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Options July 6, 2009: A Case of the Mondays

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Artist Track Album Label New Approx. start time
Pterodactyl  No Sugar   Options Worldwild  Brah  *   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Flight  Johnny's Mixed Up   Options Flowers 7"  Sweet Rot  *   0:03:35 (Pop‑up)
Edgar Broughton Band  For What You Are About to Receive   Options Demons at the Beeb  Hux    0:06:46 (Pop‑up)
Woven Bones  Howlin Woof   Options Your Sorcery 7"  Sweet Rot  *   0:11:13 (Pop‑up)
Pink Reason  Watching You Fall   Options Split 7" w/ Electric Bunnies  Die Stasi  *   0:14:30 (Pop‑up)
Sweet  Ballroom Blitz   Options       0:17:14 (Pop‑up)
Chrome Cranks  Draghouse   Options The Murder of Time (1993-1996)  Bang!    0:21:14 (Pop‑up)
Father Murphy  So Now You Have To Choose Between My Two [Black] Lungs   Options And He Told Us To Turn To The Sun  Aagoo  *   0:23:47 (Pop‑up)
Thee Oh Sees  Destroyed Fortress Reappears   Options Zork's Tape Bruise Demos  Castle Face  *   0:26:01 (Pop‑up)
Tarantula  Total Por Una Noche   Options Humildad Trascendental  Producciones Doradas  *   0:34:14 (Pop‑up)
Rebell  100 AR   Options Total Pop! Swedish DIY Punk & Mod (V/A)      0:37:25 (Pop‑up)
Green Green  Swimsuit Drugs   Options Swimsuit Drugs 7"  Out of Order/Orange Regret  *   0:40:18 (Pop‑up)
RIJ012  I Love You More As Dead   Options I Love You More As Dead 7"  Rijapov  *   0:42:39 (Pop‑up)
Electric Bunnies  Colorful Teardrops   Options Split 7" w/ Pink Reason  Die Stasi  *   0:45:36 (Pop‑up)
Golden Hours  Baked Brown   Options Spooky EP  Eggy  *   0:48:49 (Pop‑up)
Hospitality  Julie   Options Hospitality EP    *   0:51:43 (Pop‑up)
J.D. Emmanuel  7 Note Trance   Options Solid Dawn - Electronic Works, 1979-1982  Kvist    0:55:25 (Pop‑up)
Wimple Winch  Trains & Boats & Planes   Options Tales From The Sinking Ship  RPM    1:01:05 (Pop‑up)
Ola & The Janglers  We've Got A Groovy Thing Going   Options We All Love The Human Race (V/A)  Psychic Circle    1:03:26 (Pop‑up)
Varetta DIllard  That's Why I Cry   Options Modesty Blaise No. 1 (V/A)  Past & Present    1:05:37 (Pop‑up)
A Hawk and A Hacksaw  Foni Tu Argile   Options Delivrance  Leaf  *   1:08:05 (Pop‑up)
Urichipangoon  Track 5   Options Giant Club  Akichi  *   1:11:58 (Pop‑up)
Deerhunter  Rainwater Cassette Exchange   Options Rainwater Cassette Exchange  4AD/Kranky  *   1:16:13 (Pop‑up)
Lullatone  A Plastic Bag in the Wind   Options Songs That Spin in Circles  Audio Dregs  *   1:18:35 (Pop‑up)
Lee Hazlewood  Kung Fu You   Options Movin' On  Ace    1:21:30 (Pop‑up)
Music Go Music  Warm in the Shadows   Options Warm in the Shadows  Secretly Canadian  *   1:36:30 (Pop‑up)
Andrew W.K.  Shuchishin   Options Premium Collection: The Japan Covers  Universal  *   1:46:10 (Pop‑up)
Palais Schaumberg  Sieg Auf Knein   Options Lupa  Tapete    1:52:51 (Pop‑up)
Tussle  Animal Cop   Options You Can't Hide Your Love Forever 7"  Geographic North  *   1:55:38 (Pop‑up)
Roman Soldiers  Yuppie Fires   Options Warmer 7"  Captured Tracks  *   1:59:46 (Pop‑up)
U.S. Girls  You Know It Makes Me Blue   Options Gravel Days  Chocolate Monk  *   2:03:00 (Pop‑up)
Zounds  War (JD Twitch Re-Edit)   Options 10 Inches of Fear  RVNG  *   2:05:16 (Pop‑up)
Cold Cave  Heavenly Metals   Options Cremations  Hospital Productions  *   2:08:46 (Pop‑up)
Crash Normal  Bikinies Invaiders   Options Finger Shower  Rijapov  *   2:12:41 (Pop‑up)
Decoder  Elements   Options Flipside - Lou Ziegler's 2009 WFMU Marathon Premium  WFMU  *   2:16:39 (Pop‑up)
Rigas Den Andre  Distordelle   Options Skwee Tooth (V/A)  Ramp / Flogsta Danshall  *   2:24:11 (Pop‑up)
Phoun & Pich - Tiny Toones Cambodia  Sni Braht Kleut (Love Come And Gone)   Options Tiny Toones (V/A)  Tiny Toones  *   2:27:51 (Pop‑up)
Unknown  Khown Tai Doey Loak Puin (You Should Die By Bullets)   Options Thai Funk ZudRangMA (V/A)  ZudRangMa  *   2:30:44 (Pop‑up)
The Wellis Band  Bindiga   Options The Accra-Lagos Connection - Franc O's 2009 WFMU Marathon Premium (V/A)  WFMU    2:33:42 (Pop‑up)
Sugar Pie DeSanto & Etta James  In the Basement Part 1   Options Go Go Power - The Complete Chess Singles 1961-1966  Ace / Kent Soul    2:37:05 (Pop‑up)
Standard Tribesmen  Record Player   Options Cityy Managgers (V/A)  KDVS  *   2:44:53 (Pop‑up)
Bare Wires  Let Down   Options Let Down 7"  Milk n' Herpes  *   2:47:33 (Pop‑up)
Watery Love  All Night Long   Options Debut 45 7"  Richie  *   2:50:06 (Pop‑up)
Bondage-T  Images d'Espinal   Options Les Bouchers De Verdun 7"  Memoire Neuve    2:55:12 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:03pm cosmic:

hey liz! x 1st comment? whooo hoo?
  12:06pm Cecile:

Liz, could ya play some Sweet?
  12:13pm alright y'all:

see you later..
  12:19pm Cecile:

  12:22pm doug from dc:

Let's go!
  12:28pm risky!:

  12:29pm stingy d:

dug that chrome cranks, nice stuff you got here as usual.
  12:29pm Joe Steele:

How new is this new Oh Sees?
  12:33pm nyc:

Davis, CA, clocking in.
  12:35pm Cecile:

Foghat were kind of lame except for Fool for the City. That is a great blues-pop-AOR record
  12:35pm Dave B in NYC:

Greets from NYC
  12:37pm Liz B.:

Hey everyone! What was your 4th of July highlight?
  12:37pm cosmic:

is this guy like 'spider' mighty boosh's santana-esque character?
  12:39pm Cecile:

Going to a SF convention, and meeting a really terrific online friend for the first time.

LOL, cosmic! Do you mean Santeria?
  12:39pm stingy d:

my highlight was.... well i just worked and didn't really do anything of interest. then yesterday i got my face bitten open.
  12:41pm Dave B in NYC:

Highlight - Manhattan to and from Lake George on the 2nd and 5th respectively in under 4 hours.
  12:42pm Cecile:

Aw, man, stinge. Ow.
  12:43pm doug from dc:

The fourth? Jammed with friends and went to the fireworks on the mall. Massive display this year, I was wondering what they'd do for a grand finale.
  12:45pm Swami:

My 2 year old fell into a Koi pond! He's okay, no damage, not even a little bit scared. I am still nauseous.
  12:46pm Cecile:

I love you Morris Day?
  12:48pm stingy d:

yea man, gladys the dog had me trying to figure out if i needed stitches. on my bootifill face. i decided not. got two little circles punctures. and a little cut from about the top of my lip to the middle of my nose. on my cheek. it's cool. i can say i got oxed in prison. whats worse is these bruised heels i got from hopping a fence. limping around and an apparant slasher attack.
  12:50pm Cecile:

Bad Gladys! Pack Leader is not for biting, squeaky toy is!

Man, SD, you are banged up.
  12:51pm Liz B.:

Dog bite and fishing a kid out of a koi pond do not sound very celebratory. Bummer doods...
  12:53pm stingy d:

ah liz, you just don't know how to celebrate. you do your dj thing. but when it's time to celebrate leave it up to me and swami's wild child.
  12:55pm Liz B.:

Before you call me a square, I DID get a few mosquito bites over the weekend, which really helped me celebrate the USA.
  12:56pm Marshall Stacks:

Our 4th: Pancakes, farmer's market, parade (only one Michael J tribute in the whole 2-hr thing), family party and water balloons in the aft, Then making dinner to a Desmond Dekker soundtrack.

It was almost all about food, looking back. And water balloons. No dog bites, bruised heels, or drowning scares, I'm happy to say.
  12:56pm booker:

wow this hospitality song is so so good. who is it>? what is it?
  12:57pm Cecile:

Let me know when you are, so I can be in the next county in a bunker. ;D
  12:58pm Joe Steele:

Was also in Philly for the 4th. Tailgating for a baseball game, real American like. Had a hassle free return trip to North Jersey on Sunday evening. It was a miracle.
  1:00pm Lou:

Can you post that letter on your dj page or other fmu page?
  1:00pm tombom:

"circumnavigate the voters"? i don't think that word means what he thinks it means
  1:01pm stingy d:

oh also i ate hot dogs at gray's on 8th&6th. that's what's up.
  1:02pm Marshall Stacks:

That seppuku letter would apply to California, too.

"circumnavigate" -- good one, Senator Malaprop!
  1:06pm stingy d:

what did he try to circumnavigate? i don't speak mumbo jumbo. so i lost the ability to listen briefly.
  1:08pm nasok:

yay music and sunshine
boo government
  1:12pm Liz B.:

"The opposition has continually rejected our attempts to form a rational and equitable system of bipartisan leadership... This unprecedented attempt to circumnavigate the will of the voters and regain power could not have happened at a worse time, with much of our work in Albany remaining."
  1:12pm cosmic:

cecile, think i mean santana, ??
  1:13pm Cecile:

It would be circumvent.
wait, no, that's a round vent isn't it? :D

OK, i haven't seen that one yet, cosmic.
  1:15pm Joe Steele:

I'm having trouble figuring out whats going on in New York. One side said, "Even though, everyone only has one vote, we're somehow in charge." The other side said, "No you're not." and they decided to stop doing anything, correct?
  1:17pm a guy in a chair in a cube:

circumvent is the word he should have used.

If I understand the letter correctly he esentially saying "we're taking our ball and going home."

  1:19pm Joe Steele:

Things are simpler in Jersey.

Gov - We're broke.
Senate - Whatever.

I think that's the jist of it.
  1:23pm mb:

More government reverb!
  1:23pm stingy d:

well listen... i know that gladys smells like 2 parts cheerios and 3 parts fritos. and she likes belly rubs. fuck the pol______.
  1:26pm Cecile:

aw, gladys! snuggies!

Oh, Lee Hazelwood. Your cultural sensitivity is amazing.
  1:33pm brittbob:

You may have already heard this but Spiro's has shut down permanently due to excessive gunplay!
  1:37pm Cecile:

  1:37pm dc pat:

Coming in late but I checked out some of the tunes at the Smithsonian folk festival over the weekend. The Latin American music was pretty great stuff--giant harps and accordions everywhere.
  1:39pm Cecile:

I've heard this song and liked it.
  1:39pm sherri:

meredith is a BIG abba fan
  1:40pm Joe Steele:

Internet is god awful slow today. I've been forced to pick up the staticy on air broadcast on my crappy little cubicle radio.
  1:41pm Cecile:

I feel some Kylie Minogue, some Pet Shop Boys too, just that sweetbittersweet pop.
  1:44pm dc pat:

Welsh music on the other hand....northern Europeans are kind of boring when placed right next to Mexicans, Colombians, and Salvadorans...
  1:45pm Cecile:

I dunno, dc pat. I love that Estron CD pretty hard still.
  1:47pm Cecile:

But this track is about 3 minutes too long.
  2:17pm Seamus:

I take great exception to DC Pat's remark!
  2:19pm doug from dc:

I saw some pleasant Welsh music at folklife. And a really great Mexican singer.
  2:19pm cosmic:

ok its not very santana.. http://tinyurl.com/kkfdz8 ..who did you say, cecile?

(btw i used to have an uncle cecil. are we related? )
  2:22pm Jimmy Safechuck:

Re Cecil/Cecile. Generally people who are related have the same *last* name, not similar given names.
  2:22pm Chris:

Really would like to go to folklife if I can figure out how to get down there without taking the Metro (shudder).
  2:24pm dc pat:

it's over now. We avoided the Metro because of rumors of delays. I drove and found parking twice.
  2:24pm doug from dc:

It was Don Beto Cruz. and Jesús García. http://tinyurl.com/na2rma
  2:25pm Yes, we kin!:

Jimmy, I saw a safe at the bank today, and yesterday I found the chuck key for my drill. Are we related?
  2:26pm cosmic:

not in our family jimmy
  2:27pm Chris:

Shoot, over already? Oh well.
  2:30pm dc pat:

my kids loved Los Campaneros--they were kind of touristy mariachi in a way but were excellent musicians.

Yeah Chris, next year.
  2:30pm cosmic:

we give our babies new surnames, all first names are cosmic, cosmic, cecil or cecile
  2:40pm George Foreman:

Too complicated.
  2:41pm Charlie Chan:

See me after.
  2:43pm Lawrence Eagleburger:

I'm down with George.
  2:46pm doug from dc:

Yeesh, none of my 5th grade teachers ever did this: http://tinyurl.com/mpxrd7
  2:49pm efd:


ok, as you were.
  2:50pm Cecile:

santeria - carribean religion combining aspect of voodoo and Catholicism and magick.

  2:50pm dc pat:

they got a hell of a guitar sound.
  2:59pm Marshall Stacks:

Thanks for the great show, Liz B.
  1:24am Tom Walls:

I'm seldom deterred by stuff I never heard. Is it nerd, is it herd? This is the absurd, shaken not stirred. Berg is the Word.
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