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Options October 28, 2008: w/ live set from LAZY MAGNET
Lazy Magnet
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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Sneakers  Ruby   Options Racket  East Side Digital      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Shoes  Not Me   Options Black Vinyl Shoes  Black Vinyl      0:02:52 (Pop‑up)
Clap  Bluff 'em All   Options         0:04:59 (Pop‑up)
King Tuff  Sun Medallion   Options Was Dead        0:07:57 (Pop‑up)
J.T. IV  I Really Love You / You Know That I Love You, DOn't You   Options Cosmic Lightning  Galactic Zoo Disk    *   0:11:21 (Pop‑up)
Medusa Cyclone  Gravity Serpent   Options Medusa Cyclone  Third Gear      0:14:41 (Pop‑up)
Akimbo  Rogue   Options Jersey Shores  Neurot Recordings    *   0:18:02 (Pop‑up)
Skozey Fetisch  Metastatic Alternative #1: Mantic Assemblage   Options This, Then  Resipiscent    *   0:24:26 (Pop‑up)
Bailter Space  Colors   Options Bailter Space  Flying Nun      0:27:17 (Pop‑up)
Skull Defekts  Rhythm is the Key   Options Blood Spirits and Drums Are Singing  Conspiracy      0:37:18 (Pop‑up)
AFCGT  Penniless   Options AFCGT 10''  Dirty Knobby    *   0:41:58 (Pop‑up)
Mattress  Eyes   Options Heavy Duty  Reluctant    *   0:43:57 (Pop‑up)
Human League  The Circus of Dr Lao   Options The Golden Hour of the Future  Black Melody    *   0:49:07 (Pop‑up)
A.C. Marias  Some Thing   Options Time Was 12''  Mute      0:51:45 (Pop‑up)
Strange Games  Dada Song   Options Smotri V Oba        0:55:45 (Pop‑up)
The Noyes Brothers  Why Did It Fade   Options Sheep From Goats  Boutique    *   0:59:22 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet live at WFMU eng. 10/23/08
Lazy Magnet
Lazy Magnet  Charmed Life   Options Live at WFMU        1:06:41 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  Blue Shift   Options Live on WFMU    samples strings played by Blue Shift of Providence    1:12:30 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  Annas Song   Options Live at WFMU        1:13:33 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  What's Yr Life Like?   Options Live at WFMU        1:19:11 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  Zoop Jam   Options Live at WFMU        1:24:21 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  O To Have Ever Known Shame   Options Live at WFMU        1:25:56 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  Conquest America   Options Live at WFMU        1:27:57 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  Invisible Bridge   Options Live at WFMU        1:31:49 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  Why Go On   Options Live at WFMU        1:35:59 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  Make It Fun Again   Options Live at WFMU        1:44:49 (Pop‑up)
Jeremy Harris (Lazy Magnet) and Jason  The Talk's Cheap Interview   Options Talk's Cheap        1:46:17 (Pop‑up)
Great Excape  Allentown   Options         1:53:10 (Pop‑up)
Night Wounds  Ghana   Options Aids Wolf / Night Wounds split 12''  Nail In the Coffin    *   1:55:21 (Pop‑up)
Cacaw  The Monster's Salty Tears   Options Ruff Mixes  Hardscrabble Amateurs  members of Coughs    1:58:18 (Pop‑up)
Dr Fuck Yeah  title unknown   Options live on BSR in Providence RI    http://www.bsrlive.com/archives/playlist.php?p=8755    2:01:28 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Football Rabbit 






2:02:40 (Pop‑up)
Children In Adult Jails  Reptiles on Parade   Options Man Overcome By Waffle Iron  Buy Our Records      2:06:06 (Pop‑up)
Taboo    Their Satanic Majesty's Third and Final Request  Asbestos on Ice    *   2:09:30 (Pop‑up)
Rusted Shut  Godstrike   Options Hot Sex EP  Dusted Knife    *   2:12:08 (Pop‑up)
Archimedes Badkar  Mister X   Options Archimedes Badkar  South Side    *   2:22:20 (Pop‑up)
PIerre Bastien  South African Lady   Options Visions of Doing  Western Vinyl    *   2:22:44 (Pop‑up)
High Places  The Storm   Options High Places  Thrill Jockey  live on Marty McSorely's show tonight/2moro morning 2am!  *   2:26:18 (Pop‑up)
Negativland  It's Not a Critique   Options Thigmotactic  Seeland      2:28:58 (Pop‑up)
Quintron  The Boss Wants To Party With You   Options Too Thirsty For Love  Goner    *   2:30:23 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Mustafa Ozkent 






2:33:42 (Pop‑up)
Celestine Ukwu & His PHilosophers National  Ije Enu   Options True Philosophy    this record is scratchy and warped, awesome! download mp3s on the blog: http://blog.wfmu.org/freeform/2007/08/summer-tunes.html    2:39:31 (Pop‑up)
Banda Uniao Black  Been So Long   Options Banda Uniao Black  Vampisoul      2:46:05 (Pop‑up)
Davey Day  Don't Ha Ha   Options I Want the Right to be Free 7''    of the monks. The Monks: The Transatlantic Feedback opens October 31st at Anthology Film Archive    2:47:35 (Pop‑up)
Human Sexual Response  Jackie Onasis   Options Human Sexual Response  Eat Records      2:49:38 (Pop‑up)
Aleuchatistas  The Day The Earth Stood Still   Options The Same And the Other  Tzadik    *   2:53:08 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:11am Bad Ronald:

  9:16am annie:

5 inches of snow!!! wow.. and you have rain..
  9:19am Raf:

Hey Jason! It's really early over here!
  9:20am Jason:

Hey Raf, Bad Ronald and Annie, how's it goin?
  9:21am annie:

not bad jason, snowed in for the day..have radio; all is well
  9:21am Bad Ronald:

Checkin' out the lightning in NY harbor and diggin' your show!
  9:22am dc pat:

man, what a way to start the day...
  9:22am annie:

must be one helluva storm.....
  9:22am panda123:

It is also early here! But seven minutes less early than Raf! Thanks for stating off my morning with Akimbo...
  9:24am Bad Ronald:

Yeah visibility's low can barely make out Jersey...
  9:28am Bad Ronald:

...Can't even see the harbor now!
  9:30am annie:

we are in the midst of a very dense cloud-bank up here. light snow still and pretty windy.. i hear maine is rainy.
  9:31am dc pat:

where are you annie??
  9:31am Bad Ronald:

Annie - you're in Phoenicia?
  9:32am annie:

delaware county new york..
  9:32am dc pat:

nice, send some of that white stuff down here
  9:32am annie:

i have moved to downsville, top of a mountain..
  9:38am Parq:

Annie, you run a shop there, yeh?
  9:40am annie:

parq-i used to. left the business in spring of this year, but still might work part-time in the helth food store here.
  9:41am sebastian in santiago:

it's spring down here but i'm wearing a sweater. what the hell, climate change i guess.
  9:45am ~L:

Hi Jason,
Nice tunes for fighting the gloomy rain. Yet,
I'm glad we've only got rain, I am not ready for snow.
  9:46am Raf:

Mattress! Great!
  9:58am ian wilmoth:

where can i get a copy of that sneakers record? that song, ruby, just blew my mind. i was just writing a letter to an old friend of mine named ruby and all the lyrics were in synch with my thoughts. fuckin cosmic. so i was acutually paying attention when the set list was announced, waiting for that first song.

when the DJ said "Ruby" i almost passed out, for real. what the helllll. i need a copy.
  10:00am ian wilmoth:

of course, this kind of thing happens almost every day. thats why i love fmu.
  10:04am dc pat:

you're right ian, I wake up a lot thinking about a group or song and then some one will play it on fmu.
  10:10am annie:

it's akin to quaker meeting; sitting for an hour and the collective consciousness takes over. one stands to speak and they speak the thoughts of all who have been thinking the same thing.. i love it..
  10:10am ian wilmoth:

i just found that sneakers record in CD reissue for sale online. the track listing is the story of my life, if you read all the song titles as a narrative. weird man. i guess i gotta buy it.
  10:11am Tony:

On rainy dayz I sit back and count ways on
how to get rich son, show and prove, ask my blitz
  10:14am Jason:

WHoa Ian that is some crazy psychic event! That song was recommended to me by DJ Bob Brainen because of the lyrics "Talk Is Cheap". I think the original releases from the late 70s are very hard to find, but there was another CD released in 2006 that also has Ruby on it
  10:16am Jason:

forgot to mention on air that Sneakers = Chris Stamey (dbs) and Mitch Easter (Let's Active, REM producer). The 2006 CD is called Nonsequitor of SIlence. I was looking at it at the record fair all weekend, with no luck, although DJ Michael Goodstein assured me it is easy to find
  10:23am ian wilmoth:

i jus found the CD re issue on ebay for $5. score!

i hope the song being track 13 is not a bad omen. i dont beleive in this stuff but it reaches a point, you gotta wonder.
  10:24am mark scotney:

dB's stuff good play soul kiss you bastard
  10:30am ?:

play David Virgin's "excesma Queen"
  10:34am Sister Hairy Hymen:

Is he angry?
  10:50am cloaca:

whatup jermy?! fun show in wmass... the magnet dropped serious GOTH jams. thanks frer comin'! - neeeeeel/bromptreb
  10:52am david virgin:

like divorce
  11:20am Jamie @ CULT. UK:

Please tell me who Dr Fuck Yeah is.
  11:22am Jason:

Dr Fuck Yeah is members of SNake Apartment and Nuclear Power Pants from Providence RI, They have a debut record coming out on Corleone Records, same label as Lazy Magnet who played live on today's show
  11:24am Jamie @ CULT. UK:

  11:33am Raf:

That new Pierre Bastien sounds really nice.
  11:34am m:

could you play some tetuzi akiyama maybe?
  11:42am Ike:

Tony Coulter fills in for Brian today! Hooray! Best news I've heard since Ted "A Series of Tubes" Stevens got convicted!
  11:44am radio on:

high plaaces, geez that chick can't sing worth a..... but just because they are "trust fund adults" based out of brooklyn, morons think they are good. those were the same people who flipped out over that joanne newsome junk.
  11:45am Rico:

NYC area bands are so overrated. Bands that are not in NYC or LA definitely don't get the easy hype.
  11:45am Jason:

right on radio on! interesting theory
  11:49am Cecile:

Certain regions seem to "bring it"in my book.
Like Texas garage punk, or the spiky, squonky Ohio punk bands.
  11:49am Cecile:

Texas hardcore punk was a beautiful thing as well.
  11:51am Cecile:

LOL - Jackie Onassis has to be the Olsen Twins' theme song.
  11:51am Parq:

Whoa -- "the Humans" as we used to call them. I was living in Boston during their initial heyday and was one of many people who predicted - wrongly - that they would break out as big as the Cars had. Ah well. I hope they're all doing okay.
  11:52am Raf:

Can you talk about the Davey Day stuff in the mic break?
  11:53am radio on:

jason, I always wanted to know, does WFMU "encourage" you to play bands that are on Thrill Jockey, Drag City, or those other semi-corporate "indie labels". Or how about those real corporate labels like DFA and Mute that still hide under some faux-indie tag? Any modern form of payola?
  11:55am Cecile:

wow, this sounds very Minutemeny
  11:59am Cecile:

what label is that Davey Day deal on, Jason?
  11:59am Ike:

When you use this background music, I reflexively expect to hear DJ Fabio talking. It's like a muscle spasm.

Radio On, that's definitely not FMU style. Some people just genuinely like those bands.
  12:00pm Bad Ronald:

Great show Jason - thanks!
  4:16pm Zack:

I could get you the actual mixes of the Cacaw tape. It's much better than the rough mixes no one was meant to hear.
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