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The run-around drill sergeant of love meets the freeform radio nurse in an international popularity crisis. Twang, dub, noise, rockers, aliens, drum machines, foreigners, imported goods, songs, rumbles, hollers, blips and squiggles, along with an occasional musical number.

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Options September 18, 2010: Irrenhaus: Ready-Salted She-Devils of the Deep

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Rhythm & Sound  King Version   Options The Versions  Asphodel  2003      0:00:00 ()
Bernard Parmegiani  Outremer   Options Espaces Sonores No. 1  Dolor Del Estamago  2006    '69  0:06:58 ()
Bernard Fort  Fractal I   Options Fractals  Metamkine  1996    '80  0:26:02 ()
Bernard Fort  Etude Ralentie   Options Compositions Ornithologiques  Les 38e Rugissants  1997      0:29:24 ()
Cassiber  Man or Monkey   Options Man or Monkey  Riskant  1982  LP    0:32:38 ()
T. Rex  Teenage Dream   Options Zinc Alloy & the Hidden Riders of Tomorrow  Demon  1997    '74  0:51:00 ()
Dump  The Beautiful Ones   Options That Skinny Motherfucker With the High Voice?  Shrimper  2001    WFMU show at Maxwell's on Wed, 9/29 w/ The Clean and Vermillion Sands...  0:56:10 ()
Phonophobia  Irrenhaus   Options 1979-1983  Very Good  1998      1:17:08 ()
Squomb  Kesempatam   Options     2010    demo - http://soundcloud.com/squomb/kesempatan  1:19:58 ()
Juppala Kaapio  Momonga Ornament   Options Tomentum Totem  Peasant Magik  2010  Cassette    1:23:17 ()
Badgerlore  Duet   Options We Are All Hopeful Farmers, We Are All Scared Rabbits  Xeric  2007  CD    1:34:33 ()
Amin Xaaji Cusmaan/Xasan Xaaji  Laac   Options Jamiila: Songs from a Somali City  Original Music  1987  LP    1:38:12 ()
Khalifa Ould Eide & Dimi Mint Abba  Waidalal Waidalal   Options Moorish Music From Mauritania  World Circuit  1990      1:44:31 ()
Hugues Cuenod/Hermann Leeb  Pierre Certon   Options French Songs of the 16th and 17th Centuries/English Songs of the 17th Centuries  Westminster  1951  LP    1:50:50 ()
Komitas Vardapet  Gutan Yerg   Options The Voice of Komitas Vardapet  Traditional Crossings  1995      1:53:22 ()
The Pastels  Ditch The Fool   Options Sittin' Pretty  Homestead Records  1989      2:09:27 ()
Queen  Killer Queen   Options Greatest Hits  Elektra/Asylum  1981  LP    2:16:12 ()
Osymyso  Ready Salted   Options Welcome to the Palindrome  Sprawl  1999      2:19:03 ()
Future Bible Heroes  She-Devils of the Deep   Options Memories Of Love  Slow River  1997      2:20:49 ()
Arm  Dam Buster   Options Open Reminder  Melk  2004      2:24:36 ()
Maisons_Atomisees  Untitled   Options     2010    demo: http://soundcloud.com/maisons_atomisees/untitled  2:30:01 ()
Detroit Diesel  FU-Dimension   Options Auto Acid EP  Dum  1993  12"    2:39:17 ()
Veer  Fieldstrip   Options Lideskape  Source  2002      2:44:25 ()
Gabriel Severin  Jeanne Tripier, Medium de Premiere Necessite   Options Soliloques  Sub Rosa  2009    avec foghorn  2:48:50 ()
Aaron Martin  Wires of Glass   Options Worried About The Fire  Experimedia  2010      2:53:17 ()

Listener comments!

  Sat. 9/18/10 9:09pm Alex:

Good evening Mr. Blumin,
It just may interest you to hear that I bought my first record today. Because of WFMU I decided that it really would be worth my while to get into listening to vinyl, so at a yard sale today, I picked up a copy of the Easy Rider soundtrack.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:15pm D. Blumin:

And so it begins, Alex! Bless ya!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:22pm Charly:

Wow Alex, I still sometimes forget there are people around young enough to have never had a vinyl collection.
A very good choice, hope you enjoy it.
Charly (still living in the 80s).
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:24pm Charly:

Nice expansive sounds Daniel!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:25pm D. Blumin:

Charly, what was your first record bought?
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:27pm Charly:

My first album was "Zinc alloy and the hidden riders of tomorrow" by T-Rex back in 1974
Still love that sound.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:28pm QSP:

Alex, don't forget - you can play the top of a vinyl record and then flip it OVER and play the bottom side too.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:28pm Charly:

Do you remember yours DB?
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:29pm Charly:

Lol- classic comment QSP. ;-)
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:30pm QSP:

And make sure you play it at every possible speed!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:31pm D. Blumin:

Mine was a cassette, Sir. I believe it was Heartbeat City by the Cars! But I think it was part of the cassette club where you bought 6 cassettes fer a penny!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:32pm D. Blumin:

Which means there musta been 5 other firsts!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:32pm Charly:

Let's face it Daniel. You're a cassette kinda guy aren't you?
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:33pm Alex:

Well if we're counting cassettes, my first was Chipmunks Rock the House, yes I was 4 years old actually.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:35pm texas scott:

my 1st vinyl was Boston's "Don't Look Back"?
and I don't.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:36pm Charly:

@ Alex and QSP. When I was a kid we had all these talking records that worked at 16 rpm. Unfortunately I no longer have them, but I do have a healthy collection of my dads 78s.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:37pm Looms:

First 7" was Culture Club's Do You Really Want To Hurt Me, first LP Nena's 1st. What a loser!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:37pm D. Blumin:

Yes! I am Charly - and you know what, the cassettes still sound ok!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:38pm D. Blumin:

Loser, Looms? That sounds great! Whachootalkinabout?
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:38pm Charly:

Good. I have a large collection also
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:39pm Looms:

Culture Club is okay, but Nena...
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:39pm Charly:

Looms. That stuff will be in fashion again in a year or two - but only on the underground!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:40pm Looms:

I think the Nena was the first LP i sold too.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:41pm Charly:

Wha? that was a very clever cold war critique.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:42pm D. Blumin:

Neun und Neunzig Luftballons, Looms...
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:44pm Charly:

You'd have thought bulk baloons came in round hundreds?
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:44pm Looms:

Well, maybe i'm a bit nasty on this but who cares?
The oldest LP i have in my collection (i mean, i bought at the time) is The Sound's From The Lion's Mouth. I still enjoy this band, they had such a peculiar alchemy.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:46pm D. Blumin:

Hey Texas! I think I had .38 Special in that 6 tapes fer a penny!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:47pm D. Blumin:

QSP's first rekkid?
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:48pm Charly:

Don't make us guess
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:49pm QSP:

Guessing would be fun, but if I remember correctly, it was a 7" of Queen's Killer Queen.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:50pm Charly:

That was a good record
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:50pm QSP:

...with headphones!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:52pm Charly:

Yippeee T- rex
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:52pm Charly:

Thanks Daniel!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:53pm Looms:

Sounds better than Nena
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:54pm Charly:

  Sat. 9/18/10 9:56pm Charly:

Looms. Yours is on next.
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:57pm Looms:

DON'T DO THAT DANIEL!!!!!! It would be a rock'n'roll suicide!
  Sat. 9/18/10 9:59pm D. Blumin:

Keep your hat on, Looms! We'll have to see...
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:00pm Charly:

DB. Someone may never darken your door again. Careful now.
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:01pm texas scott:

hey daniel.meet me over here after your show.
i'm practicing my dj skillz.
tonite's theme...monica,hard


someday i will host a show on wfmu.
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:16pm Looms:

Les 38e Rugissants is a music festival in Grenoble, France.
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:22pm texas scott:

sorry,that sounded dirty.i meant monicaX100.
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:25pm mantratrain:

Hello, tuning in from Ireland...
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:25pm Charly:

Hello Ireland
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:26pm D. Blumin:

Thx, Looms!

Hiya Mantratrain - whereabouts in Ireland?
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:30pm Rick:

My first record I bought was a 7" single as a kid in U.K., "One More Night", by Yellow Dog in the mid 70's. Then Donna Summer "I feel Love".
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:32pm texas scott:

transglobal underground
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:32pm D. Blumin:

Hope you still have 'em, Rick!
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:35pm Rick:

Wish I did, Daniel, but sadly no. I love that last you played, though!
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:41pm Looms:

Just wondering, what's FMU's first record ever?
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:42pm D. Blumin:

Good question - I'll have to get it to the proper authorities!
  Sat. 9/18/10 10:57pm Charly:

Scott- I'm a big Atlas fan.
Good call
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:07pm Looms:

My brain is slowing down too...
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:08pm Char san Serif:

The Monkeys
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:08pm Charly:

It's alright for you looms. It's 4am here *yawn* ooh excuse me
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:10pm Looms:

5AM here in Britanny. Bye all! Dan, thanks for the beautiful freeform mixture.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:12pm Charly:

My apologies. Have a nice night
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:12pm D. Blumin:

Bye Bye, Looms! Thanks fer listening!!! See ya in 2 weeks!
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:17pm QSP:

  Sat. 9/18/10 11:18pm Charly:

I remember watching The Monkees tv show Late sixties or early seventies every saturday afternoon. Hope it was a good purchase for you CSS
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:18pm heathroi:

I wish i could say my first was something really cool but i dont suppose jannet jackson's control really counts. On cassette too.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:19pm Charly:

Cassettes get an extra point round here :-)
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:21pm Charly:

I'd be interested to hear if anyones first purchase was an 8 track cartridge.?
They never really took off this side of the pond.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:24pm Noel in DC:

1st record I owned (my mom bought it for me): Star Wars. I think it had the song from the movie and a disco version of the song as well
1st record I bought: The Clash by the Clash. Still remember hearing the opening chords of "Clash City Rockers."
With regard to the Monkees, I, too, used to watch that show everyday. Their movie "Head" was quite swellegant as well.
As for 8-track: I knew a guy who had the Sex Pistols "Never Mind the Bollocks" on 8-track. Or at least he claimed to have had it.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:25pm heathroi:

Or on the far side of the western pond. All i remember is cassette players
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:26pm D. Blumin:

Janet's Control definitely counts!
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:27pm Charly:

Sex pistols on 8 track cartridge?
Now that really has blown my mind ;-p
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:28pm D. Blumin:

Hiya Noel! Played something off Head recently; otherwise it'd be comin up! And Clash City Rockers? Damn! Beats my purchase of Animalize!
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:28pm QSP:

Does FMU have a working 8-track player?
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:29pm Charly:

They have a working wax cylinder player!
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:31pm Charly:

I'm kinda hoping that statement turns out to be true.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:32pm QSP:

I'd like to hear that distinctive 8-track ka-chunk from between tracks, or even within a track...
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:34pm D. Blumin:

To my great regret, we do not as far as I can see, QSP! Antique Phonograph must! A wax cylinder I mean... No way would there be 8-track played on AP!
Too bad we got rid of the old cart machines!
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:34pm Charly:

I kinda like that gut wrenching crackle as my cassette drive shreds another prized cassette
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:35pm Noel in DC:

Hi Daniel. Loving your show as always.
I remember the only reason I got that Clash record was the cover. My mom was in a record store getting something (I forget what), and I saw the Clash LP in the front of a bin. I dug the cover, bought it, and thank god I did.
As for the Sex Pistols 8-track. The guy who had it owned a record store I went to. Apparently, he and a friend were driving through Arizona, and he popped in the Pistols 8-track. His friend hated it so much that he jerked it out of the player and threw it out the window. My friend grabbed the guy's Bruce Springsteen 8-track and threw it out the window.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:36pm Charly:

Ha ha Bye bye Bruce!
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:36pm D. Blumin:

Then they made up and made love on the open road! Please tell me so!
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:37pm heathroi:

The sex pistols on a wax cylinder?
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:38pm Noel in DC:

Well, they were both guys. And straight. The way my friend told the story, it sounded like a pretty tense drive.
Wish I could say it had a happy ending...
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:39pm Noel in DC:

I wonder how much that Pistols 8-track would get on Ebay?
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:39pm Charly:

The wax cylinder would melt!
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:40pm Charly:

Noel- What, after it was run over?
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:42pm Noel in DC:

Well, no. I get that particular 8-track fried in the Arizona desert years ago. I was wondering how much a functioning Sex Pistols 8-track would get these days.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:42pm dan in Falls Church VA:

...really good shoe...
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:43pm Noel in DC:

Sorry, meant to say that "I GUESS that particular 8-track fried in the AZ desert years ago."
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:44pm Charly:

I got you :-)
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:45pm QSP:

  Sat. 9/18/10 11:46pm Ike:

Hey folks! I just got home. Sounds good, Daniel. My first record was Weird Al Yankovic: "Even Worse." I was 12 -- that's my excuse. I was ultimately more of a cassette kind of guy though. Still have a lot of them. Not sure what my first cassette was.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:47pm heathroi:

Going right back to the start of the comments easy rider was the only vinyl ive ever owned found it in an abandoned farmhouse on a neighbours farm
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:49pm Charly:

@ heathroi
You didn't put it into a yard sale did you? ;-)
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:50pm Noel in DC:

QSP: nice find! I seem to remember that 8-track were to the 70s was the CD was to the 1980s: sort of hi-fidelity and fancy.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:54pm heathroi:

Was an 8 track much better than a cassette?
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:54pm Charly:

They were doomed over here
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:54pm Rick:

premiere necessite is very strange and wonderful. Thanks Daniel, great show!
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:57pm Noel in DC:

Heathroi: I could be wrong, but I think the 8-track was considered to be better than a cassette. Also, seem to remember that reel-to-reel tapes were the prized format of choice for stereo afficiandos.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:57pm George of Troy:

Amazing show, Daniel! This last set has been especially good.
  Sat. 9/18/10 11:58pm Charly:

Thanks from me too Daniel
til 2 weeks.
  Sun. 9/19/10 12:00am Alex:

Another evening well spent, thanks.
  Sun. 9/19/10 12:37am D. Blumin:

Many thanks to all! Got 8-tracked away...
See yous in October, everyone!
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