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Options March 23, 2016: Kraftwerk | YMO | Stereolab
The three greatest electro-pop bands of all time together at last for a career-spanning survey of each group's über-genki oeuvre.

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Artist Track Album Year Comments Approx. start time
 
Music behind DJ:
Bodega Pop 
Intro   Options Bodega Pop Live  2016     
Organisation  Silver Forest   Options Tone Float  1970  Ralf Hutter - keyboards Florian Schneider - flute, violin, percussion Butch Hauf - bass, percussion Basil Hammoundi - percussion Fred Monics - Drums Conrad Plank - producer Have also seen 1969 as the date for this album  0:04:57 ()
Kraftwerk  Megahertz   Options Kraftwerk  1970  Ralf Hütter – organ, guitar, tubon; cover design Florian Schneider-Esleben – flute, violin, percussion Andreas Hohmann – drums on "Ruckzuck" and "Stratovarius" Klaus Dinger – drums on "Vom Himmel hoch" Konrad "Conny" Plank – sound engineer & production Klaus Löhmer – assistant sound engineer  0:07:34 ()
Kraftwerk  Strom   Options Kraftwerk 2  1972  Ralf Hütter – organ, electric piano, bass, rhythm machine, xylophone, harmonica Florian Schneider-Esleben – flutes, violin, guitar, effects, xylophone Conrad Plank – sound engineer  0:17:26 ()
Kraftwerk  Tongebirge   Options Ralf und Florian  1973  Ralf Hütter – vocals, keyboards, organ, electronics, bass guitar, guitar, drums, percussion Florian Schneider – vocals, keyboards, electronics, flute, violin, guitar, percussion Konrad "Conny" Plank – sound engineer  0:20:35 ()
Kraftwerk  Morgenspaziergang   Options Autobahn  1974  Ralf Hütter – vocals, electronics. Florian Schneider – vocals, electronics Klaus Röder – violin, guitar Wolfgang Flür – percussion Konrad "Conny" Plank – sound engineer  0:23:21 ()
Kraftwerk  Radio Sterne   Options Radio-Aktivität  1975  Ralf Hütter – voice, synthesizer, orchestron, drum machine, electronics. minimoog in "Radio-Activity" Florian Schneider – voice, vocoder, votrax, synthesizer and electronics Karl Bartos – electronic percussion Wolfgang Flür – electronic percussion Peter Bollig – technical engineer (Kling Klang Studio, Düsseldorf). Walter Quintus – sound mix engineer (Rüssl Studio, Hamburg)  0:27:18 ()
Kraftwerk  Schaufensterpuppen   Options Trans Europa Express  1977  Ralf Hütter – voice, synthesizer, orchestron, synthanorma-sequenzer, electronics, producer Florian Schneider – voice, vocoder, votrax, synthesizer, electronics, producer Karl Bartos – electronic percussion Wolfgang Flür – electronic percussion Technical Peter Bollig – engineer Bill Haverson – engineer (The Record Plant, Hollywood) Thomas Kuckuck – engineer (Rüssl Studio, Hamburg)  0:31:02 ()
Kraftwerk  The Man-Machine   Options The Man-Machine  1978  Ralf Hütter – album concept, artwork reconstruction (2009 remaster), cover, electronics, keyboards, Orchestron, production, Synthanorma Sequenzer, synthesiser, vocoder, voice Florian Schneider – album concept, electronics, production, synthesiser, vocoder, Votrax Karl Bartos – electronic percussion Wolfgang Flür – electronic drums  0:36:39 ()
Kraftwerk  Computer Love   Options Computer World  1981  Ralf Hütter – album concept, artwork reconstruction, cover, electronics, keyboards, mixing, Orchestron, production, recording, Synthanorma Sequenzer, synthesiser, vocoder, voice Florian Schneider – album concept, cover, electronics, mixing, production, recording, speech synthesis, synthesiser, vocoder Karl Bartos – electronic percussion  0:42:10 ()
Kraftwerk  Boing Boom Tschak   Options Electric Café  1986  Ralf Hütter – voice, vocoder, keyboards, electronics, mix Florian Schneider – vocoder, speech synthesis Karl Bartos – electronic percussion (and voice on "The Telephone Call"  0:49:16 ()
Kraftwerk  Tour de France (Radio Edit)   Options Tour de France Soundtracks  2003  Ralf Hütter – vocals, software synthesizers, sequencing Florian Schneider – additional vocals, software synthesizers, sequencing Fritz Hilpert – software synthesizers, electronic percussion, sound engineer[11] Henning Schmitz – software synthesizers, electronic percussion  0:52:22 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Kraftwerk 
Metall Auf Metall   Options The Mix  1991    0:55:16 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  Computer Game (Theme from the Cirus)   Options Yellow Magic Orchestra  1978  Constant members: Haruomi "Harry" Hosono, Yukihiro Takahashi, Ryuichi Sakamoto  1:04:46 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  Day Tripper   Options Solid State Survivor  1979    1:05:56 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  Tighten Up (Japanese Gentleman Stand Up Please)   Options ×∞Multiplies  1980    1:08:29 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  Rap Phenomena   Options BGM  1981    1:12:09 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  Pure Jam   Options Technodelic  1981    1:16:34 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  Wild Ambitions   Options Naughty Boys  1983    1:20:58 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  The Madmen   Options Service  1983    1:26:10 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  Nanga Def?   Options Technodon  1993  The band broke up in 1993, but reformed in 1992 to record this album. Ryuichi was reportedly not happy with it.  1:30:32 ()
Yellow Magic Orchestra  Mars   Options Gijonymo: Yellow Magic Orchestra Live In Gijon 19 / 6 08  2008    1:35:59 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Yellow Magic Orchestra 
Wind Ambitious   Options Naughty Boys (Instrumental)  1983    1:40:08 ()
Stereolab  Doubt   Options Switched On  1991  Laetitia Sadier (vocals) Gina Morris (vocals) Tim Gane (guitar, Moog synthesizer, Farfisa organ) Martin Kean (bass) Joe Dilworth (drums)  1:50:04 ()
Stereolab  Mellotron   Options Peng!  1992  Laetitia Sadier - vocals Tim Gane - guitar, Farfisa organ, Moog synthesizer Joe Dilworth - drums Martin Kean - bass  1:52:28 ()
Stereolab  French Disko   Options Jenny Ondioline  1993    1:55:28 ()
Stereolab  Pack Yr Romantic Mind   Options Transient Random-Noise Bursts with Announcements  1993  Laetitia Sadier - vocals, guitar, Vox organ, Moog synthesizer, tambourine Tim Gane - guitar, Vox organ, Moog synthesizer, percussion Sean O'Hagan - guitar, Vox & Farfisa organs Andy Ramsay - bouzouki, Vox organ, percussion Mary Hansen - vocals, guitar, tambourine Duncan Brown - guitar, bass, background vocals  1:58:32 ()
Stereolab  Space Age Bachelor Pad Music (Mellow)   Options the groop played "SPACE AGE BATCHELOR PAD MUSIC"  1993    2:03:25 ()
Stereolab  Anemie   Options ABC Music: The Radio 1 Sessions [Disc 1] [Live]  1993    2:05:11 ()
Stereolab  Three-Dee Melodie   Options Mars Audiac Quintet  1994  Laetitia Sadier - vocals, guitar, Vox organ, Moog synthesizer, tambourine Tim Gane - guitar, Vox organ, Moog synthesizer, percussion Sean O'Hagan - guitar, Vox & Farfisa organs Andy Ramsay - drums Mary Hansen - vocals, guitar, tambourine Duncan Brown - guitar, bass, background vocals Katharine Gifford - keyboards  2:11:13 ()
Stereolab  Ulan Bator   Options Mars Audiac Quintet [bonus disc]  1994    2:14:48 ()
Stereolab  OLV 26   Options Emperor Tomato Ketchup  1996  Laetitia Sadier - vocals, various instruments Tim Gane - guitar, various keyboards Andy Ramsay - drums, programming Mary Hansen - guitar, vocals Duncan Brown - bass guitar Morgane Lhote - keyboards Sean O'Hagan – string arranger, electric piano, organ, vibraphone Marcus Holdaway, Sally Herbert, Mandy Drummond, Meg Gates – strings Ray Dickarty – alto saxophone John McEntire – vibraphone, guitar, synthesizers, maracas, tambourine  2:17:46 ()
Stereolab  Fluorescences   Options Oscillons From the Anti-Sun  1996    2:23:20 ()
Stereolab  Miss Modular   Options Dots and Loops  1997  Laetitia Sadier (vocals) Tim Gane (guitar) Mary Hansen Richard Harrison Morgane Lhote Andrew Ramsay  2:26:35 ()
Stereolab  Fuses   Options Cobra and Phases Group Play Voltage in the Milky Night  1999  Mark Bassey – Overdubs Colin Crawley – Overdubs Fulton Dingley – Producer, Engineer, Mixing Tim Gane – Organ, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Drums, Vocals, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Electric Harpsichord, Group Member Mary Hansen – Organ, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Drums, Vocals, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Electric Harpsichord Sophie Harris – Strings William Hawkes – Strings Kev Hopper – Saw Simon Johns – Bass Morgane Lhote, Keyboards Rob Mazurek – Cornet John McEntire – Drums, Keyboards, Producer Ramsay Morgan – Organ, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Drums, Vocals, Clavinet, Wurlitzer, Electric Harpsichord Dominic Murcott – Marimba (Electronics) Jacqueline Norrie – Strings Sean O'Hagan – Organ, Guitar (Acoustic), Bass, Piano, Harpsichord, Clavinet, Brass Arrangement Jim O'Rourke – Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Keyboards, Producer, String Arrangements Andy Ramsay - Drums, programming Andy Robinson – Overdubs Steve Rooke – Mastering Laetitia Sadier - Voice Steve Waterman – Overdubs Brian G. Wright – Strings  2:30:57 ()
Stereolab  Barok - Plastic   Options The First of the Microbe Hunters  2000    2:34:38 ()
Stereolab  Captain Easychord   Options Sound-Dust  2001  Last studio recording with Mary Hansen, R.I.P.  2:37:21 ()
Stereolab  Margerine Rock   Options Margerine Eclipse  2003  Recorded in dual mono!  2:42:40 ()
Stereolab  Microclimate   Options Instant 0 In The Universe  2003    2:45:28 ()
Stereolab  Plastic Mile   Options Fab Four Suture  2005  Date is date of original single; comp album is from 2006  2:49:41 ()
Stereolab  Pop Molecule   Options Chemical Chords  2008    2:54:40 ()
Stereolab  Everybody's Weird Except Me   Options Not Music  2010  Lætitia Sadier – vocals Tim Gane – guitar Simon Johns – bass Andy Ramsay – drums, synthesizer  2:56:50 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Catrina Paslaru 
Hei La Bodega   Options Hei La Bodega - Carnaval!  2000    3:00:20 ()

Listener comments!

Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 6:08pm Gary:

A very sincere THANK YOU to all of you who pledged to WFMU over the last two and half weeks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 6:48pm annie:

i LOVED electro-pop!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 6:49pm Gary:

Hi Annie!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 6:50pm Gary:

I'll start up a pre-show track in about 3 minutes
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 6:56pm listener james from westwood:

In just in time to catch said track from the start!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 6:57pm Gary:

Are you guys hearing a cover version of Autobahn?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 6:59pm annie:

no talking
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 6:59pm Gary:

Not talking yet -- should be Autobahn cover for the moment
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 6:59pm ndbob:

heya Gary, Annie, James!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 6:59pm Rich in Washington:

I am. We're fahn fahn fahn auf der Bodegabahn
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:00pm annie:

hey ndbob!!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:00pm Gary:

Okay, terrific ... I'll get on mic in a bit!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:01pm Gary:

Welcome Annie, James, Bob, Rich!
Avatar    Wed. 3/23/16 7:04pm Polyus:

Good evening Gary and Poppers. Limited time for the bleep bloop tonight, but I will take what I can get.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:05pm listener james from westwood:

I actually worked the line "Bodegas are our friends" into a conversation yesterday. It was met with agreement.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:07pm Gary:

Howdy, Polyus! ... and, James, that's because they *are*. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:08pm Uncle Michael:

Gary...I'm sure glad I could find this place...because your Facebook post about your show...doesn't mention...*your show*.

Gary, my brother...that's so you. I love you man.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:10pm Gary:

Oh! Ha ha, oops ... HI MICHAEL! That was an AMAZING red suit, btw
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:10pm Uncle Michael:

Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...oh - this will be grand tub music - see ya in a few...
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:14pm Uncle Michael:

Mental eye bleach...stat!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:15pm Gary:

Happy bathin', RevRab!
  Wed. 3/23/16 7:17pm steve:

woo hoo
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:18pm Gary:

Steve!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:18pm hyde:

woo hoo! i'm kind of most excited about the Stereolab portion of this, i haven't listened to them in years.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:19pm Gary:

They're on from about 9-10 PM Hyde!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:21pm hyde:

well, i'll hang around for the Kraftwerk and YMO too!

and wtf, i was thinking that maybe i hadn't listened to Stereolab since Mary Hansen died. That was in 2002. Holy crapoli, i am old.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:24pm listener james from westwood:

Wow to this "Tongebirge" track!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:33pm Uncle Michael:

As much as I love this version, this is *not* my favorite version of Showroom Dummies.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:34pm Gary:

What's your favorite version?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:34pm Uncle Michael:

Senor Coconut's.
Avatar    Wed. 3/23/16 7:35pm Polyus:

I haven't heard the German version in forever.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:36pm Gary:

Ah!
  Wed. 3/23/16 7:37pm Dave:

Hi, Gary. Grew up out in the country in Missouri, our closest neighbors lived underground. Now and then they would blast "We Are the Robots!!" The family stole our chickens but those are pleasant memories indeed.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:37pm Gary:

LOL, hi Dave!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:41pm listener james from westwood:

Ahhhh, "Man-Machine." My Kraftwerk gateway in college after I picked up a bargain-bin cassette of it once I'd read about them in Lester Bangs's collected work.
Oddly, a couple of years later, 2 Live Crew would sample the base of this song for one of theirs, as I found out when someone on campus began BLASTING their album during finals week. I was sitting there, thinking, "Is that Kraftwerk under all that?!"
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:42pm Rich in Washington:

'member back in the good ol' days when you had to look really hard to find cool music and if you lived far away from decent record stores, you were screwed?
I was talking to this hillbilly coworker about weird music and out of nowhere, he goes "have you ever heard of a German band called Kraftwerk?" I had, but only heard dribs and drabs of them on the radio.
Well, about a week later, he gives me immaculately duped cassettes of all their early albums. I still have them even though I bought them all on record and CD over the years.
I always think of that guy when I listen to Kraftwerk. So weird.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:43pm Uncle Michael:

The world needs more hillbillies.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:43pm Gary:

Awesome stories, guys
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:44pm Rich in Washington:

He was this weird 50-something year old guy who lived with his mom. Collected Alvin and the Chipmunk records.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:45pm Gary:

I guess if you're already living with mom, you might as well binge out on the 'munks
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:45pm Uncle Michael:

I was not even a freshman at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I was taking photo classes the summer after high school. An older student working the equipment checkout counter asked me if I'd ever heard of the De-evolution band. "They're from Ohio."
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:47pm listener james from westwood:

@Rich: Oh, man, everyone needs someone like that. (Luckily WFMU is like a whole station of people like that!!)
@Gary: Could. Not. Get. this tape out of my Walkman after I bought it. For like weeks. Then it got into heavy rotation with "The Pleasure Principle." My being wicked into cyberpunk literature at the time (end of the 80s) surely helped.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:47pm northguineahills:

Ack, just got home, but my annchronometer just clicked 40, so it's time to go out and get my crunk up, and get drunk. Yeah, I'm finally old(ish)!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:47pm Rich in Washington:

Open minded hillbillies are the coolest.
Another was this trippy dude at my current workplace who loved Enoch Light stuff.
Once I left my work area with my stereo on and Throbbing Gristle's Hot on the Heels of Love was on when I walked in and this dude was going 'Ooo! I LIKE THAT!' and doing this trippy old dude dance to it. Not even sarcastically. He really dug it.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:48pm Gary:

Hey, whoa, what? Happy Four Oh, NGH!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:49pm hyde:

hb, ngh!!!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:50pm Rich in Washington:

Happy forty, NGH! Forty's the new thirty nine!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:50pm northguineahills:

My wife donated to the marathon and won a prize.

I'm probably going to be taking a good job in FL, but it means leaving my wife (she has a dream job here), and more importantly, leave NYC.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:50pm hyde:

@Rich in Wash i love that hillbilly story
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:50pm northguineahills:

Thanksssss!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:53pm ndbob:

excellent first hour - Gary - thanks for the stories everyone!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:53pm northguineahills:

I've ran into a few north Floridian rednecks have been really cool about random music I've shown them, much more open-minded then the techy-coworkers I had at the time.
  Wed. 3/23/16 7:53pm Dave:

Uncle Michael, at a Devo show Mark Mothersbaugh dove into the crowd and I patted his sweaty back.
Anyway I can relate to the hillbillies.. my family grew up in the middle of nowhere but my brother ordered stuff by mail in the early '80s.. Gong, Magma, Can, Captain Beefheart. And I listened to Funkadelic and music of Africa.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:53pm Gary:

Night, Bob!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:55pm Uncle Michael:

I kind of always imagine Mothersbaugh with a sweaty back.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:57pm annie:

ok, bliss has set in.. love these beats!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 7:57pm hyde:

@ngh that's a tough choice. i had a very similar situation a couple years back, i know it's hard. good luck, it should be fine.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 7:59pm Uncle Michael:

Happy birthday and good luck, NGH.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:00pm hyde:

i used to feel like artists shouldn't disavow their early work, but then i read the poems i wrote in college
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:06pm Rich in Washington:

I found YMO's US debut record in a cut-out bin in my local Musicland when I was a teen and bought it and it blew my mind. It's one of the few records I held onto all these years.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:07pm Rich in Washington:

But I only in the last few years have seen their Soul Train appearance on the Youtubes. It's incredible.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 8:08pm annie:

this music is making me very high!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:10pm Gary:

I super-super love this cover
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:14pm listener james from westwood:

It is just so off the hook.
  Wed. 3/23/16 8:14pm Dave:

Didn't know they were on Soul Train.
My brother had ×∞Multiplies album.
"Rydeen" since covered by Japanese
girl group E-girls

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_4nGY9at9M
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:17pm Gary:

Oooh, haven't heard that cover, Dave -- will have to look out for it!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:18pm listener james from westwood:

Holy shit, YMO did "Tighten Up" on Soul Train.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:18pm listener james from westwood:

Whoops, should have added a ? there!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:19pm listener james from westwood:

I have tabbed that link for post-show delectation. I cannot even imagine.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 8:26pm annie:

holy crap... sooo good
  Wed. 3/23/16 8:31pm Dave:

I have Akiko Yano's "Love Life" album on cassette (longtime wife of Ryuichi Sakamoto.) She has a unique voice.. cool songs, and their daughter Miu Sakamoto is very talented.. amazing videos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZtsmFFeyAM
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:32pm Gary:

I have dozens of Akiko Yano's albums, Dave -- she's terrific!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:38pm Gary:

I didn't know she was married to Ryuichi, tho!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 8:59pm hyde:

this is fantastic
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:04pm Gary:

Yeah, that French Disko song is one of my faves
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:09pm listener james from westwood:

Ooh, very Faust-ian here.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:09pm coelacanth:

Yay Stereolab! i have to return for all that Kraftwerk.
-Hello Gary and Bodegatrons!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:11pm Gary:

Coelacanth!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:11pm annie:

fantastic show!!! shall tune in again next week! the cat is hinting it's time for bed.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:12pm Gary:

Have a great night, Annie!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:13pm coelacanth:

(i suppose that could be interpreted as a big dis on YMO! but NO, i will listen to that too! ..i'm just not as excited about it)
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:14pm hyde:

did i mention this was fantastic
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:15pm hyde:

@coelecanth haha, i hear you
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:15pm Gary:

I am officially angry that no book exists about either YMO or Stereolab. How is this possible? How?
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:17pm hyde:

@Gary there should at least be a 33 1/3 book about one of 'em
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:17pm coelacanth:

it's NOT possible! yet it's true! (if you say it is)
it's down to you Gary! get crackin"!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:18pm listener james from westwood:

Not even a Japanese-language YMO book? Seems like there'd have been at least one music otaku way into the band who would've put something together.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:19pm coelacanth:

...for whatever shame it's worth, i've never read any book about kraftwerk either.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:20pm Gary:

You're no doubt right, James; but not one in English, and they were an international band
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:23pm Gary:

Coelacanth, no shame, but I bet you'd love PRODUKTION
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:28pm coelacanth:

-a book on kraftwerk?
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:29pm coelacanth:

i'm not finding it in the web, but that's kind of a tricky set of terms for the search engines!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:29pm Gary:

www.amazon.com...
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:30pm Gary:

^That book, Coelacanth!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:30pm coelacanth:

ah, Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:32pm coelacanth:

i'm intrigued!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 3/23/16 9:35pm steve:

Cobra + Phases... my first and maybe my favorite Stereolab. remember buying at at a mall in nj after seeing the vid for Noise of Carpet (from Emperor Tomato Ketchup) on 120 Minutes
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 3/23/16 9:35pm steve:

this track is incredible!
Avatar Swag For Life Member    Wed. 3/23/16 9:36pm steve:

wow didnt realize how many players there were
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:37pm Gary:

It's a lot, huh!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:39pm coelacanth:

i need more stereolab in my life. i've just got "dots and loops" and "sound-dust".
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:42pm Gary:

^My work here is done ... :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:42pm coelacanth:

Fantastic!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:46pm Andrew Waterloo:

Margerine Eclipse is a great album with a great title.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:47pm Gary:

Indeed ... HI ANDREW!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:48pm coelacanth:

this is pretty wild for them!
and yeah good album title!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:54pm coelacanth:

Gary, some stereolab songs remind me of the band "delacave". if you're not familiar, delacave's a little stripped-down, comparatively. not to say they sound alike, but there's common ground. i think you might like it.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 9:55pm Gary:

Oh, cool -- I don't know Delacave
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:57pm coelacanth:

first album : sebnormal.bandcamp.com...
second : sebnormal.bandcamp.com...
...i think lots of people would like it, but i've never heard them on fmu.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 9:58pm Andrew Waterloo:

This delacave sounds up my alley.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 10:01pm Andrew Waterloo:

You've done a good thing Coelacanth
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 10:01pm coelacanth:

hahaha! Thanks Andrew!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 10:03pm hyde:

aw hell, it's already ten? thanks Gary!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 10:03pm listener james from westwood:

Extraordinary survey of these three bands, Gary!
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 10:04pm coelacanth:

tremendous program Gary! i'm psyched to hear the whole thing!
Thanks!
'night all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member Wed. 3/23/16 10:04pm Andrew Waterloo:

I missed Yellow Magic. I'll have to dig up my record.
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 10:05pm Gary:

Thanks for hanging out, everyone ... see you somewhere soon!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 10:05pm northguineahills:

Arrrggh, just got home, Stereolab is perfect for my bday. One of my all-time favorite bands. Will listen tomorrow!
Avatar Wed. 3/23/16 10:06pm Gary:

Enjoy, NGH -- and happy birthday!
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