Saturday, January 12, 2008

EPISODE55 - Talking 80s Music with Martin Hennessy



This week we delved into the work of Canadian punk rock act D.O.A. You really don't see that many punk acts stay as relevant but, since forming in the late '70s, frontman Joe Keithley has kept the ship plowing ahead. We babbled a bit about the genre, band history and featured the songs "The Enemy" (from Punk Singles: From 1978-1999) and "Roadkill" (from their 1995 album, The Black Spot.) All of these come courtesy of Sudden Death Records. Then again, it's probably unfair just calling them punk as they also include hints of ska. Sadly, we just missed talking with Joe during the episode but hopefully, in the future we will talk to him about his recently released self-titled album by his side-project Joe Shithead Keithley And His Band Of Rebels.


Punk Rock Singles 1978-1999D.O.A.
"The Enemy" (mp3)
from "Punk Rock Singles 1978-1999"
(Sudden Death Records)

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The Black SpotD.O.A.
"Road Kill" (mp3)
from "The Black Spot"
(Sudden Death Records)

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