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Options November 26, 2010: #71 Cooking Up With the Tears of Angels, as Mere Water Will Not Do

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Fabio Frizzi & Giorgio Tucci  Zombie Theme   Options Zombie  Blackest Heart Media    CD    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Blue Sabbath Black Cheer  Bats (Septic Death)   Options Blue Sabbath Black Cheer  Doom Mantra    LP    0:05:00 (Pop‑up)
Decoy Jews  Adult Elder   Options OWL V  Owl Eater  2010  MP3  various artists  0:09:16 (Pop‑up)
aslis / Bob Blaize / Jeph Jerman  Red Eyes & False Moons (with Travis Johnson and Cole Lee)   Options Polyphemus  Haunted Echo / Owl Eater    CD-R    0:14:41 (Pop‑up)
Robert O. Ragland  Q - Main Title + Filet of Human Soul + Blood Drops From the Sky   Options Q - The Winged Serpent, Original Motion Picture Soundtrack  Cam    CD    0:30:39 (Pop‑up)
KILT & Sanguine Vessel  1 Untitled   Options Untitled  Breathmint    CD-R  http://breathmint.net/?p=2826  0:40:19 (Pop‑up)
OPPONENTS  Untitled (Side A)   Options Click Here to Try Drugs  Baked Tapes    Cassette  split w/ Grasshopper  0:59:32 (Pop‑up)
Ungoliant  Untitled Track 4   Options Ungoliant  no label    CD-R    1:10:21 (Pop‑up)
Imynvokad  By Blood Does the Beast Arise   Options Ad Ordines Descendens  Pale Horse Recordings    7"    1:31:34 (Pop‑up)
Arabrot  The Dolorous Years   Options Revenge  Fysisk Format    CD    1:33:58 (Pop‑up)
Cutthroat  Blitzkrieg Air Attack   Options Rape Rape Rape  ISO666/Root of all Evil    CD  Japan  1:49:45 (Pop‑up)
Mauser  End of the Line   Options 2010 Summer Tour EP  self-released    Cassette    1:51:44 (Pop‑up)
The Secret  1968   Options Solve et Coagula  Southern Lord  2010  CD    1:54:41 (Pop‑up)
Moss  Eternal Return   Options Never Say Live  Buried and Forgotten  2010  Cassette    2:03:02 (Pop‑up)
Feed the Dragon  Bromide Romance   Options split LP with Roman Torment  Anarchymoon Recordings    LP    2:19:37 (Pop‑up)
Andreas Brandal  Minus One   Options Minus  Kendra Steiner Editions    CD  3" mini CD  2:34:45 (Pop‑up)
Husere Grav + Ryan McGill  Untitled   Options Husere Grav  Small Doses    CD-R    2:38:38 (Pop‑up)
York Factory Complaint  Trouille's Mannequins   Options Trouille's Mannequins  Period Tapes    CD-R    2:48:43 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:13am d.francis:

Yes! This is my kind of holiday music!
It's nice to hear you live instead of on the archives.
I dig-ith!
  12:31am coalhard:

thanks wm. for manning the helm on this swallum day!!!
  12:46am MD:

Why do you HAVE to do a tribute. You don't have to do anything, freeform radio, right? That said, when my Grandmother died, she who at the end of her life volunteered at a botanic garden, the botanic garden community did some tributes to her because that's what she was into, the botanic community. When my still living grandmother dies (she volunteers her time at a library) she is most likely going to be given some kind of tribute at the library, because that's what she is into, and that's what human beings do. But she won't be given tribute on WFMU, why should she, the WFMU community knows nothing about her. So, no, you don't have do anything you don't want to do. But to make it seem like it's silly that the music world would pay tribute to a dead musician.. well, that insults my grandma a little. Anyway, happy thanksgiving. Hope your grandmother can enjoy some more time on earth.
  12:51am Wm.:

I mourn my OWN dead, was what I meant to say. I remember how everyone got a HUGE boner for Malcolm McLaren when he died. All this "what a loss" crap IS silly. No loss to me personally.
  12:51am MD:

Enjoying the show as always, by the way!
  12:54am MD:

It's not a "loss". But to fail to understand that SOME OTHERS may wish to mark the basic "change" of form that death marks for the human creature.. ah I dunno I think it's an age thing. [/back to my rocker-walker]
  12:54am Wm.:

How CAN we go on when Sleazy's lungs have breathed their last? I think we'll manage. One more for the "band in heaven"; he can cut them up or something.
  12:56am ifny:

ah the unmistakeably saucy scrabblings of your castle of quiet...so refreshing
  12:57am ifny:

a tribute to my appetite for destruction...
  12:57am dw:

death, that life's disappointment guaranteed
  12:58am MD:

I haven't really heard anyone moaning about how CAN we go on. I mean I've just come from a dinner where no one knew who Sleazy was. Then I turn on the radio, bully pulpit, only one voice stating his opinion, and it's this particular opinion. I suppose if I spent all day on the internet I would feel differently maybe. Ah well..
  1:01am dw:

What are the 2 guys smokin'!?
  1:02am coalhard:

i enjoyed that exchange guys, was a learning experience
  1:02am Wm.:

I didn't spend my whole day online, either. Some kind of personal dig or something? Pop-star death affects me not one iota. HAVE I NOT MADE THIS CLEAR? I hate reunion gigs, too. Stay broken up, I say.
  1:02am j:

pineapple diesel
  1:03am pokuri:

  1:05am j:

Michael Jackson made death mainstream. The death backlash.
  1:10am coalhard:

wm. won the debate(TECHINICAL)--case closed--NEXT
  1:17am MD:

Yeah "pop star death" -- the maturity of these debating skills is staggering. I see not personally making a big deal about the death of a musician. What I don't get is trying so hard to be seen as being above it all. WFMU is part of a community of musicians and people interested in music, some of whom may have known Peter, etc. If this was a community of people interested in I dunno surgery and some surgeon whose work we admired had died, I think we would at least note the basic change of form that death implies... But again, I think this is an unwinnable argument between age and youth, and you youths have the floor (and are also immortal, for the moment...)
  1:20am c lav:

this song is bugging me out! i'd probably throw up if i was listening to it through headphones. ooof.
  1:22am Wm.:

I'm not a youth, I'm 46. Our blog's homepage has an embedded TG video, and a notice of Sleazy's passing. Don't assail my debating skills just because you disagree. I don't get worked up when a musician whose work I enjoyed dies; YOU ARE FREE TO WANK AS YOU PLEASE.
  1:23am coalhard:

i ate some techinical fowl myself was good mmmmmmmmmmm
  1:25am ifny:

hahah now you're just provoking the peanut gallery. getting a boner for dead musicians, who *does* that? or even a hard clit...
  1:25am c lav:

black magik friday
  1:26am MD:

My last comment: while getting ready tonight we listened to at least 4 hours of WFMU and neither of the DJs mentioned Peter, which I think was completely appropriate. Why say anything? Why try so hard to look like a hardman? When again, some people listening may have known peter, I mean that's not so hard to understand with a station like WFMU. Why have a special focus on this at all. You are the only one speaking into the mic..
  1:30am Wm.:

  1:31am coalhard:

please don't leave md--we see your point--out here in radio land
  1:35am osvi:

What up, Mr. Burger? The Castle is especially spooky tonight. The Dead seem to be everywhere...
  1:35am Wm.:

I was making a preemptive strike. You know how we Yanks love those.
  1:36am osvi:

Oops, no disrespect...Mr. Berger...
  1:39am j:

I remember listening to the castle when Alex Chilton died.
  2:07am coalhard:

recipe for zombie burger:
a slice of beef
bit of must heard
slice of opinion
some malnaize
  2:12am dw:

  2:15am dw:

hhaha! click here to try drugs!
  2:19am dw:

diggin' the grave tonight!
  2:27am coalhard:

the gravy is a bit lumpy tonite-just needs to cook more
  2:29am j:

feed the dragon tryptophan
  2:29am dw:

Feed The Dragon!
  2:31am Wm.:

"Lumpy Gravy" makes me think of Frank Zappa...now I am weeping...music has never been the same since his passing...DAMN! WHY? WHY?!?!
  2:34am coalhard:

damit jim wm. is a dj not an actor
  2:58am coalhard:

  3:08am P.ORRIRDGE:

RIP Peter 1955-2010 <3
  7:49am dours:

what no archive yet. fuck fuck fuck fuc kfuckahohajlmbbbjasdlkf;jd fuck
  1:07pm SiHV:

Finally listening. Definitely digging the KILT.
  2:07pm don:

@0:59 = oh snap!!! this is that cool stuff opponents were playing in nyack in september! i'm late getting to this archive but... BLTN. <clicks here>
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