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June 18, 2007: The Carbon Cycle -- EXPLAINED!

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Artist Track Album Comments New Approx. start time
The Kleptones  Let's Get the Dirt   From Detroit to JA      0:00:00 )
Public Image Limited  The Body   Seattle 
  0:06:53 )
A Sunny Day in Glasgow  Wake Up Pretty + No. 6 Van Karman Street   Scribble Mural Comic Journal    *   0:10:01 )
The Asteroid #4  Take me Down   An Amazing Dream 

Photo by Maryanne Ventrice
*   0:15:59 )
The Volta Sound  Sunshine   My All American Girl      0:19:36 )
H.P. Zinker  Sunshine   And there was Light EP 
  0:23:31 )
Sunshine  Insomnia   Necromance 
  0:26:49 )
Les Thugs  Allez les Filles!   Strike 
  0:35:30 )
Les Thugs  Ad Men   Hors D'oeuvres EP      0:37:00 )
Kris Kristofferson  The Silver-Tongued Devil   Songs of Kristofferson 
  0:42:09 )
Edward Ka-Spel  Harvester   Dream Logik Part One  He of the Legendary Pink Dots  *   0:46:28 )
Digital Mystikz  I Wait   Box of Dub: Dubstep and Future Dub 
*   0:50:32 )
You Make me Touch Your Hands for Stupid Reasons          0:55:22 )
The Savage Rose  A Trial in our Native Town   Danskrocksampler 
  0:58:05 )
Circle  U.M.F.G. Horsemen   Panic 
*   1:05:07 )
Talibam!  Lunch Break at Naan   Ordination of the Globetrotting Conscripts 
*   1:06:32 )
The Law  Beer Please, not Politics!   (Unreleased LP) 
  1:16:31 )
Moviola  Black Haired Katherine   Dead Knowledge    *   1:19:12 )
Eglantine Gouzy  Boa   Boamaster    *   1:23:28 )
Shirley Collins  Space Girl   Rocket Along (New Ballads on Old Lines) 
  1:26:24 )
Kitchen & the Plastic Spoons  Ice Cream to God   Best Off    *   1:28:40 )
Women and Children  Flying Fortresses   Women and Children 12" EP    *   1:33:51 )
Raul Seixas  Metamorfose Ambulante   "City of God" 
  1:39:45 )
All Scars  (Untitled)   Early Ambient 
  1:43:24 )
Suzi Quatro  Primitive Love   Suzi Quatro 
  1:51:11 )
R.E.M.  These Days   Life's Rich Pageant 
  2:05:05 )
The Oblivions with Mr. Quintron  Feel Alright   The Oblivions Play Nine Songs with Mr. Quintron      2:08:03 )
Big Stick  Crack Attack   Crack n' Drag 
  2:11:24 )
Electrelane  Tram 21   No Shouts No Calls    *   2:14:40 )
David Bazan  How I Remember   Fewer Moving Parts EP 

Pedro the Lion related. Or maybe he is Pedro the Lion? I already got reamed out (after the last mic break) by a fellow staffer for not knowing much about Bell Records, so I might as well confess all ignorance right here and now.
*   2:18:53 )
Giant Skyflower Band  Time Won't Sing a Song for You   Blood of the Sunworm    *   2:22:02 )
Fulton Lights  1000 Little Eyes   Fulton Lights 
*   2:24:42 )
Psyclones  Punishment   Psyclones      2:28:17 )
Future Pilot AKA  Eyes of Love   Thank You for Being You 

compilation of Scottish Indie Rok
*   2:37:12 )
Jim Ford  Dr. Handy's Dandy Candy   The Sounds of Our Time  1969  *   2:40:39 )
Angry Samoans  Haizman's Brain is Calling   Back from Samoa 
  2:43:05 )
Thomas Jefferson Slave Apts  Negative Guest List   7" 
  2:45:00 )
Ciclon  Mr. Mague   Andergraun Vibrations: Spanish Hard Psych and Beyond  compilation  *   2:47:37 )
Urban Waste  Public Opinion   Killed by Hardcore 

  2:53:51 )

Listener comments!

  Thu. 6/21/07 5:42pm Sarah T.:

Yikes, I've been packing all day (Tokyo for six months, new job in Chicago after that), and the 6/18 show has been sublimely, supremely, almost sillily perfect for packing, heavy metal riffs, screams, swampy guitars and all... immense gratitude from Providence!
  Fri. 6/22/07 2:58pm Cranny:

Mike, I was amused on your comments about Circle. They are a good band, but the reality is really different to your imagination. I saw them play an outtdoor gig on a warm summer night, at a small club. They seemed like nice polite rich kids, who had listened to too much Kraut Rock. The singer also tries to sing like Robert Plant live, which is quite comical, but they have no charisma at all, and after half an hour they sound like muzak. Scary Finnish mountain giants they arent,more like accountants on holiday.
  Fri. 6/22/07 3:02pm Mike Lupica:


Hmmm, that's funny. I've met the Circle guys on their visits to WFMU, and they strike me as thoroughly genuine, utterly devoted to what they're doing, and operating respectably outside the realms of any music scene that my try to eclipse them.

Also, you haven't really lived until you've seen Jussi roll around in a pile of Black Oak Arkansas records.
  Mon. 6/25/07 3:11pm pete in LA:

The label on my FMU T-Shirt tickles the back of my neck. Get a lawyer.

p.s. thanks. No Reservations.
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