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Options August 30, 2011: John Gallagher of RAVEN Guest DJs for PEER PRESSURE segment today!

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Rorschach  Shanks   Options Remain Sedate/Protestant  Gern Blandsten    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Parasytic  Poison Minds   Options Poison Minds  Vex    0:03:31 (Pop‑up)
Raven  Walk Through Fire   Options Walk Through Fire  King    0:08:20 (Pop‑up)
Raven   Hard Road   Options Walk Through Fire  King    0:11:48 (Pop‑up)
This Week's PEER PRESSURE SEGMENT: John Gallagher of RAVEN
Interview with John Gallagher          0:20:25 (Pop‑up)
Deep Purple  Highway Star   Options Made In Japan  Warner Brothers    0:21:14 (Pop‑up)
Montrose  Rock the Nation   Options Montrose  Warner Brothers    0:26:43 (Pop‑up)
Interview with John Gallagher          0:30:05 (Pop‑up)
Status Quo  Big Fat Mama   Options Piledriver  A & M Records    0:37:38 (Pop‑up)
Slade  In Like A Shot From My Gun   Options Slade Alive!  Polydor    0:43:33 (Pop‑up)
Interview with John Gallagher          0:47:35 (Pop‑up)
Cheap Trick  He's A Whore   Options Cheap Trick  Epic    0:54:12 (Pop‑up)
Pat Travers  Hooked On Music   Options Live! Go For What You Know  Polydor    0:56:54 (Pop‑up)
Interview with John Gallagher          1:03:29 (Pop‑up)
UK  Caesar's Palace Blues   Options Night After Night Live  Polydor    1:10:23 (Pop‑up)
Yes  Parallels   Options Yesshows  Atlantic    1:15:21 (Pop‑up)
Interview with John Gallagher          1:22:16 (Pop‑up)
Soundgarden  4th of July   Options Superunknown  A & M    1:32:02 (Pop‑up)
Muse  Stockholm Syndrome   Options Absolution  Universal Music     1:37:16 (Pop‑up)
Interview with John Gallagher          1:42:21 (Pop‑up)
TV Smith  Swimming In The Flood   Options Not A Bad Day  TV Smith    1:48:08 (Pop‑up)
Cauldron  All Or Nothing   Options Burning Fortune  Earache    1:52:26 (Pop‑up)
Immolation  Hate's Plague   Options Shadows In The Light  Century Media    1:56:07 (Pop‑up)
Phantom Limbs  Unhinged Face   Options Applied Ignorance  Alternative Tentacles    1:59:04 (Pop‑up)
Stranglers  Toiler on the Sea   Options Black And White  A & M Records    2:05:40 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:54pm Jack:

I need my dose of Diane.
  12:55pm wilD nEIL:

Welcome! Back! Again! You! ROCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  1:00pm r i s k y .:

  1:00pm Richard from Venezuela:

Greetings Diane and all the listeners.
  1:01pm Cecile:

ha! I now know where Dave Mustaine got half of his phrasing from.
  1:03pm Cheri Pi:

I saw Diamond Head last night! They were great.
  1:04pm Cecile:

nice! how many original members?
  1:08pm Cheri Pi:

I think it's down to 1-Brian Tatler.
  1:09pm Cecile:

But anyone who's played higher-level thrash metal knows all those songs by heart, I'm sure.
  1:09pm joe:

'ello folks
  1:10pm joe:

@cheri PI so jealous
  1:11pm joe:

Wasn't Chuck Dukowski going to play Highway Star too?
  1:12pm miggs:

hello all!...@cheri pi..i totally missed seeing them about a week ago..found out after it happened...
  1:14pm Mike East:

People don't play enough rock organ like this anymore.
  1:14pm Droll:

He wasn't kidding, Deep Purple is turning in an on fire performance. And yes, more soloing than a Yes song. Recording sounds fantastic too!
  1:15pm Cheri Pi:

This tour wasn't widely publicised and honestly I don't think most people know who they are- it's a damn shame. Catch them if you can for sure.
  1:15pm Stevel:

Wow. This was the most impressive album, ever, of my young life. (Young then, that is.)
  1:17pm wilD nEIL:

DP kicks serious butt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!WOW. I liked the comment by the guy from Black Flag who said Deep Purple was one of 3 highly influential bands with their...how did he put it? 'Forward Driving'? sound? Along with Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin, these guys had a HUGE effect on music....I want to get this record now!! They had a prog influence on them , and they also radiated one to other musics, sometimes subconciously....
  1:18pm efd:

Nice! Early Sammy Hagar representing!
  1:22pm Cecile:

I'm outtie. have a great day.
  1:26pm joe:

30 Years later and he still dosen't know one end of a drum kit from the other. :)
  1:27pm wilD nEIL:

CBGB's bathroom should be in the smell hall of fame! NM is the most beautiful state in the union, but it gets hot! I lived there, the people are the nicest on the planet...
  1:29pm miggs:

STATUS QUO!!!!!!!!!!!NICE!
  1:29pm Cheri Pi:

I love this show Diane!
  1:30pm miggs:

  1:32pm Stevel:

Tell Mr. Gallagher that I am unfamiliar with Raven, but am CERTAINLY going to look into them now. His picks are hitting on more than a few levels.
  1:32pm Droll:

I'll wager $5 there's a Budgie tune coming up real soon.
  1:39pm miggs:

..what about label mates Venom?..any cool stories about playing with them?
  1:39pm joe:

There was so much great music in England in the early 70's that never got it's due in the states
  1:42pm John Lewis:

I wonder if John ever played with/saw The Pink Fairies.
  1:49pm Cheri Pi:

Sheesh, JG is SCHOOLING us.
  2:00pm Bad Ronald:

Danger Money?
  2:02pm uncle dracula:

There's a 7" of a band called Trespast that used pictures of Raven as their band photos, also, I feel like that band The Darkness grabbed some of their sound from Raven. SLEDGEHAMMER ROCK!!!
  2:03pm wilD nEIL:

Vocals sound a bit like Devo!
  2:03pm miggs:

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  2:08pm G:

The classical piece at the opening before Parallels is the end of the Firebird Suite, which Yes pumped in over the PA to open concerts for many years.
  2:09pm G:

I can almost hear the roots of Asia in this 1976-77 song :-(
  2:14pm G:

"bubble butt man" they call him in the Yes fan community, that dude on the hip gnosis "going for the one" cover
  2:15pm joe:

Bad delivary but good joke LOL
  2:15pm G:

Yes are touring with Styx right now. Anderson wanted to do 2-3 concerts a week on tour, and Howe and squire wanted to do 5 or 6. Eventually they fired him and Squire found the cover band singer on youtube
  2:16pm joe:

  2:17pm uncle dracula:

No Jon Anderson on the new yes album.
  2:19pm wilD nEIL:

Manufacturing=creation of middle class, now dissapearing from western civilization. Shame, really.
  2:20pm G:

Yes, their 2001 album Magnification made no money, so Anderson didn't want to do another CD. That was also an issue between him and the others. The new CD, which came out a month or so ago, redid some old Drama-era Buggles material into an epic suite in the 1970s style. It's sold fairly well, better than their late 90s and early 00s releases.
  2:20pm uncle dracula:

Any earlier recordings pre-Raven?
  2:23pm joe:

Have to agree with John this and Beyond the Wheel were the highlights of the SG shows.
  2:23pm fc:

soundgarden's answer to nothing left inside
  2:30pm joe:

Any chance of maybe getting a Anvil/Raven tour?
  2:37pm joe:

Thanks John and Diane
  2:50pm G:

BTW, FWIW the album for that c. 1977 Parallels track isn't Yessongs (a 1973 triple album) but Yesshows (a late 70s double album).
  2:58pm Stevel:

Stranglers!!! Way to go out of a fantastic set!
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