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August 13, 2007: Service and Repair

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Artist Track Album Comments New Approx. start time
4th Movement  Revelation's Eve   The Nativity Scene: An Anthology of Christian Psychedelia and Exploitation  compilation    0:00:00 Real)
Black Sabbath  Sabbra Cadabra   Sabbath Bloody Sabbath 
 
  0:02:20 Real)
Cut Chemist w/ Edan & Mr. Lif  The Storm   12" 
 
  0:08:15 Real)
Quintron  Teenage Antoinette   Are You Ready for an Organ Solo? 
 
  0:11:41 Real)
Gone  Peter Gone   Real Gone for a Change      0:15:50 Real)
Naked Raygun  Stupid   The Middle of America 
 
  0:18:07 Real)
Krackhouse  Teenage Kids Just Want to Kill   Drink. It's Legal.      0:19:16 Real)
DI  Cut the Line   MP3      0:21:31 Real)
The Endtables  The Defectors   Bold Beginnings: Lousiville Punk 1978-83  compilation  *   0:23:35 Real)
Fleshtones  Legend of a Wheelman   Hexbreaker! 
 
  0:27:31 Real)
 
Githead  Drive By   Art Pop 
 
*   0:37:18 Real)
Hybrid Kids  D'Ya Think I'm Sexy?   A Collection of Hybrid Mutants  1979    0:40:55 Real)
Kode 9  Magnetic City   Box of Dub: Dubstep and Future Dub 
 
*   0:42:53 Real)
The Bee Gees  Every Christian Lion-Hearted Man will Show You   Best of the Bee Gees 
 
  0:47:50 Real)
Asiko  Let's Marry   Rock Group  Nigeria, 1972. Thanks to Jason Elbogen for pointing me towards this.    0:51:23 Real)
Red House Painters  New Jersey   Red House Painters 
 
  0:58:07 Real)
Grenadine  Demarest, New Jersey   Goya  Yes    1:02:25 Real)
Max & Ada Rogoff  Traveling through New Jersey   7"  Info and MP3 here.    1:06:33 Real)
Detention  NJOK   10" Acetate      1:09:00 Real)
Ennio Morricone  Barbablu (Theme)   Barbablu 

soundtrack
 
  1:10:53 Real)
 
Joe Walsh  Second Hand Store   But Seriously, Folks 
 
  1:24:29 Real)
Hall & Oates  Say it Isn't Slow   MP3      1:27:39 Real)
Calexico  Service & Repair   Hot Rail 
 
  1:32:42 Real)
Odd Nosdam  Fat Hooks   Level Live Wires    *   1:36:37 Real)
Akron/Family  Crickets   Love is Simple 
 
*   1:42:12 Real)
Dan Bryk  Summer Heroine   Discount Store    *   1:46:06 Real)
Rosey Grier  It's Alright to Cry   Free to Be... You and Me    1:48:55 Real)
Lismore  Blood Bank   We Could Connect or we Could Not      1:51:16 Real)
MC Shan  Down by Law   Down by Law 2xCD  Re-issue!  *   1:54:38 Real)
 
Ramsey Lewis  Wade in the Water   Wade in the Water 
 
  2:05:59 Real)
The Bevis Frond  Ear Song   Any Gas Faster      2:09:45 Real)
Cain  Born of the Wind   A Pound of Flesh 

1975
 
  2:13:27 Real)
Totimoshi  Mississippi Queen   70s Mutation 

Compilation | Mountain cover
 
  2:16:32 Real)
Alan Vega  Freedom's Smashed   Station 
 
*   2:19:09 Real)
The Mono Men  Stay Awake   Stop Draggin' me Down      2:24:28 Real)
The Gun Club  Walkin' with the Beast   Da Blood Done Signed my Name 2xCD 

Live, '82
 
*   2:27:57 Real)
Sixteen Horsepower  De-Railed   For a Decade of Sin: 11 Years of Bloodshot Records 2xCD 
 
  2:32:16 Real)
Jawbox  Static   Novelty 
 
  2:35:29 Real)
 
Scuba  Beauty and Warmth of an Ultraviolet Memory   OM_100 2xCD      2:43:30 Real)
God  My Pal   12" EP      2:49:21 Real)
Earl Hines  Black and Tan Fantasy   Once Upon a Time 

New York City, 1966.
 
  2:52:43 Real)

Listener comments!

  Mon. 8/13/07 8:04pm Sean:

First comment! Woo hoo!
  Mon. 8/13/07 8:16pm Chip Future:

You're LOOSE
Slip It In
  Mon. 8/13/07 8:44pm devnull:

More Krackhouse please! There could possibly be a cookie or something involved.
  Mon. 8/13/07 8:46pm mike:

Hmmm... Cookies, you say?
  Mon. 8/13/07 8:52pm devnull:

Cookies indeed.
  Mon. 8/13/07 8:55pm Marley:

Cookies for Krack? Sounds like a losing campaign platform.
  Mon. 8/13/07 9:00pm Parq:

Don't *do* it, Mike! I like Krackhouse as much as the next guy, but what about your *integrity*?
  Mon. 8/13/07 9:03pm TimoTato:

Just *in case* you were serious about playing Hall & Oates, I wish to offer a suggestion. "War Babies" [1974]. Produced by Todd Rundgren and based loosely on the concept of civil defense in the times of communism, it ended up being about their incoherent drug-hazed days on the Jersey shore. "You're Much Too Soon" is a Todd influenced love song, "I'm Watching You (A Mutant Romance)" is a post nuclear "Roxanne", "Better Watch Your Back" is snappy, the title cut "War Baby Son Of Zorro" is decent, but my fav by far is "70s Scenario".
  Mon. 8/13/07 9:04pm David:

I'm too lazy to search the archive, but that's the first Red House Painters I have heard on WFMU. They are one of the bands I can listen to over and over again in the car when I don't bother to change the cd. Surprised to hear them, but happy. There's always something good on your show.
  Mon. 8/13/07 9:04pm devnull:

Can you say MAK-EH-DAY-MEE-UHHHH
  Mon. 8/13/07 9:29pm Dave Rick:

Hey Mike - Great, great show tonite. But not that's unusual. Bee Gees and Naked Raygun! But speaking as somebody spread all over those old Shimmy records I take exception to yr Joe Walsh comments. That's a perfectly good song and still features some swank guitar.

Sabbath and messed up Hall and Oates - that's just shootin' fish in a barrel. Step up, man!
  Mon. 8/13/07 9:33pm mike:

Just foolin' about Joe Walsh, I swear I'm a big fan and I liked that song lots! I actually wanted to play "I Can Play that Rock & Roll", but we don't have it here...
  Mon. 8/13/07 9:51pm Neil Kaplan:

Gee, what a great show. Loved the Odd Nosdam, as did the missus. Can't say I'm sorry to have missed the Hall and Oates while I was outside putting the grill away -- though I'm sorry to say I'm not sorry. I can't help it, though. It goes way back to when I was a camp counselor, and this emo guy, before there were even emo guys, was having this bad night, and sort of insisted that we blast some maudlin H&O over the loudest stereo in the camp so that he could . . . Oh, I can't go on. Even now it's too painful. But a hello to Dave R. Still listening?
  Mon. 8/13/07 10:20pm Dave:

Hi Neil. Funny meeting you here, but not that surprising. We have no grill to put away here up on the fourth floor but the smoke alarm just went off cuz we burned the chicken! Canteen at my summer camp always had Best of Doobies and lots of E, W and F. I brought my Jam records and fell in love with the English chick counselor who thought I was cute.
Mike - you're pretty cute, too.
  Mon. 8/13/07 10:23pm mike:

Thanks, Dave. But Neil's cuter.
  Mon. 8/13/07 10:33pm Neil:

Flattery will get you everywhere, Mike, or at least an extra bottle come record fair time.
  Mon. 8/13/07 10:44pm mike:

The party has now started. Can I request a Pinot Noir, Neil? I'm just putting myself in the early November mindset, is all...
  Mon. 8/13/07 11:07pm herb:

I dug My Pal, and had to google GOD cuz I hadn't heard of them yet. They prefer all caps, and here's their myspace http://www.myspace.com/godaustralia
  Tue. 8/14/07 9:45am mike:

Herb: GOD was a great band, and the label they inspired is pretty great, too. http://www.mypalgodrecords.com
  Wed. 8/15/07 3:07pm Lane:

OH man! I've had an Endtables 7" from about 1990. So damn good 77' punk. Since that time I have looked high and low for some more Endtables. I'm talking 17 years on this journey and what do I see here...some M'fking Endtables. Bought the VA Louisville comp immediately and it has two more Endtables songs I've never heard. Thanks!
  Sun. 8/9/09 12:19am Kevin Kratzer:

Thanks. Enjoyed this tonight.
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