One Song Each

One Song Each (Side A, Track 7)


On our music & memories show, co-hosts Ill Mac, Joe Fixit, & Diabolu Frank each select a song to discuss, relating facts about its release, its meaning, and how it relates to them anecdotally.


  1. “Yankee Rose” from the 1986 album Eat ‘Em And Smile by David Lee Roth
  2. “Cities in Dust” from the 1986 album Tinderbox by Siouxsie and the Banshees
  3. “Funk #49” from the 1970 album James Gang Rides Again by James Gang

Artists: Diabolu Frank, Illegal Machine, Mister Fixit
Label: Rolled Spine Podcasts
Format: MP3 Digital Download/Streaming
Country: USA
Released: 05 June 2018
Genre: Hard Rock, Alternative Rock, Classic Rock


1 thought on “One Song Each (Side A, Track 7)”

  1. You covered the only two Siouxsie and the Banshees songs I know. I loved the use of “Face to Face” in BATMAN RETURNS so much that I bought the original score soundtrack just to get the song. Little did I know at the time that twenty-five years later I would use the “Finale” track as the theme for my Batman podcast.

    As for the amazing “Cities in Dust”, like Mac, I’ve also heard that song recently and sort of randomly, but also, bizarrely, in connection with another one of my podcasts. Someone built a Spotify playlist inspired by the DC Nu BLACK CANARY series where the main character was lead singer in a band of the same name. I checked out the playlist to see if there were any tracks I’d use in my Flowers and Fishnets/Power of Fishnets podcasts. I don’t remember what else was on the list, but I remember “Cities in Dust” being the standout.


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