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All the hits that fit…and more!

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Options October 20, 2009: The Medium Is the Message: 7'' Singles

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Timmy's Organism  No Hassle   Options Squeeze the Giant  Sacred Bones  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Snapper  Vader   Options Vader / Gentle Hour 7''  Flying Nun  0:04:30 (Pop‑up)
Monoshock  Hawkwind Show   Options Model Citizen (Nitroglycerine) 7''  Bag of Hammers  0:09:16 (Pop‑up)
Ghost Rider  Ride   Options RIde b/w Destructox Fury  American Frequency  0:11:03 (Pop‑up)
Nothing People  It's Not Your Speakers   Options The World is Lousy WIth Ideas #1  Almost Ready  0:16:20 (Pop‑up)
Strangulated Beatoffs  Exorcism   Options Double 7'' Single Set  Sin Raft  0:20:17 (Pop‑up)
Om  Gebel Barkal (version)   Options Gebel Barkal 7"  Sub Pop  0:26:33 (Pop‑up)

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Moles  Get Some (Don Nix)   Options Double Single  Ringers Lactate  0:37:01 (Pop‑up)
Sufi Mind Game  side B   Options Shango-Grozny  Holy Mountain  0:39:58 (Pop‑up)
Clair Obscur  Excerpt from a Live Concert at Usine Pali Kao, Paris 1983   Options COIT Bonus 7'' (split w/ G-Nox)  Vinyl on Demand  0:47:08 (Pop‑up)
Medusa Cyclone  Invisible World   Options Hypnosis Take 7''  Manta Ray Fleet  0:55:05 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Lucky Dragons 


Vrais Noms / True Names 7'' 

Atelier Ciseaux 

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Phil Ochs w/the Pan African Ngembo Rumba Band  Bwatue   Options     1:06:12 (Pop‑up)
Barnacled  Damp   Options Table No. 12  White Denim  1:09:28 (Pop‑up)
Zu        1:13:03 (Pop‑up)
Striborg        1:16:15 (Pop‑up)
Rudy Ray Moore        1:19:58 (Pop‑up)
Tyvek  GIve it Up   Options Summer Burns 2x7''  What's Your Rupture  1:22:19 (Pop‑up)
Guided by Voices  Break Even   Options The Grand Hour 7'' EP  Scat  1:24:58 (Pop‑up)
DC Snipers  (baby) don't be so violent   Options     1:26:50 (Pop‑up)
Anton LaVey  Honolulu Baby   Options     1:29:45 (Pop‑up)
Lazy Magnet  Rabbit Magician's Creation Fable   Options Initiate Rites of the Rabbit Magician  Corleone  1:33:12 (Pop‑up)
Men's Recovery Project  Normal Man   Options     1:36:05 (Pop‑up)
Melvins  Night Goat   Options     1:38:39 (Pop‑up)
nudge squidfish        1:43:07 (Pop‑up)
Pink Reason  Borrowed TIme   Options     1:48:42 (Pop‑up)
Shearing Pinx        1:49:49 (Pop‑up)
Billy Bao  Acculumation   Options     1:52:15 (Pop‑up)
Primitive Calculators  Signals   Options Glitter Kids  Meeuw Muzak  1:57:19 (Pop‑up)
Prisonshake  Eisbar   Options Two Sisters    2:00:12 (Pop‑up)
Measles Mumps Rubella  Zusamman Mit Motown   Options   M'Ladys  2:03:32 (Pop‑up)
Mattress  Have You Heard?   Options     2:06:29 (Pop‑up)
Joseph Suchy  Tau   Options   Tonschact  2:10:54 (Pop‑up)
Solid Eye  side b exc   Options The Rooster Flew Over the Barn 7''    2:16:51 (Pop‑up)
Menstruation Sisters  Down for the Count   Options Holy Africa  White Demin  2:21:18 (Pop‑up)
Toni Laakso  Bassomatik   Options Ikuinen Vaeltaja  Lal Lal Lal  2:24:05 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:




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Catatonic Youth  Out of Control   Options Piss Scene 7''  HoZac  2:34:20 (Pop‑up)
Davila 666  Me Va Muy Mal   Options Pingarocha y la Diva Rockera 7''    2:36:03 (Pop‑up)
The Pets  Sticky Situation   Options   Sweet Rot  2:38:08 (Pop‑up)
Les Thugs  Sunday Time   Options     2:40:00 (Pop‑up)
Killdozer  Nasty   Options Lupus    2:44:36 (Pop‑up)
Ramoncin y W.C.  Rock and Roll Dudua   Options Rock and Roll Dudua b/w El Rey del Pollo Frito  EMI Spain 1978  2:49:03 (Pop‑up)
Meat Puppets  Out in the Gardener   Options In a Car 7''  SST  2:53:11 (Pop‑up)
The Breeders  The Freed Pig   Options Head to Toe    2:54:36 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:04am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Why did seven inch records typically have the big hole in the center. The standard size hole works just fine with a seven inch and obviously does not need any type of adapter. What possessed them to use the big hole?
  9:08am postmanpaul:

hi jason - this is a lot of sound off little recuds.
ddgatgodawn - were'nt the big ones for juke box play?
personally, i've always prefered a choice of holes.
  9:10am Parq:

Just did a quick google -- can you tell how I'm just dying to get to work? -- and PMP appears to be correct, the conv. wisdom is that the large hole was for jukebox access.
  9:15am Tom:

who is this ghost rider and how did they get so good?
  9:16am postmanpaul:

yeah, awesome start to the show - work is done for the day and i'm ready for a glass of red, a little smoke and yoooou jason!
  9:17am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Learn sumpin every day. Thanks.
  9:18am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

BTW, I am embarrassed to admit how often I get the math wrong when submitting a comment.
  9:21am jason:

hey dum dum, pmp, tom, parq and lurkers, thanks for tunin in this morning i'm gonna be playing the HITS!!! got a stack of 7 million 7''s, more if you please. and i dont know much about the band ghost rider, that was one i found in the fmu library and it sounded damn good
  9:24am Tom:

Same Ghost Rider that Liz played yesterday?
  9:25am annie:

yay!! just in time!!
  9:25am Ike:

Enjoying show.

What Parq said re: work.
  9:25am postmanpaul:

as anyone seen my glasses?
  9:27am jason:

i dont think so, tom. that was a band from myanmar and this band is on the AMerican Frequency label with no trace of burma
  9:28am bw:

I like that you are putting 7" in the album field! hah
  9:34am Tom:

Wow, two cool Ghost Rider bands in two days.
  9:39am postmanpaul:

fuas tf, liirjppq lf lmi qqzd rth9!
  9:41am Tom:

Just found today's Ghost Rider for $4.
  9:46am PMD:

Mornin' all. I'd like to hear something by 7" please.
  9:46am postmanpaul:

jason, this wicked piece reminds me of the unaccompanied tribal sing-song from the movie baraka.
  9:48am postmanpaul:

surface scratches were once annoying untill i discovered wfmu!
  9:51am Cecile:

hope everyone is having a good day.
I'm kind of at the crossroads. I can see it either getting better or turning into a cavalcade of suck.

this is an awesome piece

annie, how is the Absinthe World Tour going?
  9:52am dc pat:

yeah, this Clair Obscur is making me feel good.
  9:57am annie:

cecile, it was a wonderful trop to the big city of brooklyn.. she handed out over a hundred samples.. great turnout!!.. and the we had supper at a place called "the richardson".... wow... great food; good atmosphere. they also serve the ebsinthe there.. my trip ends tomorrow, i'm kindof back home but have to stay in town to get isa spayed.. then back to the hill wednesday am...in exchange for staying here i am cleaning her house.....
  9:57am Cecile:

Medusa Cyclone!
I think Matt Smith from Outrageous Cherry did some stuff with them. or at least played on some bills with them.
  10:01am Cecile:

oh, annie, that sounds wonderful. So cool!

Give Isa lots of pats and treats for me.

Say, my mind shouldn't be wandering in these directions, but is it against the law to have booze as a 'FMU premium? I'd kick in just to support your friend and help 'FMU if she donated a bottle or two of absinthe...
  10:11am postmanpaul:

annie - that sounds a fair exchange, pats to isa from me too.
we are national striking on friday annie (sociologically a great british institution). have mixed feelings. but shit is coming down on us from high places.
  10:15am annie:

pmp-yeah i figured it was imminent.. hope it has a good outcome. isa will be fine; i felt like a mom leaving her kid at the sitter for the first tine.. she will gets pats from all of you, thanks.... the hard part will be to keep her quiet enough to heal her wound. but i am going to be ready with the arnica, at least..
  10:20am GP:

Morning all.
Annie, Get thee to Kalifornia and take Isa to one of those "clinics" that our president just said were cool. A prescription for you and one for Isa...everything will be good.
  10:21am annie:

sounds like the perfect "cure", gp..
  10:22am Peter Tosh:

legalize it.
  10:24am Cecile:

Yeah, you'll have to put Isa in the "cone of shame".
  10:25am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

If WFMU were really edgy, it would have a week in which only ten inch records were used. Any fool can dredge up and spin a seven inch record. Poseurs.
  10:27am I am NOT paranoid:

Whats the word on the comment board? I know it was down for a bit yesterday for an upgrade. Are all of our comments now being sent to a 3-letter govt. agency for review and further action?

DDGATGOD: Make it 8-tracks and then we can wait for the tape to fast-forward to the good songs.
  10:28am jason:

no reason to be paranoid, the comments (and other parts of the site) were down for a server upgrade
  10:28am postmanpaul:

annmie - everything will be fine, don't worry!
i felt the same when my cairo street cat nefertiti was 'seen to' when i was living out in the wild wild east that is egypt. boy, did she put up a fight! but not before she produced two beautiful kittens (mini-me and rocky) before the op. unfortunately i had to leave them out there. that was the hardest part...
  10:31am GP:

Phewww..was worried there for a minute ; ) Thanks Jason.
  10:32am Cecile:

he obviously didn't sell his soul to the devil for musical talent, I'll tell you that.
  10:33am PMD:

Hi annie - all will be fine with Isa...
so, if I stay at your place will you come down and clean MY house?
  10:37am annie:

sure!! pmd...any time!! pmp- i feel your pain, i left four cats to new homes when i relocated here.. fortunately, the lady who took them is great....
  10:37am postmanpaul:

presumably you are planning a vasectomy pmd! i'd have some of that absinthe ready annie...
  10:37am GP:

Ha ha Cecile,

He sounds like someone else..is it Hasil Adkins? I don't know my brain is not working so good today.

This is still creepy..sounds like a David Lynch sound track.
  10:37am jason:

  10:38am Tom:

Bring back Nudge!
  10:39am annie:

coming up pmp!!
  10:50am postmanpaul:

gas central-heating has just gone down here, brrrrrrrrr. wish i was not so dependant on non-wood-log warmth!
  11:02am Falco -hey remember us:

Alles klar der kommissar?
  11:09am postmanpaul:

jason - i'm not tiring of hearing these hits again. btw, are they all covers?
  11:12am jason:

PMP -- eisbar was a cover but i think that's it. borrowed time just sounds like the stooges
  11:12am PMD:

PMP, hmmm... that might be kinda difficult.
  11:14am postmanpaul:

pmd - ha! i should not have assumed...
  11:25am GP:

Weird. head this same noise coming from my bathroom last night...did not want to look in there cause, well you know...zombies.
  11:30am PMD:

this is making the rounds: zombie wedding cake:
  11:41am The Ded Vikings:

Zom zom zom zom
zombie doobie
zom zom zom zom zom
zombie doobie
zom zom zom zom zom
zombie doobie zom
Wah wah wah wa-ahhh
  11:44am dc pat:

that's funny, I had a zombie on my wedding cake--s'pose to be me.
  11:46am Lulu:

  11:46am JT:

oh you didn't. not nasty.

i have this 7" actually
  11:46am GP:

Whooohoo KILLDOZER!!!

<doing the robot dance in my mind>

Thanks PMD
  11:51am Cecile:

I never knew they did this song!
  11:55am dc pat:

my friends must have every SST 45 LP ever issued...
  11:55am Ike:

Yeah nice Killdozer. And hey it's the Meat Puppets. Nifty.
  11:56am esch oder anarchie!:

Sebadoh cover ...
  11:57am Cecile:

I need that Killdozer 45 now. Badly. Or a dl of Nasty
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