Options Liz Berg: Playlist from July 20, 2009 Options

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Fist-pumping, air-drumming freeform mayhem. Caffeinated rock, experimental pop, oddball beats, and novelties.

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Options July 20, 2009: Smells Like Summer

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Avarus  Side A   Options Toosassa (Live on WFMU)  Ultra Eczema  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Bill Orcutt  Big Ass Nails   Options Big Ass Nails / High - Waisted 7"    *   0:04:11 (Pop‑up)
White Magic  New Egypt   Options New Egypt  Latitudes  *   0:07:16 (Pop‑up)
Moon Duo  Unknown Title   Options Love on the Sea  Sick Thirst  *   0:18:06 (Pop‑up)
Mass Shivers  Tickled on Poppers   Options Torrid Sex in East Berlin 7"    *   0:27:52 (Pop‑up)
Alvaro  The Tongue   Options Sonic Protest 2008 (V/A)  Bimbo Tower / Textile  *   0:32:55 (Pop‑up)
Es  Ennen Oli Huonommin   Options Kesamaan Lapset  Fonal  *   0:35:30 (Pop‑up)
Mudboy  Thaw   Options Music for Any Speed 7''  Lexidisques  *   0:45:57 (Pop‑up)
The Super Vacations  El Secret   Options The Super Vacations  Shdwply  *   0:50:26 (Pop‑up)
The Rebel  Aiming Low Getting High   Options Aiming Low 7"  Lexidisques  *   0:52:39 (Pop‑up)
Ceremony  Never Love Again   Options Disappear  Safranin  *   0:54:33 (Pop‑up)
A Sunny Day In Glasgow  (Cult Of) The Cemetery Flowers   Options You Can't Hide Your Love Forever 1 7"  Geographic North  *   0:58:12 (Pop‑up)
Jenny  Untraced Song   Options The True Vine 78 Series Vol. 8 (V/A)      1:02:13 (Pop‑up)
Elfin Saddle  Muskeg Parade   Options Ringing for the Begin Again  Constellation  *   1:04:01 (Pop‑up)
Theo Angell  Never Heard that Baby Cry   Options Tenebrae  Amish  *   1:07:13 (Pop‑up)
Gianmarco Liguori  Penta   Options Penta 7"  Sarang Bang  *   1:14:40 (Pop‑up)
Marina Hardy  Spanish   Options Pink Violin  Et Tu, Brute?  *   1:18:40 (Pop‑up)
Silk Flowers  Birds Of Passion   Options Silk Flowers  Post Present Medium  *   1:32:07 (Pop‑up)
Tamaryn  The Unknown   Options Led Astray Washed Ashore  Troubleman Unlimited  *   1:34:41 (Pop‑up)
Buraka Som Sistema  Lil'John's Moonwalk mix 2.0   Options Sound of Kuduro 12''  Fabric / Enchufada  *   1:37:45 (Pop‑up)
Vexkiddy  Lobster Whopper (8oz Special)   Options Kknocking Out Numbers  Cock Rock Disco  *   1:42:29 (Pop‑up)
Len Faki (Gez Varley / Tony Montana)  The World is Yours   Options Berghain 03  Ostgut Ton  *   1:45:32 (Pop‑up)
Scorpion Violente  Force de Droite   Options 7"  Hex Grammofoonplaten  *   1:49:56 (Pop‑up)
Los Super Elegantes  Dance   Options Nothing Really Matters    *   1:52:37 (Pop‑up)
George Franklin Smallwood & Marshmellow  Lady Disco   Options Lady Disco 7"  Small World    1:56:20 (Pop‑up)
CPU  Drumsolo   Options Most Unwanted - Electronic Compilation 2006  Borft    2:13:17 (Pop‑up)
Tarantel  Space Junk   Options You Can't Hide Your Love Forever 3 7"  Geographic North  *   2:16:25 (Pop‑up)
Martial Canterel  Parapraxis   Options Silent Signals  Tarantulla  *   2:20:18 (Pop‑up)
Magik Markers  Don't Talk in Your Sleep   Options Balf Quarry  Drag City  *   2:24:12 (Pop‑up)
Gesellschaft Zur Emanzipation Des Samples  Schlaf   Options Circulations  Faitiche  *   2:28:46 (Pop‑up)
Ruth  Mon Pote   Options Poutre Apparante Sampler for WFMU/Bimbo Tower (V/A)  Poutre Apparente    2:31:37 (Pop‑up)
Woven Bones  Grown Crazy   Options Split 7" w/ Jacuzzi Boys  Needless  *   2:42:20 (Pop‑up)
The Hunches  Static Disaster   Options Home Alone 5  In The Red  *   2:44:50 (Pop‑up)
The Oblivians  Ja Ja Ja   Options Barristers Ninety-Five  In The Red  *   2:47:22 (Pop‑up)
XYX  Momento Acido Contemporaneo   Options Momento Acido Contemporaneo 7"  Skulltones  *   2:48:09 (Pop‑up)
Total Abuse  Writing On The Wall   Options Demo 06 7"  Even Worse  *   2:51:40 (Pop‑up)
Flipper  Ha Ha Ha   Options Fight  MVD  *   2:52:32 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:06pm Cecile:

  12:07pm Hmmm...:

I guess big ass nails are even bigger than nine inch ones...
  12:11pm jmaes:

sounds like harry pussy without distortion
  12:11pm risky!:

GO LIZ! lets start this week strong!
  12:13pm Marshall Stacks:

Is the left channel out? I'm listening to the 128k MP3 stream.

Hi Liz.
  12:14pm Liz B.:

Left channel is really quiet because the turntable I am using acts up on me somehow every week. It is cursed. I am cursed.
  12:17pm Carmichael:

Hi Liz. I have no channel preference. Whatever works for you.
  12:18pm cursive:

In a track about Egypt! The mummy's curse!
  12:19pm Old Geezer:

Coming from an era of mono lps, any music is music to my ears!
  12:22pm Liz B.:

Yeah, I guess it was a mummy's curse. Think I fixed it, we shall see if Turntable 3 (aka Stunt Turntable) will strike again.
  12:23pm Turntable:

neener neener :-P
  12:23pm risky!:

TCB LIZ! Liz takin care of biz!
  12:26pm Joe Steele:

I trust there are no problems with the CD Rack.
  12:27pm Marshall Stacks:

I and my left ear thank you.
  12:28pm dc pat:

that's funny, I use my left ear to keep tabs on thing as well...
  12:29pm Liz B.:

OH NOES, now Turntable 2 is lefting out!! It is a curse!
  12:30pm dc pat:

oh I see, not a choice which ear to use today...
  12:31pm pauldepiperssoninberlin:

what a great track torrid sex inspired in east berlin whilst tickled on poppers. yumcha
  12:32pm Liz B.:

Apologies to the Lefties.
  12:35pm Joe Steele:

Just because it's left doesn't mean it's not right.
  12:36pm Marshall Stacks:

A sinister plot.
  12:44pm Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Have you tried whacking the turntable with a darn good slap of an open hand? That ususally works for me.
  12:46pm dc pat:

friend of mine use to recommend removing the needle cartridge and licking the contacts, no lie.
  12:54pm dc pat:

man, I only had to hear 5 seconds of this tune to know I liked it.
  12:54pm annie:

pat, didn't we used to do that to 9 volt batteries to get a jolt?
  12:56pm dc pat:

used to?
  12:56pm annie:

haha. ;)
  12:59pm Liz B.:

DC Pat, that is actually what some do here at WFMU when the turntables are acting up. I employ the unscrew-treat-like-broken-Nintendo-cartridge technique. Thanks to Station Manager Ken's spit, I think we are saved.
  1:00pm Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

I test the electric sockets in my house by bending open a paperclip and sticking it in. The trick is to let go of it really, really fast.
  1:00pm mike:

yes! can't wait for the new asdig album!
  1:01pm annie:

ok, i'll be outside hiking up steps and setting a footing.. later, gators..
  1:01pm Ken Spit:

I am magic. Fear me. I still have a curse in force on The Sorcerer's Apprentice.
  1:02pm dc pat:

ah, Ken is wise.
so long annie.
We use to make "socket busters" in high school with the paper clip through a pencil eraser. The bigger the paper clip, the bigger the flame!
  1:08pm Marshall Stacks:

My mycophile brother-in-law sometimes collects and cooks elfin saddles. They are yummy. And they do look like the little saddles that elves ride on.
  1:17pm ~L:

Hi Liz,
What's your PO Box preference?
I'm sorry I'm so late...
  1:19pm Liz B.:

Hey ~L, no worries! You can hit P.O. Box 2011, Jersey City, NJ 07303.
  1:24pm ~L:

Great, now I'm on it!
  1:27pm Chris:

That's pronounced et tu "brootay"
  1:28pm mike:

i love that spit trick with cartridges! it works every time!
  1:33pm Cecile:

I will have to listen to the Amanda show on archive. So I can pause lots and lots
  1:47pm Parq:

Miz Liz: Mike was having similar one-channell trouble this AM, and I believe he employed the spit-shine method. Ultimately, he concluded that his headphones had shorted out.

Ken, are you teling me I shoud get out the money I have invested in "Apprentice"?
  1:57pm Ken Spit:

I'm just saying, don't invest in their completion bond company. That's all. No biggie.

  2:01pm Ken Spit:


I don't mess around.
  2:08pm Parq:

My strangely Orwellian work puter will not allow me to see the piece, Ken, but the headline as incorporated into the URL tells me everything I need to know. Maybe you should change your name to "Mojo Ken".
  2:09pm Joe Steele:

The link:

"Nicolas Cage reportedly hired a Voodoo Priestess to remove a curse on the New York City set of his movie, The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, after two car accidents in two days left crew members and bystanders injured."
  2:10pm mb:

whispering sweet nothings?
  2:13pm Parq:

Miz Liz, as far as I know, the one in Greenpoint is currently the only one.

  2:15pm Ken Spit:

July 14th:

“In 38 days on set, we had 32 days of rain, which didn’t help us, said Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of the film."


I am the magic liquid. Sorry, anyone who got soaked during June, but I had some unfinished business with Dizzney. Rain is poetic justic for a Sorcerer's Apprentice project.
  2:21pm Liz B.:

Ha ha, Parq, you are right about Shea Stadium!
  2:30pm doug:

Magik Markers -- right on.
  2:37pm Parq:

Liz, is the one in Greenpoint spelled "Chez Stadium"? I vaguely remember a bar in the East Village by that name back in the day.
  2:51pm osvi:

Hey Liz! I will be seeing XYX tonight in Sacramento!! Whoo Whoo!!!
  2:58pm north guinea hills:

jajaja, nice.....
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