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March 26, 2007: Tonight! We Dine! In Hell!

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Artist Track Album Comments New Approx. start time
Alice Cooper  Hello Hooray   The Life and Crimes of Alice Cooper 
  0:00:00 )
Julian Cope  Kolly Kibber's Birthday   Christ Versus Warhol 

Stuff from 82-83
  0:04:00 )
Berlin  The Metro    

Streamed from YouTube. Sorry for the crap sound quality, but WFMU doesn't have this record and I really wanted to hear this tonight.
  0:08:49 )
Honolulu Mountain Daffodils  Psychic Hitlist Victim No. 8   Spacelines: Sonic Sounds for Subterraneans - A DJ Selection by Sonic Boom  compilation    0:12:41 )
Amon Tobin w/ the Kronos Quartet  Bloodstone   Foley Room 
*   0:16:34 )
Guther  Taglieben   Marke B03: Berlin Labels  kompilation    0:20:36 )
Killdozer  Knuckles the Dog (Who Helps People)   Uncompromising War on Art Under the Dictatorship of the Proletariat 
  0:24:25 )
Sir Lord Baltimore  Master Heartache   Kingdom Come      0:36:17 )
Entrance  Grim Reaper Blues   Prayer of Death    *   0:40:41 )
Trembling Blue Stars  Haunted Days   Alive to Every Smile 
  0:45:06 )
Emperor Penguin  Magma Nights   A Sense of Where we Are 

  0:48:49 )
Slant 6  Nights x9   Soda Pop Rip-Off 

Photo by Pat Graham
  0:54:03 )
The Shirts  Tell Me Your Plans   The Shirts  By request    0:55:33 )
Palomar  How to Beat Dementia   All Things, Forests 
*   0:58:43 )
Rock-a-Teens  Rockabilly Ghetto   Cry 
  1:11:11 )
Blues Section  Cherry Cupcake Twist   Psychedelic Phinland: Finnish Hippie and Underground Music 1967-1974 2xCD  compilation  *   1:14:07 )
The Art Ensemble of Chicago  Theme de Yoyo   Les Stances a Sophie 
  1:17:55 )
Radio Zumbido  La Mexican Cornershop   Pequeno Transistor de Feria    *   1:26:57 )
Jesters of Destiny  Fortunate Son   In a Nostalgic Mood      1:29:33 )
Skipworth & Turner  Thinking About Your Love   Good Times 3 2xCD 

  1:34:21 )
Madness  One Step Beyond   One Step Beyond      1:39:55 )
Heart  Magic Man   Dreamboat Annie 

Click here for video of WFMU DJs soiling themselves for the webcam during the marathon's grand finale! (Including yours truly, who proudly butchered this Heart song for pledge dollars.)
  1:42:15 )
Unrest  Cath Carroll   Perfect Teeth 
  1:55:31 )
Saint Vitus  Clear Windowpane   Heavier Than Thou 2xLP 
  1:58:40 )
Quicksand  East 3rd St.   Manic Compression 
  2:02:09 )
The Frantic Elevators  Everyday I Die   D-I-Y Do It Yourself 

*   2:06:07 )
The Native Hipsters  Larry's Coming Back   7" 
  2:07:35 )
(Unknown Artist)  (Unknown Title -- Track 8)   Shimauta Pops in the 60s-70s  Okinawan pop comp, sorry, no English tracklisting!  *   2:11:52 )
Solomon Burke  Don't Give Up on Me   Don't Give Up on Me 
  2:15:12 )
Moby  Flower   Play: The B-Sides 
  2:18:55 )
Circle  Screaming Luovutus   Tyrant    *   2:22:11 )
Unknown Instructors  At the Center   The Master's Voice 
*   2:44:31 )
Witch  Black Tears   Lazy Bones!!  Props to Captain Schulkind for bringing this to my attention.  *   2:48:35 )
Shudder to Think  I Blew Away / Ride That Sexy Horse   Funeral at the Movies 
  2:54:00 )
P.E.D.  The Frog Song         3:04:04 )

Listener comments!

  Tue. 3/27/07 12:54am Aaron:

Tonight's set was excellent and Mike Lupica is one of the many reasons I give money to WFMU.
  Tue. 3/27/07 10:04am Mike Lupica:

Thanks, Aaron! That's very nice of you, and I'm glad you liked the show. I plowed into this program anticipating disastrous results, but I had a great time.
  Tue. 3/27/07 10:06pm Kali:

Excellent playlist, diggin all the pictures! Now I want to listen to the show. WMFU knows how to do this shit right
  Wed. 3/28/07 12:13pm echardcore:

sick, twisted, and dope
  Wed. 3/28/07 1:37pm Andrea:

Mike, I listen to this show every week, but more than anything, I love the photos - I wish other DJ on WFMU would do the same (names ain't the same...)
  Wed. 3/28/07 5:33pm jeff:

props for p.e.d., jesters of destiny & the unknown instructors tunes...

i guess it's not all nostalgia trippin' when ya' mix in some newness...

  Thu. 3/29/07 10:37am Mike Lupica:

Thanks Andrea and Kali. I like adding the pix because I hope it makes these weekly playlist pages more akin to an MP3 blog -- combined with the timestamps, it's a simple way to instantly check out lots of new sounds. And coupled with WFMU's search page http://wfmu.org/searchadv.php , it's also a way to quickly look up old faves and have them chugging into your headphones in seconds!
  Thu. 3/29/07 5:55pm John:

Thanks for doing whatcha do... Many good songs and nothing wrong with "old" ones -- good to hear them.
What's the instrumental bed you talk over after Palomar, before Rock-a-Teens? (Hey, Schulkind always lists HIS talkover music!)
  Thu. 3/29/07 6:12pm Mike Lupica:

Hey John, the song in question is Pell Mell, from their totally great "Star City" album. Actually, *all* Pell Mell records are totally great. And hey, Schulkind plays longer songs than I do! He also aced WFMU's speed-typing workshop, whereas I got put out to pasture with Belock and John Allen...
  Thu. 3/29/07 6:28pm Doug Schulkind:

C'mon Mikey, give the people what the want. I've been listing my talkover music since 1977! Of course, my trained ferret, Rolph, does all my typing. Come to think of it, he's been programming my show (and answering my emails) for the past coupla years.
  Thu. 3/29/07 7:41pm jeff:

>>nothing wrong with "old" ones<<

i didn't mean this in the perjurative... just the slippery slope of nostaligia's melancholy... next thing you know i'm dreaming about being behind the wheel of my '78 nova during those halcyon days of the 80's...

then again...
Preserving the old ways from being abused
Protecting the new ways for me and for you
  Fri. 3/30/07 8:14am mike lupica:

Doug, I've got Rolph here in my kitchen. He is--at present--unharmed. If you ever want to see him doing your dirty work again, meet me at the 23rd St. PATH station (northbound platform) tonight at 11 PM. We'll "talk".
  Fri. 3/30/07 9:26am Doug Schulkind:

I thought my bed seemed a bit chilly last night. Come home Rolphie boy!
  Mon. 4/2/07 10:28pm Dgo. Colorado:

We like Mike...always look forward to the sets and the great pics!!!
  Wed. 4/4/07 10:57pm Jude Webre:

The Alice Cooper was a revelation! Great playlist, and pretty solid on the karaoke too.
  Fri. 4/6/07 9:19am Lupica:

Thank you for the vote of confidence on the karaoke. Ahhh, the socially lubricating powers of alcohol...
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