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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Sneakers  Ruby   Options Nonsequitur Of Silence  Collectors' Choice      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Debris  One Way Spit   Options Talk's Cheap Presents: Speaking In Tongues [2009 WFMU Marathon premium]        0:02:55 (Pop‑up)
Crash Worship  Phuci   Options Triple Mania II  Charnel Music      0:05:47 (Pop‑up)
Tuxedomoon  Incubus (Blue Suit)   Options Desire        0:10:42 (Pop‑up)
Gods Gift  Discipline   Options Pathology 1979-1984  Hyped 2 Death    *   0:14:30 (Pop‑up)
A Place to Bury Strangers  Strictly Looks   Options In Your Heart EP  Mute  not as loud as i thought (relatively)  *   0:18:58 (Pop‑up)
Sonic Dada  Apart at the Seams   Options Serge Modular Users 2009  Rsipiscent  comp produced by Hans Grusel  *   0:23:35 (Pop‑up)
Six Finger Satellite  The Pain has Gone Away   Options False Object Sensor [V/A]  Vermiform      0:27:56 (Pop‑up)
Mutician  untitled   Options False Object Sensor [V/A]        0:33:38 (Pop‑up)
Os Mutantes  Gopala Krishna Om   Options haih Or Amortecedor  Anti    *   0:35:53 (Pop‑up)
Halo of Flies  How Does it Feel To Feel   Options Music for Insect Minds  Amphetamine Reptile      0:48:39 (Pop‑up)
Haunted George  Ghost Train   Options Where's Charlie Jones?  In The Red    *   0:51:30 (Pop‑up)
Tinariwen  Lulla   Options Imidiwan  World Village    *   0:54:21 (Pop‑up)
Made in Mexico  Black Rabbit   Options Zodiac Zoo        0:57:44 (Pop‑up)
BLO  We Are Out Together   Options Chapters and Phases: The Complete Albums 1973-1975  RPM    *   1:00:51 (Pop‑up)
Hardal  Zor   Options Nasil? Ne Zaman?  Shadoks  orig 1980    1:03:55 (Pop‑up)
Dam-Funk  Love Is Here 2nite (I Can Feel It)   Options Toeachizown  Stones Throw    *   1:07:07 (Pop‑up)
Mos Def  Supermagic   Options The Ecstatic  Downtown  samples Selda!  *   1:12:24 (Pop‑up)
Gina X Performance  Babylon Generation   Options Voyeur        1:14:35 (Pop‑up)
Shackleton  Moon Over Joseph's Burial   Options Three EP's  Perlon    *   1:19:55 (Pop‑up)
Kuupuu  Joella   Options Lumen Tahden  Time-Lag    *   1:27:16 (Pop‑up)
Anti-Pop Consortium  Reflections   Options Fluorescent Black  Big Dada  Remix this song! download multitracks and a live version here    1:31:13 (Pop‑up)
The Shivvers  No Subtitute   Options Lost Hits From Milwaukee’s First Family Of Powerpop: 1979-82  Hyped 2 Death/Teenline      1:43:13 (Pop‑up)
Bare Wires  I Don't Belong   Options Artificial Clouds  Tic Tac Totally    *   1:47:02 (Pop‑up)
Wounded Lion  Wyld Parrots   Options Creatures in the Cave 7''  Down in the Ground/Gilgongo    *   1:49:23 (Pop‑up)
Wizzard Sleeve  Invisible City   Options Wizzard Sleeve  HoZac  download their live set from Choking on Cufflinks!  *   1:52:04 (Pop‑up)
Woven Bones  Have a Soul   Options The Minus Touch  Zoo Music    *   1:55:16 (Pop‑up)
Makers  Time of Day   Options The Sore Losers Soundtrack  Sympathy For The Record Industry      1:57:43 (Pop‑up)
The Continental Kids  Power & Pride   Options Impossibles! 80s Japanese Punk & New Wave  Tokuma      1:59:20 (Pop‑up)
Traffic Sound  Survival   Options Yellow Sea Years: Peruvian Psych-Rock-Soul 1968-1971  Vampisoul      2:09:05 (Pop‑up)
Cosmic Rays w/ Sun Ra  Somebody's in Love   Options Interplanetary Melodies: Doo Wop From Saturn And Beyond, Vol. One  Norton  Sun Ra  *   2:11:36 (Pop‑up)
Mulatu Astatke with Tilahoun Gessesse  Lantchi Biye   Options The Story of Ethio Jazz 1965-1975  Strut    *   2:13:25 (Pop‑up)
Hall of Fame  I Woke Up Today   Options Hall of Fame  Amish      2:16:34 (Pop‑up)
Grass Widow  Black Hole   Options Grass Widow  Captured Tracks    *   2:20:52 (Pop‑up)
Gas  Cubicle   Options Compressed Gas 7''  Siltbreeze    *   2:22:15 (Pop‑up)
Idle Times  Driving You Sad   Options         2:25:21 (Pop‑up)
Royal Trux  New Bones   Options Accelerator  Drag City      2:29:30 (Pop‑up)
Mr. Chop  Mecca and the Soul Brother   Options For Pete's Sake  Five Day Weekend / Now-Again Records  Pete Rock's sake, that is  *   2:34:02 (Pop‑up)
Gang Gang Dance  Bebey (DJ/Rupture & Matt Shadetek Remix)   Options Solar Life Raft      *   2:36:35 (Pop‑up)
Forest Creature  track 2   Options Frustrated Analogue        2:40:19 (Pop‑up)
Jason Urick  Se Na Min   Options split 7'' w/ Jason Willett  Wildfire Wildfire    *   2:44:00 (Pop‑up)
C-Rayz Walz  Protect My Family   Options Ravipops  Def Jux      2:49:41 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:03am annie:

morning jason!!
  9:06am jason:

mornin annie!
  9:10am Bad Ronald:

Good morning Annie and Jason!!!
  9:11am BSI:

Crash Worship & Tuxedomoon = perfect vibe for a Tuesday morning. Turn the weird-o-meter to eleven, yes yes...
  9:12am annie:

hi BR!!!! word up! beautiful sunny day here...
  9:13am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Do you acknowledge the previous DJ as you change shifts, or is more of the "averted eyes in the subway" type of encounter?
  9:15am ?:

Gotta watch it. They might have cooties.
  9:16am jason:

ddgatgod that is a great question. i do acknowledge the DJ but I always worry about getting in their way ya know? so in that sense it is a bit like a NY subway encounter. But me and Scott McDowell have a nice moment when he stops by the new bin toward the end of his show. me and nachum bro down all the time. and if i can leave everything normalized at the end of the show, then i do an imaginary high5 w/ joe belock
  9:16am Secular Jew:

I don't wanna end up Orthodox, God forbid!
  9:20am Parq:

DumD, back in the 80s, on Sunday nights, we were treated to the "John Schnall Nick Hill Transitional Moment", which consisted entirely of those two DJs saying "This is the John Schnall Nick Hill Transitional Moment."
  9:38am Cecile:


You played God's Gift - and there's a reisssue! Wow!
na na na na discipline

Hey, Jason, is some Snakefinger in the stars?

Nachem bro down = GNFAB
  9:49am Cecile:

  9:49am BSI:

the haze!!!!!
  9:50am Cecile:

Tom Hazelmyer owns a great chain of hip sports bars in Minneapolis now. Grumpy's. Only sports bar I know of that has had the Melvins play there every year. And Shag signings. And great tater tots!
  9:51am Luciano:

Hello from Italy, Jason!
Hey, that's a Creation cover, isn't it?
  9:52am Cecile:

it is, Luciano!
  9:57am Luciano:

Reworked in such a noisy way, not that bad, indeed!
Didn't know these flies...
  9:58am paul from Sheffield, UK:

Howdy folks.
  10:06am Cecile:

they're a pretty cool late 80s/early 90s band.
Had very collectible singles for a while, but my favorite is Big Mod Hate Trip, which you could find for cheap for years. Tired and cold is such a great song.

Tom Hazelmyer ran Amphetamine Reptile records for years and now runs restaurants and sometimes an art gallery.
  10:08am nasok:

so fresh and so clean
  10:11am Barney:

Oh how I miss Grumpy's. Great beers (Bell's, Surly, etc.) and jukebox, and I think they even had a meat raffle at the Nordeast (where every corner has a bar and every bar ought to have a meat raffle) location.
  10:13am Cecile:

they still have the meat raffle, Barney.
And they have a location in Roseville now.
It's doing gangbusters. I like DT best, near the Dome.
  10:13am north guinea hills:

I love mos's use of the selda sample
  10:15am Billy Moe:

God, spare us the garbage music by garbage people, please!
  10:16am Cecile:

Jason, how are the powerpop comps at the Hyped 2 Death site?
Man, I think I need pretty much everything on that site.
  10:16am Luciano:

thanks, Cecile!
Sounds interesting, I think I should "investigate" them :)
So focused I am on the 60s/70s, to have missed many nice things in the 80s/90s...
  10:16am jaypee:

Good morning. I just want to take this opportunity to thank everyone at WFMU for the awesome locked-groove record I received in the mail yesterday. It has made my life complete. I play the record and raise up arms up to the infinite.
  10:17am marion:

listened to Mos Def while watching this video of men doing aerobics a friend sent. It matched. It was an absolutely hilarious little moment!!! http://www.break.com/index/the-1987-dance-aerobics-championship.html?mrr=we

try it if you don't know better!
  10:20am north guinea hills:

can't wait to get my oily paws on the lock groove record. maybe today mr. postman will bring me mine!

(t'would make for a nice dj set tonight)

oh yes, shackleton!
  10:21am Cecile:

Mine came yesterday, ngh.
  10:21am jasons:

cecile, i highly recommend h2d's entire teenline series, start w/ 107 or anything really, they're all solid. also a big fan of the shivers
  10:22am dave from ks:

hey Paul from Sheffield,UK,,does your prime minister have you convinced as did good ole W did with some of us here that its worth sending all those troops over to afganistan to keep watch over 90%the worlds Heroin Stash,,,,d
  10:22am jason:

locked groove records: fun to demonstrate for houseguests who don't understand until you ask them to go ahead and play a track
  10:24am Cecile:

could ya put some shivers on today if you've got them?
  10:25am Cheri Pi:

I got my Locked Groove record yesterday in the mail, what a delightful surprise! I can't wait to torture my boyfriend and cats with it.
Thanks WFMU!
  10:25am texas scott:

locked groove arrived yesterday.thanks.
  10:32am BSI:

Got mine as well. A whole lot of fun. ...got a show coming up in a couple of weeks, will definitely see if I can abuse innocent people with it.
  10:32am Billy Moe:

Oh, great! More garbage!
  10:33am Cecile:

hypodermic needle!
  10:33am north guinea hills:

I'm seething w/ anticipation of opening my mailbox after work!!!!!
  10:37am david from kansas:

scuse me but i got scrolled out their Paul from Sheffield,UK ,,,do you have an opinion on my question,,scrolled upward,,,thanx,,,Dave
  10:37am BSI:

Krautrock-flavored remix coming up!
  10:37am LizGig:

Yes, please! Dubbed-up ambient birds!
  10:39am stingy d:

oh cool, i hope i get my locked groove soon. just tuning in, how's everybody doing?
  10:40am stingy d:

selda is amazing!
  10:40am stingy d:

daym dame daim
  10:41am Cecile:

good, stinge.
getting over the cold from hell.
How're things? Say hi to Gladys to me.
  10:42am david from ks:

hey Aaron of Brooklyn peace ta youse,,,dave
  10:42am stingy d:

gladys says "bbb-bufff
  10:42am fbaube:

that's a great band name -- dubbed-up ambient birds
  10:43am Cecile:

awwww, Give her tum-tum a big skritch for me!
  10:45am Carmichael:

Good morning Jason and non-conformists.
  10:45am Cecile:

This Shivvers is great!
  10:50am stingy d:

gladys is making a few internet rounds lately.... here: http://www.newyorkshitty.com/?p=28059

and here:
  10:51am Cecile:

aw, coudln't see the first site, but love the second!

This Wounded Lion sounds like a lost 100 Flowers or Urinals song.
  10:52am stingy d:

oh i got one more.... from nap time

  10:53am Parq:

Stinge, the helmet shot is classic.
  10:53am annie:

still here, just lurking, working, smirking
  10:54am Cecile:

da puppy!

I gotta start saving harder for that fence - I want to get that dog next spring!
  10:54am Cecile:

hiya, annie!
  10:56am stingy d:

glad ya likes it. i got these photos of her being scared of me that i should probably do something with. she tore up the garbage and then she hid in the bath tub. it was remarkably cute.
  10:58am LizGig:

That's a happy looking dog.
  10:59am LizGig:

My dogs are jealous.
  11:00am BSI:

need to run home & hug the dog now.
  11:07am stingy d:

i want a tv so bad!
  11:08am stingy d:

i want to make sure i have listener-supported freeform radio so bad!
  11:09am jason:

are you requesting tv on the radio stingy?
  11:10am Carmichael:

Boy, I thought this was the Kinks.
  11:10am BSI:

Joining the party -- BSI pup being typically weird:
  11:11am Carmichael:

Stingy, that helmet photo's a keeper. That should be your avatar for all your social networking sites.
  11:14am jeff:

are they saying "jeff" after the doop-doos?
  11:14am Cecile:

puppy laugh! BSI, your Gomez is a handsome chap!
Lots of pitty/staffy love from 'FMUers
  11:15am Parq:

BSI, I like the one before it even better, the one with the face on the floor and the "For chrissakes dad" caption. J'regret, I don't have any links to online photos of my knuckleheads.
  11:16am jeff:

i think that's what they were saying. see you later jason!
  11:18am BSI:

thanks Park/Cecile - he's a handful. almost 3 yrs old and over 76 pounds. ... I can spend a whole day staring at him and laughing my fool head off.
  11:21am Cecile:

Urinals cover!
  11:22am jason:

urinals covers are the hot new
  11:22am Cecile:

he's a goofball. A lovely goofball.
  11:22am stingy d:

i lke the bsi doggie capture rotation flick
  11:22am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

I never understood the test of the EBS. I mean, is there any chance the tone won't play when you press the button? Even if it did, you could just mimic the sound with your voice? Perhaps it is just getting people to associate the sound with "emergency." I think saying "this is an emergency" may have more impact, however.
  11:22am BTH:

Ah, the Urinals, I know it from YLT covering the song
  11:23am laura:

My question is, has the Emergency Broadcast System ever actually been used in an Actual Emergency?
  11:24am stingy d:

oh jeez, dogs! gladys is 7. still bounds around like a mischevous puppy.
  11:28am Salat:

Very weird that you just played Tilahoun Gessesse. I was perusing the world music section at my local library and picked out a Tilahoun Gessesse cd "Ethiopiques 17" because of the cover and loved the whole album. The song you played Lantchi Biye is my favorite from that album.
  11:28am BSI:

Parq- sorry 'bout the typo. Head fulla puppies. Must be lunchtime.
  11:30am Cecile:

Salat - that has happened to me a lot listening to 'FMU.
  11:30am jason:

hey Salat, that's awesome! I wonder if my local library has some ethiopiques too...

Laura, good point. It would be much more exciting if there was an actual emergency
  11:31am Parq:

Dum dum, what's really being tested is not on the air, it's the equipment that would link the station to the EBS if it really kicked in. Laura, yes it has, I remember it kicking in during a major storm warning some years back.
  11:34am Dum Dum Guy at the Gates of Dawn:

Parq - thanks for the clarification.
  11:37am dc pat:

so..more clarification: if there's an emergency, the EBS automatically hijacks the radio signal and starts telling people to hit the fallout shelters?
  11:42am laura:

Did it kick in during the 9/11 attacks?
  11:49am stingy d:

it's been there since 'nam, and yes the emergency broadcast system runs the world.

your daily rumors have been a test of the stingy dogcast system.
  11:50am stingy d:

haha! c-rayz! i was in a bar with him one time... he has the best pick-up lines. pause.
  11:51am laura:

So, stingy d, this means you want to get back to puppies?
  11:53am laura:

Hey, this song is kind of nice.
  11:53am new EBS wording:

had this been a real, dirty-bomb type of emergency, this warning tone would have been followed by important information, such as us inviting you to stick your head between your legs and kiss your ass goodbye.
  11:54am Ike:

Laura, no it was not used during 9/11 because they didn't want to panic everybody. Or something. I think it's intended for stuff that's clearly spreading to additional areas and not localized, e.g. lava flows, oncoming hurricanes, alien viruses in the water supply, aliens threatening to blow up Seattle, etc.
  11:54am stingy d:

nah. it means i'm spreading rumors. who was that other rapper? alaska? coudn't have been,
  11:55am khaleed sheik mohammed:

  11:56am stingy d:

here goes my favorite c-rayz jawn

  11:58am laura:

Crikey. In the event that lava begins to flow into the NY Tri-State Area, I hope I have the radio on. JUST IN CASE.
  11:58am stingy d:

that mr chop record is all stuff that re-samples some of pete rock's greatest hits.
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