Wednesday, April 29, 2009


It's only fitting that on the last day of Less iPod, More Jukebox ever we have a pandemic on our hands! The loyal listeners will know that your loyal host is terrified of disease of any sort, and this is no different. So along with the latest and greatest in classic rock, you'll get your up to the minute pandemic update.


Led Zeppelin // Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
Audioslave // Show Me How to Live
Queen // Don't Stop Me Now
Pearl Jam // Alive
Red Hot Chili Peppers // Easily
The Beach Boys // California Girls
Bob Marley // Stir It Up
CCR // Fortunate Son
Aerosmith // Crazy
Bruce Springsteen // Badlands
Metallica // Hero of the Day
U2 // City of Blinding Lights
Laura Nyro // Eli's Coming
Billy Joel // Don't Ask Me Why
Bush // Glycerine
The Beatles // While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Rolling Stones // Sympathy for the Devil

Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Earth Day Show

Less iPod More Jukebox didn't have to go green for Earth Day, since we're already a paperless operation, but we did have to go BIG for the semester's second to last show. Here's the environmentally conscious playlist for today. (No trees were harmed in the making of this blog)

Grateful Dead // Truckin
Eve 6 // Inside Out
Buffalo Springfield // For What It's Worth
Ozzy Osbourne// Crazy Train
Tommy Tutone // 867-5309
311 // Come Original
ZZ Top // La Grange
U2 // City of Blinding Lights
Don Henley // All She Wants to do is Dance
Sublime // Santeria
Sponge // Plowed
Queens of the Stone Age // Go With the Flow
Metallica // The Memory Remains
Meat Loaf // I'd Do Anything For Love
Jimmy Buffett // Margaritaville
Goldfinger // More Today Than Yesterday
Blue Oyster Cult // Don't Fear the Reaper

Wednesday, April 15, 2009


It's April 15th, and after a long lay-off due to NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS and things of that nature, the Jukebox is back! Expect to see audio clips from the April 1 show very soon, and enjoy tonight's show, on NOW (6-8) at

Here's the LIVE playlist!

Van Morrison -- Brown Eyed Girl
Led Zeppelin -- Ramble On
Epic -- Faith No More
Def Leppard -- Pour Some Sugar on Me

The B.U. Hockey Block! Congrats on a crazy season
Journey -- Don't Stop Believing
Green Day -- Holiday
Queen -- I Want it All
Europe -- The Final Countdown

Bon Jovi -- (PIRATES) Wanted

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Reality TV Sucks, The Hobey Baker Debate, and Rod Stewart's Deadbeat Son

Another exciting week of the jukebox is in the books, and as always, we exceeded expectations.

First on the show, the jukebox heroes talked about the beautiful spring weather that has finally landed on Boston.

3-25 Show Open - Phil DiMartino

Next up, Phil broached the always dangerous topic of reality TV by calling out America's Next Top Model. Is the show a clown-fest, as Phil asserts, or is Stephanie right in saying it's a quality prime time destination? Hear the results of the heated debate!

Reality TV Sucks! - Phil DiMartino

After that, Phil and special guest Zach Stone debated which BU Hockey Star should be the winner of College Hockey's Most prestigious prize, the Hobey Baker award. It's Matt Gilroy vs. Colin Wilson! It's Zach vs. Phil! Check it out!

Matt Gilroy vs. Colin Wilson - Phil Dimartino

Next up, the reality TV show theme continued. After lamenting the lack of classic rock news, the DJs discussed Sean Stewart, son of Rod, who recently went on a reality TV court show and trashed his pops. Hear the rest of the story now!

Sean Stewart - Phil DiMartino

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

3-25 Playlist

The jukebox is live blogging again, bringing you tonight's playlist!

Call us at 617 353 6400 with requests!

311 // Amber
Weezer // Beverly Hills
Sublime // What I Got
Bob Marley // One Love
The Animals // House of the Rising Sun
The Ataris // The Boys of Summer
David Bowie // Ziggy Stardust
Santana // Oye Como Va
Queen // I Want it All
Bon Jovi // Living on a Prayer
Bruce Chanel // Hey Baby
Europe // The Final Countdown
The Scorpions // Rock You Like a Hurricane
Lost Prophets // Last Train Home
Foreigner // Urgent
Kenny Loggins // I'm Alright
Rod Stewart // Maggie May
Whitesnake // Here I Go Again on my Own
AC/DC // Thunder Struck

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Intern Take-Over!

The interns will be dominating the show for the first time ever on March 18th!

Less Phil, More Interns!

Enjoy as Adrienne and Steph grab the bull by the horns for their first time alone on-air.

Make sure to call up and harass them at 617-353-6400 or shoot them an IM at wtburadiodj


Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Spring Break!

Less iPod is on vacation, along with it's hosts, all over the country!

Don't fret! The jukebox will return to action on March 18th.

In the meantime, feel free to enjoy all the archives available right here on THE BLOG!!

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Midterms, How The Stones Saved Metallica, Quickie Jobs, and Spring Breakin'

Another glorious edition of the jukebox hit the airwaves, with the DJs talking about everything from music, to jobs, to spring break

First on the docket this week, the DJs talked about the hell that is College Midterm week. WTBU legend Zach Stone joined Phil in studio to try and help relieve the stress.

Pressure! - Phil DiMartino

Later on, the Jukebox heroes discussed a story about the saving grace that is the Rolling Stones. Apparently, the Stones talked Metallica out of a break-up, mystery date style. Hear the DJs give their take on this bizarre story.

Rolling Metallica - Phil DiMartino

After that, Adrienne and Phil chatted about Quickie jobs, and whether or not they are worth the trouble. One LIMJ intern reveals how she got paid to sleep! Talk about a get rich quick scheme!

Quickie Jobs - Phil DiMartino

Later on, the DJs discussed their plans for the glorious entity that is Spring Break! Listen to the big-time plans of the rich and famous.

Spring Breakin - Phil DiMartino

March 4 Playlist

Green Day // Basketcase
Meatloaf // Paradise By The Dashboard Light
Sublime // Doin' Time
Metallica // Sad But True (Live)
Guns 'N' Roses // Welcome To The Jungle
Dispatch // The General
Audioslave // Show Me How To Live
The Who // Who Are You
Van Halen // Panama
Mighty Mighty Bosstones // The Impression that I Get
The Killers // Mr. Brightside
Goldfinger // Superman
Gin Blossoms // Hey Jealousy
The Rolling Stones // Satisfaction
Queen // Don't Stop Me Now
The Allman Brothers // Ain't Wastin' Time No More

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Letterman and Conan all knotted up!

The latest poll pitted four late night talk show gurus against each other. The winner? Well, we can't always get what we want, and in this instance, we couldn't settle the debate between the standard in the 11:30 slot, and the newcomer.

David Letterman and Conan O'Brien split the votes, right down the middle, 50-50.

I guess we'll have to wait for the first batch of ratings to see the real winner!

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Bono Digs Spidey, Radiohead gets Radio Ripped, and Pearl Jam Cashes in on Ten Again

This week on The Jukebox your awesome DJs talked about the upcoming Spiderman musical entitled Turn Off the Dark. Bono and his U2 crew are writing original music and lyrics for the show. Listen to the jukebox heroes discuss just how bad this show will suck, and why on earth U2 would ever hitch their wagon to this.

Spidey and U2 - Phil DiMartino

Next, the Jukebox heroes talked about Pearl Jam's epic re-release of Ten. Are they scamming fans? Are they really just trying to give die-hards more content? Should we now hate Pearl Jam? What to do?!? We answer all of those questions right here!

Pearl Jam re-releases Ten - Phil DiMartino

After that, the crew went on to discuss Robert Smith's tongue lashing of Radiohead. Mr. Makeup doesn't think that bands should be giving away their music. Radiohead likes giving their stuff away! Let the battle begin!

The Cure Hates Free Music - Phil DiMartino

Remember the Barenaked Ladies? Those clever dudes who made a million dollars singing about hypothetically having such an amount of money? Well aside from making children's music, they haven't been in the news much lately.....UNTIL NOW!! Find out what split the band up, and which one of them is on drugs! (It's Steven Page!)

barenaked druggies - Phil DiMartino
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