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The Kitchen Sink
Music for those who like it ALL!!
May 03, 2013 06:17 PM PDT
Here's where it all began. The first of The Kitchen Sink's post-ARN, long-format episodes...and the shortest. Who's playing? The flyer tells you all you need to know.
Where it's always been about the music...
A note, please ignore references to "check us out" on Mypodcast, Zencast and all other websites.PLAYS SONGS FOR LOVERS (2008)
May 03, 2013 06:25 PM PDT
The Kitchen Sink's 2nd episode came just in time for Valentine's Day, and covers all stages of relationships.LIBERAL PUSSIES (2008)
May 03, 2013 06:40 PM PDT
The 3rd time was definitely a charm with this very politically charged episode. Music features Laurie Anderson, Blind Faith, U2, Black Sabbath, Midnight Oil and TKS faves The Abe Lincoln Story (www.soulpunkswing.com).THE KITCHEN SINK'S 2ND ANNIVERSARY SPRING CLEANING (2008)
May 03, 2013 07:09 PM PDT
Episode #4 finds TKS celebrating the start of year number two with this episode. Music so diverse, your iPod is jealous.ULTIMATE 80's: HERE'S THE BEEF (2008)
May 03, 2013 07:42 PM PDT
Episode #7 takes on the 80's as only The Kitchen Sink can. No Kajagoogoo here, just another diverse selection of music from the (near) decade of Ronald Reagan that'll have you reliving the days of leg warmers, valley girls and boomboxes.AN AMERICAN CELEBRATION OF INDEPENDENCE (2008)
May 03, 2013 08:09 PM PDT
Celebrating the 4th of July, episode #8 is The Kitchen Sink at its baudiest and raunchiest. NSFW at all! Featuring TKS faves Desperation Squad, George Carlin, Tim Curry, Frank Zappa, Prince, Liz Phair and The Pandoras.A SUMMER STATE OF MIND (2008)
May 03, 2013 08:44 PM PDT
Episode #9 finds The Kitchen Sink basking in the glow of all things summer. A ton of clips in this one. Music from Under The Noise, The Cult, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, The Tornadoes, Robert Plant, and The Isley Brothers, to name but a few.HELLO HOPEVILLE: SONGS FOR THE AMERICAN VOTER (ELECTION 2008)
May 03, 2013 09:16 PM PDT
Episode #10 has The Kitchen Sink weighing in on the 2008 election with some much needed musical commentary via the likes of L7, Groucho Marx, Howard Beale, The J.Geils Band, Ministry, The Smithereens, Cheap Trick, NIN, and The Staple Singers. When I tell you The Kithen Sink plays most diverse mix of music you will hear anywhere...well, just have a listen.A KITCHEN SINK CHRISTMAS (2008)
May 03, 2013 09:51 PM PDT
Bad Santa, indeed. The 11th and final episode of 2008 finds The Kitchen Sink extending some of the weirdest holiday cheer ever. Christmas spirit from a ton of NSFW clips and music from The Surfaris, Beck, Donny Hathaway, Richard Cheese, Frank Sinatra, and the Band of Gypsys.THE SENSUAL ART OF POLE DANCING (2009)
May 03, 2013 11:02 PM PDT
Episode #12 and the first of 2009. Suggestive and explicit, this one will have you "making it rain" in no time flat. Music for those who like to go for a spin...music for those who like to watch 'em work. Features the musical stylings of AC/DC, Sinead O'Connor, The Reverend Horton Heat, Cheap Trick, Soundgarden, Death Cab For Cutie, The Cars, and Grace Jones. Trust me, you'll enjoy taking this one for a whirl.Good vs. Evil (2009)
May 03, 2013 11:31 PM PDT
Episode #13 examines the ongoing battle between good and evil through song. Yep, this one not only has some of your favorite superhero themes, it also gives some love to the bad guy. Cheap Trick, AC/DC, The Who, XTC, The Temptations and a whole lot more.IN YOUR FACE, SONGS FROM THE SCRAP HEAP (2009)
May 04, 2013 12:07 AM PDT
Episode #14 is chock full of songs that just didn't belong. Taken from the reject pile of episodes past, this one is for me. Keith Jackson opens the show with music from The Young Fresh Fellows, The Sisters of Mercy, Cibo Matto, Sky Cries Mary, Television, The Isley Brothers, and Blondie in tow. Easily one of TKS' more eclectic playlist.WINNING NUMBERS (2009)
May 04, 2013 09:46 AM PDT
Talk about being all over the map. Episode #15 has it all. Winning songs (and numbers) for Les Paul (6), for the annual August (8) Perseid meteor shower (12-14), the (10)th anniversary of my marriage, the (40)th anniversary of Woodstock from the likes of Luscious Jackson, Santana, Earth, Wind & Fire, Jefferson Airplane, the B-52s, CSN and a ton more.THE DRIVE-IN (2009)
May 04, 2013 10:24 AM PDT
Probably the most fun of all TKS episodes, #16 celebrates the joys of the drive-in movie experience. Comes complete with all the cheesy violence, sex, and exploitation you remember as well as uber-diverse songs by Pete Townshend, The Dickies, Marvin Gaye, PJ Harvey, Frankie & Annette, Hammerbox, and Robert Rodriguez. Trust me on this one!!ROCK & ROLL (ER SKATES) 
May 04, 2013 11:15 AM PDT
Episode #17. Simply put, this one is all about the rock, all about the roll. The Romantics, Aerosmith, Bill Conti, Herbie Hancock, Twisted Sister, AC/DC, and April Wine are but a few that'll have you eager to step into a pair of quads.
Celebrating seven years of podcasting by digging into the archives and playing it all!!
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