Sep 292012

Every song 49 cents or less!

After a recent excursion to our Ann Arbor campus for our annual brand planning meeting, we turn over a new format on tonight’s episode of Saturday Night Shut-In, something we like to call Cheap Cutz. Rather than our usual mix of obscuro collectors’ gems, German True Stereo recordings, and outtakes from expensive box sets, your newly budget-conscious Mr. Moderator spins nothing but tracks costing 49 cents or less. Stay tuned for an important announcement about our launch on satellite radio. Meanwhile, tell us what you think of the new format. We’ll be reading your best tweets on the air!

[audio:|titles=RTH Saturday Night Shut-In, episode 88]

[Note: You can add Saturday Night Shut-In episodes to your iTunes by clicking here. The Rock Town Hall feed will enable you to easily download Saturday Night Shut-In episodes to your digital music player.]


  2 Responses to “Rock Town Hall’s Cheap Cutz

  1. ladymisskirroyale

    Welcome back! You can tell the suits that the show was great, bargain or not.

    I can’t say the same for that shout out track. Thanks for thinking of us, but that Quakers track was a stinker. Just goes to show how much good hip hop requires a good blend of an interesting voice and solid beats. I liked Geoff Barrow’s backing beats on this track but the voice did nothing for me. His sounds are a great bedrock but he needs that snazzy guitar of Adrian Utley and Beth Gibbon’s emotive lyrics and voice.

    What was the track following The Quakers? We thought it was sort of Weezer-esque with some XTC vocal stylings.

  2. I think I played Beulah there.

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