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Options April 19, 2010: Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
The Equals  Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys   Options   Shout    45   
Midnight Circus  Political Song   Options Richard, Roger, Rodney, Rastus, Raoul, Roderick, Randy, Rupert  Hyped 2 Death   2003  CD  Recorded in 1980 
Public Image Ltd.  Chant   Options Metal Box  Virgin  1990  CD  Originally released in 1979 
The Slits  Typical Girls (Brink Style)   Options Cut: Deluxe Edition  Universal-Island  2009  CD   
 
Radu Malfatti / Klaus Filip  ima   Options imaoto  erstwhile  2009  CD   
             
Oren Ambarchai / Jim O'Rourke / Keiji Haino  Tima Formosa 2   Options Tima Formosa  Black Truffle  2010  CD   
Christian Fennesz / Jim O'Rourke / Peter Rehberg  Part VI   Options In Stereo  Mego  2010  CD   
Goatsblood  bitterasbile   Options Goatsblood  Forest Records  2007  CD  Originally released in 2000 
 
Music behind DJ:
The Equals 
Black Skin Blue Eyed Boys backwards at the wrong speed   Options but what I'm really trying to get to is:        Celebrate the life of Malcolm McLaren with a Minute of Mayhem this Thursday. http://www.nme.com/news/sex-pistols/50708 
Malkuth  Ayin Le-ani   Options Sefirah Gevurah  Hospital Productions  2009  CD   
Anthony Pateras & Robin Fox  Hyperpole   Options End of Daze  Mego  2008  CD   
Circle  Taking it Back   Options Earthworm  No Quarter  2006  CD   
The Cyrkle  Red Rubber Ball   Options Red Rubber Ball (A Collection)  Columbia Legacy  1991  CD  Originally released in 1966 
 
David Maranha / Manuel Mota / Riccardo Dillon Wanke  #3   Options l'aiguille du dru  headlights  2008  CD   
John Butcher  The Importance of Gossip   Options Invisible Ear  Weight of Wax  2010  CD  Originally released in 2003 
Moss  Dragged to the Roots   Options Sub Templum  Rise Above  2008  CD   
Charlemagne Palestine  Holy 2   Options Alloy  Alga Marghen  2000  CD  Recorded in 1967 
 
The Stylistics  People Make the World Go Round   Options The Stylistics  Amherst  1994  CD  Originally released in 1971 
Open Graves  Canyon   Options Hollow Lake  Prefecture  2009  CD   
Burning Witch  Sea Hag   Options Crippled Lucifer  Southern Lord  2008  CD   
 
Monarch!  Speak of the Devil, Speak of the Sea   Options Dead Men Tell No Tales  Crucial Blast  2007  CD   
Poolplayers  A Rumored Version of Ourselves   Options Way Below the Surface  Songlines  2008  CD   
Petula Clark  The Show is Over   Options Beautiful Sounds: The Petula Clark Songbook  Castle  2000  CD   
 

Listener comments!

  Mon. 4/19/10 12:14am Trudi:

Hello x Yes! PIL and Slits remix! Wow!
  Mon. 4/19/10 12:21am Bo:

Woot!
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:05am ScottC:

Listening from Alameda CA ( Bay Area) Reading Russell Baker's :Family Of Secrets"
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:05am Katherine in Seattle:

Reading: Born to Run/McDougall
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:08am richman:

Thanks for the Ambarchi/O'Rourke. Sweet! I'm just across from you- Far Rockaway (toenailofqueens). Reading Tax Loop Holes of the Rich.
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:09am Kent Downing:

Listening from Kansas City, Missouri. I'm currently re-reading Ovid's 'Metamorphses'. Goes well with this death metal. Great show.
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:13am TD:

Listening from Park Slope. Reading Castaneda's "A Separate Reality"
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:22am Jon Marcus:

Listening from Laguna Beach, CA Used to listen over the airwaves from Mountainside and Springfield, NJ back in the late 70's
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:23am friendsofdonquixote:

we just called 5mins ago we c an't be bothered to reqad the other comments to respond in turn. wqe're reading circadian physiology: the premeir texxt book on circadian physioilogy
and we're drinkinng.
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:26am friendsofdonquixote:

don't worry we're readign Catcher in the Ryew too!
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:28am bluedune:

fine, i'll participate!

San Marcos, tx

reading Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:28am friendsofdonquixote:

we live in Summit NJ
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:28am esSViT (Svetlana from Shut Up Weirdo):

Currently College Park MD outside of Washington DC but in two weeks Santiago de Chile! Reading "Speak Ukrainian With Us" by Makarova getting ready to go to my fiance's hometown and speak his language
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:30am friendsofdonquixote:

yes_STESH pee_YENK-shah jev_CHIH-na, exXViT
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:33am slugluv1313:

listening from Hoboken, NJ . . . reading job postings, oh joy . . . book-wise: "Eat, Pray, Love" by Elizabeth Gilbert (which i love, but ugh! kinda dreading the Hollywood/Julia Roberts treatment), "Striking Thoughts" by Bruce Lee and "Shattering the Stereotypes: Muslim Women Speak Out" edited by Fawzia Afzal-Khan
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:33am esSViT:

i got the last word and maybe the first one but not the middle one, my best guess is "drunk" like pjanaja
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:36am friendsofdonquixoteq:

no it means you're a beautfiul girl. I don't care if you disagree.
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:43am Katherine in Seattle:

Born to Run is a story about the Tamahumara Indians, the world's greatest distance runners that somehow accomplish this in their bare feet.
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:45am esSViT:

friends: aw thanks, i won't disagree :P
slugluv: i just got the "eat pray love" recommended to me earlier today but you make that hollywood thing sound pretty awful, so i'll count your recommendation as canceling out the earlier one
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:47am friendsofdonquixote:

food inc. is good. Michael Pollam and Eric schlosser pick your demotivation.
  Mon. 4/19/10 1:55am slugluv1313:

esSViT: the book is a JOY, the movie-in-the-works looks/sounds SCARY!
  Mon. 4/19/10 2:04am Mark from Pompton Plains:

I'm in, uh, Pompton Plains, that's for sure, and I'm reading:
Casually: Wikipedia on Minor Threat
Fer Realz: Diary of an Egotist by Stendhal
  Mon. 4/19/10 2:05am osvi:

Califas, and reading Cortazar's "Hopscotch." Read it before you die!
  Mon. 4/19/10 2:06am David in San Deigo:

Reading Ian Rankin. A Question of Blood. DON'T TELL ME HOW IT ENDS YOU BASTERD.
  Mon. 4/19/10 3:00am TD:

nice show. thanks.
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