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Order and disorder in a freeform haze of terribly-played guitars, shorted-out electronics, found audio detritus, strange sounds from strange lands all around. Psych-punk-junk, collage, even pop. Lots of in-studio live performances to boot.

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Options May 28, 2002: With live set from SIGH

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Artist Track Album Comments New
Savage Republic  Machinery   Options Tragic Figures     
The Iditarod  Afternoons Like This Are Hard To Come By   Options The Ghost, The Elf, the Cat & The Angel    *  
Frog Eyes  Sound Travels From the Snow To The Dark   Options The Bloody Hand    *  
Wire  The Agfers of Kodack   Options Read and Burn    *  
Comets On Fire  ESP   Options Forthcoming LP!!!    *  
Bastards  Razor   Options Monticello     
Graveland  In the Glare of Burning Churches   Options Graveland     
T. Lance & the Coctails  Aba-Daba-Do Dance   Options Various: Greasy Kids Stuff/Songs From Inside the Radio    *  
Ken Ishii  Pause In Herbs   Options Jelly Tones     
Gustava Lamas  Plenos   Options Various: Elektronische Musik Aus Buenos Aires     
Tommy Guerrero  Two Days Later   Options Hoy Yen Ass'n     
Helen Adam  Cheerless Junkie Song   Options Various: Dumb As A Painter     
TTC  De Pauvres Riches   Options Ceci N'est Pas Un Disque    *  
El-P  Fantastic Damage   Options Fantastic Damage    *  
Wolf Eyes  Let the Smoke Rise   Options Dread     
Smersh  Greasing Wheezer   Options The Beat From 20,000 Fathoms     
Leo Garcia  Clap 6   Options Various: Elektronische Musik Aus Buenos Aires     
Fela Kuti  Laise Lairo   Options Koola Lobitos 64-68     
Eric Burdon & the Animals  I'm An Animal   Options Love Is     
Bad News  Bad News   Options Bad News     
Fear  We Gotta Get Out of This Place   Options The Record     
Birdflesh  Slaughter of Flies   Options Night of the Ultimate Mosh    *  
Cattle Decapitation  Roadkill Removal Technician   Options Human Jerky    *  
Hirax  Broken Neck   Options Barrage of Noise     
Mogwai  Stereodex   Options 4 Satin EP     
Les Rallizes Denudes  ???   Live 1977     
Davis Redford Triad  The Mystical Path of the Number 86   Options The Mystical Path of the Number 86    *  
Sigh  Live in the WFMU Studios   Options Recorded 4/20/02, Engineered By Diane Farris  If Japan's rock scene hasn't blown enough minds, tune in today and get a taste of the utter insanity going down in its Black Metal world. Sigh are a trio without categorization: Black Metal roots (they actually recorded their first record for a label run by Euronymous of Mayhem before he was killed), but upon listening to their new album Imaginary Sonicscape they swing into realms trodden by the likes of Schoenberg, Naked City, Goblin, Thin Lizzy, Kix, Ennio Morricone, Booker T, and even Giorgio Morodor and ELO. A rare chance to hear a Black Metal band that utilizes saxophone and Hammond organ on their records; what they will be like live will surely blow minds. You do not want to miss this.   
  Mirai Kawashima: Vocal, Keyboards, Satoshi Fujinami: Drums, Shinichi Ishikawa: Guitar, Yasuyuki Suzuki: Bass        
  Check out Sigh's website: http://listen.to/sigh. Many, many thanks to Sigh and Diane Farris and Stephen O'Malley and all of Khanate for making the taping and gear happen!        

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