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The King Blues On The Rock Sound Podcast

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Rock Sound 7 April at 12.37

The King Blues vocalist Itch is the Rock Sound Podcast's special guest this month!

With a UK tour wrapping up and new album 'Punk and Poetry' due for release soon now seemed like the perfect time for The King Blues frontman Itch to make his debut on the Rock Sound Podcast.

The new episode coincides with Rock Sound Issue 147, if you have not checked out the magazine yet then click here to see Bring Me The Horizon, Parkway Drive, Architects and The Devil Wears Prada on the cover alongside a whole host of quality interviews and exclusive features.

To download the podcast for free click here or listen on the link below (if you don't mind a bit of bad language):



The tracklisting for the podcast is as follows:

The King Blues - We Are Fucking Angry
Guns N' Roses - It's So Easy
Body Count - Necessary Evil
Sex Pistols - Bodies
4 Skins - A.C.A.B. (live)
The King Blues - Mr Music Man
Iron Maiden - Fear Of The Dark
Cypress Hill - Insane In The Brain
Phil Ochs - I Ain't Marching Anymore
Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue
Survivor - Eye Of The Tiger

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