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The program formerly known as Seven Second Delay, and The Happiness Hut. Ken and Andy, also known as The Enema Boys, further lower WFMU's already abysmal standards on a weekly basis. Stunt radio which subjects the radio audience to concepts and topics which mature adults should not have to endure. Find the fatal flaw. (Visit homepage.)

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Listener comments!

  6:02pm Listener:

Very credible excuse!
  6:02pm Cursing:

Andy was practicing for his future Sirius show.
  6:02pm Schadenfreude:

"Anything that we see happening to Ken and/or Andy!"
  6:03pm The Arab Street:

Hey Guys!!!

Have you seen me on TV!!!
  6:03pm PMD:

Pretty soon you can't say you do a radio show.
  6:03pm the F word:

come on. just air me.
the kids LOVE me.
you are so F-ist.
  6:04pm Matt from Springfield:

If you're going to take 15 hours to edit it, add some sound effect, like a "BOIIING!" instead of bleeping or deleting.
  6:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Hey Brian! Nice to hear you on a Wed night!
"Could you please talk for 53 minutes or so, Brian?"
  6:11pm Slush Pile:

We have driven many a great man to self-injury.
  6:11pm Matt from Springfield:

There's your show idea guys! Have Andy listen to OTHER WFMU shows while commenting on his emotions in real time. Solid gold!
  6:14pm hamburger:

a show tuning into the seventh consecutive hour of andy listening to 'strength through failure'
  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Nice! You already seem to be doing that--carry on!
  6:14pm Listener:

Andy had tourettes last week, hence the cursebombs
  6:14pm bw:

  6:14pm Matt from Springfield:

@hamburger: Yes, I still want to listen to that as well!
  6:15pm Listener:

Andy would turn "Strength through Failure" into "Escape Via Terminal Loss of the Will to Live"
  6:17pm pfapfap:

  6:17pm Listener:

Play a little of Don Maclean's most recent release for Andy without telling him what it is. Then do the reveal.
  6:18pm Danne D:

s'up hamburger?
Hi peoples.
  6:19pm Danne D:

Various Artist has an actor cousin names Manny Moore
  6:19pm bw:

SOOO DISTORTED - Andy pro it up man PRO it up!
  6:19pm pfapfap:

Underworld is still around?
  6:21pm Danne D:

Gee this show going to the bottom of the barrel? Who knew?
  6:21pm hamburger:

sup Danne D. watchin Match of the Day. Has anyone heard Andy's folk era output?
  6:23pm Danne D:

Andy was his generation's Phil Ochs, I heard.

Did you see that Qatar is up to #90 in the FIFA rankings? go figure...
  6:24pm Danne D:

Best part of the show: Brian trying to guess what the genre/style of the music is based on the album art.
  6:24pm Laurie:

I like it!
  6:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@hamburger: Search the Archives for "Railroad Bill" -- Irwin's played it before. It's more "acoustic comedy", anti-folk conceptual comedy than "folksinger". I don't know much about his other stuff but Railroad Bill is great.
  6:25pm Danne D:


Hi Laurie - I think it was pretty good too. (the last song)
  6:26pm Laurie:

you guys haven't played sebastién tellier? he is amazing
  6:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Brian Turner's "Trash Can O' Crap" -- with all the unlabeled records and CDs he plays, that's a good term for the bin he pulls the stuff out of!
  6:27pm Danne D:

From that Andy CD on Amazon:

Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought:
Live At The Troubadour (CD +DVD) [Live] - Carole King and James Taylor
  6:27pm Laurie:

sébastien tellier is a major french singer and should have won eurovision from that one year
  6:27pm hamburger:

@Matt: Hah! I was kinda thinking Andy had a "serious" period with the folk, but comedy-folk.. what was I thinking
  6:27pm Danne D:

This sounds like General Hospital background music.
  6:27pm Listener:

New Bin, aka Turner's Dumpster
  6:28pm Laurie:

sébastien is already a star by the way. and this album was originally offered exclusively via american apparel in the united states.
  6:28pm Matt from Springfield:

+33: France.
  6:29pm Laurie:

the brunettes are great poppy fun! it gets my vote i love them
  6:29pm kat330:

Sorry, not getting the show without a lot of breakup here. Guess we'll listen when in archive.
  6:30pm judy from croton:

waste of valuable air time.
  6:31pm Listener:

valuable? ever heard this show???
  6:32pm dw:

I want 3 hours of this!
  6:32pm judy from croton:

long time tolerater
  6:32pm PMD:

Play more of Abigail Washburn.
  6:33pm Danne D:

I like when the songs are too annoying for Ken to make it all the way through :)
  6:33pm Listener:

  6:33pm Laurie:

seriously judging you guys for not knowing sébastien tellier, who is amazing
  6:34pm Danne D:

8( I'm sorry Laurie

So I'm looking around for an actual review of an Andy Breckman album. Haven't found a good one yet, but I found this. (Worth it for the picture)

  6:36pm hamburger:

gosh he looks serious
  6:36pm Laura:

Oh, WOW. That picture is incredible.
  6:38pm Danne D:

On the target website of all places here's a review of Andy's song "Railroad Bill":

Comic relief's not always a good thing, though, as demonstrated by the bombastic crude wit of Andy Breckman's "Railroad Bill."

  6:40pm dj cracker whore:

i hate fuckin' honkies
  6:42pm marq:

how can you decide on something just by listening to a few seconds of it.
  6:42pm Laurie:

I'm aware of tristeza as well.
  6:43pm hamburger:

@marq: by being highly impatient and subjective :)
  6:43pm bw:


I have played them many times
  6:43pm bw:

don't throw that away!
  6:44pm they're already extremely famous!:

That's a real band!
  6:44pm hugh:

Tristeza's been around.
  6:44pm Listener:

by listening to a few seconds of it, marq. program directors do it CONSTANTLY. a CD is most often one genre, and that genre and how it's executed by the artist are apparent in every single fifteen second bite of music on the CD.
  6:45pm bw:

I <3 them
  6:45pm northguineahills:

what hugh said.... and Darla Recs have been around for almost 2 decades....
  6:46pm bw:

heeeeeee I think they are punking Andy
  6:46pm Danne D:

Best phone message ever!
  6:46pm Lizardner Dave:

I thought Andy vowed no more prank calls.
  6:47pm B Z:

"Reissue all the Poco albms"!!
Brian kills!
  6:48pm Danne D:

It wasn't a prank, though. He was gonna make 'em stars :)
  6:48pm bw:

  6:48pm john:

I'm pretty sure I saw Tristeza 10 years ago. I'm pretty sure I was bored.
  6:48pm Danne D:

They are spending way too much time listening to music - they should totally just scan the cds for phone numbers. That would make awesome radio!
  6:49pm hugh:

Tristeza would never sell out, anyway…
  6:49pm Tony Shaloub:

My people answered the phone. I could catch germs from the receiver.
  6:50pm PMD:

Hey hugh.
  6:50pm hamburger:

this is awesome!
  6:50pm fatty jubbo:

oh my. that was great. what was the name?
  6:51pm Danne D:

Is Andy starring in the remake of Oz?
  6:51pm Z:

HBO Documentary Screening Of "When Strangers Click"
  6:51pm hugh:

Hey Pamela.
  6:52pm Danne D:

heading to the DVR now...
  6:53pm Danne D:

  6:53pm Bryant:

Hey, there's pictures!

  6:53pm marq:

@ listener: but i am talking about good quality stuff. not what big producers think is good. or general public think is good.
  6:54pm fatty jubbo:

trash pile!
  6:54pm Laura:

  6:54pm Danne D:

Andy looks a little different than his allmusic.com picture
  6:55pm Listener:

@mparp -- PDs and DJs have no more hours in their week than the rest of us: 168 only, for everything. They have to use their time well. They don't listen to 60-70 minutes of music to decide if an artist might work for them.
  6:55pm Listener:

@parq, sorry
  6:56pm pfapfap:

Life's unfair. A lot of it is getting lucky in the right spot, or knowing someone who can give you a chance.
  6:56pm marq:

@listener: if it sounds good it is good
  6:58pm Laurie:

i once shared a cab with ryan schreiber in chicago. it was pouring rain, 2 am after the club closed and we'd just seen king khan and the shrines and jay reatard play a show. fuuuuuun.
  6:58pm Danne D:

I agree pfapfap. My friend's band should be zillionaires by now but aren't :(
  6:58pm Danne D:

(though they have been played on FMU) :)
  6:59pm Listener:

Exactly,marq, and an experienced ear can tell if it sounds good (from the listener's angle/taste) in a pretty short time.
  6:59pm Danne D:

I've come to the conclusion that Laurie probably has the most interesting life off the comments board...

later all!
  6:59pm marq:

@ listener: no
  6:59pm Listener:

let's end it here
  6:59pm Danne D:

Dang! I knew I forgot something...the pool!
  7:00pm Listener:

very persuasive, marq!
  7:00pm PMD:

12 people! darn, I lost 11 dollars
  7:32am cheerios:

Here's my fav pic of Tellier, with the not-so-unfamous producer of the "Sexuality" album. http://whatspikelikes.files.wordpress.com/2008/05/sebastian-tellier.jpg
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