Every once in a while you’ll run across an author who releases a novel under a different name. Stephen King comes to mind with this Richard Bachman novels. Bands have been known to do something similar. It’s not that common, but it does happen.
For example, do you know the real identity behind The Nappies, Dukes of Stratosphear, Foxboro Hot Tubs and 1000 Homo DJs? And then there’s the goofiness that is The Network. Who are they trying to fool? On this week’s show, we’ll get to the truth behind these fake identities.
Songs included in this program:
Elvis Costello and the Attractions, Watching the Detectives
Cult Hero, I’m a Cult Hero
Dukes of Stratosphear, Vanishing Girl
1000 Homo DJs, Supernaut
Passengers, Miss Sarajevo
The Network, Roshambo
Foxboro Hot Tubs, Pedestrian
The Nappies, I Am Your Baby’s Daddy
Eric Wilhite created this playlist for us.
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The Ongoing History of New Music can be heard on the following stations:
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