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"How do I know anything you've told me is..."
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Options September 26, 2011

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Hobo Sonn  Side B [excerpt]   Options Wary the Mind    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Leyland Kirby  No Longer Distance Than Death   Options Eager to Tear Apart the Stars    0:03:52 (Pop‑up)
Bobby Vinton  Mr. Lonely (Traktor)   Options   for mr. bsi  0:12:49 (Pop‑up)
Chris Rea  Fool If You Think It's (Run) Over (by a Traktor)   Options     0:15:23 (Pop‑up)
The Field  It's Up There   Options Looping State of Mind    0:21:55 (Pop‑up)
Arms + Legs  In The Light   Options Jonestown 78rpm 10" single    0:30:58 (Pop‑up)
Blues Image  Ride Captain Ride (right channel only)   Options     0:34:14 (Pop‑up)
Tasaday  Dove Tutto Sembra Perduto   Options L'Animale Profondo    0:45:24 (Pop‑up)
Black Bug  Shard of Glass   Options 7"    0:50:37 (Pop‑up)
King Blood  Sinful Woman   Options Eyewash Silver    0:52:12 (Pop‑up)
Decapitated Hed  Zereo Zone   Options Split 7" w/ Opera Mort    0:55:19 (Pop‑up)
France Sauvage  Autre Instruments Normaux   Options Couper les Tchou Tchou    0:59:02 (Pop‑up)
Bohren & Der Club of Gore  Zombies Never Die (Blues)   Options Beileid    1:03:02 (Pop‑up)
Lou Champagne System  Silent Walking   Options No Visible Means    1:10:26 (Pop‑up)
Jealousy  Night Stalking   Options Viles  gonna be live on Keili's show soon  1:17:08 (Pop‑up)
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Hey Tonight (Das Traktor remix)   Options   oh shit, has someone done this already??? the playlist autosuggested the title  1:35:02 (Pop‑up)
Yamantaka / Sonic Titan  Reverse Crystal // Murder of a Spider   Options YT//ST    1:44:13 (Pop‑up)
Ed Spencer  Pretty Polly   Options V/a, Traditional Music from Grayson and Carroll Counties, Virginia    1:50:06 (Pop‑up)
Jonathan Halper  Leaving My Old Life Behind   Options 7", songs from Kenneth Anger's 1968 "Puce Moment" short    1:51:26 (Pop‑up)
Matt "MV" Valentine  Ease My Eyes   Options What I Became    1:54:34 (Pop‑up)
Kourosh Yaghmaei  Ghazal   Options Back from the Brink: Pre-Revolution Psychedelic Rock from Iran 1973-1979    2:01:44 (Pop‑up)
Grimble Grumble  It's a Rainy Day, Sunshine Girl   Options September Sun  cover: Faust  2:06:56 (Pop‑up)
Swara Samrat  Walkin' On The Beach   Options Lottery Of Memories    2:20:00 (Pop‑up)
Alias  Boom Boom Boom   Options Fever Dream    2:26:49 (Pop‑up)
Martin Dupont  Hot Paradox   Options Hot Paradox    2:31:14 (Pop‑up)
The Cars  It's All I Can Do   Options     2:36:07 (Pop‑up)
Rheingold  Rendezvous   Options S/t, 1980    2:39:37 (Pop‑up)
The McGoohans  Arson: The Flames of Passion   Options V/a, Krypton Ten: Christchurch 1981-1987    2:43:57 (Pop‑up)
Lüger   Shirokovsky Pallasite II   Options Concrete Light  get it on the FMA   2:47:25 (Pop‑up)
Friz Be  I Throw Punches   Options V/a, Life in the Future: Swedish Postpunk & Synthwave, 79-87    2:52:51 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  Mon. 9/26/11 3:05pm don:

yo scott, ya hobo
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:05pm Scott W:

hey Don, ya boho
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:08pm Looms:

hobo boho boo hoo woop poop pe doo!
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:09pm glenn:

what looms said.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:09pm don:

looms blooms !
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:10pm hubba:

MONDAY MONDAY MONDAY (in a monster truck voice)...

hello everyone
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:11pm northguineahills:

very nice start.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:14pm glenn:

have you noticed that monster truck voice and stripper d.j. voice are the same?
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:15pm BSI:

  Mon. 9/26/11 3:16pm Carmichael:

Hi Scott and citizens.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:18pm hubba:

Getting that Blue Velvet vibe...
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:19pm PAS Musique:

Wow...just wow...Scott you hit BSI's request right on the nose.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:19pm BSI:

All is right with the world.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:21pm Carmichael:

Big build-up to the 1st verse, eh .....
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:22pm Ike:

Wow, that was a great request, Mr. BSI!
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:22pm still b/p:

Traktor plows the field and grants great bounty....a giant reap for mankind.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:25pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Scott, your show so far is like a psychic mirror of my psyche, at least in my mind's current incarnation.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:25pm Carmichael:

Gary War's music is suddenly making sense to me now.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:25pm hubba:

Boz Scaggs "Let it Happen"... that was my weekend jam, and this plowed and planted version of "Fool(...)" is making me feel like my memory is not as submerged as I would like, thus the flashing purple just to my peripheral... it keeps disappearing when i turn to look.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:27pm glenn:

what hubba said. (i think)
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:28pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

well hey there...didn't realize it was after 3.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:30pm don:

well one thing seems clear... scott must have eaten his wheaties today.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:32pm Bob Szlicky:

Howzabout some System 7?
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:33pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

If I find a box of Wheaties with Scott's picture on it...I'll know the world has changed for the better.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:34pm northguineahills:

Need to remember get me this Field album.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:36pm Brian in UK:

Hello Boss & groovers. It takes a special skill to make Monday feel like a Friday but you manage it with ease.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:36pm Scott W:

my fave Field thing was the Primavera Sound afterparty that ended up at the FMU tent while we aired the live Field set. vid: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2010/06/primavera-sound-2010-ends-with-6am-dance-party-at-wfmu-tent.html
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:36pm still b/p:

"Breakfast of Jampions!"
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:37pm glenn:

northguineahills - don't forget to get this field album.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:38pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

ha, I forgot about this tune!
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:39pm Cecile:

man, Blues Image isn't a bad blue-rock album and you can always find a good copy for a buck.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:39pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Dammit, Scott! This Blues Image song is in my head at least twice a week. GET OUT OF MY BRAIN. But keep playing this song. I like it.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:39pm Bob Szlicky:

I'd forgotten about the right channel.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:40pm Scott W:

you take out the left channel and the drums & bass fucking kill!
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:40pm Carmichael:

I've never stopped liking Blues Image and Captain Beyond.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:40pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

stick it in the wrong channel!
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:40pm Captain:

60"s AM. Transistor Radio Lives!
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:41pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

you should take a day and play nothing but bands called "Blues ....". You can stick ANY word after Blues and make a band.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:41pm glenn:

i can see clay singing ride captain ride w/ the hoof and mouth.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:42pm Bo Diddit:

@DCE that's what she said
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:42pm Chris from DC:

The first Capt Beyond is a great record.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:42pm Lewis:

what @glenn said!!
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:43pm glenn:

blues shitstorm?
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:43pm Cecile:

Blues Turnip
Blues Stapler
Blues Umami
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:43pm Wendy del Formaggio:

What @ Lewis said!
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:43pm hubba:

Blues Kluez
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:43pm Bob Szlicky:

Blues Not
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:44pm Cecile:

What all ya'll said
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:44pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

@ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:44pm Brian in UK:

Wendy, had some lovely relaxed tellegio earlier.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:44pm glenn:

blues antidisestablishmentarianism?
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:45pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

scrap all that, my new band name is "Relaxed Tellegio"
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:46pm yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

so hey, wha happening?
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:46pm Cecile:

Blues Banned.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:46pm Carmichael:

DCE, don't tell me Buckets of God broke up already?!?
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:46pm Bob Szlicky:

Blew Snot
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:46pm glenn:

shouldn't arms and legs do a gig with heads, hands and feet? if they were to get back to together again, of course.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:47pm hubba:

@glenn - do you have kids? or do you just like Doofenschmirtz?
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:47pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I'm writin' that one down too Carmichael
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:47pm glenn:

with elbow opening.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:48pm glenn:

  Mon. 9/26/11 3:49pm Brian in UK:

Blossom Toes? Spring Heel Jack?
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:49pm still b/p:

Blues Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:50pm hubba:

"blues 'antidisestablishmentarianism'?"

We watch a lot of Phineas and Ferb in our house, thought this was a reference from the show... guess not, oh boy, just revealed my weak spot for Disney programming.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:51pm Brian in UK:

Time for Vacherin soon
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:52pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian UK, what made it relaxed?
And you're right, it's almost time for Vacherin Mont d'Or! I love that cheese.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:54pm northguineahills:

This Tasaday is a real mindfuck, it a happy go lucky way.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:55pm glenn:

many years ago, it was my artsy fartsy socialist softball team's rallying cry.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:55pm Carmichael:

Time for Saccharin soon.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:56pm northguineahills:

My favorite new drink: Mescal w/ grapefruit juice. Simple, and the smokiness of the mezcal goes well w/ the sour citrusness of the grapefruit juice.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:57pm glenn:

how's about some clothbound cheddar? ttp://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/food-and-wine/trends/cheese/thats-a-wrap-clothbound-cheddar-is-back-in-style/article2173048/print/
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:59pm Brian in UK:

Wendy, it was just ripe and luscious. I've been reading Patrick Rance's book on French cheeses. It is a real eyeopener. This was in the mid 80s and he travelled all over France detailling their cheeses. A hero. The first day for making Vacherin is August 15th & last is March 30th.
  Mon. 9/26/11 3:59pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

mescal is not hallucinogenic at all, is it?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:00pm hubba:

I guess it is a long word, and people like that; I know I do - wiki chum:
"A slightly longer but less commonly accepted variant of the word can be found in the Duke Ellington song "You're Just an Old Antidisestablishmentarianismist""
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:01pm Wendy del Formaggio:

glenn! This is incredible, thank you! I'm in the midst of reading Kindstedt's other book ("American Farmstead Cheese") and am psyched he's coming out with another one. I also did not know that about the trans-Atlantic clothbound trend. Holy crap. A third thing, Bravo to Canadian cheesemakers. I have been saying for about a year: I predict Canada is the next hotbed of artisan cheesemaking.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:01pm BSI:

neh, DCE. It is, however, perhaps the thing I miss most about Tucson: the variety of mescal..... It is to tequila what scotch is to whiskey, flavorwise. Awesome stuff.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:02pm BSI:

oh, and never consumed no damned gusanos. My escape route = vegetarian. That thing counts as meat.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:02pm northguineahills:

Mezcal Is basically Tequilla made outside the state of Jalisco. The main difference is that it's smoked for a week or longer while buried which gives it its distinctive smokey flavor.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:02pm Brian:

Blessed are the cheesemakers for they shall inhert the earth
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:02pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian, where on earth did you get a copy of Patrick Rance's French cheese book, you lucky f@#$er! It's long out-of-print and if one can find it in the USA, even a ratty copy will set a person back about $140. I've coveted that book since I first heard of its existence.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:03pm Looms:

hed is dead
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:04pm Brian:

Should have got out whilst he was a hed
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:06pm glenn:

i humbly and proudly agree. now if we could get the government to change it's rules in re: raw milk, we could make some truly spectacular stuff.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:08pm Cecile:

I am of two minds. I love all cheese, but I 'm not a fan of listeria.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:10pm Brian in UK:

Wendy, I was lucky. There are two currently on Amazon.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:11pm glenn:

the number of people who get sick from eating raw milk cheeses is so low as to be almost uncountable. besides, i have gotten food poisoning from a falafel not once, but twice. so really, is anything safe?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:12pm Ike:

I just found out that this program goes really well with naengmyun.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:12pm northguineahills:

The only place in NYC where I can get decent Mezcal is Astor Place Liquors (Astor Place & Broadway). You can usually find a decent selection and fine Mexican restaurants as well.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:12pm Scott W:

that makes me happy ike
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:14pm glenn:

not the same falafel, i hasten to add.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:14pm Brian in UK:

Wendy or this
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:15pm northguineahills:

Another favorite drink, Green Tea w/ popped rice and Vodka infused w/ Bison Grass.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:16pm yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

Lou Champagne is neat. http://bluetvset.blogspot.com/2009/07/lou-champagne-system-no-visible-means.html
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:17pm northguineahills:

@glenn: I've also have contracted food poisoning from falafel.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:17pm glenn:

high five, brutha!
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:18pm glenn:

i thought i was the only one.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:19pm BSI:

Both of y'all get down here to Amsterdam Falafel in DC. Let the healing begin!
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:19pm Carmichael:

@ngh: The brewery I hang out at now makes hard apple cider mixed with agave. Fine stuff, I'm here to tell ya.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:19pm yair yona (tel aviv, Earth):

you guys need to have falafel here in tel aviv
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:20pm Cecile:

Well, I don't trust the raw milk in the midwest. We had a spate of peple get very ill from it recently.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:20pm glenn:

b.t.w, cecile, with goat and sheep milk, there is absolutely no chance of listeria.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:20pm Wendy del Formaggio:

glenn, I don't want to completely take over Scott's comments page with my soap-box diatribe regarding the ridiculous attitude toward raw milk cheeses, so let me keep it brief and say: YES, I agree. Since 1948, there have been ZERO reported cases of contamination of raw milk cheeses aged 60+ days, and this is according, in part, to reports issued by the US Centers for Disease Control. You're less safe, statistically, eating processed deli meat or fresh produce, esp if you're trying to avoid listeriosis. Okay, I'm backing off the soap-box now.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:21pm Cecile:

Well, that's good.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:22pm Wendy del Formaggio:

glenn, where did you get your info regarding listeriosis and sheep or goat milk? I have never heard this and doubt its veracity.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:23pm BSI:

Cheers on the Jealousy track.
Purest nectar of the floating jelly, this.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:24pm Cecile:

I'll eat 60 day plus aged raw milk cheese. No problem. I have, actually.

I'm just concerned about the state of raw milk here in the Midwest, which if I was going to eat less than 60 day old cheese, would be the place.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:25pm Cecile:

Anyway, how about those Detroit Lions?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:25pm glenn:

hmmmm. i think from a friend of mine who became a cheesemaker, but it may have been one of those little kernels of information floating around that you pick up.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:25pm northguineahills:

I pretty much use agave as a sugar substitute since my GI tract hates most things sweet, and unfortunately, dairy as well :(
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:27pm Brian in UK:

I'm brucellosis accredited.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:28pm hubba:

I made these killer BBQ'd Chicago style polish sausages wrapped with hickory smoked bacon and dressed with german kraut (peppercorns and smoke bacon bits) that snuggled intoin a hoagie roll that had been oven baked and stuffed with mozzarella, cheddar, and parmasean cheese, yogurt butter and crushed garlic... wash it down with some Mad River Jamiaca Sunset IPA... it hurt my chest as I zoen dout watching the Bears lose.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:28pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Cecile, it's illegal in the USA to sell raw milk cheese aged fewer than 60 days. Unless you know a cheesemaker and have seen their facility, and you know for certain they have a HACCP and a SSOP (ask them what that means, it's not worth going into here), and their facility is spotless, do not eat their illegal cheese. As much as I think the raw milk law should be changed, it doesn't mean we should be foolhardy. Then again, unless you are an infant, elderly or with a compromised immune system, listeriosis won't kill you. Neither will E.Coli, but who wants either of those?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:28pm Carmichael:

When I sampled that cider, I instantly felt the pang of tequila taste. Or the memory of what I would do right after the tequila taste(s).
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:29pm glenn:

3 and 0 for the first time since, what is it, 1948?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:29pm hubba:

I think i'm having a mild stroke...
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:29pm Cecile:

they won more games in three weeks than they did in all of 2009.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:29pm hubba:

no, 3-0, first time since 1980
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:30pm Wendy del Formaggio:

glenn, it's not true, and it's not a good idea to offer info like that without verifying its accuracy. Cf. http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm211207.htm
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:30pm Cecile:

yeah, glenn. They've had a horrendous 20 years or so...
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:30pm glenn:

the lions and the bills are directly responsible for ruining everybody's pool.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:31pm glenn:

wendy, you are correct. i shall try to find the info, if i can.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:31pm hubba:

ahem, the Lions are not that sad... no pity party ofr them... they had Barr Sanders, they've been building a good team for a few years now... it is a matter of Stafford staying healthy, which he has not.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:31pm Brian in UK:

You fancy a drink
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:31pm Cecile:

Good for them.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:33pm hubba:

Cecile, are you not a Vikings fan?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:33pm Wendy del Formaggio:

glenn, sure thing! Working in the industry as long as I have, I've heard and probably spread my share of incorrect info. It happens.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:35pm glenn:

i can also heartily endorse everything made at fifthtown dairy.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:35pm Carmichael:

Stafford & his go-to WR have vaulted me into 1st place in my fantasy league. I took a blind shot and it has so far paid off.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:36pm hubba:

my buddy is the cheese buyer for the natrual foods co-op here in town, yeah, we've only got one... but i don't normally buy lots of cheese, it is all a bit too expensive... with records, beer, and child care... something has to give...
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:36pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I don't mind football...but only watch it when there's ABSOLUTELY nothing else to do. Like, a very hungover Sunday afternoon in early December or January.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:36pm Cecile:

We weren't pitying them, actually. We were pleased with their record.

Although they have sucked mightly recently
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:37pm hubba:

"go-to" WR is Calvin Johnson? That guy is pretty amazing, catches just about everything.. I've been a football fan since I was little kid living in rural Wisconsin...
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:37pm Brian in UK:

Cricket anyone?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:38pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian, thanks for the link to the Rance book. I might have to order one!
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:38pm hubba:

Well, they'll need some pity when they drop below.500...

anyway, a relative correlation between my love of football and music, and it paralelles most of my other market activites... Super Bowl Shuffle, nuff said.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:39pm hubba:

Is this Andrew WK?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:40pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  Mon. 9/26/11 4:40pm hubba:

This is so rad... you rule Scott!
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:40pm R I S K Y:

  Mon. 9/26/11 4:41pm BSI:

that opening CCR loop could've gone on for hours. And no, I'm not kidding. Why do you ask? EH? EHHNNHH!??!
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:41pm glenn:

this is also a good book.
Cheesemonger A Life on the Wedge
by Gordon Edgar
"Gordon Edgar, punkster turned cheesemonger, has a knack for telling stories and crams his passion, wry humor, and knowledge into every page".
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:41pm Ike:

I was really worried when you said "here comes Creedence," but my fears were unfounded. This is excellent.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:41pm Carmichael:

Dontcha ... dontcha ..... dontcha .....
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:42pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh thank god they finally made it to the 2nd chord in the damn song! oh sweet release
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:42pm lulu:

scott, you are so weird.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:43pm Brass Knuckles:

Oh christ. This is awful.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:43pm Brian in UK:

Wendy you will not regret it. Although it is 25 years+ old the principles are the same. The large factories are pasturising and the 'little guys' doing it naturally in back sheds. Well you know what I mean. Even Morbier uses vegetable extract not ash anymore.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:43pm glenn:

creedence IS excellent. period. full stop. except for proud mary and willy and the poor boys. also their biggest hits. coincidence?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:43pm Wendy del Formaggio:

glenn, indeed it is! Gordon is my friend :-)
He mentions me in his book, too, very briefly. Don't blink or you'll miss it. haha
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:43pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

scott, you are so wired.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:44pm Carmichael:

I could see myself shakin' to this on the dance floor.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:45pm still b/p:

This is a chuckle, but can't replace today's Traktored version of Fool If You Think It's Over as righteous special low-light moment mood music. Know'm sayin'?
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:45pm Fredericks:

I like Creedence, interruptions and repetition. I am happy Scott. Thanks.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:45pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Brian, for real?!? Gah! How hard is it to burn stuff?!? Bad Morbier makers!
I did have the Rance book in my hands for a brief moment when I was helping a former (asshole) boss write his cheese book. He had a copy held together by rubber bands! haha. Don't ask me about my former boss's cheese book, please. It doesn't deserve mentioning by name.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:45pm glenn:

well, it's a great book, although to be honest, i found it had not so much to do with cheese as with life and shit.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:46pm Carmichael:

Man, think what you could do with Long As I Can See the Light.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:47pm pgw in mntclr:

i always wished this song was closer in length to their version of "grapevine"
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:49pm Brian in UK:

Wendy. Order it. Let Santa come early with the Vacherin and Sercial.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:49pm R I S K Y:

  Mon. 9/26/11 4:55pm Brian in UK:

Now that's what I call brevity.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:56pm still b/p:

Guy I knew when I was 14 insisted that everyone -- EVERYONE -- had a copy of Cosmo's Factory at home. Not that they should have...they already DID have. Everyone.
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:57pm Carmichael:

Wow, a 7' LP! :-)
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:58pm Scott W:

nice catch carm
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:58pm Wendy del Formaggio:

"Puce Moment" is today's winner for two consecutive, adjoining words. Help! I'm having a Puce Moment!
  Mon. 9/26/11 4:58pm Carmichael:

BSI, you had to 1st have Bayou Country. Or forget about ever being cool.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:00pm Brian in UK:

'Be Seeing You' Patrick McGoohan in The Prisoner.
Adios Amigos.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:00pm BSI:

Me? Whut? Do I get points for having to google "Bayou Country" to find out what it was?
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:01pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I think he thought you thought you were thinking of still b/p though
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:02pm BSI:

...of course I've never been burdened with being cool, so there's that...
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:02pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I wish there was a key for "does not equal"
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:03pm Carmichael:

Oops, sorry BSI. SBP posted the remark I was commenting on. It was Creedence's hmmm ... 2nd album I think. It had Suzie Q and another looong rocker on it. Put a Spell On You? It was de rigeur.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:03pm hubba:

you can assign a key to make the equal sign with a line through it... MOOOOVE!
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:04pm BSI:

Where I was, you'd be run out of school on a meat-hook if you didn't have a copy of Kiss ALIVE at home. The cool-police were very strict about these things.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:04pm hubba:

This is a great MV track
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:05pm glenn:

kiss. ptooie.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:07pm hubba:

well, a tape copy of Purple Rain and Flashdance sdtk's were standard issue in the cow town i dwelled (I don't really know, still sheltered to this day)...

other me: "don't know where ya'll grew up, but round these parts it was Bon Jovi's New Jersey and GNR Appetite..."
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:08pm BSI:

I tried to drink the KISS kool-aid in those days but just couldn't get there. I was lost in the deep K-hole of QUEEN II and the second electric light orchestra LP. It was, it's fair to say, a complicated childhood.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:12pm glenn:

fargo rock city pretty much sums it up.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:12pm northguineahills:

Wow, never seen this Grimble Grumble album. I'm just aware of the one 10" they put out 15 years ago.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:12pm hubba:

Scott, in the future, what would it be like to put Faust's original through Traktor... possibilities...
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:13pm Scott W:

ngh, that was a big fave of mine back in the overnite 90s! This is the 1st I'm hearing form em since then - this is new. they're prolly coming to nyc in november
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:14pm Scott W:

hubba, isn't it bad enough i tried to do it w/ hoof & mouth a buncha years back?
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:15pm hubba:

...or, when we can get neutrinos out of a 25 cent machine, we can go back in time and give Traktor to Uwe and Co.... I don't know, suppose you may be right on... seems like only marginal stuff gets the traktor treatment
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:17pm Chris from DC:

Wondered what happened to Grimble Grumble. Those early records in particular, whew.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:22pm hubba:

Playlist for Oct 21, 1997: Grimble Grumble "Future: The Only Point Of Entry" Om Mani Pad Me Hum, 10" Ep
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:25pm Scott W:

Nah, I put good stuff in traktor plenty! i think it might be a good idea - at least fun
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:27pm Carmichael:

Traktor is good for ramming stuff into each other, like a musical particle accelerator. Especially 2 songs that don't play well together.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:28pm hubba:

no complaints from me... it seems like the idea of Rainy Day in ?Traktor is closer to an idea i have about a disco edit of the track... so far, I think the closest someone said, Duane (?), was Palooski's Mother Sky edit...

I just do the consuming... "excuse me sir, one culture on a silver plaer please!?"
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:29pm hubba:

damn it "platter" and I'm a technical writer (not really)
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:34pm BSI:

Westbam's mutation of Can's I WANT MORE was so subtle it was almost un-mutated...
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:40pm Lance Bergen:

The Cars?

Surprised, but by no means disappointed.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:42pm Scott W:

yeah, seems to fit. good song too
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:42pm Carmichael:

Yes, a good segue from the Dupont song.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:43pm Cecile:

I was a huge 3 Dog Night fan before I got into rock/disco/whatever.. They turned me on to Nilsson and Randy Newman, so there you go. Also the Happy Time Records Singers singing things like cowboy songs and the sountrack to Dr. Doolitle.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:45pm Cecile:

My entire kiss collection was bought in my 20s for 50 cents - Kiss Alive and Double Platinum.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:47pm hubba:

That's highway robbery!!!
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:47pm Carmichael:

I learned about different songwriters via 3 Dog Night. And, like everyone alse my age, my parents had all the Tijuana Brass LPs. Mitch Miller singalong stuff, too. I was faced with a lot of stark musical choices as a kid.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:48pm hubba:

Now, The Times "I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape..."
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:48pm glenn:

if you'd put it in the bank, why, with the magic of compound interest you could now afford some good cheese. or maybe not, come to think of it.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:49pm Cecile:

Oh, yes. The Tijuana Brass. Charley Pride. Glenn Campbell. The Carpenters. The twin pianos of Ferrante and Teicher.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:49pm glenn:

then again, kiss was pretty cheesy.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:50pm Cecile:

That Krypton Ten album is just a tease - only 300 copies press and sold out all over the world.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:50pm Cecile:

They were silly. I enjoyed that era. Then the solo albums and whatnot, I was pretty much over them.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:52pm moose:

I just looked at my Empire State Building lighting-color 'widget' and it says tonight it's lit up blue and red "In honor of Family Day, a Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children."
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:53pm hubba:

I wonder if eating your children would work instead? Times are tough...
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:55pm BSI:

nice umlaut.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:55pm moose:

Just seems weird to me in lots of ways! (Not that I have children)
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:55pm Carmichael:

I saw a promo for that Gene Simmons show. Yikes! The guy looks like the Geico caveman.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:55pm Scott W:

yeah, i thought so too
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:55pm Parq:

Tough times don't last; tough children don't taste very good.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:55pm Scott W:

  Mon. 9/26/11 5:56pm Cecile:

Scott, does anyone on know the people who put out the Krypton Ten records? Any chance of a repress? That's an era and a place I'm pretty fanatic about.

Every day should be family day.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:56pm david from ks:

,,,,,,,,,yow! rock music,,,
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:57pm BSI:

  Mon. 9/26/11 5:57pm Jonathan Swift:

Eating your kids. Works for me.
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:57pm Scott W:

Cecile, check w/ BT - I dunno, sorry
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:58pm Cecile:

Thanks, Scott!
  Mon. 9/26/11 5:58pm Deeeeeeeeee:

You WFMU DJ's and yr sultry voices... MMMMM. Driving around before and heard the Das Traktor remix of Hey Tonight, perfect for cruising around!
  Mon. 9/26/11 6:00pm hubba:

Cecile, Unwucht (Germany)
  Mon. 9/26/11 6:01pm Carmichael:

Cecile: Onset Offset Records, Christchurch. No personal information.
  Mon. 9/26/11 6:01pm Looms:

Thanks, see ya!
  Mon. 9/26/11 6:01pm Carmichael:

Thanks, Scott!!
  Mon. 9/26/11 6:01pm Cecile:

I know. Pressing of 330. SOLD OUT everywhere.
  Mon. 9/26/11 6:02pm hubba:

Ritchie Venus label?
  Mon. 9/26/11 6:02pm Cecile:

I'll drop them a line, thanks!
  Mon. 9/26/11 6:02pm hubba:

Unwucht did the 2011 reissue, orig on the ritchei Venus headed label, Onset Offset.... check discogs!
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