Well now, it’s November already, and because of the “every 2 weeks” schedule of my show, and the 5 shows last month, we’re now onto a 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month schedule until another 5 week month might flip us back to 1st and 3rd Thursdays again.
Episode 10 of my show on Radio Kapitał is the first in a 2-part series of listening to songs that inspired the writing and recording of R.E.M.’s album, Monster – which celebrates it’s 25th anniversary this year.
As written about earlier in this blog, this album is incredibly important to me – even life-changing – so I wanted to dig a bit deeper into it.
So, we begin, as logic dictates, at the beginning.
Here it is… part 1, the first of 2 parts of Neil Milton Listens To… Songs That Inspired R.E.M.’s Monster.
RADIO KAPITAŁ Episode 10: Neil Milton Listens to… Songs That Inspired R.E.M.’s Monster: Part 1
1. R.E.M. – What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?
2. T. rex – Metal Guru (The Slider, EMI, 1972)
3. The Stooges – No Fun (The Stooges, Elektra, 1969)
4. Elastica – Connection (Deceptive, 1995)
5. Bikini Kill – Rebel Girl (Kill Rock Stars, 1993)
6. Roxy Music – 2HB
7. Television – See No Evil
8. Sonic Youth – Washing Machine
9. Mudhoney – Touch Me I’m Sick
10. Blur – This Is A Low
11. R.E.M. – Tongue