Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Lazy...Show # 312

In 2009, the New Zealand based band Luger Boa released their first album Mutate or Die! The band was formed by Jimmy Christmas (previously of The D4) and the first album was a mixture of Glam Rock influences such as David Bowie, Hard Rock, and Pop. The album was well received in New Zealand, along with the bands live shows. The album also charted on CJAM's Earshot! Online charts in January of 2009, it reached # 10 on the Top 30 album charts. The band is currently finishing up work on a follow up to Mutate or Die! that is set to be released sometime soon this year. Currently the band finished making a video for the first single from the album, the single is called Lazy.

The band is also currently giving away a free mp3 of a new track that will be on their upcoming album via their facebook page . The Song, which is entitled "F.T.K (fuck tha kidz)" is a cross between 70's Punk, Lugar Boa and The D4. To get a high quality version all you have to do is email them at (lugerboa@live.com).

This Week's Play List:

1. Tight Ship - Sittin' and Thinkin'
2. 409 - They Said
3. The Black Lips - The Best Napkin I Ever Had
4. The Nerves - Stand Back and Take A Look (Demo)
5. The Barracudas - On The Strip
6. Magic Hall of Mirrors - The Devil's Highway Pt.1
7. The Poison Arrows - Interpretive Hunger
8. The Bulletproof Tiger - Momentum Booooooottss
9. Mudhoney - Suck You Dry
10. Arcade Fire - Modern Man
11. Johnny West - Intervals
12. James OL & The Villains - Lebz
13. Johnny Cash - The Wreck of the Old 97
14. Locusts Have No King - Shotgun Wedding
15. Boxcar Guitars - My Love Is Blue
16. True Lovers - Makes A Fool
17. The Fall - Dice Man
18. Klark Kent - Too Kool To Kalypso
19. The Vapours - Somehow
20. Buzzcocks - What Ever Happened To?
21. Luger Boa - Lazy
22. Young Rival - Authentic
23. Tank - Blood, Guts, and Beer (Live)
24. Motorhead - Pay Your Price (I Won't)

To download this weeks program, visit CJAM's schedule page for Revolution Rock and download the file for August 10th. Or subscribe to Revolution Rock as a Podcast.

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