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Options November 9, 2001: Sodomizing Octopi, w/ Special Live Guests MINK LUNGS

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Paul McCartney  Let Me Roll It   Options Band On The Run         
West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band  Buddha   Options Volume 2         
The Residents  Burn Baby Burn   Options Wormwood: Curious Stories From the Bible        It's The Residents and it's CUTE! 
Lena Zavaroni  Help Me Make it Through the Night   Options v/a Cover Your Ass        Our own Doug Schulkind's latest wonderfully-titled collection of great cover-versions (from the 2001 WFMU Marathon)  
Neil Innes & Son Miles  Cum On Feel The Noize   Options v/a Miniatures        go here for a live chat & performance from Neil on this very program! 
Mr. Quark  Happy Birthday Julius   Options Enjoy Nuoc-Mam with Mr. Quark      7"   
Mink Lungs  Think of Me   Options The Better Button        our guests tonight, from their 1st album!
Click on the song title to hear their 1st performance on this program last year.
Incredible String Band  Chinese White   Options The 5000 Spirits or The Layers of the Onion         
Donovan  Ferris Wheel   Options Sunshine Superman         
Michael Zerang  Torture of Flesh   Options sdtk Redmoon Theatre's Frankenstein         
Bobby Conn  Winners   Options The Golden Age        features Michael Zerang (see above) on drums 
Evolution Control Committee  Rocked by Rape   Options       7"  Dan Rather meets AC/DC - at last 
Donna Summer  Black Thrashing Silos   Options s/t         
"Maximum Manson!!"            This, and the following 2 recordings, are examples of a thrilling new trend in audio-unauthorized-biogs. Totally trashy, exceedingly exploitative, and fun fun fun! Run em all together & revise a little history all on your own! 
"Maximum Cher!!"             
Ernie Tucker  (excerpts)   Options Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Grand Funk Railroad         
Flaming Lips  With You   Options Hear It Is         
John Oswald  Power   Options Plunderphonic 69/96  Seeland  1969-1996  CD  Released on Negativland's Seeland label to avoid exorbitant licensing fees, it can't possibly remain legal for long!  
The Lowdown  My Friend Sue   Options Fuck You, Revolver        My friend Pseu would love this! 
Haymarket Square  Phantasmagoria   Options Magic Lantern         
Mink Lungs  Blue and Creme Car   Options The Better Button         
Friends of Dean Martinez  Wichita Lineman   Options In the Wire      7"  wow... what a great song. I have yet to hear a bad version - I welcome your submissions! 
Jim O'Rourke  Memory Lane   Options Insignificance        Another O'Rourke pop record can mean only one thing: more cartoon bestiality cover shots! (See also Eureka  
Zmrzlina  Schoolgirls   Options Katastrophe Vol 3         
Amps For Christ  She Saw   Options The Oak in the Ashes         
Septimania  Awake, Awake ye drowsy souls   Options Welcome to Septimania         
Laurie Spiegel  Mines / A Harmonic Algorithm   Options Obsolete Systems        Mines is performed on an early modular synth built by Don Buchla. A Harmonic Algorithm was programmed & performed by a 1981 Apple Macintosh computer.
If you're into this shit, you'll dig this shit
John Cale  Andalucia   Options Paris 1919         
David Thrussel  Humans as Introduced Species   Options The Voices of Reason         
Circle  Puntari   Options Fraten         

The Mink Lungs have been providing a lotta love & noise around Brooklyn for several years now. Their pop madness and rrrrrreal enthusiasm for everything they do is totally infectious. They shall soon take over the world, you just watch & see!

For more dope on the band, check out their website , or go check out my own highly subjective bio

Here's who's lucky enough to say "I'm in the Mink Lungs":
Giancarlo Feleppa - guitar, vocals, keyboards, minidisc & Glove Compartment
Tim Feleppa - guitar, vocals, keyboards, bass & Tim
Miss Frosty (Jen Hoopes) - bass, vocals, guitar & Racquet
Tom Galbraith - drums, vocals, Blank Stares
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  Swaggart           Look to your left for the songs that they played tonight 
  The Secret Admirer            
  cc'd to Andy            
  Missing List            
  Synthesizer Baby            
  Hopes Up High            
  Black Balloon            
  Watch Yourself            
  Who Loves You Dear?            
  The Man Downstairs            
  Swaggart 2            
  Flying Saucers Home            
Thanks so much to the Mink Lungs for another lovely night!

Thanks also to Chris Stubbs for making them sound like they're on the radio & making it goooood!

And thanks to Mike Kwolek for helping out.

Music behind DJ:






David Grubbs            ah whoops - I forgot to write down the song title. And the album title. But I can tell you it's new! 

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