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November 18, 2015

Setlist – 11/16/2015

Song Artist Album Label Year
Kiss the Floor The Afghan Whigs Congregation Sub Pop 1992
It’s On BRONCHO Just Enough Hip To Be Woman Dine Alone 2014
Thirteenth Drink Brick Layer Cake Tragedy-Tragedy Touch & Go 1994
Surf the Apocalypse Beastmilk Climax Magic Bullet 2013
Deranged Rock N’ Roller Premonition 13 13 Rykodisk 2011
Nightsoil Hoboknife Vagrants self-released 2015
Ringmaster Las Cruces Ringmaster Orchard 2000
Drowning Deeply Black Land Extreme Heavy Psych Blood Rock Records 2010
Dead Love / Jug Fulla Sun Spirit Caravan The Last Embrace People Like You 2003
Time out Black out Wino & Conny Ochs Freedom Conspiracy Exile On Mainstream 2015
This Life… With You Supersuckers feat. Hayes Carll Holdin’ the Bag Acetate Records 2015
Transmetropolitan The Pogues Red Roses For Me WEA International 1984
Uncle Bob’s Midnight Blues Randy Newman 12 Songs Reprise 1970
If You Need Oil Randy Newman 12 Songs Reprise 1970
Old Kentucky Home Randy Newman 12 Songs Reprise 1970
Models Nikon Shorty soundcloud.com
Drugsanadalcohol andalcoholanddrugs Yellow Note We Love Everybody… You’re Next Myutopia 2003
Drink In My Cup Elektrik Red How To Be A Lady: Volume 1 Def Jam 2009
I Can’t Stop Drinking About You Bebe Rexha I Can’t Stop Drinking About You Warner Bros. 2014
Intoxicated (Radio Edit) Martin Solveig, GTA Intoxicated Spinnin’ Records 2014
Naked, Drunk, and Horny (feat. Pukka) Yellow Note We Love Everybody… You’re Next Myutopia 2003
Boy Book of Love Book of Love Sire 1986
Vanity Fair The Ocean Blue The Ocean Blue Sire 1989
How Many Cans? Mike Doughty Circles Snack Bar 2013
Closer To You Daniel Ash Coming Down RCA 1991
Taste of Blood Mazzy Star She Hangs Brightly Capitol 1990
Three Fingers In Nathaniel Rateliff Falling Faster Than You Can Run Mod Y Vi 2013
Wino Tears For Fears Suffer the Children Phonogram 1981
Cheers Lindsay Perry L.O.V.E. 2015
Nightmare Eddie Money Life For the Taking Columbia 1978

— devlocke

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Setlist – 11/09/2015

Song Artist Album Label Year
Jock-O-Rama Dead Kennedys Frankenchrist Manifesto Records 1985
So Far Away Social Distortion Social Distortion Epic 1990
Ain’t Got Me Paul Westerberg Eventually Reprise 1996
Piano Glassjaw Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence Roadrunner Records 2000
Naturally High The Cult The Cult Beggars Banquet 1994
Smoke Break Carrie Underwood Smoke Break Arista Nashville 2015
Daddy Don’t Live In That New York City No More Steely Dan Katy Lied ABC 1975
Poorboy (The Greenwood) Electric Light Orchestra Eldorado United Artists 1974
Over Under Sideways Down The Yardbirds Roger The Engineer Columbia 1966
Trouble Trouble Foghat Foghat Bearsville 1972
No Pussy Blues Grinderman Grinderman Mute 2007
A Wine of Wizardry Blood Ceremony Blood Ceremony Rise Above Records 2011
Coven Tree Blood Ceremony Living With the Ancients Rise Above Records 2011
… If Not A Vessel The Devil’s Blood III: Tabula Rasa Or Death and the Seven Pillars Metal Blade 2013
Parchment Farm Blue Cheer Vincebus Eruptum Phillips 1968
Real Turned On Uriah Heep Very ‘Eavy Very ‘Umble Vertigo 1970
Dignitaries of Hell Coven Witchcraft Destroys Minds & Reaps Souls Mercury 1969
In Reverse / Some Say Stray Stray Transatlantic Records 1970
Highball Shooter Deep Purple Stormbringer Warner Bros. 1974
Lost In Hollywood Rainbow Down To Earth Polydor 1979
All Moving Parts (Stand Still) Black Sabbath Technical Ecstasy Vertigo 1976
Moonshine Wishbone Ash Locked In Atlantic Records 2976
Cherry UFO Obsession Chrysalis 1978
Never Fall Out Peter Murphy Ninth Nettwerk 2011
Mirror Remains Bauhaus Go Away White Cooking Vinyl 2008
Lions Tones On Tail Weird Pop 2011
Spiked Love and Rockets Sweet F.A. American 1996
Closer To You Daniel Ash Coming Down Beggars Banquet 1991

— devlocke

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November 3, 2015

Setlist – 11/02/2015

Okay, I’m trying to tighten up, here. So I’m going to start updating the website again. WRIR’s website is great for recent shows, but it’s pretty wretched at maintaining a decent and usefully searchable archive of past shows larger than, say, a month or two. Here’s tonight’s setlist! I’ll edit the URL for downloading the podcast version into this post, if I get around to making that happen. Hopefully tomorrow. But baby-steps, man. At least I got the website back in ACTION again.

 

 

Song Artist Album Label Year
Hitchin’ A Ride Green Day International Superhits! Reprise 2001
Attitude (feat. Clem Burke) Melvins Everybody Loves Sausages Ipecac 2013
Lady Killer The Vandals When In Rome, Do As the Vandals Restless Records 1984
Standing On the Edge Cheap Trick Standing On the Edge Epic 1985
Dreams Come True Brandon Flowers The Desired Effect Virgin EMI 2015
Never You Done That General Public All the Rage A&M 1984
Jesus Was Cool King Missile Mystical Shit/Fluting On the Hump Shimmy Disc 1987
Add It Up Violent Femmes Violent Femmes Slash 1983
I See Fire Ed Sheeran x Asylum 2014
National Anthem Lana del Rey Born To Die Polydor 2012
What If I Was White Sticky Fingaz feat. Eminem Black Trash Universal 2000
Mutineer Warren Zevon Mutineer Giant 1995
A Steel Guitar and A Glass of Wine Paul Anka The Very Best of Paul Anka Polydor 1989
Take Me Away Roger Cardiff Cardiff Rose Sony 2003
What We Talk About Old 97′s Fight Songs Elektra 1997
Hank Treat Her Right Tied To the Tracks RCA 1989
Cigarette Burns Forever Adam Green Minor Love Rough Trade 2010
$1000 Wedding Gram Parsons Grievous Angel Warner Bros. 1990
All My Rowdy Friends (Have Settled Down) Supersuckers Holdin’ the Bag Acetate Records 2015
Some Other Time X Wild Gift Rhino 1981
Awful Hole Celebrity Skin Geffen 1998
Newmyer’s Roof Craig Finn Faith In the Future Partisan 2015
Temptation Tide Sebadoh Bakesale Sub Pop 1994
Understanding Jane The Icicle Works If You Want To Defeat Your Enemy Sing His Song Beggars Banquet 1984
Natural Disasters Enon High Society Touch & Go 2002
Jet Set Junta The Monochrome Set Westminster Affair El Records 1988
New Monkey Elliott Smith New Moon Kill Rock Stars 2007
Master of the House Cast Les Miserables: The Motion Picture Soundtrack
Model Tangerine Dream Under Cover Cleopatra 2012
Hungover On A Tuesday Dredg Catch Without Arms Universal 2005

— devlocke

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July 2, 2013

Setlist – Songs From the Big Hair – 06/29/2013

Charge!

Josh from Mother's Milk here, rockin' you 80s-style with all drug-songs! My birthday is tomorrow, and I'm celebrating in style, yo. Tune in and turn on. You don't have to drop out.

UPDATE: That went pretty well. I finally got the podcast up! You can download it from Radio4All.net by clicking here. And as always, I invite you to check out the Mother's Milk Facebook page – the show is on hiatus, so it's not super-active, but whenever I see anything booze-relevant and awesome, from local shows to news articles, I put it up. 

Song Artist Album Label Year
White Lines – Don’t Do It Grandmaster Flash The Encyclopaedia of Music: Best of the ’80s Rajon Entertainment Ltd. 2004
White Horse Laid Back Keep Smiling EMI 1983
Sign ‘O’ the Times Prince Sign ‘O’ the Times Paisley Park 1987
Pass the Dutchie Musical Youth Anthology One Way Records 1994
Golden Brown The Stranglers La Folie EMI 1981
Glamour Profession Steely Dan Gaucho MCA 1980
Jane Says Jane’s Addiction Nothing’s Shocking Warner Bros. 1988
Cocaine Lil Mekons Rock n’ Roll EMI 1989
Credit In the Straight World Young Marble Giants Collossal Youth Pias 1980
Johnny Hit and Run Paulene X Los Angeles/Wild Gift Slash 1988
Dose of Thunder The Replacements Tim Sire 1985
Chinese Rocks Ramones End of the Century Warner Bros. 1980
Too Much Junkie Business Johnny Thunders Born Too Lose (The Best of Johnny Thunders) Jungle 1999
I Aint’ Gonna Piss In No Jar Mojo Nixon Bo-Day-Shus Enigma 1987
I’m A Junkie (So What?) The Dead Milkmen A Date With the Dead Milkmen self-released cassette 1983
Rastabilly The Dead Milkmen Big Lizard In My Backyard Enigma 1985
Junkie Slip The Clash Sandinista! Legacy/Epic 1980
Mr. Brownstone Guns n’ Roses Appetite For Destruction Geffen 1987
Kickstart My Heart Motley Crue Dr. Feelgood Universal 1989
My Michelle Guns n’ Roses Appetite For Destruction Geffen 1987
Coast To Coast The Jesus and Mary Chain Automatic WEA International 1989
Some Candy Talking The Jesus and Mary Chain Psychocandy Rhino 1985
Down In It Nine Inch Nails Pretty Hate Machine TVT 1989
Inject Me Pop Will Eat Itself This Is the Day… This Is the Hour… This Is This! BMG 1989
Addiction Skinny Puppy Cleanse, Fold, and Manipulate Nettwerk 1987
Burning Inside Ministry The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste Sire 1989
Somebody Put Something In My Drink Ramones Animal Boy Sire 1986
Bikeage The Descendants Milo Goes To College SST 1982
You Were On My Mind Dash Rip Rock Not Of This Earth Mammoth 1989
Mommy’s Little Monster Social Distortion Mommy’s Little Monster Epitaph 1983
The People Who Died The Jim Carroll Band Catholic Boy Atco 1980

— devlocke

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For the record…

… the show is on hiatus, probably until the fall. I kept meaning to mention that here, but I never got around to it. I mention it now because we did get to do a Drug Month show, on Songs From the Big Hair at WRIR. So I’m about to post that set-list, and then that will probably be the last Mother’s Milk-related thing for a while.

— devlocke

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May 26, 2013

Top Five Liquor-Label Slogans

Liquor’s been around for ages – literally! – and promoting the sale of it is something that the producers of it have been into for just as long, no doubt. Well, maybe less long… maybe the first producers of liquor were just down to get liquored up with friends. But since the invention of money, at least, distillers have been looking for ways to stand apart. Entice the buyer! Convince him or her that your product is the BEST way to get liquored up, amongst all available options!

The label on the bottle has ever been and still remains the single most important piece of that effort – in aggragate, perhaps television ads, word of mouth and actual quality are more important in driving sales, but when a person sees a product they are unfamiliar with, all they can judge it by is the label.

In short, the label defines the liquor.

I’m an English major, not an art major. So when I look at a label on a bottle of booze, I don’t see graphic design and brilliant images, I see the words. And in this, I am blessed. For the images are sometimes delightful, often colorful, and inevitably extant, but the words kind of make me laugh.

Kessler Whiskey

Smooth As Silk


I first heard of Kessler Blended Whiskey from my friend Dan. Dan referred to it as “Dr. K”, simultaneously a reference to Dr. J, who was somewhat prominent when Dan was in a touring band, and the eponymous Dr. Julius Kessler. The label says it is “Smooth As Silk” – I suspect the label lies. But I’M not going to lie to YOU: It might be EXACTLY as smooth as silk, I haven’t tasted it. Nor have I ever tried to eat silk. All I can say is that, in my plural years of selling liquor to cheap-booze-swilling rednecks in Mechanicsville, I have not once been asked “Where is the Kessler?” I’m not even sure I’ve ever actually SOLD a bottle, though I’m pretty sure I did restock it once, so someone must have.

Early Times

Early Times! Let's Get Drunk In the Morning!


The most amusing thing about Early Times is the name itself. Which is, you must admit, prominently displayed on the label. I mean, really? I often say “Breakfast of champions!” ironically when discussing rotgut booze, but they’re not even making a thing out of it. It’s just “Hey! We’re whiskey for the MORNING! You like drinking EARLY? We’re the motherfucking whiskey for YOU!” I can’t even argue with them; I have never crawled out of bed and thought “Shit. I need some whiskey. Vodka, wine, beer, that won’t do.” Maybe if I ever woke up with that thought, I would be forced to agree that Early Times is the best booze ever for drinking in the early times. Special props to Early Times for getting placement with the bourbons, rather than the blended whiskeys, in Virginia ABC stores, despite the fact that Early Times is not actually a bourbon.

Burnett's Vodka

Superior Smoothness!


Every time I see a bottle of Burnett’s, I think of my ex-girlfriend’s vagina. Because a.) I drank a lot of Burnett’s, post-facto, and b.) that shit had Superior Smoothness. Crass? Yes. Accurate? Yes. If this article does one thing for you, I hope that one thing is that every time you look at a bottle of vodka and question its smoothness, you contemplate the vagina of my ex-girlfriend. But I’ll be satisfied if you just think about vaginas in general. Sir Robert Burnett would probably be satisfied if you just bought his vodka. Incidentally, I googled him. As far as I can tell, he may once have been Lord Mayor of the town of London. I don’t think he was of the landed gentry (more on that later) and he might have never been a Sir at all, in any way, but he did, apparently, exist. According to the research of some other people who will probably be the first result you get when YOU google that shit, after you keep thinking about vaginas when you drink vodka, and wonder about the man who started it all.

ROYALTY!


The impetus for this article: Royalty. When I rock a bottle of Aristocrat vodka, I proudly proclaim that I am drinking like the landed gentry. When I drink a bottle of Fleishmann’s, I admit that there is liquor that even I think sucks. Aristocrat tastes like rubbing alcohol, but honestly? That’s fine. I’ve gotten used to that taste; I’ve been depressed and unemployed before, and that’s what Aristocrat is for. Fleishmann’s, though? It’s for nothing. Not for naught: You will get drunk if you drink it. But you could have payed a few dimes less, and AVOIDED having to make the Fleishmann’s-face every time you swallowed. The takeaway, though, is this: if your bottle of liquor says “royal” on it, you could do better. I look forward to comments telling me I’m wrong, but I’m pretty sure that no bottle of liquor with the word “Royal” as a descriptor on the label has ever been bought gleefully. We buy that shit because we have to, not because we want to.

Old Taylor

Of Topmost Class!


And now… my favorite! Only carried in a plastic half-gallon, never higher than the bottom shelf, Old Taylor proudly proclaims itself… “Of Topmost Class”! Obviously, that’s classy. It says so, itself. But it also reminds me of Indiana Jones. “We have bourbon of topmost class.” “What bourbon?” “TOPMOST bourbon.” You can’t question it. It is fothermucking topmost. Obviously, it’s a lie. Well, maybe not, I haven’t had it. I think maybe that needs to be a sequel to this post, actually: my reactions to the most amusingly labelled liquors. But until that happens, I am going to assume that this bottom-shelf, cheap-as-fuck bourbon is not, in fact, of topmost class. It’s just brazenly willing to bullshit you. And I find that adorable.

HONORABLE MENTION:

Nikolai

"Kisses But Never Tells...


I couldn’t include this in the top five because the words are not on the label. But if you work in the “liquor industry” and you come into contact with cases of Nikolai, you know that it “Kisses But Never Tells…” – that is awesome on so many levels. The first level? I don’t even know what that means. How am I supposed to interpret that? I have no idea. I don’t really care. It’s awesome. I assume that it is the only vodka to officially sponsor infidelity. I bet, if you go to a hotel that offers hourly rates AND has a mini-fridge, you will find that mini-fridge stocked with Nikolai vodka. Second level? It’s a slogan that is not on the label. WHICH WOULD BE TELLING. How awesome ARE these people? That awesome. Don’t tell.

— devlocke

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May 21, 2013

Setlist – 05/21/2013

Is "imbibement" a word? I have no idea. Well, I have a sneaking suspicion it wasn't, before I coined it, actually, but maybe not. I have no certainty, is what I'm saying. Drink up!

UPDATE: I kind of want to cry. The podcast saved all glitchy. And the show was so GOOD, dammit. Oh well. 

Song Artist Album Label Year
Go Home Little Girl Dash Rip Rock Ace of Clubs Mammoth 1989
Like Your Mama Said Dash Rip Rock Dash Rip Rock Mammoth 1986
Leave Me Alone (With My Bottle) Dash Rip Rock Ace of Clubs Mammoth 1989
Whisky, Mystics, and Men The Doors Perception Elektra 2006
What Have I Done To Deserve This? Pet Shop Boys Actually EMI 1987
I Want To Be There – When You Come Echo and the Bunnymen Evergreen London 1997
Drink You Sober Bitter:Sweet Drama Quango Fontana 2008
Slow Jam New Order Get Ready Reprise 2001
Dead Now Frightened Rabbit Pedestrian Verse Atlantic 2013
I.R.S. Guns n’ Roses Chinese Democracy Geffen 2008
Anything, Anything (I’ll Give You) Dramarama Live At the China Club Chameleon 1990
Sluttering (May 4th) Jawbreaker Dear You Geffen 1995
The Background Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind Elektra 1997
You Can Bring Me Flowers Ray LaMontagne Till the Sun Turns Black RCA 2006
The Triffids Goodbye Little Boy The Black Swan Mushroom Records 1989
Books on the Bonfire (edit) The Bolshoi Away… Best of The Bolshoi Blanco y Negro Records 1999
The House That Dripped Blood The Mountain Goats Tallahassee 4AD 2002
I Work In A Saloon Arab Strap The Week Never Starts Round Here Matador 1996
Fifteen Minutes of Fame Sheep On Drugs Best of a Bad Bunch Invisible 2006
Wake Up, Time To Die Pop Will Eat Itself This Is the Day… This Is the Hour… This Is This! RCA 1989
Attitude Melvins Everybody Loves Sausages Ipecac 2013
Sexuality Billy Bragg Don’t Try This At Home Go! Discs 1991
Twydale’s Lament Half Man Half Biscuit Achtung Bono Probe Plus 2005
C.A.M.R.A. Man Half Man Half Biscuit Voyage to the Bottom of the Road Probe Plus 1997
Tour Jacket With Detachable Sleeves Half Man Half Biscuit Some Call It Godcore Probe Plus 1995
Die Young Ke$ha Warrior RCA 2012
Flashlight The Front Bottoms The Front Bottoms Bar/None 2011
Cut It Out The Go-Betweens Tallulah Blanco y Negro 1987
Hair of the Dog Green On Red Gas Food Lodging Enigma Records 1985

— devlocke

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May 14, 2013

Setlist – 05/14/2013

Still haven't made a legit logo? This is sad... I find this chick endearing, at this point, tho...

… and anything else, for that matter.

UPDATE: Fucking nailed it, dawg. Solid show. Lots of multi-song sets from the same artist, but not overbearingly so, and they were all pretty solid. I dug the show a lot and I was barely sentient for most of it. Click here to download it, like a boss. As per always, click here to check us out on Facebook. 

Song Artist Album Label Year
Black Liquor Dash Rip Rock Black Liquor Alternative Tentacles 2013
It’s the Beer Dash Rip Rock Country Girlfriend Bill Davis 2008
Natchez Trace Dash Rip Rock Country Girlfriend Bill Davis 2008
Meet Me At the River Dash Rip Rock Black Liquor Alternative Tentacles 2013
Hungover In Church Cadaver Dogs Pariah Social self-released 2008
The After Hours Cadaver Dogs Pariah Social self-released 2008
Dirty Jokes Cadaver Dogs Pariah Social self-released 2008
Front Porch Slobberbone Barrel Chested New West 1997
Billy Prichard Slobberbone Barrel Chested New West 1997
One Rung Slobberbone Barrel Chested New West 1997
Born Sandy Devotional The Triffids In the Pines Domino 1986
Tender Is the Night (The Long Fidelity) The Triffids Born Sandy Devotional Domino 1986
The Seabirds The Triffids Born Sandy Devotional Domino 1986
Uncorrected Personality Traits Robyn Hitchcock I Often Dream of Trains Rhino 1984
Mother of the Bride Billy Bragg Don’t Try This At Home Go! Discs 1991
Infinite Arms Band of Horses Infinite Arms Columbia 2010
Lover I Don’t Have To Love Bright Eyes LIFTED or The Story Is the Soil, Keep Your Ear To the Ground Saddle Creek Records 2002
Rose Parade Elliott Smith Either/Or Kill Rock Stars 1997
Late March, Death March Frightened Rabbit Pedestrian Verse Atlantic 2013
Evening Kitchen Band of Horses Infinite Arms Columbia 2010
Narcolepsy Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind Elektra 1997
London Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind Elektra 1997
God of Wine Third Eye Blind Third Eye Blind Elektra 1997
22 Taylor Swift 22 Big Machine Records 2013
Crazy Kids Ke$ha Warrior RCA 2012
Young, Wild, & Free (feat. Bruno Mars & Snoop Dogg) Wiz Khalifa Young, Wild, & Free Atlantic 2013
Eat That Up, It’s Good For You Two Door Cinema Club Tourist History Glass Note 2010
I’ll Be Alright Passion Pit Gossamer Columbia 2012
Finnegan’s Excessive Wake Tangerine Dream Finnegan’s Wake Cleopatra 2013

— devlocke

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April 30, 2013

Setlist – 04/30/2013

Rarrgh!

That song from Prairie Home Invasion never fails to make me smile. What's up, guys? Let's get drunk.

UPDATE: Go here to listen to the show. It was good. Also, check us out on Facebook by clicking here.

Song Artist Album Label Year
I Lie When I Drink Dale Watson El Rancho Azul Red House Records 2013
I Drink To Remember Dale Watson El Rancho Azul Red House Records 2013
I Hate To Drink Alone Dale Watson El Rancho Azul Red House Records 2013
Line Up Elastica Elastica DGC 1995
Bedhead Sleeper Smart Arista 1995
Feeling Peaky Sleeper The It Girl Arista 1996
True Drunk Love Dash Rip Rock Tiger Town Doctor Dream 1993
Liquor Store Dash Rip Rock Dash Rip Rock’s Gold Album Naked Language 1996
Pussywhipped Dash Rip Rock Dash Rip Rock’s Gold Album Naked Language 1996
Lucifer Rising Rob Zombie Venemous Rat Regeneration Vendor Universal 2013
We’re An American Band Rob Zombie Venemous Rat Regeneration Vendor Universal 2013
Granny Farming In the UK Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine A Sheltered Life
A Sheltered Life Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine A Sheltered Life
The Way I Tend To Be Frank Turner Tape Deck Heart Polydor 2013
Billericay Dickie Ian Durie New Boots and Panties!! Demon 1977
North Sea Bubble Billy Bragg Don’t Try This At Home Cooking Vinyl Records 1991
Anymore Frank Turner Tape Deck Heart Polydor 2013
Magazine Pigface Notes From Thee Underground Invisible Records 1994
Liberator Spear of Destiny The Best of Spear of Destiny Recall 1998

— devlocke

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April 29, 2013

Setlist – 04/23/2013

Tunes! Booze! Victory!

UPDATE: Christ. It took long enough, but the podcast is up. Click here to check it out. As per always, this is our Facebook. 

Song Artist Album Label Year
Better Times The Ones To Blame Better Times Thew Ones To Blame 2012
The Ones To Blame The Ones To Blame Better Times The Ones To Blame 2012
Alcoholics The Ones To Blame Better Times The Ones To Blame 2012
Hannah Ray LaMontagne Trouble 14th Floor Recordings 2004
The Great Salt Lake Band of Horses Everything All the Time Sub Pop 2006
Jagged Old 97′s Fight Songs Elektra 1999
What We Talk About Old 97′s Fight Songs Elektra 1999
Crash On the Barrelhead Old 97′s Fight Songs Elektra 1999
Busted Afternoon Old 97′s Fight Songs Elektra 1999
Drinkin’ Beer and Wastin’ Bullets Luke Bryan Doin’ My Thang Wrasse 2009
Touch Me Behind the Liquor Store Cadaver Dogs Pariah Social Cadaver Dogs 2008
A Beer and A Shot Juliana Hatfield & Frank Smith Sittin’ In A Tree… Ye Olde Records 2007
Like Your Mama Said Dash Rip Rock Dash Rip Rock Mammoth 1986
Leave Me Alone (To My Bottle) Dash Rip Rock Mammoth
Big Daddy Like Whiskey Dash Rip Rock Dash Rip Rock Mammoth 1986
Go Home Little Girl Dash Rip Rock Mammoth
Women and Work Car Bomb Inc. YouTube self-released
Between the Lines Mudd Helmet unreleased
Twelve Glass Soldiers Venus Throw Raised Right, Gone Wrong self-released 2012
Hello Hangover Jaya the Cat More Late Night Transmissions With… I Scream Records 2007
Twist the Cap Jaya the Cat First Beer of a New Day Suburban Records 2005
Six Cold Beers Jaya the Cat
Beer People Under the Stairs Beer Om 2010
Bring Out the Bottles RedFoo Bring Out the Bottles A&M 2012
I Want A Lover Pet Shop Boys Please EMI 1986
One More Chance Pet Shop Boys Actually EMI 1987
Eat Me, Drink Me, Love Me, Kill Me Pop Will Eat Itself The Looks Or the Lifestyle Cherry Red 1992
Beer Metal Sex Abigail
Putting Anthrax in the Beertap on Britpop Saturdays Magrudergrind Rehashed Six Weeks 2007
Shots LMFAO Essential R&B 2010 Universal 2010
Waving My Dick In the Wind Ween The Mollusk Elektra 1997
Hurricane Panic! At the Disco Vice & Virtues Fueled By Ramen Records 2011
Toss Me A Beer Man Tracy Lords Loves Noise

— devlocke

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