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Options June 16, 2008: Live music from the most compact band in America, Cryptacize

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Artist Track Album Label New / Special Approx. start time
Ya Ho Wa 13  Homegrown Rising   Options The Feather of Wisdom  Phoenix  *   0:00:00 ()
Mavrothi Kontanis  Ussak Saz Semaisi   Options Wooden Heart    *   0:05:09 ()
Eric Chenaux  Have I Lost My Eyes   Options Sloppy Ground  Constellation  *   0:09:25 ()
Danielle Kenny  Alarm Clock   Options Electronic Music from High Schools (V/A)  Flexidisc  *   0:14:54 ()
Joel Moulton  Galileo's Punishment   Options Electronic Music from High Schools (V/A)  Flexidisc  *   0:16:26 ()
The Field  Day   Options Sound of Light  Nordic Light Hotel  *   0:18:52 ()
Pas Chic Chic!  Vous Comprenez Pour Qoui   Options Au Contraire  Semprini  *   0:30:45 ()
Dan Friel  Ghost Town (Pt. 2)   Options Ghost Town  Important  *   0:34:45 ()
Swell Maps  Full Moon In My Pocket / Full Moon (Reprise)   Options Sweep the Desert      0:41:10 ()
Catatonic Youth  Control My Gun   Options The World's Lousy With Ideas Vol. 5 (V/A) 7"  Almost Ready  *   0:51:03 ()
Christmas Island  Doin' Swell   Options The World's Lousy With Ideas Vol. 5 (V/A) 7"  Almost Ready  *   0:52:39 ()
The Pets  Same Mistake   Options Misdirection  Static Impulse  *   0:54:19 ()
Jay Reatard  An Ugly Death   Options Painted Shut 7"  Matador  *   0:56:58 ()
The Wuds  Inosente Lang Ang Nagtataka   Options Pinoy Punk (V/A)      1:00:36 ()
Eppu Normaali  Pollisi Pamputtaa Taas   Options Hometown Atrocities Vol. 1 (V/A)  KDVS    1:04:18 ()
Eddie Money  Take Me Home Tonight   Options       1:13:17 ()
Eddie Murphy  Party All the Time   Options       1:16:43 ()
Eddy Grant  Electric Avenue   Options       1:20:58 ()
Amebix  Sanctuary   Options No Sanctuary  Alternative Tentacles    1:27:02 ()
Rachid Taha  Bent Sahra   Options Rock El Casbah - The Best of Rachid Taha  Wrasse    1:31:16 ()
DJ Romes  Side A, Track 4   Options Rhythm Trax Vol. 2  Stones Throw  *   1:38:20 ()
Lithops  Blasphere   Options Queries  Sonig  *   1:40:38 ()
Does It Offend You, Yeah?  We Are Rockstars   Options You Have No Idea What You're Getting Yourself Into  Almost Gold  *   1:44:18 ()
Heros Severum  Get Ur Freak On   Options Rock & Roll Nigga 7"  Two Sheds    1:48:06 ()
Monitor  Pavilion   Options Monitor  World Imitation    1:51:49 ()
Xeno & Oaklander  Depart   Options Vigils  Xanten  *   1:56:38 ()
Frustration  Too Many Questions   Options Relax  Born Bad  *   2:00:08 ()
Live Music by Cryptacize. Engineered by Richard Rusincovitch.
Cryptacize  Heaven is Human   Options Live on WFMU      2:07:43 ()
Cryptacize  New Spell   Options Live on WFMU      2:10:29 ()
Cryptacize  Cosmic Sing-a-long   Options Live on WFMU      2:14:36 ()
Cryptacize  No Coins   Options Live on WFMU      2:16:50 ()
Cryptacize  Jail & Mane   Options Live on WFMU      2:19:48 ()
Cryptacize  We'll Never Dream Again   Options Live on WFMU      2:23:28 ()
Cryptacize  Say You Will   Options Live on WFMU      2:27:53 ()
Why?  As I Went Out One Morning   Options Unusual Animals Vol. 4 7"  Asthmatic Kitty  *   2:48:56 ()
Robyn Hitchcock  Real Dot   Options Shadow Cat  Sartorial  *   2:52:05 ()
Cryptacize  Peg   Options Unusual Animals Vol. 4 7"  Asthmatic Kitty  *   2:54:02 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 6/16/08 12:08pm Cecile:

Happy Monday!
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:09pm north guinea hills:

a shit kicking start liz! awesome!
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:09pm gerardo:

que tal, liz

changing slots?. if so, i'll be able to listen to you live again - "groovy"
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:13pm Sean Daily:

Where can I get this Eric Chenaux track, Liz!
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:14pm Liz B.:

Hi everyone, had a full night's worth of sleep on this Monday, lovely! Sean, try cstrecords.com for Eric Chenaux.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:14pm Sara:

Eric Chenaux? Toronto boy! Formerly of the most excellent Phleg Camp... nice to hear him round these parts, thanks Liz.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:14pm sebastian in santiago:

hey liz. i see the south remains faithful. qué tal gerardo, my brother in alienation.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:19pm north guinea hills:

must....get.... the.... electronic music from high schools disc! i checked out a computer music magazine from 1969 from a florida library back in 1998, and it had a flexidisc of junior high students making electronic music.... super rad!!! (i shamelessly lifted it)
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:19pm gerardo:

seba, compadre, qui wiiina, "va-mos chile, caramba..." - how could we possibly feel alienated, ;)?

so you slept all nite long, liz? - what a joy, what a pleasure. i admit i love sleeping, specially with this freezing cold winter we're experiencing here
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:22pm paw:

yaah! what is that electronic music from high schools?! very very good stuff. thanks as always liz.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:25pm HotRod:

ooh...I like Liz on at noon!
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:26pm Sean Daily:

This set is kicking of the very much ass, Liz. Yet another reason for me to quit my job so I can just sit in front the computer and vedge.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:27pm paw:

sean... that's why you need to get a job that involves sitting in front of a computer :)
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:28pm north guinea hills:

sean, that's what i do at my job anyways. as long as i can drag my corpse in to my office, i get paid.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:28pm HotRod:

Anyone going to see Venetian Snares tonight at the Knitting Factory NYC?
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:29pm jonathan:

dragging the corpse...i say and feel that every morn.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:31pm north guinea hills:

ahshiiitt, i forgot about the venetian snares show. i really want to go, but i'm trying to be frugal so i can rent my own apt w/ my gf w/o any roommates by sept.... damnit!!!!
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:32pm efd:

I'm really enjoying this track by The Field... I feel like I should have a strobe light in my office.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:32pm north guinea hills:

liz, kudos on the field... wtf??? your good night's sleep is paying off for us listeners (who didn't get much sleep)
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:37pm Martin from Stockholm, Sweden:

Hey Liz!

I'm so much looking forward to Cryptacize today!

Love your show!
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:37pm Ike:

My job requires that I repetitively crank the computer hard, at all times -- or else! With terrible pay! How do I get a job where I just have to show up and listen to FMU? My corpse is heavy today. Only FMU keeps me sane. Great set.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:39pm north guinea hills:

i work for the federal gov't... it's sucks ass, but i get paid enough to live in nyc and i can listen to wfmu all day (i'm a cartographer)
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:39pm HotRod:

Damn, this Friel track is nice!
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:42pm jordan:

First time listener--I've enjoyed the show so far, particularly the last three tracks (and especially the Pas Chic Chic! song--what can I say, I like fuzz). I've got to go back to work--for some strange reason, I don't think my radio @ work in White Plains, NY picks up FMU, so I'll have to listen to the rest on archive later!

EDIT: I'll leave after Swell Maps. AWESOME PICK, LIZ
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:48pm north guinea hills:

swell maps, perfect band for my profession.... thanks liz!
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:50pm Laurie:

This is why Norwegians are the happiest people on earth: http://atvs.vg.no/player/?id=16995
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:50pm Parq:

NGH, you're with the feds? I'm with the state. Hang in there, gov work gets better with longevity.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:51pm Ike:

I love maps. Maybe I should go back to school and become a cartographer. <sigh>
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:54pm swami:

County government in the house! I guess all we need are some townies!
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:54pm gerardo:

ahh, the sweet reminiscence of skipping vinyls
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:55pm north guinea hills:

Parq, i used to work for the city, it was more fun but the pay sucked....
if i left nyc, i could easily get a better paying job in the private sector, but then i would have to leave nyc...

and Ike, I love GIS and cartography, i actually love what i do, i just hate bullshit i have to put up w/ while working for a bureaucracy.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:56pm Cecile:

I am also a guvmint employee, and what Parq says is usually true in regard to public sector. Outlive your oppressors. ;)
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:58pm north guinea hills:

thanks cecile & parq, it's always good to have ye ole morale boosted :)
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:59pm Swami:

I like my gubmint job. It helps that I get to go into the field for casework at my discretion. Doesn't get too stagnant, but I do hate to have to leave theses awesome tunes. . . hang in there; the little victories make it beaable. C ya later.
  Mon. 6/16/08 12:59pm swami:

and "bearable" too!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:00pm Laurie:

Awwwwww, the Norwegian lioness is grooming her cubs and making them fall over. :)))))
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:02pm gerardo:

and now, cassettes. yeah!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:06pm Cecile:

hey finn-core!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:07pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Hi Liz!!!
I'm loving these last two tracks (Eppu Normaali and The Wuds). What language(s) are they singing in? I like when I don't understand the words, then I can just make up my own story.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:07pm Parq:

Ah, we have a subculture of civil servants. No wonder we're always so civil.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:08pm Martin:

found an interesting homepage: lizberg.com

Didn't know you had band Liz! :)
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:08pm blanketship:

hi liz greetings from cold and foggy SF!.bumm i missed electronic music from high schools.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:08pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Ah, you just answered my questions on the air. perfect! thanks. Never heard Filipino punk before. Nice!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:09pm Charlie:

What is the song playing in the background from?! I recognize it from a cartoon or video game or something, and I can't start doing the dishes until I remember.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:10pm Cecile:

and servile. ;D

not really.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:10pm Parq:

Skippy and Hissy would make good names for goldfish.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:15pm SueB:

OMG -- the irony is seething!!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:15pm Liz B.:

Background music is XOC's version of the Super Mario Bros. 3 theme.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:15pm Laurie:

Is this lunch break going to include Lunchbox?
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:17pm Wendy del Formaggio:

oh goodness. this eddie money song is so terrible I have to stick around to see what else is moldering in the lunch box. :-D
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:17pm Cecile:

IGH. 20 years hasn't made it better.

Can we have Ronnie and Joey Ramone doing "you can't put your arms a memory?"
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:18pm Sean Daily:

Oh noes! It is the Assault of the Eddies!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:18pm Cecile:

OK. now you have to play the Sharam (deep dish) version of this...
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:19pm dc pat:

  Mon. 6/16/08 1:19pm Wendy del Formaggio:

I guess the FCC won't let you play "Boogie in Your Butt" This must be the consolation prize.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:19pm gerardo:

"Skippy and Hissy ..." there's lot of that @ great ubuweb site

Eddie Money came to our local Festival de Vina del Mar in the late 80s or early 90s.... Nobody here knew who he was.

ah, the 80s - there's another nightmarish nostalgic wave around...
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:20pm jonathan:

good lord! eddie murphy, bruce willis and don johnson all had songs out at the same time. fuck 1985/86!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:20pm JJZ:

Aw yeah, Party all the Time.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:21pm Parq:

Dropkick Murphys next. Can we get from Eddie Money to, oh, say, the Runaways in six moves?
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:21pm Cecile:

Sharam's stupid, tasteless and somewhat funny remix of the original Party video. may be NSFW:

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  Mon. 6/16/08 1:21pm Ghengis Jung:

Is Rick Astley coming up?
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:22pm Cecile:

I liked '85/86, but I prefer to think of the Wipers, Nick Cave and the first Dinosaur album more....
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:22pm Laurie:

We're getting Rick Rolled.

Odds we're going to Billy Ocean? Get out of my dream, Trouble.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:22pm Dan:

A band on my friend's label had "The Eddie Money Boys' Choir" sing on one of their tunes. I don't know what that means exactly, but it's awesome.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:22pm JJZ:

80s Eddies!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:22pm Cecile:

Eddy Cleanhead Vincent

Eddie izzard
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:22pm Laurie:

Oooooh, I shoulda called it. It's an all Eddie/y Set, eh?
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:23pm Wendy del Formaggio:

OK, now we're getting somewhere. I was just thinking of this Elec Ave song the other day. I liked it then, I like it now.

Liz, this is an Eddie set, isn't it? What do I win?!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:23pm Laurie:

I saw Eddie Izzard on Saturday!!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:23pm gerardo:

so "the secret word for tonite" -as frank zappa used to say- is eddy
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:24pm Cecile:

Same here, Wendy. The lyrics are a lot darker than that happy, happy beat.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:24pm Wendy del Formaggio:

I'm jealous, Laurie. I loves me some Eddie Izzard. Funny and sexy all in one package.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:25pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Cecile: yeah, and in addition, Elec Ave just f'in ROCKS
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:26pm Scott Eeee:

I feel old
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:26pm dc pat:

I'm with Cecile, 85/86 was SST paradise.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:26pm gerardo:

i prefer his other expression better: "conceptual continuity clue"

"funny and sexy..." that sounds good
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:28pm Charlie:

Ahhh, I thought it was Super Mario, but I thought it was the second one, not the third. My brain is getting old. Oh, and this song is the pinnacle of Eddie Murphy's career, I swear.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:28pm Laurie:

Otto von Schirach, Miami's finest!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:28pm Dan:

It's Super Mario World for SNES.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:29pm Liz B.:

Thanks Dan, I get the Marios mixed up!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:30pm Charlie:

Amebix, now this is some music to make BBQ chicken to!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:30pm SueB:

my 11 yr old is now singing "Electric Avenue" quietly to himself in his room.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:30pm Cecile:

Everything from that Amebix disc sounds great whenever I've heard it. Hunh. wonder why I missed them the firset time around.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:31pm Wendy del Formaggio:

SueB: Hey, I used to do that when I was 11, too, which is about when that song came out. Cool!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:32pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Amebix is also good music to write about cheese to!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:33pm Cecile:

God, now I feel really old.

I'll have some cheese and some grilled chicken please.

Oh, man I saw Rachid Taha a few years back. Wild show...
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:39pm Charlie:

The only reason I'm even making chicken is to test this batch of Bourbon BBQ sauce I made. I did something different and I'm nervous.

Oh, and I want cheese real bad now.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:42pm Laurie:

Wendy, are the caseophile lady?
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:42pm Wendy del Formaggio:

I want cheese, too! I only get to write about it today. The heat we've been having in NJ has given me a tummy-ache. No cheese + having to write about it = TORTURE! :-(
Good luck w/ your BBQ chicken ,Charlie. Sounds good!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:43pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Laurie: Yup, that's me. :-)
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:46pm Laurie:

Everything tastes better with cheese. It's a scientifically proven fact.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:47pm dc pat:

what's your favorite cheese right now Wendy?
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:47pm Charlie:

The only convenient thing about this heat is that I recently lost my job, so I can just sit around all day in my bathing suit, and sometimes just take a shower and sit around soaking wet. The worst though is that it's hot, and that I'm unemployed.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:48pm Cecile:

to paraphrase Ben Franklin, cheese is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.

But, Charlie, you have chicken!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:49pm dc pat:

Cecile: That's BEER! I like cheese and all but don't mess w/ beer...
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:50pm Cecile:

that's why I was paraphrasing.

Cheese and beer are proof microorganisms can be our best friends.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:51pm Charlie:

God bless Chicken. And beer. I want beer.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:51pm Wendy del Formaggio:

DC Pat: I love so many cheeses, it's hard to name one favorite. Right now the goat cheeses are really nice. I brought home a lovely slab of Queso Clara the other day. It's a lovely goat cheese from Spain. I still have some for when my tummy feels better.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:52pm peter:

turn this trash off
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:52pm Bad Ronald:

Or deadly enimies!

I dig saga bleu!
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:52pm jonathan:

it's time for beer.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:53pm Bad Ronald:

words of wisdom Jonathan.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:53pm Wendy del Formaggio:

has anyone ever heard The Cheese Band's song "I Love Cheese"? It's a little kid with his Casio. Funny and awesome. I think you can find it on Otis Fodder's website.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:53pm dc pat:

I got this brie type the other day called pierre robert I think--it was like eating butter.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:54pm Cecile:

I like "The Cheese Song" from the Pinky and the Brain cartoon.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:56pm peter:

that's a good one
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:57pm Wendy del Formaggio:

DC Pat: Pierre-Robert has the same type of rind as Brie, but P-R is a triple-creme, meaning it's got way more fat per dry matter. Yes, it does taste like butter, but cultured butter. A great cheese, but better when the weather is cold, in my opinion.
  Mon. 6/16/08 1:58pm dc pat:

Only on the FMU comment page can you learn so much about cheese!!
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:01pm dc pat:

Thanks Wendy. Maybe you should be a regular on the comments giving out cheese advice?
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:02pm Cecile:

thanks, peter for that!
"cheese is the taste that pleases, cheese from around the world!"
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:06pm Charlie:

I used to get great cheese when I was living up in Ithaca, NY after college, but since moving back to Jersey I'm not even sure what dairies are even worhth checking out. I feel like there's one up in Sussex county by my parents that is decent, but I can't even remember.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:06pm Dan:

This is the best song.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:08pm Cecile:

I remember seeing a Tony Bourdain travel show about New Jersey that had a piece on a nice little dairy that looked like it was amazing artisan cheese.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:10pm molerat:

James McIntyre, The Chaucer of Cheese: Canada's Worst Poet.
"Fair Canada is our Theme,
Land of rich cheese, milk and cream."
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:11pm Bad Ronald:

Cheesy indeed!
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:12pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Thanks for the kind words, DC Pat!
Charlie, fear not. There is a very good cheesemaker in Long Valley, NJ (near Chester) called Valley Shepherd. I used to get their cheeses at the Inwood Greenmarket.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:17pm Martin:

I loooove Cryptacize!!!!
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:22pm Charlie:

I know where Long Valley is, I got kicked out of a party over there once when I was younger for making an invisible canoe in the kitchen. I'll have to find somebody to drive me out there to find it. Thanks!!!
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:24pm bwalker:

cryptacize - amazing - where are the photos?
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:24pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Hey Charlie - maybe I'm making a mistake by asking this, but what's an invisible canoe?!?
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:25pm Liz B.:

I believe a blog post is in the works for this Cryptacize set. Are you guys falling in love all over again to these pretty songs?
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:28pm gerardo:

no love season for me by now, liz - my heart's just been broken :[
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:28pm Bad Ronald:

A little too sensitive for me but I don't fail to appreciate their beauty. I do like the quirky breaks though!
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:29pm Charlie:

Dude, I'm lovin' this Cryptacize set, as hard as I can. Goes great with sweet tea and BBQ chicken!!!

Wendy, an invisible canoe is just that, a canoe you can't see. I just mimed all the wood work. I kept telling people they couldn't walk through it and stuff. I was totally sober, which is the scary part.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:29pm clayton p:

My head feels like a twelve-pound AMF ladies bowling ball. Your show is helping, though.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:29pm Martin:

I love the record! But live, it's incredible!

Am I dreaming or will I never dream again?
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:30pm Liz B.:

Oh no, broken hearts and heads like bowling balls, sounds like we need some cheese triage for this crew!
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:31pm Cecile:

No, I'm not falling in love again. Then again, husband courted me with the Bonzo Dog Band...
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:32pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Liz: I'm with Bad Ronald - it's a little too sensitive for me, too, but the band is tight and the odd breaks are pretty cool.

Charlie: your canoe story is hilarious. the party hosts must have been, as my Gramma says, "Ol' sticks-in-the-mud"
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:34pm gerardo:

yeah, let the cheese melt, then! - cheers for that :) (thanx very much, liz ;))
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:37pm gerardo:

("let the cheese roll!", "let there be cheese!")
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:38pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Hey, The Minutemen covered Steely Dan, and they did a good job of it.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:39pm Charlie:

Steely Dan rules. What song did Minutemen covered?
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:41pm dc pat:

Dr. Wu?
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:41pm Cecile:

Yeah, Dr. Wu
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:42pm dc pat:

not one of my favorite covers. minutemen's version of Ain't Talkin Bout Love rules
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:43pm randy prott:

I love the visual idea of Kraft Singles layed-out 7" apart on an ample square of standard cardboard.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:48pm Wendy del Formaggio:

DC Pat: Ooh, on which album could I find the minutemen covering van halen?
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:49pm swami:

buzz or howl?
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:50pm Cecile:

I have it on the Tour-Spiel EP.
I dont' know where it was reissued on CD>
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:51pm north guinea hills:

it's the first time i've heard this song since i had the byrds (ballad od easy rider) lp playing at supreme trade....
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:52pm cd pat:

Double Nickles, right? But there's a live version out there that's even better.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:53pm CW McCall:

double nickels means 55mph in CB lingo
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:54pm dc pat:

I guess the live version is on Tour Spiel w/ I don't have. And yeah I meant "Nickles"
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:54pm swami:

and doing them "on the dime" means that "Smokey" is out there.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:55pm Cecile:

Pat, you're right, that's the Tour-Spiel one.
I always go to that one because I like their version of the meat puppets' lost too.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:56pm Laurie:

Wow, that Robyn Hitchcock song sounded soooo much like Apples in Stereo.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:56pm Park Van Dyke:

The Hitchcock thing sounded like something on Smiley Smile by the Beach Boys
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:57pm dc pat:

Cecile: yeah, why don't I have that?? I have every freakin thing else they did.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:57pm jonathan:

my band is planning a cover of hey 19.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:58pm Charlie:

Oh man, this is one of my favorite Steely Dan songs, since childhood.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:58pm Cecile:

I think you must have blinked and missed it. It actually came out on Reflex/SST.
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:59pm gerardo:

"hey 19", i love that song, since childhood, too
  Mon. 6/16/08 2:59pm David Palmer:

Steely Dan. Harumph.
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