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Options September 29, 2002: Show 160 (listen to entire show / each individual set / each individual song)

The start and end times of each song and set are exact.

Show time: 3 AM - 6 AM


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Artist Track Album Label Comments Special
 
Set 1 (Listen to this set: )
Sonny Rollins  Alfie's Theme (side B, track 1)   Options Green Dolphin Street  Pickwick  Really nice, bluesy cool post-bop with some soul. Safe.   
 
 
Mic break between Sets 1 & 2. Background music for it: (Listen to this set: )
Les Chakachas  Love is like a Violin (track 4)   Options Arriba!  RCA International  Phat, sentimental sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 2: Experimental, from floaty and warped to dark and pulsating. (Listen to this set: )
H.N.A.S.  Tonnenschwer Im Abendkleid (track 5: begun at -20:25, ended at -9:30) (Listen: )   Options Melchior  Dom  Sort of experimental acid, floaty and bit warped.   
Henry Jacob's Vortex: David Talcott  Loop Number 3 (track 7) (Listen: )   Options Electric Kabuki Mambo  Locust  Low key, quiet, spaced. Imagine it's 1957, at the planetarium in San Francisco with its extensive sound system, under the sponsorship of radio station KPFA and the California Academy of Sciences. Because it was.   
Henry Jacob's Vortex: Henry Jacobs  Electric Kabuki Mambo (track 8) (Listen: )   Options Electric Kabuki Mambo  Locust  More of an experimental, spaced, sci-fi feel.   
Phil Niblock  Didgeridoos and Don'ts (CD #1, track 2) (Listen: )   Options YPGPN  XI  YPGPN = Young People's Guide To Phil Niblock. This track: full sounding, intense, harmonic, multitracked didgeridoo solo by Ulrich Krieger.  ***  
O.S.T.  WT (track 4: ended at -0:51) (Listen: )   Options Seimlste  Qlipothic  Dark, pulsating underneath.   
 
 
Mic break between Sets 2 & 3. Background music for it: (Listen to this set: )
Les Chakachas  Love is like a Violin (track 4)   Options Arriba!  RCA International  Phat, sentimental sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 3: the old radio show portion of the evening. (Listen to this set: )
X - 1  The Parade   Options Originally broadcast May 1, 1955.  (no label)  The story: if you're a Martian, what's the best way to take over? Why, advertise, of course. An attack on the conformity of the 1950's and the uber role of advertising. The announcer: the cult announcer himself, Don Pardo.   
 
 
Mic break between Sets 3 & 4. Background music for it: (Listen to this set: )
Les Chakachas  Love is like a Violin (track 4)   Options Arriba!  RCA International  Phat, sentimental sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 4: loud, even snotty rock. (Listen to this set: )
Sourvein  bangleaf (track 1) (Listen: )   Options will to mangle  Southern Lord  Heavy, loud, slow hardcore.   
Youth Brigade  Barbed Wire (CD #1, track 6) (Listen: )   Options Twenty Years Of Dischord (various artists)  Dischord  Heavy & reverbed, sometimes slow, sometimes faster.   
Slant 6  What Kind Of Monster Are You? (CD #2, track 12) (Listen: )   Options Twenty Years Of Dischord (various artists)  Dischord  Sort of poppy punk.   
Butthole Surfers  ricky (side 1, track 3) (Listen: )   Options Double Live Album  Latino Bugger Veil  Deep, heavy garage rock. From 1989?   
Hands Of Time  Tears Me In Two (track 2: begun at -3:11) (Listen: )   Options The Great Stems Hoax (various artists)  Off The Hip  Definite homage to 1960's garage rock, with a definite feel of "I'm Not Your Stepping Stone".   
Nation of Ulysses  Spectra Sonic Sound (CD #2, track 4) (Listen: )   Options Twenty Years Of Dischord (various artists)  Dischord  Getting faster...   
Smogtown  Domesticviolenceland (track 10) (Listen: )   Options Old Skars & Upstarts 2002 (various artists)  Disaster  Solid, medium tempo punk.   
Forgotten  American Rock'n'Roll Rebellion (track 19) (Listen: )   Options Old Skars & Upstarts 2002 (various artists)  Disaster  Heavy, medium tempo, and you feel like singing along.   
Agnostic Front  I Had Enough (track 2) (Listen: )   Options Riot Riot Upstart  Epitaph  Medium+ tempo. Agnostic Front in fine form.   
N.O.T.A.  Sick Society (track 2) (Listen: )   Options Live At The Crystal Pavillion  Prank  Ever faster, the set nears its conclusion. From 1983.   
Untouchables  Nic Fit (CD #1, track 2) (Listen: )   Options Twenty Years Of Dischord (various artists)  Dischord  Short n' fast.   
 
 
Mic break between Sets 4 & 5. Background music for it: (Listen to this set: )
Les Chakachas  Love is like a Violin (track 4)   Options Arriba!  RCA International  Phat, sentimental sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   
 
 
Set 5: Psych, from delicate & beautiful to heavy psych rock. (Listen to this set: )
Cul de Sac  Blues In E (track 9: begun at -9:43) (Listen: )   Options Immortality Lessons  Strange Attractors  Delicate, quiet, beautiful.  ***  
ST 37  Flea flicker (track 7) (Listen: )   Options Frantic Search For Zero  ST 37  Getting a harder sound, but relatively relaxed and slowly outer-spaced.   
Matching Mole  March Ides II (track 7) (Listen: )   Options Smoke Signals  Cuneiform  Druggy and a bit lush, spaced and reverbed blues, very easy going. Recorded live in Europe, 1972.   
Les Rallizes Denudes  (unknown track title) (CD #1, track 5) (Listen: )   Options Les Rallizes Denudes  (no label)  A 16 minute long, slow and rhythmically fuzzed-out acid trip from the Japanese cult psych rock band.  ***  
Peacepipe  A Biker's Tune (track 5) (Listen: )   Options Peacepipe  Normal  Fuzzed-out psych/garage rock.   
ST 37  Ghosts of tempera nymphs (track 1) (Listen: )   Options The Invisible College  Overandout  Heavy, great, easy-going psych rock.  ***  
 
 
End of show mic break. Background music for it: (Listen to this set: )
Les Chakachas  Love is like a Violin (track 4)   Options Arriba!  RCA International  Phat, sentimental sound. Feels like it's the slow song at the record hop.   

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