(Interview) by Killdozer
On a landmark day for the country, Brian welcomes the midwestern band that makes his heart swell with American pride like no other. Birthed in Madison, Wisconsin in 1982, Killdozer sludged through such classic LPs as "Snakeboy", "Burl", "For Ladies Only", and "Twelve Point Buck" before calling it quits in 1996. They returned briefly for Touch and Go's 25th label anniversary bash, and have graciously agreed to perform (and put you in your Election Day mindset) today on WFMU. Michael Gerald: Vocal, bass, Bill Hobson: guitar, Dan Hobson: drums. Songs: Cotton Bolls / Cyst / Lupus / King of Sex / I Am, I Said (Neil Diamond) / Sonnet / New Pants and Shirt / Live Your Life Like You Don't Exist / Gates of Heaven / (Interview) / Sweet Home Alabama (Lynyrd Skynard). Killdozer at myspace.com/killdozerpage.
-Brian Turner (WFMU Playlist/Archive)
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