Scurvy's Garage Punk Buried Treasures - Dec 6, 2008 – 70's/80's Punk Special. Scurvy calls out to the US Troops.
The Swine is joined by co-host and member of the Salty Dogs, Godfather Don K., who put this rockin' playlist together.
So put your hair up in a mohawk and join the party!
- Tattooed Love Boys - The Pretenders, 1979, One of the first MTV vidoes; Guitar hero Staple
- I Fought The Law - The Clash, 1978, Bobby Fuller cover from 1st LP
- EMI - Sex Pistols, 1977, From Never Mind The Bollocks album
- Holiday In Cambodia - Dead Kennedys, 1980 classic
- Bonzo Goes To Bitburg - The Ramones, 1986, US title “My Brain Is Hanging Upside Down"
- Life During Wartime - Talking Heads, 1979, From The Fear Of Music LP
- Hand In Hand - Elvis Costello and the Attractions, 1978, This Years Model Lp
- Makes No Sense At All - Husker Du, 1985, Minn. classic, Flip Your Wig LP.
- Tommy Gets His Tonsils Out - The Replacements, 1983, From Breakthrough Let It Be not to be confused with the Beatles classic.
- When I Write The Book – Rockpile, 1980, Nick Lowe and Dave Edmunds' band.
- Na Na Na Na - The Squalls, 1987, Had their moment in the big Athens, GA alt boom started by REM. From Inside/Out OST LP
- Raspberry Beret - Hindu Love Gods, 1987 -- Released 1990. Warren Zevon backed by REM
- Oldest Story In The World - The Plimsouls, 1983, The Valley Girl movie and soundtrack
- There You Are - Goo Goo Dolls, 1990, Band formed in 1986. This one from Hold Me Up, last garage rock album from these guys
- Keep In Touch - The Romantics, 1980, Detroit’s snotty popsters.
- Sheila Take A Bow - The Smiths, 1987, Single, Captured on Louder Than Bombs Compilation
- Talk Of The Town - The Pretenders, 1981, From the Pretenders II
- Closer To The Stars - Soul Asylum, 1986, From the Twin Tone album “While You Were Out"
- Johnny Are You Queer? - Josie Cotton, 1981, Candy punk song from eye candy Josie Cotton. Also Valley Girl soundtrack
- Rock Lobster - B52's, 1978, Live version from SNL
- Radio Free Europe – REM, 1981, Murmur LP and debut single
- In The City - The Jam, 1977, Live BBC cut from In The City LP
- Boredom - The Buzzcocks, 1977, With original guitarist Howard Devoto. From Spiral Scratch EP
- Joe Jackson - Fools In Love, 1979, Look Sharp Debut LP
- Cruel To be Kind - Nick Lowe, 1979, Labour Of Lust LP
- Blondie - Ring Of Fire, 1979, Great Live Johnny Cash Cover
- Message to You Rudy - The Specials, 1979, Debut LP. Killer Ska
- Golden Age - Rank & File, 1987, Rank & File’s Final LP
- Do It Again - The Kinks, 1984, Excellent Word Of Mouth LP -- last chart entry for band
- The House We Used To Live In – Smithereens, 1988, Green Thoughts LP
- Dangerous Type - The Cars, 1979, Candy-O Lp
- Out Of Control - U2, 1980, Boy LP Debut
- I Love Livin In The City – Fear, 1978, Debut 45
- You Drive Me Ape - The Dickies, 1979, The Incredible Shrinking Dickies LP
- I'm Losing You - John Lennon & Cheap Trick – 1981, From a 1980 Session/Audition for Double Fantasy Album