Wes’s Musical Meltdown for April 9, 2017: Requests, New Country, and 90’s Alternative

On this week’s edition of the Meltdown, it got interesting. To start out, I was getting over a cold, so…Didn’t sound my best. On top of it, it was the start of the full moon, which often seems to affect people’s moods. I may have gotten a little irritated at a couple situations, and let that come through during a voice break. For that, I apologize in advance. Just know that issues were resolved, and all is well in the XTFM family.

Once we got past all that, the show was a fun one. Lots of new country, a flashback to the 90’s for some lost alternative tracks, a brief tribute to the late Layne Staley, and lots of requests. Cover Comparison this week put Material Issue up against Stereo Fuse.

There will be no show, and therefore, no podcast next Sunday due to the Easter holiday. I’m taking the day off as I don’t know when we’ll return from whatever Easter events we may be attending. I return to XTFM on April 23 at 7:00 PM East. Of course, sometime before that, the request page will be up so you, the faithful listeners, can get your requests in early and often!

As a warning, this episode does have quite a bit of adult content/language.

Playlist

  1. Miranda Lambert, Tin Man
  2. Trace Adkins, Watered Down
  3. Carly Pearce, Every Little Thing
  4. Dierks Bentley, Somewhere On A Beach [Request]
  5. Kip Moore, More Girls Like You
  6. Delta Rae, A Long and Happy Life
  7. Rachel Holder, You Only Call Me When You’re Drunk
  8. Die Antwoord, Fok Julle Naaiers [Request]
  9. Die Antwoord, Cookie Thumper! [Request]
  10. Die Antwoord, Enter The Ninja [Request]
  11. Red, Feed The Machine [Request]
  12. Anthrax, Room For One More [Request]
  13. Material Issue, Everything
  14. Stereo Fuse, Everything
  15. In This Moment, Sick Like Me [Request]
  16. In This Moment, Adrenalize [Request]
  17. In This Moment, Blood [Request]
  18. Halestorm, Heathens [Request]
  19. Alice In Chains, We Die Young
  20. Alice In Chains, Down In A Hole
  21. Mad Season, River Of Deceit
  22. Gin Blossoms, Allison Road
  23. Kicking Harold, Kill You
  24. Dada, Dim
  25. Live, Selling the Drama
  26. Better Than Ezra, In The Blood
  27. Dishwalla, Counting Blue Cars
  28. Tonic, Open Up Your Eyes
  29. Athenaeum, What I Didn’t Know
  30. Stabbing Westward, What Do I Have To Do?
  31. Fuel, Bittersweet
  32. Black Lab, Time Ago
  33. Lucy’s Fur Coat, Elementary
  34. Sponge, Rainin’
  35. The Nixons, Sister
  36. Marry Me Jane, Twenty-one
  37. Maggie’s Dream, Between Fear & Desire
  38. Kevin Bloody Wilson, Kev’s Courtin’ Song [Request]
  39. Kevin Bloody Wilson, Amazing Grass [Request]
  40. Kevin Bloody Wilson, Absolute Cunt Of A Day [Request]
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 03/01/2016

This week’s Meltdown was a blast. In addition to your requests, new music, and all kinds of other great tracks, we had an interview with Canadian rockers Cold Blooded Hero in celebration of their upcoming EP, Something Weird.

As always, if you enjoy what you hear, Please Consider Buying From Amazon and Helping Me Out!

Playlist

  1. Adelitas Way ,, Bad Reputation
  2. Adelitas Way ,, Filthy Heart
  3. Anthrax, Breathing Lightning
  4. Anthrax, Blood Eagle Wings
  5. Kevin Bloody Wilson, She’s A Good’n [Request]
  6. Seething Fuck Patties, I Fucked a Sasquatch [Request]
  7. Brothers3, Brothers Never Part [Request]
  8. Brothers3, C’Mon [Request]
  9. Dean Ray, I Owe You (A Heartache) [Request]
  10. Dead Kennedys, Let’s Lynch The Landlord [Request]
  11. Bullet For My Valentine, Fever [Request]
  12. Cold Blooded Hero, For What I Did
  13. Wes Derby, Cold Blooded Hero Interview for XTFM 02/28/2016
  14. Cold Blooded Hero, Seize the Day
  15. Cold Blooded Hero, Go Away
  16. Cold Blooded Hero, Where’s My Warning
  17. Jim Norton, Penguins Are Assholes
  18. Jim Norton, Nice Baby!
  19. Jim Norton, What Sex Is That Thing?
  20. Stephen Lynch, Talk to Me
  21. Stephen Lynch, The Ballad of Scarface
  22. David Allan Coe, Don’t Bite the Dick
  23. DEEP PURPLE, MISTREATED
  24. Deep Purple, Hush
  25. Rainbow, Catch the Rainbow
  26. Rainbow, Can’t Let You Go
  27. Joey + Rory, Cheater Cheater
  28. Joey + Rory, Boots
  29. Joey + Rory, To Say Goodbye
  30. Lee Brice, Drinking Class
  31. Lee Brice, Hard To Love
  32. Chris Stapleton, Whiskey and You
  33. Brett Eldredge, Drunk On Your Love
  34. Brantley Gilbert, Stone Cold Sober
  35. Kip Moore, Running For You
  36. Thomas Rhett, It Goes Like This
  37. Cole Swindell, You Should Be Here
  38. Wheeler Walker Jr., Better Off Beatin’ Off
  39. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Sick And Tired
  40. Casey Donahew Band, Hangovers, and Memories
  41. Josh Abbott Band, All Of A Sudden
  42. Hank Williams, Jr., Are You Ready For The Country
  43. Randy Rogers Band, Things I Need To Quit
  44. Gary Moore, Empty Rooms


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