Friday, April 22, 2016

Stuck In Thee Garage #127: April 22, 2016

Most of us have to go to work every day to bring home the proverbial bacon and/or cash money. While this isn't always a fun thing, it's a necessary one. This week on Stuck In Thee Garage, I played songs about occupations in hour 2. (Note: The show was already put together when news of Prince's death broke, so there's no mention of it here. Next week, though, it will be mentioned.)

Here's looking at you, working class peoples!



The hard-working playlist:

Hour 1
Artist - Song/Album
Future of the Left - Back When I Was Brilliant/The Peace & Truce of Future of the Left
Parquet Courts - Dust/Human Performance
Wire - Internal Exile/Nocturnal Koreans
Hallelujah the Hills - I'm in the Phone Book, I'm on the Planet, I'm Slowly Dying/A Band is Something to Figure Out
PJ Harvey - The Ministry of Social Affairs/The Hope Six Demolition Project
Palm - Scribe/Trading Basics
The Posies - Unlikely Places/Solid States
Amber Arcades - Right Now/Turning Light
Big Eyes - Wanted Sometimes/Almost Famous
The Dears - Blood/Degeneration Street
Obits - Fake Kinkade/I Blame You
King Khan and the Shrines - Land of the Freak/The Supreme Genius of King Khan and the Shrines
Rancid - Roots Radical/...And Out Come the Wolves
Sugar - The Slim/Copper Blue
Smashing Pumpkins - Rhinoceros/Gish

Hour 2: Occupations
R.E.M. - Finest Worksong/Document
The Members - Goodbye to the Job/1980 - The Choice is Yours
Ray Davies - Working Man's Cafe/Working Man's Cafe
The Rolling Stones - Dear Doctor/Beggars Banquet
Guided by Voices - I am a Scientist/Live at Threadwaxing Space, NYC 6/25/94
Gary Numan - Engineers/The Pleasure Principle
Van Halen - Ice Cream Man/Van Halen
A Tribe Called Quest - Rap Promoter/The Low End Theory
Ike Turner Presents the Family Vibes - Garbage Man/Confined to Soul
Rose Royce - Car Wash/Car Wash Original Movie Soundtrack
St. Vincent - Actor Out of Work/Actor
Frank Black and Teenage Fanclub - Handyman/The John Peel Session EP
Sonic Youth - Dude Ranch Nurse/Sonic Nurse
The Who - The Dirty Jobs/Quadrophenia
David Bowie - A New Career in a New Town/Low
Drive-By Truckers - This Fucking Job/The Big To-Do

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