Music we can’t play on the air.

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The Gits at the Off Ramp – Seattle 1993, courtesy of The Gits

Music That Matters Vol. 30 is available now. John Richards hosts the first of a series of podcasts featuring music that he would like to share with listeners, but cannot play due to FCC regulation against profanity on the airwaves. You’ll hear original, unedited versions of songs from Thom Yorke, The Gits, Thee Emergency, Slam Suzanne and many more. You’ll also learn a little bit about the FCC. Check out the tracklist…

1. Slam Suzanne – I Like To Say Fuck
2. Brazilian Girls – Sexy Asshole
3. Darc Mind – I’m Ill
4. Thom Yorke – Black Swan
5. A.R.E. Weapons – Fuck You Pay Me
6. Thee Emergency – Get It Up
7. The Gits – Here’s To Your Fuck
8. Partman Parthorse – Don’t Fuck With the Horse
9. Moto – I Hate My Fucking Job
10. The Trucks – Titties
11. The Grates – Inside/Outside
12. The Heavy Hearts – Spit When You Say My Name
13. Viva Voce – We Do Not Fuck Around

Learn more about podcasting, subscribe now, and download the podcast – (MP3)

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  1. G.Morris
    Posted November 15, 2006 at 8:14 pm | Permalink

    the viva voce track is the best song i’ve ever heard in my life

  2. Rob
    Posted July 15, 2009 at 9:13 pm | Permalink

    Where can I find a copy of that Album by Slam Suzanne? Is it possible to find anywhere? I saw them twice live, they were awesome.. I used to have a crush on their drummer big time LOL

  3. Mindy
    Posted August 24, 2009 at 8:06 am | Permalink

    Re: “Where can I find a copy of that Album by Slam Suzanne?”

    Hi Rob,

    The album is called “On the Floor With Your Mom” and to the best of my knowledge is no longer in print. I have only seen one actual copy in all the years I’ve been searching and that copy belongs to a friend of mine.



  4. Kat
    Posted December 25, 2009 at 2:47 pm | Permalink

    Slam Suzanne was on Green Monkey Records, under the direction of Tom Dyer. If you want a copy of their album, get in touch with him on the label’s website, They’ve been playing some live shows recently, after their very successful performance at the GMR Retrospective record release party at the SODO showbox. You can check out some other great music from the era on the retrospective. I highly recommend Mr. Epp and the Calculations’ “Out of Control.”

  5. LOLing
    Posted November 16, 2010 at 10:46 am | Permalink

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