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Options April 8, 2014: Radio Harvester #2

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Artist Track Album Label Comments New / Special Approx. start time
Ramones  53rd and 3rd   Options Ramones  Sire      0:00:00 ()
Warzone  We're the Crew   Options Don't Forget the Struggle, Don't Forget the Streets  Caroline Records      0:01:50 ()
Body Count  There Goes The Neighborhood   Options There Goes the Neighborhood Single  Warner Bros.      0:03:46 ()
Ajax  Never Learn   Options Bleach for Breakfast CS  Ajax      0:07:44 ()
S.H.I.T.  Nobody Knows Anybody   Options Collective Unconciousness 7"  Iron Lung Records    *   0:09:29 ()
Nandas  Peril   Options Demo  Nandas      0:11:07 ()
Peter and the Test Tube Babies  Banned from the Pubs   Options Test Tube Trash  Doctor Strange Records      0:12:34 ()
 
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  1981-1983: Nervous Wave from Genova  Synthetic Shadows    *   0:15:01 ()
Radio Harvester #2  With Sue Jeiven   Options     Slice Harvester aka Colin Atrophy returns to Distort Jersey City for the second installment of Radio Harvester. The undisputed king of New York City pizza culture, Colin ate and reviewed a slice at every pizza parlor in Manhattan in his fantastic fanzine and website Slice Harvester. RADIO HARVESTER is a monthly interview based audio zine that is about COLIN interviewing OTHER PUNX at PIZZA PARLORS while they EAT PIZZA. You can hear a lot of chewing and GROSS MOUTH NOISES and that's the way we like it. This interview was taped at Casanova in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, the neighborhood where our guest Sue Jeiven gives tattoos at East River Tattoo. With conversation ranging from taxidermy to Louis CK to Jewish, Puerto Rican and Italian mothers to terminal illness, this is an insightful, hilarious, and sincere segment that you do not want to miss. [Hosted by Colin Atrophy, Produced by Colin Atrophy and Reed Dunlea, Edited by Colin Atrophy and Laszlo Toth] http://www.sliceharvester.com/  ***   0:19:29 ()
Misfits  Skulls   Options Misfits  Plan 9      0:43:21 ()
The Showcase Showdown  Heat Lamp   Options Appetite of Kings  Elevator Music      0:45:24 ()
The Krays  More in the Crowd   Options Inside Warfare  Tribal War Records       0:46:16 ()
Adam & the Ants  Bathroom Function   Options Family of Noise  Pure Sound      0:48:15 ()
Vex  Sanctuary   Options Sanctuary: The Complete Discography  Sacred Bones    *   0:50:19 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Scortilla 
  1981-1983: Nervous Wave from Genova  Synthetic Shadows    *   0:54:43 ()



Listener comments!

Avatar Tue. 4/8/14 7:08pm mariano:

Hey @RD, everyone! Remember seeing Body Count back in, yikes, was it '91 or '92?
  Tue. 4/8/14 7:24pm chico:

web stream sounds good out here in Oregon :) ¿order me a slice of hawaiian por favor?
Avatar Tue. 4/8/14 7:25pm Roman David:

Yes,documentation! This segment is great. It is 12:25am and ALL THE PIZZA SHOPS ARE CLOSED.
Avatar Tue. 4/8/14 7:37pm Ken From Hyde Park:

This is fantastic!
  Tue. 4/8/14 7:37pm chico:

Awesome convo!
Avatar Tue. 4/8/14 7:40pm JakeGould:

This is great! Just tuned in. Got home from work. But for the record, it’s not just a Hassidic thing. The tattoos in a Jewish cemetery. My family has a close connection to the Holocaust & I grew up in a working class secular Jewish neighborhood & 100% nobody had tattoos because of the Holocaust connection. The first tattoos I ever saw outside of a Popeye cartoon were on shopkeepers who had faded tattoos on their arms. That kinda stays with you. Like that scene in “Harold & Maude.”
Avatar Tue. 4/8/14 7:43pm dale:

cheers sue - hang in there!
Avatar Tue. 4/8/14 7:44pm steve:

that was excellent. cheers to you and Sue.
Avatar Tue. 4/8/14 7:51pm dale:

my first hardcore show was 999 in 1978. long time ago
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