Episode 9 We’re All On Guard This Time Against The Final Solution

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Welcome to Episode 9 of the Noize Faktory. Our audience continues to grow. Please feel free to send comments and requests to pete@thenoizefaktory.com, and if you want to be on the show, send me your message in an MP3 format.

Hour one kicks off with a couple of great rarities, a track from Badlands’ 3rd and final album Dusk, that was never officially released in the US, and a bootleg of an unreleased Brother Cane song from the Seeds sessions. I go back to the early years of Def Leppard for a track from High N’ Dry, then wrap the hour with a few new tracks from Mach 22, Deep Purple, and Slash. We also have a killer new track from Savatage mastermind Jon Oliva’s new solo CD Raise The Curtain, my new CD of the week.

Got some more great new music in hour two from Todd Kerns, Twenty Two Hundred, Alice in Chains, and Pat Travers. We also have some great tracks from The Smithereens, Union, Motorhead, Faith No More, Cactus and the Rival Sons.

Hour 3 launches with another new song from Queensryche, “Where Dreams Go To Die”, and a few fun covers from Glenn Hughes and Jake E. Lee, and Whitesnake. We also have a new tune from The Temperance Movement, along with songs from Rainbow, Focus, Free, and Taddy Porter. And in grand humorous fashion we close the show with Tuff’s “American Hairband”, their parody of Kid Rock’s “American Badass”.