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Hell's Kitchen Radio #477: Surf The Mutant Fish
May 23, 2022 8:00pm


A Season in Hell
Hell's Kitchen Radio #477: Surf The Mutant Fish
I was thrilled to host Steve DePace of Flipper, once again, in the Radio Valencia studio recently. This time he brought along with him Brendan Earley of the legendary SF art/punk band The Mutants. They were in to talk up the Great American Music Hall show, Thursday, May 26 in celebration of the latest installation at the Tenderloin Museum: Sounds of the Tenderloin.

These two have quite a few stories to share. I even surprised them both with a few classic, out of print 45s. You can hear all of this by clicking on the link above. See the playlist below.

I just saw Mudhoney recently, so opening this particular show with an Angry Samoans cover sounded perfect. This show is good and loud. New music from The Bobby Lees, Dumb Numbers (featuring Melvins), Willie Nelson, and Boris. Reissues from The Clash and The Fall.

I know you're going to dig this.

Enjoy and please share.


You Stupid Asshole: Mudhoney
Burning Bush: Mono Men
Linda Blair: Redd Kross
Doin' The Kirk: The Mummies

Interview with Brendan Earley (The Mutants) and Steve DePace (Flipper)

Love Song: The Mutants
Get Away: Flipper

Interview with Brendan (The Mutants) and Steve (Flipper)

Supermarket Nightmare: Victims Family
Pre-Strike Sweep: Googs
I Come From the Mountain: Thee Oh Sees
Fishing: PIL

Interview with Brendan (The Mutants) and Steve (Flipper)

We've Got Bigger Problems Now: Dead Kennedys
I Wanna Wanna Wanna Wanna Get Rid Of You: Psychotic Pineapple
Roadrunner: Thee Headcoatees

This Is Radio Clash (Different Lyrics - 40th Anniversary release): The Clash
Hip Priest: The Fall

Hollywood Junkyard: The Bobby Lees
Sonic Reducer: Dead Boys
So-Called Solid Objects: Dumb Numbers with The Melvins

What Do I Get: Destroy All Monsters
Painkiller: Boris + Endon

Sunken City: Mike Watt and the Secondmen
Deep Elem Blues: Good Old Boys
With A Little Help From My Friends: Willie Nelson

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