Options Brian Turner: Playlist from November 2, 2010 Options

Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Options November 2, 2010: w/ live set from the LEGENDARY PINK DOTS

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Ka-Spel dessert assault (pix/baking Flloyd)

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
The Injections  Lies   Options 7"  Last Laugh    *   0:00:00 ()
Mekanik Kommando  Wings of the Dragon   Options Shadow of a Rose  Cat/Sun    *   0:02:53 ()
Howard Stelzer & David Payne  Part 2   Options Swelter  Cardinal    *   0:08:50 ()
Kommissar Hjuler und Frau  Come, Josephine   Options Schwangere Polizei (split tape w/Preggy Peggy & the Lazy Babymakers  No Basement Is Deep Enough    *   0:10:49 ()
WPIX insanity            0:18:59 ()
Ensemble Economique  Forever Eyes   Options Psychical  Not Not Fun    *   0:22:46 ()
Long Distance Poison  Excerpt   Options Long Distance      *   0:28:03 ()
Wold  Wintertime   Options Stratification  Profound Lore      0:35:54 ()
Purling Hiss  Whipple Dam   Options Hissteria  Richie    *   0:38:52 ()
Lords of Falconry  Osirion   Options Lords of Falcolnry  Holy Mountain    *   0:42:52 ()
James Gang  Woman   Options Rides Again  ABC      0:48:43 ()
Pesteg Dred  20th Century Superior   Options Years of Striggle Against the Lies, the Stupidity and the Cowardice  Dark Entries    *   0:51:48 ()
Hetero Skeleton  Popcorn   Options Various: Popcorn  Ultra Eczema    *   1:02:21 ()
Vomgrill  Doplaartleggen   Options Various: Popcorn  Ultra Eczema    *   1:03:59 ()
Marika Papgika  Olympos Ke Kosavos   Options The Further the Flame, the Worse It Burns Me  Mississippi    *   1:05:52 ()
Sun City Girls  Vine Street Piano   Options Funeral Mariachi  Abduction    *   1:11:54 ()
Sohni Chambers  2:47 PM   Options Yaw-Mah-Ha  Goaty Tapes    *   1:13:12 ()
These Feathers Have Plumes  Magpie   Options Corvidae  Tartaruga    *   1:24:15 ()
Legendary Pink Dots  Live in the WFMU Studio   Options     Formed in London in 1980 by mainstays Edward Ka-Spel and Philip Knight and relocated to Amsterdam in 1984, the Legendary Pink Dots have created a massive discography of over 40 LPs, not counting the many Ka-Spel solo outings. On the latest, "Seconds Late For the Brighton Line", they continue their enduring, abstract, psychedelicized vision that has landed them as somewhat spiritual kin to the likes of Nurse With Wound and Current 93: dark, keyboard-inflected pop, Kraut-informed electronics, acidy industrial soundscapes all meld with Ka-Spel's unique lyrical and vocal stamp. They stop by WFMU's studios to play on Brian's show today, and also played live at Le Poisson Rouge in New York on October 29th. Tonight they are in Pittsburgh and head south then west, check out the 30th Anniversary tour dates here. The lineup today: Edward Ka-Spel, the Silverman, Erik Drost, engineering Raymond Steeg. For more info on the LPD's see their site, also find their music at outlets like Soileilmoon, Beta-Lactam Ring, and their newest is out on ROIR. Songs today: Exceptional Buddhist / Russian Roulette / Hauptbanhof / Soft Toy / ? / WFMU INTERVIEW / God and Machines. UPDATE: you can now download MP3s from this session via the Free Music Archive.    1:30:18 ()
Legendary Pink Dots  Frosty   Options Under Triple Moons        2:21:11 ()
Edward Ka-Spel  Three Times Daily   Options Tanith and the Lion Tree        2:25:05 ()
Legendary Pink Dots  Golden Dawn   Options Asylum        2:27:01 ()
Legendary Pink Dots  Vigil-Anti   Options Farewell, Milky Way        2:32:21 ()
Legendary Pink Dots  The Grain Kings   Options The Maria Dimension        2:46:08 ()
Legendary Pink Dots  The Ocean Cried Blue Murder   Options The Maria Dimension        2:47:21 ()
Edward Ka-Spel  Laughing Gas   Options Dream Logik Part One        2:52:36 ()

Listener comments!

  Tue. 11/2/10 3:07pm boil:

Hey this is weird
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:09pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Brian! Now I know you're on! Since Diane's "Eternal Tapestry" was running over--you should have segued into an ambient piece first before the station announcement, making us wonder just who was on!
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:15pm Looms:

Perfect opening for a LPD Special.
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:17pm Max:

First time I'm ever properly listening LIVE to WFMU (I think) after enjoying plenty of FMA session downloads etc., first time I'm ever consciously listening to Mekanik Kommando, and... wow! Where did that come from? Most excellent! Thanks for playing the piece.
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:20pm paul:

  Tue. 11/2/10 3:25pm Cecile:

You got any Mel Farr Superstar spots? The only car dealer who sang backup vocals on "What's Going On?"
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:25pm Matt from Springfield:

But I never saw Crazy Eddie on the ballot today! Something's wrong, someone's taken over! Our leaders aren't going to talk like that forever will they???!!
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:33pm paul b:

Ensemble Economique -- Reminds me a little of the Pain Teens
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Long Distance Poison is cool ambient--it's like the sound of fine tuning sensitive equipment - maybe because it reminds me of George Harrison's "No Time Or Space", which was based off the Moog testing manual.
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Although, when did "Excerpt" end and "Wintertime" begin? Together they sound like the long Electronic Sound track. Either way that was another great segue Brian!
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:50pm BT:

Hey Matt, its always Wintertime!
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:52pm Matt from Springfield:

With the chilly winds coming in, I believe you!
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:53pm Cecile:

Is the Lords of Falconry or the James Gang?
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:53pm Cecile:

  Tue. 11/2/10 3:53pm Todd 76%:

Talk about takin' me back - James Gang! Thanks BT!
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:55pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

70s stomp rides again!
  Tue. 11/2/10 3:59pm jason:

this set has been so awesome
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:00pm Matt from Springfield:

Pesteg Dred, a long-lost Goth band. First I heard of them, I'd like to hear more.
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:02pm Matt from Springfield:

I wonder why "Pesteg Dred" catches my eye? Could it be...
--Dredge Pest
--Edged Strep
--Reddest Peg
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:09pm Looms:

Nice to hear Popcorn destroyed, i'm so fed up with that song.
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:10pm Cecile:

that sounded like Marvel's What if of "What If Ornette Coleman wrote 'Popcorn'"
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:11pm Matt from Springfield:

I'd like to hear the Jesus and Mary Chain give "Popcorn" a go! Any loud, creative bending of that will be fun!
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:14pm Max:

Current 93 used to open their "Black Ships Ate The Sky" tour sets by looping "Popcorn" for ages. Awesome :)
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:17pm Matt from Springfield:

@Max: What an intro!
@Brian: Must get this Sun City Girls album! Just perfect!
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:19pm Looms:

Has Popcorn ever been used for a Noddy show on TV somewhere? Just askin'
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:33pm Jimmy DeLuxe:

Gotta love them Sun City Girls. Good track.
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:34pm maria:

HEY BT checking in from NOLA with headphones on.ox- M
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:35pm BT:

Hey ML. We miss you severe!
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:37pm maria:

miss ya'll too much ta say!
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:37pm Looms:

Miss you, Maria. Hope all is well.
  Tue. 11/2/10 4:59pm maria:

LPD sounding immense!!
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:08pm Cecile:

Hiya, Maria!
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:22pm Looms:

Mesmerizing version of God & Machines
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:24pm remmy:

Anyone know the name of that pink dots song with the sitar about smoking?
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:25pm remmy:

Also I was seconds on time for the Brighton Line yesterday :)
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:36pm Marc in Liverpool:

I like this one.
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:39pm 3PUEN:

3puen worships the Pink Dots
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:44pm Bill:

The Grain Kings!
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:47pm 3PUEN:

The Grain Kings Rule!!!
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:48pm BT:

Yep got that cued to go....
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:48pm Matt from Springfield:

"Methods" rocks!
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:49pm Looms:

This ain't Methods at all, Matt.
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:50pm BT:

sorree miscued, that was the Grain Kings....
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:52pm Looms:

Nevermind Brian, thanks for playing it!
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:52pm Bill:

And thanks for playing this one too!
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:53pm Matt from Springfield:

The Grain Kings by any other name...
@Bill: Agree!
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Legendary Pink Dots!
Great show Brian!
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:59pm Max:

Yeah, this was great. An excellent live session, and as if the Dots weren't already my most-listened-to band of the last two years, my hunger for more and more releases keeps growing...
  Tue. 11/2/10 5:59pm BT:

Thx Matt, glad u dug...great honor to have em.
  Tue. 11/2/10 6:01pm Bill:

I just missed the whole live session unfortunately. I'm hoping to find it archived!
  Tue. 11/2/10 6:01pm Max:

And thanks for all the beautiful things played before the Dots' set, too. I shall listen intently each Tuesday from now on.
  Tue. 11/2/10 8:14pm INFiNIT8KaSpeL:

✮ Thank you ♥ Love Edward Ka-Spel and The Legendary Pink Dots (my favourite). ✮
  Wed. 11/3/10 10:05am zincink:

I am watching paint dry, except not on a canvas. ;) This is a great ear treat thanks for sharing. How did that cookie taste?
  Wed. 11/3/10 10:05am zincink:

I am watching paint dry, except not on a canvas. ;) This is a great ear treat thanks for sharing. How did that cookie taste?
  Wed. 11/3/10 10:07am zincink:

Ugh, it posted twice. Sorry! Can you delete that virtual echo )))))
  Tue. 11/16/10 7:21pm David:

@remmy - The untitled track is "Choke", original on Chemical Playschool 3 + 4.
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