Tuesday, 28 August 2007

Shows Update

Here's an update on the albums we've covered so far on the show. If you have a suggestion for an upcoming show just pop it in a comment and we'll add it to the hitlist.

Beastie Boys: Ill Communication - On this Sunday

R.E.M. : New Adventures in Hi-Fi (26/08/2007)

Led Zeppelin: III (19/08/2007)

Johnny Cash: American IV - The Man Comes Around (12/08/2007)

Guns N' Roses: Appetite For Destruction (05/08/2007)

Air: Moon Safari (29/07/2007)

Jackson C. Frank: Jackson C. Frank (22/07/2007)

Bob Dylan: Blonde on Blonde (15/07/2007)

Daft Punk: Alive (08/07/2007)

Muse: Origin of Symmetry (1/07/2007)

Smashing Pumpkins: Mellno Collie and the Infionite Saddness (24/062007)

Radiohead: OK Computer (17/06/2007)

Tom Waits: Closing Time (1006/2007)

Jeff Buckley: Grace (03/06/2007)

Sex Pistols: Never Mind The Bollocks (27/05/2007)

Björk: Debut (19/05/2007)

Blur: Parklife (12/05/2007)

The Libertines: The Libertines (05/05/2007)

The Eels: Electro-shock Blues (28/04/2007)

Pulp: Different Class (21/04/2007)

Arcade Fire: Funeral (14/04/2007)

Beck: Odelay (07/04/2007)

Foo Fighters: Foo Fighters (31/03/2007)

John Lennon: Imagine (24/03/2007)

Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon (10/03/2007)

Ben Folds: Rockin' the Suburbs (03/03/2007)

The Rolling Stones: Exile On Main St. (24/02/2007)

Weezer: Pinkerton (17/02/2007)

The Postal Service: Give Up (10/02/2007)

The Jimi Hendrix Experience: Are You Experienced (03/02/2007)

Brian Wilson: SMiLE (27/01/2007)

Pixies: Doolittle (20/01/2007)

Radiohead: Kid A (13/01/07)

Thin Lizzy: Live and Dangerous (6/01/07)

The Doors: Waiting For the Sun (30/12/06)

PJ Harvey: Dry (23/12/06)

Elliott Smith: Either/Or (16/12/06)

Manic Street Preachers: Everything Must Go (9/12/06)

Red Hot Chili Peppers: Blood Sugar Sex Magik (2/12/2006)

Mic Christopher: Skylarkin (25/11/06)

Yeah Yeah Yeahs: Fever To Tell (18/11/06)

Primal Scream: Screamadelica (11/11/06)

REM: Up (4/11/06)


Rojo said...

Anything ASH really! :D I say the most interesting to research would probably be 1977, but then again.. I've heard some funny stories around the time of recording of Nu-Clear Sounds! Like Tim recorded the vocals to opening track 'Projects' on mushrooms and had to be persuaded by fellow member, Mark, that it sounded absolutely shit. Then Mark crashing Owen Morris's jeep into a wall...

Le Catch said...

Really? Must do a bit of research intot hat alright. 1977 would be the obvious one which I was planning on doing a few months ago but it got left by the wayside.

RapturePonies said...

do some flaming lips! maybe not the one of the 4 different discs....but there's some good stuff in there!

Le Catch said...

Good call Caity!

Rojo said...

In case you don't know... I'm THE biggest ASH fan... :P

Le Catch said...

Lol...I guessed you might like them alright!

Rojo said...

mwahahaha ;-)

Ah fuck it.. if you're gonna do ASH, do Nu-Clear Sounds! It is my favourite album after all! =)

Le Catch said...

Right so...added to the hit-list!

UnaRocks said...

Hole - 'Live Through This'

Le Catch said...

Good call....added!