzz Popvli | Hashish | Fvzz Dei
Plax | Black and White / Mistake | Plax
Rig Time! | Succumb | War
The Lumes | Compulsion | Envy
The Moth | Loose | Hysteria
Deafkids | Pés Atados | Configuração Do Lamento
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Buzzard Dust | Blue Bloods | Buzzard Dust
House Of Broken Promises | Toranado | Twisted
Bastardhammer | The Stink Of Failure | Split CD
War Cloud | Red Witch | War Cloud
Motorhead | Whiplash | Under Cover
Essex Muro | Napalm Collins | Numb Life
BLAHA | The Day We Were Born | Fresh Horse EP
Lords Of Altamont | Take A Walk | The Wild Sounds Of The Lords Of Altamont
Evil Triplet | Worship Satin | Otherworld
(outro) Melvins | Hag Me | Houdini

Hell’s Kitchen Radio #316: A Little Dab’ll Do Ya

September 25, 2pm

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When you start out in non-commercial radio today there’s such a learning curve when it comes to deep musical knowledge and history of the many genres one can investigate. When I started in 1988 I never thought that I would be able to conquer that mountain of musical mayhem. Almost 30 years later I find that I have a fairly intimate knowledge of many genres: early Jazz, Bebop, Post-bop, Chicago Blues, 60s/70s neo-Punk, 70s Classic Rock, 60s/70s Underground Funk, 60s American Psychedelia, Kraut Rock, 2000s Stoner Rock, all-things James Brown, Miles Davis, Grateful Dead, Melvins, and on and on and on…

I really feel for the new breed DJs who want to break into this scene today. There’s just too much damn great music to listen to. I was looking at a collection of digitized music of mine recently, and I cannot believe how much I haven’t even spent time listening to and getting to know on a deeper level. What the hell is wrong with me?!?!?! I really think that I need a gofundme for people to contribute to so I can take time off work so I can be able learn all this music to better entertain you.

There’s a world of great music out there to enjoy. I appreciate you tuning in every Monday night, and/or streaming/downloading these shows to help you broaden your musical horizons.

Enjoy.

jh

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New Day Rising: Husker Dü (October 17, 1987 The Ritz, NYC)
Eye Shaking King: Amon Dull II
Stop the Pusher: Bo Diddley

Moth Tongue: Crystal Fairy
The Pusher: Nina Simone
Detachable Penis: King Missle

High Heel Sneakers: Rahssan Roland Kirk
Sophisticated Sissy: Rufus Thomas
She Caught the Katy: Taj Mahal
Big Chief: The Meters

Aquarian: Sleep
Moving to Florida: Butthole Surfers
Wealthy Man: Cat Power

Sea of Joy: Blind Faith
Out of Focus: Blue Cheer
Mr. Brown: Bob Marley

Messin’ with the Kid: Buddy Guy and Junior Wells
Machine Gun: Jimi Hendrix
Oh Me: Meat Puppets

Neptune’s Convoy: Fu Manchu
The Klan: Gil Scott-Heron

Bitches Brew: Miles Davis

#717 | TERRIBLE TUESDAY | SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

September 20, 5am

Skipper Lee Frazier, KCOH disc jockey and go-go girls, Houston, TX. (c) Benny A. Joseph

Thanks everybody for listening to today’s show on Radio Valencia. If you missed the show, you can always download it or stream it down below or at www.radiovalencia.fm. Thanks again and have a good week. Cheers! ~DJ Naked Rob, SFCA

(intro) Melvins | Honey Bucket | Houdini
Lower Slaughter | Bone Meal | What Big Eyes
Narcoleptics | Answer | S/T
Unnatural Helpers | The Long List Of Complaints | Wonder Years
Dirty & His Fists | Heretics | Dirty & His Fists
Idylls | Maslows Dogs | The Barn
Wolves In Argyle | Dangereux | S/T
Spectral Haze | The Dawn Of The Falcon | Turning Electric
Overdose Support | Wastoid | Try Dying
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Black Mare | Death By Desire | Death Magick Mother
Crosss | Cold Hands | Snakes/Crosss split
The Golden Boys | Cincinnati | Better Than Good Times
Spray Paint w/ Ben Mackie | Friendly Moving Man | 7″
Myrkur | Funeral (Featuring Chelsea Wolfe) | Mareridt
Suspirians | Clean Evil | Ti Bon Ange
Paradise Lost | Blood and Chaos | Medusa
Fvzz Popvli | Masturbation | Fvzz Dei
Rig Time! | Garbage | War
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Evil Triplet | Fungus | Otherworld
Ufomammut | Fatum | 8
Maximum Mad | Affluenza | Dear Enemy EP
Plax | Night Watch | Plax
Essex Muro | ISS | Numb Life
The Moth | Slow Your Pace | Hysteria
Lung Letters | The Coast | Passing Days EP
Deafkids | Lâmina Cortante | Configuração Do Lamento
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The Lumes | Feign | Envy
Transit Method | Parasight | We Won’t Get Out Of Here Alive
Buzzard Dust | Lush Hour | Buzzard Dust
Lords Of Altamont | Going Downtown | The Wild Sounds Of The Lords Of Altamont
Violation Wound | Swollen Knuckles | Split CD
Motorhead | Rockaway Beach | Under Cover
Bastardhammer | Wankerfight | Split CD
War Cloud | Hurricane | War Cloud
Tombstalker | Treads of War | Chaotic Devotion
(outro) Melvins | Hag Me | Houdini

Malderor – Farewell to Harry Dean Stanton, Grant Hart, and the USA.

September 18, 5pm

Malderor is about to cut out of the country for a month-long vacation, and he had his mom in the studio to hang out and chat. The set also features a lot of Husker Du, to mark the passing of Grant Hart, and more than one Repo Man sample, to mark the sad loss of Harry Dean Stanton. And then things just kind of go off the rails with a bunch of Irish punk and rock music.

2:00pm: L.A. Girl by The Adolescents

2:02pm: Los Rodriguez Brothers by Harry Dean Stanton

2:03pm: Sorry Somehow by Husker Du

2:07pm: Kill Joe Arpaio by Crocodiles

2:11pm: Golden Brown by Mariachi Mextaca feat. Hugh Cornwell

2:18pm: Down Down Down to Mephisto’s Cafe by Streelight Manifesto

2:23pm: Everyone Else Is An Asshole by Reel Big Fish

2:27pm: Take Me To The River (Live, Al Green Kennedy Center Honors) by Mavis Staples and Sam Moore

2:33pm: The Tribute Song by 30 Seconds To Mars

2:37pm: Racists by Anti-Flag

2:40pm: Turn On The News by Husker Du

2:44pm: The Devils’s Taking Names by The Lawrence Arms

2:55pm: Cleveland by Algiers

2:59pm: Skip Tracy by Mild High Club

3:03pm: Rolling Stoned by King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard AND Mild High Club

3:15pm: All The Young Dudes by Bruce Dickinson

3:18pm: Hey Joe (Live At the Monterey Pop Festival, 1967) by The Byrds

3:21pm: Straight To Hell (Live) by The Menzingers

3:25pm: Streams Of Whiskey by The Pogues

3:33pm: If I Ever Leave This World Alive by Flogging Molly

3:36pm: The Rocky Road To Dublin by Dropkick Murphys

3:40pm: Generator by Des Champs (Bad Religion SAT Word Of The Week)

3:44pm: An Irish Pub Song by The Rumjacks

3:48pm: The Wild Rover by The Clancy Brothers

3:52pm: The Wild Rover by The Dropkick Murphys

3:53pm: Whiskey In The Jar by Thin Lizzy

3:58pm: Suspect Device by Stiff Little Fingers

 

Malderor – Melodic Punk Rock Special!

September 18, 5pm

Malderor had gotten into an online discussion with a bunch of punk rock fans on a Bad Religion page, about various bands that had been influenced by Bad Religion’s brand of melodic punk-rock. And viola, a themed-special was born. Contains a lot of Oozin Aahz. Check it out:

2:00pm: Not Today by Transplants (Not on podcast because we started early.)

2:00pm: Panic by Osker

2:06pm: When I Hear Your Name by Teen Idols

2:07pm: Alive and Well by Rise Against

2:08pm: Can I Say? by Dag Nasty

2:14pm: I Don’t Wanna Be An Asshole Anymore by The Menzingers

2:17pm: Asesino by Peligro Social

2:20pm: Momentum by GBH

2:30pm: Peepshow by Dirt Box Disco

2:34pm: Revolution by Authority Zero

2:36pm: Perspective by D.B.S.

2:45pm: Scream Out by The Unseen

2:48pm: Welcome To Your Nightmare by The Desperate Mind

2:53pm: Let’s Make Noise by The Teen Idols

3:00pm: War Is A Tyranny by Reprobate

3:02pm: I’m A Huge Fan Of Bad Religion by NoFX

3:03pm: He Who Laughs Last by AFI

3:05pm: X-Ray Eyes by Randy (The Band)

3:08pm: The Secret by Pennywise

3:17pm: Faith Alone by Bad Religion SAT Word Of The Week

3:20pm: Anarchy Burger (Hold The Government) by The Vandals

3:22pm: Advice Column by 88 Fingers Louie

3:28pm: Today by Idle Minds

3:31pm: Line Of Sight by Chaser

3:34pm: Why Should Eye? by Bracket

3:37pm: Egression by Evil Engine

3:43pm: Impropriety by Pridebowl

3:45pm: Not The Same by Bodyjar

3:49pm: Strong Reaction by Pegboy

3:55pm: All I Hear Is Static by The Lillingtons

3:56pm: Gonna Be Alright by Cock Sparrer

3:59pm: Antifa Dub by Cop On Fire

4:00pm: return to normal schedule.

 

#716 | J.C. R.I.P. | SEPTEMBER 12, 2017

September 13, 3pm

Hey hey, everybody. Thank you for listening to today’s radio show on Radio Valencia. I had a good time. The podcast of this show will be right below or download/stream all my past shows at www.radiovalencia.fm.
(in the photo) Johnny Cash and Ersel Hickey listening to records backstage before a show in White Plains, NY. Had to play JC on today’s show to honor him. He is dearly missed. R.I.P. Thanks again for listening and see you all back next week. CHEERS! ~DJ Naked Rob, SFCA

#716 | J.C. R.I.P. | SEPTEMBER 12, 2017

***Johnny Cash | Folsom Prison Blues | Live at Folsom Prison 1957 (R.I.P.)
(intro) Melvins | Honey Bucket | Houdini
Lung Letters | Passing Days | Passing Days EP
All Pigs Must Die | A Caustic Vision | Hostage Animal
Black Beach | Nothing’s Golden | Play Loud Die, Vol. II
Radio Moscow | Pacing | New Beginnings
Hysterese | Fortune | Hysterese (Germany)
Pestilence | Parricide | Malleus Maleficarum (Netherlands)
Pile | Texas | A Hairshirt Of Purpose
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Kenny Kenny Oh Oh | Why Can’t We Say | I Will Not Negotiate (Germany)
Ötzi | Hounds | Ghosts
Maximum Dad | Unmanned | Dear Enemy EP
Rig Time! | War | War
Ufomammut | Warsheep | 8
The Lumes | Discharge | Envy
Quin Galavis | Garden Wall | The Battery Line
Paradise Lost | From The Gallows | Medusa
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Essex Muro | FUPM | Numb Life
Suspirians | Nocturne | Ti Bon Ange
Deadsmoke | Emperor Of Shame | Mountain Legacy
Fvzz Popvli | Stamps are for… smile | Fvzz Dei
Evil Triplet | Star Ladder | Otherworld
The Moth | Empty Heart | Hysteria
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Plax | Boring Story | Plax
Deafkids | Veia Aberta | Configuração Do Lamento
Transit Method | Snake Wine | We Won’t Get Out Of Here Alive
Buzzard Dust | Nomophobia | Buzzard Dust
The Flying Eyes | Come Round | Burning Of The Season
Violation Wound | Tipping Point | Split CD
Nick Oliveri w/Dwarves | Luv Is Fiction | N.O. Hits At All – Vol.3
Bastardhammer | Live Large, Die Fat | Split CD
Lords Of Altamont | Been Broken | The Wild Sounds Of The Lords Of Altamont
War Cloud | Chopper Wired | War Cloud
Motorhead | God Save The Queen | Under Cover
(outro) Melvins | Hag Me | Houdini