Options Strength Through Failure with Fabio: Playlist from March 18, 2010 Options

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The Failure of Noise
The Failure of Sound
The Failure of Rock
The Failure of the Avant Garde
The Failure of the Space Age
The Failure of Jazz
The Failure of Psychedelia
The Failure of Krautrock
The Failure of Electronic
The Failure of Pop
The Failure of Free-form
The Failure of the 20th Century

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Options March 18, 2010: learning to love your inner failure

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Artist Track Album
James Last  Mr. Giant Man   Options Voodoo Party 
Henry Flynt  C-Tune (excerpt)   Options C-Tune 
Peter Michael Hamel  Song of the Dolphins   Options Hamel 
Luigi Archetti  Null #1 & #8   Options Null 
RST  The Catastrophists   Options V/A Crows of the world 
Vibracathedral Orchestra  A mirrored Pyramid (for JS)   Options Joka Baya 
Vibracathedral Orchestra  Es Inaceptable para Mi   Options Joka Baya 
Magic Lantern  Feasting on Energy   Options High Beams 
Billy Green  Toad   Options Stone Ost 
Billy Green  The Death of Dr. Death   Options Stone Ost 
Ural Umbo  Voices From the Room Below   Options Ural Umbo 
Scorpions  I'm going Mad   Options Lonesome Crow 
Organisation  Noitasinagro   Options Tone Float 
Fille Qui Mousse  part 9   Options Trixie Stapelton 291 Se Taire Pour Une Femme Trop Belle 
Silver Apples  Program   Options silver apples 
Decibel  Fakama   Options Fiat Lux 
Prick Decay  Excerpt from Winged discs & Crispy pancakes cassette   Options Prick Decay/Decaer Pinga 
Prick Decay  status elipticus from 'Soup & Fruit' Cassette   Options Prick Decay/Decaer Pinga 
Decibel  Manati   Options Fiat Lux 
Robert Stillman  The Talking Clock 2008   Options Master Box 
Robert Stillman  Collage 2   Options Master Box 
Darksmith  Everything is Breaking   Options total Vacuum 
Ett Barn Leker Med Vuxna  tape   Options v/a Reportage: Spela Sjalv 
Maja Ratkje  Essential Extensions   Options River Mouth Echoes 
Dawn of Midi  Phases in Blue   Options first 
Big Star  Nature Boy   Options Third/Sister Lovers 

Listener comments!

  Thu. 3/18/10 3:23pm Golden Sours:

Induce my trance.
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:24pm Looms:

Hello Fabio! What's that trippy track?
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:27pm Cecile:

hiya, fabio! I can dig the drone.
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:28pm Golden Sours:

Cecile, you devil!
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:29pm gz:

is this a RE-playyyy?!!!!
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:33pm Cecile:

I like Satie, myself. But I get your drift, Fabio.

Hiya, Sours!
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:34pm Cecile:

Oh, hey. I watched the movie "The Oscar" the other day. TNT was running it for the Academy Awards. It was one of the best lousy movies I have ever seen. I am compelled to see it again.
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:35pm Mark from Pompton Plains:

It's clear, we're, going to get along.
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:39pm Cecile:

I mean, the careers it killed! The Academy never endorsed a picture again. Tony Bennett never acted again, Harlan Ellison never wrote another major motion picture. But man, did it go down in flames! It's some kind of weird genius.
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:42pm dale:

hello mr. fabio. have you ever heard a richard pinhas album called 'rhizosphere'? mid 70s, this whole vibe to it.
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:51pm BSI:

archetti was ungodly wonderful at Sonic Circuits last year...
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:52pm Golden Sours:

I watched Savage Streets the other day. Probably the pinnacle of Linda Blair’s career. Some say Exorcist… but they haven’t seen Savage Streets.
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:53pm Cecile:

That sounds like a winner, Sours.
  Thu. 3/18/10 3:54pm dale:

linda blair and sybil danning in chained heat is a tour de force of the cinematic art
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:01pm Stickler:

I think the Archetti is called Null....it's so good either way
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:02pm BSI:

correct. ... Martin was called Mull.
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:05pm Golden Sours:

Let's just call the whole thing off...
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:05pm Looms:

This comp is the second chapter of the series (crows of the world vol.1 came out in 2007)
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:13pm Carmichael:

Hey there, peoples of the world. Speaking of trashy cinema, I just saw on Ovation (what appeared to be) a fairly dated documentary on the making of Pink Flamingos. Lots of fun, great insights on Waters and everyone else.

Knowing Ovation's scheduling tendencies, it should be on 500 more times this month.
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:16pm Kevin:

Who was that last song by?
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:34pm brock:

Fabio, this is awesomeness, totally revising my day here. thanks
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:36pm ?:

is this "heavy" music with the sabbath-like interlude the Ural Umbo track. totally cool.
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:37pm Cecile:

I love OVTV. All this weird stuff they dig up. I think they play all the old stuff Bravo used to before they became whatever they became.
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:37pm ?:

never mind--scorpions
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:37pm Golden Sours:

This song is currently destroying worlds. You can FEEL it.
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:38pm Cecile:

I also really like their battle of the Nutcrac kers at Christmas time, and I'm hoping Mark Morris's The Hard Nut will win until the end of time.
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:44pm ?:

now that Fabio has declared vinyl 'in', the avant-avant-garde backlash shall commence
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:44pm gz:

happy failure!
love it - always
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:44pm Cecile:

My friend loved Psycho-Mania, I've never seen it.
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:44pm Looms:

I just can't believe Scorpions ever made such music... When did they sell their neurons out?
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:45pm BSI:

Psychomania is awesome.
but for pure '70s biker cheez, it gets no better than GLORY STOMPERS. Peak of Kasey Kasem's career was his bit part as the short biker that gets tossed in the lake & curses a lot. Awesome.
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:46pm Golden Sours:

Looms, pretty much their next album.
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:49pm brock:

Looms, yeah they had some pretty out there stuff... there was a solo by the/one of the lead guitarists that my brother used to have that was sweet...
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:49pm Cecile:

Looms . they had a blackout
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:52pm dale:

saw solaris a while back. i think i need to see it a couple of more times. is the remake a total waste?
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:52pm Looms:

Well, i never imagined i could learn anything interesting about this band, but this is Fabio's show... Thanks mates!
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:54pm brock:

new Solaris seemed kind of limp to me, and I typically love introspective stuff like that... loved The Fountain
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:56pm dale:

i thought moon was interesting. seemed to be going the same direction at first
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:56pm ric:

Great, never expected to hear the Tone Float album played anywhere. I should have known better....
  Thu. 3/18/10 4:58pm Bill:

That first Scorpions record, as far as I know, was the only one that was ever awesome. Produced by Conny Plank!
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:01pm ric:

As was Tone Float.
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:02pm ric:

Think the track listed may be wrong there though...
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:02pm dale:

intersting to mention brain - i just dug out klaus schulz 'moondawn' and novalis' 'brandung' to digitize.
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:05pm siva:

what a show Fabio!
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:06pm ric:

"Floating" from Moondawn = awesome. Almost 30 minutes on one side of vinyl was pretty impressive in itself.
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:09pm abstracteye:

Silver apples ! Sheer greatness to these ears !
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:12pm Carmichael:

Their 1st 2 albums were crazy and scary. Contact was a little more accessible, though. Oscillator rock.
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:12pm dale:

yeah, come to think of it i don't think i have the hard drive space on my old 12 gig imac to do it. keyboards on novalis approach rick wakeman sound. i may just pick and choose on that one.
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:14pm BSI:

dale: speaking of Brain-era novalis, you heard Somarabend? It's great oozy balm when the prog-geek deep inside takes over...
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:16pm dale:

i think i may have that one too. they go back and forth between the wagnerian bloat and straight-up prog.
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:18pm BSI:

yep. it's been a guilty pleasure since childhood, right up there with early Eloy & Grobschnitt, which tend to be played when nobody's around to ridicule me but the dog.
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:20pm royvis:

great show Fabio, proving once again WFMU is the greatest radio station on Earth, and whereever those magic signals reach.
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:23pm dale:

i see there's a novalis 'deux' in germany - any relation?
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:29pm Looms:

The last Decibel track was really nice. Sounded a bit like Animal Collective meets Cromagnon (that great band from the late 60's).
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:30pm steve from brooklyn:

i love when you mix in some funky stuff!
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:31pm BSI:

Dunno about Novalis Deux, but I'd fear it... much of that stuff got stale circa '75 (to me, anyway) and attempts to revive the art with new material have been pretty embarassing (see any Eloy album after Dawn for examples.... brr! scary!)
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:55pm fxo:

I was stuck sitting at a Shop Rite parking lot, and there it was Silver Apples! I stayed in the car to hear it
Takes me waaay back. good job.
  Thu. 3/18/10 5:58pm Looms:

That Nat King Cole cover, awesome!
  Thu. 3/18/10 10:26pm Boris:

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