Mike Eternity

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Glitter Punk Glamdown!

Artist Song Buy
Slade  Radio Wall of Sound  buy on itunes
Generation X  Ready Steady Go  buy on itunes
Sweet  Peppermint Twist  buy on itunes
The Dickies  Infidel Zombie  buy on itunes
The Toy Dolls  Idle Gossip  buy on itunes
The Flamin' Groovies  Tallahassee Lassie  buy on itunes
Chixdiggit  I Remember You  buy on itunes
Adolescents  Amoeba  buy on itunes
Exploding Hearts  Thorns in Roses  buy on itunes
The Undertones  Family Entertainment  buy on itunes
The Star Spangles  I Don't Wanna Be Crazy Anymore  buy on itunes
Teen Idols  Big Girl Now  buy on itunes
The Dickies  You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla)  buy on itunes
The Rubettes  The Sha Na Na Song  buy on itunes
Eddie & the Hot Rods  Power and the Glory  buy on itunes
Forces of Evil  Dance the Night Away  buy on itunes
The Smirks  American Patriots  buy on itunes
Cheap Trick  The House is Rockin' (with Domestic Problems)  buy on itunes
Rockpile  Crawling for the Wreckage  buy on itunes
Transvision Vamp  I Want Your Love  buy on itunes
Roy Wood & Wizzard  Everyday I Wonder  buy on itunes
Ringo Starr  A Dose of Rock 'n' Roll  buy on itunes
The Producers  She Sheila  buy on itunes
New York Dolls  Personality Crisis  buy on itunes
KISS  Crazy Crazy Nights  buy on itunes
Phantom of the Paradise  The Hell of it  buy on itunes
King Prawn  Crackhead  buy on itunes
Wreckless Eric  Veronica  buy on itunes
Teenage Bottlerocket  So Far Away  buy on itunes


Making a glam-rock mix is hardly original, but that wasn't exactly my goal. I just found that I'd accumulated a bunch of splashy old rock and roll songs lately from the '70s and '80s, and I wanted a cohesive way to use them, so this is a cocktail of glam pop, goofy punk (Dickies, Toy Dolls, Undertones), '80s pop rock of the same vein (Transivision Vamp, Rockpile, Cheap Trick, etc.), and decidedly newer bands (King Prawn, Forces of Evil, Chixdiggit, Teen Idols, Exploding Hearts, Star Spangles) who are carrying on this legacy in one way or another. Overall, just a lot of fun, trashy rock anthems. They don't all fit the requirements per se, but in spirit definitely.


Mr Winky
Date: 3/7/2007
Ooh la la!
Date: 3/8/2007
Trashy rock anthems are good- everyone could use more of them.
Brent Long
Date: 3/8/2007
Good stuff....I'm digging it. Particularly the Dickies song that I'd never listened to before.
Date: 3/9/2007
This looks like it could get me out of bed in the afternoon --- i mean morning. Fun, fun, fun!!
p the swede
Date: 3/11/2007
great fun
Date: 3/12/2007
i would like to hug this one

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