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Monday at 8 pm (NZST) 1 am (Pacific) 8 pm (NZST)
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Each week Dennis The Menace goes up to his musical attic (his brain) to create sets of rock and roll music you’ve never heard together before and probably never will again. The songs are put together by a “loose theme” and might share some intricate musical heritage, make for the ultimate segué, or just sound good together.

Six decades are in the mix from doo-wop to British Invasion hits and rarities to punk to 80’s New Wave all topped with the best melodic rock of today. Every 7th Show is the 7" Edition where all music is played off 45 rpm records with lots of flip sides and imports in the mix. Throughout the show Dennis offers one-of-a-kind factoids about the artists and the music, gives away concert and movie tickets, and talks about his daughter Kate a lot!

This Week – Episode #1025

“This One Started With A Rare Single And Then Finds Its Way To Many Modern Things From Dance To Space And A Need For To Close The Show By Kicking It Off!”


Opening Song
Oh Darling – Joy Unlimited (Mercury)
Set #1 If You Can Do The Orbital Be-Bop, Then There Will Be Little Mystery To Working Out The Kinks In The Other Moves.
Dancing In Heaven (12” Remix) – Q Feel (Jive)
Baby Workout – Jackie Wilson (Brunswick)
Mystery Dance – Elvis Costello (Columbia)
Come Dancing – The Kinks (Arista)
Set #2 Are The Stars In Her Eyes A Result Of Her Love For You? Or, Are Those Her New Contact Lenses?
She’s So Modern – The Boomtown Rats (Columbia)
She’s So High – Tal Bachman (Columbia)
She’s The One - Bruce Springsteen (Columbia)
Starry Eyes – The Records (Virgin)
Set #3 It Must Have Been Wild To Be In Space With Shatner On The Bezos Rocket! Truly The Stuff Of Pulp Fiction, So To Speak!
Major Tom (Coming Home) – Peter Schilling (Elektra)
Common People – Pulp vs. William Shatner (Island/Shout Factory)
The Book Of Love – The Monotones (Argo)
Flowers On The Wall – The Statler Brothers (Columbia)
Set #4 Quite Simply, It’s Been Too Long Since I Played The Undertones And Only I Would Be Foolish Enough To Follow Them Up With Frankie!
Teenage Kicks – The Undertones (Sire)
Why Do Fools Fall In Love – Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers (Roulette)
Closing Song
Viva Tirado – El Chicano (Kapp)

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