Options Brian Turner: Playlist from January 25, 2011 Options

Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Options January 25, 2011

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
The Son of P.M.  Ra Cha Khlong   Options Hey Klong Yao!  EM    *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Malaikat Dan Singa  Susu Naga   Options Suara Naga  K    *   0:03:30 (Pop‑up)
Primitive Calculators  Pumpling Ugly Muscle   Options 7"  Sweet Rot    *   0:05:41 (Pop‑up)
Ilitch  Waiting for Mabelle   Options 10 Suicides  Fractal      0:09:47 (Pop‑up)
Nurse With Wound  I Don't Want To Have Easy Listening Nightmares   Options Alice the Goon  United Dairies      0:20:10 (Pop‑up)
Trouble  Tales of Brave Ulysses   Options Psalm 9  Escapi      0:24:22 (Pop‑up)
Skull Defekts (feat. Daniel Higgs)  Gospel of the Skull   Options Peer Amid  Thrill Jockey    *   0:28:13 (Pop‑up)
Jack Ruby  Hit and Run   Options     1974    0:33:14 (Pop‑up)
Wire  Now Was   Options Red Barked  Pink Flag    *   0:39:49 (Pop‑up)
Pompidoo  Synthesized Voice   Options Various: Nice Up the Dance  Soul Jazz      0:41:56 (Pop‑up)
Lemmy            0:49:16 (Pop‑up)
Knights of Timbre  Adoration of the Wire   Options Rite of Noise  Robert and Leopold    *   0:49:45 (Pop‑up)
Bolide  Sun Druids Lewes Rum   Options The Universal Omphalus      *   0:51:57 (Pop‑up)
Little Princess Orchestra  Nasty Girl   Options Oedipal Complexes  Not the Sixties    *   0:55:53 (Pop‑up)
T Valentine  Hello Lucille Are You a Lesbian   Options Hello Lucille...Are You a Lesbian  Norton      0:57:41 (Pop‑up)
Milk Music  Be Here Now   Options Beyond Living  Milk Music    *   0:59:39 (Pop‑up)
Bob Seger  Persecution Smith   Options Never Mind the Silver Bullets, Here's Early Bob Seger (boot)        1:01:39 (Pop‑up)
The Fingers  Isolation   Options 7"  Last Laugh    *   1:04:36 (Pop‑up)
Dr. Koch Ventilator  Der Lugner   Options 7"        1:07:31 (Pop‑up)
Ebirac All-Stars w/La Calandria & Ramito  Plena Matrimonial   Options Various: Salsa Boricua de Chicago  Numero    *   1:10:24 (Pop‑up)
Aditi Tahiti  5 Minutes on Solaris   Options The Time Canvas  Majmua Music    *   1:18:30 (Pop‑up)
Genghis Attenborough  Orion   Options Wildlife On Fire  Not the Sixties    *   1:18:53 (Pop‑up)
Mattin  2   Options Object of Thought  Prestol?    *   1:21:02 (Pop‑up)
Deekay Jones  New York   Options Various: Pulse of New York        1:24:44 (Pop‑up)
Soft Tags  The Appeal of Alice to the Spectre of Walter   Options Blue House  No Label    *   1:29:58 (Pop‑up)
Verlaines  Mission of Love   Options Way Out Where  Slash      1:32:53 (Pop‑up)
Gang of Four  You'll Never Pay For the Farm   Options Content  Yep Roc    *   1:37:08 (Pop‑up)
Vegetable  Castration Frustration   Options 7"  Gilgongo    *   1:45:58 (Pop‑up)
Factory Floor  Lying   Options 10"  Blast First Petite    *   1:47:56 (Pop‑up)
Seefeel  Making   Options Seefeel  Warp    *   1:52:37 (Pop‑up)
Aethenor  Vyomagami Plume   Options En Form For Bla  VHF    *   1:59:35 (Pop‑up)
ANBB  I Wish I Was a Mole in the Ground   Options Mimikry  Raster-Noton    *   2:01:42 (Pop‑up)
Hirax  Broken Neck   Options Barrage of Noise  Deep Six      2:05:30 (Pop‑up)
25 Suaves  Juan's Rules   Options 1938  Bulb      2:06:58 (Pop‑up)
Nihill  Mundus Suberraneanus   Options Krach  Hydra Head    *   2:11:04 (Pop‑up)
Astro   The Omen of Transformation   Options Various: Cold Fire 12      *   2:16:15 (Pop‑up)
David Mitchell & Denise Roughan  Jewel   Options Various: Killing Capitalism With Kindness  Turbulence      2:26:36 (Pop‑up)
Kathy Benitez  Phantom Zone   Options         2:29:39 (Pop‑up)
Carlton Melton  March of the Cicacdas   Options split w/ Qumran Orphics  Mid To Late    *   2:34:51 (Pop‑up)
Rob Jo Star Band  Black Sun   Options Rob Jo Star Band  Pomme    *   2:44:36 (Pop‑up)
13th Floor Elevators  Rollercoaster   Options Live (from 10CD box)        2:50:26 (Pop‑up)
TK Ramamoorthy  Begada   Options Fabulous Notes and Beats of the Indian Carnatic-Jazz  EM    *   2:58:39 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  3:04pm dc pat:

first woo.
  3:04pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

howdy hoo
  3:05pm dc pat:

does Malaikat Dang Singa translate to Arrington de Dionyso?
  3:08pm Ike:

Holy cow rumps! BT comes charging out of the gate today with a raucous vengeance.
  3:09pm Cheri Pi:

The whole show rocks so hard and we''re only 3 songs in!
  3:11pm VCS3:

Very SUICIDE-etc..
  3:11pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey everyone!
Primitive Calculators was great--for those who like the lyrical rhythms of Lesley Gore but wish, it was a TAD more hardcore, there you go!
  3:11pm h b:

Hey Brian!!!!
  3:11pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

I think I just downloaded this Ilitch last week
  3:12pm BT:

Afternoon ye swabs.
  3:12pm SiHV:

afternoon all.
  3:13pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

i am a cotton swab
  3:16pm Matt from Springfield:

I tried out for the police's SWAB team, but didn't qualify.
  3:17pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

too non-absorbent?
  3:21pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: They hired someone else, Charles Schwab, I think it was. They're such SNAWBs.
  3:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Son of P.M. was Thai--korp khun krap, Brian!

Naga is a Buddhist concept--is there any conceptual connection to Buddhist on that album?
  3:26pm osvi:

Nurse with Wound @ work...perfect!
  3:27pm Mark:

I'm transforming into a cockroach!!!
Thanks WFMU's Brian Turner!!!
  3:27pm bill:

Wow, Trouble sounds a LOT better than I remember on my cassette player
  3:34pm Hollywood Dreamers:

All the Hollywood Dreamers are waiting for you to play "World's On Fire" by Victoria De Mare (d'Mar) from her debut album Actress on Flesh-O-Rama!
Hey, Brian, the lyrics of the song make sense the night of Obama's message to the USA.
  3:37pm dc pat:

that's a little...uh, out there for 1974, don't you think?
  3:44pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

  3:52pm Matt from Springfield:

All your years of taking acid and listening to rock interviews have finally caught up with you and converged!!
  3:55pm Emile:

What a wanker tjis interviewer is!
  3:59pm listener james from westwood:

"You are? You do? You WHAT??!" LOL!!
  4:02pm nosaJ:

The real story behind the Kenny Rogers song...
  4:02pm frenchee:

hello swabs, are you a lesbian? hee
  4:03pm frenchee:

the boss is endlessly cracking sunflower seeds so I am tuned in to the mighty woof moo
  4:05pm Matt from Springfield:

Whoa--this IS early Seger! Doesn't even sound like him, even "Sock It To Me Santa" you can tell it's Bob Seger!
  4:06pm Tom:

Dont know this Seger track ... it's like James Brown beltin out Dylan with Ron Asheton playing along.
  4:10pm Matt from Springfield:

Now what would this genre be? "German Nintendo-core"?
@Tom: That's true, I agree!
  4:16pm Richard from Venezuela:

Hi all.
  4:18pm Joel:

What happened to Diane today?
  4:21pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

she misspelled her name and turned into Duane
  4:22pm Matt from Springfield:

Genghis, on the other hand, seems to have had acid trips and the BBC Radiophonic Workship converge on him today.
  4:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Richard. What's new today?
  4:28pm Ike:

@DCE, wow, then I'm just one letter away from turning myself into any number of Mikes. Do I want to be DJ Mike Lupica? A great writer/DJ, but I'd also have to take care of a little snot-monster, so I'll skip that. Besides I don't really know which Mike I'd get. I might end up being Mike the fat plumber from Bayonne, or Mike the homeless guy who lives under a bridge in Branch Brook Park. Hmm... I'll be even more careful with my spelling than usual, then.
  4:31pm Richard from Venezuela:

All good Matt. Yohandry Orozco, a under 20 soccer player for my country, score an amazing goal yesterday against Perú. Check this out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2vGqBQG86k
  4:34pm SiHV:

Diane said last week that she'd be on that Heavy Metal cruise ship thing.
  4:35pm Tom:

whoa, Richard! Was that a friendly?
  4:35pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Ike, if you had a really bad day at the keyboard you could turn into an ilk
  4:37pm Richard from Venezuela:

No tom. Its an official qualifying game to the under 20 world cup in Colombia.
  4:38pm Matt from Springfield:

@Richard: The goalie just couldn't stop that!
@DCE: I've noticed you posting as DC "Ryes" and other variations before.
  4:38pm Matt from Springfield:

DC "Lies", etc etc...
  4:39pm Tom:

Aha ... cool.
  4:39pm NYC Metro Area:

Please play "World's On Fire" by Victoria De Mare(d'Mar)! We are all dying to hear it here! We love her!!!
  4:42pm Mike from Corona Queens:

@NYC Metro Area: We "all"? I beg to differ...
  4:43pm mingo:

"history don't happen by accident, it's planned"...
  4:48pm Ike:

What's a good punishment for a pathetic msg board shill? Dip 'em in sticky habanero tar, cover with scratchy feathers, and push across Brooklyn Bridge in a rusty wobbly shopping cart?
  4:49pm Matt from Springfield:

Habanero tar? Is that from the kitchen where they make the "suicide six" hot wings?
  4:50pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

no, that's from my chili pepper bong!
  4:52pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: But remember, the Surgeon General says that "low" habanero tar chili peppers are just as spicy, and make pot just as potent.
  4:53pm Matt from Springfield:

If Willie Nelson was the Surgeon General, perhaps. Oh, to dream...
  4:56pm nikki in london//uk:

awesome playlist!
  4:56pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

haha, that'd be a larf!
  4:57pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

well, I'm going home to smoke some serranos...
  4:59pm Ike:

@Matt@4:49, it's a product of my feverish imagination, which also brought you dairy-free mangosteen ice cream, and robotic pirate-radio-destroying hawks with laser beam eyes (only for pirates interfering with FMU and KCR, of course). Habanero tar is also used to pave roads for cars that run on capsaicin instead of gasoline.

SEEFEEL! (Loved that Mattin and Go4 too.)
  5:08pm Matt from Springfield:

@Ike: LOL!
I had dairy-free mangosteen ice cream in Thailand. They called it "mangosteen", and it doubled as a alcohol-free liquid-free mangosteen cocktail.
  5:10pm mingo:

or go fucoffee...
  5:18pm On My Knees:

Please, please, please play "World's On Fire" by Victoria De Mare. Dying to hear it! Dying! Please! Thank You.
  5:19pm just wondering:

why don't you just watch it on youtube? or buy the record.
  5:22pm On My Knees:

The video is not up on YouTube yet & the record won't be for sale on iTunes until Friday! I was told it would be playing on Brian's show today.
  5:25pm BT:

Knees, the story; I took a phone call from Kim Fowley yesterday who asked me to make it available to WFMU, which I am gonna do, however it's in the download folder but not near me unfortunately.
  5:25pm headache:

No offense to anyone, but this music is giving me a headache & ruining my high.
  5:29pm dw:

so turn off the radio bub, the Astro was slayin' over hear
  5:29pm david from ks.:

,,,one mans headache iz another mans pleasure,,,,
  5:35pm Billy Badger Eater:

Astro was definitely slayin' over here, too.
  5:36pm glenn:

jeez, kim fowley never calls me. pout pout.
  5:36pm mick:

brian...really good show today.
true psychedlia...the whole way through.
  5:36pm Ike:

Yeah, Astro reigned.
  5:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Right on, mick!
Thanks Brian for these selections today--the show's been one giant trip!
  5:40pm On My Knees:

Great! Thank You! Brian, we're friends & family of Victoria De Mare's here in NYC. We miss our girl! It will is so great to hear her voice when you play her song. Will you be able to play it before the week is over?
  5:40pm hank:

Good show... well produced.
  5:49pm david from ks.:

  5:49pm G:

Obvious troll comments should obviously be deleted.
  5:51pm Christopher:

that Rob Jo Star Band track was awesome!
  5:53pm link_rae:

salut les gars, merci à brian & à la prochaine !
  5:53pm glenn:

there just isn't enough electric jug in music these days.
  5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Peace out everyone!
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