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All the hits that fit…and more!

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New Approx. start time
Flipper  Talk's Cheap   Options Gone Fishin'  Subterranean      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
The Clean  Getting Older   Options Anthology  Merge      0:02:22 (Pop‑up)
Pylon  Cool   Options Hits  DB Recs      0:06:09 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  Garbage Man   Options File Under Sacred Music: Early Singles 1978-1981  Munster    *   0:09:37 (Pop‑up)
Magik Markers  Taste   Options Boss  Ecstatic Peace      0:13:11 (Pop‑up)
Throwing Up  Mother Knows Best   Options Mother Knows Best 7"  What's Your Rupture?    *   0:17:25 (Pop‑up)
Loose Grip  Macey D's   Options Cereal 7"  Bedroom Suck    *   0:19:32 (Pop‑up)
The Chrome Cranks  Let it Ring   Options Ain't No Lies in Blood  Thick Syrup    *   0:21:59 (Pop‑up)
The Sediment Club  Broken Cathedtral   Options Time Decay Now  Softspot Music    *   0:27:56 (Pop‑up)
Death of Samantha  Savior City   Options Where the Women Wear the Glory and the Men Wear the Pants  Homestead Records  playing WFMU's Austin show next Saturday 3/17!    0:30:35 (Pop‑up)
Wendy Rene  Gone For Good   Options After The Laughter Comes Tears: Complete Stax + Volt Singles + Rarities 1964-1965  Light in the Attic    *   0:40:59 (Pop‑up)
The Sway Machinery Featuring Khaira Arby  Youba   Options Gawad Terimou  Jdub / Fatbeats / Electric Cowbell    *   0:43:08 (Pop‑up)
The Drift  Horizon   Options Blue Hour  Temporary Residence Ltd.    *   0:46:33 (Pop‑up)
Rinken Band  track five   Options Banji    1993    0:51:03 (Pop‑up)
The Pyramids  Birth / Speed / Merging Suite Part 1: Aomowa   Options Birth / Speed / Merging (1976 lp)  EM      0:55:02 (Pop‑up)
People in Control  When It's War   Options Crammed Global Soundclash 1980-89, Part One: World Fusion  Crammed Discs    *   1:00:47 (Pop‑up)
Francis Bebey  Sahel   Options African Electronic Music 1975-1982  Born Bad    *   1:10:54 (Pop‑up)
German Army  Saxon Skull   Options German Army  Kill Shaman    *   1:16:02 (Pop‑up)
Naing Naing  Brosse a Danse   Options Live in Nantes  Sleepy Mammal Sound    *   1:25:02 (Pop‑up)
Chrome  Slip It To The Android   Options Alien Soundtracks  Noiseville      1:27:45 (Pop‑up)
Shit & Shine  Flirtations at at a Cocktail Party   Options Le Grand Larance Prix  Rock Is Hell    *   1:31:35 (Pop‑up)
Duchess Says  Time to Reiterate   Options In A Fung DAY T!  Alien 8    *   1:38:48 (Pop‑up)
Death Trip  Please Skin Me Alive   Options Pain is Pain  Ektro    *   1:42:59 (Pop‑up)
Viodre  Finde, no lyn   Options Interpol Alchemi  Hospital Productions    *   1:46:13 (Pop‑up)
AU  Under/Epic (Feat. Colin Stetson)   Options Solid Gold 7"  Hometapes    *   1:49:37 (Pop‑up)
Mole House  Coming Back & Coming Over   Options Hey Come My Way 7"  Quemada    *   1:53:46 (Pop‑up)
  Ronggeng Group I   Street Musicians of Yogyakarta  Mississippi      1:57:19 (Pop‑up)
Vialka  Footage of an Uproar   Options Science and Superstition    Free Music Archive  *   2:01:10 (Pop‑up)
Yva Las Vegass  Polo Margaritenoio   Options I was born in a place of sunshine and the smell of ripe mangoes LP  Moniker Records  Free Music Archive  *   2:05:56 (Pop‑up)

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Gosprom  Japan Punk   Options netBloc Vol. 37: FIVE  blocSonic  Free Music Archive  *   2:20:17 (Pop‑up)
Alaclair Ensemble  Moulin Bein Sec   Options Dans L'South du Bas  NO LABEL 
Free Music Archive
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People Like Us  Daphne Inuit Song   Options Reworking Daphne Oram   
Free Music Archive: Vicki Bennett (People Like Us) on Broadband in The Wire Magazine / a month of 'Slow Radio'
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Miss Carla Kihlstedt  TAMZ UFEM BABIHUUS   Options Kalashnikov Presents: 1-666-CALL-SAAD  Veal Records  Tribute / inspired by Ed Saad. Read more via Kurt Gottschalk
1-666-CALL-SAAD: 12 Hours of Avant Thrash Metal by Jamie Saft, Mike Pride, Weasel Walter, Mary Halvorson, Joe Morris & more. "Free Rules!" -Ed Saad
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Ed Saad  Hit Stop When You're Done   Options Kalashnikov Presents: 1-666-CALL-SAAD        2:37:49 (Pop‑up)
Rotor Perdition  Bruce Springsteen Japanese Porn   Options Say It Like It Feels    Free Music Archive    2:38:31 (Pop‑up)
Kalashnikov  666   Options Kalashnikov Presents: 1-666-CALL-SAAD        2:42:13 (Pop‑up)
Mad Skillz Mary Halvorson            2:45:53 (Pop‑up)
Chat Logs  Your Son is on Drugs Drugs   Options Control This (split cassette side A)        2:47:08 (Pop‑up)
Music For Your Plants  Web Surf (feat. Jay Curry)   Options    
Free Music Archive
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Decade in Exile  Take Me Back to Ordinary   Options     Free Music Archive    2:52:09 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  9:03am Cheri Pi:

Morning Jason!
  9:05am pierre:

Bonjour Jason!

opening with my favourite the Clean song (with beatnik). By the way do you know id this Anthology exists in LP?
  9:07am Cheri Pi:

I was just singing the Clean to myself this morning-Tally Ho; that song must be played at my funeral.
  9:07am Caryn:

Hello Jason! Hello all!
  9:07am glenn:

  9:08am glenn:

oooh, funeral songs. a good theme for meghan.
  9:08am Nathan:

Morning Jason!
  9:10am Cheri Pi:

Glenn you're right! Jason you're killing it.
  9:11am earwax:

I'm still high from Megan's show.
  9:12am Cheri Pi:

More bands should Cheech & Chong their album inserts
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:13am jason:

g'mornin everybody! Just playin the hits, here's another hit
  9:14am Bad Ronald:

..and it fits!!!
  9:17am Marmalade Kitty:

Great peformance on sunday night, jason! Does anyone know if the Hoof & mouth is available to watch again, on ustream..?
  9:21am glenn:

it is. http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/20892804
  9:21am Caryn:

@MK: yeah, it's been split into 3 videos on ustream at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/marathon-2012
  9:22am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Israel, Earth, Milky Way):

Hi Jason! What about some San Remo golden hits for today?
  9:24am Marmalade Kitty:

Thanks! I missed the first bunch of songs!
  9:31am fred von helsing:

i skipped thru the three sessions and couldn't find julie's perf, everybody was raving about it, whereabout's she at ?
  9:32am glenn:

uh. i kinda hear the theme from friends in this death of samantha. sorry.
  9:32am Caryn:

Julie's near the start, I think ~ 3-5th performance?
  9:34am Wendy del Formaggio:

I just installed iTunes at work so I could listen. G'morning, Jason!
  9:35am Caryn:

Checked the H&M playlist (http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/44154) and Julie was the 6th performer.
  9:40am Nathan:

Throwing up is my friend Ben's band! Woohoo! I gotta tell him...
  9:45am BSI:

What in Sam Hill is going on in here?
  9:45am BSI:

What the hell is Sam Hill?
  9:46am Cecile:

hi wendy, BSI, cheri, caryn, glenn, kitty, yair, bad ronald, everyone! Jeez! Everyone is here today!
  9:47am Cecile:

I thought Gillard and Petekevic hated Death of Samantha, and weren't even going to re-issue those Homestead records. Hunh. I have a couple of singles of theirs.
  9:47am Bad Ronald:

  9:48am Cecile:

Bad Ron!
  9:48am Cecile:

what is a Jason hit....how about Black and White by the dBs?
  9:49am Cliff Clavinet:

On the ancient festival of Samhill, the spirits of the dead go hiking in the low mountains. This tradition has been adapted into our modern version of Hilloween.
  9:50am Yair Yona (Tel Aviv, Israel, Earth, Milky Way):

Cecile! hey!
  9:53am Cheri Pi:

Hey Cecile!
  9:53am glenn:

cecile puts the "i am no insane simpleton" in minneapolis, minnesota. we thank her for that.
  9:54am glenn:

St. Paul, Minnesota" -> "Unpleasant. Moist.
  9:55am Cecile:

Minneapolis is a really smart town, if a bit stodgy and set in its ways.
  9:56am Deepak:

This Rinken Band song was nice.
  9:56am Cecile:

Most Minneapolitans wouldn't count me as a Minneapolitan (I'm from Michigan) even though I've been here for 20+ years. Unless I made it really big. Then boy o boy!
  9:57am fred:

Is Rinken Band from Okinawa?
  9:58am pierre:

bonjour cecile
  9:58am BSI:

Thanks to early '70s Sesame Street and the miracle of phonics, I only had to chew on "Minneapolitan" for a brief moment. SOUND IT OUT, the phonics teacher would say...
  9:58am Cecile:

  9:58am glenn:

in the maritimes they'd say "you're from away"
  10:00am Cecile:

exactly, glenn!
  10:00am Deepak:

it says so in wikipedia that they're from Okinawa.
  10:01am Cecile:

tell me more about this Pyramids...
  10:02am Madi H.:

What a wonderful day / show we're enjoying. I approve.
  10:02am Todd 76%:

Loved that track by The Pyramids, Jason! Found an interesting link: http://www.digitalinberlin.de/pyramids-katerholzig-berlin-2011/
  10:03am fred:

@deepak: thanks! I'm so used to hearing obscure stuff here I didn't even think I could find more info there...
  10:06am Caryn:

@BSI: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sam_Hill_%28euphemism%29
  10:08am Cheri Pi:

Cecile-the Pyramids are from Yellow Springs Ohio, or thereabouts. Iris Ackamoor's solo & any Pyramid record is totally worth having (I have many). I give them 5 out of 5 rhubarbs.
  10:08am Cheri Pi:

  10:09am glenn:

rhubarbs? i am mystified.
  10:10am Cecile:

  10:10am pierre:

@fred : Brian Turner is coming to Paris ! ^^
  10:10am BSI:

@Caryn - That answers that!
I guess I'm still in search of the great un-answerable question. Will have to resort to the old classic "Is anything ever 'in and of itself?'"
  10:10am Bad Ronald:

What in Sam Hill is this rhubarb all about?
  10:11am fred:

@pierre: do you know when?
  10:12am BSI:

or the other one:
Q: is Donovan his real name?
A: is Donovan whose real name?
  10:12am still b/p:

Is RuBarb a transvestite/entertainer of another flavor?
  10:12am pierre:

@ fred : http://julietippex.com/2012/03/06/wfmus-brian-turner-hit-europe/ here you have a selection of dates
  10:13am Cheri Pi:

Rhubarb is today's "Carrot" for Carrot and stick ratings.
  10:13am BSI:

Who has rhubarb cake?
  10:15am Ray Sist:

i love early african electronic.
  10:15am fred:

@pierre: too bad he isn't around for Sonic Protest
  10:15am Cheri Pi:

I've only ever had Rhubarb pie, a specialty of my relatives in tha Yoo Pee. Tart & sweet.
  10:16am pierre:

@fred : yeah, only one night in Paris… it's cool already thought.
  10:17am vegetarian hepcat:

  10:18am glenn:

rhubarb is chock full o' goodness.
  10:18am BSI:

bah! Looks like I'll miss Brian (and Charlemagne Palestine, etc etc) by a few days...
  10:20am pierre:

oh, @BSI : :(
  10:20am r. THOrnton:

man, the NYT is all about the kohlrabi this week.
  10:21am Cecile:

I have a great kohlrabi salad I make. Even people who don't like kohlrabi like it.
  10:22am r. THOrnton:

honestly, i've never had kohlrabi. what's to dislike?
  10:25am GERMAN:

cutting up my tshirt and get it ready for a summerthon of cheap talking
  10:25am glenn:

francis bebey's all over the wfmu airwaves lately.
  10:25am pierre:

yeah NAING NAING !!!
  10:26am Cecile:

basically it's a cross between cabbage, radish and turnip. Some people don't like it's bite.
I marinate it in a spicy honey vinegarette overnight, and then dress it like coleslaw the next day.
  10:27am Cecile:

its bite. Don't want to give Ike a stroke.
  10:28am r. THOrnton:

sounds great, Cecile. Just like this Naing Naing track! :)
  10:28am Lewis:

digging the current drony stuff - tried to turn it off so that I could be more productive on my work, but failed...
  10:28am jt:

  10:29am jt:

i like alien soundtracks so much. H (helios creed) said it sounded different because they had their gear stolen and were starting over.
  10:30am BSI:

Speaking of which, it would appear that "broccoli rabe" is pronounced "broccoli RAHB" or some such nonsense. I maintain that "broccoli RABE" (rhyming with babe) is much more fun sounding. And therefore, makes it a healthier option at mealtimes.
  10:31am Cecile:

BSI, whatever gets you eating cruciferous veggies!
  10:32am jt:

i have broccoli rabies
  10:33am BSI:

"cruciferous" now..... that's a word worth using.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33am jason:

I am a big fan of Croccoli Rabe (rhymes with Rad)
  10:34am vegetarian rocker:

Rabe against the machine!
  10:37am r. THOrnton:

i am completely down with BSI's RABE Revolution!
  10:37am Cheri Pi:

I love Kohlrabi, just discovered it last year.
  10:37am Caryn:

When my dad lived in the Netherlands, we ate kohlrabi nearly every day. It's fantastic! Yum! None of it in my small town, but I'm hoping some will eventually find its way here.
  10:38am r. THOrnton:

Cheri, there's a bunch of kohlrabi recipes in yesterdays NYT. i want to try the kohlrabi spring rolls myself!
  10:39am Cecile:

it's just about a perfect stir-fry veggie.
  10:39am moose:

it makes me think of kostabi
  10:39am BSI:

This comment board needs to be happening closer to lunchtime.

.....and what the hell is a caper? One who capes?
  10:39am Cecile:

oooh, r THO gotta check that out.
  10:40am Cheri Pi:

Super @r. THOrnton!! I'll check it out now. I didn't know what to do with it so I just shredded it and tossed in in with other assorted veg & sesames noodles.
  10:43am Mike East:

I have also seen the aforementioned broccoli rabe spelled "rape." good morning, folks.
  10:43am fred von helsing:

  10:44am Cecile:

Ha, I remember Martha Rose Shulman writing books on cakes in the 70s and 80s....
  10:44am Deed Runlea:

good jam, keep it up
  10:46am Leigh:

This Death Trip rawks hard! Hi, Jason!
  10:46am Caryn:

@BSI: the name of the caper comes from its Latin scientific name (Capparis spinosa), which in turn comes from the Latin name for the plant, capparis, which in turn comes from the Greek κάππαρις. The Greek word may be derived from Asian languages, or come from the name of Cyprus, which is a big caper producer.
  10:49am r. THOrnton:

wow Caryn! WFMU chat - a source of infinite knowledge! now as for wisdom, that's a whole 'nother kettle of fish :)
  10:49am BSI:

Hm..... well it must not be as healthy as broccoli RAYB, as it's not nearly as much fun to say aloud.
  10:51am glenn:

I HATE CAPERS. i really do.
  10:53am paula pc:

to paraphrase a friend of mine - Colin Stetson is like Joe Preston; your band is always better with him playing in it
  10:54am Caryn:

@glenn: I'm with you. Capers and olives are not welcome in this home.
  10:55am glenn:

ahhh, here we diverge. olives are a thing of beauty.
  10:55am Cecile:

they are my best friends.
  10:56am Cheri Pi:

I'm in the pro caper, pro olive camp myself.
  10:57am BSI:

I cannot form emotional bonds with green peppers. But roasted reds, though, are awesome. This should not be confused as vegetable racism.
  10:59am Deed Runlea:

that Street Musicians of Yogyakarta LP/EP is amazing, i just picked it up at coop 87 this weekend and it hasn't left my turntable. i am happy to see its in the FMU bins
  10:59am Brett:

Whoa these street musicians are awesome!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:00am jason:

totally Deed! There's a "Street Musicof Java" release on Original Music from 1990 that has some of the same songs but different performers/recordings and is also really good, worth tracking down
  11:02am Nathan:

Any food is welcome in my home.. I make an effort to not hurt any particular foods feelings by being left out off my menu. They all have their individual merits.
  11:02am William:

Just wanted to chime in and say how much I appreciate being entertained at work by the show. Thanks a lot.
  11:03am Deed Runlea:

thanks for the tip
  11:04am Cheri Pi:

I was listening to Fabio a few months ago and his guest was talking about a German vegetable soup with brussel sprouts, mushrooms etc. I made it that weekend and it was fantastic. like a beetless borscht almost.
  11:06am glenn:

smoked paprika is my latest spice of choice.
  11:07am seang:

I read on this comment board that DCE's workplace has blocked FMU and that's why he's not showing up here
  11:09am Cecile:

I heard that, too, seang. That is a bummer.

This Yva is great!
  11:09am BSI:

That's a serious breach of human rights, @seang. We need Amnesty International to airlift our Dead Corporate Eyes outta that office. No joke.
  11:10am Cecile:

Either that, or urge him to buy an iPhone or Android.
  11:11am joe:

'ello folks
  11:12am Cheri Pi:

@Glenn-I'm doing smoked paprika too, it's so good in soups. I bought it by accident-it will now be a staple.
  11:12am Nathan:

@Cecile Yeah. Stick it to the man.

@Cheri Pi Have you tried smoked salts?
  11:13am Mike East:

I've been using a lot of cumin this winter which has been the winter of lentil soup for the East family.
  11:14am joe:

One of my favorite things in the world is when Jason plays something so cool and I look at the play list and see that it comes from the FMA (i.e. Vialka)
  11:18am Cecile:

Nathan, PBI, I have and they are great. Someon gave me some Hawaiian pink salt and that was great.
  11:19am Cecile:

I am subbing smoked paprika for those friends of mine who can't eat spicy food any more, but miss that chipotle pepper kind of smoky taste
  11:21am osvi:

Jason, congratulations on a wonderful marathon! Thank you guys for all you do! WFMU destroys...
  11:21am joe:

Cecile, Nathan and Cheri slow down I'm trying to write all these down. I need new things to try :)
  11:22am r. THOrnton:

if anyone wants to get their FMU on but is blocked by The Man, i suggest looking at Clearwire's wireless 4G Internet service. since the signal strength varies drastically depending on location, it is definitely not for everyone, but i am using it right now in the Balt. area and its great.
  11:25am r. THOrnton:

for the record, i am a Clearwire user and not a marketdroid of any sort.
  11:25am Brett:

Aw yeah this rap from Bas-Canada is awesome!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:29am jason:

yeea Brett! Seriously -- they have 5 free albums released in just the past few months, I hope to see them in the US soon
  11:32am Cheri Pi:

I'm on the AE page too in the FMA-this is outstanding sir.
  11:32am pierre:

discovered Alaclair Ensemble on the FMA,
loved it !!! they speak french, but i can't understand a word of what they're saying…
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:35am jason:

dang, really Pierre? I was hoping to find out what they're saying. I like their writing on Bas Canada and Postrigodon....
  11:39am Cheri Pi:

Get them on the show Jason!
  11:44am pierre:

well i do understand some words but they speak pretty fast, with a strong accent. But i've downloaded two albums, i'll give it some other tries
  11:48am Cheri Pi:

To honor the life of CanCon advocate Pierre Juneau, the Alaclair Ensemble should mos def come to NJ.
  11:48am William:

The audio interview snippets of trash metal fans - are they from some sort of documentary? Do they belong in the tracks or are they threwn across the audio material by the radio host? Simply great listening to thrash metal fans talking.
  11:49am robert:

Thanks for playing Yva Jason! Its a LP, I only uploaded 3 songs till the album is out next week!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am jason:

oh, awesome, thanks Robert from Moniker! Psyched for the LP!!
  12:00pm Cecile:

Thank YOU, jason!
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