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Options January 27, 2009

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
sneakers  ruby   Options         0:00:00 (Pop-up)
RTX  Pulling Out Now   Options Transmaniacon  Drag City      0:02:23 (Pop-up)
Clone Defects  Fill My Fridge   Options Shapes of Venus  In The Red      0:05:41 (Pop-up)
Eddy Current Suppression Ring  Which Way To Go   Options Primary Colours  Goner/Aarght!      0:08:13 (Pop-up)
The Leaders  Candy Pants   Options 7''  Regal Select    *   0:11:36 (Pop-up)
Acid Eater  Dirty   Options Dirty VLEP  Hello From the Gutter    *   0:14:34 (Pop-up)
Snake Flower  Talk About It   Options 7''  Tic Tac Totally    *   0:17:26 (Pop-up)
The Weakends  Arty Party   Options The Weakens  Rob's House    *   0:21:31 (Pop-up)
Aguaturbia  Well An Right   Options Volumen 2  Essex: Serie Delujo      0:23:45 (Pop-up)
Sky Juice  Phone Numbers for Heroin, Shift/Strain, Head Roles   Options Hard to Kill  Olde English Spelling Bee    *   0:27:12 (Pop-up)
S.T. Mikael  Into Your Mind   Options Mind of Fire  Subliminal Sounds      0:34:49 (Pop-up)
Shocking Blue  Wild Wind   Options At Home        0:40:19 (Pop-up)
Jess & James  Something for Nothing   Options mp3        0:42:41 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:


Dublab -- Into Infinity 




0:45:36 (Pop-up)
Rafael Toral  I.II   Options Space Elements Vol. 1  Staubgold    *   0:56:38 (Pop-up)
Charming Hostess  Imaam Bey's Mosque   Options Sarajevo Blues  Tzadik      1:00:35 (Pop-up)
Jean-Claude Charlier et Son Orchestre  Drama della Gellosia --> Y Aura-t-il De La Neige Pour Noel   Options Sssh...  Home Produkt    *   1:05:34 (Pop-up)
Yximalloo  Plague   Options The Worst of 1982  Glow In The Dark Ink      1:12:35 (Pop-up)
Child Abuse  Violent Utopia #1   Options Live from the Devil's Triangle, Vol. 11 (V/A)  KFJC    *   1:17:13 (Pop-up)
The Moles  With Body Wife Seven Days   Options On the Street: Rare & Weird  Wishing Tree Records      1:24:11 (Pop-up)
Amazing Games  Desert Junction   Options Expo 87        1:28:59 (Pop-up)
Die Bunker  Am Rande Der Ruhr   Options Peut-Etre Qu'il N'y a Pus Rien? 1983-1984  Eirkti    *   1:31:58 (Pop-up)
Luisa La Chouf  Thousand Miles of Dreaming   Options Radio Resistencia  Enfant Terrible    *   1:35:53 (Pop-up)
Mass Shivers  Wild Animals Club   Options Ecstatic Eyes Glow Glossy        1:38:03 (Pop-up)
Dude Geva  Chaussette Stratosphere   Options Le Sliiip !  Le Vilaom Chien  split w/ Le Club Des Chats / Dud Geva  *   1:42:47 (Pop-up)
Guillermo E. Brown  Electroprayer 5.0   Options Mendi & Keith Obadike Present Crosstalk  Bridge    *   1:42:48 (Pop-up)
Jason Forest  Dark New Ages (Polvo Remix)   Options         1:45:46 (Pop-up)
Von Sudenfed  Serious Brainskin   Options Tromatic Reflexxions  Domino      1:50:40 (Pop-up)
Pleasurehorse  Pearly Gates pt2   Options         1:54:54 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:


Into Infinity 


into infinity 


1:57:29 (Pop-up)
Jarrod Fowler  Preface   Options 'Percussion' As Percussion  Patrick Lovelace Editions  JarrodFowler.com    2:06:38 (Pop-up)
Taboo  Kitten   Options Gas!  Asbestos on Ice    *   2:10:56 (Pop-up)
Carnival of Coal  Baker Street   Options French Cancan  Kodiak/ Season of Mist      2:14:43 (Pop-up)
Skulls  Jesus Put a Bullet Through my Soul   Options Dress Up and Die  Buy Our Records      2:19:25 (Pop-up)
Precint  House Music   Options Stranger  All Hands Electric    *   2:24:18 (Pop-up)
Flak Mask  excerpt   Options These Landscaping Enhancements  Trd w/d    *   2:26:56 (Pop-up)
Yukiko Ohtsuki  Record (track 2)   Options Record        2:29:20 (Pop-up)
Moody  Heaven   Options Det.Riot '67  KDJ    *   2:32:09 (Pop-up)
Dummy Run  Happy   Options Medical Milestones (various artists)  Hot Air  also from Drab    2:35:50 (Pop-up)
Our Love WIll Destroy the World    Polished Glass Autobahm 7''  Dirty Knobby    *   2:37:55 (Pop-up)
Pekka Airaksinen  My Tongue Swore, My Heart Didn't   Options Mahagood  N&B Research    *   2:41:24 (Pop-up)
Digep  Welkam Islam   Options Sonic Protest V/A  Dual Plover    *   2:44:38 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  9:02am Bad Ronald:

Sean Daily. Woo Hoo!
  9:02am Raf:

Morning, Jason!
  9:04am Jason:

Hey Raf! Hey Bad Ronald! Sean Daily?
  9:06am annie:

fourth comment! good morning!
  9:07am Jason:

"oatmealy stick is what i live on / garlic baloney and water with lemon" !?!?
  9:08am Raf:

I heard, "Oatmeal is thick."
  9:09am pminsussex:

Sean Daily also. If I may be so humble, Woo Hoo!

And good afternoon Jason BR Annie et all.
  9:09am Bad Ronald:

Excellent set thus far Mr. Sigal!
  9:09am Jason:

i think youre right raf. i am trying to picture an oatmeal stick
  9:11am annie:

when did the station get its fix yesterday?
  9:12am Jason:

what do you mean "get its fix"?
  9:13am annie:

there was no feed, no music. silence.. ken said something about the dns...?
  9:14am paulthepostman:

'pminsussex' is me not paying attention; 'pminsussex' is my pass word to my amex plutonium account, silly me.
  9:14am Glenn L:

The online signal returned around 3 - 3:30pm.
  9:15am annie:

i missed it... tried almost til then, then stopped.. silly me. PTP, you copying and pasting wantonly again?
  9:16am Jason:

ah i thought you were talking about something else...the website was on and off, but mostly on, from ~11am on
  9:16am SmokinJ:

Hmmm...Never lost the stream even for a minute yesterday..
  9:17am annie:

hhmmm......... got nothing at all almost all day. even the website wouldn't come up. oh well, here you are.
  9:17am stingy d:

jason sigal! its perb dunny
  9:18am SmokinJ:

Website WAS down; all streams UP :)
  9:18am pminsussex:

SmokinJ - you not poota dependent?
  9:18am Jason:

yeah smokin j, i think the stream worked if you had it in itunes, but our site itself was down
  9:20am stingy d:

you know what'simpossible to get a copy of? bloodclot gangsta youth
  9:20am still b/p:

Home page says restoration was 4-ish. I got in/on midday. Strange and mysterious for a while to do without a need-filler that's so easy & reliable ordinarily, "Where it at?! I wanna wanna hear it!". An eerie lacka/wanna.
  9:20am SmokinJ:

ITunes? God forbid! Listened all day with Winamp and other assorted software. No problema..
  9:20am sub:

your show is making me late for work
  9:21am owen:

yeah. i had the link to the stream already up in winamp and it was fine all day.

god. listen to us all... it's as if there was a great collective trauma or something yesterday,
  9:21am Jason:

by itunes, i meant some sorta software...who hates the itunes? i just started using songbird, anybody try that?
  9:23am paulthepostman:

Technical Dept: no notooons or unrealplayer reception yesterday, ah-um.
  9:23am SmokinJ:

Songbird isn't bad. Sort of an open source clone of JRiver Media Center.
  9:25am paulthepostman:

Jason - I started using BBB radio 4.
  9:27am paulthepostman:

...got nothing there either until I tried BBC radio 4!
  9:31am Parq:

I am one of those guys who has to use WMP at work, and it was out all day. Thank Dog I had some old FMU podcasts available or I would have gone through withdrawal. Let's hear it for the stream team, who must have really earned their stripes yesterday.
  9:33am stingy d:

i hate when i finally find something on bloodclot gangster youth and its in some type german icelandic gunky language the only words i understand are "Me shot pussyhole people fi fun! Who wan test me?" i understand that well and good.
  9:33am annie:

i guess i was so annoyed at winamp and the website disappearing, it didn't even dawn on me to try itunes... .. i'm embarrassed.
  9:35am Bad Ronald:

Ha ha "stream team". Makes me think of water sports...
  9:39am paulthepostman:

BR you are incontinently incorrigible!
  9:40am paulthepostman:

Annie, don't be embarrassed.
  9:42am Bad Ronald:

Sorry, I miss you guys...
  9:42am Parq:

Has anybody taken Ike up on his suggestion to try Foobar at work. I'd have given it a go yesterday except I was swamped with - oh, the embarrassment - actual work.
  9:49am paulthepostman:

Jason - is Ghislain Poirier in that loop?
  9:49am annie:

BR- we miss you too, good to see your old silly self here. when i have an idle moment , i guess i'll try foobar; i have this routine that has very little space for variation.. habits are weird. . guess i'm afraid of missing something if i try a new program or music server; even one song ..
  10:09am stingy d:

time to get out of bed sleepy head

you've been somewhere ronald?
  10:10am paulthepostman:

I forgot to wash my feet before getting into Imaam Bey's Mosque.
  10:12am Bad Ronald:

Not really Stingy, just swamped as well...

BTW - I dug your "Feel Good" piece!
  10:13am Panda123:

Hi Jason! did I miss the powerpop portion of the show?
  10:14am Liz B.:

Is this bagpipe number dedicated to Doron?
  10:14am stingy d:

oh cool, thanks ron.

yximalloo is where it's at!
  10:17am Ken:

The problem yesterday would've affected every person differently - DNS servers were bouncing up and down non-stop from 830am to 4pm. So it all depended on which one your own ISP was looking at.
  10:17am Ken:

Hey Paul the Postman - where you at in Sussex County?
  10:18am Cecile:

bah, now i have Web, but no soundz.

I will keep trying.
  10:19am Ken:

Cecile - email me off-playlist and I will try to help you out. ken at wfmu dot org
  10:21am GP:

Morning all....Parq, I'm listening in with Foobar as I type this, sounds good so far.
  10:22am still b/p:

Another fine radio/computer simul-sound combo was going on in this room: Yximalloo and Andy Williams doing Canadian Sunset. Hmmmoo..currents of secret strange power created.
  10:26am Parq:

Thanks for the update, Ken. I have barely a vague idea what all that means, but hey . . .
  10:26am stingy d:

what's a book worth reading?
  10:27am stingy d:

what's the difference between a pick pocket and a peeping tom?
  10:28am Ken:

I just read "John Lennon: A Life" and "Brainwash" and I loved both of them.
  10:29am stingy d:

what's brainwash?
  10:29am annie:

i loved "this house of sky" by ivan doig. loved it...
  10:29am Anatoly:

cripes stingy, a pick pocket lifts your wallet and a peeping tom watches you take a shower.
  10:30am stingy d:

a pickpocket snatches watches.
  10:30am stingy d:

somehow i feel like that joke works better face to face
  10:31am Bad Ronald:

I like it!
  10:31am Ken:

Brainwash by Dominic Streafeild, it's a history of brainwashing experiments, by US, Canadian and British military and psychiatric institutions.
  10:32am Anatoly:

  10:33am annie:

ken i heard that the twins experiments continued in brazil. and some community was created due to that.. just a passing bit of news i saw.
  10:33am stingy d:

i told that joke to a porn star and she didn't get it.
  10:35am Bad Ronald:

Well, they're not known for having good head...
  10:35am GP:

Stingy. Its kind of an older book but I just read:
Newjack: Guarding Sing Sing by Ted Conover. About a journalist who gets a job as a corrections officer at Sing Sing prison just so he could see it from an insiders perspective. Pretty good stuff.
  10:36am GP:

That is true, I saw that as a news story the other day. They had a photo of about 100 sets of twins as a group photo.
  10:36am still b/p:

BR: Should one even say "Rim shot", given the direction of discussion...?
  10:38am paulthepostman:

Ken - Brighton UK. Sandwiched between verdant undulating inland downs and very wet sea with octopus and giant man-eating sharks and lemon and lime flavoured jellyfishes and yellow submarines.
  10:38am Parq:

Neil Gaiman's "The Graveyard Book" just won the annual Newbery Award. It's targetted at old kids, but his stuff is always a great read.
  10:38am Bad Ronald:

Quite apropos...
  10:39am annie:

GP-boy does that make me feel better that i am actually perceiving reality and not embedded in a dream!...oh wait, maybe it's the other way around. ..
  10:39am stingy d:

i like cranky perverts, but i don't want to read any more bukowski...
  10:39am stingy d:

you're perceiving a dream and embedded in reality?
  10:40am Doug from DC:

There's "The Counterlife" by Phillip Roth, if you're looking for a novel. Martin Amis once called it the greatest postmodern novel at a reading I attended, and it's definitely a contender.
  10:41am Parq:

Crisp's "The Naked Civil Servant" is good libertine crumudgeon stuff.
  10:41am annie:

oh read henry miller,stingy!! i actually have moments when i'm not sure if a memory is a dream i had or a time and event from my past.. my brain is changing it's relationship with reality.
  10:42am stingy d:

as long as you guys get along it's ok annie
  10:44am GP:

Want a reality swap? I have about 500 PDF files to rename, all manually...arrgh. Although if that is the least of my problems, at least I still have work to do.....<knocks on wooden desk>
  10:44am Doug in DC:

Yeah, Annie, either of the Tropics or Black Spring.
  10:44am annie:

i guess if i were embedded in a safe place, it would be okay. now and then it is very disconcerting.
  10:45am Cecile:

stingy - I like Old Dogs are the Best Dogs.
Great photos, nice brief narratives.

Yay, back among the living. I had a balky WMP.
  10:47am stingy d:

i think henry miller is my guy. thanks for the help everybody... i hate going into book stores aimlessly. and i will probably go to the strand, and being aimless in there is like trying to induce a panic attack.
  10:47am annie:

GP_ i'd love to help you, that kind of stuff is right up my alley. and douig, henry miller could do no bad writing in my opinion..
  10:48am annie:

colossus of marrousi ,stingy, is great!!
  10:50am GP:

Thanks Annie, as you can tell by my comments I'm not really "focused" on my work right now, but I'll get back to it in a minute...or maybe the minute after that..or maybe when my boss is standing in my doorway.
  10:51am stingy d:

he isn't going to make a whole slew of hoity toity references throughout is he?
  10:51am Raf:

Polvo. Crazy.
  10:52am stingy d:

  10:53am annie:

stingy, colossus of maroussi is all about greece. it is astounding and a wonderful read, non fiction. and really check out "this house of sky" by ivan doig. memoir of a boy who grew up sheep ranching the the mid-west..
  10:53am paulthepostman:

Doug from DC Book Club! - Thanks for the "The Counterlife" mention, I have only read Portnoy's Complaint, (at the tender age of 15). Enjoyed it under the bed sheets!
  10:55am stingy d:

alright let's go eat a bagel together.
  10:55am Doug from DC:

I started with Tropic of Capricorn, which is backwards in the order of Tropics, but I think it worked better that way. Stingy - he had a way of making any references anti-hoity-toity.
  10:55am Cecile:

is this a Fall record, or just lots of Fall samples?

and how come the Fall aren't in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
  10:56am annie:

word up stingy. if i were near there i would take you up on that.
  10:58am Sean Daily:

Not even close to first comment! Woo hoo!
  11:00am GP:

Ha Ha Stingy....that was good...sorrta like a "missed" stage dive..I'm reminded of that scene in School of Rock where Jack Black does a face plant!
  11:01am Cecile:

thanks, jason, I now NEED that record.

MES keeps reinventing himself in a way I like.
  11:08am GP:

Does anyone out there have that video game Rock Band?
We have it for the PS2...for the kids of course!...My question is how do you turn up the drum sounds? I'd like to hear more of the drum rather than the sticks hitting the drum pads.
  11:08am fishmonkeystew:

Anyone know where to pick up a digital delay/sampler pedal for guitar/bass, cheap? Or an echoplex?

Good morning All!!
  11:10am c:

make this noise stop. it is too early for this.
  11:11am GP:


THanks for this Jarrod Fowler..this sounds like my office!
  11:11am GP:

In fact I though my headphones were off for a minute!
  11:13am Doug in DC:

I was going to say "oh, no, this song will be in my head all day."
  11:15am Raf:

Regarding the digital delay, I'd try musicgoround.com.
  11:16am Cecile:

After the cars cover yesterday on Irene's show, and this, I now beseech artists to stop covering 70s Top 40 hits.
  11:17am Cecile:

Thin Lizzy deep tracks are another matter entirely.

Does this band have something to do with Coal Chamber...
  11:19am paulthepostman:

This could be the next xmas hit in the UK.
  11:20am JJZ:

That Baker Street cover was fun.
  11:20am GP:

Jason , thanks for this Carnival of Coal...too funny...never though Gerry Raffert had it in him.
  11:20am ?:

that last cut totally ripped off the riff from some '80s rock song, can't think of the name...
  11:21am GP:

Baker Street by Gerry Rafferty
  11:22am Patrick:

Is that the way Baker Street ends? It sounds cut off. It was the same way on Brian's marathon premium last year.
  11:23am Sean Daily:

This Skulls song has possibly the best title since "Drop Kick Me, Jesus, Through the Goal Posts of Life" and "Knee My Spirit in the Groin With Your Love, O Lord".
  11:23am stingy d:

i left. but i came back. and now i'm here to tell you that i have the "soft and dri" theme song stuck in my head.
  11:24am Jason:

i guess the carnival of coal was supposed to cut off? that's the only way i know it
  11:26am stingy d:

soft and driiii
  11:28am stingy d:

also i decided to mop the floor. so i have to wait to have a bagel now. you're still invited.
  11:32am annie:

ok stingy, i'll tell you what... i'll let you know when i'm approaching city limits, then we can bagel it..
  11:33am Raf:

I think there's one strange Japanese track per episode of Talk's Cheap and I always really dig it.
  11:33am The Log Lady:

I'm having a vanilla yogurt, but I'd rather have a bagel.

Jason, what was the website for the Dublab thingy?
  11:35am Jason:

  11:37am The Log Lady:

Gracias! Mucho coolness! There goes any productivity for the rest of the day...
  11:44am Dominick:

Ouch! Pekka has left - right polarity reversal.
  11:45am still b/p:

I've had the beginning of Kung Fu Fighting stuck in my head for weeks. Oh-whoa-ho-hohhhhh...
Even if we could trade earworms, like industrial carbon credits, not sure I'd swap mine for Soft and Dri.
  11:56am fishmonkeystew:

Thanks, Raf! Sweet site.
  11:59am fishmonkeystew:

Hey Raf! I found exactly what I was looking for. Thanks again.
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