Sarah Burke hosts the Weekend Top 10 Saturday & Sunday at 6pm
This Week: FM96 Top Blue Jays Top 10
- #1 Monster Truck Don’t Tell Me How To Live
- #2 Monster Truck *BONUS* Sweet Mountain River Unplugged
- #3 Nirvana And I Love Her
- #4 Matthew Good Army of Lions
- #5 City and Colour Wasted Love
- #6 The Sheepdogs I’m Gonna Be Myself
- #7 Eagles of Death Metal Complexity
- #8 Metric Lie Lie Lie
- #9 The Dead Weather I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)
- #10 Iron Maiden Speed of Light
#1 Monster Truck - Don't Tell Me How to Live
Monster Truck will release their new album after months of hard work in early 2016. Jer & Steve dropped by the studio this week to talk about the record and tease us, fast forward to about.
#2 Monster Truck - Sweet Mountain River Unplugged
Consider this a bonus track for this Top 10 – Monster Truck doing an oldie but a goodie, how you’ve never heard Monster Truck before…unplugged!
#3 Nirvana - And I Love Her
You remember the film Montage of Heck by Director Brett Morgen based on the life of Kurt Cobain. A collection of songs from the tapes he found appear on The Home Recordings released through Universal Music.
The album will be released on CD, cassette, and digital formats on November 13. It will be released on 2xLP on December 4, the same day the “And I Love Her” b/w “Sappy” (Early Demo) 7″ will be released. A 13-track standard edition and 31-track deluxe edition will be available.
According to a press release, Montage of Heck: The Home Recordings contains song snippets, demos, “musical experiments,” and material that eventually ended up on Nirvana albums. (Yes, including a comedy routine.) It will be followed on December 4 by the previously rumored “And I Love Her” b/w “Sappy” (Early Demo) 7″.
Montage of Heck will be released on Blu-ray and DVD on November 13. A “super deluxe” Blu-ray/DVD package will include the documentary, the 31-track soundtrack on CD and cassette, 48 minutes of ancillary interviews, a 160-page book of interviews and images from the Cobain archives, a movie poster, postcards, bookmark, and a puzzle.
Here is my interview with Director Brett Morgen:
#4 Matthew Good - Army of Lions
Matthew Good released Chaotic Neutral September 25th and here is a preview of the song Army of Lions. He plays the London Music Hall December 15th and you can get tickets here: http://www.fm96.com/events/26458
#5 City and Colour - Wasted Love
City and Colour just released If I Should Go Before You and this is the first single:
#6 The Sheepdogs - I‘m Gonna Be Myself
The Sheepdogs just released Future Nostalgia on October 2nd. Bassist Ryan Gullen spoke to me about the record:
We’ve been playing the track ‘Downtown’ and here’s the second single off the record:
#7 Eagles of Death Metal - Complexity
The new Eagles of Death Metal record is Zipper Down and here’s the first single, Complexity:
#8 Metric - Lie Lie Lie
Metric’s new album is titled Pagans in Vegas and the second single is Lie Lie Lie. Here’s lead guitarist Jimmy Shaw talking about the new record and song:
#9 The Dead Weather - I Feel Love (Every Million Miles)
The Dead Weather ft. Alison Mosshart, Jack White, Dean Fertita and Jack Lawrence released Dodge and Burn this September. Here’s the first single:
#10 Iron Maiden - Speed of Light
Iron Maiden just released Book of Souls and the single Speed of Light. John Derringer from our brother station Q107 in Toronto sat down with Bruce Dickonson to talk about the new music and the upcoming world tour, see below.