Options Brian Turner: Playlist from October 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 October 25, 2011: special SINGLES GOING STEADY all 7" singles

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Artist Track Album Comments New Approx. start time
Mc Donalds  flexi   Options       0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Osmonds  Crazy Horses   Options       0:02:00 (Pop‑up)
The Penetrators  Gotta Have Her   Options       0:04:18 (Pop‑up)
Johnny Cohen's Love Machine  I'm Not Anorexic   Options       0:06:09 (Pop‑up)
A-Trak  Live at Tableturns   Options       0:09:08 (Pop‑up)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases PSA          0:10:17 (Pop‑up)
Gary Glitter  I'm the Leader of the Gang (I Am)   Options       0:10:49 (Pop‑up)
Noxagt  Love Transfusion/Karsk My Bitch Up   Options Live at KFJC 7"      0:14:38 (Pop‑up)
Schizo  Schizo (and the Little Girl)   Options       0:23:59 (Pop‑up)
The Static  My Relationship   Options       0:27:16 (Pop‑up)
Tom and Dad  Mexican Food Samba   Options Various: Killed By Absurdity Vol. 1      0:30:33 (Pop‑up)
Wazmo Nariz  Checking Out the Check Out Girl   Options       0:31:54 (Pop‑up)
Big Black  He's a Whore   Options       0:34:13 (Pop‑up)
Creamers  Modern Day   Options 7"    *   0:36:49 (Pop‑up)
Stormtroopers  I'm a Mess   Options 7"      0:38:13 (Pop‑up)
Sweet  Fox on the Run   Options       0:42:14 (Pop‑up)
Strangulated Beatoffs  Beat It   Options       0:43:44 (Pop‑up)
Che Chen  Pulaski Wave   Options     *   0:47:04 (Pop‑up)
Charlie Mcalister  Carolina Bi-Product   Options       0:53:13 (Pop‑up)
Juanito Wau! One Mouth Band  Reverb Pool   Options       0:54:50 (Pop‑up)
Sonic Youth  Goo Promo flexi   Options       0:58:40 (Pop‑up)
Zip Code Rapists  Never Said (Liz Phair cover)   Options Sing and Play the Matador Records Catalog      1:04:10 (Pop‑up)
Iggy & the Stooges  Gimme Some Skin   Options       1:11:34 (Pop‑up)
Double Negative  Writhe   Options     *   1:14:11 (Pop‑up)
Kids/Refrigerator PSA          1:16:51 (Pop‑up)
Ed Nasty & the Dopeds  I'm Gonna Be Everything   Options       1:17:26 (Pop‑up)
Big Dipper  Jet   Options       1:19:39 (Pop‑up)
Phil Ochs  Bwatue   Options       1:22:59 (Pop‑up)
Corrupted  Que Cabronada   Options       1:26:02 (Pop‑up)
Scud + Nomex  Total Destruction (dub)   Options       1:31:05 (Pop‑up)
Socco Chico ft Daddy Killa  Oesko Killa   Options split 7" w/ Nat Roe    *   1:35:47 (Pop‑up)
The Sediment Club  Panic Berlin Fun   Options 7"  performing this Saturday at 3:30pm at the WFMU Record Fair!    1:38:36 (Pop‑up)
Sounds of the International Airport Restrooms          1:40:29 (Pop‑up)
Kimberley Rew  My Baby Does Her Hairdo Long   Options       1:50:42 (Pop‑up)
Cigarettes  Gimme Cigarette   Options       1:53:06 (Pop‑up)
Tall Dwarfs  The Brain That Wouldn't Die (live)   Options Live Gluepot Auckland 22 Nov 91      1:55:36 (Pop‑up)
Hank IV  Dirty Poncho   Options       1:59:34 (Pop‑up)
Mi Generacion  Toma tu Parte Felicidad   Options       2:01:52 (Pop‑up)
Young Marble Giants  Clicktalk   Options Testcard EP      2:04:32 (Pop‑up)
Sun City Girls  The Rhinemaidens Palatial Mountain Retreat   Options Three Fake Female Orgasms      2:06:00 (Pop‑up)
Hadramy Ould Medeh  Kamlat   Options     *   2:07:33 (Pop‑up)
Status Quo  Pictures of Matchstick Men   Options       2:12:50 (Pop‑up)
The Mike Gunn  Clueless   Options       2:15:39 (Pop‑up)
Stretchheads  Incontinent of Sex   Options       2:18:52 (Pop‑up)
Link Wray  Ace of Spades   Options       2:20:10 (Pop‑up)
Bondage-T  Images d'Epinal   Options       2:27:47 (Pop‑up)
Inside 2 Stoopid Triangles  Bidroh (Rebel)   Options Various: Nepali Punk      2:31:15 (Pop‑up)
Keep Your Kids out of the Mower PSA          2:34:01 (Pop‑up)
Red Asphalt  Red Asphalt   Options       2:33:45 (Pop‑up)
Man Is the Bastard  I Can Sense Your Cheese   Options Split w/Sinking Body      2:35:37 (Pop‑up)
Peter Laughner  Baby's On Fire   Options       2:36:57 (Pop‑up)
Kraus  Telstar   Options       2:42:47 (Pop‑up)
Larry Seven & Jim Sharpe  Burlap Breaks   Options       2:50:58 (Pop‑up)
Ordering Timmy's Accept Balls to the Wall cake    The Patio Tapes      2:54:06 (Pop‑up)
Hallogallo          2:58:58 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  3:02pm chris:

one of my favorite McDonald's songs.
  3:03pm hubba:

Sorry you didn't win the million bucks wfmu...
  3:03pm Brass Knuckles:

Wow. That, then this.
  3:03pm Edley:

I used to try to recite this by heart so many times and always failed...
  3:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Any relation to the Utah Osmonds?
  3:04pm Edley:

Best Osmonds track ever
  3:04pm bill:

How'd I miss out on this?!
  3:04pm jljl:

i was just wondering if this was *the* osmonds too
  3:04pm JT:

@Matt: the one and same. yup.
  3:05pm hubba:

Comets on Fire have nuthin on the Osmonds!
  3:06pm Matt from Springfield:

Yeow! Amazing, never woulda guessed!
  3:06pm Carmichael:

Hello to everyone from discount beer day!
  3:07pm tEd:P:

No Sh*t? Osmonds, for real? That... cracks open my head. I suppose it's too much to hope they released an entire album of this stuff.
  3:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Nice golden nugget/artyfact from The Penetrators of Syracuse here!
  3:08pm slugluv1313:

YES that is THEE Osmond Brothers!!!!!! saw then do this song on their variety show in mid/late 1970s -- i think it was one of those "summer replacement" shows?
  3:08pm Abe Something:

This show is on fire already. McDonald's flexi and CRAZY HORSES! Bravo!
  3:10pm saul newtape:

thats the best song ive ever heard tonight, amazing and thank you diane for playing it, the im not anorexic track, amazing, seriously thank you. that was priceless, amazing, thx so much, beautiful, powerful stuff. love saulx
  3:10pm tEd:P:

Wow, brilliant playlist so far for this noob. I feel like I've stepped into a ring with 3 invisible Mike Tysons
  3:11pm saul newtape:

thats the best song ive ever heard tonight, amazing and thank you brain, not diane for playing it, the im not anorexic track, amazing, seriously thank you. that was priceless, amazing, thx so much, beautiful, powerful stuff.
  3:12pm Brass Knuckles:

This whole set makes me feel dirty.
  3:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Shit, the Adventists do horrible PSAs, I say this as a huge PSA enthusiast--stick to the cereal, guys.
  3:13pm saul newtape:

christ, brian, not brain or diane. great show as always, thx
  3:13pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Saul, you sound drunk
  3:14pm hubba:

I wish I was out joy riding right now... half a 40 down, burn mark on the seat, yelling at strangers in wheelchairs... yeah, i've got work on the yelling part.
  3:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Gary Glitter, he did great UK glam rock, but I think "ignorance was bliss" for all of us regarding his personal life.
  3:14pm jdelz:

wow that anorexic song was great. reminded me a lot of sockeye project - the tv watchers
  3:14pm Dynowhite:

I knew that was a "7th-Day Adventist" PSA the minute they started talking...I still have a few of those seven-inches from my college radio days.
  3:14pm hubba:

Any 7"s from Child Pronography?
  3:14pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: What, you mean there are people who listen to this station sober???

And people who go to work sober????!!
  3:15pm saul newtape:

i know but im not. im converting tiffs to pdfs and im all to my eyeballs on aunty bees so maybe thats a drunken equivalent. do u want to be in my gang?;)
  3:15pm bill:

I have to agree with drunk Saul, that track was AWESOME
  3:16pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

WFMU: try us sober.
  3:16pm bill:

Is Noxagt shredding brains here with a violin?
  3:17pm jdelz:

DCE: Guess who?
  3:17pm Matt from Springfield:

@Dynowhite: Love your moniker there!
What kinds of 7"s do you have from college radio? Any special promos and such, PSAs and announcements?
  3:18pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

oh hey john! didja rock 'em at the Melt Banana show?
  3:21pm jdelz:

hey! yeah we brought the funk, and 5 fully costumed dancers. fun show!
  3:21pm Carmichael:

My next band will be called the Invisible Mike Tysons.
  3:23pm lally:

where's that chirpy chirpy?
  3:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Shout out to DC, Johnny Cohen! I need to see if he's doing local shows!
  3:24pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

dancers to CoCB...they must either be wildly talented or somewhat spastic!
  3:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Splattery, sticky and runny mess! Just how I like 'em!
  3:25pm bill:

Viva splattery mess! great show, BT
  3:30pm BT:

Everyone should get drunk right now.
  3:32pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

cheers! and pass me one of those tacos, wouldja?
  3:32pm hubba:

Shut the F*ck Up!!!!!! I just crapped my pants
  3:32pm Matt from Springfield:

Damn tantalizer! Now I want Mexican food and margaritas!!
  3:32pm erika:

making me hungry
  3:33pm Matt from Springfield:

"Tom and Dad" did that one nice however. Did they record anything else Brian?
  3:33pm bill:

You're right BT. Things aren't right!
  3:34pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

you know what I like...when the checkout girl handles your apricots.
  3:35pm Carmichael:

It's 12:30 here. I'm going for tacos to Liz B.'s old favorite place. Then I'm gettin' drunk.
  3:35pm erika:

omg, i would die for this on 7". i love big black!
  3:41pm jason:

  3:42pm Carmichael:

He he he .... I recognize that intro.
  3:43pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

is this about Rupert Murdoch?
  3:43pm bill:

Hard to believe this is the right speed
  3:43pm Liz B.:

Have a taco for Brian and I, Carmichael!
  3:43pm Matt from Springfield:

Great Glam selections today, Brian!
  3:44pm Stanley:

...and this brings us nicely to Slade. C'mon evry-body
  3:45pm jdelz:

yessss! strangulated beatoffs! love this cover.
  3:45pm Carmichael:

Will do, Liz!
  3:45pm jack:

Yes! Slade, please!
  3:45pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: "Fox - on the run / Just - like the Sun"
  3:46pm bill:

bravo, Matt
  3:48pm Matt from Springfield:

@bill That just leaves the rest of Murdoch's empire to give chase to...
  3:53pm Matt from Springfield:

Ha ha, a cappella choir doing Toto's "Africa". I imagine that could be Andy Bernard and the Cornell Glee Club, their B-side to "Call Me Al".
  3:55pm Paul Lynde:

"Perfect...we'll be in touch. NEXT!"
  3:57pm Nick Sakes:

Is that song "Touchy" on a 7"?
  3:57pm Abe Something:

C'mon! The One Mouth Band! This is insane stuff!
  3:58pm ?:

Hey, BT, where could I find that Charlie Mcalister? On CD anywhere?
  3:59pm Matt from Springfield:

@Abe: Yeah, the One Mouth Band was amazing!
I kept trying to place their rhythm--was that the Kinks "Till The End Of The Day"?
  4:00pm bill:

Matt - I heard "I Can't Explain"
  4:00pm Juno:

Shut up! You're just noise!!!
  4:01pm Matt from Springfield:

@bill: Have to listen again--I was thinking The Who for the music parts at first, but the vocal rhythm reminded me of "Till The End Of The Day", and then the music seemed like it did as well.
  4:02pm Johnny Cohen:

Rrrrrowl. That Karen was hot. Have you seen her later pics? Yeah buddy.
  4:02pm bill:

Maybe Juanito explains it in the intro?
  4:02pm JT:

  4:03pm jdelz:

nick, are you asking about "touchy" by d. rider?
  4:05pm ross:

great show
  4:10pm Abe Something:

@Matt: Haha, I hadn't noticed The Kinks in there but this show is more than worth a second listen. I'll keep my ears out for that on the next run.
  4:18pm bill:

Sorry about that
  4:19pm Matt from Springfield:

Well, at least I have a new name for an art punk band: "Floyd the Droid".

@Abe: I've taken 2nd/3rd listens before because of certain snippets in this show, you're in good company!
  4:20pm Abe Something:

I instantly googled "Floyd the Droid".
  4:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, this cover of "Jet" is from '89! Thanks for bringing out Big Dipper--REALLY love "Jet"! Glad I heard of them now!
  4:23pm Droll:

Good for Big Dipper turning in a faithful Sir Paul tune! Someone on the YouTubes posted vox and instrumental stems from the original tune -- a fun window into a power pop gem.
  4:24pm Caryn:

That fridge PSA just reminds me of the schitzophrenic kid in Stephen King's "It" who steals the neighbourhood dogs and kills them by locking them in the discarded fridge at the junkyard. And surely Floyd the Safety Droid could've been given plenty of dialogue? Why tempt us with a droid and then do nothing cool with it, Adventists?!?
  4:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@Abe: So did I, after you mentioned it and I finished Googling "Big Dipper band"! Apparently that was an old Commodore 64 game, so the Adventists might still get sued if they didn't take the proper precautions.
  4:28pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: It's *called* the Mind's Eye! I wished they developed the robot character more myself, but maybe there's more, in a 97-episode story arc of 15-30 sec PSAs! Anyway, what YOU can imagine is much more enthralling. "The more you know.....fromtheSeventhDayAdventists".
  4:33pm Matt from Springfield:

Yeah! I think this one oughta be called a "Speed Dub"!
  4:33pm Paul Lynde:

so how bout them world series?
  4:34pm Charles:

I want the Simpsons back dammit!
  4:38pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: I think he's talking about "Murdoch"...

The split 7" with Nat Roe? You've played this before, I LOVE this! I remember this one now!
  4:45pm Caryn:

@Matt: I actually wonder if the "tempt them with the robot, but deny gratification" is supposed to be some intentional religious lesson for kids from the Adventists...
  4:46pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

yeah, you know those religious types and their temptations.
  4:47pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Would be interesting if that was their intention! But was that directed at kids or parents? Surely they weren't telling kids to go near old refrigerators and shut the doors. Oooh, another religious weird-sell!
  4:50pm Matt from Springfield:

When I first heard about "420/Apr 20", I was wrongly told that was the police radio code for marijuana possession--not true. But, that was funny because my "favorite" police code was already "402--abandoned refrigerator"! And Apr 2 (4/02) is my birthday, but I never thought of it like that!
  4:53pm glenn:

happy belated birthday. or happy early birthday works too.
  4:53pm Matt from Springfield:

I imagined what would later become a Reno 911! type scenario--a police car urgently responds to "a 402", sirens blaring. Then he arrives at the side of the highway with another cop already there, staring at an abandoned fridge. "Well, what should we do with it?" "I don't know..."
  4:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks glenn! I'll split the difference and call it a belated half-birthday (Oct 2)!
  4:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Your MST3K Bulletin of Today: "The Brain That Wouldn't Die" (1962) is in the public domain and available for free download at archive.org...
  5:01pm Segway Lightburst:

to these post phd ears you do the best music show of all.thx for all the great sound moments
  5:01pm Matt from Springfield:

OMFG - Stop The Presses!!! They actually have "MANOS HANDS OF FATE" posted now!! They didn't last time I looked for it!!! Man oh man this is turning out to be a great day!!

  5:04pm Mike East:

Matt - those are two of my favorites. I'd miss the riffing if I was just watching the movie, though. They're so good!
  5:05pm bill:

I highly recommend "TBTWD" for Halloween viewing. Cheap, gory, funny and incredibly twisted.
  5:10pm glenn:

flute in rock music? discuss.
  5:10pm Matt from Springfield:

@Mike: I'd never seen the entire Manos, just clips from a film class, so I'm excited about that one! Glad we have some wretched film fans!
@bill: I've had that one DLed a few years now, good idea!
  5:10pm Caryn:

Oh, TBTWD, true awesomeness... (as is Manos, but I think TBTWD just edges it out in some regards).
And Matt, maybe they were hoping the infidel children would shut themselves into fridges... Best get rid of unbelievers, surely.
  5:12pm Matt from Springfield:

"Reefer Madness", anybody? That occasionally airs on movie channels, never pass up the opportunity, even though I have the DVD (colorized, reefer smoke colorized into bright colors, guy from MST3K doing a commentary track!)
  5:15pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Good point, a "killer" idea! They can sell that advice to the Talibans of the world. I've never seen "The Wicker Man", so I'm going to watch that as a genuinely scary Halloween movie, and even it out with bad horror like that!
  5:15pm glenn:

i worked at colorization many years ago. ask me how many times i've seen it's a wonderful life. not to mention night of the living dead.
  5:16pm bill:

You colorized Night of the Living Dead? How could you?!?
  5:16pm Matt from Springfield:

Another golden nugget/artyfact...this is the distinctive opening riff I instantly recognize, but still can't place the band or title without a prompt.
  5:17pm Matt from Springfield:

@glenn,bill: I don't blame glenn, it's probably "Ted Turner and his box of crayons", to quote Mr. Welles.
  5:17pm Caryn:

Oh, "Reefer Madness". Taped it off tv a couple of years ago. And I so recommend "The Wicker Man", it is truly fabulous (well, the original, not the "bad horror" Nic Cage version - although "No, not the bees! Aagh, they're in my eyes!" is hilarious, so thanks, Nic).
And this is my fave Status Quo track (actually, probably the only one I truly like beyond kitchy appeal).
  5:18pm Caryn:

Oh, Glenn "was just following orders"...
  5:19pm Calle Nordstrom:

Caaaarrrryyynnn !!!!! caryn!!!!
  5:20pm Caryn:

BTW, anyone else seen "They Saved Hitler's Brain"? That is some hilariously bad horror.
  5:20pm glenn:

we called it "the evil place". or the colour factory, but evil place was better. it was actually a pretty great job for us students.
  5:22pm bill:

"The Evil place" - sounds like it would make a great movie!
  5:23pm Caryn:

Glenn, I'm sure there's a horror story waiting to be written there. Seriously, "the evil place", a group of student, an evil Ted Turner...
@Matt: are you going to be watching the theatrical cut or director's cut of "The Wicker Man"?
  5:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Um...whatever's on my Netflix cue--do they mention the difference in the (1973) version? Or, maybe it's one of those dual-sided DVDs with one cut on each side. I haven't sent for it yet, is there a better version?
  5:28pm glenn:

i got to watch a lot of great movies. the problem was that you had to watch some of them many, many times, so i have seen both i.a.w.l. and n.o.t.l.d. well over 100 times each. i am inured to zuzu's petals, believe me.
  5:28pm bill:

1973 version of Wicker Man includes the Rod Stewart soundtrack
  5:31pm Caryn:

@Matt: Well, both versions are good. The main difference is the beginning of the movie, which has a lot of extra stuff in the director's cut, and then there's some extra bits and pieces later on in the film (though those are more minor, like more close-ups of snails having sex etc.) . Since the director's cut was just dug out from under a highway (literally) a decade back, the theatrical cut is more prevalent. Either way, you get a good movie (I actually prefer the start of the theatrical cut, but like the later additions of the director's cut).
  5:33pm bill:

So glenn who decided things like what color to make Johnny's shirt?
  5:33pm Matt from Springfield:

Woooo! Sherpas, Gurkhas or Punks, don't mess with Nepalis!
  5:34pm Matt from Springfield:

@Caryn: Thanks Caryn! Nice to know! I'll see if the director's is at least available.
  5:34pm Caryn:

@Matt: also not sure what versions are available on R1, since I have the R2 2-disc set with both versions, commentaries, documentaries etc. Any North Americans reading this want to comment?
  5:35pm glenn:

well, there was researchers and art directors. they would study colour films and photos and posters and sort of hash it out. it was actually a very interesting process.
  5:35pm Matt from Springfield:

Caryn, part 2 of 97+!!!
How about the "Mr. Robinson's Neighborhood" version of that PSA? "DON"T STICK YO HANDS IN THE LAWNMOWER! WHAT ARE YA SHORTIES, STOOPID?!!"
  5:38pm Caryn:

@Matt: lol! Also, the makers of the lawn mower PSA must have hated "The Happening".
  5:38pm Caryn:

Ooh, I love this song. Awesome lyrics!
  5:39pm Matt from Springfield:

Ha ha, the previous one is like if the Happy Flowers did a track about cheese! I presume this Peter Laughner is a lost 70s gem?
  5:39pm glenn:

baby's on fire - two chords, many, many hours of listening pleasure.
  5:40pm Burnout:

Oh man, turn it UP!
  5:40pm Ricardo Montalban:

Is that PSA available anywhere? It's great. It's grating. It's alot of things
  5:42pm Caryn:

I occasionally sing "Baby's On Fire" when getting ready to go to work in the morning... A lost 70s gem, Matt, but a version of it was in "Velvet Goldmine" so I think some people got acquainted with it that way.
  5:43pm Ricardo Montalban:

I can play the solo, but only in my head.
  5:47pm Wendy del Formaggio:

Hey BT, I know this is an old question, but I was stuffing record fair stuff when you played it. Q: Did you play "Fox on the Run" slightly faster than 45rpm? It sounded ever-so-slightly faster than normal. Or am I just imagining things...
  5:47pm bill:

Ricardo, how about in your Cordoba?
  5:48pm glenn:

  5:48pm Ricardo Montalban:

Exxxellent! Like rich, Corrinthian leather
  5:49pm Matt from Springfield:

@BT: Yes, Ray Davies probably wrote it because he did a demo for "I Go To Sleep", Julie just played that on her "All Kinks" show. Good catch, didn't notice their riff on that tune at first.
  5:50pm Matt from Springfield:

Red Asphalt, shout out to Harrisburg!
  5:51pm glenn:

or this link has the whole album. http://punknotprofit.blogspot.com/2009/03/peter-laughner-take-guitar-player-for.html
  5:52pm bill:

Burlap Breaks - brilliant
  5:53pm Matt from Springfield:

I know what the Hell you're talking about Brian! You've played different tracks of this--I particularly like this one with piano, low bass and guitar. Can't believe these were all released on 45s!
  5:54pm Matt from Springfield:

Thx 4d lnx, gln!
  5:54pm BT:

Fox I think was pitchy, dawg
  5:58pm New Best Band Name Ever:

Pitchy Dawg!. Playing a dive bar near you. Soon.
  5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

@NBBNE: Or, Leo Dirkschneider!
  5:59pm New Best Band Name Ever:

With Buckets of God opening.
  5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Brian, you've done another fabulous SGS show! Also glad so many stuck around late to discuss bad & good movies!
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