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April 23, 2007: The Precipitant Corona

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Artist Track Album Comments New Approx. start time
The Sea & Cake  Jacking the Ball   The Sea & Cake 
  0:00:00 Pop-up)
Kelley Stoltz  Rescue   Crockodials 
  0:03:43 Pop-up)
Frijid Pink  House of the Rising Sun   Frijid Pink 
  0:08:42 Pop-up)
Die Goldenen Zitronen (feat. Chicks on Speed)  Complication   Silver Monk Time - A Tribute to the Monks 2xCD    *   0:13:39 Pop-up)
Kyuss  100 Degrees   Welcome to Sky Valley 
  0:16:06 Pop-up)
Sabbath  The Mob Rules   The Dio Years  I am totally throwin' the goats right now.    0:18:46 Pop-up)
Flaming Fire  The Way You Kill Me (Blood Does Shine)   Songs from the Shining Temple  Come see Flaming Fire this Saturday in Brooklyn at WFMU's Free Music Series Kickoff!    0:21:46 Pop-up)
Foreign Legion  Happy Drunk   12"      0:25:38 Pop-up)
Coldcut (feat. Roots Manuva)  True Skool   Darko of Spank Rock's Ninja Tune RMX  compilation  *   0:29:59 Pop-up)
Sebadoh  Brand New Love   Smash Your Head on the Punk Rock 
  0:40:29 Pop-up)
Ougenweide  Es Stuont Frouwe Alliene   All Die Weil Ich Mag  German Faeriecore re-issue, 1973/74  *   0:44:24 Pop-up)
Kropotkins  Everdream   Kropotkins 
  0:49:09 Pop-up)
Elmore James  Wild About You Baby   The Legend of Elmore James 
  0:52:59 Pop-up)
Willie Rosario  Calypso Blues   Boogaloo Pow Wow  compilation  *   0:56:18 Pop-up)
DJ/Rupture (feat. Wicked Act)  No Heathen (Solo Jam Mix)   No Heathen Shockout 12" 

Also peforming this Saturday at the Southpaw show. Free!
  0:59:40 Pop-up)
The Vomit Orchestra  The Divine Conception   Antecrux    *   1:04:31 Pop-up)
The Evens  On the Face of It   The Evens 
  1:07:36 Pop-up)
Grails  Dead Vine Blues   Burning of Impurities    *   1:09:47 Pop-up)
Sly & the Family Stone  Say You Will   Small Talk 

Part of a massive (new) Sly & the Family Stone box set, which seems to include everything they ever recorded and then some...
  1:14:23 Pop-up)
Black Flag  Drinkin' & Drivin'   Wasted Again 
  1:27:03 Pop-up)
A&E  Otemoyan   Oi!    *   1:30:13 Pop-up)
Palomar  Beats Beat Nothing   All Things, Forests    *   1:32:39 Pop-up)
Pernice Brothers  Discover a Lovelier You   Discover a Lovelier You    1:36:47 Pop-up)
Colossus feat. Azeem  From the Lab   OM Hip Hop Vol. 1  compilation  *   1:40:37 Pop-up)
Ospvik & Jennings  Commuter Anthem   Commuter Anthems    *   1:44:41 Pop-up)
The Meek  How I Became a Loser   7"      1:47:53 Pop-up)
Big Dipper  Faith Healer   Boo Boo EP 
  1:50:56 Pop-up)
Jennifer Gentle  Take My Hand   The Midnight Room    *   1:53:54 Pop-up)
Dalek  Ever Somber   Absence  By request    2:03:27 Pop-up)
Roky Erickson & the Aliens  I Think of Demons   The Evil One 
  2:07:56 Pop-up)
Bessie Smith  Them's Graveyard Words   The Complete Recordings Vol. 3 
  2:10:37 Pop-up)
The Work  Dangerfish   Rubber Cage    *   2:13:34 Pop-up)
Benjamin Prosser  Sick of it All   Uncouth is the New Cool  compilation of RIM Records releases  *   2:18:02 Pop-up)
The Ponys  Shine   Turn the Lights Out 
*   2:21:36 Pop-up)
WFMU's Billy Jam & Scott Williams  Hate the Police   MP3  Dicks cover as tackled by Billy and Scott. Download it here, and watch video performances by Mudhoney and Sister Double Happiness.  *   2:25:52 Pop-up)
Sun City Girls  Radar 1941   Torch of the Mystics 
  2:27:15 Pop-up)
Poopiehead  P-Day/Pink Lawnmower   7"      2:29:50 Pop-up)
Screaming Tribesmen  Move a Little Closer   The Savage Beat of the Screaming Tribesmen      2:39:00 Pop-up)
Rolling Stones  Jiving Sister Fanny   Metamorphosis 
  2:41:43 Pop-up)
Fire of Space  Handbasket   Handbasket    *   2:44:49 Pop-up)
Hiro  Island and Empty   Shimauta Pops in the 60s-70s      2:51:31 Pop-up)
Jonathan Kane's February  BQE   I Looked at the Sun  Do I have to say it again?    2:54:53 Pop-up)

Listener comments!

  11:01pm bobby:

good music to write a boring paper on Weber to
  1:28am Steve from wisconsin:

I cannot belive it ! omg
That whole lp rocks.."country girl" "Slippin away" sign of the southern cross" are next rite? (:
Thanx mike this whole playlist is sooo good.
I will listen to this whole playlist over and over.
  4:34am Tricia not from Wisconsin:

Just wanted to see my name on a playlist :) hehe
  7:56am Steve:

Well trishia "not from wisconsin"
Ha Ha ha
So you have no comment on this playlist? I think its very good.
I went back to "ohio" but my family was gone...just humming here..Excuse me
  10:43am Druid on Route 84:

Thanks for the great grooves and smarmy humor getting me thru NY state and Connecticut.
You are the dude!
  12:26pm Andrea from Sydney:

Screaming Tribesmen? Jeez, not even Sydney "alternative" radio stations play that anymore. Once popular, now forgotten... sigh...
Play some Laughing Clowns, another obscure Australian band, "to educate the masses into oblivion", next week, pleez!
  1:57pm Mike Lupica:

Hey all, thanks for the nice words on this show. If I could go back and re-think my 6th grade opinions on DIO-era Sabbath, I'd have a few hundred words to eat... Am I really smarmy? ... And always happy to play lots of Ozztralian rock music. Andrea, I'm a HUGE Laughing Clowns/Ed Kuepper fan, FYI. In fact, I believe I played them two or three weeks ago, so take a looksie at the archives, or you can use this link:


to find other instances of them being played in the WFMU archives. Enjoy!
  12:56pm Crawford:

Hi Mike
Your show is great, I listen every week here in Scotland. Thanks especially for the introduction to George Pellecanos, I really like his writing.
  2:14pm Mike Lupica:

Thanks Crawford! And you're MORE than welcome for the Pelecanos tip... the show on which I interviewed him remains one of my proudest radio achievments. I'm up to season 3 of THE WIRE, for which he's a writer, and I can definitely pick things out of the plots there that seem like they're straight out of one of his novels. All great stuff.
  1:58pm Steve:

Dalek song is great! Can't stop listening to it. Definitely need to go back and pick up those albums.
  2:03pm Mike Lupica:

Thanks, Steve! Yeah, that's absolutely one of my favorites from their formidable arsenal. They did a great live version of it on their 2nd visit to my show. Link here:


  12:12am Hi Mike:

As for you and everybody thank you for sharing all that you know. One thing Mr Lupica on Monday night about 10:00 you played a great song that Iwasnt able to find out who they were but you played a Bowie song I think from the Heros album right after it.Could you please let me know who they were. Thank you .
  9:54am Mike Lupica:

Are you referring to my show from April 30th? If so, you can find that playlist by hitting the "Next Playlist--->" link at the bottom of this page and scanning down. If that's the show you're talking about, I believe the song in question was by the Karl Hendricks Rock Band.
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