You don't have to beat yourself up (they might, though); you can listen to the archive in Real Audio or MP3 formats (fast forward in about an hour). Check Andrew Listfield's playlist to be sure (great job filling in for Pat Duncan last night), but they treated the WFMU audience to 10 ear damaging numbers of Detroit's harshest guitar rock. And here's more reasons why you should listen... They drove straight from Detroit to play WFMU after seeing the Rolling Stones perform on Wednesday night.. Their new record called Friends of Rock & Roll on Reptilian Records kicks ass... That aforementioned record was produced by Detroit veteran Jim Diamond... Their vocalist, John Brannon, is responsible for being the center point of the band that put out the most ferocious hardcore record ever released: Negative Approach's debut 10 track 7" in 1982. His voice is still a force to be reckoned with & Easy Action definitely deserves the attention. Just off a 7-week tour, they picked up a couple of East Coast dates just to play WFMU & will be back in this area again later in the month; check their date listings to be sure. And they LOVED the decor at WFMU; they requested to have their photo taken in front of the DJ Lockers, what's not to like?