Fireball XL5 is the name of an indie-pop show hosted by Frank Seglenieks that for 18 years was on CKMS 100.3 FM Radio Waterloo. However, as a result of a format change in mid-2008, Fireball XL5 is now heard only as a podcast.

Of course I stole the name of the show from the 60s British Supermarionation program, which featured puppets kind of like the movie Team America.

I play alternative music that usually classified as indie-pop with the occasional feature on a particular artist or theme as well as discussions on pop culture topics of the day. I start off each show with the best song that I have heard since the last

Note that the links to shows older than 6 months might not be working, if you really want those shows please send me an email and I can get them to you.

Friday, September 28, 2001

September 28, 2001

Date: September 28/2001
Theme: Mr. Dressup Tribute
On Air: Frank and Michelle

Fireball XL5 Setlist Sep 28/2001

Spookey Ruben - Over and Out (C)
Luther Wright and the Wrongs - One of my Turns (C)
Stompin' Tom - Bridge Came Tumbling Down (C)
The Watchmen - Slomotion (C)
Martin Tielli - That's How They do it Warsaw (C)
TALK (New Orleans Set)
Buckwheat Zydeco - YaYa
Beau Jocque & Zydeco Hi-Rollers - Do it All Night
Clifton Chenier - Zydeco Cha Cha
Beausoliel - Le Chanky-Chank Francais
Cajun Ramblers - Venez a Louisiane (C)
Miles Davis - Woody'N'You
Sonny Boy Williamson - Pontiac Blues
The Wolfgang Press - Going South
Jamiroquai - Twenty Zero One
New Order - Sub-Culture
Blue Man Group - Drumbone
Wild Strawberries - Conch Y Toro (C)
The Moldy Peaches - Who's Got the Crack?
Guided by Voices - Fair Touching
The International Noise Conspiracy - Bigger Cages, Longer Chains
TALK (Tribute to Ernie Coombs, aka Mr. Dressup)
Radio Free Vestibule - Exclusive Interview with Mr. Dressup
They Might be Giants - Put Your Hand Inside the Puppet Head
War Wagon - Dead Soldier (From the Album Finnegan's Tongue)
Lisa Germano - Puppet
Casey Bill Weldon - WPA Blues
Hallelujah Funky Bummer - Mort's Blue Comb (C)
The Benny - Clutter (C)

(C) Denotes Canadian Content

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