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Options October 2, 2007

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Neil Young  Computer Age   Options Trans  Geffen  0:00:00 ()
Brenda Ray  Perfect Choice   Options Walatta  Em  0:05:07 ()
Slum Village  Fall In Love   Options Fantastic, Vol. 2  Good Vibe  0:08:19 ()
East Of Underground  People Get Ready   Options East Of Underground  Wax Poetics/Lettuce  0:12:10 ()
Robert Wyatt  Hasta Siempre Comandante   Options Comic Opera  Domino  0:16:05 ()
 
Ride  Drive Blind   Options Smile  Sire/Reprise  0:27:05 ()
Fire Engines  Big Gold Dream   Options Hungry Beat  Acute  0:31:45 ()
Krupps  Wahre Arbeit, Wahrer Lohn   Options Verschwende Deine Jugend  Universal  0:35:07 ()
Ricky Wilde  I Wanna Go To A Disco   Options Velvet Tinmine  RPM  0:40:36 ()
Misfits  Some Kinda Hate   Options Static Age  Caroline  0:43:17 ()
 
John Carpenter  Main Title From Escape From New York   Options Escape From New York  Silva Screen  0:51:12 ()
White Rainbow  Mystic Prism   Options Prism Of Eternal Now  Kranky  0:54:39 ()
Guru Guru  The Story Of Life   Options Guru Guru  Brain  0:59:27 ()
 
Keith Hudson  Trust & Believe/In I Dub   Options Playing It Cool  Basic Replay  1:17:41 ()
Slick Rick  The Ruler's Back   Options The Great Adventures Of Slick Rick  Def Jam  1:23:43 ()
Edan  '83 Wildin   Options Primitive Plus  Solid  1:28:46 ()
 
Ed Askew  O The Lovely Face   Options Little Eyes  De Stijl  1:38:02 ()
Lori Balmer  Here Before The Sun   Options Tea & Symphony  Castle  1:41:45 ()
Propinquity  Tappan Square   Options Propinquity  Numero Group  1:44:00 ()
Serpent Power  Ourobouros   Options Ourobouros  Locust  1:47:03 ()
 
Tony Allen  Road Safety   Options Afro Disco Beat  Vampisoul  2:02:23 ()
Small Change  Steviano Italiano   Options Steviano Italiano  Bstrd Boots  2:09:59 ()
Modeselektor Feat. Paul St Hillaire  Let Your Love Grow   Options Happy Birthday  Bpitch Control  2:14:49 ()
Larry Marshall  Better Must Come   Options Studio One Roots Vol. 3  Soul Jazz  2:19:03 ()
Baby Elephant  Turn My Teeth Up!   Options Turn My Teeth Up!  Godforsaken Music  2:22:02 ()
 
Othar Turner & The Rising Star Fife And Drum Band  Shake 'Em   Options Everybody Hollerin' Goat  Birdman  2:32:03 ()
Las Malas Amistades  Museo De Los Imperfectos   Options Patio Bonito  Honest Jons  2:37:04 ()
Cleoma Falcon  Prends Done Courage   Options I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore  Mississippi  2:39:23 ()
Phosphene And Friends  Ask Me No Questions   Options See A Sign Defined  Pickled Egg  2:42:56 ()
Cass McCombs  Your Mother And Father   Options Not The Way  Monitor  2:48:53 ()
Sandro Perri  Everybody's Talkin'   Options Tiny Mirrors  Constellation  2:52:36 ()
Bobby Gaynair And Earth, Roots & Water  Come Together   Options Summer Records Anthology 1974-1988  Light In The Attic  2:58:29 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 10/2/07 9:14am Lang:

Yeah Slum Village circa 2000! Such a JAM! Thanks for starting off my morning RIGHT Hatchling.
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:24am Ann Arbor Doug:

Hatch! Hatch! Hatch!
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:24am dei xhrist:

next time you're protestin' in NH, come visit us & our collection of strange music! Manchester NH
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:26am north guinea hills:

i shouldn't be prompted comment here. i'm supposed to moderate rate of commenting this week.

nice, finally got hear some robert wyatt.

(and how did i ever miss trans?!!)
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:27am Hatch:

Who said anything about protesting?
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:28am Lang:

Hatch I fell asleep in the theater watching that Neil doc....
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:28am north guinea hills:

the floodgates have opened...

getting my shoegaze on!
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:29am Hatch:

Yeah it was quite boring, right? Those new songs sounded just like the old ones, except not good. The live R. Kelly documentary, on the other hand, is highly enjoyable.
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:35am Ann Arbor Doug:

Oh fuck yes! Wahre Arbeit, Wahre Lohn!
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:39am lister:

i am liking this set. perfect energy for this morning...nice!!
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:40am Deeter:

doesnt krupps make esspresso machines as well...
i think we have one at home. very bauhaus where form follows function. excellent song too
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:45am Ann Arbor Doug:

Krups makes coffee makers. Krupps were a big steel manufacturing concern in Deutschland.
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:46am lang:

THANKS HATCH!!!!
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:48am Howling Rabbit:

Check out "Frankenstein's Daughter" made in 1958.
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:52am Lang:

I have no idea where it came from but there is a BRUTALLY bad horror film at my house called Werewolf of Woodstock and yes it is about a Werewolf terrorizing hippies at Woodstock and includes an animal loving hippie girl who tries to take care of/save him even though he tries to kill her.
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:54am Wes:

This song reminds me of chandeliers mounted on the front fenders of a limousine.
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:55am wolfie:

yes and I became a werewolf after being electrified
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:55am Listener James from Westwood:

escape from new york theme, very nice . . . this was on the first mix tape i ever made, along with a ton of moroder and harold faltermeyer cuts, way back in the late 80s. all laboriously composed from vinyl or on the tape-to-tape rig on my crummy boombox.
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:57am kym:

'Eyes Without a Face' is a pretty terrific horror film.
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:58am efd:

I haven't seen this in years, but I have fond memories of what seemed like annual screenings of Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things on channel 9 in the early 80s.
Director Bob Clark later went on to do Porky's, arguably an even scarier movie.
  Tue. 10/2/07 9:59am voorheesville:

i need to see humanoids from the deeep again
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:01am voorheesville:

bob clark invented the slasher film w/black x-mas and cspwdt was my first horror film ever. check out deathdream as well. vr good.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:02am Lang:

Yes! The Werewolf is created through lightning..which.makes.no.sense. even in the world of horror
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:02am Wes:

I can't wait for the day when this whole "eastern mysticism" fad thing, revived from the 60s here in the last 15 years or so, reaches the stage where it becomes so norm that to reject and deny it becomes "rebellious" and "non-conformist." Dare to be the outsider.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:03am Hatch:

I've seen Deathdream, been meaning to check out the others. He also directed A Christmas Story... and a few real stinkers like Rhinestone and Baby Geniuses. He died in a car accident earlier this year. Thanks Evan!
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:04am Marcy:

Valerie & Her Week of Wonder and Ginger Snaps make a pretty awesome girl's coming of age horror double feature. Let's see...I Spit on your Grave with Joe Bob Briggs commentary turned on. God Told Me To. Let's Scare Jessica to Death.

Sweet jams, btw!
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:04am efd:

oh yeah, Deathdream! Wasn't that about a returning Vietnam vet, or something like that?? I have a very foggy memory of that movie.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:06am kym:

Add 'Company of Wolves' to the girl's coming of age list...'The Vampire Happeneing' is also pretty fantastic for all the wrong reasons
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:06am voorheesville:

yes this guy goes off to vietnam and his mother wishes he'd come back no matter what and he does cept he's dead when he returns. monkeys paw
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:10am voorheesville:

dead like zombie dead that is
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:10am Hatch:

There's also an Iraq War zombie movie, Homecoming. Not very entertaining, though.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:11am Trent:

A few asian halloween suggestions, only the first has ghost stories. The rest are more gore and black humor films:
Three Extremes, Asian Horror Retrospective
The Happiness of The Katakuris
Save the Green Planet!

Also, Checkout Other Cinema's "Experiments in Terror". It's a compilation of experimental short "Horror" films.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:11am voorheesville:

two good lookin' horror films coming up are the remake of Wizard of Gore w/Crispin Glover and 30 Days of Night both look amazing
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:12am Fightthe JCityWay:

Jon Carpenters Saving Grace: THE THING
Classic American: EVIL DEAD II
Classic Italian Horror: Tenebre and Susipria
Classic German Horror: Der Golem
Classic Tura Santana: The Astro Zombies (the opening title sequence is awesome)
Best Anthony Edwards Horrorish : Miracle Mile
Greatest One Liner Horror: Dernier Combat
Best 14th Century Swedish Horror: Jungfrukallan
and of course: I Spit on Your Grave
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:19am voorheesville:

so they're are others who feel the same way as I do about this time of year and wanting to see as many horror films as possible. that is so great! wut is wrong with us? are we just immature? could be worse I suppose.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:20am dei xhrist:

Japanese horror: Kaidon (1964) and Zoo (2005) - at least the 7 rooms story was good.
Can't forget Trilogy of Terror with the lovely cross-eyed Karen Black! Stabby stabby dolls.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:23am dei xhrist:

I must add the Astro Zombies to my next movie night.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:25am Bad Ronald:

I dig Slick Rick
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:39am north guinea hills:

ed askew's "ask the unicorn" is treliscious.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:53am voorheesville:

hey Hatch do you have any Zombi from Pitts or Steve Moore from Zombi? kinda-sorta like Goblin but still good sounds.
  Tue. 10/2/07 10:55am north guinea hills:

this serpent power is a nice cosmic aural massage. any info?
  Tue. 10/2/07 11:25am calipso:

awesome japanese trash-zombie-movie: wild zero
  Tue. 10/2/07 11:32am Roger the Cat:

Hi. Just want to say you are doing a great show. My favourtie bands are Joy Division/New Order, The Velvet Underground, Scritti Politti, Helen Love and Fluffy. I wish you would play some of those. Everyone must watch Control the movie about Joy Division.
  Tue. 10/2/07 11:42am Wes:

This Cleoma Falcon is blowing my mind, and NO, as a matter of fact, I do NOT feel at home in this world anymore, either....sing on Cleoma.
  Tue. 10/2/07 11:42am south guinea pills:

HI just wanted to say U are doing a great show. My fave bands are The Archies, Ohio Express, Yes, and Young MC (well he's not a band).. BTW my cat also loves listtening to your show while she simultaneously watches YouTUbe.....Everyone must watch the CATS GONE WILD video she loves to watch with me. Thanks DJ HATCH!
  Tue. 10/2/07 11:50am north guinea hills:

any cymbalon ballads?

"oud it be nice?"
  Tue. 10/2/07 2:54pm HotRod:

I played the Soledad Bravo version of "Hasta Siempre Comandante" on my very first show, but I had never heard the Robert Wyatt version. WOW!!!
  Tue. 10/2/07 8:14pm John Carlton:

My faves for horror:
The Tenant
Repulsion
Carnival of Souls
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