Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 06/25/2017

This week’s edition of The Meltdown was full of good music, a cover comparison, and plenty of requests. No hot-button issues discussed this week, other than making fun of the upstairs neighbor for dropping his “cigar” on our balcony furniture.

In addition to old favorites and requests, we had new music from Nicckelback, The Nixons, Luke Combs, Jon Pardi, Lady Antebellum, Kane Brown, and Trent Tomlinson.

Cover Comparison found Alice Cooper’s Is It My Body going up against the Sonic Youth cover. Tune in to find out who won.

As always, join us Sunday nights at 7:00 PM East to hear the show live on XTFM, or find us on TuneInRadio or the OoTunes app.

Playlist

  1. 311, Transistor
  2. 311, Who’s Got the Herb
  3. Stabbing Westward, Shame
  4. Marilyn Manson, The Beautiful People
  5. New American Shame, Under It All
  6. Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz, Get Low (feat. Ying Yang Twins) [Request]
  7. Sonic Youth, Pink Steam [Request]
  8. Brett Eldredge, Wanna Be That Song [Request]
  9. Brett Eldredge, Don’t Ya [Request]
  10. Sam Hunt, Body Like A Back Road [Request]
  11. Keith Urban, Cop Car [Request]
  12. Alice Cooper, Is It My Body
  13. Sonic Youth, Is It My Body
  14. Phil Keaggy, Happy Birthday (The ‘Bob’ Version) [Request]
  15. Ed Sheeran, Thinking Out Loud [Request]
  16. Flo Rida, Get Low (Feat. T-Pain) [Request]
  17. Luke Bryan, I Don’t Want This Night To End [Request]
  18. The Nixons, Song of the Year
  19. The Nixons, The Fall
  20. Nickelback, Silent Majority
  21. Nickelback, Song on Fire
  22. Luke Combs, When It Rains It Pours
  23. Lady Antebellum, Heart Break
  24. Kane Brown, What Ifs
  25. Trent Tomlinson, That’s What’s Working Right Now
  26. Jon Pardi, Heartache On The Dance Floor
  27. Lady Antebellum, Need You Now (Single Version) [Request]
  28. Taylor Swift, Mean [Request]
  29. Perfect Stranger, You Have the Right to Remain Silent
  30. P.O.D., Alive
  31. P.O.D., Set Your Eyes To Zion
  32. Casting Crowns, Who Am I
  33. TobyMac, Speak Life
  34. Danny Gokey, Tell Your Heart to Beat Again
  35. Nothing More, Here’s to the Heartache
  36. All That Remains, What If I Was Nothing
  37. Tantric, Mourning
  38. Course Of Nature, Caught In The Sun
  39. Failure Anthem, Paralyzed
  40. RED SUN RISING, The Otherside
  41. RED SUN RISING, Amnesia
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Wes’s Musical Meltdown for 08/14/2016: Returning After Hiatus, Breaking In New Studios

Last night was the official return of the Meltdown to XTFM after a 5-month unplanned hiatus due to hard drive failure. We’re still not 100% back musically, but it was still a good show nonetheless. It was also my first show from the new West Columbus studios. You’ll find much less echo than you’ve possibly heard since I moved to Ohio last August.

We played some great music, talked a bit about music news, politics, and other current events, and had a good time. Thanks to those who promoted, interaccted in chat, and made requests.

The new timeslot for Wes’s Musical Meltdown is Sunday Nights, 10:00 PM East. Next Sunday, we’ll have a special tribute to the late Merle Haggard. We lost this country icon on April 6, and I would’ve done this then…But, as I had no music, it had to wait until I made my return. If you have favorite Merle tracks you want played, feel free to use the various ccontact methods on the page to get in touch and let me know.

Below, you’ll find the playlist for this show as well as the download/streaming links. Enjoy!!

Playlist

  1. Aerosmith, Back In The Saddle
  2. Ac/dc, Back In Black
  3. Cledus T. Judd, First Redneck on the Internet
  4. George Strait, Ocean Front Property
  5. Aubrie Sellers, Light of Day
  6. Chris Cagle, What Kinda Gone
  7. Dwight Yoakam, A Thousand Miles from Nowhere
  8. Guns N’ Roses, Mr. Brownstone
  9. Sheryl Crow, Strong Enough To Be My Man [Request]
  10. Casting Crowns, Lifesong
  11. Matt Cline f./Ray Stevens, Steve Cropper, Buddy Jewell & Andy Griggs, If You Want My Vote
  12. John Anderson, Country Til I Die
  13. Eric Church, Record Year
  14. Eric Church, Love Your Love the Most
  15. Keith Urban, Wasted Time
  16. UFO, Rock Bottom
  17. UFO, Natural Thing
  18. Rainbow, All Night Long
  19. Less Than Jake, Jen doesn’t like me anymore
  20. Cherry Poppin’ Daddies, Zoot Suit Riot
  21. Miranda Lambert, Vice
  22. Blake Shelton, Came Here To Forget
  23. Canaan Smith, Love You Like That
  24. Kane Brown, Used To Love You Sober
  25. Reba McEntire, How Was I To Know
  26. Cole Swindell, Middle Of A Memory
  27. Dierks Bentley feat. Elle King, Different For Girls
  28. Jon Pardi, Head Over Boots
  29. Jon Pardi, Write You A Song
  30. Kip Moore, I’m To Blame
  31. Kip Moore, Hey Pretty Girl
  32. Ed Sheeran, Thinking Out Loud [Request]
  33. Merle Haggard, I Think I’ll Just Stay Here And Drink
  34. Merle Haggard, Misery And Gin
  35. Merle Haggard, The Running Kind
  36. Merle Haggard, Sing Me Back Home
  37. Taylor Swift, White Horse [Request]
  38. Kelsea Ballerini, Peter Pan
  39. Chris Stapleton, Fire Away
  40. Chris Stapleton, Parachute
  41. Chris Young Duet With Cassadee Pope, Think Of You
  42. Chris Young, Tomorrow
  43. Hank Williams Jr., Attitude Adjustment
  44. Hank Williams Jr., If You Don’t Like Hank Williams
  45. Cross Canadian Ragweed, Alabama
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Final Edition of Weekdays With Wes On the VIP Lounge Radio, 02/03/2016

We didn’t know it at the time, but due to some changes at the new job, this was the final edition of Weekdays with Wes on The VIP Lounge, and I was fortunate to be joined by fellow broadcaster and one of my closest friends, Amber Duff. Yes, I’ll still be there on Saturdays for now, 1:00 PM-5:00 PM East, for Wes’s Wild Weekend Party.

Mixed in with the requests, we also had the Country Top 30, which we’ve normally done on Fridays. Enjoy! Of course, as always, if you like what you hear, Please Shop Amazon Through Me.

Playlist

  1. Chris Lane, Fix
  2. Dierks Bentley, Somewhere On A Beach
  3. Maddie & Tae, Shut Up and Fish
  4. Tyler Farr, Better in Boots
  5. Brantley Gilbert, Stone Cold Sober
  6. Maren Morris, My Church
  7. Dustin Lynch, Mind Reader
  8. Michael Ray, Real Men Love Jesus
  9. Lee Brice, That Don’t Sound Like You
  10. Old Dominion, Snapback
  11. Chris Stapleton, Nobody To Blame
  12. Cole Swindell, You Should Be Here
  13. Brett Eldredge, Drunk on your love
  14. Rascal Flatts, I Like The Sound Of That
  15. Chase Bryant, Little Bit of You
  16. Eric Church, Mr. Misunderstood
  17. Florida Georgia Line, Confession
  18. Brad Paisley, Country Nation
  19. Zac Brown Band, Beautiful Drug
  20. Carrie Underwood, Heartbeat
  21. Randy Houser, We Went
  22. Kelsea Ballerini, Dibs
  23. Jason Aldean, Gonna Know We Were Here
  24. Keith Urban, Break On Me
  25. Granger Smith, Backroad Song
  26. LoCash, I love this life
  27. Sam Hunt, Break Up In a small Town
  28. Luke Bryan (featuring Karen Fairchild), Home Alone Tonight
  29. Brothers Osborne, Stay A Little Longer
  30. Thomas Rhett, Die a Happy Man
  31. Bagatelle, Second Violin [Request]
  32. Elvis Presley, Are You Lonesome Tonight? [Request]
  33. Johnny Cash, Ring of Fire [Request]
  34. Keith Urban, Cop Car [Request]
  35. Jon Pardi, Head Over Boots
  36. Mini Thin, Buck Wild and Free [Request]
  37. E-40, Choices (Yup)
  38. Ice Cube, It Was A Good Day (Explicit)
  39. Weird Al Yankovic, White & Nerdy
  40. Megadeth, Dystopia
  41. sepultura, orgasmatron
  42. Slayer, Seasons In The Abyss
  43. Rick Springfield, Jessie’s Girl
  44. Greg Kihn Band, The Breakup Song They Don’t Write ’em
  45. Crowded House, Don’t Dream It’s Over
  46. Molly Hatchet, Flirtin’ With Disaster
  47. Gregg Allman Band, I’m No Angel
  48. .38 Special, Caught Up In You
  49. Alice In Chains, Would?
  50. Soundgarden, Live to Rise


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