Razorcake Podcast #784 with Christian Valles

Jul 15, 2022

The theme of the podcast is musical covers from bands around the world. As a teenager in the late 1990s, I got into playing guitar and discovering local garage bands. Playing musical covers was the standard. It was used as a tool to develop a musical instrument. It helped me appreciate different music genres and expand my musical worldview.


Kumbia Queers, “Kumbia Dark” Kumbia Nena! (Horario Invertido)
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Manic Hispanic, “Barrioland” The Menudo Incident (Doctor Dream)
Leatherface, “Message in a Bottle” Mush (Roughneck Recording Company)
Melvins, “Black Betty” Everyone Loves Sausages (Ipecac)
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Karate, “Bob Dylan Wrote Propaganda Songs” In the Fishtank 12” (Konkurrent)
Ely Guerra, “Tumba Falsa” El Mas Grande Homenaje A Los Tigres Del Norte (FonoVisa)
Ramones, “Take It As It Comes” Mondo Bizarro (Radioactive)
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Saint Vitus, “Thirsty and Miserable” Heavier Than Thou (SST)
Hi-Standard, “California Dreamin'” Growing Up (Toy's Factory)
E150, “Chicos de la Calle” Discografía Completa (Difusión Libertaria La Idea)
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Lemonheads, “Skulls” Favorite Spanish Dishes (Fire)