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Options March 14, 2010: Week Two of the 2010 WFMU Marathon with co-host Kurt Gottschalk

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Artist Track Album Label
Celtic Frost  Into Cryp of Rays   Options Morbid Tales  Noise 
Disharmonic Orchestra  Inexorable Logic   Options Expositions Prophylaxe  Nuclear Blast 
Seance  Forever Laid To Rest   Options Forever Laid To Rest   
Nina Hagen  Natutrane   Options Definitive Collection  Columbia 
Coronatus  Wolfstanz   Options Fabula Magna  Massacre 
Theatre of Tragedy  Der Spiegel   Options A Rose for The Dead  Swanlake 
Sanctuary  Sanctuary   Options Refuge Denied  Epic 
Pungent Stench  Why Can't the Bodies Fly?   Options Dirty Rhymes and Psychotronic Beats  Nuclear blast 
Paradise Lost  Mortals Watch the Day   Options Shades of God  Metal Blade 
Mercyful Fate  Black Masses   Options The Beginning  Roadrunner 
Trouble  The Misery Shows   Options Run To The Light  Metal Blade 
Siegfried  Siegfried   Options Drachenherz  Napalm Records 
Korova  Strangulation Alpha   Options Dead Like an Angel  Napalm Records 
Darkthrone  Accumulation of Generalization   Options Soulside Journey  Peaceville 
Nevermore  Tomorrow Turned into Yesterday   Options Enemies of Reality  Century Media 

Listener comments!

  Sun. 3/14/10 12:12am Walden:

Welcome back Professor
  Sun. 3/14/10 12:14am Kurt Gottschalk:

PLEDGE NOW! SHOW SOME GUTS! SUPPORT YOU UP SOME DUM DUM!
  Sun. 3/14/10 12:22am mayhem:

M-E-T-A-L !
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:09am Big Gun-t:

the professor clearly delivers - every week - in the face of societal trends, and popularity, intimating the polar opposite of his intention
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:30am Kurt Gottschalk:

Pledge now for a chance to win Satan's Blood! 800 989 9368, wfmu.org
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:43am Adam:

You rule professor. Irwin sucks! Hail Satan!
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:46am Urania:

I would hurt the Baby Jesus by wrapping Dum Dum's intestines around his neck.
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:49am Leila:

Could you hurt baby Jesus by playing some Darkthrone? Or Kampfar? Or just continue with Metal? I hear metal hurts baby jesus. And thanks for the song guys <3
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:51am Urania:

Jesus wasn't a Christian!!
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:54am mike noble:

is the lab an hour shorter this week?
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:56am Kurt Gottschalk:

The lab is a half hour shorter. We're splitting the difference with Joe M. 30 minutes less time to pledge at 800 989 9368 or wfmu.org. American fascist daylight savings conspiracy!
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:58am Walden:

If Dum Dum isnt on the air.........I dont need the internet.I cannot imagine life w/o this show
  Sun. 3/14/10 1:58am Urania:

Can you play "Banging in the Nails" by the Tiger Lillies???
  Sun. 3/14/10 3:08am nostroDAMNus:

The Last Song should be: Cemetary Superior to All

That is what Professor Dum Dum is...
  Sun. 3/14/10 3:45am Katherine:

I loved the volunteers/DJ Kurt singing my thank you! Sweet.
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