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Favoriting February 15, 2013: #180 No More Blue Tomorrows

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Fabio Frizzi & Giorgio Tucci  Zombie Theme   Favoriting Zombie OST  Blackest Heart Media    CD    0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Nordland  Nordland   Favoriting Nordland  Glorious North Productions  2011  CD    0:05:09 (Pop-up)
Smiling World  First Chase 2 (from Halloween 3)   Favoriting no album  no label    MP3  https://soundcloud.com/smilingworld Bay Area, CA  0:16:58 (Pop-up)
Mortum  Prophecizing the Fall of Mankind   Favoriting Beyond Which Darkness Holds Secret  self-released  2010  EP  available through Fallen Empire  0:20:18 (Pop-up)
Astrofaes  Fiery Mysticism   Favoriting Dying Emotions Domain  Negative Existence  1998  CD    0:26:38 (Pop-up)
Putrid Servant  The Gray   Favoriting Putrid Servant (Demo #2?)  self-released    Cassette  hope I got this info right ... apologies if not.  0:35:08 (Pop-up)
Nuit Noire  Faerie Was Already There   Favoriting split 7" with Trist  Fallen Empire Records    7"    0:38:52 (Pop-up)
Blut der Nacht  Savage Mechanical Onslaught   Favoriting Blut der Nacht EP  Fallen Empire Records    7"    0:43:04 (Pop-up)
Din of Awakening  II.   Favoriting Demo II  Fallen Empire Records    Cassette    0:47:04 (Pop-up)
Satyricon  Dark Medieval Times   Favoriting Dark Medieval Times  Moonfog    CD    0:59:31 (Pop-up)
Moloch  Weg von dieser Welt voller Traurigkeit   Favoriting Illusionen eines verlorenen Lebens  Glorious North Productions  2011  CD    1:07:54 (Pop-up)
Insalubre  Sangue Bélico   Favoriting Assim Nasceu o Ódio  Discipline    LP  yeah! One-sided LP!  1:12:06 (Pop-up)
Nuklearenpest  Crush the Banner of 306   Favoriting split cassette with Mortum  Fallen Empire Records    Cassette    1:16:50 (Pop-up)
Pantheon of Blood  Side Lunae: The Crimson Empress of Night   Favoriting Consociato Solis et Lunae  Glorious North    7"    1:21:35 (Pop-up)
Malus  Finally Triumph   Favoriting In Revenge  Black Empire Records    LP    1:23:58 (Pop-up)
Trist  Nostalgie I   Favoriting Nostalgie  Fallen Empire Records    7"    1:29:00 (Pop-up)
Vardan  Inverted Cross / Thunderbolt   Favoriting Inverted Cross / Thunderbolt  Self Mutialtion Services  2012  CD  ltd. 500  1:35:45 (Pop-up)
Black Priest of Satan  We, as Shadows of Satan   Favoriting We, as Shadows of Satan  Deathstrike    CD    1:41:25 (Pop-up)
Flourishing  The Petrifaction Lottery   Favoriting Intersubjectivity  The Path Less Travelled    CD    1:48:20 (Pop-up)
Anwech  Only Snow Just Falled   Favoriting My Frozen Dream Slept Too Eternally...  Fog of The Apocalypse    CD    1:53:14 (Pop-up)
Dhampyr  Untitled II ('06)   Favoriting The Tarnished Mirrors and the Flames That Were  self-released  2012    orig. 2006; http://sufferingoblivion.blogspot.com/  2:02:34 (Pop-up)
Michael Findlay  Satan's Bed - film trailer audio   Favoriting           2:07:17 (Pop-up)
Haare  Underground Lucifer   Favoriting Forward To Insanity  self-released    Cassette    2:16:57 (Pop-up)
Hobo Sunn  Weeping From Eyes Three, Four and Five [excerpt]   Favoriting split LP with Decimus  Kelippah  2012  LP    2:29:10 (Pop-up)
Clinic of Torture  Sounds of Torment   Favoriting Live Sadism  Institute of Paraphilia Studies    CD  Mikko Aspa, recorded live, Helsinki 2007. On discogs - http://www.discogs.com/artist/Clinic+Of+Torture  2:39:41 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:05am SiHV:

Listening live. Another death-defying week on the golf coast of Florida.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:06am Jeezy:

yyyyyeeeeeeessssss
  12:08am solarflares:

guh
  12:12am Arvo:

Good morning! Thanks again for having me last week! One thing about Chicago is the curious abundance of rabbits in the dead of winter. I saw one today. I once saw one that was frozen solid. True story.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13am fleep:

That still is from a David Lynch film.
Avatar 12:16am Wm.:

Yup. Those creepy bunnies.
Avatar 12:19am dw:

I love the Smiling World so far!
  12:24am Listener Howard:

I need to figure out how to get the volume on my computer louder.
Avatar 12:41am dw:

Nuit Noire!!!
  12:43am A young and mischievous Shane Embury in a one roo:

Hello, and happy bleedin' bleedin' hearts to everyone!
  12:54am SiHV:

Hey Arvo awesome sets last week. Listening regularly.
  12:55am Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

Welcome to Portland, Fallen Empire! What a pleasure to have you here!
Avatar 12:57am dw:

Meat Puppets
Meat Puppets
Meat Puppets
  1:01am Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

Wm. Berger
Wm. Berger
Wm. Berger
Avatar 1:06am Wm.:

Derrick Bostrum was my first-ever celebrity radio interview. Charming guy. I loved the Meat Puppets in their heyday, and saw them countless times. ...
Avatar 1:11am dw:

Totally a must on that list about Bands' First LPs! i HEARD THE 2ND TOO, GREAT MUSIC!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:11am Howard:

Yes, Fallen Empire in PDX!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:12am Rory:

Meat Puppets II is a fucking great album!
Avatar 1:16am Wm.:

Love the first three MP's records in their totality, each one wholly unlike the preceding. Every record that followed had great tracks on it, though those first three are raw brilliance.
Avatar 1:16am I X Key!:

!
GOOD MORNING
GOOD MORNING
GOOD MORNING
Avatar 1:17am I X Key!:

HAPPY NATIONAL GUMDROP DAY!!!!!!!!!
  1:26am Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

GOOD MORNING, I X KEY!
  1:27am Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

Howard, speaking of PDX, the Samothrace, Vassafor and Knelt Rote show this coming Sunday should be wild!
Avatar 1:28am dw:

3 from outside the key!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:31am Howard:

Adam: Rotture, right? Wanna go, hopefully will...
  1:36am Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

Yes, either Rotture or Branx, so either way if you show you'll be in the right place.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:39am HWRD:

Ha, yes... And thanks for the reminder, I really need to get out and hear some music SOON.
  1:40am Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

You're quite welcome!
Avatar 1:52am slugluv1313:

been listening but just signing in now -- FREAKIN'-AWESOME-BLOODY-SOUNDS!!!!!!!
  1:55am blee:

Checking in also. Amazingly terrifying show tonight. Flourishing track strikes a nerve, in a good way.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:56am HWRD:

Also really liked that FLOURISHING, they are new to me...
Avatar 1:59am Wm.:

Flourishing is new to WFMU's new bin; some other DJs have played it as well. Expect to hear more of it, on this show and others. Pegged it immediately as a brilliant work, and the band is from NYC apparently as well.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:01am HWRD:

Good to hear there are still some good things in NYC (expat since '08)
  2:05am Adam in Portland and Lynnwood:

I wonder if anyone else heard a fair bit of Chuck Schuldiner influence, or mere coincidence as such, in the vocals from Flourishing. Whatever the case, that is, to me, a high positive, and a great reminder to dig out some old Death records for re-spins.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:17am Rory:

Haare!
Avatar 2:18am dw:

Haare!
  2:20am blee:

Haare, yes, thank you Wm.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:21am fred:

Hello William and listeners.
I saw Inland Empire back when it was released, and haven't see any movie since.
Avatar 2:29am Wm.:

To me, Inland Empire was the culmination of everything Lynch has been working on since his early shorts. It had elements that recalled Eraserhead, as well as his slightly more-conventional dramas like Wild At Heart, and his identity-mind-fuck films like Mulholland Drive. Maybe not his best film ever, but way up there, and must be viewed multiple times to take in its many layers, and colorful symbolism. Just what I want from a film by a great auteur, and then some!
  2:41am Arvo:

Thanks SiHV!

I was watching Night Gallery, when robot maids fight back! (and some other padding episode with a vampire and Lovecraft reference). Good soundtrack music here.

Digging this "Hobo Sunn", good night so far.

I had only seen Inland Empire a few times, and never recall it, probably never saw it sober, but I have already mentioned a few things that were striking to me, as to why this movie could somewhat adequately be referred to as a horror movie. Excellent movie, whatever the hell it was about. I'd love to know what Lynch knows about Jung.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:47am fred:

I loved Inland Empire. It's hard for me to say which is my favorite Lynch film, but some days I think it's this one.
I don't watch movies anymore, I'm more interested in live shows. Between dance and music I must have seen close to a thousand since I saw Inland Empire. That left little time for anything else
Avatar 2:48am Wm.:

Arvo, thanks again for the sets last week. Truly great moment in MCoQ history. Hope you like what I wrote on my blog, and thanks for re-posting on yours. Cheers, pal.
  6:28pm Arvo:

Abrazos!
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