Vinyl-O-Matic Season 4, Episode 2
45s and Other Revolutions: A-Sides beginning with A, Part 2
The Mr. T Experience
a: "And I Will Be with You"
b: "Don't Go Breaking My Heart/You Alone"
Lookout Records LK-184
The cover of Elton John & Kiki Dee's "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" has the awesome Kim Shattuck (The Pandoras/The Muffs) helping out on vox. Pretty awesome.
a: "Angel Witch"
Bronze Records BRO 108
From the album entitled Angel Witch, naturally.
The Fresh and Onlys
a: "Animal of One"
b: "How High I Was"
Mexican Summer Records MEX193
Of course, there is a pretty excellent video for this single.
a: "Another One Bites the Dust"
b: "Don't Try Suicide"
Elektra Records E-47031
Rilly big hit with a peculiar b-side.
Kowloon Walled City/Batillus
Brutal Panda Records BPR-21
In case you are wondering what the original versions of these songs sounds like: "Anthem" by Godflesh and "Lava" by Ministry.
a: "Applying Myself"
b: "Love Is Making Me Tired"
White Iris WHTIRIS0025
Such a great single, both the A side and the B side.
a: "Aqua Dogs"
b: "Family Man"
Heaviness from North Carolina.
Music Behind the DJ: “Calcutta” by Les Baxter.
Cover image: Veronica Lake in I Married a Witch (Clair, 1942) for obvious reasons.
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