Danger Radio – Episode 45 Christmas Spectacular


with special guest, Lynne Ryan.

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Come On Santa – The Raveonettes

Come On – The Jesus & Mary Chain
No Christmas – The Wedding Present
Ski Trip – Tsunami
No Ones Gonna Love You – Band of Horses
40 Day Dream – Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Snowblinder – Lilys
Winter On Victoria Street – The Clientele
Ambitions – Donkeyboy
I Woke Up Today – Port O’Brien
Winterlight – Clearlake
I’m Cold – Whale
Cold Fire Woods Of Western Lanes – Hood
Merry Xmas Everybody – Oasis
Snow – Trashcan Sinatras
Frozen Lake – Buffalo Tom
Look In the Box – The Boo Radleys
Father Christmas – The Kinks
Mad As Snow – Kitchens of Distinction
Frozen – Curve
Winter Hill – Doves
Ice Skating At Night – The Ocean Blue

10 thoughts on “Danger Radio – Episode 45 Christmas Spectacular

  1. Still think the Santa hat is a nice addition for this edition of “Danger Radio.”
    I think maybe you should go rouge instead of rogue.

    1. But, yeah, you are right. CDs are being relegated to the cassette tapes of yore. Their primary purpose, as far as music is concerned, is to make music mixes. In some way,s I think digital music cheapens the whole experience – and I don’t mean monetarily. It is becoming increasingly difficult to learn about who the backup singer on a track was, who added the groovy bass line to a song by a band that generally lacks such bass lines, where that fantastic horn section sample came from, and who produced the album. I feel that I am being cheated a little. . . I don’t want to spend time on the web looking it up. In addition, short song samples don’t always get the sound of a song across. I admit I like going into a “record” shop where I can listen to entire songs/albums before making a purchase.

      1. To be fair, Apple is trying to change that a bit with iTunes LP. It looks pretty cool. I don’t know if it will catch on or not, but it’s an attempt to still include all of the wonderful periphery stuff that came with buying an album.

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