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Options November 1, 2011: BOB BERT guest DJing at 1pm for the weekly Peer Pressure Segment!

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Colin Newman  I've Waited Ages   Options A-Z      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Ribs   A Red 1   Options 45      0:07:31 (Pop‑up)
Cop Shoot Cop  Furnace   Options Ask Questions Later      0:10:19 (Pop‑up)
xbxrx  Beat Rolls On   Options       0:15:11 (Pop‑up)
White Wizzard  West LA Nights   Options       0:17:33 (Pop‑up)
Real Kids  Taxi Boys   Options The Real Kids  Norton    0:22:11 (Pop‑up)
Bewitched  Making Out With Satan   Options       0:24:02 (Pop‑up)
Ton Ups  Kill Me Slow   Options 45  Man's Ruin    0:27:07 (Pop‑up)
The Bevis Frond  Maybe   Options The Bevis Frond: Live  Flydaddy    0:29:50 (Pop‑up)
Akimbo  Matawan   Options       0:38:57 (Pop‑up)
Powervice  Behold the Hand of Glory   Options       0:46:12 (Pop‑up)
Bolt Thrower  Final Revelation   Options       0:48:57 (Pop‑up)
Flugschadel  Bio Moschee 2000   Options       0:54:19 (Pop‑up)
This week's PEER PRESSURE Guest DJ = Bob Bert!!
Interview with Bob Bert          1:12:06 (Pop‑up)
Young Rascals  Come On Up   Options       1:22:39 (Pop‑up)
Alice Cooper  Caught In A Dream   Options       1:25:01 (Pop‑up)
Mott the Hoople  Rock & Roll Queen   Options       1:28:00 (Pop‑up)
Interview with Bob Bert          1:33:15 (Pop‑up)
New York Dolls  Who Are the Mystery Girls?   Options       1:39:39 (Pop‑up)
Richard Hell & The Voidoids  You Got To Lose   Options 45  Stiff    1:42:43 (Pop‑up)
Dead Boys  What Love Is   Options       1:46:16 (Pop‑up)
Interview with Bob Bert          1:49:07 (Pop‑up)
Contortions  Dish It Out   Options       1:57:26 (Pop‑up)
Lizzy Mercier Descloux  Torso Corso   Options       2:00:37 (Pop‑up)
Bush Tetras  Boom   Options       2:02:17 (Pop‑up)
Interview with Bob Bert          2:06:48 (Pop‑up)
Birthday Party  Loose   Options The John Peel Sessions  Fuel 2000    2:10:06 (Pop‑up)
Interview with Bob Bert          2:13:52 (Pop‑up)
Sonic Youth  Kill Yr Idols   Options       2:26:11 (Pop‑up)
Interview with Bob Bert          2:29:17 (Pop‑up)
Pussy Galore  Penetration in the Centerfold   Options       2:37:10 (Pop‑up)
Laughing Hyenas  Slump   Options       2:39:10 (Pop‑up)
Chrome Cranks  Black Garage Door   Options       2:54:31 (Pop‑up)
Voivod  Inner Combustion   Options       2:56:59 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  12:05pm joe:

'ello folks
  12:08pm Jay/ London:

good afternoon just checking in
  12:14pm joe:

I love the Cop Shoot Cop. I will never get over them being used in a Nike commercial LOL.
  12:18pm r i s k y:

  12:36pm bill:

Simply ptolemaic
  12:40pm glenn:

bebe buell has a record? aye carumba.
  12:42pm channeling bebe:

being a groupie has its rewards
  12:46pm glenn:

maybe. i would hope music lessons would be one of them.
  12:49pm kamikaze:

Wow, did you drink vinegar today or just take mean pills? Thanks for tuning in regardless! Please don't be so nasty next week!
  12:57pm Christina:

anybody catch the stevie wonder track and album name?
  1:04pm glenn:

mmm. vinegar. especially rice wine.
  1:11pm Russ:

Bob Bert! Cool.
  1:17pm Robert:

So Bob Bert as a child would actually stretch out a bath in the hope of hearing certain pieces on the radio? What, the transistor radio was allowed only in the bathroom, or it was the only place he was alone to control it?
  1:19pm glenn:

bob sounds like a bit of an old school hippy, in the good way.
  1:21pm obo:

Bob was a beatnik jazzscat!
  1:23pm nacho:

saludos al gran Bob Bert desde Chile!
  1:24pm obo:

what's the difference between The Young Rascals and The Rascals?
what's the difference between Good Lovin' and The Lovin' Spoonful?
  1:25pm Cecile:

tuning for a bit. Yay, rascals.
  1:25pm obo:

The Go totally ripped this sound off!
  1:26pm Cecile:

Young Rascals are the same as the Rascals. The little Rascals are not. The Young Rascals/Rascals did Good Lovin'. The Lovin' Spoonful did not.
  1:27pm glenn:

possibly my fave alice tune. also the first one i learned to play completely through on guitar.
  1:27pm obo:

Cecile, yer breakin' muh heart, but thanks.
  1:28pm obo:

Spanky and Our Gang Vs. Chain Gang
  1:28pm sid bators:

From my favorite Alice Cooper album.
  1:29pm Dave M:

Best Alice Cooper LP evah.
  1:29pm Dave M:

Best Alice Cooper LP evah.
  1:29pm Bill:

This is remarkable. I am 57. Bob is 55. He was in New Jersey and I was on Long Island. But we discovered all of the same things at the same time: The Band at the Felt Forum, Warhol's Trash, the Dolls, Bowie, CBGG's... Great to hear his recollections.
  1:30pm Dave M:

So good I had to say it twice.
  1:31pm obo:

imagine Bob air-drumming to these

imagine Bob with feathered rooster hair and platform boots and lightening strike face make*up
  1:32pm glenn:

i notice he didn't mention kiss. bob has taste.
  1:32pm obo:

maybe he was in KISS
Bob Criss the Cat
  1:34pm glenn:

i truly, truly love mott the hoople.
  1:37pm bill:

Did Bob see Mott on Broadway?
  1:40pm glenn:

velvet underground and dan hicks. i love it.
  1:41pm seang:

Is Ian Hunter still worth seeing?
  1:44pm obo:

stray cat generation
  1:48pm Bill:

Saw Dan and have all his albums. Saw John Cale play at the old Ocean Club downown. A friend saw Ian Hunter recently and said he was great.
  1:49pm josh:

Bob should have his own show.
  1:49pm Cecile:

I keep missing the interview. Bah. work getting in the way of important stuff.
  1:49pm bill:

Hard to believe most of this stuff was on major labels
  1:50pm Bill:

I'd love to hear his album collection. Like to hear his recommendations for concerts to see now.
  1:51pm glenn:

there's a john cale album that has little feat as his band, but i can't remember which one off the top of my head. maybe paris 1919.
  1:52pm Cecile:

I believe that is the one, glenn.
They could do that now, but people don't.
  1:53pm Cecile:

Human Switchboard - they were a great band. Unfortunately, they were stuck opening for Toots and the Maytals (!!!!) in '82 in Ann Arbor
  1:54pm glenn:

one thing i've discovered is that musicians are far less snobby about music than most listeners. they just want to play.
  1:56pm bill:

Loutallica, people
  1:57pm Cecile:

Eh, good for them. Kids are having fun.
  1:57pm bill:

I got No New York, listened to it once, never played it again, it sat untouched in the basement for years and years, and then I dropped it off at the Salvation Army... oh the pain, the pain
  1:59pm dc pat:

man, Contortions never get old.
  2:00pm Bill:

James Chance is on No New York. He was great to see in concert. Very intense performer. A little like Van Morrison
  2:00pm glenn:

my cat hated this record.
  2:00pm Cecile:

I got my copy as a cutout at the dearly missed Schoolkids' in ann arbor
  2:01pm paula pc:

@ dc pat -- jinx. amazing amazing amazing. Diane and Bob, THANK YOU so much...
  2:01pm bill:

Maybe Van Morrison crossed with Iggy Pop. When I saw them he kept stepping on this one photographer's face. But what a great set
  2:05pm Bill:

I"m laughing. James Chance was tighly wound. I can see him stepping on the photog's face. Iggy Pop is also great. Saw him do a "sneak" preview of his big arena act at Coney Island High a few years ago. One of the best concerts I've been to.
  2:11pm some other guy:

Press Color is great. Shame most if not all of the reissues that arrived in the US were sealed with mildew.
  2:11pm Cecile:

Birthday Party's studio version is AWESOME.
originally it was on a split 12" with Lydia Lunch.
  2:11pm Cecile:

It was the "Drunk on the Pope's Blood" 12"
  2:13pm Cecile:

I was a big Birthday Party/Nick Cave completist until he "matured."
  2:13pm glenn:

pat place photos. -http://www.roir-usa.com/news/2008/12/pat_place_bush_tetras_aamp_contortions_p/
i mean photos she took, not of her.
  2:14pm dc pat:

I saw Nick last year and he totally ripped the house down.
  2:16pm Cecile:

I''ll take you word for it, dcp. I was going to see Grinderman, but I ended up having to go out of town. :( Heard it was great.
  2:17pm dc pat:

I blew off Grinderman but wish I hadn't after the solo show.
  2:28pm Cecile:

The Bob years were probably my favorite SY years, although they have had high points since.
  2:30pm dc pat:

jeeze Cecile, I was about to say the same thing...
  2:30pm stvn:

This is freakin amazing!
  2:31pm other david:

I loved the total rawness of Bob Bert era Sonic Youth, I loved them for other reasons once Steve came on board, for a long time they kept evolving, that's what made them great
  2:33pm dc pat:

I loved hardcore but I did think it was too uniform-obsessed.
  2:36pm BSI:

Jeezus, to think of all the cash I sunk into Pier Platters. Haven't heard that name in a dog's age...
  2:37pm mikey from phx:

currently ripping my old discs - and here's neubauten's feurio mini - nice
  2:38pm BSI:

@dc pat: I agree. Was a huge fan of select hardcore, but found most of the Dischord output infuriatingly precious. The filthy stuff was much more interesting.
  2:38pm Cecile:

exactly, dcp
  2:38pm Cheri Pi:

I just purchased PG's Exhile on Mainstreet on 7" this weekend!!!
  2:38pm obo:

  2:39pm Cecile:

I liked the big names, but really some of my favorite HC were offbeat - Angry Red Planet, GI, Sorry...
  2:40pm bill:

Congrats Cheri Pi. Are the songs 10 seconds each or what?
  2:40pm slugluv1313:

just tuning in now -- WAY COOL!!!!! PUSSY GALORE!!!!!! YAY!!!!!!! HI DIANE!!!!!!! and great big HOBOKEN HELLO to Mr. BOB BERT!!!!!!!
  2:41pm Cheri Pi:

Angry Red Planet played all the time in Newport KY at the Jockey Club, they were one of my first punk shows in 1985.
  2:41pm Cheri Pi:

Bill, I haven't listened to it yet! I'll report back when I do.
  2:42pm dc pat:

ah, I like Dischord. to me the promise of punk rock was that you could do whatever you wanted but it seemed like everybody preferred to be told what to do..that's what was infuriating to me.

man this show is great.
  2:43pm Nick Sakes:

Bob: do you remember playing in St. Louis in PG at the Bernard Pub? I promoted that show.
  2:43pm Moserite:

Hey Bob, How did Jon and Neil get along in Pussy Galore? Seems like they're not very friendly these days. Neil seemed like the real inventive one, judging by his post PG output.
  2:47pm BSI:

Cecile 2:39: fine choices. There was a good stretch in the late '80s when it seemed like GI was playing constantly at the Hung Jury Pub here in DC. I practically lived there. Christ on a Crutch and Tiny Desk Unit were also worthy of great praise.... Sarcastic Orgasm as well, but THAT was a different world....
  2:49pm dc pat:

Tiny Desk Unit = one of the best group names ever. never saw 'em.
  2:49pm Cheri Pi:

My Bill W is in the Chrome Cranks. BB is hitting all points today.
  2:49pm Cecile:

Oh! And Black Market Baby and Gray Matter.
  2:52pm glenn:

huh. i met larissa many many years ago when she was working at a record convention in toronto. i had no idea who she was.
  2:53pm Cecile:

I saw Laughing Hyenas a lot. They just never blew me away. I guess i saw them in the early years before they'd perfected everything..
  2:55pm Cecile:

gotta go, looking forward to catching the rest on archives. Diane, you never fail to disappoint.
  2:55pm bill:

Thanks Bob and DK. Wunnerful, wunnerful show
  2:55pm slugluv1313:

cannot wait to see that book, Bob! WOW!!! i still have a buncha BBGUN issues, so i know that your book is going to be totally killer!!!!!
  2:57pm BSI:

Another star in Cecile's notebook: Senseless Offerings and that first Gray Matter LP were lovely things.
.....btw: great show, as usual, dk...
  2:59pm Cheri Pi:

  2:59pm bill:

new Chrome Cranks sounded great
  2:59pm nacho:

thanks for making this an online session. otherwise i don't know what to listen. greetings again from chile
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