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Options September 4, 2012: Pillow Island

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
THE IN-THEME          0:00:00 (Pop-up)
GUSTAV HOLST  Mars, Bringer of War, from "The Planets" (1917)   Options The Planets/ The Perfect Fool [William Boughton, cond./ The Philharmonia Orchestra]  Nimbus  1988  0:01:50 (Pop-up)
TOM RECCHION  Lean Your Eyes into the Picture (Original Version) [digital download bonus track]   Options Proscenium  Elevator Bath  2012  0:08:40 (Pop-up)
M.A. NUMMINEN  Kaukana Vaijyy Ystavia   Options Taisteluni  Love  1970  0:20:46 (Pop-up)
ALEXANDER ROSS  Grandfather Paradox, Part 2   Options Grandfather Paradox  RE: Vauva  1989  0:29:30 (Pop-up)
TOM RECCHION  The Mesmerized Chair   Options Proscenium  Elevator Bath  2012  0:51:22 (Pop-up)
THE EXECUTIVES  Moving in a Circle (1968)   Options V.A.: Hen’s Teeth, Vol. 1: Rare Psychedelicacies from the Golden Age  Hen's Teeth  199?  1:02:12 (Pop-up)
DUMBODIAN  Bring the Spring, Sunshine, Everything   Options Space Waste  no label  2001  1:04:53 (Pop-up)
LES 5 GENTLEMEN  L.S.D. 25 ou les Metamorphoses de Margaret Steinway (1966)   Options V.A.: Talking About the Good Times, Vol. 1  Past & Present  RE: 2010  1:07:33 (Pop-up)
EDWICK RUMBOLD  Boggle Woggle (1967)   Options V.A.: Hen’s Teeth, Vol. 1: Rare Psychedelicacies from the Golden Age  Hen's Teeth  199?  1:09:57 (Pop-up)
COUCH  Back to the Pillow   Options V.A.: Bananafish #10  Bananafish  2001  1:12:34 (Pop-up)
ONE IN A MILLION  No Smokes (196?)   Options V.A.: Hen’s Teeth, Vol. 2: Blocked!  Hen's Teeth  1996  1:18:48 (Pop-up)
M.A. NUMMINEN  In Order To   Options Taisteluni  Love  1970  1:21:15 (Pop-up)
THE VIRGIN SLEEP  Halliford House   Options V.A.: Hen’s Teeth, Vol. 1: Rare Psychedelicacies from the Golden Age  Hen's Teeth  199?  1:23:17 (Pop-up)
BLACK SABBATH  Laguna Sunrise   Options Vol. 4  Warner Bros.  1972  1:25:56 (Pop-up)
DANTALIAN'S CHARIOT  Four Firemen (196?)   Options Chariot Rising  Wooden Hill  1996  1:32:26 (Pop-up)
KLUBS  Indian Dreams (acoustic version) (196?)   Options Midnight Love Cycle  Tenth Planet  1999  1:35:56 (Pop-up)
ANDROMEDA  I Can Stop the Sun   Options Andromeda  RCA Victor  1969  1:38:50 (Pop-up)
THE MONKEES  Time and Time Again (1969)   Options Missing Links, Vol. 1  Rhino  1988  1:40:46 (Pop-up)
REIGN  Line of Least Resistance (1970)   Options V.A.: A Perfumed Garden, Vol. 3  Past & Present  2003  1:43:34 (Pop-up)
THE BALLROOM  The Island (196?)   Options Preparing for the Millennium  Rev-Ola  1998  1:46:39 (Pop-up)
ORANGE BICYCLE  Hallelujah Moon   Options Orange Bicycle  Parlophone  1970  1:50:06 (Pop-up)
SANDY HURVITZ  Love Is What I've Found   Options Sandy's Album Is Here at Last!  Verve  1968  1:53:28 (Pop-up)
THE SICKNESS  Regurgitation   Options Caution [7"]  Stinky Bike  1981  2:00:42 (Pop-up)
CRYSTAL CIRCUS  Twisted Conversation   Options In Relation to Our Times  RE: Akarma  1968  2:03:33 (Pop-up)
RADIO FREE EUROPE  Alien Day   Options History of the Invisible Dog [7" EP]  MiG  1979  2:07:08 (Pop-up)
UNKNOWN  McDougal Street Freak Out (196?)   Options V.A.: Hen’s Teeth, Vol. 2: Blocked!  Hen's Teeth  1996  2:10:03 (Pop-up)
BIRMINGHAM SUNDAY  Time to Land   Options A Message from....  RE: Akarma  1967  2:13:00 (Pop-up)
THE DARELYKS  Bad Trip   Options 7"  Fine  1966  2:16:01 (Pop-up)
DANTALIAN'S CHARIOT  This Island (196?)   Options Chariot Rising  Wooden Hill  196?  2:18:48 (Pop-up)
WEST COAST POP ART EXPERIMENTAL BAND  A Child's Guide to Good and Evil   Options A Child's Guide to Good & Evil  Reprise  1968  2:22:45 (Pop-up)
SECRETS OF LOVELINESS  Make Me Some Love   Options 7"  Howling Gaelic  1983  2:27:44 (Pop-up)
BEAUREGARD AJAX  Loneliness Is a Sometime Thing (1968?)   Options Deaf Priscilla  Shadoks  2006  2:30:51 (Pop-up)
THE BAROQUES  Iowa, a Girl's Name   Options The Baroques  Chess  1967  2:33:10 (Pop-up)
SPECIAL AFFECTS  I Know Ah Girl   Options Mood Music [7" EP]  no label  1979  2:35:54 (Pop-up)
LES GOTHS  Out of the Sun   Options 7"  Odeon  1968  2:40:02 (Pop-up)
THE STATIC  My Relationship   Options 7"  Theoretical Records  1979  2:42:46 (Pop-up)
WIMPLE WINCH  The Last Hooray (1968)   Options The Wimple Winch Story, 1963 - 1968  Bam Caruso  1992  2:45:57 (Pop-up)
THE BALLROOM  It's a Sad World (196?)   Options Preparing for the Millennium  Rev-Ola  1998  2:49:11 (Pop-up)
BENE GESSERIT  Lilly (She Wrote Me a Poem) (2011)   Options V.A.: 4 in 1 Volume 3  EE Tapes  2012  2:57:20 (Pop-up)
ABSENT MUSIC  Walking Back to Happiness (1985)   Options Absent EP [7" EP]  EE Tapes  2012  3:00:40 (Pop-up)

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Avatar 11:57am tonyc:

Coming up today: new releases from Tom Recchion, Alexander Ross, and Eriek Van Havere's great EE Tapes label -- plus a whole bunch of '60s psych and '80s post-punk, all mashed together into one (hopefully) tasty patty.
  11:59am listener james from westwood:

good morning, tony! and greetings, all, from a rainy northern nj!
Avatar 12:02pm tonyc:

Hey, James!
  12:03pm Rasputin's Hash:

hey there TC,
looking forward to another epic show!
Avatar 12:05pm tonyc:

Greetings, Mr. Stash -- er, Hash.
  12:08pm Rasputin's Hash:

This piece is as good as (if not better than)any of the best prog rock or Krautrock out there!
  12:10pm Ricardo Montalban:

Hola, Senor Tony!
I just bought a space-themed BBC record that has that Holst piece on it.
Seems like lots of my LP purchases have been space-themed lately.
Avatar 12:11pm tonyc:

Space is the place -- for records, anyhow. Hola, senor!
  12:15pm Ricardo Montalban:

Space was the theme for the weekend though, as in, I'm running out of it.
Avatar 12:17pm tonyc:

I still haven't fully unpacked three years after moving, because I don't have enough space for all my crap. I may have to send some of it up into outer space.
  12:21pm Rasputin's Hash:

or virtual space Tony!
Would you download your cds and store them in a virtual space on the web and then rid yourself of the physical cd etc.
  12:21pm listener james from westwood:

uniting the themes of space and storage: before it was purchased by one of the big storage-space companies, there was a huge locker farm on the route i used to take between nj and boston called "hyperspace."
  12:22pm Manuel Van Brüssel:

Hola señoras y señores! Hola Toño Coulter!
Avatar 12:23pm tonyc:

@ Rasputin's Hash: Nope, would never do that. If I did, I would lose track of all the music I have. I need the objects themselves to serve as reminders/visual cues.
Avatar 12:24pm tonyc:

Guten tag, Herr Manuel!
  12:28pm Ricardo Montalban:

I went through a period of digitizing tons of CDs and selling them but had filled several hard drives of music that I almost never listen to. I also ripped a lot of it at 192kbps, thinking they sounded 'good enough' back then. Ffft!
  12:28pm Rasputin's Hash:

a few years ago I was downsizing and downloaded a lot of my collection on to a 1tb external hard disc/media player.
I must say I hardly ever listen to the music on it now as it has destroyed my interest in the artwork, band information and details etc. that I had in each individual album.
The storage media may be useful but ultimately makes everything characterless and meaningless!
Avatar 12:31pm tonyc:

Agreed, absolutely.
  12:36pm Rasputin's Hash:

this track sounds like Brian Jones tripping to the Master Musicians of Joujouka!
  12:39pm BSI:

Avatar 12:40pm tonyc:

Hey, BSI!
  12:40pm Manuel Van Brüssel:

"Kaukana väijyy ystäviä" should mean something like "from afar one lurks friends"
Avatar 12:42pm tonyc:

This Alexander Ross is a vinyl reissue of a cassette. I wonder if things that only came out on CD will now start getting reissued on vinyl?
  12:43pm kat330:

Well, here's a lurking friend, Manuel, and certainly far from Bruxelles.

Allo, all!
  12:44pm Rasputin's Hash:

is that for the audiophiles out there who prefer vinyl to cd?
Avatar 12:44pm tonyc:

@ Manuel Van Brüssel: I'm not going to even attempt to figure out anything about Finnish -- even though I'll be in Finland next month -- it's just too damn intimidatingly weird.
Avatar 12:44pm tonyc:

Allo, lurking Kat!
Avatar 12:45pm tonyc:

@ Rasputin's Hash: Yeah -- the audiophiles and the trendies -- and now that CDs are slowly dying out.
  12:47pm Hugo:

Whereto in Finland? I have to say that Helsinki is the only Nordic capital I haven't visited, but on the other hand, several trips to Åbo/Turku.
  12:47pm kat330:

@tony: A reflection of their cultural weirdness. :) Like international air guitar contests, "Lordi," and such films as "Rare Exports" and "Iron Sky." You'll have a blast!
  12:48pm Rasputin's Hash:

personally don't see vinyl ,cd or any other media surviving the download onslaught.
Those that are committed to vinyl good on you but eventually it will die out? (in my view).
  12:49pm Manuel Van Brüssel:

google translator says "Far from lurking friends". Hey! I was close ;)
Avatar 12:49pm tonyc:

@ Hugo: I'm Helsinki bound -- and probably won't have time to go to any other cities in Finland.
  12:51pm kat330:

Speaking of "Grandfather Paradox," it will be interesting how that is resolved in the upcoming film "Looper."
  12:51pm Hugo:

As far as I know, there is a good record shop in Helsinki. Might be worth visiting.

Avatar 12:52pm tonyc:

Thanks, Hugo! I'll investigate -- and, of course, whatever I come up with will be shared here.
  12:52pm kat330:

Yes, Hugo, on the list my Finn husband gave to Tony.
  12:54pm kat330:

Is this track about the infamous Eastwood RNC scold? I don't know if that chair was mesmerized, but no doubt traumatized.
Avatar 12:57pm tonyc:

  12:58pm Hugo:

Do chairs have feelings, empty or not?
Avatar 12:59pm tonyc:

Chair-ity begins at home.
  12:59pm kat330:

@Hugo: Empty chairs probably have feelings of emptiness.
  1:00pm BSI:

I've seen easy chairs, and I've seen sleazy chairs.
Loveseats, certainly, but a HATE-SEAT, that's gonna be quite a ride.
  1:00pm listener james from westwood:

hugo, their anxieties are deep-seated.
  1:01pm BSI:

It does laps all day without moving.
whoa... mind completely blode.
  1:01pm Ann Nuit:

@Hugo: Surement!
  1:01pm Missing Chaiirs:

They know when sit & shit.
  1:02pm still b/p:

Pleeease, Mr. President, when it's time for you to do a bit at the next White House Correspondents dinner, speak to Clint as represented by an empty saddle onstage. Shit'll nearly write itself.
  1:03pm T.D. Yum:

@Hugo: Shi!
Avatar 1:05pm tonyc:

Chairs may feel empty when no one sits on them -- but it's a bum-mer too when someone does.
  1:05pm kat330:

I was a bit unnerved to get emails (multiple, as always) announcing a 25%-off sale at the Obama store. Seems a strange timing.
  1:05pm Hugo:

I don't think Obama is willing to share his chair.
  1:07pm kat330:

Ah! Just noticed the "Hen's Teeth" label on the last one. Psychedelicacies are as "rare as hen's teeth"?
  1:07pm BSI:

well now that doesn't sound very socialist.
  1:08pm kat330:

I suppose Chris Christie calls loveseats "respect" seats. Actually, just a comfortable seat for him.
Avatar 1:09pm tonyc:

@ Kat330: You got it!
  1:10pm LSD:

Give until it hurts.
Avatar 1:12pm tonyc:

Do the Boggle Woggle until it hurts.
  1:13pm kat330:

From the other room, I thought they were singing "do the baba wawa" as in Barbara Walters.
  1:14pm BSI:

holy crap, Bananafish, flashy-backy...
  1:14pm Playskool:

Woggles Boggle but they don't do downs.
  1:16pm kat330:

Hugh Downs? [there's the baba wawa connection]
  1:17pm Manuel Van Brüssel:

Terve @Kat330! Tony, that Executives' song was super trippy.
Avatar 1:18pm tonyc:

@ Manuel: yes, it is a great song, isn't it! Supposedly their only good one.
  1:18pm Hugo:

I'm trying to imagine the visuals to this track - Bananafish. Somehow, I'm stuck. A visit to the dentist was never like this.
  1:19pm kat330:

@BSI: Wacky flashy-backy? I have very little psychedelic experience involving albums. Almost every trip was spent in the glorious outdoors. [pre-Walkman daze even]
Avatar 1:21pm tonyc:

Pretty extreme nicotine withdrawal here....
  1:23pm BSI:

@kat330: stylus hits the locked groove at the end of Hawkwind's "X in Search of Space," runs for about ten minutes. Somebody finally turns it off. Cue some other dude, with suddenly huge, wide eyes.... "HEY, everybody... let's go....OUT-SIDE......."
  1:24pm BSI:

[room full of people suddenly nod in some kind of sacred union]
  1:25pm BSI:

uh, just a random scene. nothing too self-incriminating there...
Avatar 1:27pm tonyc:

A rather un-Sabbath-y track this one, no?
  1:27pm Hugo:

There was a M.A.Numminen sings Wittgenstein cd. Never heard it.
  1:27pm Daniel:

You mean THAT Black Sabbath??
Avatar 1:28pm tonyc:

  1:29pm Space Cadet:

The Masters of Reality.
  1:32pm kat330:

@BSI: Gotcha! :)
  1:37pm Doug S.:

Finally home from errands. Now I knock back a tall, cool glass of Tony.
Avatar 1:39pm tonyc:

Doug! Don't spill me....
Wuz just going to say, regarding the last track, that a firemen's union labor dispute seems an unusual topic for a psychedelic pop song
  1:40pm Rasputin's Hash:

you can't catch me I'm part of he union!
  1:43pm Rasputin's Hash:

are you doing a show tonight or are you doing Jury service?
Avatar 1:46pm tonyc:

Jim McCarty and Keith Relf were both in Reign (on now).
Avatar 1:47pm tonyc:

er -- just on, that is.
  1:47pm Rasputin's Hash:

was that post Yardbirds, pre Rennaisance?
  1:48pm kat330:

The Island is a bit Beatles-esque in parts.
Avatar 1:49pm tonyc:

@ Rasputin's Hash: egg-zack-ta-mento!
  1:49pm kat330:

I guess "Across the Universe" is what I'm hearing.
Avatar 1:51pm tonyc:

@ Kat: See what you mean. The Ballroom were a Curt Boettcher project.
  1:52pm Rasputin's Hash:

  1:52pm 1/2 C!:

"Love Me Do" was recorded fifty years ago today.
  1:53pm northguineahills:

I forgot to chime in. Chime!
  1:54pm kat330:

@Rasputin: Yay! Also, since Doug seems to be reeling from his long tall draught of Tony, I'll answer as to what I recall: I believe Doug was to call about service on Wednesday, so that Friday's show might be canceled, but no problem tonight. He'll correct me if I'm wrong.
Avatar 1:55pm tonyc:

@ northguineahills!: I hear you ringing -- belated greetings!
  1:55pm kat330:

Love the chutzpah of this album title! :)
Avatar 1:55pm tonyc:

Sandy Hurvitz later changed her name to Essra Mohwak. She was still a teenager when this record came out!
  1:56pm Rasputin's Hash:

Do you think we'll have a show full of songs about Empty Chairs, or tracks exclusively by the Dancehall Reggae star Clint Eastwood or what?
  1:57pm kat330:

One can never guess what's up Mr. Schulkind's sleeve. The graphic Isaac, par exemple.
  1:58pm Hugo:

Or songs by Chairmen of the Board?
  1:59pm Rasputin's Hash:

I'll H2Ogate that!
  2:01pm Hugo:

I'm considering giving my chair to chairity.
  2:02pm kat330:

But I'm reminded of an absurd non sequitur I left the top of Doug's Friday list. I did not see the RNC Thursday. So I quickly (and incorrectly) extrapolated from LJfW's footstool and the box store graphic that it was a furniture store depicted -- thus my "bedroom suite" pun. Makes absolutely no sense when I reviewed it later with a bit more time.
  2:03pm Rasputin's Hash:

hey sister what was that, this trip is too far out to understand what you are saying man!
  2:04pm kat330:

Just regurgitating old bizness. :)
Avatar 2:06pm tonyc:

How much wood would a woodchuck upchuck if a woodchuck could upchuck wood?
  2:07pm kat330:

All I know is you're bound to have a Stinky Bike if you're upchucking all over it.
  2:07pm Rasputin's Hash:

hey maan!,
put some flowers in your hair!
  2:08pm kat330:

Did and done. Now I have hummingbirds circling overhead.
  2:08pm Flower puke:

  2:09pm Rasputin's Hash:

have you some banana today TC?
Avatar 2:09pm tonyc:

Put some flowers in your tentacles, space alien.
  2:10pm BSI:

hummingbirds and tentacles. Not advisable.
  2:10pm Hugo:

I take that as an oblique reference to a Welsh rock group.
  2:11pm kat330:

Whenever Washington Sq.'s mentioned, I wonder when the heck that 7SD busker program is going to air?!
  2:14pm kat330:

Thanks for talking us down with this song, Tony. And the hummingbirds have landed.
  2:15pm Hugo:

@kat 330: I suppose it will be at least seven seconds delayed.
Avatar 2:15pm tonyc:

@ kat330: Wouldn't want things to get out of hand....
  2:17pm kat330:

or out of tentacle.
  2:17pm kat330:

@Hugo: More like seven weeks -- and counting.
  2:18pm Doug S.:

To paraphrase the wonderful Free Design: "Non-sequiturs are fun."
  2:19pm Beacon St. Union:

Remember It's a Beautiful Day
  2:22pm Hugo:

White hummingbird, was it?
  2:22pm kat330:

@Doug: Did you wonder what the hell I was saying though? Teach me to make quick glance assumptions. :)
  2:23pm kat330:

Ahh, Hugo, nice pulling it all together. :)
  2:24pm Hugo:

Joining the dots ...
Avatar 2:24pm tonyc:

The microdots?
  2:24pm Doug S.:

Honestly, the comments come pouring in so fast while I'm trying to queue each new record and do mic breaks AND respond to comments — I guess I start from the assumption that everyone is making perfect sense. And you tend to make perfecter sense than most. So no, I didn't notice anything amiss!
  2:29pm kat330:

I've decided I should never revisit any of my playlist comments as I don't enjoy cringing. Saw another doozie where I'd typed "mandarined" when I *thought* I had typed "mandolined" -- some spellcheck weirdness or brain burp -- I dunno, but embarrassing!
  2:30pm Hugo:

I've seen our man in action. Frankly, I couldn't do half of it.
  2:30pm Choice:

Orange microdot or barrel?
  2:31pm kat330:

'Shrooms or Sunshine if you please.
Avatar 2:34pm tonyc:

Guess "shrooms" sounds cooler than "mush."
  2:37pm kat330:

Is this the missing gap between psychedelia and punk?
  2:38pm kat330:

I meant LINK not gap....sheeesh....mush indeed.
Avatar 2:40pm tonyc:

Punk/ post-punk and psych overlap a lot, if you ask me. They were less than 10 years apart, after all.
  2:40pm northguineahills:

@Doug S, I've always loved that Free Design lyric.
  2:41pm Doug S.:

Tony Coulter is the one who taught me to love Free Design (like so much else).
  2:43pm kat330:

@Tony: Well, the gap is actually in my own life: I became involved in a lot of classical music / singing in the mid-70s, and that sort of continued through the punk period. For me it was almost Hendrix to Nirvana. Not quite THAT long of a gap, but still....
Avatar 2:43pm tonyc:

Glenn Branca was in The Static -- but not Free Design.
  2:48pm Rasputin's Hash:

Kat, your a rainbow chaser!
Avatar 2:49pm tonyc:

I'll be running over a bit today -- maybe 5/6 minutes -- in order to squeeze in two great releases I just received in the mail from EE Tapes ... so stick around!
  2:49pm northguineahills:

It was a friend and Stereolab that got me into the Free Design.
  2:49pm Hugo:

The other Nirvana?
  2:50pm Hugo:

The Free Design was a Delevan, New York-based vocal group playing jazzy pop music. Their music can be described as sunshine pop and baroque pop, which were pop music subgenres at the time, which later influenced the bands Stereolab, Cornelius, Pizzicato Five, Beck and The High Llamas.

This one?
  2:51pm kat330:

@RH: Among many other things.

@Hugo: Kurt and to the point, yeah. Just events in '91-'92 returned me to a highly radio-active state after a long absence.
  2:51pm Doug S.:

The cruel truth that Tony's show will come to an end is only now looming on the horizon. You can curl up fetal in the corner, or you can remain steadfast in the desperate hope that TWO MORE SHOWS coming up later on the Drummer Stream will provide a measure of comfort:

At 6pm, I will be back with a 1-hour edition of Give the Drummer Some. The show will be an epic paean to jury duty (my service to which may put the kibosh on my Friday GTDS)

At 7pm, Kaminsky Kamoutsky with Jesse will be live on the stream. Jesse will be flying solo tonight from his new digs in Providence, RI.

Immediately following Tony here on your 24-hour Give the Drummer Radio, these fine artists will try to take the sting out of waiting a whole week until Tony comes back with Tape Hiss next Tuesday:

Les Tambours Du Bronx
Jackson C. Frank
Nubar & Ibrahim Bey
Mezz Mezzrow
The Blue Notes (the South African, not Harold Melvin's band)
Sonny Okosun
Blackman Akeeb Kareen & His Super Band
The Oriental Funk
Sutrak Aksonthong
Kazuki Tomokawa
Kuldeep Manak
Rosie N. Wilson
Smokey and His Sister
Willie West
Willie Williams
Daddy Stovepipe
and more
and more
and eternally more...
Avatar 2:51pm tonyc:

A lot of Jesus bands covered Free Design songs in the '70s, I've noticed.
  2:51pm Rasputin's Hash:

there can only be one Nirvana by definition!
the other one turned out to be hell in reality!
Avatar 2:52pm tonyc:

Remember to stick around for the EE Tapes bonus overtime, coming up next, after the set break.
  2:55pm kat330:

How appropriate -- in today's mail is a Habitat for Humanity group of cards w/envelopes. An empty chair is depicted in the bottom corner of a couple.
  2:58pm Rasputin's Hash:

Habitat for Humanity - bit of a mouthfull?
  3:00pm Rasputin's Hash:

this trip too stoned for me - is this lily the pink or what?
  3:00pm Hugo:

I have to confess I haven't listened much to UK Nirvana. They probably didn't get the commercial success they deserved. Same old story ...
Avatar 3:01pm tonyc:

Here's a youtube vid for this Absent Music track: youtu.be...
  3:01pm listener james from westwood:

thanks a million (or $432,092 adjusted for inflation) for the fine show, tony!
  3:02pm kat330:

Thanks, Tony, and for these fine 3+ hours as well!

Have a great day / eve / tomorrow morn everyone!
Avatar 3:03pm tonyc:

A second band called Nirvana didn't faze me -- but when a '90s band called themselves The Mothers -- now that was irritating!
  3:03pm Rasputin's Hash:

is this dubbed up art damaged freak punk or what?
  3:04pm Rasputin's Hash:

see you later TC,
I really enjoyed it,
Avatar 3:04pm tonyc:

Thanks for listening everybody!! See you next week, I hope!
  3:05pm Hugo:

The Mothers of Intention?

Great show, but we knew that in advance!
  12:15am steve:

Indeed its amazing playlist, i really love it.
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