Disclaimer – The Mondo Irlando Podcast contains more swearwords than one may find socially acceptable. A multitude of F’s, plenty of Shit’s, and even one or two C’s get flung around the airwaves like nobody’s business. If in doubt, do not listen, is what.
So here it is, after a fortnight spent trawling the filthy waters of the yakuza underworld in pursuit of the motherfucker what slighted my family, I got a break in the mania for to sit down and fling The Mondo Podcast Episode Eight onto the old cyberspace get-up.
You don’t need an iPod or nothin’ like that for to listen, although certainly you can utilize such a peripheral should you be in a position to do so. Failing that, just listen through Winamp or something.
Just left-click to listen online, or right-click to save someplace nice.
If you don’t wanna know what’s gonna be hitting the airwaves, don’t scroll down, since it’s only a playlist right the hell there. Suggestions, comments and so on can be left below the post or, alternatively, just Fling A Sodding Email.
White Zombie – Thunder Kiss ’65
What better way for to announce the arrival of The Mondo Irlando Podcast Episode Eight than this demented gem from Rob and co. “1965!”, hollers Rob. Holler along, and think about why a song about how things used to be so much better and cooler is opening the latest instalment of The Duke’s radio banter. Should’ve ended after the time travel, man.
Willy Mason – Still A Fly
Second showing for Mason in as many Podcasts. After this he’ll be relegated to the “Played Too Much” pile alongside Billy Bragg, The Libertines, Bright Eyes and The Manic Street Preachers. So make the most of it, is my advice. This is from his current record, Where The Humans Eat. It’s astounding.
The White Stripes – You’re Pretty Good Looking For A Girl
Prepare yourself for the imminent release of Get Behind Me, Satan with this burst of glory from second record, De Stijl. Brilliant is what it is, and we can only hope the new adventure is a third as invigorating.
Weezer – No Other One
And another offering from the second record of a band about to release a newie. This is a fairly typical slab from the masterful Pinkerton, a tale of being stuck with someone you don’t especially like, but fuck it, who else is gonna take you?
Aaron McMullan – I Do Believe You Are The Devil
Cause if I don’t plug it, who the hell will? It’s from 120 Removed, which you can get Right Here
The Magnetic Fields – Epitaph For My Heart
69 Love Songs is quite simply one of the very best records ever fucking made. And infuriating. A triple album shouldn’t be this memorable, this infectious, this consistently brilliant. And yet it is. Every heart-wrenching second.
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