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Author Darryl W. Bullock presents an hour of terrible records. From the dawn of recorded music right up to some of today’s most hateful aural atrocities, spend 60 minutes with some of the worst, and most hysterically funny, records ever made.

Wednesdays 2 - 3pm (EDT) | On WFMU's Sheena's Jungle Room
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Options January 2, 2019: The World's Worst Records Radio Show: episode eight

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Approx. start time
Baby Bugs  Bingo's Bongo Bingo Party   Options   Vee-Jay Records  1964  7"  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Rosie Murphy  Alice Blue Gown   Options   Sniff  1983  7"  0:03:18 (Pop‑up)
Mary Kimmell  Life   Options   Chapel  1973  7"  0:05:45 (Pop‑up)
Jack Kimmell  My Daddy, He Died in 1969   Options   Halmark  1975  EP  0:10:25 (Pop‑up)
Vinny Roma  Ah, Music   Options Vinny Roma Sings  Vinny Roma Enterprises  1972  LP  0:13:34 (Pop‑up)
Original Cast  I'm Gay   Options Let My People Come  Libra  1974  LP  0:16:33 (Pop‑up)
Gary Roberts & the Satellites  Our Flag   Options   Sterling  1974  7"  0:19:01 (Pop‑up)
Dora Hall  Satisfaction (I Can't Get No)   Options   Reinbeau  1966  7"  0:21:54 (Pop‑up)
Miss Ruby Miller  Love Shades   Options   Parlophone  1966  7"  0:26:15 (Pop‑up)
Mrs. Miller  A Hard Day's Night   Options Mrs. Miller's Greatest Hits  Capitol  1966  LP  0:29:44 (Pop‑up)
Peter Wyngarde  Rape   Options Peter Wyngarde  RCA Victor  1970  LP  0:33:12 (Pop‑up)
Peter Wyngarde  Hippie and the Skinhead   Options Peter Wyngarde  RCA Victor  1970  LP  0:37:19 (Pop‑up)
The Legendary Stardust Cowboy  Who's That Knocking At My Door?   Options   Mercury  1968  7"  0:40:41 (Pop‑up)
Ken "Nevada" Maines   Phase One Two Three   Options World of Las Vegas Night Club and Country Western  Smile  1975  LP  0:44:00 (Pop‑up)
Larry London  I Love New York   Options   Jody  1971  7"  0:46:34 (Pop‑up)
Los Punk Rockers   Anarchy in the U.K.   Options Los Exitos de Sex Pistols  Nevada  1978  LP  0:49:00 (Pop‑up)
Leonard Nimoy  If I Had a Hammer   Options The Way I Feel  Dot  1968  LP  0:52:41 (Pop‑up)
The Planets  Moon Crazy   Options   Bingo  1958  7"  0:54:57 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 1:54pm worldsworstrecords:

hello everybody! We're 'live' in a little over five!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:54pm DJ Jan:

Avatar 1:54pm worldsworstrecords:

hey Jan!
Avatar 1:57pm Mr Fab:

First Jungle Room show of 2019. as Georgy says, it's the Year of the Sheena!
Avatar 1:58pm worldsworstrecords:

Hey Mr F; this Gary Panter & Jay Cotton - God Save The Queen is amazing!
Avatar 1:58pm worldsworstrecords:

Did you get my next show? I sent it a couple of days ago
Avatar 1:59pm Otis Fodder:

Howdy all. Happy New Year. Listening while working.
Avatar 2:00pm Martinibomb:

Avatar 2:00pm worldsworstrecords:

Hey Otis!
Avatar 2:00pm worldsworstrecords:

Hey MB!
Avatar 2:00pm Mr Fab:

Yes, i did Darryl. sorry, been out of town for a few days
Avatar 2:00pm worldsworstrecords:

And we're off!
Avatar 2:01pm worldsworstrecords:

So long as it's arrived, that's all that matters!
Avatar 2:01pm Mr Fab:

Yeah, that "Sex Chipmunks" song makes me laff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:01pm DJ Jan:

The Year of Sheena has begun!
Avatar 2:02pm worldsworstrecords:

Indeed it has!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:02pm DJ Jan:

And my sincere apologies that I completely seem to ignore that fact in my show :-(
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm DJ Jan:

The Baby Bugs go well after the last song of the automated DJ
Avatar 2:03pm Mr Fab:

Well, this is perfect, coming right after the Chipmunks parody. Sheena knows what she's doin.
Avatar 2:04pm worldsworstrecords:

Lol! I see I've programmed the same Peter Wyngarde track that was playing 20 minutes ago!
Avatar 2:04pm worldsworstrecords:

Lots of old ladies on today's show
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:12pm Rich in Washington:

ARGH! Back to work after two weeks and there's a steady stream of people coming into my office needing stuff...
Here now for the rest of the show, hopefully!
Avatar 2:13pm worldsworstrecords:

lol! That's the beauty of streaming
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:13pm DJ Jan:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:15pm Rich in Washington:

DJ Jan, are you spinning for Georgy next?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:16pm DJ Jan:

Yesss, both proud and nervous now
Avatar 2:16pm Mr Fab:

The music to "My Daddy, He Died in 1969" had a triumphant, anthemic quality completely at odds with the defeatist, depressed attitude of the lyrics. But I guess song-poem composers don't do 'goth.'
Avatar 2:16pm worldsworstrecords:

It uses the same music bed as hundreds of other tracks issued by Halmark
Avatar 2:19pm worldsworstrecords:

Good luck Jan... I'm sure it will be a blast
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:19pm DJ Jan:

thanks Darryl! :-)
Avatar 2:24pm Mr Fab:

I have "Aah, Music" on a comp of private-press records called "Enjoy The Experience," which I've been listening to again lately coincidentally. (If it is a coincidence...Are you in my head, Darryl?!)
Avatar 2:25pm worldsworstrecords:

I may be...
Avatar 2:26pm Martinibomb:

I feel like *My daddy* is going to be with me for the next few days :-D
Avatar 2:27pm worldsworstrecords:

that's good news MB
Avatar 2:27pm Mr Fab:

That Pepsodent ad is proto-hip hop! Man, makes me wanna get back into making mashups...
Avatar 2:27pm worldsworstrecords:

This is Miss Miller, not Mrs, although Miss was a decade or so older than Mrs Miller
Avatar 2:29pm worldsworstrecords:

This Old Ladies in 1966 trio was a happy accident, not planned at all...
Avatar 2:31pm Martinibomb:

@MrFab how were you using to make stuff with with in the past?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:31pm DJ Jan:

It's been quite a while since I've last heard this one. I had to laugh instantly!!!
Avatar 2:32pm Martinibomb:

@MrFab.. ug need more coffee. I meant How were you making stuff in the past? i.e. what software etc..
Avatar 2:32pm worldsworstrecords:

Then my work is done!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:32pm Rich in Washington:

Mrs. Miller reminds me of my dear departed maternal Grandmother. Also, my wife's grandmother, who would often spontaneously break into warbly singing, not unlike Mrs. Miller.
Avatar 2:34pm Mr Fab:

There were more then a few inept old lady singers out there, but Mrs Miller is bouffant-and- shoulders above em all.

i used to record, mostly under the name RIAA, sound collage/mashup-y stuff using AcidPro. I think I still have a CD of it, but my PC desktop that I need to run it died a couple years ago.
Avatar 2:36pm Martinibomb:

I think I have some Peter Wyngarde in my mix today too
Avatar 2:36pm worldsworstrecords:

lol! There must be something in the water
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:38pm Rich in Washington:

I've always loved this one. It's so odd.
Avatar 2:38pm Martinibomb:

@MrFab ah cool! I did a ton with Acid too - Acid was pretty cool. I still have v.3 installed because I like the sound of it's timestretch
Avatar 2:40pm worldsworstrecords:

Odd is right, Rich... and incredibly 'queer'
Avatar 2:41pm Mr Fab:

it's amazing how the DJs on this station often play songs or artists that were just on the stream - you'd think with over 13,000 tracks that wouldn't be too likely.

Acid was easy for me to use. Lots of fun. I think Vicki People Like Us uses ProTools, which is way too intimidating for me to attempt to learn.
Avatar 2:41pm Otis Fodder:

Exactly, who's that knocking on my door?? More clients coming back from the holidays. Go away clients, I'm trying to listen to Sheena's Stream!
Avatar 2:42pm Mr Fab:

Leg! Was so happy to see him live ages ago. Was as loopy as you'd expect.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:42pm DJ Jan:

Indeed, we can't afford to work, Otis!
Avatar 2:42pm Otis Fodder:

I keep going back to Neville Thumbcatch on the Wyngarde album. RPM did a nice CD reissue years back.
Avatar 2:43pm worldsworstrecords:

Neville Thumbcatch is awesome!
Avatar 2:44pm Otis Fodder:

@Fab/M-Bomb - ACID was my go-to program post-trackers and pre-Live in the early 2000s. I remember that unique sounding timestretch!
Avatar 2:45pm Otis Fodder:

Wow, this is the "Smile" album from the 6th dimension.
Avatar 2:46pm worldsworstrecords:

It's something else, isn't it?
Avatar 2:46pm Otis Fodder:

That vox effect!
Avatar 2:47pm Martinibomb:

@Fab/Otis yeah I started on octamed on my Amiga with 8bit sampler. Then moved to Acid then protools then ableton. Protools isn't that hard. Just use only the tools you need/restrict workflow so you don't get overwhelmed at first
Avatar 2:52pm worldsworstrecords:

Did you know that, before recording this, Los Punk Rockers were a Beatles cover band called Asfalto?
Avatar 2:54pm Martinibomb:

Nope! googling them...
Avatar 2:54pm Otis Fodder:

@Fab/M-Bomb - My chain was --> Tascam Porta 80s -> Tascam 644 90s - FastTracker to MakingWaves 90s -> ACID 00's -> Live
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:55pm Rich in Washington:

While I've never made anything of any real note from it, I used to have a couple of digital delay units hooked up to my television's A/V chain and would just make annoying loops from things on satellite television, like a music loop and looping dialog. I wasn't aware of them back then, but listening to some of it now, it sounds rather like early Severed Heads. I just had almost no control over what the input was, so that was part of the magic.
Avatar 2:56pm worldsworstrecords:

Some info here MB: worldsworstrecords.blogspot.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:57pm DJ Jan:

yes, part-time music teachers write the most terrible tunes hahahahahahaha
Avatar 2:57pm worldsworstrecords:

haha! It's true Jan!
Avatar 2:57pm Mr Fab:

Well, if you wanna go way back to the pre-digital days - I used an Akai floppy disk sampler, and an 8 track recorder in the '90s.
Avatar 2:58pm worldsworstrecords:

You can't beat a whistler
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:58pm Rich in Washington:

There's also a great Slovene punk band called Pankrti who did a song that more or less ripped off the Anarchy in the UK riff for song called Bandiera Rossa.
Avatar 2:59pm worldsworstrecords:

Ohh... I'll check that out Rich
Avatar 2:59pm worldsworstrecords:

Cheers all... now it's over to Jan ;-)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm DJ Jan:

Ok, don't forget to scroll down and refresh when we move
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:59pm Rich in Washington:

HA! I also had an Akai floppy sampler! Like seven or more floppies to make a simple song.
Avatar 3:00pm Mr Fab:

Stay tuned for Jan's debut!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:00pm Rich in Washington:

An S20. Why are they going for so much now?
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