Willy Wilson's Motor City's Burning Playlist

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Motorcity’s Burning (CJAM 99.1 FM) Playlist 10-6-10 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.  How nice to see the Mutants get some love, L-U-V.

Tune in each Wednesday evening.

Mick Bassett & The Martha’s – Newspaper Eyelids – Demo – www.mickbassett.bandcamp.com*

The Hard Lessons - Carey Says (Alright) - Listen Up EP - Self Released

Friendly Foes – How It Works – So Obsessive EP – Gang Plank*

The Dirtbombs – Wreck My Flow – We Have You Surrounded – In The Red

Dead Weather – I Cut Like A Buffalo – 45 - Third Man Records*

Nikki & The Corvettes – He’s A Mover – Nikki & The Corvettes – Bomp

The Romantics – Little White Lies – The Romantics – Nemporer

The Mutants – So American – 45 – FTM Records

Hysteric Narcotics – Anna – From The Desolation The Creasewood Grows – Ruffscallion

The Ramrods – I’m A Ramrod – Gimme Some Action – Young Soul Rebel

Amboy Dukes – Scottish Tea – Journey To The Center Of The Mind – Mainstream

SRC – In The Hall Of The Mountain King/Bolero – Milestones – Microwerks*

Savage Grace – All Along The Watchtower – Savage Grace – 33 1/3 Records

Lightnin’ – Hi-Jackin’ Love – 45 – Rainbow

Frijid Pink – The House Of The Rising Sun – Frijid Pink – Parrott

The Cyril Lords – Ginger – Motherland – No Fun

The Octopus – Signal B – 45 – Bellyache*

Gorevette – Lustfully Yours – Lustfully Yours – Strange Girl*

The Go – Meet Me At The Movies – Demo

The Wildbunch – Remote Control (Me) – Future Events Such As These EP – Self Released

The Von Bondies – It Came From Japan – It Came From Japan EP – Sweet Nothin’

The Temptations – Take a Stroll Thru Your Mind – Psychedelic Soul – Motown

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