Back once again with the ill behaviour – It’s West Midlands Hospital Radio! The nation’s number-one medically themed indie rock radio show.
Tonight’s show is one for the heads. We’re leaving affairs of the heart behind us and getting cerebral. That’s right! It’s brain week here at St Vincent’s and we let Pavlov’s dogs out with all sorts of neurological, psychological, sort of logical sounds: Pink Freud, Lisa Lobe, the sound of neuroscience. If that all sounds a bit, well, difficult, I assure you it’s not brain surgery… oh, wait…
I sort of thought that this week’s episode might be a bit bumpy, but I think it’s turned out great. We have 30 absolute melon twisters for you (alright, maybe 28) plus Jokes galore! Midway Metal Madness! Behind the Music! Hot Take! Taillights Fail! Dubious accents! And a little bit of mental health chat.
Parental guidance: Sufjan Stevens (of all people) gets very sweary 35 minutes into the show. Tighten it up Stevens. The rest of the episode is all beeped, but you make your own decision as to whether you want your kids listening to Quiet Riot.
The tracklisting in full
Prince – Let’s Go Crazy
Ozzy Osbourne – Crazy Train
The Avalanches – Frontier Psychiatrist
Therapy – Screamager
Chain and the Gang – If I Only Had a Brain
Bad Brains – The Big Takeover
Buffalo Tom – Birdbrain
Frank Black – Headache
Sufjan Stevens – I Want to Be Well
Suicidal Tendencies – Institutionalized
Yo La Tengo – Season of the Shark
Uncle Tupelo: No Depression
Black Flag: Depression
Madder Rose: Panic On
Quiet Riot – Metal Health
Cannibal Corpse – Scattered Remains, Splattered Brains
Talking Heads – Psycho Killer (live)
Emerson Lake and Palmer – Brain Salad Surgery
Eve (Featuring Gwen Stefani) – Let Me Blow Ya Mind
Self Esteem – The Best
Kape Kanaveral – Anxiety Attack
Guided by Voices – Her Psychology Today
Best Coast – Feeling Okay
Muncie Girls – Clinic
Clinic – The Equalizer
Colleen Green: Things That are Bad for Me Part 1
Black Sabbath: Paranoid
Tiffany: I Think We’re Alone Now
Lana Del Rey – Summertime Sadness
The Television Personalities – Sick Again
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