Episode 75 – the Kopyright Liberation Front

“What the FUCK is going on?” They asked of the music industry, back in 1987, when Whitney Houston joined them for Mission Impossible. They donned capes and made a pilgrimage to Dura, but by 1994 they were in the money. Their costly Art statements made blood boil on a million quid bonfire. Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty wrote The Manual on how to have a hit record and then proceeded to ‘Kick out the JAMS’ again and again.


  • We got the Foghorn! Interracial sex, Colombian style with the Afrosound.
  • We dig those Black girls, Oh! so much more than White girls.
  • Why get married when you can Shack Up with Banbarra?
  • The Harder they Come: lost on the white cliffs of Dover and Kingston with Jimmy Cliff.
  • Can one band create a movement? We say no! The Sex Pistols didn’t create Punk (it was the Damned, of course) and Elvis didn’t invent Rock & Roll (neither did Ike Turner, however).
  • Don’t you speak my language? Why Slim Gaillard became the lexicographer of Beat Poetry.
  • Angelically glum: The divine dirges of Nick Drake.

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Episode 75 Tracklist

  1. J.V.C. Force – Strong Island
  2. Johnny Cash – Own Personal Jesus
  3. Talking Heads – Psycho Killer
  4. The Monks – Boys are Boys
  5. The Afrosound –  Fiebre en la Jungla
  6. Slim Gaillard & His Middle Europeans – Yiproc Heresy
  7. The Jams – Whitney Joins the Jams
  8. Benny Goodman -Jam Session
  9. Joyce – Banana
  10. Anti Pop Consortium – Laundry
  11. Violent Femmes – Black Girls
  12. John Spencer Blues Explosion – Pant Leg
  13. Michael Gibbs – Family Toy
  14. Banbarra – Shack Up
  15. The Fire Engines – Candy Skin
  16. Jackie Brenston & His Delta Kings – Rocket 88
  17. Nick Drake – At the Chime of the City
  18. Jimmy Cliff – Many Rivers to Cross
  19. Lord Invader – Bassa Down
This Show was recorded 22nd April 2013
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