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An underground journey through the history of psychedelic rock, modern music, shimmering noise, free jazz, punk, funk, children's records played at the wrong speed, tape cut-up, static, the composition of decomposition, and subversive spoken word.

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Options April 27, 2014: The Radio-Active Time Machine.

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Artist Track Album Label Format Comments Approx. start time
  Absolutely Real           0:00:00 ()
  Adult Entertainment           0:02:31 ()
  The Times Machine's Talking RIngs (Bleak Future)            
  Transmission Begins           0:02:49 ()
Deigen  Devadadatta   Options Deep Water Blackout        0:04:11 ()
Bungo YokoYama  Field Recording 8th Ave Subway April 2014   Options         0:05:17 ()
  Time Machine Future.            
Neilson/Youngs  Howling In The Dew   Options Beating Stars        0:07:48 ()
The Advisory Circle  Nuclear Substation   Options         0:13:46 ()
Anxious Color  Hate   Options 1966-1967        0:14:32 ()
White Fence  Long White Curtain   Options Family Perfume Vol. 1        0:17:02 ()
The Boys From Nowhere  Jungle Boy   Options     7"    0:18:19 ()
 
Music behind DJ:
Gas 
Gas 1   Options Nah Und Fern        0:21:11 ()
Clone  Mind Script Vacation Permit   Options Monster Skies    LP    0:28:15 ()
Suzanne Ciani  Shrinking Particles   Options Monster Skies    LP    0:29:12 ()
J. Spaceman & Kid Millions  Han   Options Live At Le Poisson Rouge      (record store day release)  0:33:16 ()
Val Stephen  Abstractum   Options Monster Skies  Monster Skies/Dual Planet  LP    0:53:37 ()
 
Ragged Barracudas  Cheap Allure   Options Living the Dream 7"    7"    1:04:47 ()
Human Instinct  Stoned Guitar   Options Stoned Guitar        1:07:35 ()
Call Back The Giants  Cat Trap   Options The Enormous Space        1:13:54 ()
Terry Brooks & Strange  Jimi   Options Transluscent World    LP    1:18:07 ()
Roy Montgomery  Temple VI   Options Inroads        1:22:32 ()
Kitten Sparkles  The deadly Touch   Options Patcholi And Echoes        1:25:41 ()
Wlisps  Track 5   Options Plurals        1:29:28 ()
 
Owl Xounds  Xploding Galaxy   Options Xploding Galaxy      SOunds Of The Rites to Exorcism LP in the MIX!  1:39:13 ()
The Hellers  And Now The News   Options Singers…Talkers…Players…Swingers… & Doers        1:55:00 ()
 
Cortex  Cortex A   Options Dirty French Psychedelics (V/A)        2:02:11 ()
Otto A. Totland  Bluss   Options Pinô        2:03:44 ()
The Flower Corsano Duo  One More Bar For The Road   Options The Chocolate Cities CD-R        2:06:19 ()
Joachim Kühn & Rolf Kühn  Out of Traffic   Options Bloody Rockers        2:09:53 ()
Gene Clark  No Other   Options No Other  Collectors Choice  CD    2:14:43 ()
Gabor Szabo  Dear Prudence   Options 1969  Doc  CD    2:19:05 ()
Don Knots Overdrive  Acid Caboose   Options   Wrong Dimension  7"    2:22:25 ()
Diminished Men  Sutures In   Options Shadow Instrumentals        2:25:47 ()
F/i  Another Magic WIndow   Options Space Mantra/BDC Split LP        2:26:55 ()
 
Ramases  Journey to the Inside   Options Complete Discography        2:37:33 ()
The Cogs  Captain Fantasy   Options Absolute Ween        2:42:23 ()
Ten Years After  I'd Love to Change the World   Options A Space time        2:44:50 ()
Pip Proud  Latin Version   Options Yeti 9 (V/A)    CD    2:48:30 ()
Big Brother & the Holding Company  Coo Coo   Options Big Brother & The Holding Company Featuring Janis Joplin        2:50:04 ()
 
Dirt Clod Fight  Brutal Flower   Options Everything That Isn't        2:57:16 ()

Listener comments!

  Sun. 4/27/14 3:03am P-90:

Hi @DJ J.H.!
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 3:06am Ike:

I like this program a lot.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 3:07am Simon P:

Mornin JH
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 3:11am Jherweg:

Hey Everyone. Thanks for tuning in!
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:12am Rectitude:

wHEREW Is my ONE MILLION DoLlArS ^^
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:14am Whooda:

@Rectitiude YOUR one million dollars!?! You surely mean MY one million dollars!
  Sun. 4/27/14 3:14am P-90:

Voice of Paul "Boris Badenov" Frees from "The Time Machine"
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:15am fleep:

[looks at Rec and Whooda] Hah. I have a patent attorney on hold right now.
  Sun. 4/27/14 3:16am P-90:

@fleep: I'm IN BED with a patent attorney right now
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:17am Whooda:

*kicking the ground* Damned attorneys.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 3:24am Simon P:

yeah, that Bungo was ace
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:25am Whooda:

Jason Herwig you have a lot to learn about Obsessive Convulsive Disorder. Jason Herwig you have a lot to learn about Obsessive Convulsive Disorder. Jason Herwig you have a lot to learn about Obsessive Convulsive Disorder.
I need to vomit compulsively now.
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:26am Rectitude:

It woulndt be your lawyer who speaks 2 the almighty
  Sun. 4/27/14 3:26am P-90:

---half-way mark?!
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:27am fleep:

Pacific Time Zone say yeah!
  Sun. 4/27/14 3:28am P-90:

...fuggin left coast...
  Sun. 4/27/14 3:29am P-90:

Is this that automated Joe Frank monologue generator?
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 3:31am Ike:

The brilliant buskers are near the top of my list of favorite NYC things. I love the kora players. And Mecca Bodega is often making a killer racket in the evenings at Atlantic Ave. There was a really cool young singer at 77th St. (6 train) on Fri. evening but I can't remember her name. Never seen her there before.
  Sun. 4/27/14 3:32am P-90:

@ Ike: blonde?
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:33am Rectitude:

There's big ambition, deep resentment, and fiscal rectitude.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 3:33am Ike:

No, P-90, brunette, possibly Japanese-American.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 3:40am Guido from Cologne:

Good Morning everyone!
Damn ... missed Suzanne Ciani
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:42am Rectitude:

Good morning guido from cologne
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:42am fleep:

It's morning in Cologne? So much for the time zone advantage. Greetings, Guido.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 3:43am Guido from Cologne:

Hi people.
I just have the rest of my breakfast.
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 3:46am Rectitude:

Just coffee here and a greedy earyyyyyaaaauuuna
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 3:52am Simon P:

J. Spaceman builds and builds-tasty
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:01am Simon P:

when you hear 'there's nothing to worry about' you know sure as hell there is
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 4:02am fleep:

Sushi Geiger Counter. Okay, I'm on it. No, I'm not.
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 4:02am Rectitude:

Dont worry
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 4:02am Rectitude:

be happy
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:03am Simon P:

shiny like
  Sun. 4/27/14 4:06am zbs:

Of course, the Japanese aesthetic trope of grievous natural disaster was extremely well-developed even before nuclear war. Earthquakes. Tropical storms. Not just the normal natural disaster narratives, from anywhere, they always had imperatives. Fear. Real fear. And then, what, you get nuked? Twice?? It's fucken nuts. Godzilla, sure, but also every early Miyazaki movie, yknow, Akira.
  Sun. 4/27/14 4:08am zbs:

And MAYBE Miyazaki's tv-serial "Conan Future Boy" is the greatest animated TV show of all time.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:13am Jherweg:

I wish I had more time to listen. And Watch. I am a huge of serious Japanese cinema not just the cheesey B movie shit. Shindo is my favorite.
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 4:25am Rectitude:

This *bleep* is sounding *bleeping* marvelous
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:26am Simon P:

bleep bleep
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:27am Jherweg:

You don't have to fucking bleep it man .Not on the comments board anyway.
  Sun. 4/27/14 4:27am Max:

and American involvement and control of Japan after the war is the reason they ended up of having Fukushima built on the East of the island. A stupid place to put a nuclear reactor as on the coast susceptible to the most active tectonic plate on the planet. Ghey don't' call it the ring of fire for nothing.

I bet some old resentments have been brought back after that one.
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 4:30am Rectitude:

Hmm do you wanna bleep now or bleep later
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 4:31am Mary Wing:

Weird. I didn't hear that last song, but now I hear the bed music.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:31am Simon P:

@Max
it was about 'weapons grade' material production, that was the deal, if it can be called that
  Sun. 4/27/14 4:32am zbs:

This is a "Souvenir," OMD vibe. Could cruise down those country roads forever.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:32am Guido from Cologne:

Someone British on Psycho records.
  Sun. 4/27/14 4:34am neil:

whom was that gland?
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:35am Guido from Cologne:

I Bought a tTerry Brooks in the hope to get somthing really psychedelic and was pretty disappointed at the time, since the vocal delievery was kinda Metal lead singing. Also wasn't happy with the jamming. But i bought that album full price and i was not too wealthy at the time.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:35am Simon P:

is a 'brown' polar bear still a polar bear?
  Sun. 4/27/14 4:37am neil:

frack! fracking water frackers!!!
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 4:37am Rectitude:

What would a japanese christopher walken type sayyya ???????????????
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:46am Guido from Cologne:

It's pretty annoying in times when your heard some "pro nuclear" people blabbering laments about the exit from nuclear power supply. Stuff like "we are loosing our connection to technical developement. Our future ..." What kind of damn future the're talking about? Future from the good old 50ies? Or the future of 10000 years nuclear waste radiation?
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 4:54am Guido from Cologne:

Here finally some info on TERRY BROOKS:
rockasteria.blogspot.de...

You have his debut album, I have his soformore:
www.discogs.com...

Don't know if it is still somewhere in my shelf.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 5:05am Guido from Cologne:

The Rite Of Exorcism:
4.bp.blogspot.com...
The Devil himself is the scared one!
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 5:24am Rectitude:

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  Sun. 4/27/14 5:24am Max:

When we were doing the pledge week I noticed that someone else from Walthamstow in London pledged and I want to find out who it is. We live in the same place and listen to WFMU. It would be good to meet you if you're out there.
Avatar    Sun. 4/27/14 5:30am Guido from Cologne:

Have F/i's "Paradise Out Here" LP, too annoying i missed their live show at the time. No one knew really where to put them ...
Avatar Sun. 4/27/14 5:55am Rectitude:

ASnd puyt iat on a shelf
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