Rhubarb Cake, 11/30/00, 9 AM-noon on WFMU

hosted by Douglas

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Pee Wee King: You Tried To Ruin My Name
   so overwhelmed he ropes in some extra syllables
Wilma Lee Cooper: You Tried To Ruin My Name
   is it an answer song or the real thing?


Magazine: Twenty Years Ago
   from the live album--seriously
Grauzone: Eisbär
   featuring Stefan Eicher, as heard a few weeks ago
Techtones: That Girl
Buzzcocks: What Do You Know?

Delta 5: Colour
Elvis Costello: Clubland
The Fall: New Face In Hell
   "do you think they were ripping off Pavement?" said the listener
Manchester Mekon: Must Have More --> Wheels
XTC: Sgt. Rock Is Going To Help Me

Adam & the Ants: Antmusic
Adam & the Ants: Fall In
   the original B-side, co-written by the pre-Monochrome Set
Honey Bane: Guilty
Basement 5: Last White Christmas
The Damned: There Ain't No Sanity Clause

Hüsker Dü: In A Free Land
Human Sexual Response: Jackie Onassis
Siouxsie & the Banshees: Israel
The (English) Beat: Too Nice To Talk To
The Jam: Boy About Town

Blurt: My Mother Was A Friend Of An Enemy Of The People
The Specials: Do Nothing
A. More: Lucia
In Camera: Fragments Of Fear
Talking Heads: I Zimbra
   actually recorded live 20 years ago--released a little later

The Clash: The Call Up
Karel Fialka: The Eyes Have It
The Nuns: Savage
The Vibrators: Disco In Mosco

Frankie Armstrong: Tam Lin
   let's hear it for a cappella folk (clap clap clap)

STILLUPPSTEYPA live in session at WFMU 10/30/00
   an untitled 25-minute piece performed by Heimir Björgúlfsson, Helgi
Thorsson and Sigtryggur Berg Sigmarsson with the help of a gigantic mound
of CDs, DATs and MiniDiscs; engineered by Ken Freedman and Irene Trudel

Glass Candy & the Shattered Theatre: Metal Gods
   the 20-years-ago sound lives!
Margo Guryan: Someone I Know
   how could she put so much heartbreak into other people's mouths?
Photon Band: I Understand
   clumsily staggering into a tradition bigger than itself
Bright Eyes: Kathy With A K's Song
   he is under the impression that this is a HAPPY song--!

Kiki & Herb: Fox In The Snow/Holiday
   a drag cabaret/lounge Belle & Sebastian/Bee Gees medley, no kidding
Sluta Leta: You Know What I Mean!
   that's right, beats and all

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