Groove Tomb Playlist: October 28th, 2009

The Strangeloves- I Want Candy

The Cramps- Zombie DAnce

The Symbols- Do the Zombie

The Sonics- Psycho

Sam the Sham and the Pharoahs- Haunted House

Kaiser George and the Hi- Risers- I’m Gonna Haunt You

The Mummies- I’m Gonna Kill My Baby Tonight

The Ghastly ONes- Hangmen HAngten


Alice Cooper- Devil’s Food/Black Widow

Willie Dixon- Evil

Albert Elias- King Kong

Blue Oyster Cult- Godzilla

45 GRave- PArtytime


Round Robin- I’m the Wolf Man

Bob McFadden- The Mummy

Billy DeMarco- Drac’s BAck

Buck Owens- It’s a Monster’s Holiday

Bert Convey- The Monster Hop

The Hollywood Flames- Frankenstein’s Den

Carlos Casal Jr.- Don’t Meet Mr. Frankenstein


Lee Ross- The Mummy’s Bracelet

The Eastsiders- The Mummy’s Monkey

The Misfits- Return of the Fly

The Ramones- Chain Saw

The Registrators- Chain Saw Rock

Gee- Cees- Buzzsaw Twist

Bad Brains- Fearless Vampire Killers

The Mob- Dr. Butcher

G.B.H..- Lycanthropy

The Queer Pills- The Todd Killings


Winelord- Scary Blood

The Mission Creeps- Goo Goo Muck

The Boswell Sisters- Heebie Jeebies

Slaughter and the Dogs- U.F.O.

Sonny Daye- Creature From Outer Space

The Ran-Dells- MArtian Hop

Bob and Jerry- Ghost Satellite



Zacherle- Happy Halloween

Roky Erickson- Creature With the Atom Brain

The Atlantics- War of the Worlds

Bent Bolt and the Nuts- Mechanical MAn

Screamin’ Jay HAwkins- Little Demon

David Seville- Witch Doctor

Bobby Borris Pickett- Monster Mash


The Groove Tomb- Garage. Punk. Horror. Other.

Tuesday Nights 12AM-2AM 

91.3FM KXCI Tucson, Arizona.


Groove Tomb Playlist: October 21st, 2009 

Al Elias- King Kong

Eater- I Don’t Need It

Derek’s Accent- Ain’t Got No Feeling

Sonny Daye- Creature From Outer Space

The Soft Boys- I Wanna Destroy You

Ray Columbus and the Invaders- Yo-Yo

The Hollywood Flames- Frankenstein’s Den

Alice Cooper- Mr. and Misdemeaner


The Pleasure Seekers- What A Way to Die

The Plugz- Infection

Electric Frankenstein- I Was a Punk Before You Were a Punk

The TEddy Boys- Don’t Mess With Me

Morloch- It’s Time You Realised

X- Sex and Dying in High Society          

The Adverts- Bored Teenagers

The Trainspotters- High Rise


The Younger Lovers- Danny

The Lyres- Busy Body

The JAdes- Blue Black HAir

Mann Drake- Vampire’s Ball

The Cramps- Human Fly  

The Ramones- Slug    

JAckie and the Cedrics- Road Race                  

Frank Ballard- Trouble Down the Road


The Pebbles- Look Up at the Sky

Dick St. John- Boogie Man

The Grass- Hoppers- Twin Beat

The Stooges- 1969

The NEatbeats- Do the Global Twist

Bobby Please and the Pleasers- The Monster

The UNdertones- Jump Boys


Thee Headcoats- Troubled Times

The Have Nots- Do It Again

The Starjets- Schooldays

The Modern Lovers- Astral Plane

Eek-A-Mouse- Skidip

Hubble Bubble- Freaks…Out

The Sonics- Maintaining My Cool


Slaughter and the Dogs- Cranked Up Really High

The Buzzcocks- Love You More

The Testors- Together

The Subhumans- Firing Squad

The Gories- For Your Love

DMZ- Barracuda

Jumpin’ Gene Simmons- HAunted House



The Groove Tomb- Garage. Punk. Horror. Other.

Tuesday Nights 12AM-2AM 

91.3FM KXCI Tucson, Arizona.





I love haunted houses. I always wanted to be involved in one. I don’t mean to make fun of this one because it looks really cool, but it’s makes me laugh how all the advertising mentions it’s in an old Linens ‘n Things. Linens ‘n Things actually used to make me pretty uncomfortable without any help at all. I want to open my own haunted house in the beyond part of Bed Bath and Beyond.


 My haunted house would be walking around a Linens ‘N Things attempting to find something, never finding it and never getting out.





I have been doing more readings recently. I used to never get stage fright when playing in bands, but there is something about having a guitar in front of you when you are standing in front of people that makes it easier to stomach. Knowing that people hate poetry and the fact that I seem to rub people the wrong way makes me extremely self-conscious. I discovered that drinking heavily takes the edge off. I’m pretty drunk right now, and home early on a saturday night on the computer. Pretty pathetic, I guess. But I feel pretty good about continuing to get up there. I want to improve my public speaking.  

I saw two excellent documentaries last weekend at the Tucson Film and Music Festival. One was called Dig Comics and the other was called I Need That Record. Dig Comics is a documentary about the decline in America’s interest in comic books and I Need That Record is a documentary about the dismantling of record stores. Both were engaging and well researched. Besides being a great doc, I Need That Record had some awesome collage animation in it. These films are really worth seeing if you get the chance.  

Both have websites:



I got a chance to email a few questions to the director of Dig Comics. That interview is up at Off the Marquee. If you get a chance, take a look. I also put up a list of seven of my favorite horror remakes in time for Halloween. If you think of any great horror remakes I missed, drop me a line.

Issue #52 of  Razorcake is out. I have some record reviews in this one. Plus there is an interview with Lilly Tomlin. I love her. The Cake is always worth supporting. 

Thanks to Keegan Rider and The Living Room for putting on an awesome poetry reading tonight. I’m always psyched to have an opportunity to read in front of people.



The Halloween show is on its way. This year, it’ll be on October 28th, just before Halloween. Loads of monster singles, novelty tunes and horror bands. When I started the Groove Tomb, my goal was to make every week a little like Halloween, but after a while, I felt like I was plating the same songs over and over again. Now I’ve saved it all up, and all the comps and ghoul themed madness is coming out. 



Groove Tomb Playlist: October 14th, 2009

Hubble Bubble- Big Star Rolling

The RAmones- Rock and ROll High School

The NEw York Dolls- Pills

The Sons of ADam- Baby, Show the World

The Woggles- Johnny Come Lately

Eddie and the Hot Rods- All You Need is Money

The Pretty Things- Baron Saturday


Bobby “Boris” Pickett- Monster Mash

The Cramps- Zombie Dance

The Buzzcocks- Boredom

The Wipers- Is This Real?

The Zeros- Beat Your Heart Out

Death- Freakin’ Out


The REgistrators- Angry Days

The Zero Boys- Drive IN

The Germs- Lexicon Devil

The Minutemen- One Big Lounge Scene

The Replacements- Customer

The Stooges- No Fun

The Hondells- Little Honda


The Carrie Nations- Look ON Up

The Strangeloves- I Want Candy

The Insects- The Girl That Sits There

The Resonars- Black Breath

The Box Elders- Isabella

The Younger Lovers- Danny

Andre Williams- Going Down to Tio Joana

Man… or Astroman? Terminal Velocity


Jay Reatard- See/Saw

Black Flag- Spray Paint the Walls

The Misfits- Queen Wasp

Bikini Kill- Finale

The Rocking Vicars- I Go Ape

The B52s- Planet Claire

Screaming Jay HAwkins- Little DEmon


DAvid Bowie- Speed of Life

T.S.O.L.- Red Shadows

Public Image Limited- Public IMage

Digital LEather- Fool’s Heart Mechanism

Richard Hell- Time



The Groove Tomb- Garage. Punk. Horror. Other.

Tuesday Nights 12AM-2AM 

91.3FM KXCI Tucson, Arizona.




 Groove Tomb Playlist: October 7th, 2009

Eater- You

The Younger LOvers Danny

The A Bones- Shallow Grave

The MOdern Lovers- Roadrunner

Nobunny- Tina Goes to Work

The Kinks- ‘Till the End of the Day

The Box Elders- Jackie Wood


Thee Mighty Ceasars- Searching High and Low

Ron Thompson- Switchblade

The Shirks- D.C. is DOomed

The Fanatics- I WIll Not Be Lonely

The Keystones- I Was a Teenage Monster

The Cockney Rejects- Flares ‘n Slippers

Scream- CAme Without Warning

The NEcros- Count Me OUt

Fleetwood Mac- Someone’s Gonna Get Their Head Kicked IN Tonight


The Kids- Rock Over Belgium

The Plugz- Infection

The Modernettes- Barbra

The HAve Nots- Leave It Alone

The Younger Lovers- Hot Lights

The Customs- Bad News

The Damned- Testify

The Ramones- We’re a Happy Family

Mika Miko- Tighty Liberace


Bunny Wailer- Fighting Against Conviction

Andre Williams- Tossin’ and Turnin’

Sir Douglas Quintet- Quarter to Three

Billy Taylor- Wambie Zombie

The Stooges- T.V. Eye

Winelord- Cheetah Boy

Fear- Hoochie Coochie Man

Black Flag- Fix Me

MOtorhead- Ace of Spades


The Germs- What We Do is Secret

The 5, 6, 7, 8s- Woo Hoo

The Chips- Rubber Biscuit

Charlie Feathers- That Certain Female

Hubble Bubble- Freaks…OUt


CH.3- I Got a Gun

Mad Mike and the Maniacs-The Hunch

The Middle Class- Out of Vogue

The Plimsouls- The Oldest Story in the World

Joy Division- Shadowplay


The Bar- KAys- Midnight Cowboy

Eek-A-Mouse- Skidip


The Groove Tomb- Garage. Punk. Horror. Other.

Tuesday Nights 12AM-2AM 

91.3FM KXCI Tucson, Arizona.




My last night at De Anza Drive-In

A constellation of discarded jalapeños litter the ground in front of three cola cups standing at attention waiting for the next to the last movie ever to be shown at De Anza Drive-In to start. The theater is closing two years short of its sixtieth birthday and the word being passed around is that developers are already interested in putting down another strip mall. The ticket taker told us that lines had been around the block for the early shows and Pandorum, a moderately entertaining sci-fi thriller, will be starting late. Having snaked through the aisles with our headlights out during the end of District 9, we were lucky to find a perfect spot in front of the screen. Accidentally seeing the end of a movie you didn’t come to see is a common occurrence at the drive it. As Pandorum begins, people snuff joints and abandon the scattered islands of concrete littering the parking lot. Science fiction is particularly appealing at the drive in, as is rum, cola and pretzels. Heavy drinking can make the most intolerable movies entertaining, but tonight it becomes hard to concentrate as milestones begin to play out in secession. The fences blocking the entrance go up. The lights at the ticket booth go out. A crucial moment of dialogue is replaced by the announcement that the snack bar will close “in ten minutes.” As Jupiter makes its way across the sky, one by one the other screens go black. Pandorum wraps, and except for a few people needing jump starts, another precession of Saturday night patrons file out with their lights off to be considerate of those still watching the last show with any life left. Leaning on the back of the truck, I turn away from a depressing string of post-screening previews for movies that will never be shown at De Anza and catch a few minutes of Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds with no sound. Jump-starting a friend’s car is an excuse to spend a few more minutes hanging around as the end of an era passes. As a kid, I always used to perk up on car trips when we passed a drive in, acutely attentive only for the hope of a glance at a screen as we drove by. Nowadays, snobbery and extensive discussions are generally a factor in my movie going experiences. Sitting under the stars for the last night at De Anza, 108 minutes of Dennis Quaid in a space suit was all I needed.  

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