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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Funeral Party  Rebellion   Favoriting Mistral Musique Vol. 1  Mistrial Musique  1984  LP  compilation  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Liquid Pink  Tropical Desires   Favoriting Always Smiling  self-released  1983  Cassette    0:03:08 (Pop-up)
Warsaw Pact  I Want A Photograph   Favoriting Transmission Wave-West (80-91 Western French Wave)  Infrastition  2016  CD  compilation  0:08:30 (Pop-up)
Spleen Ideal  Autoportrait   Favoriting Nos Années Folles  New Horizon  1990  Cassette  compilation  0:11:18 (Pop-up)
Clair Obscur  Psychiatric   Favoriting Fatal: The Grim Follow Up (A Copulation Tape)  Fourth Dimension  1986  Cassette    0:15:42 (Pop-up)
Rythmo Populi  Fascination   Favoriting           0:18:46 (Pop-up)
Pêché Mortel  The Sun Goes Down   Favoriting S/T  self-released  1986  Cassette    0:22:14 (Pop-up)
 
Op De Koffie Band  Kassa 24   Favoriting   Top Hole  1981  7"    0:31:55 (Pop-up)
Departure  Stop   Favoriting           0:35:20 (Pop-up)
The Voices  T.V. Eyes   Favoriting           0:37:55 (Pop-up)
Into The Storm  Unknown Soldier   Favoriting U.S.E.P.  Arclight  1989  12"    0:41:55 (Pop-up)
U2  Twilight (Demo)   Favoriting Boy (Bonus Disc)  Island  2008  CD  orig. 1980  0:44:34 (Pop-up)
The Fireworks Factory  Life On The Inside   Favoriting           0:48:46 (Pop-up)
Rumbling Organs  School Riot   Favoriting Tyger Annual 1981  Tyger Label  1981  LP  compilation  0:52:29 (Pop-up)
Social Security  Hate   Favoriting   Top Hole  1980  7"    0:56:15 (Pop-up)
Op De Koffie Band  Tarzan   Favoriting   Top Hole  1981  7"    0:58:51 (Pop-up)
 
The Blackout  The Cry   Favoriting   Green Flag  1984  7"    1:09:02 (Pop-up)
The Brigade  Product Of Evolution   Favoriting split w/ Dream Maker  Streetwise  1984  7"    1:13:41 (Pop-up)
The Megastars  Someone Else's Child   Favoriting You, The Mouth And The Music  Very Mouth  1983  Cassette  comp  1:15:50 (Pop-up)
Earth's Epitaph  Rise And Fall   Favoriting Child's Play  Bedroom Recordings  1985  Cassette    1:19:58 (Pop-up)
Moscovite Five  Untitled   Favoriting Winter Weekends  In Phaze  1982  Cassette    1:24:46 (Pop-up)
Exotic Pets Erotica  Jet Black   Favoriting The Alternative  Nightbreed Recordings  1989  Cassette  comp  1:27:17 (Pop-up)
Violent Marriage  Nightmare (Fear Of Sleep)   Favoriting Compilation 1  Starforce Studios  1982  LP    1:32:02 (Pop-up)
Every New Dead Ghost  Shallow Thoughts   Favoriting The Unknown 4  Rain Tapes  1987  Cassette  comp  1:32:33 (Pop-up)
 
Chant! Chant! Chant!  What Do You Know   Favoriting           1:39:38 (Pop-up)
Backwards Into Paradise  Never The Same   Favoriting   Snap  1986  7"    1:43:14 (Pop-up)
Baby Sex Priest  Mother Earth   Favoriting Comet EP One  Comet  1986  12"  comp  1:46:24 (Pop-up)
The Threat  High Cost Of Living   Favoriting Lullaby in C EP  One Web  1980  7"    1:50:13 (Pop-up)
Unknown Creed  Everything's Gone Now   Favoriting           1:54:48 (Pop-up)
Very Mental  Slaughtered And Maimed   Favoriting   I Live In Hell  1983  7"    1:59:42 (Pop-up)
The Passive Factor  The People's Song   Favoriting 051 Volume 1 - Original Waterford Music 1980-2006  self-released  2006  CD-R  comp  2:03:53 (Pop-up)
 
Placebo  Velvet Claws   Favoriting England's Trance  Aura  1982  LP    2:13:50 (Pop-up)
Just So Stories  Take These Screens Away   Favoriting           2:18:14 (Pop-up)
Cold  Dream For A Day   Favoriting           2:22:40 (Pop-up)
Deja Vu  Black Knight   Favoriting Deja Vu 78  Time To Be Proud  2013  CD    2:26:48 (Pop-up)
Right Profile  Fate   Favoriting Git Dayn! A Collection Of Portsmouth...  Hampster  1981  Cassette  comp  2:29:25 (Pop-up)
The Ghost Orchid  Child Of Nature   Favoriting   SRT  1988  7"    2:34:26 (Pop-up)
Devil Nation  Vice And Virtue   Favoriting Last Plain EP  Wounded Knee  1986  7"  comp  2:35:01 (Pop-up)
Entropy Guild  Perfect Moment   Favoriting The Moon, The Stars And The Sky....  Rodent Tapes  1988  Cassette    2:38:41 (Pop-up)
Discipline  Souvenir Of Departure   Favoriting Lyon Compilation  Prinzip Products  1983  LP    2:42:45 (Pop-up)
 
Teenage Head  Picture My Face + Tearin' Me Apart   Favoriting   Epic  1978  7"  RIP Gord Lewis  2:53:26 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:03pm
ultradamno:

Cream of the Coyl! Blastards!
  3:04pm
Marie:

Creamo!!!!!!!!!
  3:04pm
ami ad:

Hello DJ. Hello all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:04pm
Ken From Hyde Park:

Blast me up, Scotty!
  3:04pm
The Butterman:

Creamo, ultradamno. Hi. Neeeeeeeeeeeed blasting stat!
Avatar 3:04pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...not sayin' this slaps - but it sure Bruise Me on a WFMtUesday...
  3:04pm
ami ad:

Sorry for being extra dumb last week on the board.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:04pm
ultradamno:

Hey The Butterman!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:04pm
Crosby in KC:

Hello, Creamo and all
  3:05pm
Marie:

liquid pink--makes me think of pepto bismol (amazing brand name) and dishwashing liquid...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:05pm
TomDash:

ahhhh...the soothing jitters of 80s electro-post-punk. in my happy place...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:07pm
ultradamno:

Also the Pink Sauce thing on TikTok (which looks suspiciously like Pepto Bismol) www.thespruceeats.com...
  3:08pm
Marie:

@Ultra--yeah, I was thinking there was some kinda internet thingy with Pink Sauce. ick
  3:10pm
Marie:

Speaking of French stuff (then I have to get back to work) I saw an amazing and kind of psychotic French movie this weekend--"Going Places" (1974)
  3:11pm
The Butterman:

Ami ad, been there. All depends on how much “special medicine “ I have before all of my stupid comments flow out and I say every stupid jokey wise ass thing that pops int my peanut brain.
Avatar 3:13pm
Heidee:

Hiya ami ad, been a while. Hi Creamo, Butterman, RevRab and all. It is a lovely evening here in Heidelberg, sun setting, hot earth cooling down a bit.
Avatar 3:14pm
HyperDose:

No no, you were spot on, ami. People don't change. It's the technology.
  3:14pm
Marie:

@Ami ad--I think we've all been there--I sure have
  3:15pm
JetBoy of Brooklyn:

Afternoon/night all! Hope your are well.
  3:15pm
Marie:

I love Creamo's French shows
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:16pm
TomDash:

Vive La Jitters!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:16pm
ultradamno:

I had to go back and look, I saw nothing concerning, ami
Avatar 3:17pm
Creamo Coyl:

Hey y'allll

thx fer liiisneineineien o
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:18pm
ultradamno:

This all brings up all that cold war paranoia, or as Roger Waters calls them "the good old days"
  3:20pm
ami ad:

Thanks @The Butterman @Marie. Been there many times in the past too...hehe, yeah, started medicating early last week. Thank you kindly. Hello hello @Heidee.
  3:22pm
ami ad:

Thank you too, @HyperDose, @ultradamno. Hip hip.
  3:28pm
Marie:

@ami--well, to be fully honest, I worry sometimes that what I say sounds dumb or weird and I am almost never "medicated" @)
  3:30pm
lazy p:

<333
  3:31pm
The Butterman:

Hey, don’t rope Mark Knopfler into this. It’s not his fault.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:31pm
ultradamno:

I feel like a codger "what is it? mofi?"
  3:31pm
JetBoy of Brooklyn:

Not Money for Nuthin
Avatar 3:32pm
Creamo Coyl:

MSFL

Motherfuckin Suckers Fuckin Losers
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:33pm
Bloom:

We can disrespek the Steve Hoffman Forums im ok with that
  3:33pm
admiral crisp:

Ok but when you DO talk about it let me know where
Avatar 3:33pm
Creamo Coyl:

Ha I fucked that up

MFSL Same deal.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:34pm
ultradamno:

Mother Fucking Silly Losers then
Avatar 3:34pm
Creamo Coyl:

I don't peruse the Hoffman forums but I couldn't help take a dive w/ this shit. Thread is probably close to 800 pages at this point. Absolutely hilarious shit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:34pm
Stevel:

Fuck 'em all, let God sort 'em out.
  3:37pm
Marie:

Wait, I thought it was FMSL..... @)))
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:38pm
mndave:

Great show CC. Thought that was DEVO for a few...
  3:38pm
Saltonstall:

Liquid Moamo vibes
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:44pm
TomDash:

@Creamo - I found the Hoffman site, along with a couple other Hi-Fi sites when I was doing research on a new audio set up at home a few years back. I NEVER followed any music threads...just the gear!
  3:45pm
Marie:

Ok, I gotta say it--I LOVE this song.
  3:45pm
FletcherNYC:

Love this U2
Avatar 3:46pm
Creamo Coyl:

For the record, people should be pissed at MoFi. That's totally fucked up, and I wouldn't be surprised if there was a class action lawsuit at some point.
But people's priorities are way fuckin outta line when it comes to the record buying public these days. I'm embarrassed for entire swathes of consumers out there. Oh well, enjoy your $125 platter. But I bet that scratched OG you flipped passed in the store sounds just as good, and probably better.
And is an authentically analogue reproduction!
  3:47pm
Marie:

I think there are some great live versions of this song on the Tube too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:47pm
nathan:

wait what?? who's singing this?
Avatar 3:48pm
Creamo Coyl:

Some dude named Bono.
Sonny I think is his first name?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:48pm
ultradamno:

There should be more songs about mormon vampires
  3:49pm
Marie:

lol
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:49pm
nathan:

i don't believe you, Sonny or not!
  3:49pm
Marie:

I was laffing at Creamo's comment about Bono
Avatar 3:50pm
Creamo Coyl:

OK it was actually Ian McCollough but he had a cold that day and his hair was limp.
Avatar 3:50pm
Creamo Coyl:

No, in a blind taste test, who would you have thought this band was? huh? HUH??
Avatar 3:50pm
Creamo Coyl:

NoW I mean
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:51pm
karlward:

FSOL
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:51pm
ultradamno:

That one from the end of The Breakfast Club
Avatar 3:51pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

As has been observed - most of us use our Stereos to appreciate the Musics. Audiophiles use Musics to appreciate their Stereos.
I'd like to win the giant soylent green lottery & be both ...til then it's the mostest I can get for closest to nuthin'.
Avatar 3:51pm
Creamo Coyl:

Sorry my comment with through a DSD so it's not authentic......or is it MORE authentic??? HUHUHUHUHUH
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:51pm
ultradamno:

Simply Mining, I think
Avatar 3:52pm
Creamo Coyl:

Yeah I def wish I had a $40,000 stereo or whatever. For sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:53pm
ultradamno:

When you get to that level aren't you spending all your time adjusting it and just kind of just keeping it working?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:53pm
nathan:

not being super familiar with "Boy" i probably would have guessed "an obscure postpunk band i've never heard of". might have a better answer if i could hear it on an obscenely expensive sound system.
Avatar 3:54pm
Creamo Coyl:

I also wish I had a $350 RD-9, but I can't even afford that.
Life fuckin sucks.
Avatar 3:54pm
Creamo Coyl:

I know, I played a trick on you. Hehehehehe
Avatar 3:55pm
Creamo Coyl:

YOU CAN'T TRUST YOUR EARS

YOU CAN'T TRUST ANYTHING

DSD!!!!!!!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:55pm
ultradamno:

...or was it Modern Engrish
  3:56pm
Andres:

Sounding great, Creamo! Was curious so had to check out that forum and subject. My head was hurting almost immediately. Never a problem on these here comments boards. :)
Avatar 3:56pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...listening to Mastering Engineers from the vinyl LP days - they explained how they knew damn well what the limitations were - & they worked within them ARTFULLY. Everyone got seduced by the increased dynamic range of Digital. Is a high def movie automatically better than a grainy B&W film by a Master who knew what his Medium was ? Not f*cking likely.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:57pm
nathan:

damn your playlist of LIES

what was the thing with hoffman forum? i missed the context
Avatar 3:58pm
Creamo Coyl:

Well, I recommend reading the Washington Post article from a few days ago to put it in perspective.
If yr paywalled, Read Mode that shit on yr phone. Not a super-long article (not so much the comments).

Scandal in the HiFI world!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:58pm
ultradamno:

Parents in cages? Don't hate the player in that situation...
Avatar 3:58pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Early U2 were produced by Steve Lilywhite who was associated with bunches of NeoPsychedelic Artists we called them @ that moment...
Avatar 4:00pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

www.washingtonpost.com...
Avatar 4:00pm
Creamo Coyl:

That's my point.
People are so suspicious that they're not getting the OPTIMAL EXPERIENCE.
Ironically, if they're listening to a modern reissue.....they're probably not.
Aggh. My concern is more with the psychology than with the process (although I'm interested in that as well).

Point is: I trust my ears.
Can these people say the same?
Avatar 4:01pm
Analog Nights:

Wish record stores would keep new and used separate.
Avatar 4:01pm
Creamo Coyl:

If you can't hear how awesome that guitar solo was right there, than no "process" is gonna help you realize how sick it was.
You just have lame taste!
Avatar 4:01pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Of course they sell your own Culture back to you once more if they can.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:03pm
karlward:

Creamo: see problem #81 on "A Speculative List Of Jay-Z’s 99 Problems" thoughtcatalog.com...

"Recently discovered higher thread count on bedding indicated softer sheets; for some reason always assumed lower thread count was softer and as such has been sleeping on less-than-ideal sheets for pretty much entire life."
  4:03pm
rw:

Whatever that last tune was, I request more! And it wouldn't kill you to play Dire Straights every once-in-a-while.
  4:04pm
The Butterman:

Creamo is in rare form today. Love it!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:05pm
ultradamno:

Or TV Eye by some midwesterners
  4:05pm
rw:

And hello!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:06pm
TomDash:

saw them on the Unforgettable Fire tour...
  4:08pm
Andres:

Local Unforgettable Fire tour stop was on a school night. Mother said no.
Avatar 4:10pm
Juli:

Helloski
  4:10pm
rw:

Straits
  4:11pm
ami ad:

Obey youy Digital Master
  4:14pm
Marie:

Great show, Creamo!
Avatar 4:14pm
Creamo Coyl:

*cue The Wall sample about pudding*
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:14pm
ultradamno:

Prince said all those numbers going in your head couldn't be good. Take that, math!
Avatar 4:19pm
Juli:

Investing In DJ turntables and Noise Machines soon
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:19pm
TomDash:

@Andres - lucked out and got a ride from my parents...missed SO many shows before that though with older siblings catching the cool bands
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:21pm
karlward:

That drum machine work is killer
Avatar 4:22pm
Please delete my Swag for Life account:

Hi
  4:23pm
msk:

great cut..killer bass
Avatar 4:23pm
Please delete my Swag for Life account:

Hi
Avatar 4:24pm
HyperDose:

@please delete - Joe McGasko is the man to help with your issue. He can be reached at: jmcgasko@wfmu.org
Avatar 4:26pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...all my MFSL acquisitions - generally not New (or new prices) - are CDs anyway...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:27pm
Crosby in KC:

I bought a few of those MoFi LP's back in my teens (The White Album, Quadrophenia, Dark Side of the Moon). I liked the nice, heavy vinyl but I soon realized that was the only discernible difference.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:30pm
TomDash:

having a blast with this show today...
Avatar 4:30pm
Creamo Coyl:

An SACD is probably a better purchase of a classic album if you're gonna plunk down for a reissue.
Avatar 4:30pm
John L:

I just posted the MoFi article on my FB page. I know many record store owners (I used to be one, too), audiophiles, producers and musicians, so I'm curious to see if there is any reaction. A producer friend of mine mentioned how the whole 180 gram lp was also a sham.
Avatar 4:31pm
Creamo Coyl:

ahem "classic" cuz a lot of those records fuckin suuuuuuck (looking at you Mr. Dan).
Avatar 4:31pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...nothing in the article suggests they aren't super conscientious about Mastering for excellence ...only that it's a rather specific lie there was never Digital in the chain on any of them to do it !
Avatar 4:31pm
Creamo Coyl:

Yeah 180 gram is just a selling point.
Don't mean dick as far as sound is concerned.
Avatar 4:32pm
Annette:

Hi
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:32pm
ultradamno:

But it does make it a better weapon. That's not nothin'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:33pm
Crosby in KC:

ultradamno: EXACTLY!
Avatar 4:33pm
Creamo Coyl:

True. Might have a slightly better chance of stopping a bullet.
Avatar 4:34pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

They always make a big deal about the quality of the Vinyl being pressed. They say colored vinyl is good cause it probably doesn't get recycled !...
Avatar 4:35pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Got a Stones SACD of Thru the Past Darkly - did in fact notice the clarity & presence for these rather vintage recordings.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:36pm
Crosby in KC:

I have a friend whose father bought 3 copies of every colored vinyl Beatles albums when they came out. One for himself to play, one for his son and one to never take out of the wrapper.
  4:38pm
Ajay / Krommenie (NL):

What a fantastic show! God I have to track down so much great new stuff!!! Got home yesterday (from New Orleans) and fighting the jet lag with Spin Age Blasters! Keep blasting the superb jams Sir Creamo of Coyl!
  4:38pm
Marie:

Cage match!
  4:39pm
admiral crisp:

Creamo is on one today and I’m loving it
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:39pm
ultradamno:

Here in Indiana we say it right too
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:40pm
Picante Mint:

From the Indiana/Ohio border, can confirm
  4:40pm
J. Fred:

Great show today
  4:41pm
rw:

Haha! Pudding. Nice to catch SAB today!
Avatar 4:42pm
Creamo Coyl:

Nice to be caught!
(said the friendly fish)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:42pm
paddy in matawan:

awesome show
Avatar 4:43pm
Creamo Coyl:

Yo Ajay!
Yr journey looked like more fun than I've hadin the last 5 years.
Glad you and the fam made it back.
  4:45pm
Marie:

love this
  4:45pm
mbollaboosta:

cream best in the galaxy!
Ninth best in jersey!
  4:45pm
Zardo:

😎
Avatar 4:47pm
John L:

Next up: Thoughts on Record Store Day!!! But seriously, great show. I got called into work and this show is helping the shift fly by. It's a very mellow book store, so I can't play the music as loud as I'd like. I'm always amazed at how much older music I missed and I want everything I've heard here. Maybe compile it all and have it pressed on 300 gm vinyl.
Avatar 4:48pm
Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...haven't heard another peep about T-Bone Burnett's supposed new Analog medium he developed ...which doesn't surprise me.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:50pm
ultradamno:

This is getting a little "spinning around on a seaside cliff" for me.
Avatar 4:50pm
Creamo Coyl:

Yeah that thing is really weird.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:51pm
ultradamno:

I mean I could just see him waving his hands in the air.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:52pm
ultradamno:

The Threat...now we're talking flanger>chorus
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:53pm
dave wuz here:

somebody uses this threat track as bed music
Avatar 4:54pm
Creamo Coyl:

I meant the T-Bone thing!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:54pm
mndave:

Kind of love how this popped up on my feed during the show:

twitter.com...
  4:56pm
mbollaboosta:

nice sélections creamo
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:03pm
ultradamno:

I wonder if Maybe Mental and Very Mental ever met
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:03pm
TomDash:

@ultra...that would be Mental As Anything!
  5:08pm
Andres:

Fundamental.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:09pm
ultradamno:

Then there was The Mentally Ill
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:12pm
ultradamno:

That made me think of the Residents Baby Sex demo album
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:14pm
ultradamno:

...and also Baby Buddha
Avatar 5:17pm
Juli:

Tuesday is favorite fmu day but I love all days equally
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:18pm
Crosby in KC:

Great show today, Creamo! Thanks!
Avatar 5:18pm
Juli:

Creme de la coil just so good doe
  5:18pm
morphe':

Transitions ..
from Michele to CC is ok..
from 70*f A'dam to 93*f Madrid is
not ok
Thanks for spinning ..
going for some cold foods!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:20pm
ultradamno:

Tuesday is a big power day traditionally. Wednesday too with Mike Rogers on Sheena's and then Weekly Blues, Honky Tonk and Dot Dash here on the mothership. Thursday is big one on Sheena's with Kitten Sparkles followed by Echo Beach
Avatar 5:21pm
Juli:

Much to hear indeed
Alt streams mos def too
  5:22pm
ami ad:

Digital radio sounds better than Analog radio?
  5:24pm
JetBoy of Brooklyn:

@ami - I suspect that depends on the compression ratio
  5:25pm
JetBoy of Brooklyn:

Amsterdam sounds great right now. Field trip!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:25pm
ultradamno:

Depends on how heavy your radio speakers are
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:26pm
ifeelfatnsassy:

What's the story with Just So Stories? Can't find anything about them or this track...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:28pm
ultradamno:

Kind of hard to google without wading through Rudyard Kipling
Avatar 5:28pm
HyperDose:

Careful dipping your toe into the alt streams, Juli. They're not for the faint of spirit or imagination! 🦄🌈🍰
Avatar 5:29pm
Creamo Coyl:

Playlist displays all I know about any given track. Best I can tell ya.
  5:32pm
squidbeak:

📴🍽 turn table on iPhone emojis
Cracking show Creamo and everyone, have a great night 🌞
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:33pm
ifeelfatnsassy:

Well it's a dope track and I hope to learn more. Lemme check the dark web... will report back.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:36pm
ifeelfatnsassy:

Just So Stories were a Guildford band that gigged locally and up into London. "Take These Screens Away" was included on the bands demo cassette titled "Catch 44" released around 1981.
  5:36pm
morphe':

Fyi - Kipling and Spencer are renowned writers, but
their racist - classist - ?? texts
are unforgivable ...

Morphe'
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:36pm
ifeelfatnsassy:

(c'81-82) Kaz Jones (vocals), Alan "Archie" Bishop (bass) Ian Patterson (drums), and Nigel Spaughton (guitar). Guildford band that gigged locally and up into London to the Starlight Club, at The Railway Tavern, West Hampstead. Jones replaced Simon Binns on vocals sometime in '81. The band practiced in their own rehearsal room in a house, owned by Mark Charles' parents, in Llanaway Road, Godalming; with UBz
Avatar 5:37pm
Creamo Coyl:

I'm suspect with how quick you came back with that. Will have to consult the post-punk PI to confirm. Nothing personal.
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ifeelfatnsassy:

www.facebook.com...

Has links to soundcloud clips from the demo tape.
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HyperDose:

Pretty righteous research
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Creamo Coyl:

OK I believe you!
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ultradamno:

I thought I had really found them when I saw the Boris Karloff Reading album
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ifeelfatnsassy:

Well, it seems this David Shephard guy did most of the work. Kaz Jones even chimes in in the comments on the fb link. I'm just ok at googling.
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ultradamno:

OK, use Facebook, but they will tell Nebraska about your abortion
  5:43pm
Andres:

Nice detective work! I searched for Dream For A Day by Cold and got absolutely zero.
  5:46pm
morphe':

must get some cucumber and red onion..
back soon.. if no
Thanks CC and all !!
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TomDash:

thanks for nothing, Andres! (kidding) - I really dug that song by Cold and was gonna do some web noodling too!
  5:48pm
Andres:

I’ll try harder next time ;)
  5:49pm
c_bunny_:

fully great show Creamo.
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dale:

wife said you're doing some teenage head tribute. my vote is for disgusteen.
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ultradamno:

RIP Gord
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TomDash:

Teenage Head! Tried to bring them down to Brooklyn for a big show and someone had a criminal record, drug charge, couldn't cross the border - I think it may have been Gord - RIP...
  5:53pm
<3:

:(
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dale:

such a great album. todd o phonic said they played his bar and tore the place up.
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TomDash:

I'm gonna go out on a limb and say first their LP is the best Canadian first wave punk LP - flawless...
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dale:

tomdash - my wife is friends with nomeansno and she said it cost them a fortune to come down to the states.
  5:54pm
morphe':

Gord Lewis, guitarist and founder of Canadian punk band Teenage Head, was found dead over the weekend in his Hamilton, Ontario apartment. According to The Spectator, Lewis’ death is being treated as a homicide.


https://variety.com/2022/music/global/gord-lewis-teenage-head-canada-band-found-dead-1235336207/
  5:54pm
Andres:

Brutal loss. They were a generation ahead at my high school. Heroes. RIP Gord.
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Juli:

Lol Hyperdose what are you suggesting hahahahahaha
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Juli:

Faint of spirit and imagination aren’t even on my radar Brother hehe
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TomDash:

@dale - I was the "producer" at my "Dot Dash" recording studio for Deadly Snakes more than once. I think with Teenage head they just couldn't cross border - very strict with drug charges for some reason...
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Ken From Hyde Park:

Thanks for the good stuff today, Creamo!
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Juli:

Love the show
RIP to the greatest ppl
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HyperDose:

Not suggesting anything. What is your subconscious projecting that I'm suggesting? o.O
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Juli:

Ty as always Creamo
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ultradamno:

Funny, we were just talking about them a week ago on the Morricone Island talkback in relation to Class Of 1984. Way it sounds, he was probably already gone but no one knew yet...
  5:57pm
Marie:

To all the kids at home-killing your parents is not the answer
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Juli:

You just said they aren’t for the faint of spirit or imagination?’
Lol

So that is what you are suggesting
Anyway no time for this silliness
  5:57pm
Marie:

Thanks, Creamo!
  5:57pm
ami ad:

Thank you, DJ. Crew.
  5:58pm
morphe':

ps .. for later ..
No Skin Off My ASS
is great CAGay Punk film
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102544/
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HyperDose:

Again, not suggesting anything. Calm down young warrior. :)
Many thanks, Creamo Coyl!
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ultradamno:

Unless the question is "how do you best get rid of your parents?"
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Picante Mint:

Good time today. Great set.
Avatar 5:59pm
Juli:

I am calm silly :)

Bye Bye Everyone
That is sad
  5:59pm
squidbeak:

🥰
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TomDash:

'twas a good show, CC
  5:59pm
Andres:

Thank ye, Creamo.
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