The Kitchen Sink embraces the return of Autumn with an exploitation-filled episode celebrating the raunch, the gore, the violence, the occult and hilarity of drive-in movies past.
The Reverend Horton Heat
We've also included audio clips and trailers from some of the drive-in "classics" for good measure.
For those of you old enough to remember the excitement of the drive-in, this episode will either leave you trembling in fear (at how old you are) or laughing hysterically.
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Episode #17. Simply put, this one is all about the rock, all about the roll. The Romantics, Aerosmith, Bill Conti, Herbie Hancock, Twisted Sister, AC/DC, and April Wine are but a few that'll have you eager to step into a pair of quads.
Probably the most fun of all TKS episodes, #16 celebrates the joys of the drive-in movie experience. Comes complete with all the cheesy violence, sex, and exploitation you remember as well as uber-diverse songs by Pete Townshend, The Dickies, Marvin Gaye, PJ Harvey, Frankie & Annette, Hammerbox, and Robert Rodriguez. Trust me on this one!!
Talk about being all over the map. Episode #15 has it all. Winning songs (and numbers) for Les Paul (6), for the annual August (8) Perseid meteor shower (12-14), the (10)th anniversary of my marriage, the (40)th anniversary of Woodstock from the likes of Luscious Jackson, Santana, Earth, Wind & Fire, Jefferson Airplane, the B-52s, CSN and a ton more.
Episode #14 is chock full of songs that just didn't belong. Taken from the reject pile of episodes past, this one is for me. Keith Jackson opens the show with music from The Young Fresh Fellows, The Sisters of Mercy, Cibo Matto, Sky Cries Mary, Television, The Isley Brothers, and Blondie in tow. Easily one of TKS' more eclectic playlist.
Episode #13 examines the ongoing battle between good and evil through song. Yep, this one not only has some of your favorite superhero themes, it also gives some love to the bad guy. Cheap Trick, AC/DC, The Who, XTC, The Temptations and a whole lot more.