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A yurt for the transgenred.

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Options December 6, 2014: “...the temporal shelving of our obliterature..."

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Public Enemy  Welcome to the Terrordome   Options Fear Of A Black Planet  Def Jam/Columbia  0:00:00 ()
The Disposable Heroes Of Hiphoprisy  Television, The Drug Of The Nation   Options Television The Drug Of The Nation  4th & Broadway/Island  0:04:56 ()
Curtis Mayfield  (Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below, We're All Going To Go   Options Curtis  Rhino  0:09:55 ()
Georgia Anne Muldrow  Kali Yuga   Options Seeds  eOne  0:17:33 ()
Herbie Hancock  Palm Grease   Options Thrust  Columbia  0:21:03 ()
Luther Thomas & Dizzazz  Nervous Breakdown   Options Yo' Momma  Moers Music  0:31:38 ()
La Sucursal de la Colombia  Onta tu Vida   Options Cumbia a Domicilio  Intolerancia  0:37:46 ()
Matias Aguayo  RRRRR   Options The Visitor  Comeme  0:42:02 ()
Coldcut  ETUC (Theory 0.1)   Options Everything Is Under Control  Ninja Tune  0:46:30 ()
Neil Gaiman/Dave McKean/Iain Ballamy  Signal To Noise   Options Signal To Noise  Ferul Records  1:01:55 ()
Het Metropole Orkest  Tunisia Waltz   Options La Musique Qui Fait Popp  Eigen Wijs   
The Richard Hewson Orchestra  In The Morning (Reprise)   Options Love Melody  Atco  1:50:06 ()
The Lovin' Spoonful  Lonely (Amy's Theme)   Options You're A Big Boy Now  Kama Sutra  1:52:04 ()
The Standells  All Fall Down   Options Try It  Sundazed  2:01:47 ()
The Seeds  Out Of The Question   Options Singles A's & B's 1965-1970  Big Beat  2:04:10 ()
Flamin Groovies  Evil Hearted Ada   Options Teenage Head  Buddha  2:06:23 ()
The Bama Lamas  Goin' Out   Options Going Up?  Self Released  2:09:40 ()
Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited  Triple Threat   Options Fluid Soundbox  Mai Tai  2:12:16 ()
Radian Vs. Howe Gelb  From Birth To Mortician   Options Radian Vs. Howe Gelb  Trost  2:19:59 ()
Mazzy Star  Does Someone Have Your Baby Now?   Options Seasons Of Your Day  Fontana/Rhymes Of An Hour  2:21:05 ()
Angel Olsen  Enemy   Options Burn Your Fire For No Witness  Jagjaguwar  2:25:06 ()
Vetiver  Hook & Ladder   Options Thing Of The Past  Gnomonsong  2:30:44 ()
Islaja  Laulu Jo Menneesta   Options Ulual YYY  Fonal  2:33:50 ()
Yannis Kyriakides/Andy Moor  Psyche   Options A Life Is A Billion Heartbeats  Unsounds  2:38:09 ()
Leo Kupper  Electro-Acoustic Santur (3)   Options Electro-Acoustic  Pogus Productions  2:45:17 ()
Meredith Monk  Duet For Voice And Echoplex   Options Beginnings  Tzadik  2:51:12 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Sat. 12/6/14 12:10am Frank from VT:

Power to the People!!
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:11am Tod:

I remember this tune. I think I saw these guys in Asbury Park NJ back in 92?....
     Sat. 12/6/14 12:11am rich:

good morning all,

some visuals for your straining eyes:
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:12am Ike:

I've always liked this Disposable Heroes song even though I disagree w/a lot of it. Also, I saw them live opening for U2 in 1992 or so, in a stadium. They were OK.
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:12am jeff-m:

evening Rich
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:18am Brian in New orleans:

how about "I fought the law" by the Clash. is "F--K the Police" too obvious?
     Sat. 12/6/14 12:18am rich:

ike i find it hard to believe you were at a u2 show. did you genuflect?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:18am JakeGould:

Hello there fellow rainy NYers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:19am JakeGould:

Seeing U2 in 1992 is acceptable. That’s the cusp of them being what they be now.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:19am coelacanth:

olá Rich Hazelton and dirigibles.

...As many times as i've listened to this at home, i'm glad to hear it now. (not at home)

One of the best albums of all time.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:20am JakeGould:

Rich, did you hear about this “Do The Right Thing” script reading? Was just reading it she your show started. Timing. www.vulture.com...
     Sat. 12/6/14 12:22am rich:

jake by then they had already held eno's hand and were leading him down the yellow brick road to coldplay
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:22am coelacanth:

is seeing u2 in 1983 acceptable? (or am i not as cool as my mom tells me i am?)
     Sat. 12/6/14 12:26am rich:

it's all acceptable coelcanth just that ike is someone who i have talked with about music before and u2 surprised me
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:28am Ike:

Hey, I was still in high school then. I had just escaped the influence of top-40 music a year or two before that. I went w/friends. That said, U2 was great at that show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:31am JakeGould:

I believe that U2 in their “Unforgettable Fire” and “Joshua Tree” phase was fine. Then “Achtung Baby” came out and that was… It was bearable… Then “Zooropa” came out and that’s when I remember making a decision: Screw U2. Screw Bono for going down that dippy fork in the road.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:31am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:32am coelacanth:

i was just referring to the widespread disgust for u2 in general, which i don't understand.
Sure they're boring; and maybe bono is egocentric,i don't know- but surely not more than many famous people.
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:37am Martha:

Awesome set -
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:38am rw:

Hey all! We bagging on U2?
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:39am rw:

Yes. What Martha said. Grooving around the kitchen. Washing dishes is a Friday night (or Saturday morning) ritual around here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:39am coelacanth:

...i think zooropa was their best album since war. Achtung baby & unforgettable fire were pretty good.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:40am Ike:

At the time, I loved "Achtung." Not sure what I'd think about it now. At the time, it fit in well w/other WHFS stuff (yr standard alt rock; hadn't heard anything like FMU yet). Maybe I have a weakness for that kind of anthemic bombastic stuff, since I like Arcade Fire (who are great live) much to the disgust of some commenters around here. Heh.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:41am JakeGould:

Coelacanth, to me he transitioned from being a mildly egotistical indie star in U2’s formative years to an insufferable wad beginning in the early 1990s. “Achtung Baby” was tolerably different, but that is right when they started to really become more of an arena rock band. And now their connection with Apple—like who cares if Apple gives anyone a “free” U2 album—is just another part of the problem.
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:43am jack:

I hated U2 from day one new years day
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:44am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

I think it's great Bono helps to alleviate aids in Africa. If you're going to do some notable unprecedented promotion - involving ending up on people's devices uninvited like a virus - my advise is have a notably remarkable album to do it w/. Also - there was a fine line between being an alternative to Rawk's typical Nietszchean nihilism w/ some fresh Kierkegardian faith - & being self-righteous pompous boors...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:45am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

  Sat. 12/6/14 12:46am jack:

u2 is no good
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:47am rw:

I never got it myself. Not from even the very first album. (Was it Boy?) Never made even the least bit of sense to me. Though I've had many friends who have been fans at some time or other.
Avatar Sat. 12/6/14 12:47am Frank from VT:

@Ike: I used to love WHFS back in the day. Then I moved away from B'more, and was in a wasteland of bad radio... Then I stumbled across WFMS when I was on a road trip in NJ.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:48am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I knew something had turned the day I saw the genre distinction 'Adult Alternative'...
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:48am rw:

Whew. Got that off my chest. Let's move on...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:48am coelacanth:

Jake, I don't disbelieve that. A lot of people accuse him of being out of control in the self-exalting dept. I'm not up on commercial pop culture enough to say...But he couldn't be worse than the majority of pop stars. ...And i do believe he cares,which is more than most. I hate apple/itunes,so fuck them for that! -But a lot of people would be as bad if they could be,no?
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:49am Tamar:

RRRRR! Is this your record?
     Sat. 12/6/14 12:49am rich:

no the station's
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:50am jack:

bud ice is cheap lol
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:51am coelacanth:

-it should be.
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:52am jack:

well la de da
  Sat. 12/6/14 12:53am rw:

Oh. Yeah. The kitchen. Back to cleaning. Thanks in advance Rich! Keep it funky! (Or switch it up if you want. You're the boss.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 12:55am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

R.E.M. stopped.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:00am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- fun solid set.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:01am Ike:

Heh, "adult alternative." (Or "strollercore" as BT put it.) That used to mean folk and poppy stuff like XTC & R.E.M. & even Robyn Hitchcock. Now folk is mostly banished and they edge further and further into indie, even playing some loud guitars, to attract a younger audience, probably on the advice of consultants.
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:06am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

I've got this on CD somewhere. I've not listened to this in AGES! Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:07am JakeGould:

FWIW, R.E.M. made a similar, “Screw it, we’re rock stars…” thing in the 1990s that alienated me as well. Still like that jangly 1980s and somewhat early 1990s indie stuff.
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:08am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

A reminder to the days of when I was still fully enamored by everything Neil Gaiman had his hand in.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:09am Ike:

Gaiman wrote a really great episode of Doctor Who. And then a pretty disappointing one, too.
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:10am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:13am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...yeah - earliest R.E.M. compared to that stuff...but they stopped. Love XTC - call that 'SmartPop' - love Hitchcock - he's pretty consistent, no?...Folk - ?? Irene Trudell & Jeffrey Davison play great stuff...
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:13am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

He's a better comic writer than a novelist. His short stories are great, too. But novels? Not so much.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:16am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

This SciFi Book Review podcast guy slammed NG's 'Amreican Gods' :
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:17am JakeGould:

@EyePatchFox: “He's a better comic writer than a novelist.” Indeed. But hearing things read like this makes it all good to me.
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:17am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

Well, THIS was a comic first! :D
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:18am coelacanth:

"pop":short for "popular music"; "new wave"...of what?;"alternative"...alternative to what?-everything that's not alternative?...If not for people with no musical talent (record companies;publishers;managers-etc) we wouldn't be trying to catagorise everything.
..."yes-doom". "No that's death metal"..."No it's not,it's black metal"- i'm sorry but,what a load of bullshit!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:18am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...not a bad production here...put me to bed before I misspell again...staying tuned tho...
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:18am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

Did the Scifi Book review guy say that he liked American Gods better when it was called Sandman? Because that's my opinion of it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:22am coelacanth:

...Did r.e.m. get too big for their britches,too? I know they took a sudden turn toward sucking (at automatic...),but they always seemed like good guys to me.
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:22am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

Man, the brits know how to do audio plays.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:23am JakeGould:

Whoops, sorry about that EyepatchMouse!
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:24am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

Why apologize?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:24am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

No! - he said he liked some shorter vignettes in it - but it didn't hold together...bad paraphrase my part prolly - hear it here: www.sfbrp.com...
- Brtits yeah: like some BBC4Extra stream for it sometimes
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:32am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

I listen to the Big Finish Audio productions (Doctor Who and so on), and they are beautifully produced.

Has anyone else had trouble trying to get into Welcome to Night Vale? It might be clever, but it doesn't SOUND good. I can't get into it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:37am JakeGould:

I am not 100% familiar with “Big Finish Audio” stuff, but audio production and voice actor choice means a lot to me when getting audio programs. I feel the classic radio shows always—and I mean always—got it right. Because radio production was in such high gear there was no room for nonsense. But a lot of audiobooks and even podcasts nowadays grate on me when it just sounds like some puffed up local theater troupe actor or someone else who should not have gotten a gig. This sounds greta. SO THANK YOU RICH TYPING IN UPPERCASE TO MAKE SURE THAT MESSAGE COMES THROUGH!
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 1:49am Eyepatch Fox (AKA Mister Vixen):

MAN that was good. Thanks again for playing that.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 1:50am JakeGould:

Indeed Rich. Great!
     Sat. 12/6/14 1:51am rich:

glad to be able to do so
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 2:07am BEAVO:

When will the Standells be in the area?
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 2:10am BEAVO:

They were great in Riot on the Sunset Strip with the very hot Mimsy Farmer.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 2:11am Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...that Seeds was almost scarifying like the Elevators...go to sleep Rabbit!...
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 2:14am BEAVO:

Plookin' to hard
Avatar    Sat. 12/6/14 2:17am BEAVO:

Beavo sleep nOw Still listen!
     Sat. 12/6/14 2:25am rich:

goodnight beavo and rabbit
  Sat. 12/6/14 2:27am Tamar:

And me too.
     Sat. 12/6/14 2:29am rich:

goodnight tamar, pleasant dreams
  Sat. 12/6/14 2:43am Marmalade Kitty:

Hello rich. bright and early morning here
     Sat. 12/6/14 2:46am rich:

good morning marmalade. dark and wet morning here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Sat. 12/6/14 2:51am fleep:

This looks like one for archive diving, since I just got here. So thanks in advance, Rich.

Just scrolled all the way through the comment board. Massive typing tonight, well done.
     Sat. 12/6/14 2:55am rich:

good night everyone. have a pleasant week.
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