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Options March 31, 2016: 1986

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Artist Track Album Year Approx. start time
Sonic Youth  Madonna, Sean And Me   Options EVOL  1986  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Scratch Acid  Albino Slug   Options Just Keep Eating  1986  0:06:44 (Pop‑up)
Rubella Ballet  Artic Flowers   Options Artic Flowers  1986  0:10:04 (Pop‑up)
Squirrel Bait  Virgil's Return   Options Skag Heaven  1986  0:13:10 (Pop‑up)
Bond Bergland  Open Arms   Options Unearth  1986  0:15:33 (Pop‑up)
Dip In The Pool  Rabo Del Sol   Options Silence  1986  0:18:52 (Pop‑up)
The Stranglers  Nice In Nice   Options Dreamtime  1986  0:23:31 (Pop‑up)
The B-52's  Girl From Ipanema Goes To Greenland   Options Bouncing Off The Satellites  1986  0:27:29 (Pop‑up)
Anquette  Throw The P (Radio Version Miami)   Options Throw The P  1986  0:31:37 (Pop‑up)
Shelly Thunder  Small Horsewoman   Options Small Horsewoman  1986  0:34:56 (Pop‑up)
Scully Brown  Girls Harmony   Options Worries & Problems  1986  0:38:13 (Pop‑up)
Super Cat  Jah Paradise   Options Jah Paradise  1986  0:41:29 (Pop‑up)
Mad Professor  Russian Roulette   Options Dub Me Crazy 6: Schizophrenic Dub  1986  0:45:00 (Pop‑up)
Colourman And Jackie Knock Shot  Kick Up Rumpus   Options Kick Up Rumpus  1986  0:47:43 (Pop‑up)
Bad Brains  I Against I   Options I Against I  1986  0:58:09 (Pop‑up)
Melvins  At A Crawl   Options Melvins  1986  1:00:58 (Pop‑up)
Black Flag  Sinking   Options Who's Got The 10 1/2  1986  1:04:03 (Pop‑up)
Saccharine Trust  Effort To Waste   Options We Became Snakes  1986  1:09:04 (Pop‑up)
Clown Alley  Theme   Options Circus Of Chaos  1986  1:12:29 (Pop‑up)
Live Skull  Haircut For Pigs   Options Cloud One  1986  1:16:40 (Pop‑up)
Mensen Blaffen  Chagrin D'amour   Options Krengen  1986  1:19:14 (Pop‑up)
Asylum  Mu En   Options NG  1986  1:22:58 (Pop‑up)
Coil  Blood From The Air   Options Horse Rotorvator  1986  1:26:09 (Pop‑up)
Blistering Moments  Clean Thyself   Options Therapeutic Dreams  1986  1:31:25 (Pop‑up)
Skinny Puppy  Dig It   Options Mind: The Perpetual Intercourse  1986  1:36:37 (Pop‑up)
Koyhat Ritarit & Primo  Karhun Vihat / The Enraged Bear   Options Karhujuhla The Bear Feast  1986  1:43:48 (Pop‑up)
TAGC  Po-emma   Options ShT  1986  1:45:47 (Pop‑up)
Nagamatzu  Ionesco   Options Sacred Islands Of The Mad  1986  1:48:05 (Pop‑up)
Mekons  King Arthur   Options Edge Of The World  1986  1:59:10 (Pop‑up)
Billy Bragg  Greetings To The New Brunette   Options Talking With The Taxman About Poetry  1986  2:03:46 (Pop‑up)
Guided By Voices  The Other Place   Options Forever Since Breakfast  1986  2:07:10 (Pop‑up)
The Ghost Train  Killing Time   Options Killing Time  1986  2:10:43 (Pop‑up)
Wipers  Nothing Left To Lose   Options Land Of The Lost  1986  2:14:22 (Pop‑up)
That Petrol Emotion  It's A Good Thing   Options Manic Pop Thrill  1986  2:19:12 (Pop‑up)
The Fall  Shoulder Pads 1#   Options Bend Sinister  1986  2:21:39 (Pop‑up)
Pussy Galore  Rocks Off   Options Exile On Main Street  1986  2:24:35 (Pop‑up)
Roky Erickson  Bermuda   Options Don't Slander Me  1986  2:28:35 (Pop‑up)
Tožibabe  Dežuje   Options Dežuje  1986  2:31:42 (Pop‑up)
WUT  Mord Bleibt Mord   Options Kapitalismus  1986  2:34:03 (Pop‑up)
The Scam  Off Track   Options Everything Ends In Rot  1986  2:36:10 (Pop‑up)
Mayhem  Black Metal (Total Death Version)   Options Pure Fucking Armageddon  1986  2:38:26 (Pop‑up)
Flipper  Hard Cold World   Options Public Flipper Limited  1986  2:40:33 (Pop‑up)
Momus  Lucky Like St. Sebastian   Options Circus Maximus  1986  2:48:22 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar 9:02am Marcel M:

Nice opening. Morning Chris.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:08am MD:

Imagine there was great Rdio...It isn't hard to do...BECAUSE OF 'FMU!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:09am MD:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:14am Ken From Hyde Park:

Set the WABAC machine for 1986, Mister Peabody!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:15am Sean from Bridgeport:

Damn, nice choices!
Avatar 9:43am Cecile:

Do you like the Wipers, Chris? I remember Land of the Lost coming out that year and it was very good.
Avatar 9:43am just dc pat:

1986? I have no idea what was happening in 1986, lay it on me.
Avatar 9:44am Chris M.:

@Cecile: i like the wipers a whole hell of a lot.
Avatar 9:45am just dc pat:

oh yeah, SY and Scratch Acid..Buttholes, Huskers, fIREHOSE,
Avatar 9:45am Cecile:

That was a good one. Just a Dream Away was a rager from that one.

Also, Die Kreuzen's October file came out that year.
Avatar 9:47am Cecile:

George Clinton, RnB Skeletons in the Closet
Schoolly D
Janet Jackson Control
Cameo Word Up
Avatar 9:48am Cecile:

Mantronix the album
Avatar 9:48am Wild Neil:

Chris M et al-Good morning. Peace be unto you all. OK, its 1986 again. I wore buttons, smoked and went to see PIL at the Palladium performing both PIL songs AND Sex Pistols songs. I THINK it was 1986. I was 19. I was a trust fund Syracuse University student....I was SO dumb.....
Avatar 9:48am Cecile:

First Dwight Yoakam album
Avatar 9:49am just dc pat:

The Ex put out a great double single in '86 called 1936. I have it on a little mini-cd that I'm always afraid is going to get stuck in the player.
Avatar 9:49am Cecile:

Run DMC Raising Hell
Avatar 9:49am Cecile:

Avatar 9:53am Cecile:

Megadeth, Peace Sells
James Brown, the Jungle Groove comp
Mantronix Music Madness
African Head Charge - off the Beaten Track

Wow, I'm looking at some best of lists from '86 and boy, I hated a lot of stuff back then.
  9:54am Polyus:

The year a young, bright-eyed Polyus graduated high school.
  9:55am Polyus:

just kidding, I was miserable back then.
Avatar 9:56am Cecile:

I was 25 and feeling very very old.
Avatar 9:56am Cecile:

scratch acid were indeed damn great
Avatar 9:58am Cecile:

Scratch Acid Berserker came out then.
Avatar 9:59am just dc pat:

Oh fucking yeah, BB's!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:00am MD:

Ric O's finest Production gig!!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:01am MD:

It will be I against them!!!
That is the TRUTH!!!
  10:01am bogdanPopov:

No Kerosene yet ?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:02am MD:

There's Kerosene around...something to do!!!
Avatar 10:02am Cecile:

Motorhead - Orgasmatron
Avatar 10:03am Marcel M:

  10:04am ?:

Avatar 10:04am just dc pat:

Actually Ric O did Rock For Light which I think he fucked up.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:04am MD:

Crash and thump Thursdays! All here on the Might FMU!!!
Avatar 10:04am Wild Neil:

The Feelies, The Good Earth, released 1986. Read about it in the Newark Star Ledger. Also Giant Sandworms or Giant Sand or whatever I think...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:05am MD:

Oh Yes Pat...Thanks,,,i stand corrected...
Avatar 10:05am Cecile:

Giant Sand Valley of Rain came out in '85.
Avatar 10:05am just dc pat:

Kicking Against the Prick--Cave, one of my faves.
Avatar 10:07am Whosondephone:

1986 the year I was born!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:07am Greg from ZONE 5:

The year was 1986: Dwight D Eisenhower was President, and movies cost a nickel…
Avatar 10:09am Cecile:

Killdozer, Burl
Avatar 10:10am Cecile:

Cecil Taylor For Olim
  10:10am bogdanPopov:

I wasn't even born at that time (I guess I'm currently in the frame of mind Cecile was in 1986), but my favorites from that year that weren't mentioned yet are Bend Sinister, Victorialand and Heyday. Univers zéro's Heatwave is also pretty interesting.
Avatar 10:11am Cecile:

Chills did Kaleidescope World, Bats Compiletely Yours
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am sphere:

morning folks. one of the worst things about the 80s was the chorus pedal. damn you Jaco!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:12am MD:

This song is giving me Acid Flashbacks...
  10:12am Polyus:

Oh yes, Saccharine Trust!
Avatar 10:12am Cecile:

and those tinkly emulator keyboards
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:13am sphere:

true that Cecile. the DX7 was also pretty crappy....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:13am MD:

It's this guys voice and his Phrasing...I like it...don't get me wrong...!!!
Avatar 10:13am Marcel M:

Sick set
Avatar 10:14am Marcel M:

Nothing wrong with acid flashbacks. I'm jelly..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:14am MD:

Yes Marcel! I can smell my favorite Dive Bars!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:14am sphere:

this Clown Alley is pretty damn awesome, though.
Avatar 10:15am just dc pat:

yeah, @sphere, haven't heard this..
Avatar 10:15am Cecile:

I've never heard of these guys. I like!
  10:15am Polyus:

Also on the SST tip, St Vitus 'Born Too Late'.
Avatar 10:16am Cecile:

Trouble or Candlemass had stuff out then too, right?
Avatar 10:17am just dc pat:

oh yeah, Live Skull..
Avatar 10:18am Jim Devoid:

Clown Alley, wowza!
Avatar 10:18am Cecile:

the skull!
Avatar 10:20am Cecile:

another one I missed!
Avatar 10:23am just dc pat:

I love these stuck-in-a-year shows..
Avatar 10:25am Cecile:

another gem
Avatar 10:25am Marcel M:

Good lord... all these punk/goth/death rock songs are awesome.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:25am sphere:

Chris M, you do a really good job with these "year" shows.
Avatar 10:27am Chris M.:

@just dc pat @sphere: thanks!
Avatar 10:27am Wild Neil:

In 1986 no google, so finding out about bands was mostly done by reading the Village Voice and going to record stores and record shows in my experience. NOW you can instantly get information and increase your collection goals exponentially. Thank GOD for FMU on the net. In 1986 I was all about the vinyl albums. Used CDs were not a commodity at this point. In 1996 when I got to Las Cruces NM used CDs were very easy to get. Anybody have any idea when cheap used CDs of bands you would actually want start becoming available?
Avatar 10:30am Jim Devoid:

No Discharge 'Grave New World'??? that came out in '86 ;)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:33am cory:

g' mornin all
Avatar 10:34am just dc pat:

Here's a question Chris M: How do you pick the year? Just pull it out of a hat?
  10:34am Polyus:

How could we forget Voivod ' Rrröööaaarrr'?
Avatar 10:35am Wild Neil:

Did The Fall release anything in 86?
Avatar 10:35am Chris M.:

@just dc pat: the last week of every month, i go back ten years. it's 2016.
  10:36am bill:

dcp I suspect the 6 has something to do with it
  10:36am bill:

man I can't wait for the 1966 show!
Avatar 10:37am just dc pat:

Ah, didn't see the pattern or pay attention, one..
  10:38am bogdanPopov:

@Wild Neil yeah, Bend Sinister, which is a sort of overlooked album from theirs
Avatar 10:43am Cecile:

Wild Neil, yes, in 2002.

Chris M: What percentage of your year-themed shows is music you heard at them time, and how much is stuff you've discovered in the following years?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:47am cory:

how are you djs making me like jew's harp? how?
Avatar 10:47am Wild Neil:

@Cecile-Back in 1996 or so there was a chain of music stores in NM that had a HUGE used CD section (VERY chaotic and unorganized) called Hastings. They had used CDs a-plenty. I just remembered. Spirit Winds in Las Cruces (also a Café and Gift Shop) had a great "college" selection of hand-picked CDs.
Avatar 10:48am Chris M.:

@Cecile: maybe half and half roughly
  10:48am Ryab:

awesome show today chris
Avatar 10:48am Cecile:

that's cool!
Avatar 10:49am Cecile:

what was your coolest discovery putting this show together?
Avatar 10:49am Chris M.:

@Ryab: thanks!
Avatar 10:49am Wild Neil:

Cocteue Twins?
Avatar 10:49am Chris from DC:

Nagamatzu would be something I discovered later for sure. Good stuff.
Avatar 10:50am Cecile:

nah, not slick enough, sorry to say
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:50am cory:

@wild neil, were their tags yellow with hastings written on them?
Avatar 10:50am Chris M.:

@Cecile: most of the songs i already knew but i stumbled across Mensen Blaffen and something i'll play in the next set.
Avatar 10:51am Rev. Turnip Druid:

Avatar 10:51am Cecile:

that mensen was pretty damn great
Avatar 10:51am βrian:

Rhinocéros comes to mind ...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:52am cory:

lol in 2006 i was working in a sam goody and i remember none of the music
Avatar 10:52am just dc pat:

man, I'm hungry..
Avatar 10:54am βrian:

Here, have some Pad Thai and a spring roll.
  10:54am bill:

have some Bruce Hornsby
Avatar 10:55am Cecile:

I think 1987 was also a good year for music
Avatar 10:56am βrian:

"EEE-oh-ness-coh," I think.
Avatar 10:56am Wild Neil:

@Cory-no idea its been like thirteen years now...
Avatar 10:57am βrian:

Coming up on the Drummer Stream:
B.D.N. with Charlie
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:59am sphere:

i really wonder if there are any bad years for music if you look close enough at each year.
Avatar 11:00am βrian:

@ 11:00 EST, I mean.
Avatar 11:00am Chris from DC:

Avatar 11:01am just dc pat:

whoa, one Mekons album I DON'T have...
Avatar 11:01am βrian:

A song about stone-ground flour.
Avatar 11:01am Chris from DC:

Got the vinyl back then.
Avatar 11:02am Chris M.:

@just dc pat: it's like the best one
Avatar 11:02am just dc pat:

@Chris M: nuh-uh...
Avatar 11:03am just dc pat:

I jes keeding, I love all the Mekons albums.
Avatar 11:03am Chris M.:

@sphere: 1999
Avatar 11:04am Chris from DC:

I do love Honky Tonkin' Pat.
Avatar 11:05am Cecile:

don't call me Shirley
Avatar 11:05am just dc pat:

I think Curse Of..is prob my fave.

  11:06am BT:

Fall! Bend Sinister!!
Avatar 11:08am Chris M.:

Bend Sinister is one of my favorite Fall albums and my favorite Nabokov novel so you know it's coming
  11:08am Dean:

There were a couple bad years during the second or third century B.C. For example, this performance of a tune from Papyrus Wien 2982 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_oCCpKLGZTw) isn't exactly American Bandstand material. But the album on which it appears is otherwise really good.
Avatar 11:09am Cecile:

I never thought they were going to reissue Forever Since Breakfast. Shows me where my head has been at.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:10am thatpatsmith:

too bad no Replacements album in 86
Avatar 11:14am βrian:

I've have an old LP by Atrium Musicæ de Madrid. Must dig that out. Troubadour-ish party music, if I remember ...
Avatar 11:15am Cecile:

Avatar 11:15am Chris from DC:

Oh nice, Wipers.
  11:16am Dean:

AMdM did some really marvelous records during the heyday of Harmonia Mundi. I'm guessing the one you have, βrian, is either the tarantelles or the villancicos. One of them features a smashed Cognac bottle and a lawnmower.
  11:17am bill:

Dean I think plenty of people would disagree and point out that track would not be at all out of place on FMU
Avatar 11:17am βrian:

Circa 1980 ...
  11:18am bill:

I mean I'd rather listen to that than Manic Monday anytime
Avatar 11:18am βrian:

@bill: Yes, played at 78 rpm, too.
Avatar 11:19am Cecile:

damn, I think I shelved those at Discount Records in A2 back in the day - we had a big classical section.
  11:19am bill:

Yes at 78 rpm? I'm intrigued
Avatar 11:20am βrian:

It was there or, more likely, Liberty Music.
Avatar 11:21am Cecile:

I put out that songs of ancient Greece record, too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:22am JP from KC:

Greetings, all! Digging the theme today. Sounds like 86 was a good vintage.
  11:22am BT:

TPE nice - saw these guys a few times
Avatar 11:22am Cecile:

it was no 1984, JP, but it was a good year.
  11:22am mary:

me too BT
Avatar 11:22am Chris from DC:

And there it is.
Avatar 11:23am JakeGould:

1986? I graduated from high school in 1986. So hey.
  11:23am mary:

oh yea Chris from DC
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am cory:

what bbc comedy has the same synth/organ part?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:24am cory:

are you being served?
  11:24am Dean:

Tongue was firmly planted in cheek, bill, when I poo-poo'd the papyrus. Something tells me almost nothing would be out of place at FMU, except maybe Tchaikovsky? Telemann? Villa-Lobos (about whom Stravinsky reportedly said, "Why is it that whenever I hear a piece of music I don't like, it's always by Villa Lobos?").
Avatar 11:25am Cecile:

I've heard the Nutcracker in a number of different permutations here.
Avatar 11:25am βrian:

Haven't heard much Thomas Tallis, but I'm only a daytime listener.
Avatar 11:26am just dc pat:

OH yeah, forgot Pussy Galore's version of this album came out that year.
  11:27am Dean:

Guilty pleasure, the Nutcracker.

Lord, yes, Tallis! I bet there was a 1986 release of "Spem in Alium." That's the segue from Pussy Galore!
Avatar 11:27am JakeGould:

So anyone else get sick this week? I felt mentholated for a few days but not from meds.
  11:27am bill:

anything on z100 in 1986 probably wouldn't get any good clickies
Avatar 11:28am just dc pat:

after your kid performs in Nutcracker, you kind of don't have a choice. But dislike most other Tchaikovsky. I can deal with Telemann.
Avatar 11:28am βrian:

WKAR used to subject folks to hours of Elgar.
Avatar 11:28am JakeGould:

@bill: Z100 was tolerable back in 1986. Not rock or WDRE but still.
  11:30am Polyus:

@Jake - I got the crud. Would not be at work today were it not the end of the month, when we kinda all need to be here.
Avatar 11:31am JakeGould:

@Polyus: Yeah, but did you (do you?) feel oddly mentholated and cool?
  11:32am bill:

Roky for king of 1986!
  11:33am Polyus:

I guess the cough drops kinda have that effect, yes.
  11:33am Dean:

The piano trio? No love?

I love Telemann because he wrote SO FRICKIN' MUCH, much of it tedious. His music seems to have been composed as a distraction, while he was paying bills or something. The beauty of Telemann's music is that it is exquisitely generic. I even have an LP of random chamber music of his. The cover is a painting by Degas. What?!

Subject me to Elgar, please.
Avatar 11:34am Marcel M:

Wow this Tožibabe is awesome
Avatar 11:34am just dc pat:

I was wondering when you were going to play Tožibabe ....
Avatar 11:35am Wild Neil:

@Polyus-the best recent cough drop experience I had in the car were using CVS lemon cough drops. There were like little mentholated miracles that soothed my savagely sore throat.
Avatar 11:35am just dc pat:

Tožibabe has only been played one other time on FMU on Bodega Pop.
Avatar 11:37am βrian:

Quadruple-strength decoction of grated ginger with a little barley malt.
Avatar 11:38am JakeGould:

You got something from Discharge lined up? I remember a metal friend giving me a tape of “Grave New World” in 1986 but I couldn’t get into it… Just too intense for my new wave-isa tastes. www.discogs.com...
  11:38am Dean:

Song X is from 1986.
  11:38am bill:

jdcp, that's twice any many spins as Elgar
Avatar 11:39am Cecile:

I'm sure "pomp and circumstances" has been played here numerous times.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:39am Cliff:

I should've tuned in earlier, I didn't realize today was 1986....I'll catch the rest of the show on the archives

(And Tožibabe was awesome)
Avatar 11:39am Chris M.:

@JakeGould: not really into that Discharge release
  11:39am bill:

we're veering towards Satan i think
  11:40am Dean:

s/t from "Clockwork Orange," after all
Avatar 11:40am JakeGould:

@Cecile: I’d like to pomp her circumstance. *rimshot*

@ChrisM: All good. Me neither. Just saying.
Avatar 11:41am Marcel M:

Off to work. Amazing show Chris!
Avatar 11:41am Chris M.:

@Marcel M: thanks!
Avatar 11:41am Chris from DC:

Avatar 11:41am just dc pat:

Avatar 11:42am just dc pat:

Right on, Chris..
Avatar 11:42am Chris M.:

Avatar 11:42am Jim Devoid:

My and my friend Nate's story of "seeing" DISCHARGE on their Grave New World tour on opposite coasts: theappendix.net...
Avatar 11:42am JakeGould:

Shred the rad, Chris.
Avatar 11:45am JakeGould:

@JimDevoid: Cool stuff.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:50am paul b:

I don't know whether Flipper baited audiences in every town they played, but I saw them in DC in the '80's and they did then. Played a version of Sex Bomb where they played the first -- what 3 -- measures but not the forth, the declension bit that goes Ba bom bom bom bom. Deliberately grating
  11:50am Ryab:

Never knew so much amazing music was coming out in the mid 80s
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:53am Andrew Waterloo:

There's a nice live recording of Flipper on Youtube that features the bassist having to replace a broken bass with that of GPO from Throbbing Gristle.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:53am Ken From Hyde Park:

I forget...was a-ha a popular group in 1986?
  11:54am Dean:

Damn, "Never Gonna Give You Up" was 1987.
Avatar 11:55am Cecile:

I have a friend from Bermuda. I should play it for him sometime.

ryab, yeah, there was! Even with me not liking a lot of stuff, I still managed to spend a ton of money on records.
Avatar 11:55am just dc pat:

Great show, Chris M...outside that DC crack from Flipper...
  11:55am bill:

fun show, thx chris
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56am Cliff:

No New Kids on the Block? Huh
Avatar 11:56am just dc pat:

whoa, '76 show should be good.
Avatar 11:56am Chris from DC:

What Pat said
Avatar 11:56am Cecile:

Avatar 11:56am βrian:

And, of course, Charlie:
Avatar 11:56am JakeGould:

@KenFromHydePark: It was popular in 1986, but it was released in 1984.
  11:57am Dean:

The presidency of what?
Avatar 11:57am Sem Chumbo:

hanks, Chris, been a bumpy and only slightly disorienting trip down Memory Lane. See ya next time!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:57am Cliff:

Thanks Chris M.! Looking forward to 1976
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:41pm tikbartok:

Im pretty sure that Camper Van Beethoven only had two albums out at the time. I was living in New York and my only exposure to their music was though FMU and two shows. One at Folk City, and one at CBGB's. Im sure this was '85 '86. Thanks for the memories!
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