28 May 2022 (What’s This Metal V: Everyday Is Sabbath Day)

Doom is in the news to such a huge degree that the best your host could do was echo it. We will return to experimental music across genres next week and instead focus on the heavy stuff this show. Classic Metal, NWOBHM, Doom, Proto-Metal, Proto-Black Metal, Japanese Punk Metal, and LOTS OF SABBATH. Thanks to Ryan A. Ray for his help engineering and making sure the WTC speakers didn’t blow.


  1. Venom “Witching Hour” [Welcome to Hell]
  2. Iron Maiden “2 Minutes to Midnight – 2015 Remaster” [Powerslave (2015 – Remaster)]
  3. Boris “She is burning” [She is burning]
  4. Aragorn “Black Ice” [The Neat Singles Collection: Vol. One]
  5. Slough Feg “New Organon” [New Organon]
  6. Death Wish “Demon Preacher ” [NWOBHM New Wave of British Heavy Metal]
  7. Black Sabbath “Sabbath Bloody Sabbath – 2014 Remaster” [Sabbath Bloody Sabbath (2014 Remaster)]
  8. Black Sabbath “Megalomania – 2013 Remaster” [Sabotage (2014 Remaster)]
  9. Black Sabbath “E5150 – 2021 Remaster” [Mob Rules (Deluxe Edition)]
  10. Black Sabbath “The Mob Rules – 2021 Remaster” [Mob Rules (Deluxe Edition)]
  11. Black Sabbath “Trashed – 2004 Remaster” [Born Again (2004 Remaster)]
  12. Fleetwood Mac “The Green Manalishi” [Men of the World: The Early Years]
  13. Judas Priest “Sinner” [The Essential Judas Priest]
  14. Therion “Son of the Staves of Time” [Gothic Kabbalah]
  15. Sweet Savage “Killing Time” [Killing Time]
  16. Helloween “Back Against The Wall” [Rabbit Don’t Come Easy]
  17. Raven “Crazy World” [Rock Until You Drop]
  18. Motörhead “Dead Men Tell No Tales” [Bomber (Expanded Edition)]
  19. Blind Guardian “Valkyries” [At the Edge of Time]
  20. Blitzkrieg “Blitzkrieg – 1980 Demo” [The Boys from Brazil Street: The Archives, Vol. 1]
  21. Accept “Stalingrad” [Stalingrad]
  22. Metallica “The Four Horsemen (Remastered)” [Kill ‘Em All (Remastered)]
  23. Atomic Rooster “Death Walks Behind You” [Death Walks Behind You]
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About Ricardo Wang

I began doing Public/Community/College radio at KUGS FM in Bellingham, WA in 1985 and was there until 1987. I spent 10 years at KAOS FM in Olympia, WA from 1993-2003 including a one year stint as Music Director. During that entire time, I did the What's This Called? program, at times for as long as 6 hours in a single night! The show ran at KPSU in Portland, from 2005 to 2018. I've been happily at Freeform Portland since October of 2018 and loving every second at this exciting freeform station! I started the Olympia Experimental Music Festival in 1995 and have been playing music off and on in the Dead Air Fresheners since 1997.

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