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I never miscue a record. I am punctual, well-prepared, and dislike clutter. Outgoing and helpful, I'm always appropriately dressed. I do not behave erratically and have excellent penmanship. My CD's never skip, and I am in good health. I like all the notes, in any order.

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Favoriting September 7, 2012

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
African Head Charge  Dinosaur's Lament   Favoriting Drastic Season  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Vas Deferens Organization  Müz   Favoriting Queas and Art  0:06:40 (Pop-up)
Obeng Ungu & Jalan Buntu with Group    1951: Sumatran Ladies Wearing Hats as Outlawed by Bovernment  0:18:20 (Pop-up)
Rancho Relaxo Allstars    Live at Luv Parade  0:40:21 (Pop-up)
Anthony Manning  Variation   Favoriting Elastic Variations  0:45:40 (Pop-up)
Atom / Small Rocks / The Rip Off Artist  One Armed Traffic Cop Dub   Favoriting   0:52:53 (Pop-up)
Wolfgang Voigt      0:58:37 (Pop-up)
 
Blectum from Blechdom  Hotrodderdam   Favoriting De Snaunted Haus  1:05:15 (Pop-up)
Mark Fell  6-B   Favoriting Multistability  1:10:44 (Pop-up)
Signal  Robotron   Favoriting Robotron  1:17:52 (Pop-up)
Anne-James Chaton  Événements Nº 21–23   Favoriting Événements 09  1:25:13 (Pop-up)
Max Goldt  Get the Piano Through the Door   Favoriting There are Grapefruit Hearts to be Squeezed in the Dark  1:34:55 (Pop-up)
Bradford Reed  Motivational Music for Pedestrians   Favoriting   1:37:49 (Pop-up)
Hans Reichel  The Youth of the Rare Bird Ymir: Good Days I   Favoriting The Death of the Rare Bird Ymir  1:42:12 (Pop-up)
Stephen Basho-Junghans  III   Favoriting Unknown Music 1  1:50:09 (Pop-up)
Kuupuu  Kevätlauluja   Favoriting   1:58:03 (Pop-up)
Ravi Padmanabha & Ed Chang  Elephant Calls   Favoriting Elephant Calls  2:02:51 (Pop-up)
Asa-Chang and Junray  Toremoro   Favoriting Tsu Gi Ne Pu  2:17:35 (Pop-up)
Raja Chatrapati Singh  Tha Chautal   Favoriting Pakhawaj Solo  2:27:32 (Pop-up)
  [10]     2:34:49 (Pop-up)
  [16]   Cambodian Cassette Archives  2:38:05 (Pop-up)
Eo Sinh & Namh Hao  VC Love Song   Favoriting Hò ! #1: Roady Music from Vietnam  2:41:31 (Pop-up)
VC Hooker  VC's Blues   Favoriting Hò ! #1: Roady Music from Vietnam  2:45:30 (Pop-up)
Nguyễn Thị Hải Phượng & Trần Văn Khê  Suite Xuan, Ai, Dao   Favoriting Viêt-Nam: Le Dàn Tranh, Musiques d'Hier et d'Aujourd'hui  2:49:14 (Pop-up)




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Listener comments!

  12:06pm
Cheri Pi:

Bryce!
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bryce:

heyo
  12:09pm
DCE:

hey Bryce. I am here with bells on, literally (not literally).
  12:09pm
hubba:

The perfect remedy for annoying coworkers...
  12:10pm
hubba:

Vas Deferens Organization... take me away
  12:10pm
BSI:

YAY for VDO!
  12:10pm
DCE:

so far we seem to be on safari
  12:13pm
Cheri Pi:

the difference is in the vas deferens.
  12:14pm
DCE:

and what a deferens it is!
  12:17pm
DCE:

coincidentally, I'm reading an article about sperm donation at this very moment.
  12:19pm
hubba:

what does the article say? you know, about donating and such?
  12:21pm
hubba:

is a Bovernmnet run by cows?
  12:25pm
nyoukis:

oh my glob
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bryce:

well i never
  12:33pm
Bill F.:

Thanks for the spiritual guidance today, Bryce.
  12:34pm
DCE:

pretyy funny, actually
http://tinyurl.com/93ubsy7

now I go to lunch!
  12:36pm
carl:

Watch out ladies
The bovernment will eat you like a ghost
if your hats' do not kiss your ears
  12:45pm
DCE*:

Has anyone eaten man cheese? I have
  12:48pm
steve from cleve*:

Yeah, I have
  12:49pm
Rory:

DCE, I don't think i'd fit the sperm donation criteria, i feel degraded.
  12:54pm
George of Troy:

Howdy Bryce, and fellow listeners.
  12:58pm
hubba:

Bryce, you're the only DJ that plays this stuff... it is like a time capsule of PLUR joy... seriously, thank you making this available.
  1:13pm
Tim in Vermont:

What was the title of that Wolfgang Voigt song?
  1:13pm
Davyce:

"De snaunted Haus" - does that translate "The Snotty House"?
  1:14pm
northguineahills:

Man, love this Mark Fell!
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bryce:

hi, all! sorry, running around today....

tim, that was "kafkatrax 3.4" from the cd "kafkatrax"
  1:18pm
nyoukis:

wheres my e?
  1:19pm
Tim in Vermont:

Nice- Thanks! I be lovin' me some 4:4
  1:22pm
northguineahills:

When I saw Signal playing a Mutek (Montreal) a few years ago, the only people who danced during their set were the New York kids.
  1:22pm
?:

"E" is for ?
  1:27pm
Bob's my uncle:

e is for cookie, that's good enough for me... and by cookie I mean feces
  1:29pm
nic:

ok cool cool cool_love this guy
  1:29pm
northguineahills:

Which I mean, my friends, who are used to dancing to sounds like this.....
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bryce:

hahaa :)
  1:30pm
northguineahills:

Until the 17c Anne was a common French male name.
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bryce:

i was wondering about that!
  1:34pm
M.J.:

E is for butt-trumpet.
  1:34pm
northguineahills:

I looked it up after reading an article on Anne-James, he has to constantly tell people that it was his birth name and yes, it is a traditional male name.
  1:34pm
BSI:

dead puppies, dead puppies, dead puppies...
  1:34pm
andymorphic:

punk is dead? when did that happen?
  1:35pm
BSI:

haven't heard this A-J Chaton stuff in a while, still brilliant.
  1:35pm
andymorphic:

punk is dead? how?
  1:38pm
hubba:

oh, i thought he was saying the "king of pop is dead"... boy, got that all wrong
  1:38pm
hubba:

like this, like Scritti Politti meets Safety Scissors...
  1:40pm
deniz:

BRYCEEEEE!
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bryce:

*gulp*
  1:46pm
northguineahills:

Ha, Steinski, on Drummer Some's stream, played some Hans Reichel a little over an hour and a half ago, although it was originally aired in '95.
  1:55pm
DCE:

I could make a profession out of eating chocolate covered pretzels and listening to this show.
  1:55pm
hubba:

meeting time... it has been real; see ya Bryce, everyone.
  1:57pm
pierre:

Bonjour Bryce.
  2:01pm
northguineahills:

Kuupuu! I saw them live at Film Anthology where they did a live sndtrk to a late 60s Czech vampire film, they were amazing!
  2:04pm
common:

northguineahills...that sounds awesome!
  2:21pm
berlusconi's nose:

beam me up Scotty!
  2:26pm
paula pc:

SO love everything today, and this Asa Chang/Junray is wonderful for it...all the best stuttering today...
  2:26pm
DCE:

love that drumming!
  2:29pm
DCE:

not to mention the birds and the flutes, which I forgot to mention.
  2:31pm
Clueless:

I can hear Raja Chatrapati just fine, but I can't hear him singing.
  2:43pm
Tricky Dick:

Aha, another Cambodian Incursion...
  2:48pm
DCE:

what kind of instrument makes that sound?
  2:52pm
the glowing one:

DCE: that was a moped

VC Hooker & the Two-Stroke Symphonic Orchestra
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bryce:

a dan bau! . . . retrofitted with a guitar pickup :)
  2:54pm
G:

@DCE: An online review says: "a traditional one-stringed instrument called a Dan Bhu which produces a gloriously other-worldy, theremin-like tremelo"
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bryce:

actually, listening to it again, that track may have just been an electric guitar. but they do amp up them dan baus sometimes!
  2:59pm
DCE:

I'd have a hard time getting that out of a guitar, it definitely had a different quality to it....thanks for the info!
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bryce:

oh, uh, look at the time!

bye, everyone. hope all's well with all y'all.
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