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Options June 24, 2009: fill in for Maria

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New
Cromagnon  Caledonia   Options Cave Rock  ESP-Disk    *  
Black Pus  River that Ran too Far   Options Ultimate Beat Off  Diarreah    *  
US Girls  You Know It Makes Me Blue   Options Gravel Days  Chocolate Monk    *  
Conrad Schnitzler/Dompteur Mooner  Elektroklang   Options Rare Tracks 1979-1982  Erkrangkung    *  

Music behind DJ:
Vampires of Dartmoor 





The Rats  Wanna be Your Man   Options Intermittent Signals  Mississippi    *  
Devo & Neil Young  Hey Hey My My   Options video from Human Highway       
The Amazements  Watch Your Step   Options Sticky Rubies  Peter's Pool Boys    *  

Music behind DJ:
Vampires of Dartmoore 





Samouth & Sothea  La Bum Baye   Options Chlangden Vol. 004  Chlangden  check this link for 40 some albums of this: http://groups.google.co.jp/group/soc.culture.cambodia/browse_thread/thread/c8c0fee4672f9258   
Gamelon Son of Lion  Naked We Stand   Options Sonogram  Innova    *  
People Band  The House of Music   Options 69/70  Emanem    *  

Music behind DJ:
Milford Graves 





Emperors  lookin' for my baby   Options Karate  Funkadelphia    *  
The Roulettes  You Don't Care Anymore   Options Ebb Records Story Vol. 1  Specialty     
Aceyalone  Lonely Ones   Options The Loneyl Ones  Decon    *  
Scorpion Violente    7"  Hex Grammofoonplaten    *  
BarKays  Freakshow on the Dancefloor   Options Breakin' (Soundtrack)  Polygram     
Xrabit + Dmg$  Love of My Night   Options Hello World  Big Dada    *  

Music behind DJ:
Giorgi Moroder 





AA  Society Stinks   Options essential entertainment 7"  Soft Spot    *  
Unrest  Communist Tart   Options Twister  Teenbeat    *  
The Units  Cannibals   Options History of the Units  Community Library    *  
Real Estate  Fake Blues   Options Fake Blues  Woodsist    *  
Spunk  BiPolarity   Options Kantarell  Rune Grammofon     
Sebastien Duclos  A Good Man   Options Burials  Cachalot Midinette Records    *  
Directing Hand  What Put the Blood   Options What Put the Blood  Dancing Wayang    *  

Music behind DJ:
James Tenney 





El Rego et Ses Commandos  E Nan Mian Nuku   Options Legends of Benin (V/A)  Analog Africa    *  
The Doctors  In the Summertime   Options Trojan Carnival box  Trojan     
Los Silvertones  Tamborito Swing   Options Panama! 2  Soundway    *  
Fred Anderson  Springing Winter   Options Staying in the Game  Engine  w/ Tim Daisy (Drums) & Harrison Bankhead (bass)  *  

Music behind DJ:
Sun Ra 





Sadame Miyazu, Ted...  Asatoya Yunta   Options Hawaiian Nisei Songs (V/A)  Hana Ola    *  
Phongsi Woranut  Lan Rak Nai Long   Options Lom Heman       
Ghedalia Tazartes  track 1   Options Repas Froid  Tanz Procesz    *  
Foetus  Sick Minutes   Options Limb  Ectopic Ents    *  
The Spectrometers  On the Lam   Options Dead Soul Music  Decasian    *  
Jack & the Rippers  I Think ITs Over   Options Swiss Wave: The Album (V/A)  Zandra     
Cultural Amnesia  Fetish for Today   Options enormous savages enlarged  Klang Galerie    *  
Black Devil  Timing, Forget theTiming   Options Disco Club       
Debruit  Pointy   Options coupe decale ep  Musique Large    *  
Sonic Youth  The Sprawl   Options Battery Park NYC July 4, 2008  Matador    *  
Hung Nguyen Manh  Distor-SUmmer   Options Beyond Ignorance and Borders  Syrphe    *  
Sunno))))  Alice   Options Monoliths and Dimensions  Southern Lord    *  

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Listener comments!

  12:05pm Cecile:

morning DJ woody!
  12:09pm evan:

that cromagnon track is so good
  12:09pm Baff:

This Black Pus is making my job so much better, as if editing this HTML were a mission to save everyone on earth from being sawed in pieces by wild, eyeless half-mechanized creatures.
  12:11pm Baff's Boss:

It *is* a mission. To save yourself from being sawed in pieces by wild, eyeless half-mechanized creatures like me.
  12:14pm Cecile:

This reminds me of Yeti What Are You by Snakefinger
  12:15pm Carmichael:

Anyone named Conrad Schnitzler probably ROCKS!!
  12:18pm Kenny G's Hard Drive:

I'm Here Lounging on the Beach in Wildwood. Wish You Were Here! Carry On...
  12:24pm Marshall Stacks:

The vocals sound a bit like Mrs. Edith Prickley.
  12:24pm Woody:

Its better to burn out then .... to rust.
  12:28pm north guinea hills:

good to hear ya, Woody.
  12:31pm Ike:

I agree with NGH.

I'm belaboring the point at work today. How about all of you?
  12:31pm Carmichael:

I loved seeing Edith on the Sammy Maudlin show.
  12:34pm dc pat:

wait, did somebody just mention Edith Prickley? ("PFFF-HA!")
  12:37pm Cecile:

That Bats set I have to dl. That was excellent
  12:37pm Carmichael:

Pat, are you interested in my prediction for US - Spain? Since I was so close with my last prognostication (Endorra) ....
  12:41pm Cecile:

Andorra. Endora was Samantha's mom on Bewitched. :D
  12:45pm Carmichael:

Thanks. And you're not even Ike ....

What was Paul Lynde's character named?
  12:46pm webitched:

Naww, Endora is an off-road motorcycle race.

(Uncle Arthur)
  12:47pm Cecile:

Uncle Arthur!
  12:47pm Gladys Kravitz:

I found Arthur intriguing. Unlike my Abner ...
  12:48pm Bowie:

Not to be confused with...

  12:52pm north guinea hills:

I think this is the first time i've actually heard the people band. (not to be confused w/ kevin shea's group, people).
  12:56pm Cecile:

damn, you are right Woody
  12:57pm Carmichael:

Oh cmon, this is Stevie Winwood.
  12:58pm Cecile:

did this predate Spencer Davis Group's "I'm A Man"? cause i get that feel from it.
  12:58pm Cecile:

Carm, get out of my head
  12:59pm Carmichael:

Are you thinking about tacos now, too?
  1:00pm Cecile:

I was thinking about Vietnamese spring rolls.
Oh well, one for two
  1:00pm Woody:

Funny.... I'm always thinking of tacos. Unfortunate being in NYC land of everything but good tacos.
  1:01pm Cecile:

Ike posted a taco truck that looked good. Sets up by the Red Hook Brewery in Brooklyn
  1:02pm Cecile:

  1:06pm dc pat:

woops, sorry Carm, I went away--lay your prediction on me.
  1:07pm Woody:

Yep, Red Hook tacos are promising...
  1:07pm Cecile:

okay, can you play some Gap band. I am serious. Burn Rubber?
  1:10pm Ike:

Those amazing Red Hook trucks are a few blocks from the brewery. Only weekends and holidays at Bay & Clinton Sts., roughly May-Oct. Their huaraches and sopes are even better than their tacos.

But yes, most Mex. food in NYC is disappointing. Chowhounds hyped one place on 10th Ave., but my reaction was zzzzzzzzzzz, bland.
  1:12pm Cecile:

That is surprising to me.
Minneapolis has turned into a pretty decent hotbed. Not like Texas or CA, but you can get some good food.
  1:14pm Cecile:

I have had no experience eating mexican food in TX or CA, but my friends who have pronounce it halfway decent.
  1:18pm dc pat:

I've eaten in CA, NM, and TX and it blows any east cost stuff away. DC Mex food is forgettable too.
  1:20pm Cecile:

I mean they say some of the new MN places are ok.
That does suprise me about East Coast mex food being not so hot.
  1:20pm Ike:

Many East Coast Mex. immigrants are from a different region than southern/western immigrants, I think. Maybe their regional cuisine is just not as tasty...? Who knows?

It's not all bad on the East Coast... I've had really good Mex. in Delaware. I mean, boring flat-ass Delaware, beating anything in Manhattan! Sheesh.
  1:20pm Disastrogirl:

There's a Freakshow, baby baby, in my cubicle.

There's a Freakshow.
  1:22pm gumby:

I had pretty good Mexica fare in Hawaii, but then again when you're in Hawaii, food is an afterthought
  1:22pm Cecile:

that could be, Ike.
I like Southern Italian food, and the part of Michigan I come from has a lot of Northern Italian immigrants. So not so much of the tomato I love.
But my mom comes from Pittsburgh, so I grew up on red sauce.
  1:24pm Carmichael:

Needless to say, there is a TON of mexican food out here, very cheap and mostly pretty good. It's all northern Mex cuisine: tacos, burritos, chimichangas, enchiladas, etc ...

Now over in Texas, they have that border stuff I've never heard of.
  1:24pm Woody:

cannibals, cannibals, cannibals
  1:24pm Cecile:

Is this from the Units from the Pacific NW?
  1:24pm Dr. Atkins:

It's hard to have Mexican food without overcarbing, but foodies don't give a rat's ass about their pancreas, only about their tastebuds and their aesthetic sensibilities...
  1:25pm Cecile:

that's my husband's favorite. Loves good Tex-Mex
  1:26pm Carmichael:

Sacramento was a relocation center for Vietnamese after the war, so we also have a huge SE Asian population. I am a new convert to Thai and Viet food. Healthy, inexpensive and incredibly tasty.
  1:27pm Carmichael:

We have an extremely small cannibal population.
  1:28pm Cecile:

Minnesota was as well. Vietnamese food here is excellent. Thai food is getting better. And we have one Cambodian restaurant that is supposed to be great, but I haven't been to yet.
  1:28pm Marshall Stacks:

Once upon a time I stayed in a hotel in northern Finland where the restaurant served Mexican - or was it "Mexican"? - food.

I stuck to the local stuff: crusty bread, herring and pickles. And, in Helsinki, reindeer carpaccio.
  1:31pm Carmichael:

Marshall, the worst pizza I ever had was in Scotland. It was billed as "ham and pineapple". I was stunned at how far away they were from the actual thing.
  1:33pm Cecile:

I had salsa and chips in Montreal. The chips were excellent, but the salsa wasn't quite right. I think they put tarrgon and basil in it. :(
  1:34pm dc pat:

Carm, I've heard that about UK pizza.

I'll say this, it's hard to get a good salsa--it's usually over done. If you can't get it right, just chop up tomatoes, onions, and chiles and you're done.
  1:35pm Carmichael:

Oh Pat, BTW I say 2-1 US.
  1:35pm Lizardner Dave:

I went to a place that called itself "The American Bar" in Zurich. I ordered buffalo wings and they served them with all the "traditional accompaniments": bleu cheese, ranch dressing, thousand island dressing and salsa. Hmmm....
  1:36pm Woody:

Cecile, just noticed your question within all the taco talk (I haven't hadlunch!).... that was the Units from San Francisco, early 80s.
  1:39pm Cecile:

I remember reading about them in Trouser Press!
  1:39pm Carmichael:

Me neither. Now I'm torn. Maybe I'll do a complete 180 and try an Indian food place.
  1:39pm risky!:

hey woody, thanks for that black pus!

go woody go!
  1:43pm dc pat:

that's a bold prediction there, Carm. It'd be nice if Spain choked and the US played at their level..
  1:46pm stingy d:

woody! hey man... ah man... i missed a great first set. i twitterd you guys, did i win those daggone tickets?
  1:54pm Woody:

Hi Stingy-

Didn't even see the Tweet feed (not a twitterer)... I'm guessing no if you haven't heard back.
  1:56pm Ike:

To go back to NYC being "land of everything but good tacos"... unfortunately NYC also lacks some other cuisines, like Laotian, or (good) Burmese. And NYC's Vietnamese food is not as good as in other cities. Actually, Montclair NJ has better Viet than Manhattan.

Twitter is dumb.
  1:58pm Woody:

Ike, but there is always the Bahn Mi!
  2:00pm Twitter:

tweety poo, twits -- i sucked you in, and in five years i'll be just as much of a trivial pursuit question as friendster and altavista are now
  2:03pm stingy d:

i think the tacos at la superior are good. all the hating of twitter is senseless man. it's like saying a current band is no good. it's not no good, it's just that it's very ahead of the curve. technology will advance and eclipse it sure. but get over it. buckethead
  2:03pm BBS:

Don't you ....forget about me ....
  2:06pm twittagata:

Twitter is for bloggers who can't write more than ten words without getting bored with themselves. Livejournal and blogspot required use of new paragraphs. Too oldschool.
  2:08pm stingy d:

i'm not convinced gator.
  2:08pm proofreader:

You meant twittahata dude. But I feel ya.
  2:09pm Bad Ronald:

Ain't never been to Burma but I always thought Village Mingala was pretty good...
  2:09pm stingy d:

the best part about you twitigation may be the fact that it was under 140 characters.
  2:10pm Carmichael:

Well I never been to Burma,
But I kinda like the music.
  2:11pm Twitter:

yes, since almost no one ever has anything worthwhile to say, i turn out to be a benevolent dictator of concision. still wastage, but less of it {bows for applause}
  2:13pm Ike:

Village Mingala was awful the last time I tried it. That stuff barely even counts as Chinese food, much less Burmese.

Woody, that's true, some bahn mi is great here! I hope the place at 369 Broome St. is still good. I think somebody said it went downhill. Haven't been over there to check. Vietnamese people sure do know how to make a great cheap sub sandwich.
  2:13pm Twitter:

ok, still a bigass shitload of wastage, but in smaller, bitesize turds :-) ( <--- under 140)
  2:13pm eb:

yeah twitter's a bit lame-- I can't believe all the hype, I guess people, including major news organizations, need something to talk about---
email wasn't fast enough? geez, just hit cc and add a bunch of people, and you get the same thing--
  2:14pm stoich:

they are a wonderful nation of hoagie chefs
  2:14pm Bad Ronald:

I see, I'd like to meet a broad with them fancy neck rings though.
  2:15pm Vietnamese People:

We do luvs da samiches!
  2:16pm doug from dc:

I can get the best banh mi right near my house for less than $4 a sandwich.

I was in a Burmese restaurant here and they were playing native classical/ritual music,which is really atonal. We would think of it as avant garde, but it's probably centuries old. S.E. Asian music is as good as their food, I've been wanting to learn more about it.
  2:16pm stingy d:

the simple fact that people are so quick to despise twitter is part of what makes it effective.

when will hate be useless? thats the real revolutionary question. you birds!
  2:16pm Carmichael:

OK foodheads, what is Burmese food exactly? And Bahn Mi?
  2:17pm AnAnonymousParty:

Burmese food is like monkey food ...
  2:18pm stingy d:

Baoguette's Bahn mi game is ridic.
  2:21pm doug from dc:

Burmeses: Mohingar, a fish 'n noodle soup. Salads that are really room-temperature stir fry. Yellow tofu made from chickpeas. Curried pork with mangos. It's closer to indian cuisine than thai food is.
  2:22pm Liz B.:

Woody, you are killin' it today! Loving every minute!
  2:22pm Marshall Stacks:

I'm into Burmese food in a big way, but it's hard to describe. It doesn't really have too much in common with the neighboring cuisines. Which doesn't tell you much, I'm afraid. Doug from dc summed it up pretty well.

Bahn mi is easier. Wikipedia (like Twitter but more verbose) says it well: "Bánh mì or bánh mỳ (English pronunciation: /ˈbʌnmiː/, Vietnamese: [ɓǎːɲ mî]) is a Vietnamese baguette made with wheat and rice flour, as well as a type of sandwich traditionally made with this type of baguette."
  2:24pm Marshall Stacks:

I'd request an Uncle Woody Sullender track, but I bet this DJ won't play it.
  2:24pm doug from dc:

The strange revelation of banh mi is that the vietnamese are really into baloney. I've actually had some really gourmet viet omelette dish with "steamed pork" which was, for all intents and purposes, baloney.
  2:25pm Ike:

Some Burmese food photos:

NYC will have some GOOD Burmese food at some upcoming festivals:
  2:26pm Carmichael:

You had me at Curried Pork with Mangos. I'm off to Burma. Or Myanmar.
  2:26pm doug from dc:

ok, i probably should have spelled it bologna.
  2:28pm Woody:

Thanks Liz!
  2:29pm Woody:

Angst! Angst!
  2:32pm Ike:

Stingy, what's the connotation of "ridic" in English pls.? Does that mean you like Baoguette? I went to the one on Lex (Curry Hill) once and they were out of baguettes, so I couldn't try it.
  2:34pm slang:

ridic = ridiculously excellent
  2:35pm Marshall Stacks:

All fans of Burmese tea leaf salad (laphet thoke) - 2 of us? - should read


Who knew that the Gov't of Myanmar had an FDA or cared about its citizens' health?

More to the point, Woody, I'm loving the show!
  2:36pm stingy d:

yea i'm talking top notch merriam
  2:36pm Woody:

Thanks Marshall.... all this food talk hurts as I can't eat, keep a playlist, cue records, etc. at the same time!
  2:39pm Floating Food Mirage:

wooooooooooooo woody, here i am but you can't get me neener neener
  2:40pm stingy d:

hey woody are you the guy that works at academy records that is named woody?
  2:42pm Brendan:

Mandalay (Burmese Restaurant) - Silver Spring MD - amazing! The Mandalay in the East Village can be hit or miss.
Surprisingly, most food that I had while in Burma was pretty gnarly, but with the situation there....what can you say. Tea Leaf salad and pork with chili and mango!!!!!!! And Pat-waing music!!! YES!!!
  2:43pm Woody:

I am not said guy. I wonder if saying "I am Woody" could get me a discount though?
  2:45pm stingy d:

probably not. give it a go at other music.
  2:46pm Butthead:

He said 'wood', heh heh heh.
  2:46pm stingy d:

oh, i finded out that the tickets is goners.
  2:46pm Ike:

In Thailand near the Burmese border, I had GREAT laphet thoke. Brendan, I've been to Mandalay in MD too. Yum. Myanmar Rest. in Falls Church VA was even better last time I was there.

Oh no Marshall, that sucks. So there's some aspect of the Myanmar govt. that *works*?!? Really? Or did the laphet makers just piss off the military junta somehow?

Great show!
  2:47pm beavis:

no he didn't! he said woody! butt sumpling! hehehehehehehehehe
  2:47pm beavis:

ah shit thats supposed to say dumpling. not sumpling. maaaaaan fuck that
  2:48pm Butthead:

Shuddup, dillweed. {snortsnort}
  2:49pm stingy d:

yo ike what's the english meaning of all that writing you just said. i am miffed, my g.
  2:49pm Brendan:

Wow! Burmese food in Falls Church? I will have to hunt that down. Have you seen the film Burma VJ yet? Pretty incredible.
  2:50pm Audience Member, Stage Left:

Looking forward to getting SY July 4th CD and seeing if I can hear myself, lolz
  2:51pm doug from dc:

This blog about Burmese food is pretty funny: http://tinyurl.com/lflcbm. I wish they had the gon-bad at Myanmar Restaurant (which is in Falls Church, off rt. 29).
  2:51pm stingy d:

yo i'm out! don't let the sour kraut pout
  2:53pm Ike:

Stingy, you punk, go brine yourself in a pickle bucket, you language-mangling smeghead! (Mmm, pickles.)
  2:57pm Cecile:

There's this Thai place in town that makes a curry with beef, thin crispy noodles and pickled mustard greens.
  2:58pm dc pat:

  2:58pm Marshall Stacks:

Brendan, I haven't seen or heard of Burma VJ. Got a pointer?

My 7-yr-old and I spent part of a day trying to find some laphet thoke in the Burmese neighborhoods of Chiang Mai. Ultimately thirst and hunger got the better of us and we gave up.

Upon our return I found a US laphet connection.

And now I need to find a chemist to test my supply. :-(
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