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Options January 5, 2012: Stephen O'Malley Guest DJs at 1pm for the Peer Pressure segment of the program!

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Artist Track Comments Approx. start time
Effigies  Haunted Town   Options   0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Bloody Hollies  Dead Letter   Options   0:05:39 (Pop-up)
Electric Six  Future Boys   Options   0:08:05 (Pop-up)
EZO  Back To Zero   Options   0:11:07 (Pop-up)
Thin Lizzy  Bad Reputation   Options   0:15:29 (Pop-up)
Teeth of Lions Rule the Divine  New Pants and Shirt   Options   0:18:13 (Pop-up)
Decapitado!  Autowriter   Options   0:25:04 (Pop-up)
Dark Fog  Dirigible   Options   0:35:25 (Pop-up)
Skeletonwitch  Cleaver of Souls   Options   0:40:38 (Pop-up)
Pterodactyl  School Glue   Options   0:43:23 (Pop-up)
Night Birds  The Other Side of Darkness   Options   0:46:36 (Pop-up)
Coral  Boxtruck   Options   0:49:20 (Pop-up)
Drum Eyes  Future Yakuza   Options   0:52:11 (Pop-up)
Sunn O)))  Big Church   Options   0:58:40 (Pop-up)
PEER PRESSURE Segment: Stephen O'Malley Guest DJs
Akira Sakata      1:09:56 (Pop-up)
Interview With Stephen O'Malley      1:20:24 (Pop-up)
Sutekh Hexen  Haunted   Options   1:39:06 (Pop-up)
Unholy  The Trip Was Infra Green   Options   1:44:17 (Pop-up)
Interview With Stephen O'Malley      1:51:01 (Pop-up)
Celestiial  Haunting Cries Beneath The Lake Where Our Queen Once Walked   Options   2:17:42 (Pop-up)
Interview With Stephen O'Malley      2:26:43 (Pop-up)
Giacinto Scelsi  Konx-Om-Pax for Large Orchestra and Chorus 1/2/3   Options   2:36:41 (Pop-up)
Interview With Stephen O'Malley      2:49:49 (Pop-up)
Iancu Dumitrescu  Galaxy   Options   2:57:11 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

  12:05pm Cecile:

Ask Stephen if people walk up to him and tell him their "I fell asleep at a Sunn 0))) concert: stories.
  12:05pm bill:

Can't wait to hear from Mr. O'Malley!
  12:06pm Cecile:

and, yay Effigies!
  12:06pm northguineahills:

Sweet O'Malley!
  12:08pm northguineahills:

Damn, forgot to wash my hands after cutting my fire escape grown habaneros. Now my eyes aren't so happy.
  12:08pm Cheri Pi:

  12:12pm Richard from Venezuela:

Happy new year Diane.
  12:12pm Mike East:

@ngh - make sure you wash your hands atleast 3 times before using the bathroom. I've made that mistake more than once.
  12:13pm Cecile:

Play some Loudness!
Rock 'n' Roll Crazy Nights!
  12:15pm northguineahills:

@Mike East: Me too! I'm starting to build an tolerance w/ my eyes, but not my nether regions!
  12:19pm bill:

Hey folks, what's the scariest stuff you've ever heard? For me it's either Khanate or Khlyst.
  12:19pm Cecile:

that guy is dark. I'm not kidding.
  12:20pm Cecile:

After that, the first time I heard Halber Mensch by Einsturzende Neubaten.
  12:21pm bill:

Bread? The Guitar Man??
  12:21pm andymorphic:

funny i read a similar question on reddit last night...any old Einsturzende Neubaten was my responce
  12:23pm Cecile:

yes. He's so depressing.

Also, Scratch Acid live were terrifying. Not for me, but I feared for David Yow's sanity.
  12:23pm Cheri Pi:

Khanate's makes me feel like throwing up just thinking about it. scary stuff indeed. I need to hug my cat now.
  12:24pm bill:

Thanks Cecile, I will definitely check out Halber Mensch
  12:24pm Cecile:

another creepy song is Ambrosia's "How Much I Feel." That skeeved me out more than the Swans.
  12:24pm Cecile:

If you can see the original album cover - it's also pretty nuts - it had bloody teeth around the edge as a border.
  12:25pm Cheri Pi:

Diane I need a warning before you play the scary stuff!
  12:25pm Cecile:

Bread is like the serial killer that passes for a nice neighbor. that's scary. More straightforward maniacs you get enough signals to stay far away.
  12:26pm andymorphic:

doesn't Halber Mensch have that track that basically sounds like drowning?
  12:27pm Cheri Pi:

Don't google this band Decapitado.
  12:27pm andymorphic:

lol....dig does wet towel drums
  12:27pm Cecile:

  12:28pm bill:

I had a friend who was so freaked out by Brujeria she literally broke the headphones tearing them off
  12:30pm Stevel:

Cheri Pi: Thanks for trying to warn me, Of course, I had to look. Yipes!
  12:31pm bill:

Yeah, thanks for the reverse psych, Cheri PI, now I'm mentally throwing up a little too
  12:31pm Cheri Pi:

I lways use the world "Band" now in the googlygoogly
  12:32pm Cheri Pi:

Where's the damn cat!!!
  12:32pm still b/p:

Fear of Ambrosia is interesting. How Much I Feel seemed like banal shmaltzpop audio wallpaper when it was in heavy rotation on an automated FM in the area where I lived at the time. What's the skeeveriffic element...?
  12:34pm Cecile:

"I'm making love to my wife and I still see your face. If you come back, I will forgive you. I know you're in a really happy relationship but I had to put that out there. Probably to make you feel like crap."
  12:34pm Ines:

Hi Diane, which song is behind while you are speaking? thanx
  12:34pm Cecile:

It's very passive aggressive yet kind of nihilistic.
  12:36pm Cecile:

very stalkery.
  12:36pm r i s k y:

GO DIANE!!! Take them to the riff ranch!
  12:39pm bill:

I wonder what other horrors are passed off in banal sounding radio pap? The Gores were barking up the wrong tree maybe
  12:40pm andymorphic:

totally forgot about effigies...used to love them
  12:45pm Cecile:

I always said that, bill!
There were so many gross songs out there couched in a smooth melody.
  12:56pm Tony:

Okay. I'm a drum eyes fan now.
  12:56pm v:

o))) yeah
  1:00pm northguineahills:

One of my favorite Sun 0))) tracks ever!
  1:01pm r i s k y:

  1:03pm Cecile:

that's practically hooky for them.
  1:04pm dc pat:

andymorphic: Hey that's mine! "wet towel drums"
  1:10pm andymorphic:

well you were at lunch....someone had to speak up
  1:11pm dc pat:

oh, well alright then...
  1:14pm dc pat:

this is fucking GREAT!!!
  1:14pm Cecile:

hraaaaaaaaaaaaaawr. I agree.
  1:16pm andymorphic:

where are we on this playlist????
  1:18pm Tony R.:

Akira Sakata
  1:21pm dc pat:

it's not actually mine anyway, I think that's how Entwistle referred to the drum sound on Tommy...
  1:22pm bill:

What does SO think about Sunn 0))) playing outdoors (e.g. Barcelona 2009)? It seems like much of the effect would be lost
  1:22pm andymorphic:

i used to play with a guy who thought all real drums sounded like cardboard boxes
  1:23pm Cecile:

south of france
  1:24pm Emmanuel Leroy:

Please, please, what was the song's title of akira sakata???? Which album? Thanks
  1:27pm bill:

Actually Into the Abyss is Herzog's latest, an interview with a death row inmate
  1:30pm Cheri Pi:

I'm back from lunch now in case you were wondering.
  1:32pm Brian:

WIll SoMA be doing any shows in NYC when he is here for the Biennal ?
  1:33pm Cheri Pi:

We can read kanji, post it.
  1:39pm Cecile:

Eyvind Kang is insane. Great arranger.
  1:42pm Nick S:

Great show, Diane!!
  1:48pm northguineahills:

Eyvind Kang is one of my heroes. Everything he touches is gold. I'm lucky to have been able to seen him thrice.
  1:48pm bruceleh:

Can someone explain to me the appeal of death metal?
  1:49pm Cecile:

You are lucky, ngh.
hey, does Stephen like anything just a hair lighter? Like the Swans?
  1:50pm bill:

Speaking of Austerity Program, they have a great video on YouTube on the "appeal" of black metal
  1:51pm Tom L.:

Diane's Kamikaze DEATH Machine. Awesome!Awesome!Awesome!Awesome!
  1:54pm slugluv1313:

just looked up the lyrics to "How Much I Feel" -- EWWWWWWWW, Cecile, you are totally right on! but like still b/p says, it was like non-descript-background-"pop" music way back when it was a hit, never knew the lyrics -- WHO KNEW!

many years ago, dear Lux Interior (RIP) said in an interview something about how the serial killers "never look like me" -- they always look like totally non-descript "normal" guys!
  1:55pm Cecile:

Finnish is a snap.
Just pronounce it BAH-bah-bah-bah-bah.
  1:57pm Jeff:

haha, metal zone pedals!
Stephen, ever hear any heavy bands from Baltimore?
  1:58pm Amy:

I love the sound of the Finnish language.
  2:02pm Cecile:

Amy, you should check Finland Calling - one of the longest running shows in the US:
  2:08pm slugluv1313:

excellent show, Diane! THANK YOU!!! LOVING the tunes and the interview with Mr. O'Malley! such great stories!!!! that prison sounds FASCINATING! I WANNA GO VISIT!
  2:09pm Mayor:

Finland is the country where we dance
Finland is the country where we play
Here in Finland boy and girl can find a true romance
In traditional Scandinavian vay!
  2:10pm Amy:

I was fortunate to have seen that Sunn O))) gig with the Frost at the Filmore. RAD!
  2:12pm Shawn:

Mayor, Obviously you haven't heard of Tom Of Finland.
  2:13pm Amy:

Thanks Cecile - I'll check it out.
  2:15pm Cecile:

it's really low-budget. But 80% of the program is in Finnish.
  2:20pm Mayor:

Is he into fish schlapping?
  2:20pm bill:

Doom Loons!
  2:24pm v:

  2:25pm Amy:

I like this tune...happy my office mates are not here right now.
  2:33pm Cheri Pi:

Totally explains the scariness of Khanate!!
  2:37pm joe:

Anyone know how to listen to the previous playlist? I missed the first hour and a half.
  2:40pm Cheri Pi:

  2:40pm Cecile:

  2:41pm Cecile:

joe, wait an hour or so after this show concludes. You will be able to hear it on archives.
  2:42pm Amy:

Mmmmm, Put up more pics of Stephen.

  2:42pm joe:

cool, thank you.
  2:42pm northguineahills:

Scelsi is an interesting dude. Didn't like to be photographed. Tried to be represented by a symbol before Prince got the idea, . Oh, and his music kicks ass!
  2:44pm bill:

Careful with that cat, Cheri Pi
  2:44pm Cheri Pi:

Well since you opened that door Amy, Stephen is quite dreamy.
  2:50pm northguineahills:

I'm trying to remember if this is where the Scottish band, Konx-Om-Pax got their name or was it from Crowley. Probably Crowley.
  2:50pm Cheri Pi:

@bill-that's funny
  2:51pm Caryn:

What the hell happened? I go out for a bit to get groceries, I come back to see that I missed a whole Finnish discussion on the comments board!?!
  2:51pm Cecile:

ngh, if you can find that Robert Riegle record where he does some Scelsi saxophone pieces, it's worth it.
  2:53pm bill:

  2:55pm Cecile:

great stuff, good interview!
  2:55pm northguineahills:

Sounds awesome Cecile! Will look it up!
  2:57pm Steve in chicago:

Waaah i missed the Effigies (opening song)
  2:57pm Caryn:

At least I didn't miss the whole Stephen O'Malley segment. BTW, hot guy!
  2:57pm Cecile:

bye all! See you in the middle of Fabio's show.
  3:00pm Stephen O'Malley:

Hey folks, thanks for listening... that was great. Stay evil!!! SOMA
  3:01pm Amy:

Great show, thanks for turning me on to some new shite.
  3:02pm Cheri Pi:

Great Fabio segue!
  7:33pm Sam:

So excited for more Ideologic Organ stuff!! Especially the Dumitrescu.
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