MV5BNjg4MjIzOTE0M15BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMDcxMTc1OA@@._V1._SY314_CR45,0,214,314_During the Monday, July 22nd edition of KCSB’s music-and-cultural-arts program “The Freak Power Ticket,” host Ted Coe took a trip back to the Reagan-’80s, paying tribute to filmmaker Alex Cox‘s 1984 punk satire, Repo Man, which was shot in Los Angeles 30 years ago this summer.

repo-manSpecial guest Steve Nelson, Repo Man‘s “production sound mixer” (sound man) and Cox’s friend at UCLA’s film school, shared stories and personal anecdotes about the cult-classic film that simply won’t go away. (Also worth noting, Nelson is married to UCSB Professor of Film & Media Studies Janet Walker.)

The two-hour program also featured songs from the motion-picture soundtrack, covers, film trailers, dialogue clips, deleted scenes, and more.

Now, you can listen to a podcast/stream of the edited show by clicking on the player below.

“The Freak Power Ticket” airs on Mondays in the Summer from 10am-12Noon.