Pop-Punk Ain't (All) Junk, Part 2

Back in September, we presented the first in a pair of shows that were designed as a mini-defense of "classic" 1990s pop-punk - a genre that is justifiably much-maligned, though when you scratch the surface there's actually quite a bit of good music to be found underneath your Blink 182's and Offspring's and Sum 41's. We called the series Pop-Punk Ain't (All) Junk.

Here's the playlist for Part 2 of Pop-Punk Ain't (All) Junk, which was broadcast on Wednesday, December 17, 2014:

Lifetime - "Irony is For Suckers"
Down By Law - "Punk As Fuck"
Face to Face - "You've Done Nothing"
The Vandals - "And Now We Dance"
Big Drill Car - "No Need"
Seaweed - "Squint"
Avail - "Model"
Texas is the Reason - "Back and to the Left"
The Promise Ring - "Red Paint"
Jimmy Eat World - "Your New Aesthetic"
The Weakerthans - "Confessions of a Futon-Revolutionist"
Tilt - "White Homes"
Fastbacks - "Hung On a Bead Peg"
The Muffs - "Big Mouth"
Red Aunts - "Sleeping in the Wet Spot"
Discount - "Clap and Cough"
Bikini Kill - "Rebel Girl"
Propagandhi - "The Only Good Fascist is a Very Dead Fascist"
F.Y.P. - "Toss My Cookies"
Scared of Chaka - "Chickenshit"
Young Pioneers - "Food Stamps"
Leatherface - "I Want the Moon"
Hot Water Music - "Trademark"
Fifteen - "Someday"
Pansy Division - "Fem in a Black Leather Jacket"
Fluf - "If I Could Feel Good"

Archived streaming audio of this show can be heard here now (playable in Chrome, Firefox, Explorer, Opera, and Safari browsers):

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