Underground Garage

Discussion in 'Decades, Pop, Rock' started by styckx, Nov 15, 2008.

  1. styckx

    styckx Member


    This gift from Sirius is amazing. Is quickly becoming my favorite channel ever. This is a fucking jem of a channel.
  2. Road Hog

    Road Hog Member

    I agree - Underground Garage is great.

    It's too bad you aren't given a chance to see how great Disorder was also.

    Those were the two most original, best programmed, channels on Sirius.
  3. Ifandorbut

    Ifandorbut Well-Known Member

    I agree. Those were my two favorite music channels as well. I tried to get into Spectrum, but there's way too much Dave Matthews and Counting Crows for me to want to listen to it ever again. I still Underground Garage, though.:cool:

    Sirius should develop a smilie that wears a doo-rag in tribute to Little Steven.:p
  4. The new #1 on my preset!!!:D
  5. JoeTan

    JoeTan Well-Known Member

    Songs you NEVER knew the artist of and would have been VERY WRONG if you had guessed! Amazing how many songs I thought were the beatles. NOPE.
  6. edalen

    edalen Member

    As a dual sub, I've loved Underground Garage -- and now that it's on XM, it sounds better on my system. A double-win for me.
  7. goreds2

    goreds2 Well-Known Member

    I like the channel also. I just heard them give a promo saying you can be a member of the underground garage. ($50 - kind of expensive ?)

    LSUG membership
  8. HCLogo

    HCLogo Member

    I'm happy just listening. One of my top 3 presets and has been since I first got my sub.:bigthumbup:
  9. UncleScam

    UncleScam Member

    an incredible channel for sure - 50 years of great rock 'n roll. it simply can't be beat.

    the little steven hour-long segments are great, and make sure to catch the "breakfast with the beatles" show (played twice on sundays).
  10. xan_user

    xan_user Banned

    :bigthumbup: Miss disorder in a BIG way.
  11. Bandit 5160

    Bandit 5160 Member

    A lot of The Beatles on UG lately.
  12. leth

    leth Member

    Same with Classic Vinyl; I heard like 3 beatles songs in a row just 10 mins ago.

    But yes, Underground Garage is excellent. One of our local terrestrial statons (Q107 in Toronto) plays the syndicated show every Sunday night .. and now that I switched to satrad, I get to hear the less-known goodies on a daily basis. It's a great change from all the standard classic rock songs that you've heard a million times over.
  13. HCLogo

    HCLogo Member

    I used to love listening to Q on Sunday nights as well! Now I get to listen whenever I want :bigthumbup:
  14. leth

    leth Member

    Sunday Afternoons with Andy Frost were excellent too, he's got one of those voices and cool attitudes you never forget .. too bad Q107 is terrible for commercials ("only 2 minutes or less until the music returns" they brag .. except it would go to commercial again after 2 songs) .. hense why I ended up breaking down and getting satrad .. now I'm happy :)

    If there were two people I could choose to have on satrad, first is Andy Frost and second is Charles Adler (political-type talkshow host in Manitoba, very unique and interesting personality .. he's the only thing I go back to terrestrial for)
  15. HCLogo

    HCLogo Member

    I wouldn't mind Derringer in the morning either. That's the only reason I occasionally jump over to terrestrial. Got any suggestions for a new morning show on SiriusXM? (not stern)
  16. leth

    leth Member

    So far I'm disappointed with the talk shows on Sirius. I spent my first week with Sirius trying to find a morning show I like, but no luck .. now I just listen to music.

    Eventually I hope to find something I enjoy and will setup to record (now that I think about it, I should record some of the CBC stuff .. IDEAS and As It Happens are fairly good shows if you want something to think about.) Stern doesn't really interest me; not sure why, I used to listen to him on Q107 back in 1997 before Derringer started.
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  17. HCLogo

    HCLogo Member

    Thanks, I'll check those out!
  18. goreds2

    goreds2 Well-Known Member

    Little Steven's Top 50 of the '00s
    Fri., 01/01 @ 11am ET Other Shows Air: Fri., 01/01@ 3 pm & 7 pm ET.
    Underground Garage | SIRIUS 25; XM 59

    Little Steven counts down his “Top 50 of the Decade.†It begins during his first “session†of the New Year and he continues to reveal his choices on each of his three hourly programs until he gets to the “# 1 Song of the 2000’sâ€. A sneak peak at the list shows selections from the White Stripes, Cocktail Slippers, U2 and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. (1 hr)
  19. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor


    Django Unchained Track-by-Track
    Tonight @ 8pm
    Quentin Tarantino takes you track-by-track through the soundtrack to "Django Unchained." Hear how he chose the music and its significance to the film. Replays: Sunday 12/16 @ 4 pm ET and Tuesday @ 12/18 11am ET
  20. SIRIUSaboutXM

    SIRIUSaboutXM DRC Special Contributor


    If you like eclectic, you'll love this! His musical preferences have always been that way and influence his movies directly. Prepare yourself for 90 minutes like never before heard even for the Garage!

    Luis Bacalov- Django
    Ennio Morricone- The Braying Mule
    Luis Bacalov- Lo Chiamavano King
    Anthony Hamilton- Freedom
    Luis Bacalov- La Corsa
    Jim Croce- I Got A Name
    Riziero Ortolani- Day of Anger
    Rick Ross- 100 Black Coffins
    Jerry Goldsmith- Nicaragua
    Ennio Morricone- Sister Sara's Theme
    Elisa Toffoli- Ancora Qui
    James Brown- Unchained (The Payback/Untouchable)
    John Legend- Who Did That To You?
    Brother Dege- Too Old To Die Young
    Ennio Morricone- Un Monumento
    Annibale E I Cantori Moderni- Trinity/ Titoli
    RZA- Ode To Django (The D is Silent)

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