Sunday, June 1, 2008
KSFR, Santa Fe, N.M.
10 p.m. to midnight Sundays Mountain Time
Host: Steve Terrell
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OPENING THEME: Let it Out (Let it All Hang Out) by The Hombres
Human Being by The New York Dolls
Treat Her Right by Los Straitjackets with Mark Lindsay
I'm in With the Out Crowd by Sam the Sham & The Pharoahs
QB by The Fuzzy Set
Espanto del Futuro by Man or Astroman?
James Bond Theme by John Zorn
Double-O-Bum by Gas Huffer
Mi Sangre Prisonera by Los Tigres del Norte
What's Behind the Mask? by The Cramps
Viva Del Santo by Southern Culture on the Skids
Boss Dance by Jerry Cole & His Spacemen
Scalped by Dick Dale
Hey Sugarfoot by The Astronauts
Swamp Witch by Deadbolt
Bad Girl by Detroit Cobras
Dick Shake by Juke Joint Pimps
Shake Your Hips by Slim Harpo
Polka Chicana by Eddie Dimas
Thunderbird by The Casual-Aires
Johnny's Jive by Johnny Little John & Guitar
Hey Girl by John & Jackie
Cold Slaw by Tommy Smith Jr. Trio
Cave Man Love by Spaceman & The Rockets
Peter Gun Twist by The Jesters
Pretty Lord Sundance Part 1 by Lord Sundance
Topless A Go Go by The Rockets Combo
Take it Off by The Genteels
Kaput by Sam & The Saxtones
The Jungle by Diablito
Drunken Guitar by The Lushes
Clipped Wings by Dengue Fever
Biting Game by Sinn Sisamouth
Telephone Call from Istabul by The Red Elvises
Moonland by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Smooth Jazz by Evangelista
The Bunker by Beirut
I Just Want You to Hurt Like I Do by Randy Newman
CLOSING THEME: Over the Rainbow by Jerry Lee Lewis
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