On tonight's show we were feeling all shook up as we marked what would have been Elvis' 75th birthday with some truly eye-brow raising and pelvis-swinging versions of some of his hits. There was also chiptune, music from The Herb and much more besides.
In addition to the music, MC Zirconium, our disinformer-in-chief told us about dolphin-people, double Darwin and, praise Xenu, the actual date of the Rapture.
1. Big Mama Thornton: Hound Dog from The Essential Collection
2. Ananda Shankar: His Latest Flame from India Remembers Elvis
3. Frieda Hall: Tico Tico from International Queen of the Keys
4. Brian Hazelby: Smilkino Kola from Travelling Light
5. Hugo Montenegro & His Orchestra: Touch Me from Moog Power
6. Peter Herbolzheimer: Stoned Cockattoo
7. Pérez Prado: Come Back To Sorrento (Torna A Sorrento) from Prez
8. Eilert Pilarm: It's Now or Never fr Best of Elvis
9. Animal Style: Speed Slides from Teletime
10. Fantastic Plastic Machine: I'm Bruce (Dimension 5 Mega Mix) fr Dimension Mix: A Tribute To Dimension 5
11. Wing: Return to Sender from Wing Sings Elvis
12. Werner Mueller: Bossa Nova Baby from Plays Elvis Presley's Greatest Hits
13. Jake Shimabukuro: Mrs. Robinson from Crosscurrent
14. AcaPelvis: Viva las Vegas from Five Voices for the King
15. Alan Haven: You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling from Organ Spectacular
16. Memphis Black: Why Don't You Play The Organ, Man from The In-Kraut
17. Animal Style: Hex Devil from Teletime
18. Dread Zeppelin: I Can't Quit You Baby from Un-Led-Ed
- Polaroid relaunches the OneStep film camera - the PIC 1000
- Darwin Awards won by bungling bank robbers
- Scientists Proclaim: Dolphins are non-human people!
- Australian city of Darwin named 'broken jaw capital of the world'
- Gym in trouble for suggesting that aliens might prefer to stark snacking on fatties and here
- Say it with SHH-OMETHING and here
- Gordon Brown named as GQ worst dressed man
- Mobile phone radiation, it's good for you
- Hovercraft across the Forth could be with us in 18 months and here
- Rapture is set for May 21, 2011
- Children Asked To Predict The Future