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Options May 18, 2009: Special Guest DJs Wolfy & Allison of Red Dawn II

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Awesome Color  Eyes of Light   Options Electric Aboriginies  Ecstatic Peace!    0:00:00 ()
The Intelligence  The Beetles   Options The World's Lousy with Ideas Vol. 8 (V/A)  Almost Ready  *   0:05:11 ()
Thee Oh Sees  Ruby Go Home   Options Help  In The Red  *   0:08:08 ()
Cigarettes  Gimme Cigarette   Options Gimme Cigarette 7"  S-S    0:12:23 ()
Blank Dogs  Nothing UGC   Options Under And Under  In The Red  *   0:14:53 ()
Red Dawn II  Am I A Dead Fuck?   Options Amps Across the Hudson: Liz Berg's 2009 Marathon Premium  WFMU    0:17:54 ()
Battletorn  Infiltrate   Options       0:25:11 ()
Appendix  Torakat   Options       0:26:21 ()
Mob 47  Karnvapen Attack   Options       0:28:26 ()
Bastards  Insane World   Options       0:29:50 ()
The Mad  I Hate Music   Options       0:34:31 ()
Abortti 13  Professori Balthasar   Options       0:36:38 ()
Terveet Kadet  Mina Haluan Paljon Rahaa   Options       0:37:43 ()
Kontroll Csoport  Kincsinek Latszol Innen   Options       0:39:25 ()
Rocket From the Tombs  Life Stinks   Options       0:42:35 ()
? and the Mysterians  8 Teen   Options       0:46:03 ()
Jack and the Rippers  No Desire   Options       0:48:49 ()
Bird Law  Condescension   Options Cussin' Out Loud  Senseless Empire  *   0:51:03 ()
Jesus & Mary Chain  Upside Down   Options       1:13:03 ()
Aaron Dilloway  Infinite Lucifer (excerpt)   Options       1:15:56 ()
Various  Ketjak - Ramayana Monkey Chant   Options Golden Rain: Music of Bali      1:21:47 ()
Destroy All Monsters  You're Gonna Die   Options       1:25:39 ()
Jesus and the Gospel Fuckers  Genocide Express   Options       1:28:23 ()
No Fucker  Conquer   Options       1:29:45 ()
Discharge  Society's Victim   Options       1:30:49 ()
The Wuds  Inosente Lang Ang Nagtataka   Options       1:32:02 ()
Crucifix  No Limbs   Options       1:35:40 ()
Raw Power  Raw Power   Options       1:37:07 ()
The Mice  Just Like Brick   Options       1:38:10 ()
The Doll  Trash   Options       1:41:18 ()
She's A Wild  Donner Party   Options       1:44:18 ()
Fatal Microbes  Violence Grows   Options       1:46:35 ()
Siouxsie & the Banshees  Mittageisen   Options       1:49:44 ()
XL Capris  My City of Sydney   Options       1:53:59 ()
Suzi Quatro  48 Crash   Options       1:56:28 ()
Liliput  Split   Options       2:00:20 ()
X  TV Cabaret Roll   Options       2:12:22 ()
Maanam  Mentalny Kot   Options       2:15:58 ()
Paralisis Permanente  El Acto   Options       2:18:39 ()
Idoli  Plastika   Options       2:20:59 ()
Necros  Police Brutality   Options       2:22:42 ()
Hubble Bubble  Freaks Out   Options       2:24:21 ()
Tits  Daddy is My Pusher   Options       2:26:10 ()
Art Attacks  I'm a Dialect   Options       2:28:32 ()
Ozzie  Android Love   Options       2:31:17 ()
Bob  Thomas Edison   Options       2:35:01 ()
Algebra Mothers  Strawberry Cheesecake   Options       2:37:42 ()
S-S-S-Spectres  Possession Confession   Options       2:40:29 ()
The Stripes  Week and Love   Options       2:42:33 ()
The Seconds  Not About Love (It's About Love)   Options       2:44:43 ()
Personal and the Pizzas  I Don't Wanna Be No Personal Pizza   Options       2:46:56 ()
Druid Perfume  Painting in Heat   Options     *   2:48:34 ()
Gardens  All Is School All Are Teachers   Options       2:49:33 ()
John Carpenter  Targets   Options       2:51:58 ()
Bishop Perry Tillis  Servant, Well Done   Options In Times Like These  Mississippi    2:54:04 ()

Listener comments!

  Mon. 5/18/09 12:03pm Joe Steele:

Fantastic start.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:05pm Parq:

Miz Liz, mind if I use the column to finish up a conversation from BW's playlist? Ike, it was the boy that finally figured out the trick with the pit that saved the day in Coraline. And I've never seen Iron Giant, but loved the daylights out of Spirited Away, Nausica (sp?), Fortress in the Sky, Tortoro, Moving Castle and Kiki's Deliv Svc.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:06pm Parq:

Ben, if you're still there, thanks for today. Great comic, great music, great conversation. No wonder I never get any work done Mon AM.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:07pm Joe Steele:

I gotta go do work now, I'll be back to mess around later.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:08pm dc pat:

this song is amazing. The Intelligence
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:14pm Carmichael:

Good morning, Ms. Berg and list people.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:21pm dc pat:

sheer brilliance.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:27pm Kenny:

Hard Core?
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:32pm Brian C.:

Anagram for Liz Berg: Gerbilz!
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:32pm braintourniquet:

watching the torino riots along with mob47+bastards ugh!
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:33pm BSI:

Y'all make an old fart feel like he's 17 again... now if you're sitting on an old Boskops 7", this is the time to break that sucker out...
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:34pm Carmichael:

Since I just came from a layoff meeting, this song and title are apt.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:40pm Joe Steele:

I've acquired the We Are The Arm set from last week. Viva la FMA.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:42pm erin:

this Kontroll Csoport song is awesome
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:45pm frenchee:

WOW, that rocket from the tombs is kickin' my ASS
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:46pm Carmichael:

Yup. That's becasue RFTT DOES kick ass. Major ass.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:46pm frenchee:

also making my old ass feel 17 as BSI said...
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:47pm frenchee:

"came from a layoff meeting"?
WTF, sounds hideous.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:52pm Carmichael:

Ya Frenchee, you could feel the air being sucked out of the room. And it's not me (yet), it's some of my staff.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:52pm efd:

wow, that Jack and the Rippers song was great!
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:53pm dc pat:

weird, my first home--recording experiment (1982?) was called Jack and the Rippers.
  Mon. 5/18/09 12:57pm BSI:

Way too many layoff meetings around here these days: those of us in publishing keep our heads down and wait for the cosmic shithammer...
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:00pm dc pat:

call me a bitter old man, but there's no WAY I'm ever touching a fuckin cassette tape again--hated those things.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:02pm fluxmonk:

every time i tune in, yr talking abt music frm cleveland... woot!! got any emeralds cassettes?
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:04pm Carmichael:

Hey Pat, cassettes were way cool. Primarily because they replaced 8-tracks. Now THOSE things I friggin' hated.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:07pm dc pat:

I liked the freedom of being able to tape whatever I wanted, so they served their purpose... but they were a pain and sounded like crap
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:08pm Paul B:

Terveet Kadet - crazy cadet if I remember. I have an ep of theirs I got from a friend, Derrick Hsu. He had a label he ran when he was in college called Fountain of Youth records. He got the Terveet Kadet in trade for sending them Government Issue Records he put out.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:09pm frenchee:

Cassettes are a pain. I hate cueing them up. 8-tracks are fun to warp and weft with.
yes, BSI, the publishing industry (my field too, at least for now) is being HIT. ugh.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:12pm Parq:

Warts and all, I miss cassettes too. It was fun doing a mix tape and timing the release of the pause button just so, to make for good segues. Doing it with CDRs, where you can't quite even up the variations in track volume or finesse the pause between tracks, just ain't the same. That said, I'll admit I really don't listen to my old C90s any more.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:16pm mr eddie:

dilloweed... almost emeralds, and oberlin is almost cleveland...
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:21pm BSI:

dig, dig...
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:24pm dc pat:

  Mon. 5/18/09 1:26pm Marshall Stacks:

The thing about modern Kecak (ketjak is the old Dutch-era spelling) is that it's largely the invention of a German man, Walter Spies, in the 1930's. It's not a part of the gamelan tradition at all.

That said, it sounds cool as hell and I love it.

And yeah, Bali is well worth a loooong visit. So much great music and art there.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:27pm ERic X.:

Fantomas tribute album?
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:29pm gurl niagra:

I'm bored...
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:29pm Todd 76%:

According to Mark Mothersbaugh in the latest WIRE mag, Eno put a sample of monkey chant in Jocko Homo on the 1st DEVO alb...never noticed it. Have to go back and check.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:31pm Parq:

I've dug that DAM track for three decades. Donated my copy of the 45 to FMU some years back. Anyone remember what the flip was?
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:32pm dc pat:

Pop Group used it too--Forces of Opression
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:32pm Ike:

Oooh yeah, a trip to Bali sounds good. Let's all go! If we can't afford airfare then we'll dig a tunnel through the core of the planet and slide. I bet the food is great too.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:35pm RagnarR in SF Bay:

Wow! Just turned on 'FMU in zee iTunes and bam! Whole lotta hardcore. Also, this Wuds track would sound great next to Death (Detroit). Keep on with the great tunes.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:37pm brian:

what language were the wuds screaming?
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:37pm Sadie:

I'm bored as well......
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:38pm Joe Steele:

If this keeps up Imma gonna start thinking it's Thursday
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:38pm hop on it:

me also bored...but has nothing to do with the music...
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:41pm detroitdave:

Well HELLO Liz! musta tuned in at the right time!
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:42pm Tom:

The Mice ... nice one! Bill Fox, come back!
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:49pm Joe Steele:

I don't know what it is about this that makes me like it so much.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:50pm Joe Steele:

I suppose the same could be said about most all of WFMU.
  Mon. 5/18/09 1:58pm joem:

Just popping in to say that I'm in love with today's show, Liz. Awesome.
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:04pm MONTREAL:

  Mon. 5/18/09 2:07pm Cheri Pi:

Woah-that was a blistering set! I can't get this excited at work.
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:09pm detroitdave:

Red Wings will DOMINATE!
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:10pm jay:

NY Rangers won the Cup in 1994
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:10pm RagnarR in SF Bay:

Crucifix might sound British but they were from S.F.
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:16pm Tom:

Australian X! Yes. I sold my copy of this years ago and about once a month I kick myself - I think I bought a beer and a slice of pizza. Dumb ass.
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:17pm detroitdave:

This is one of your best shows yet Liz! Thanks Wolfy and Allison for the assist.
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:18pm monika:

yaaaaaay it's super to hear polish on wfmu
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:18pm Joe Steele:

Oh! Billy Jam played this crazy remix of you on Friday and it was awesome and I just remembered it. Um...thats all.
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:27pm fishmonkeystew:

Hi Liz! You wouldn't happen to have any Operation Ivy laying about that you could play, would you? That would be really swell.
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:29pm Joe Steele:

Nice, I love Tits.

  Mon. 5/18/09 2:30pm Bad Ronald:

Yeah, those Tits we're perky!
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:30pm Lulu:

great show!!
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:38pm Parq:

"Daddy is My Pusher" sounds like a snack. Well, you know . . .
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:40pm jneil:

Strawberry Cheesecake!!!!!

Michigan flashback...
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:41pm Mike:

Wow... A-MOMS!
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:43pm jneil:

A couple members of the A-moms played the old Knit in some new band -- Freak Parade? something like that -- and visibly plotzed when a voice from the back shouted out for "Strawberry Cheesecake".
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:44pm dc pat:

whoa, is this fuckin cool. S-S-S-Spectres
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:53pm Parq:

Liz, thanks to you and your guestses. Great jangle-slam. But man, the trnsition to Irene is gonna be even more jarring then usual. Fasten seat belts, because the decelleration is going to be something else.
  Mon. 5/18/09 2:56pm dc pat:

great SSSSpectres appear to be no more. I LOVE finding out about bands right after they break up...
  Mon. 5/18/09 3:00pm MONTREAL:

  Mon. 5/18/09 10:09pm Diana:

THE ALGEBRA MOTHERS RULE! Gerald Collins=musical/comedic genius.
(keyboard player not too shabby either!)
  Mon. 5/18/09 10:18pm Diana:

and BTW, this whole 30 minute set is fantastic...most uplifting!
  Mon. 5/18/09 10:27pm Diana:

hey JNEIL: tell me how is it possible for a-mom members to have played at old Knit????
Ralph Valdez, Gerald Collins live in Detroit, Diana Balton hasn't been to knitting factory in a decade, and Larry Rosa DIED about 10 years ago... if it weren't any of these names then you didn't see any algebra mothers, I guarantee you.
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