Tuesday, November 8, 2016

2016 Election Day Edition of Timbre Tantrums

Mike Diva parody Donald Trump commercial

Radiohead Burn the Witch

Today's show features songs of protest, patriotism, activism and apathy; addressing various social issues and attitudes from several decades and countries.

Disclaimer: As always, the opinions and views heard may not be those of KTUH's licensees, management nor staff.

Timbre Tantrums - Tue., noon - 3pm on KTUH, 90.1 FM, Honolulu

Radiohead Burn the Witch
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings This Land is Your Land
Eugene McDaniels Cherrystones
Gil Scott-Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Bobby Humphrey New York Times
The (International) Noise Conspiracy Bigger Cages, Longer Chains
Infest Terminal Nation
Dropdead The Truth Will Remain
Look Back and Laugh Slogans
Kill the Man Who Questions Lips Sewn Shut

Sex Pistols Anarchy in the U.K.
Pixies Monkey Gone to Heaven
The Drums Let's Go Surfing
Best Friends Forever Eisenhower is the Father
Operation: Cliff Clavin Black and White
The Children of Sunshine War
David Bazan American Flags
Creedence Clearwater Revival Fortunate Son
Steve Earle Amerika v. 6.0 (The Best We Can Do)
The Slackers Propaganda

Bobby Vinton Blue Velvet
The Free Design Make the Madness Stop
Super Furry Animals Presidential Suite
A Camp The Crowning
Esperanza Spalding Land of the Free
Norah Jones My Dear Country
Cass McCombs Don't Vote
Horace Andy Materialist / Poor Man Style [extended version]
Charles Mingus Freedom
Bobby Hutcherson feat. Eugene McDaniels Black Heroes
Stevie Wonder Black Man
Grandmaster Melle Mel Jesse
Birocratic Burner
The Beast & Nnenna Freelon feat. Suede Freedom Pt.2
Stan Forebee New Generation
Jack McDuff Blowin' in the Wind
Thursday Autobiography of a Nation
Cursive The Great Decay
XYLØ America [Ghosts remix]
Belle and Sebatian The Cat with the Cream

Makaha Sons & Friends, feat. Del Beazly, Teresa Bright and Manu Boyd Kaulana Nā Pua
Green Milk from the Planet Orange When Every Colour Turns Black
The Smiths Bigmouth Strikes Again

Camera Obscura Let's Get out of this Country

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