Tales From The Drop Box Episode 129 (2018-28)


A return to (almost) regular programming – Tales From The Drop Box. Episode 129 is a return to the regular mix of stuff that I believe makes this show enjoyable to a diverse listening audience. As this is Thanksgiving Week, I would like to wish you all a very happy Thanksgiving. I have much to be truly thankful for in my life and a not insignificant part of what I am thankful for is the time I have to produce and put out these shows. These shows are, admittedly, an outlet for my passion which is new music.  Of course, I am also thankful that you download and listen to these episodes and your supportive feedback. So my wish for you this week is for you to experience only happiness and joy.  That is, discover the good in your life, avoid negativity that seems to be omnipresent, and experience only joy in your life. Let your positive thoughts and actions be your guide forward through these somewhat dark times. Again, a happy Thanksgiving Day to you and your families! Peace. Here is what you’ll find in Episode #129:
  1. The Ting Tings – “A&E” (The Black Light)
  2. It Looks Sad – “Bike” (Sky Lake)
  3. Together Pangea – “Hi-Fi Television” (Non-Stop Paranoia EP)
  4. The Glands – “Tom Robertson” (Double Coda)
  5. Laura Jane Grace – “Apocalypse Now (& Later)” (Bought To Rot)
  6. Plastic People – “Riding High On Acid” (Visions)
  7. Horror My Friend – “Rattled Bones” (Home Life)
  8. Bad Sports – “Constant Stimulation” (Constant Stimulation)
  9. La Dispute – “Said The King To The River” (Somewhere At The Bottom Of The River Between Vega and Altair)
  10. Super American – “Date (You Got Blisters)” (Tequila Sunrise)
  11. Late Night Episode – “Lay Off” (Lay Off)
  12. The Men – “Hated” (Hated: 2008-2011)
  13. The Senton Bombs – “Who We Are” (Outsiders)
  14. Discharge – “Protest and Survive” (Hear Nothing Say Nothing)
  15. EUT – “Sour Times” (Fool For The Vibes)
The savage mutilation of the human race is set on course protest and survive . . . and how we’ve trembled at the way that time assembles little fires of desire in the tundra of our skin so, do yourself a little favor savor every time you waver . . . KFR  

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