(0:00 - 1:27) Introduction
(1:28 - 4:07) The Gruesomes - Bikers from Hell (from their 1986 LP, Tyrants of Teen Trash)
(4:08 - 15:40) Interview with John Davis, Bobby Beaton, and Gerry Alvarez...chatting about the old days with The Gruesomes.
(15:41 - 17:13) The Gruesomes - Wish You Were Her (from their 2000 CD, Cave In)
(17:14 - 23:10) Interview with Gerry about his new project, The Gerry Alvarez Odyssey)
(23:11 - 27:39) The Gerry Alvarez Odyssey - Time In Motion (from their 2006 CD, Candy Prankster)
(27:40 - 33:39) Interview with John and Bobby about their new band, Fuad and the Feztones.
(33:40 - 36:35) Fuad and the Feztones - Beeramid (from their 2008 CD, Beeramid)
The Gruesomes: http://www.myspace.com/thegruesomes
Fuad and the Feztones: http://www.myspace.com/fuadandthefeztones
The Gerry Alvarez Odyssey: http://www.myspace.com/thegerryalvarezodyssey
Ricochet Sound: http://www.myspace.com/1082ooo1
The Stills: http://www.arts-crafts.ca/thestills/blog.php
The Ruckus: http://www.kevinmcgowan.ca
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