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May 20, 2017

Ralph Mexico plays the hour long set that soundtracked Donald Trump’s first trip to the moon.

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April 18, 2017

Ralph Mexico is a cad and a bounder. His radio show is an orgy of cosmic dusty shellacs. Turn on, tune in, drop the pilot.

Listen to Ralph Mexico play some random mix cassettes he stole from the coffins of Alan Lomax and Zsa Zsa Gabor.

Listen to Ralph Mexico play random songs that could save your life if your life needs saving.

Listen to Ralph Mexico play random songs that earned him the title of “The Superstar DJ’s Superstar DJ” in Superstar DJ College.

Ralph Mexico plays random songs that earned him the title of “The Superstar DJ’s Superstar DJ” in Superstar DJ College.

Listen to Ralph Mexico play randomly brilliant songs in a brilliantly random way.

‘Random Bursts of Listen to Ralph Mexico play randomly brilliant songs in a brilliantly random way.

‘Random Bursts of Wonderfulness #1’: Listen to Ralph Mexico play an esoteric selection of gems.  The only thing you’ll be certain to hear on the show is “There’s a fax in here from the nuns in Clonakilty convent…”

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February 11, 2017

Transmission: ‘1984’ Listen to Ralph Mexico play top tunage from the year Orwell wrote about, Bowie sang about and Frankie Goes To Hollywood made t-shirts about.

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February 4, 2017

Death: Listen to Ralph Mexico play tunes from Croak Park, the field of death.  A happy death is guaranteed for all.

“Let’s bow down to Motown” Listen to Ralph Mexico play the sonic perfection that is the Motown songbook.

“My Desert Island Disc”. Listen to Ralph play his D.I.D Electrical special. It’s a corking album with a number in it’s title. “7 & The Ragged Tiger”? “16 Lover’s Lane”? “18 ‘Til I Die”?

“What’s So Funny ’bout Peace, Love & Understanding? Merry Christmas, Everyone!” Listen to Ralph Mexico spin the finest xmas songs ever. They come from two albums; neither of which feature Mel Smith and Kim Wilde.


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