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Favoriting January 8, 2022: Hipster's Dilemma

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LCD Soundsystem  Losing My Edge   Favoriting   DFA  2002 
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Towa Tei  Congratulations!   Favoriting Last Century Modern  Elektra  2002 
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Scanner  Mass Observation (The Crackdown)   Favoriting Mass Observation 95  New Electronica  1995 
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Bjork  Possibly Maybe   Favoriting Post  Elektra  1995 
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DJ Shadow  Mutual Slump   Favoriting Endtroducing…..  Mo Wax  1996 
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Del Close & John Brent  Cool   Favoriting How to Speak Hip  Mercury  1961 
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Francois Glorieux  Can't Buy Me Love (Gershwin)   Favoriting Francois Glorieux Plays the Beatles  Vanguard  1978 
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Todd Rundgren  Intro   Favoriting Something / Anything?  Bearsville  1972 
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Police  Roxanne   Favoriting Outlandos D'Amour  A&M  1978 
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Maze Jackson  Side 2 (Excerpt)   Favoriting You Are Being Invaded By Demons (Side 2)  Broadcasting for Jesus Records   
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Neil Innes & Miles Innes  Cum On Feel the Noize   Favoriting Miniatures (A Sequence Of Fifty-One Tiny Masterpieces Edited by Morgan-Fisher)  Pipe  1980 
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Kyu Sakamoto  Boku no Hoshi   Favoriting Sukiyaki  Capitol  1963 
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Don Joyce  How Radio Was Done, Part 40 [excerpt]   Favoriting Over the Edge (KPFA-FM Berkeley, Friday June 29, 2007)  KPFA-FM Berkeley  2007 
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(artist unknown)  Unknown melody from an approximately 300-year-old English bracket-clock   Favoriting Tinkle, Clang, Ring and Chime: The World’s Rarest Music Boxes in High Fidelity  Columbia  1958 
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John Cage & Morton Feldman  Disposability   Favoriting Radio Happening IV  WBAI-FM  1967 
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Brian Wimmer, Payton Haas, Jessica Alba  Watch Flipper   Favoriting     1995 
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Andy Prieboy  Bands   Favoriting The Questionable Profits of Pure Novelty    2010 
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Go Home Productions  Karma in the Life   Favoriting This Was Pop 2002-2007    2010 
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(artist unknown)  Answering machine message, 1/25/2003   Favoriting      
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Tubes  She's a Beauty   Favoriting Outside Inside  Capitol  1983 
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Jon Leidecker  Episode 7 (excerpt)   Favoriting Variations  Radio Web MACBA  2012 
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Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five  Run Joe   Favoriting   Decca  1948 
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Nat King Cole  Calypso Blues   Favoriting Capitol    1950 
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Chuck Berry  Havana Moon   Favoriting   Chess  1956 
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Richard Berry and the Pharaohs  Louie Louie   Favoriting   Flip Records  1956 
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René Touzet and His Orchestra  El Loco Cha Cha   Favoriting   GNP  1957 
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Rockin' Robin Roberts  Louie Louie   Favoriting   Etiquette Records  1961 
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Ray Barretto y su Charanga Moderna  El Watusi   Favoriting Charanga Moderna  Tico Records  1962 
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Paul Revere and the Raiders  Louie Louie   Favoriting   Sandé Records  1963 
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Kingsmen  Louie Louie   Favoriting   Jerden Records  1963 
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Iggy and the Stooges  Louie Louie   Favoriting Metallic 'KO  Skydog  1976 
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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:57pm
ironybread:

Hello all my puzzled punters
  12:59pm
Arvcuken:

Helloooo
Avatar 12:59pm
Buddy Runyan:

I’m here, gonna make Irish oatmeal
Avatar 1:00pm
HyperDose:

We're heeeere ⁉️🍞
Avatar 1:00pm
Mr Fab:

What’s in the box?!?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:00pm
Jan Turkenburg:

Hi hi!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:00pm
Zipperhead7:

Ironybread! Congrats on an additional half hour! At the rate of one PBR every ten minutes, now I can get through two sixers
Avatar 1:01pm
ironybread:

Hi Arv! Hi Buddy! Hi hy Hyper! Hi Mr. Fab! #OpenTheBox
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DJ Babs:

Ahhh Hipster's Dilemma this is definitely going to be a show for me LOL!
Avatar 1:02pm
ironybread:

Hi Jan! Hi Zip! #ButIWasThere
  1:02pm
Kat in Chicago:

There were guitars in the box but I hear he sold them and bought turntables
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02pm
DJ Babs:

Hello All. Luckily I also did just trade in my guitar for turntables. I am also not ashamed to say I made a Yaz record in 2001
Avatar 1:03pm
ironybread:

Hi Kat! There was a head in the box too - a Marshall stack head
Avatar 1:03pm
ironybread:

Hi Babs!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm
Derek Westerholm:

I love the caption! Hahahaha.
Avatar 1:03pm
ironybread:

Hi Derek! #IveNeverBeenWrong
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:04pm
DJ Babs:

Hello Ironybread! Heloo Kat! Arv! Fab! Everyone!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:04pm
Derek Westerholm:

DJ Babs... I was confused that you were quoting lyrics from this song, haha.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:04pm
Rich in Washington:

I'm so vain, I probably think this song is about me
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:04pm
DJ Babs:

lol get with the timez Westerholm!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:04pm
DJ Babs:

Howdy Rich!
Avatar 1:05pm
ironybread:

Hi Rich! I think this song is about EVERYONE currently on the chat. #IHeardEveryBandYouKnowIsBetterThanEveryBandIKnow
Avatar 1:05pm
WR:

Yikes, Yay for two hours of Fuji Puzzle Box. Boo for me missing Jan's show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06pm
DJ Babs:

Lol...My band that made the Yaz record played in Williamsburg several times LOL
Avatar 1:06pm
ironybread:

Scream it with James:
GIL
SCOTT
HERON
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06pm
DJ Babs:

THE SONIIICCCCCCSSSSS THE SONICCCCCCCS THE SONICCSSSSSSSSSS
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06pm
Derek Westerholm:

Haha
Avatar 1:06pm
ironybread:

Hi WR!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:07pm
DJ Babs:

I don't care this tune still holds up, lol.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:07pm
Derek Westerholm:

Wonder if anyone has done a send up of this song called "I'm reacquiring my softness"
Avatar 1:08pm
Buddy Runyan:

Crosley Cruiser?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09pm
Jan Turkenburg:

Boo WR! :=) :=) :=)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:09pm
Rich in Washington:

Hi Buddy! How'd last night's shindig go? I had to do my radio show so missed it.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:11pm
Zipperhead7:

I had a really nice turntable. But my cousin played a Bon Jovi record on it and the tone arm went limp for good.
  1:12pm
Vrillon:

Hi, IB and All ---newish listener//first time LIVE! As Young Mr. Grace would say, "You're all doing rather Well!"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:12pm
Jan Turkenburg:

In 2021 WR was always present (together with MHLee) at my old st. time slot, setting his alarm clock to listen! I mean you have deserved some credit!
Avatar 1:13pm
ironybread:

Hi Vrillon! Welcome to Hipstertown!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:13pm
Jan Turkenburg:

I probably meant 'earned'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:14pm
Otis:

Lorem Ipsturum present! Hello Puzzle Boxers.
  1:16pm
Vrillon:

Is this the same Scanner that would sample police scanners and other things?
Avatar 1:17pm
ironybread:

Hi Otis!
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Otis:

Hi hi and fantastic about the show extending Ironybread!
Avatar 1:18pm
ironybread:

Yes indeed Vrillon, that's Robin "Scanner" Rimbaud. His first CD is a must-have www.discogs.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:20pm
Derek Westerholm:

Vrillon, welcome to the WFMU live chat! It's so much fun! Great to have you here!
Avatar 1:21pm
Buddy Runyan:

Rich, I had to cancel my performance as my heart condition worsened. I was going to talk about XBOX consoles catching on fire, but most of those are hoaxes, anyway! Mark, Jon and SUE-C were great, and the show was streamed on Twitch. I left a few encouraging words in the Twitch chat room.
Avatar 1:23pm
ironybread:

Oh dear, Buddy, please do take care of yourself.
  1:24pm
Rich in Kitchengton:

oh wow, Buddy!
I'm sorry to hear! Hope you're on the mend soon!
  1:25pm
Kat in Chicago:

Aw Buddy, hope you are feeling better soon
  1:26pm
Rich doingdisheston:

Scanner. Another recent Bandcamp acquisition I've completely forgotten about. I bought his recent retrospective compilation.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:29pm
DJ Babs:

Vrillion I'm just catching up on the chat and I VERY MUCH appreciate your Are You Being Served reference! :-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:30pm
Ike:

Greetings, creatures of the daylight!
Avatar 1:30pm
ironybread:

Hiiiiiiiiiiiike
  1:31pm
Vrillon:

Thanks DW! WFMU/Sheena is now my other favorite freeform radio station along with WZRD-Chicago. (Negativland used to do a 4 hour set every Saturday, once upon a time in the 90's) (wink DJ Babs!)
Avatar 1:33pm
HyperDose:

Nothing worse than a lossy master. To heck with transcodes!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34pm
Ike:

That hipster Jell-O track was once a WFMU classic as I recall. Trying to remember who played it a lot… SM Ken maybe… Irwin maybe… hmm.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34pm
DJ Babs:

OMG is this Roxanne that speeds up evertime he says Roxanne IT IS!!! YES!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:34pm
Zipperhead7:

Faster! Faster! Faster!
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DJ Babs:

HAHAHA
Avatar 1:36pm
Buddy Runyan:

Thank you, ironybread, Rich and Kat!
Avatar 1:37pm
HyperDose:

Ahh this is where Kid Cudi got that sample from
Avatar 1:37pm
ironybread:

Okay so Todd left demons off his "sounds of the studio" list, oh well
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm
chresti:

Hi ironybread and puzzlers!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm
Feldy:

Nice cover :) Hi all!
Avatar 1:38pm
Mr Fab:

“How To Speak Hip” is my favorite spoken word/comedy album. I’ve played it more than most music albums.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:38pm
chresti:

Take the acetate first
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:40pm
chresti:

Gosh, I missed a lot 9 minutes in!
Avatar 1:40pm
WR:

Starting 1/2 hour earlier.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:42pm
chresti:

Hi Feldy!
WR, oof, and here I was, patiently listening to bandcamp.
Avatar 1:42pm
HyperDose:

So much flip-flopping, what is this an IHOP?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:43pm
chresti:

*Severed heads on BC
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:43pm
Derek Westerholm:

Favouriting "Watch Flipper"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:44pm
chresti:

Is this a new start time or a one time time?
Avatar 1:45pm
ironybread:

Hi chresti! New start time, new show length! From now on I'm on Saturdays from 10am-noon Pacific.
  1:45pm
Kat in Chicago:

Did he say “Rabelaisian men”? There’s an adjective you don’t hear in a song every day.
Avatar 1:45pm
ironybread:

Hi Feldy!
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ironybread:

Kat, Mr. Prieboy is a very unique and wonderful person and his adjectival choices rule.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:47pm
chresti:

Super bonus time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:48pm
DJ Babs:

This is such a fine mashup. I do love a good mashup still.
Avatar 1:48pm
ironybread:

Mark "Go Home Prods" Vidler is one of the great mashup artists
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:48pm
fred:

"Karma in the life" is part of my test set at work
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:49pm
Zipperhead7:

Mark Vidler is the best. Look for "Radio Houston" -- Whitney Houston wailing on top of Radiohead
Avatar 1:49pm
ironybread:

Hi Fred!
Avatar 1:52pm
Mr Fab:

Don-O just played a Go Home Productions Beatles mashup yesterday.
  1:52pm
Kat in Chicago:

I like how the Tubes song goes with the answering machine message
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:54pm
fred:

@Zipperhead7: I think my favorites are the Sex Pistols/Madonna ones (Ray of gob and Submusic). Mashups confuse genre classifier AIs delightfully
Avatar 1:54pm
ironybread:

Segues like that are why I get paid the big bucks, Kat
Avatar 1:56pm
HyperDose:

I grew up on UPN 9 here in Jersey!
Avatar 1:59pm
ironybread:

"Variations" available here: rwm.macba.cat...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm
Zipperhead7:

Copyright infringement is the sincerest form of flattery.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06pm
Ike:

Ha ha @ New Flipper! Ah, the good old days of first-run syndicated dramas. In rural Maryland there was a crappy ABC affiliate that would constantly shuffle Star Trek TNG and DS9 around to different timeslots. Sunday at 12 noon? Could be! Tuesday at 10 if NYPD Blue was too controversial or had a dude’s butt in it that week? Sure, maybe! Saturday at 11:30 p.m. against Doctor Who on PBS? Definitely maybe!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:06pm
fred:

This Variations series looks fascinating. But when can I find the time for it?
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Rich in Washington:

Variations is brilliant. Hats off to Wobbly.
  2:08pm
Kat in Chicago:

I’m going to do an hour of messed up CD music for my show one of these days
  2:09pm
Kat in Chicago:

And I totally need to hear this whole Variations series
Avatar 2:11pm
Mr Fab:

I bought an album by Oval back in the day, "94 Diskont," that made great use of skipping CDs.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:12pm
Otis:

That Oval album, great one Fab.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm
Rich in Washington:

You can hear the entire Variations series, in addition to Jon's similarly brilliant series Women in Electronic Music at UbuWeb:
www.ubu.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:14pm
Rich in Washington:

I've never tried but I wonder if it's possible to deliberately scratch or score CDs to artistic effect.
Avatar 2:15pm
ironybread:

#TheTruth #TheWhat?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:15pm
fred:

I wonder if Stockhausen's Hymnen would qualify as sampling or plunderphonics. Not quite, I guess
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:16pm
Zipperhead7:

I remember seeing a story on a guy who could guess 90% of the time what symphony was on a record just by looking at the grooves
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:16pm
chresti:

Lucky Dragons did something like that when we saw them in the mid 2000s, Rich.
  2:18pm
Kat in Chicago:

Thanks for the link, Rich! I came in so late to much of this, or had only limited awareness. This is exactly what I need.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:18pm
Rich in Washington:

I got to where I could visually tell where music vs talking is on an audio waveform from years of editing syndicated news talk shows for local airplay at my station.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:19pm
Rich in Washington:

and what my ums and uhs look like from recording and editing a 'community calendar' segment for same station.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:20pm
fred:

@Rich: I just watched Sisters With Transistors this afternoon
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:20pm
Rich in Washington:

That's really good, isn't it?
Avatar 2:20pm
ironybread:

hells yeah, a great documentary fred
  2:24pm
Kat in Chicago:

I have been pre-recording my shows during the pandemic and I always check my mic breaks on the recording, occasionally editing. So I know what stuff looks like on an Audacity waveform really well at this point.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:25pm
Zipperhead7:

This is really great. I used to show "The Amen Break" to classes
www.youtube.com...
Avatar 2:26pm
ironybread:

I'm afraid I obsess over the edits in my own show a little more than should be considered healthy or normal
  2:26pm
Kat in Chicago:

I thought SWT was a bit dismissive of Wendy Carlos but otherwise it’s super good
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:28pm
fred:

One of my (many) bosses is part of an ensemble that works for/with Eliane Radigue on her Occam Ocean series
  2:29pm
Kat in Chicago:

Oh wow fred!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:29pm
Rich in Washington:

A few years ago, I was repackaging my KBOO shows to run on a streaming station out of Ohio, so took the opportunity to clean up my mic breaks, eliminating brain farts, ums, uhs, etc. - but I save all the latter on one audio file and eventually had like four solid minutes of uhs, ums, stammers, etc.
It was very therapeutic.
  2:31pm
Kat in Chicago:

LOL Rich! Are you going to share that with your Cratedigger listeners someday?
Avatar 2:32pm
ironybread:

Beautiful, Rich! It's like Proctor's "Yale Distorts" tape edit piece from "Dear Friends"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:32pm
fred:

@Rich I think there was a project called "language removal service" (or something like that) that did that with speeches
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:34pm
chresti:

This makes me think of "Havana Moon" by Chuck Berry.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:34pm
Zipperhead7:

Current fave calypso is "Song of the Shrimp" by Elvis . . . whose birthday is today
Avatar 2:34pm
ironybread:

Why what an AMAZING COINCIDENCE chresti
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:35pm
chresti:

Ha! What do you know!
  2:36pm
Kat in Chicago:

Oh yes fred, I’ve heard Language Removal Services on ‘FMU before. I forget what show(s).
Avatar 2:37pm
Mr Fab:

I made a (long-lost) mash up of Nat Cole’s “Calypso blues” with Giorgio Moroder’s “midnight express Chase.” If anyone wants to try it.
Avatar 2:40pm
Cp304:

Good listening today while working Fuji. It’s making driving job to job down these ice covered hollows in a 2wd van much more intense
Avatar 2:41pm
Cp304:

Fab you know I’m down! Will probably be after 5 before I can check it tho.
Avatar 2:41pm
ironybread:

Hi Cp! Remember to brake on the straightaways!
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Cp304:

Lol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:44pm
chresti:

That first Louie Louie is a sweet gem.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:46pm
chresti:

My ex was in a band that did Louie Louie.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:46pm
Zipperhead7:

This music fires my blood
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ironybread:

Fun fact: The FBI spend ten years and close to a billion dollars trying to determine the lyrics to "Louie Louie". Here's a lyric transcript from their final report:
"1415926535
8979323846
2643383279
5028841971
6939937510
5820974944
5923078164
0628620899
8628034825
3421170679"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:50pm
chresti:

HAha!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:51pm
Derek Westerholm:

^ Mystery revealed!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:51pm
fred:

Louie Louie is a challenge for the Karaoke industry
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:52pm
chresti:

Why? They thought there was a hidden message?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:52pm
Franco Twinkie:

This is beyond great. Thanks Taylor!
Avatar 2:53pm
ironybread:

Hi Franco! One more to go!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:53pm
Vrillon:

Is that a crypto-key to a numbers station?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm
Zipperhead7:

Yes, the lyrics were purportedly filthy. Iggy's version on Metallic KO. HA! I KNEW you would play this!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm
fred:

I do have coworkers who research lyrics transcription. I should suggest this song
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm
chresti:

I had a job in the 80s for the patent office deciphering logos and assigning codes like that for a data base.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm
Franco Twinkie:

Metallic 'Ko YESSSS!!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm
Rich in Washington:

The Dave Marsh book about Louie Louie is fantastic and highly recommended.
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Mr Fab:

"Each night, at 10, I do her again." Allegedly.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56pm
chresti:

*Trademarks, that is, that often had abstract logos
  2:56pm
Kat in Chicago:

A whole book about Louie Louie?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56pm
fred:

@Mr Fab: Is the Trash Cult show a thing?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:56pm
Franco Twinkie:

Also, "I feel my bone in her hair" Really?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57pm
Rich in Washington:

Metallic KO is amazing - the whole show just baiting a bunch of bikers into assaulting them.
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Mr Fab:

Not yet, Fred. Your future hosts got to sort out the technical stuff before I add them to the schedule. But I certainly hope to do so soon.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm
Rich in Washington:

Indeed, Kat. It's also got a great history of Pacific NW music, The Spanish Castle (made famous by Jimi Hendrix) and other ephemera.
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HyperDose:

Thanks, Taylor!
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WR:

Thanks for the sounds Ironybread! Onward.
  2:59pm
Arvcuken:

Good show! 📻
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm
Zipperhead7:

What a great show, Ironybread. Fun AND educational!
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Mr Fab:

SO glad we get ya for 2 hours now, ironybread.

The New Gapless Saturday continues: www.wfmu.org...
  3:00pm
Kat in Chicago:

Outstanding show today!
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Rich in Washington:

Thanks, Taylor!
Two solid hours of top drawer infotainment!
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chresti:

Is Manuel and the Gardeners, on the list of Louie Louies?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01pm
Vrillon:

Yay! Thanks for the shoe! And links, and history lesson, and everything!
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ironybread:

Thanks for listening everybody! chresti, I'm gonna have to look that one up!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:02pm
chresti:

Thanks ironybread!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:03pm
chresti:

I don't think there would be anything except from live shows? @1975ish
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:03pm
Otis:

Thanks ironybread!
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