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Options June 8, 2011: READY.

Hello, and welcome to the LAST Sound and Safe broadcast on 91.1fm until further notice. THANK YOU for listening and hanging out so hard every week these past four years. I'm not dead or dying so keep your eyes and ears peeled for more exciting / cool stuff to happen real soon, including The Fine Art of the Summer Jam downloadable weekly mix series returning next week. One love, Jah Rastafari, make money, keep your eyes on the prize.

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Artist Track Album Comments Approx. start time
Sound and Safe  "CLASSIC" Intro   Options   sound and safe logo 2k10  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Weezer  Surf Wax America   Options     0:01:08 (Pop‑up)
The-dream  Fuck My Brains Out   Options   Nice BB ring
0:02:43 (Pop‑up)
Private Lives  Private Life   Options   AKA Cylob + DMX Krew
0:05:25 (Pop‑up)
Capsule  HELLO   Options     0:07:39 (Pop‑up)
DOUG  DOUG   Options     0:09:18 (Pop‑up)
Big K.R.I.T. f/ Ludacris  Country Shit   Options     0:10:14 (Pop‑up)
Pulp  Common People   Options     0:14:26 (Pop‑up)
Nirvana  Lounge Act   Options     0:20:06 (Pop‑up)
Aeronaut  Meridian Sputnik   Options     0:22:35 (Pop‑up)
Veronica Maggio  Vilkommen In   Options Satan I Gatan    0:25:42 (Pop‑up)
Music behind DJ:
      0:28:20 (Pop‑up)
Tom T Hall  I Love   Options     0:34:09 (Pop‑up)
The Nerves  Many Roads to Follow   Options     0:36:37 (Pop‑up)
Broadcast  Oh How I Miss You   Options   I Miss You
0:38:17 (Pop‑up)
Gucci Mane f/ Keyshia Cole  Bad Bad Bad   Options     0:39:27 (Pop‑up)
0:43:24 (Pop‑up)
Dead Kennedys  Moon Over Marin   Options     0:46:29 (Pop‑up)
Lunice f/ Young L  Hip Pop   Options     0:50:11 (Pop‑up)
Yu Miyake  Angel Flavor's Present   Options Katamari Damacy Soundtrack    0:57:00 (Pop‑up)
Stevie Nicks  Wild Heart (Dressing Room Undress)   Options     0:58:08 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  Wed. 6/8/11 7:03pm Adam in Portland:

What are you on, Maaan? Hey, Trent!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:03pm Kat:

Oh Trent we'll miss you!!!!!!!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:04pm Danne D:

We'll miss ya Trent! Hope you're a frequent fill-in!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:04pm Marmalade Kitty:

I'm on Trent!!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:05pm Minnesota Jeff:

TRENT!!!!!! Love this damn show, I'll miss it. You have been my 100% resource for cool electro, hip hop, party musics, and just general wild stuff. I hope for your return!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:05pm Adam in Portland:

Hey everybody! Agreed about Trent's
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:06pm Adam in Portland:

....gauzy WFMU summer.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:07pm Marmalade Kitty:

  Wed. 6/8/11 7:09pm trent:

  Wed. 6/8/11 7:10pm Adam in Portland:

I love "Point of No Return" by Expose. There, I said it.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:12pm Adam in Portland:

"Country Shit." niiiiiiiiiice.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:14pm Frisko Kid:

I've really enjoyed your show over the years, Trent. It's always a fun listen. And you've helped me appreciate some artists I never thought I'd like. Thanks!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:17pm Marmalade Kitty:

  Wed. 6/8/11 7:17pm Minnesota Jeff:

I knew this as a William Shatner song before I knew he was covering Pulp. I do prefer the Shat' singing it.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:17pm Robert:

The Shatner version is so much better. How many songs can you say that about?
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:17pm Minnesota Jeff:

This is still real good though.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:19pm Robert:

There's an excellent miniature plastic figures stop motion video for this.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:19pm trent:

Thanks Frisko. THAT IS MY JOB!!! This song, this version, one time when i was out of my mind / totally in my mind I decided was the best song that ever existed and still kind of on that tip
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:20pm jaycjay:

Sorry I can not say "the Shatner version is better" even about this song.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:21pm Robert:

Sorry, jcj, if I'd heard this first I wouldn't've thought much of it, probably wouldn't've heard the lyrics well enough to pay att'n. The Shatner version, yes.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:23pm Marmalade Kitty:

YAAAH!! Trent boy :)
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:23pm jaycjay:

Fair enough. for me, when I hear that version my mind goes "yeah, that's William Shatner" and I can't take it seriously at all.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:25pm Adam in Portland:

I prefer Rane to Vestex. There, I said it!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:27pm Dan B From Upstate:

Can't listen live, but I'll check out the archive tomorrow morning. Thanks for the music, Trent. Hope to see you back soon!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:32pm Aaaah!:

Aaaah! No!!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:33pm Heck nooooooo!:

Hellllll noooooooo!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:34pm Adam in Portland:

Put some Trent in your mouth.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:34pm Robert:

The thing about Shatner is that he's not a SINGER. Big deal. He emotes, usually hammily, but in that case it worked.

But I know what you mean. My friends can't take Bingo Gazingo seriously because of his voice. It's still great poetry, some story telling, worked well with music. "Everything's OK at the OK Corral" tells a great story.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:35pm Charles in Portland:

Waaaah!! We're going to miss you, Trent. Hope you'll be back soon. Thanks so much for introducing me to lots of great new music.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:37pm Robert:

Remember, everybody's on what amounts to a long rotation here. He's just going onto the bench. And now that they host alternate streams, so they're really producing more than 24 hrs. a day of programming, that may not be for long.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:38pm jaycjay:

Yep, so many talented staffers, so few time slots.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:41pm Marmalade Kitty:

we have to alter the way we percieve time, then every one will have a time slot ;)
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:42pm jaycjay:

@Robert, if it were anyone but Shatner performing in exactly the same style it might not do that to me. I'm not even saying his voice is bad, but it's very distinctive, It's obviously HIM, and so I picture him doing a hammy performance of it, and laugh. Anything he performs, to me, is funny... which can ruin a song that's not really supposed to be funny.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:42pm trent:

Y'all spittin so much truth out there don't even know how to keep up so Imma lay back and mix it up while y'all keep writin truths
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:43pm Robert:

Talented and knowledgeable. Even the guys who don't do music programs know music, and the DJs usually have knowledge about several genres of music. At any given time, if you ask about Chinese music of the 15th C., there's probably someone in the bldg. who can answer! I'm always impressed by this.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:43pm Adam in Portland:

Trent, consider coming back in the fall with a berry cobbler inked on your cheek?
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:44pm Adam in Portland:

Thoughtful truth spit, Robert.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:45pm Robert:

But jcj, THAT one IS supposed to be funny. A wry type of humor, of course, that makes a point, but funny nevertheless.
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:45pm trent:

ADAM- on it - but it might be more of a sonic the hedgehog popsicle
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:46pm Adam in Portland:

Sonic Bomb Pop? ;-)
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:46pm Marmalade Kitty:

Thanks for the music!!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:49pm Adam in Portland:

Trent, your show is shtraighht Xanadu! Thank you!!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:51pm Marmalade Kitty:

Vote Dead Kennedys! not dead dead kennedys!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:52pm Adam in Portland:

Rap Snax!!
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:54pm Adam in Portland:

Trent, do you know who produced the beats for this track? Clams Casino?
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:56pm Adam in Portland:

  Wed. 6/8/11 7:57pm Matt Chastain:

Trent you are my favorite DJ, you killed it every week and have the best taste, I love you
  Wed. 6/8/11 7:59pm EHC-NORSK:

i'm here trent, updating my flickr in anticipation for your upcoming visit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  Wed. 6/8/11 8:00pm trent:

  Wed. 6/8/11 8:00pm Adam in Portland:

Stop dragging our Trent around.
  Wed. 6/8/11 8:02pm Robert:

As long as there's space here, if you want to discuss it, I find "Common People" interesting as "2-way listening". The sort of story where I don't sympathize with the narrator.

Yes, the tourist did come across condescending -- but so does the persona singing the song!
  Wed. 6/8/11 8:02pm Keith DePaolo:

I love your show Trent, I first noticed it when I was listening to WFMU in my car and you were playing some alright sounding electronic music, and then you played kuru kuru rock and I FLIPPED. Been listening to you ever since, I am going to miss your show so goddamn much, always looked forward to it
  Wed. 6/8/11 9:03pm trent:

Keith thanks so much!!! That is so super-nice and the perfect example of what I'd like to have happen during an FM broadcast show, don't worry, more audio content coming soon :)
  Thu. 6/9/11 1:35pm KD:

Trent - a perfect condensation of all that was best about Sound and Safe into 60 minutes... and great to hear the old intro again. Hope to hear you again here or elsewhere before too long.
  Thu. 6/9/11 10:03pm JC:

  Sun. 6/12/11 9:41am Ivan:

Noooooooo!!!!!!!!!! Σ(゚д゚lll) Say it ain't so!! These last four years have been awesome because of YOU!!! Thanks!!!
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