NINEBULLETS.NET AUGUST 2010 PODCAST: DENVER PREVIEW EDITION:


A podcast on a Tuesday. Kind of outta the norm for when I like to post these, but I am trying to see if I can get the traffic level on them increased. Some months kill, while others barely get any listens at all, and one way or the other I’d like to achieve some form of consistency. But that’s enough of my whining. Let’s talk about this month’s show.

First thing you might notice is that this show was actually assembled in two different pieces with two dramatically different levels of sobriety between them. See if you can find the breaking point. Other than that, the first 1/2 of this show is a preview/celebration of my pending trip to Denver for the Suburban Home Records 15th Anniversary Party shows. If you’re gonna be joining me there, then I think you’ll love the part of the show. If you were trying to make it but for whatever reasons just couldn’t make it, consider this some loving salt for your wound. After the Denver segments we barrel into some utterly awesome new music from some bands you may or may not have ever heard of, such as American Graveyard, Left Foot Sally and Gill Landry. I also managed to drop an oldie but goodie from Matthew Dean Herman in there, but I think when you hear it you’ll agree with me that it just. fucking. fit.

We end this month’s podcast from a side project of Devon’s from The Takers. The name of the band is/was Thunderband and they had a standing in Gainesville before Michael moved away. I’ll probably play some more tracks from their demo cd in the coming months.

Well folks, that’s it. Another month in the can and I hope y’all like it. If you do, could you please, please, please post something about it on twitter, facebook and whatever cutting edge social network I am oblivious to?

Thanks.

~ Autopsy IV (twitter / facebook)

August 2010 Track Listing:

  1. Josh Small – Come Down [00.00.00]
  2. Micah Schnabel – Cut Me Mick [00.05.32]
  3. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.08.40]
  4. Tim Barry (w/Josh Small) – Thing of the Past [00.10.12]
  5. Two Cow Garage – Burn In Hell [00.13.56]
  6. I Can Lick Any Sonofabitch In The House – Bad Days Ahead [00.18.48]
  7. Drag The River – Get Drunk (Live) [00.22.58]
  8. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.25.02]
  9. Possessed By Paul James – Feed Your Family [00.27.01]
  10. American Graveyard – Common Ones [00.29.05]
  11. Left Foot Sally – Second Wind [00.32.46]
  12. Matthew Dean Herman – Soule Lake Hotel [00.36.00]
  13. Autopsy IV Commentry [00.40.26]
  14. Gill Landry – Careless Hotel [00.42.55]
  15. The Waifs – Vermillion [00.46.46]
  16. Counting Crows – Good Time [00.50.32]
  17. Autopsy IV Commentary [00.54.45]
  18. Thunderband – Battle Bums [00.57.05]


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5 thoughts on “NINEBULLETS.NET AUGUST 2010 PODCAST: DENVER PREVIEW EDITION:”

  1. I know you were joking, but once you get past “Cumbersome”, Seven Mary Three actually has some decent music.

    Their second album, Rock Crown, has stayed in rotation in my life for about 8 years now…

  2. Enjoyed the hell out of the podcast. I’m currently spinning back through it picking and choosing songs I wanted to hear again. “Bad Days Ahead” so f-ing badass. Enjoyed the PBPJ and will promise to give them a second chance. Hearing Micah makes me more pissed at myself for not figuring out someway to get across the bridge a few weeks ago.

    Also, definitely will back you up on Counting Crows. Every time I hear Will Quinlan it reminds me of their first album and how great it is. Also, every time I hear the Waifs I’m reminded of an awesome girl from Australia that left me with nothing but them on a cassette tape. Had to throw in one more awesome just for good measure.

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