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Options July 1, 2008

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
Edwards Hand  America   Options Stranded  Lightning Tree  0:00:00 (Real)
Joe Tex  Don't Give Up   Options First On The Dial  Shout!  0:02:21 (Real)
Greyship Daviz  Get Up Get Down And Let Your Body Pop   Options The American Boogie Down  BBE  0:06:01 (Real)
The Love Experience  Are You Together For The New Day?   Options Golden State Funk  BGP  0:10:37 (Real)
 
Demian  Coming   Options Demian  Fallout  0:20:19 (Real)
AC/DC  High Voltage   Options If You Want Blood You've Got It  Epic  0:26:15 (Real)
Sic Alps  Mater   Options U.K. EZ  Siltbreeze  0:30:27 (Real)
Jay Reatard  An Ugly Death   Options Painted Shut 7"  Matador  0:33:17 (Real)
The Fall  50 Year Old Man/I've Been Duped   Options Imperial Wax Solvent  Sanctuary  0:36:50 (Real)
Hulk Hogan  Real American   Options     0:51:11 (Real)
 
Black Devil Disco Club  Is Sorrow   Options Eight Oh Eight  Lo  0:59:51 (Real)
Mort Garson  Blue Poppy   Options The Wozard Of Iz  El  1:03:54 (Real)
Sparks  Let The Monkey Drive   Options Exotic Creatures Of The Deep  Lil' Beethoven  1:10:36 (Real)
RZA With Kool G Rap  Cakes   Options Cakes 12"  Sony  1:15:02 (Real)
 
Bradford Cox  Alt, Alt, Alt   Options Split 10"  Rob's House  1:27:16 (Real)
The Black Angels  Science Killer   Options Directions To See A Ghost  Light In The Attic  1:32:22 (Real)
Eden Express  Loneliest Person   Options Que Amors Que  Holy Mountain  1:35:34 (Real)
Varghkoghargasmal  Listen To The Wind   Options Drowned In Lakes  Tumult  1:40:19 (Real)
Lithops  Sequenced Twinset   Options Queries  Sonig  1:46:27 (Real)
Motelli Skronkle  Elaimet Ja Saastavaisyys   Options Collection  Seal On Velvet  1:50:50 (Real)
 
Hercules And Love Affair  Blind   Options Hercules And Love Affair  DFA  2:00:28 (Real)
Mr. Catra E DJ Edgar  Futaria Da Boa   Options Pancadao Do Morro  Flamin' Hotz  2:06:51 (Real)
Goa  5AM Eternal   Options 3  Goa  2:11:00 (Real)
David  Transe   Options Bokan!  Sub Rosa  2:14:22 (Real)
Sitaar Tah!  Switch On   Options Tah!!!  High Contrast  2:15:58 (Real)
 
Gran Am  Get High   Options Blow To My Soul  Seidr  2:31:13 (Real)
Piramis  Mondj Egy Meset   Options Well Hung  Finders Keepers  2:35:41 (Real)
Larry Norman  I Am The Six O'Clock News   Options Rebel Pilot, Jukebox Balladeer  Arena Rock  2:40:03 (Real)
Turbo Fruits  Tennessee, Baby   Options Turbo Fruits  Ecstatic Peace  2:45:42 (Real)
Times New Viking  Drop-Out   Options Rip It Off  Matador  2:47:19 (Real)
 
Ruth  Mots   Options Des Jeunes Gens Modernes  Born Bad  2:51:43 (Real)

Listener comments!

  Tue. 7/1/08 9:04am JJZ:

I had been thinking about giving up.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:05am Hatch:

Well then I guess it's a good thing I played that song, isn't it?
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:06am Bad Ronald:

C'mon everybody let's give it up for Hatch!
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:12am Hillary:

Funk is great music for writing javascript1
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:13am Drew:

What about javascript2
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:16am Hillary:

looks my shift key is stuck
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:18am Bad Ronald:

Funk is great music for unsticking a shift key!
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:19am Bad Ronald:

Alice Cooper - "I Love America!"
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:20am Hillary:

Rammstein's Amerika is the only recommendation I can think of.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:22am GUMBY:

4th of July by John Doe ia a great song. Nothing says America 2008 like "Mexican kids are shooting fireworks below."
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:23am Bad Ronald:

"Afraid of the Russians," by Made For TV
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:23am john carruthers:

patriotic suggestions- "Save the Country" by Paul Revere and the Raiders from the later period "Mirage" album; also "Where Do You Stand" by Willie Nelson
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:23am GUMBY:

I met the Mexican kids in America in a good way.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:24am GUMBY:

Too much coffeee. I meant the ......
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:24am bob:

what happened to discos mariposa? any inside information?
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:25am Bad Ronald:

EC - "AMERICAN GANGSTER TIME"
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:26am Hatch:

Discos Mariposa was just World Psychedelia I think... but I haven't seen any new discs from them either. Maybe they got in trouble, I don't think any of their stuff was legit.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:29am GUMBY:

speaking of Willie Nelson Amazon tells me there's a Willie - Wynton Marsalis record coming out. That sounds worth a listen.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:29am Bad Ronald:

"Funky Dollar Bill" by Funkadelic
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:29am John Carruthers:

"If I Can Dream" by Elvis would be the ultimate 4th of July song
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:30am C:

Miss America -- D. Byrne
I Hate the TV -- V. Femmes
Two sides of a coin
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:31am kwhitehead:

Aaah...the classic one note AC/DC bass line. That Cliff Williams was a master of subtlety.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:31am Bad Ronald:

"Crawling to the USA" or "American Without Tears" by EC
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:33am senor:

'this is my country' impressions
'4th of july' beach boys
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:33am GUMBY:

That Johnny Horton record about alligators and chasing British soldiers all the way to the Gulf of Mexico, that's patriotic.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:33am Frank:

What - no Sousa? Seriously, what is more American than some funky marching band music?
http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/27713
(1:02:07 into the show)
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:34am Hatch:

Unpatriotic songs are okay too, as long as they're about America.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:34am Bad Ronald:

Devo - "Freedom of Choice"
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:37am g:

Dollar Done Fell by Buddy Guy
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:37am JJZ:

I always liked "Horse with No Name" by America. Does that count?
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:40am kwhitehead:

Timely as usual Hatch. I'm rading the Mark E. Smith biography. He's crazy but....good crazy. I love the fuzz bass on this.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:40am col. jackson:

horton's battle of new orleans? might as well choose a pro-war song right?
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:40am Matt:

"Stupid Americans"- The Ex
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:40am JJZ:

You should play the Hulk Hogan theme song, the one that is about being a "real American" and "fighting for what's right" stuff.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:44am Listener Dave from NH:

Only time will tell if Hulkamania gonna run wild over WFMU.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:45am GUMBY:

The Fleshtones - American Sound
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:46am JJZ:

G.I. Joe is a Real American Hero. Along the same lines, the theme from The Greatest American Hero is a good one too.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:49am GUMBY:

War & Frisbees are the American exports. Sgt. Barry Sadler "Ballad of the Green Berets." and how about all those fascist bashing Woody Guthrie songs. "Gonna kick Mussolini all the way to Bikini" and all.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:50am GUMBY:

Hatch, I loved the Fall 50 year old man song. Unfortunately I can alsmost relate.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:51am ?:

fall tracks are friggin hot!
Howabout Thanksgiving by William Burroughs?
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:51am JJZ:

Yes!
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:53am Listener Dave from NH:

Am I the only one doing the three-point crab, then cupping my ear to the four compass points to hear the roar of the crowd?
I need to resist the temptation to drop the big elbow on my laptop.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:53am efd:

a REAL american would have played that whole song without talking over it!
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:57am JJZ:

I respect his decision. It doesn't take much of that song to get you feeling pumped up with patriotism.
  Tue. 7/1/08 9:59am Hatch:

Sorry Evan, I was overwhelmed. A few more seconds of that and red, white, and blue confetti may have started exploding out of my orifices.
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:01am efd:

Well at least I don't have to worry about stray pieces of confetti in the studio tonight.
Maybe the Iron Sheik had a theme song you can play to offset the Hulkamania.
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:05am GUMBY:

Steve Earle - Amerika v.2.1. songs that talk about cheating on your taxes always bring a tear to my eye.
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:06am Bad Ronald:

Frank Zappa - "Flakes" - It's radio friendly too!
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:13am GUMBY:

Hatch - Sparks - fireworks - 4th of July. You are one tricky devil. MORE SPARKS!
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:17am Bad Ronald:

"WAGON TRAIN" - The Dickies
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:27am Andy:

What is the talkset music?
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:32am Hatch:

That was "Turkish Delight" by Lindstrom & Prins Thomas.
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:37am Bad Ronald:

Nick Lowe - "American Squirm"
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:40am JJZ:

There needs to be to be a song devoted to the most patriotic of sports broadcast on TV, that hot dog eating contest that airs every 4th of july.
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:43am Carmichael:

The Fugs' "Kill for Peace" or Richard Thompson's "Yankee Go Home".

Two vastly different tastes that taste great together.
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:51am GUMBY:

How about a recording where the skinny guy from Japan who always wins the hot dog eating contest does the play-by-play of a tractor pull in that giant shopping mall in Minnesota. That would be the All-American epic.
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:52am JJZ:

He didn't win last year!
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:55am Bad Ronald:

a bit dated but "Ten Cents a Coup" - Phil Ochs
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:55am GUMBY:

No, Who won? I thought that guy was like the Elvis of hot dog eaters.
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:58am Bad Ronald:

John Prine - "Sam Stone"
  Tue. 7/1/08 10:59am JJZ:

"Joey Chestnut of San Jose, Calif., today won the Nathan&#8217;s Famous Fourth of July International Hot Dog Eating Contest, beating former champion Takeru Kobayashi and setting a new world record by downing 66 Nathan&#8217;s Famous hot dogs and buns in 12 minutes."
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:01am GUMBY:

We got the title back. YES!!!!!!! We rule the world! Well until Friday anyway.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:01am Hatch:

In case anyone wants to hear the rest of that McCain rant:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ok53yzrs9g
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:01am dc pat:

what's the life expectancy of these hot dog guys?
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:02am GUMBY:

Maybe Joey Chestnut should run for President because if he ate like that on the campaign trail he could single handedly stimulate the economy. And he would be a hero.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:04am GUMBY:

Not that he's not a hero now, but he would be a hero like a 6 foot sub is to a regular hoagie.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:07am Carmichael:

And our current President is definitely a regular hoagie.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:07am Bad Ronald:

Buzzcocks - "Running Free"
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:10am Hatch:

Who would win in a hot dog eating contest: McCain, Obama, Nader, or Barr? My money's on Bob Barr.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:10am GUMBY:

He's like the bread that wants to soak up all the oil. I like that word hoagie, it's better than grinder, that sounds like there's Spam involved in that sandwich and I'm not a spam fan.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:12am Carmichael:

This music makes me want to salute someone's flag.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:12am GUMBY:

Nader wouldn't he's in the contest every year, but never wins.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:14am Carmichael:

Bill Clinton would DESTROY in that contest.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:14am joabj:

Oooh speaking of patriotic, I just saw a 1969 French film, "Mr. freedom," about a superhero who'se come from the U.S. to save France from communism. He wears a red, white & blue football uniform, and shoots up welfare housing. The U.S. embassy is a grocery store. The French have a superhero too, but he is made of balloons. Just absolutely viciously anti-American. Quite funny.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:21am Carmichael:

I just re-heard George C. Scott's "Hun Bastards" speech from the movie Patton. An absolute masterpiece of patriotic bullshit! For some reason, I immediately thought of Marv Levy ...
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:24am GUMBY:

That's just the thing about the candidates they never shut up long enough to enter a hot dog eating contest. They would talk right through it.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:28am fishmonkeystew:

How about "Born on the Forth of July"? Man, what a depressing film that was...
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:28am Parq:

Maybe it's coz I saw it on that date, but I always think of "Spaceballs" as a 4th of J movie.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:31am Negator:

What was the name of that movie Hatch just recommended?
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:32am Carmichael:

Look up this thread a little higher.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:32am Hatch:

It's called "All In This Tea."
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:32am Hatch:

The Les Blank film, that is.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:33am GUMBY:

What's the best music to consume massive quantities of hot dogs to?
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:34am dc pat:

serious as a heart attack
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:35am Carmichael:

Oops sorry Neg. I was still chewing on "Mr. Freedom".
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:37am Carmichael:

Parliament/Funkadelic, Hasil Adkins, Nashville Pussy are all great hot-dog music groups.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:37am joabj:

heh, that was Serge Gainsbourg who warbled "I like Freedom" at the end of that clip...
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:38am dc pat:

Yeah I guess Hasil Adkins takes the hot-dog-eating cake...so to speak
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:40am GUMBY:

Up for the Downstroke would definately work. "Down, Down, Down" by Dave Edmunds might be good too. "Rock & Roll part ?" by Gary Glitter would be out because of the throw uppy sounding parts.
  Tue. 7/1/08 11:42am Listener Dave from NH:

Oh, duh. Serge Gainsbourg - "New York -- U.S.A." off of "Percussions."
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