Options Brian Turner: Playlist from September 13, 2011 Options

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 September 13, 2011: w/ guest DJ TOM LAX from Siltbreeze Records

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Sex Pistols  I Wanna Be Me   Options 7"  EMI    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Boys Boys  Control Tower   Options 7"  Pass    0:02:49 (Pop‑up)
Chain Gang  Cannibal Hymn   Options 7"  Kapitalist    0:05:03 (Pop‑up)
The Sillies  Is There Lunch After Death?   Options 7"  Nebula    0:06:14 (Pop‑up)
The Mockers  Murder on Manners Street   Options 7"  Mock    0:08:44 (Pop‑up)
The Dishrags  Past Is Past   Options 7"  Modern    0:11:19 (Pop‑up)
Eternal Scream  Action In My Life   Options 7"  Eternal    0:13:42 (Pop‑up)
Boywonders  He Man   Options Various: Rough Cuts  Zblock    0:16:30 (Pop‑up)
Mary and the Immaculates  Trip To Jonestown   Options 7" (split w/Borbetomagus)  Concordant    0:16:31 (Pop‑up)
Radio Free Europe  It Likes You   Options 7"  Mig    0:22:06 (Pop‑up)
German Shepherds  Booty Jones   Options 7"  M&S    0:30:54 (Pop‑up)
Valeska  Wascsalon Berlin   Options 7"  Marat    0:35:04 (Pop‑up)
Eiyo Boys  Asia In Japan   Options 7"  Darkside Records    0:38:55 (Pop‑up)
They Must Be Russians  Nagasaki's Children   Options 7"  Self-Released    0:45:16 (Pop‑up)
Furious Pig  June 3, 1981   Options 7"  Vanity    0:48:52 (Pop‑up)
Mindless Delta Children  Go Go Dancer PVC Apron   Options Various: Terse sampler 7"  Terse    0:55:50 (Pop‑up)
Real Traitors  Blackmailing You   Options 7"  EMI Custon    0:58:33 (Pop‑up)
Six Impossible Things  Summer on the Nullabor   Options 7"  Sausage    1:01:24 (Pop‑up)
High Thirties Piano  Outer Date World   Options 7"  Self-Released    1:03:17 (Pop‑up)
Pere Ubu  Street Waves   Options 7"  Hearpen    1:04:37 (Pop‑up)
Chi-Pig  Bountiful Living   Options 7"  Chi-Pig    1:14:14 (Pop‑up)
Fred Cass and His Fabulous Cassettes  At the Weekend   Options Missing In the Eighties 7"  Self-Released    1:20:39 (Pop‑up)
Ritchie Venus and the Blue Beetles  Candy   Options 7"  Onset Offset    1:23:22 (Pop‑up)
Crossfire  Melanie   Options 7"  Brave    1:25:39 (Pop‑up)
The Rat Race Kid  You're Being Hi-jacked   Options 7"  Texas-Record    1:29:15 (Pop‑up)
Wild Man Fischer  Monkeys Vs. Donkeys   Options 7"  ATC    1:31:26 (Pop‑up)
Mikey Wild  Stuff My Bunny   Options 7"  Self-Released    1:33:01 (Pop‑up)
Vast Majority  Throwdown   Options 7"  Self-Released    1:37:23 (Pop‑up)
Clak  Ne Haluu/Kangastus   Options 7"  Self-Released    1:41:05 (Pop‑up)
The Bizarros  Laser Boys   Options 7"  Clone    1:44:12 (Pop‑up)
Grauzone  I'm Tanz Mit Dem Tod   Options 7"  Off Course    1:51:59 (Pop‑up)
Smiley  Arisen   Options 7"  Bizart    1:53:56 (Pop‑up)
Tch Tch Tch  Doing Very Little   Options 7"  Self-Released    1:56:37 (Pop‑up)
NG  LS Disco   Options Ugomeku Ego 7"  Unbalance    1:59:04 (Pop‑up)
Tuxedomoon  Pinheads OTM   Options 7"  Time Release    2:03:05 (Pop‑up)
Men In Black  S & M Bar   Options 7"  Lectric Eye    2:05:57 (Pop‑up)
The Monochrome Set  Strange Boutique   Options 7"  Dindisc    2:09:54 (Pop‑up)
The Swingers  Distortion   Options 7"  Ripper    2:12:39 (Pop‑up)
Alms For Children  Failsafe   Options 7"  Self-Released    2:16:10 (Pop‑up)
Charles S. Russell  All Tomorrow's Parties   Options 7"  Jargon    2:19:08 (Pop‑up)
The Very Things  The Gong Man   Options 7"  Corpus Christi    2:24:11 (Pop‑up)
Die Name  Schallplatte   Options 7"  Moderne Musik    2:31:59 (Pop‑up)
Quite Ridiculous Nonsense  Identity Crisis   Options 7"  Self Released    2:33:47 (Pop‑up)
Crazy Hearts  L-I-G-H-T   Options 7"  R    2:35:43 (Pop‑up)
Mutants  Schoolteacher   Options 7"  Rox    2:38:08 (Pop‑up)
Bloated Toads  Victim   Options Happy Home 7"  The End    2:41:07 (Pop‑up)
Horrible Nurds  Personal Relationships   Options 7"  Half Wombat    2:43:35 (Pop‑up)
Oxy & the Morons  The Good Life   Options 7"  Music For the Deaf    2:47:19 (Pop‑up)
Mad Tea Party  In a Tea Bag   Options 7"  Vanity    2:52:26 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:04pm bill:

Were SP on Siltbreeze?
  3:05pm Wild Neil:

Nice song! Cool photo! PROPS to you dude, for ROCKING my world! Maybe some XRAY Spex?
  3:07pm Pat in Philadelphia:

Woo hoo! The great BT guests keep on coming!
  3:11pm PKNY:

@Tom - big fan of the Mount Carmel record you guy put out, great stuff!
  3:13pm Jeff Dodge:

Play Bob Malloy's band...
  3:14pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

ha, got a new guy sitting next to my cube. he's getting initiated into this wonderful world of music this week!!
  3:16pm BT:

Hey everyone, thanks for tuning in...sorry wont be so chatty on here, my data input/html/image upload skills are being maxed along with these short 45s Tom brought...enjoy...
  3:17pm EC:

Eternal Scream is great!
  3:19pm Josh Carr:

Loving this track. Awesome.
  3:21pm Cheri Pi:

I'm here!
  3:22pm Swami:

No worries BT, just keep the audio comin'!
  3:22pm bill:

Thanks for the image uploads, they're great
  3:23pm Vinnie:

Anarchy In the UK - ballsy move. Much love from SF
  3:23pm Matt from Springfield:

Present! Hello to BT and Tom and everyone!
  3:24pm Martha:

The Dishrags!!!
  3:25pm Derek Walmsley:

Those images are great, kind of like eye candy, but that gives the wrong vibe – eye ramen perhaps.
  3:25pm Jon:

Love the scans! Nice work
  3:27pm joe_p:

hey BT and TJ! this yearly show has become a religious holiday in a few households!
  3:27pm Pat in Philadelphia:

aka Christmas in September!
  3:28pm bill:

Happy Tomsday!
  3:29pm Cheri Pi:

Watery Love- good to know where I can finally find their stuff.
  3:32pm Matt from Springfield:

@bill: Merry Laxmas!

I love "I Wanna Be Me" -- missed that on 45, but I at least know that one.
  3:33pm Sweeney:

  3:33pm EC:

Yeah, religious holiday, I agree.
  3:34pm Cheri Pi:

I know what I'm naming my next puppy...
  3:36pm BT:

@Cp too funny
  3:37pm Duncan:

Ah, the day I wait for all year has arrived! I'm only half joking, too. Great stuff so far...Booty jones...creepy!
  3:37pm Jerry Falwell:

10 will get you 20
  3:37pm bill:

Booty jones, holy cow is that weird
  3:38pm Matt from Springfield:

@Duncan: I agree, creepy...and yet, I'm happy I heard it!
  3:38pm Terry:

Any Raunchettes? The Phenobarbidols? Sacred Miracle Cave? Just checking....
  3:40pm Vinnie:

  3:40pm Duncan:

@Matt from Springfield: Same here! Sick cover, too...
  3:41pm Wummewenders:

Play something from that excellent Kitchen's Floor LP.
  3:45pm don:

Ha! The German Shepherds never disappoint. I never heard that track before!
  3:45pm Carmichael:

Hi BT and all people everywhere.
  3:47pm Mitt Romney:

Great tracks as usual.
  3:48pm Mitt Romney:

Any more Doden?
  3:50pm Tom G:

Is that Direen thing Mr Lax mentioned a new thing or from the vaults?
  3:51pm SF Spike:

I love the German Shepherds! I downloaded a bunch of their stuff a while back, and whenever it pops up on the MP3 player, I'm floored.
  3:52pm Guy M.:

ah, furious pig...
hi tom!
  3:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, the Furious Pig is electrifying!

Is June 3, 1981 the recording date or does that commemorate something?
  3:53pm joe_p:

Tom G: it's a vinyl reissue of a cassette only release from 1983
  3:54pm BSI:

missed the german shepherds 7".........
okay. back now. not moving.
  3:55pm Duncan:

I thought the Furious Pig song 'I don't like your face' was great, but this...this is mindflaying stuff!
  3:57pm Matt from Springfield:

@BSI: It was good, but that's why there's Archives!
@Duncan: Yeah, first time I heard anything like this--I've heard "concrete poetry", and tribal music, but this is definitely like a mindflaying combo of those two predominant strains!
  3:58pm Cheri Pi:

@BSI-the rest of us will never forget where we were when we heard "booty Jones"
  3:59pm Sound & Vision:

Any more Thumbnail pictures of 45"s?
  4:00pm BT:

Yeah, theyre coming back, sorry, my upload of those few got screwed up...
  4:01pm Whopper Sr.:

A Sandwich Seniors Can Call Their Own! $1.25 Through Thursday.
  4:02pm BT:

When's the two-fer?
  4:02pm bill:

Whopper Sr., does it contain spam?
  4:02pm Tom G:

thanks joe_p, excited
  4:02pm BSI:

@Cheri Pi: I'll never forget where I was the first time I heard their MUSIC FOR SICK QUEERS album. In fact I think I still have scars.....
  4:03pm Whopper Sr.:

In Our Exciting Fall Promotion, BT! No Spam, Bill. %75 Meat By-Product!
  4:04pm Cheri Pi:

BT-that's a hell of a thing!
  4:04pm Duncan:

@Matt from Springfield: i can't think of anything else from the time that sounds like that. I guess more recently there's been stuff like Phil Minton's Feral Choir...great stuff, nevertheless.
  4:05pm Tom G:

speakin of direen!

mightier than the fall.
  4:05pm Martha:

Bill Direen!!!
  4:06pm Cheri Pi:

Oh, I like this a lot.
  4:08pm dan:

Great stuff!
well, Frencher than the fall!
  4:09pm slugluv1313:

omg! i have that Sillies record!!!! :)
  4:10pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

more pierogi than the fall
  4:11pm SF Spike:

A great blog entry about German Shepherds:

  4:11pm sudo:

  4:12pm slugluv1313:

and those Radio Free Europe and Pere Ubu 45s too!
  4:13pm bill:

Thanks, SF Spike
  4:15pm jaycjay:

@slugluv1313, Just got home so missed it, but I had the pleasure of hanging out with the Sillies right after that release and accompanied them (as their "road manager" though I really wasn't) to a Chicago gig. A place called Mothers.
  4:19pm Ryan M.:

great show guys...killin' it!
  4:24pm BT:

thx ry!
  4:24pm hubba:

Doug Orton, do have any info on that guy? SF based singer songwriter that has some fairly quirky pop mid to late 80's...
  4:30pm Setsuko:

Tomlax - is your punk name?
  4:31pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

that might be his laxative name
  4:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Wild Man Fischer -- is this the punk persona of actor Ed O'Neill? :)
  4:36pm dan:

Mikey wild! -
I have one of his masterpieces on the side of my fridge as we speak.
  4:37pm g. field:

he drew andy capp right
  4:37pm hubba:

proto-lil bunnies?
  4:37pm King Ludd:

Judging by the album cover this is a Zep alter ego. Bit of a departure for them.
  4:39pm Tony B:

lovin' nems singles, TJ!!
  4:42pm ira fan 420:

  4:47pm ira fan 420:

is this thing on
  4:47pm Duncan:

Clak. Fantastic stuff. Makes me think of some of those early Siltbreeze 45s.
  4:49pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

there may be a reason for that
  4:53pm Cheri Pi:

Oh no, I get teary eyed when I hear this song. RIP little buddy!
  4:53pm Matt from Springfield:

Grauzone! I love their "Eisbär" song.
  5:06pm King Ludd:

I liked that Smiley track. Sounded like some kind of weird Nino Rota score.
  5:11pm Duncan:

This one's maybe too hyperactive for an S&M bar. So i'd imagine.
  5:13pm Becky in SoCal:

Particularly scorching set. Thank you!
  5:14pm King Ludd:

You'd be tightening up those thumbscrews too quickly and leaping into the iron maiden without really savouring the moment. See where Electric Six got the idea from though. I saw the Monochrome Set! Can't remember if they did this one though.
  5:16pm SF Spike:

Hooray, Swingers! I have the Counting the Beat LP, never heard this single before....
  5:20pm efd:

I was just wondering if that was the same Swingers! (says the guy who just played "Counting the Beat" last week)
  5:22pm Duncan:

@King Ludd: Then the next thing you know, someone gets hurt, and it all ends in tears. The last thing anyone at an S&M bar wants. So i'd imagine.
  5:22pm Kay:

I love the Swingers and have the LP too. Brian tell Tom hi from Kay. I think he also sold me my first Monochrome Set tape about 20 years ago at the PhillyRX.
  5:22pm Matt from Springfield:

What year did this "ATP" come out?
  5:24pm BT:

@Matt 1987
  5:24pm smuggler:

nice noodles. hey can you play some skiffle please?
  5:25pm Duncan:

This is really nice.
  5:27pm King Ludd:

@ Duncan. Yes I'm more of an M&S man myself. This is a nice version of ATP. Bet if you wanted to buy it you'd pay a lot more than ATP. That pun doesn't work so well when you write it down. I *loved* The Very Things when I was a kid. The Bushes Scream While My Daddy Prunes!
  5:30pm Carmichael:

Shitty meeting ... Guess I'll be doing the archives thing. The playlist is totally cool, BT.
  5:34pm Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Brian! I liked that, it was a very faithful cover of ATP, but found it interesting with a male vocal.
  5:37pm Todd 76%:

Hey BT and Mr. Lax - another kickin' show from you youngsters. Salut!
  5:38pm dan:

Hello Tom and Brian!
This one (Quite ridiculous nonsense) is fantastic.
You'll have to fill me in on that one Tom.
  5:40pm Letha:

Love this show! Love you two! Thanks!
  5:40pm King Ludd:

@dan: "This one (Quite ridiculous nonsense) is fantastic." +1. Brilliant track. Really liked that.
  5:41pm BT:

hi letha! xx
  5:43pm Letha:

Hi Brian - Hi Tom! You guys are the highlight of my day! XXO
  5:43pm Mike East:

Cool show today. Dig the pics. Thanks for the extra effort!
  5:45pm BT:

Yeah, check back, I photo'd the other missing 7" pics but for some reason I didn't export then, and ran outta time pre-show to resize and upload em to FMU's server. Will try to post-show!
  5:54pm Guy M.:

mindblowing trumpet thing!
  5:57pm Duncan:

A great show, thanks BT. Thanks to Mr Lax for sharing all this stuff (same time next year, i hope).First time i've listened to it in 'real time', will definitely do so again next week!
  5:58pm King Ludd:

@TL and BT. Thanks for a great show! Very much enjoyed it.
  10:00pm The Late Thurston Hunger:

Finally a Mad Tea Party I can endorse, although the highest of many high points for me on first listen was the Eternal Scream! Watery Love is good rockin too...

  9:18pm kaWOWski:

Once again, a great set Tom & Brian... awesome.
  1:20pm ravi:


hats off
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