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Options January 19, 2010

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Flipper            0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Nothing People  Reinstall   Options Enemy with an Invitation  Permanent      0:02:33 (Pop‑up)
HouseHunters  Minotaur   Options Feeding Frenzy    1988    0:04:36 (Pop‑up)
391  Searching for a Thrill   Options 415 Music [V/A]        0:07:27 (Pop‑up)
The RPM's  I Don't Wanna Be Young   Options 7''  Sing Sing    *   0:10:03 (Pop‑up)
Equals  Police on my Back   Options Sweet Jimmy T's Beautiful Dynamite Volume 2 - The Bubblegum Years  MR ???      0:12:40 (Pop‑up)
Static Static  Satanic Speakers   Options Psychic Eyes  Tic Tac Totally      0:14:53 (Pop‑up)
Jay Reatard  All Wasted   Options Singles 06-07    RIP    0:19:04 (Pop‑up)
Tin Huey  Ice Nine Hop live at the Bank, Akron OH   Options Before Obscurity: The Bushflow Tapes  Smog Veil    *   0:21:01 (Pop‑up)
Girls On Fire  Picassa's Ghost   Options Girls Who Grew Up to Be Arts Administrators: The Girls on Fire Story  EEEEEEEE      0:23:11 (Pop‑up)
Flea Apparitions  Summoning   Options Transparent Black  Anathema Sound      0:27:55 (Pop‑up)
Noveller  Tunnels   Options Red Rainbows  No Fun  Sarah Lipstate of Parts & Labor  *   0:36:19 (Pop‑up)
Cursillistas            0:42:52 (Pop‑up)
Bob Desper  Time is Almost Over   Options         0:46:49 (Pop‑up)
Chandeliers  Activity   Options Activity EP  Captcha Records (formerly HBSP-2X)  Free Music Archive
forthcoming split w/ Lazer Crystal
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Raleigh Moncrief  Goldrush   Options Combed Over Chrome  Obstructive Vibrations  Free Music Archive    1:04:55 (Pop‑up)
uiutna  Psychedelic Room   Options Bambada    Free Music Archive    1:09:56 (Pop‑up)
Eat Rabbit  Japanese Plankton   Options Kiss the Dolphin  Da ! Heard It  Free Music Archive    1:14:42 (Pop‑up)
Bacalo  Tribal Love [edit mix]   Options     Free Music Archive    1:17:21 (Pop‑up)
Benny B. Blonco  Wizard Swing Warriors   Options Bag Of Nothingness v/a  Error-Broadcast  download    1:22:27 (Pop‑up)
Superhumanoids  Dangerous Strangers   Options Contemporary Individal  Cash Music  Free Music Archive  *   1:24:45 (Pop‑up)
Xerax  Distortion Dimension X   Options Pxl Def  Da ! Heard It Records  Free Music Archive    1:27:43 (Pop‑up)
Lizz King  Tongue Tied   Options All Songs Go to Heaven  Ehse Records  download  *   1:35:34 (Pop‑up)
Menstruation Sisters  untitled track 6   Options MA  Dual Plover  Free Music Archive    1:38:14 (Pop‑up)
Mick Barr & Chuck Bettis  Slippery Beetle   Options Live at the Black Cat 6/3/2000    Free Music Archive    1:40:18 (Pop‑up)
Nullsleep  Decade   Options Live at Blip Festival 2009    Blip Festival 2009 collection on the Free Music Archive    1:45:53 (Pop‑up)
Djarara  Medley 1   Options Live at Barbés on WFMU's Transpacific Sound Paradise 9/19/2009    Free Music Archive
NY's premier Haitian Rara group. What is Rara? "The music is played on drums and homemade bamboo horns (sometimes replaced by PVC pipes) and is often associated with certain aspects of Vaudou rituals. it's also a purely celebratory music which can have political and protest overtones."
performing live at Barbes on the 28th
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Temperatures  excerpt   Options Eksra  Ultra Marine    *   2:11:36 (Pop‑up)
Impractical Cockpit  Beyond Gourmet   Options Facilidad?  Trd Wrd    *   2:15:46 (Pop‑up)
Sad Horse  Made In China   Options cassette        2:19:33 (Pop‑up)
Naked Raygun  Tojo   Options You Weren't There: A History of Chicago Punk 1977-1984 (V/A)  Factory 25    *   2:19:37 (Pop‑up)
Arsene Obscene  Partir a la Guerre   Options 7''  Slovenly    *   2:21:20 (Pop‑up)
Big Troubles  Freudian Slips   Options 7''  Blackout  download from the blog  *   2:23:18 (Pop‑up)
The Procedure Club  Artificial Light   Options It's Only Fair  Unexplainable    *   2:25:21 (Pop‑up)
The Big Pink  Too Young to Love   Options A Brief History of Love  4AD    *   2:28:21 (Pop‑up)
Kalyanji Anandji  Back Ground Music   Options Strange Breaks & Mr Thing Vol. 2  BBE      2:31:32 (Pop‑up)
Manu Dibango  Biyam Sell Am   Options Soul Makossa        2:34:10 (Pop‑up)
Eddy Grant  Sunshine Jam   Options Walking on Sunshine 12''  Epic  thanks will!    2:39:46 (Pop‑up)
Shortstuff  Behave   Options Elevator Music [V/A]  Fabric    *   2:43:51 (Pop‑up)
Neil Landstrumm  Schlump Funk   Options Bambaataa Eats His Breakfast  Planet Mu    *   2:46:56 (Pop‑up)
Luke Top  Take it Easy   Options Homemade Hits, Vol. 1  Kittridge Records  awesome compilation from 2004    2:49:04 (Pop‑up)

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Faust live from WFMU Fest coming up on Brian Turner's show this afternoon! Joe Belock is up next w/ live music from The Doughboys! 


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Listener comments!

  9:04am Glenn L:

Hey Jason! Annie says she'll be absent today but wants to say Hello too!
  9:08am jason:

hey Glenn! and hello absent annie
  9:15am Ne-guh-tor:

This Equals RULES! Eddy G. has a fab voice.
  9:28am dc pat:

new favortie song: "HERE COMES PICASSO's GHOST!"
  9:33am Chris:

Missed the nothing people :( ...I picked up that single the other day only to find my turntable now runs slow at 45rpms - makes for some interesting listening though.
  9:34am listener mark:

Do not attempt to adjust your radio. WFMU controls the airways. This is your receipt and is NOT a ticket for travel.
  9:35am jason:

hey sorry to hear that chris, maybe you can just boost the speed manually as it plays? what can be done about that? i had that happen to a turntable once, ended up finding a better one.
  9:38am jason:

who fixes turntables these days? i went to radio shack for a radio antenna and they didnt have one
  9:42am Chris:

i tried doing it manually...it got old pretty quick. I don't know what's up with the turntable. 33 rpms is fine. someone suggested putting baby powder on the rubber band thing and flip it but it still ran slow. but i really don't know how to fix it. I've had this turntable for awhile now...maybe its time to get a new one.
  9:46am dc pat:

note to self: switch to turntable fixing career...
  9:47am Bad Ronald:

Ahh, the tables have turned!
  9:49am Chris:

not at 45rpms BR
  9:50am Bad Ronald:

You may just need a new belt...
  9:52am randy in NC:

The rubber drive belt always stretches out after a bunch of years. Good luck finding one...
  9:52am dc pat:

does anybody have one of those really expensive, totally rad looking turntables?? Are those things direct drive?
  9:55am Bad Ronald:

Turntable Belts:
  9:56am BSI:

present... but about to jump on a conference call. So I get to whimper and pine as the groovy playlist goes clicking along, without hearin' nuthin'...
  9:57am north guinea hills:

I have a pair of Vestax PDX-2000s (direct drive) as well of a handful of vintage phonographs. I just had to throw out an early 80s direct drive turntable b/c it finally died. I used to take old turntables from thrift stores and fix them up, replace the belts and everything.
  9:58am Cecile:

the wombles! Jeez. That brings me back to an awesome bubblegum year in Australia in '76.
  9:58am Chris:

WOW! - Thanks BR!
  9:59am dc pat:

DAMN YOU NGH!!! Foiled my plans of cornering the turntable fixin' market....
  9:59am Bad Ronald:

NP - Good Luck!
  10:04am north guinea hills:

no worries dc pat, I'm much too lazy these days (and lack space for hordes of broken down turntables) to worry about fixing ye ol' gramaphones these days.
  10:12am Sandy in Houston:

Our record store here fixes up old turntables. Don't y'all have a record store up there that provides that service?
  10:13am dc pat:

DAMN YOU SANDY IN HOUSTON!!! My new career is just slipping through my feeble fingers!!!
  10:15am BSI:

Orpheus Records down here (DC) used to repair 'em, I think. Then Orpheus went away, like so many brave record shops....
  10:15am Cecile:

We have a couple of turntable repair shops in Minneapolis, too.
  10:17am dc pat:

did that chipmunk just say "motherfuckin?"
  10:18am jason:

yikes, i dont think so dc pat
  10:19am Cecile:

I like this Bacalo. It's pure fluff. Great.
  10:25am Chris:

there is a turntable repair place here in chicago but it's so far north it might as well be in canada.
  10:51am Chris:

anyone have any suggestions for recording audio from youtube?
  11:03am Cecile:

There are sites where you just throw in the link in and it converts it to an MP3. Google "youtube audio converter" The quality won't be great, but you'll have the song.
  11:07am north guinea hills:

Wow, that Alan Lomax in Haiti Box Set looks deep. I must get my grubby clutches upon it!
  11:09am Carmichael:

Mornin' all. I have a Technics SL-Q3 direct-drive turntable that has served me without interruption for 31 years. I just bought a new cartridge for it yesterday, so now it's time for Ye Olde Rip-fest.
  11:10am jason:

Chris, this was recommended on http://twitter.com/wfmu a while back via DJ Rupture -- http://dirpy.com/
  11:14am Raf:

Hey Jason, tuning in for the home stretch.
  11:17am jason:

hey raf, thanks for the tapes!
  11:20am Chris:

Thanks Jaason, That is a nice little web tool.
  11:22am Magnus:

Small Faces pu-leeeeeeezzzzzeee !!!!!
  11:27am paul:

i heard someone play this procedure club cdr 2 months ago on this station. immediately ordered it and it and it just showed up last week
  11:28am jason:

well hopefully it was worth the wait paul! magnus i would love to play the small faces for you if i cna steer things in that direction
  11:29am north guinea hills:

I believe it was the Procedure Club that reminded me of Black Tambourine.
  11:35am dc pat:

wow, that dirpy thing is cool. Hanx.
  11:42am Liz B.:

Yay for Eddy Grant! He ranks up there with Giorgio Moroder in my book, solid gold!
  11:46am Ike:

Yeah, Eddy Grant is really good.
  11:53am dc pat:

dang, missed Eddy twice this morning..
  11:58am Erika H:

Ridgewood NJ represent!
  12:35pm Will:

2 Eddy joints...nice. also cool to see Manu and a Planet Mu jam.
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