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Options December 7, 2010

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Batillus  Beyond the River   Options Batillus and Hallowed Butchery  Vendetta    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Red Sparrowes  A Brief Moment of Clarity Broke Through...   Options At the Soundless Dawn  Neurot    0:09:30 (Pop‑up)
Torche  Cast Into The Unknown   Options Songs For Singles  Hydra Head    0:13:17 (Pop‑up)
Saint Vitus  I Bleed Black   Options V  Southern Lord  RIP Armando Acosta  0:15:26 (Pop‑up)
Saint Vitus  The War Starter   Options Live  Southern Lord    0:20:46 (Pop‑up)
Saint Vitus  Looking Glass   Options Live  Southern Lord    0:28:03 (Pop‑up)
Throbbing Gristle  Hamburger Lady   Options The Taste of TG  Mute  RIP Peter "Sleazy" Christopherson  0:33:00 (Pop‑up)
Throbbing Gristle  Maggot Death   Options The Second Annual Report of Throbbing Gristle  Mute    0:36:48 (Pop‑up)
Throbbing Gristle  Cabaret Voltaire (live 1978)   Options The Taste of TG  Mute    0:39:46 (Pop‑up)
Earth  Engine of Ruin   Options The Bee Made Honey In The Lion's Skull  Southern Lord    0:43:45 (Pop‑up)
Germs  Dragon Lady   Options MIA (The Complete Anthology)  Slash/Rhino    0:50:18 (Pop‑up)
Germs  No God   Options MIA (The Complete Anthology)  Slash/Rhino    0:51:57 (Pop‑up)
Kylesa  Drop Out   Options Spiral Shadow  Season of Mist    1:02:29 (Pop‑up)
Sister Double Happiness  Bobby Shannon   Options Heart and Mind  Reprise    1:07:03 (Pop‑up)
The Sights  How Do You Sleep?   Options Most of What Follows Is True  Alive    1:09:39 (Pop‑up)
Cynics  Dirty Trick   Options 45  Mind Cure    1:12:07 (Pop‑up)
The Forty Fives  Don't Wanna Be The One   Options Get It Together  Ng/Artemis    1:14:23 (Pop‑up)
Adolescents  OC Confidential   Options OC Confidential  Finger    1:17:29 (Pop‑up)
Government Issue  Puppet On A String   Options Complete History Volume 1  Dr Strange Records    1:20:56 (Pop‑up)
Adverts  Gary Gilmore's Eyes   Options The Adverts - Anthology  The Devil's Own Jukebox    1:22:06 (Pop‑up)
The Leather Nun  Primemover   Options 45  Scabri    1:24:20 (Pop‑up)
Haarp  Fog Cutter   Options Housecore Records Compilation Volume 1  Housecore    1:29:12 (Pop‑up)
In Aeternum  The Pale Black Death   Options Forever Blasphemy  Necropolis    1:34:35 (Pop‑up)
TV Smith  My String Will Snap   Options Useless - The Very Best of T.V.Smith  JKP 43    1:47:29 (Pop‑up)
The Intelligence  Estate Sales   Options Males  In The Red    1:50:38 (Pop‑up)
Hugh Cornwell  Putting You In the Shade   Options Hi-Fi  Koch    1:52:26 (Pop‑up)
Brian Eno  Dust Shuffle   Options Small Craft on a Milk Sea  Warp    1:55:01 (Pop‑up)
Godflesh  Head Dirt   Options Streetcleaner  Earache    1:57:28 (Pop‑up)
Voivod  X-Ray Mirror   Options Nothingface  MCA/Mechanic    2:03:10 (Pop‑up)
Thrones  Gifthorse/ Ursa Minor   Options Alraune  The Communion Label    2:07:46 (Pop‑up)
Clockcleaner  Chinese Town   Options Auf Wiedersehen  Load    2:23:08 (Pop‑up)
Alastis  In Darkness   Options The Other Side  Century Media    2:30:11 (Pop‑up)
Saviours  Cavern of Mind   Options Into Abaddon  Kemado    2:34:03 (Pop‑up)
Kowloon Walled City  Inheritance   Options Turk Street  Wordclock    2:39:56 (Pop‑up)
Negative Approach  Can't Tell No One   Options Total Recall  Touch & Go    2:45:44 (Pop‑up)
Monster Magnet  Bored With Sorcery   Options Mastermind  Napalm    2:53:04 (Pop‑up)
Saints  A Madman Wrecked My Happy Home   Options Nothing Is Straight In My House  Cadiz    2:56:52 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:06pm SiHV:

I'd like some doom for lunch please. Thank you.
  12:10pm Cecile:

This is all lovely.
  12:11pm fishmonkeystew:


Sorry. Just had to get that out of my system.
  12:17pm Saint Victuals:

Heavier Than Thou
  12:18pm Josh RVA:

Yeah Diane bring it!
  12:20pm hugo:

the color scheme for this page isn't working; it's extremely irritating to the eyes. If, however, that's the intention, then good job (I guess).
  12:22pm hugo:

much better
  12:22pm Rodney Perkins:

Armando Acosta tribute!
  12:26pm Jim Idol:

  12:28pm Saint Victuals:

You have selected the color scheme "Living In a McDonald's Extra Large French Fry Pouch From 1986". Thank you for your patronage.
  12:29pm Jim Idol:

This song is a great mash up with the GODFLESH I am currently playing on my turntable
  12:30pm Cecile:

  12:31pm Emile:

This St. Vitus is really taking me back - awesome!
  12:32pm Saint Victuals:

I'm imagining it's actually Sarah Palin singing. She's giving a speech about stick-to-itive-ness to the Rocheport, Missouri United Daughters of the Confederacy affiliate of the Quilting Majority when her eyes slower roll back into her head, her voice deepens and she begins to recite Ancient Truths.
  12:33pm ?:

nothing but St Vitus and Voivod!
  12:33pm tim:

This past weekend I was in Lubbock, TX. While flipping channels on the dial I heard a grind/death metal jam on the Jesus station. My wife and I almost fell out of the car laughing.
  12:34pm Swanky the Cheese Fairy Princess:

Good evenin' to All. Is Today the Thirty year Death-Day of Darby Crash????If it is I'm 'spectin' a killer show. Please, Diane don't let us Down
  12:34pm Jim Idol:

  12:34pm Cecile:

tim - it might have been Trouble. They are an awesome band.
  12:35pm Cecile:

but more doomy. Not grindy. So maybe not.
  12:36pm hugo:

'20 Jazz Funk Greats' is still on my top 10 lps of all time.
  12:37pm rosh:

ha, McDonald's color scheme & now TG's Hamburger lady! it's a plot to stimulate our adrenaline glands & increase customer turnover.
  12:37pm glenn:

and an awesome d.j.. trouble, that is. but so are you, diane kamikaze.
  12:37pm ex:

hey , i was listening music ....now i listen music wearing human soul ..this is so nice ..
  12:38pm Jim Idol:

70,000 tons of METAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12:39pm dc pat:

wow, thought this was Fabio for second. Nice.
  12:47pm Tom Sawyer:

Hey tim,
Jesus Freak metal.
  12:51pm Jim Idol:

John Lennon/Darby and Dimebag
  12:53pm Jim Idol:

Damn..I thought you were playing ROUNDABOUT
  12:53pm dc pat:

AAAaaaaaaaaaahhhh..... Germs, what could be better?
  12:57pm Swanky the Cheese Fairy Princess:

John Who???
  1:00pm Jim Idol:

  1:03pm glenn:

was it freddy prinze that said it's not my job?
  1:04pm Jim Idol:

<(") that's a penguin
  1:14pm dc pat:

CYNICS! PGH in the haus.
  1:17pm Cheri Pi:

Not as fun as those sleeping puppies last year, but rarer and redder, like this color scheme:http://firefoxlive.mozilla.org/
  1:25pm jl:

Adverts - Crossing the Red Sea: best punk LP of all time
  1:26pm jl:

This single ain't too shabby either.
  1:30pm glenn:

i like the adverts for sure, but i'd put " tell us the truth" by sham 69 up against crossing the red sea any time
  1:31pm dc pat:

punchline - minutemen
  1:33pm jl:

hmm, Sham 69 aren't one of my tops, The Adverts just speak to me somehow. I could easily go with the Saints, Vibrators, 1st Bad Religion, 1st or 3rd Dictators, but this is a whole other can of worms.
  1:33pm ex:

hey, diane... dont you have some orginal recordings not all this antology , history volume 1 ..etc..
?what about real albums .
ps:.however i enjoj the same .. just wonderin ..is all.
  1:34pm Cecile:

It's a warhorse, but the Clash's 1st LP is still a strong contender.
  1:34pm Cecile:

And never mind the Bollocks....whew. That transcends most any genre.
  1:35pm glenn:

the saints were great, very underrated.
  1:35pm dc pat:

Yep, can't argue with that Cecile, but English or American version?
  1:35pm Cecile:

Forever Blasphemy sounds like a romance novel about a young girl in a medieval coven.
  1:36pm dc pat:

the Pistols didn't age well with me. Maybe I just over-played them when I was 15...
  1:36pm Cecile:

glenn, I do not argue for a minute. I love their first album, and their second one is even better.
  1:36pm glenn:

and what about stiff little fingers?
  1:37pm dc pat:

I think Suspect Device is one, if not thee, greatest punk tune ever.
  1:37pm jl:

I'd have to add Milo Goes to College too. Unless we're keeping it in the first wave of releases.
  1:37pm glenn:

i think the first saints album is better, but then again, i haven't heard either of them in 25 years, so i can't really say for sure.
  1:37pm Cecile:

I think suspect device is a great, great song. I like them a song at a time.
  1:38pm dc pat:

I love the Slits Peel recordings. Much better than the official studio album in my opinion.
  1:38pm Cecile:

dcp, that sounds like me and Elvis Costello. Can't even listen to him anymore.
  1:38pm glenn:

i'm old. aaaaaaaagggggghhhh. 50 next wednesday.
  1:39pm Cecile:

I have to agree with that dcp - I thought the Peel session was bracing, the studio album grating.
  1:39pm dc pat:

Cecile: The Jam too, ick.
  1:39pm jl:

you're brave to admit your age, happy bday. It sucks but just think of all the cool things you saw that "the kids" missed out on.
  1:40pm glenn:

i NEVER got the jam.
  1:41pm dc pat:

the guitars are just so much better on the Peel versions. Love Und Marriage is amazing and to me the definition of punk rock. I could talk punk all day...
  1:42pm dc pat:

well I was a mod so was obligated to dig the Jam...no longer, I'M FREE!
  1:42pm Cecile:

me either, glenn.
  1:42pm glenn:

also love the buzzcocks, although they were a little poppier, at least after devoto left to form magazine, the second greatest band ever.
  1:42pm Cecile:

Hah! Glenn's older than me. By like half a year...:(
  1:43pm Chris from DC:

Yep, GI is sold out far as I know.
  1:44pm dc pat:

buzzcocks rule, did you see them this year? That was fun.

And then there's all the SST stuff that "the kids" missed.
  1:44pm ScottC:

HAARP is rumored to be a secret weapon that can control the weather and cause earthquakes...
  1:44pm dc pat:

CRAP! Forgot about the GI gig.
  1:44pm glenn:

the kinks being the all time, undisputed, fo shizzle greatest band of all time.
  1:45pm Cecile:

My favorite band always changes, but AC/DC, the Stooges, the Fall and the Saints are always in the top ten.
  1:46pm dc pat:

glenn: can't argue with that either although I was reviewing their discography the other day and I basically don't listen to ANYthing after Muswell Hillbillies.
  1:46pm Cecile:

The Kinks bounce around there, too.
  1:46pm glenn:

all time greatest band of all time? redundancy much?
  1:47pm Cecile:

I like Preservation Part II. But it's song by song after that. I still have a soft spot for "come dancing."
  1:48pm Jim Idol:

I would die to see anything related to THE KINKS
  1:48pm glenn:

soap opera is very good, but i generally agree. but the stuff before that? sublemon. the fall are, excuse my french, fucking amazing.
  1:49pm Cecile:

the Fall are monoliths of art.
  1:49pm dc pat:

and while we're off of punk, I must admit great affection for the Beatles. They're sort of like family to me, what can I do?
  1:51pm glenn:

i'd say lennon and mccartney wearing toilet seats around their necks in hamburg is fairly punk. http://www.theonion.com/video/excitement-growing-among-beatles-fans-for-paul-mcc,18590/
  1:52pm dc pat:

I agree but I get criticism for trying to classify everything as punk. Howlin Wolf is punk to me...
  1:53pm Cheri Pi:

Swell Maps, Saints, The Fall & Buzzcocks-got me through the 80's.
  1:54pm glenn:

howlin' wolf is my man, but i say to you here - george jones is the greatest singer ever.
  1:54pm Chris from DC:

Pat, Buzzcocks lastshow here was great. Always a good time. Gotta get a word in for Mission of Burma.
  1:54pm Cecile:

Oh, yeah, Burma. Also - I have a huge soft spot for the Wipers
  1:55pm glenn:

toronto had some great bands - the viletones, the demics, crash kills five, u.i.c.
  1:58pm Jim Idol:

  1:58pm glenn:

i love mission of burma too, but are they really a punk band? that's like saying wire is a punk band.
  1:58pm glenn:

hey jim idol - ha ha ha.
  2:00pm Chris from DC:

I think Burma have one foot in punk, but they are much more, yes.
  2:00pm Jim Idol:

Call me later
  2:02pm glenn:

  2:09pm jaw:

Man am I glad that Ken isn't the kind of guy that would wimp out because of the weather! I just got back in from a 45 min walk, and I wouldn't even want to roll off a lawn cushion onto the ground, much less fall from a lawn chair into a frozen Jersey City parking lot. I bet it warms up a lot.
  2:40pm Cheri Pi:

Reactionaries and Wiper's new re-ishes are worth owning.
  2:43pm jl:

who are the reactionaries? never heard the name.
  2:46pm Cheri Pi:

Band before the Minutemen-featuring D.Boone
  2:47pm josh:

love the thrones.
His new mini cd is rad.
  2:49pm dc pat:

oh yeah, that reactionaries stuff is great. Wire's first album is punk enough for me.
  2:50pm dc pat:

Bad Brains in the early days can't be beat.
  2:52pm dc pat:

black flag, Rise Above is prob the second greatest punk tune ever.
  2:55pm jl:

this MM song rocks mightily
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