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Music for the revolution in my head: choogling punks; power pop, both skinny-tied and long-haired; soul shouters and girl groups; bubblegum and acid rock; global fuzz; weirdos and outsiders, and the Weirdos and the Outsiders; Archie Shepp and J. Geils. Plus, live bands.

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Options October 23, 2018: Needless Nineties Nostalgia w/ DJ Paul Bruno and Amanda Nazario

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Pavement  In the Mouth of a Desert   Options Slanted and Enchanted: Luxe & Reduxe    1992      0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Guided By Voices  Wished I Was a Giant   Options Vampire on Titus/Propeller  Scat  1993      0:07:42 (Pop‑up)
Sebadoh  Gimme Indie Rock   Options Gimme Indie Rock    1991      0:10:19 (Pop‑up)
Dinosaur Jr.  Start Choppin'   Options Where You Been?    1992      0:14:00 (Pop‑up)
Superchunk  Mower   Options On the Mouth  Matador  1992      0:19:12 (Pop‑up)
Velocity Girl  Forgotten Favorite   Options 6 Song Compilation  Slumberland  1993      0:28:07 (Pop‑up)
Teenage Fanclub and De La Soul  Fallin   Options Judgment Night - Music from the Motion Picture    1993      0:46:51 (Pop‑up)
Beastie Boys  Sure Shot   Options Ill Communication    1994      0:48:26 (Pop‑up)
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion  Calvin   Options Acme    1998      0:51:40 (Pop‑up)
Atari Teenage Riot  Atari Teenage Riot   Options Burn, Berlin, Burn!  Grand Royal   1997      0:54:45 (Pop‑up)
Sonic Youth  Youth Against Fascism   Options Dirty    1992      0:59:57 (Pop‑up)
Nirvana  School   Options Bleach    1989      1:27:10 (Pop‑up)
Screaming Trees  I Nearly Lost   Options Singles: Original Motion Soundtrack    1992      1:29:55 (Pop‑up)
Clawhammer  William Tell   Options Pablum    1992      1:35:43 (Pop‑up)
L7  Pretend We're Dead   Options Bricks Are Heavy    1992      1:37:24 (Pop‑up)
Bikini Kill  Rebel Girl   Options New Radio  Kill Rock Stars  1993    Joan Jett version  1:41:40 (Pop‑up)
Mudhoney  Sweet Young Thing Ain't Sweet No More   Options     1988      1:44:15 (Pop‑up)
Fastbacks  Trouble Sleeping   Options Very, Very Powerful Motor    1990      2:04:18 (Pop‑up)
The Queers  Love Love Love   Options Grow Up    1990      2:06:47 (Pop‑up)
Gaunt  Turn to Ash   Options I Can See Your Mom From Here    1994      2:09:46 (Pop‑up)
The Invalids  Punker Than Me   Options   Lookout!  1995  7"    2:12:45 (Pop‑up)
Bratmobile  Real Janelle   Options The Real Janelle  Kill Rock Stars  1994      2:15:25 (Pop‑up)
The New Bomb Turks  Born Toulouse-Lautrec   Options Destroy Oh Boy!  Crypt  1993       
Devil Dogs  Rock City USA   Options We Three Kings  Crypt  1992       
Fugazi  Reclamation   Options Steady Diet of Nothing  Dischord  1991      2:20:45 (Pop‑up)
Sammy  Babe Come Down   Options     1993      2:30:28 (Pop‑up)
Railroad Jerk  Bang The Drum   Options One Track Mind    1995      2:34:21 (Pop‑up)
Urge Overkill  Positive Bleeding   Options Saturation    1993      2:36:43 (Pop‑up)
Liz Phair  Whip-Smart   Options Whip-Smart    1994      2:40:00 (Pop‑up)
Bettie Serveert  Tom Boy   Options Palomine    1992      2:43:52 (Pop‑up)
Nothing Painted Blue  Another Child Bride   Options Working Holiday (V/A)    1994      2:50:56 (Pop‑up)
The Breeders  Cannonball   Options Last Splash    1993      2:54:13 (Pop‑up)
Big Audio Dynamite II  Rush   Options     1991      2:56:55 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:06pm ultradamno:

Hey ho, py-ros! My suggestion for 90s nostalgia: Gallon Drunk
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:06pm RomanDogBird:

these guys need to try harder
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:10pm medson:

Good evening
  9:21pm Rick A.:

I am a regular WFMU listener. Fortunately, I am able to tune into this show and intended on doing so because of the theme. This is my 90s! I was listening to these bands living in the East Village and have seen each of the ones you have played so far. Is the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion on the playlist? They were a major part of my 90s as well. Thank you, for this show, and thank you, Matador Records for signing such great acts in the 90s.
  9:24pm Dan from Delco:

This is terrific
  Swag For Life Member 9:26pm -P-:

bonus points if you play any cassingles or dat tapes
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:27pm RomanDogBird:

aahhh what's this song it's so great
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:29pm RomanDogBird:

if you're gonna play breeders it oughta be divine hammer
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:30pm ultradamno:

I'd also suggest God Is My Co-Pilot.
  9:37pm sugarwerewolf:

Did any of you read Alternative Press?

(Class of '94 here)
  9:40pm Andrew D Plonsky:

Loving the music. Loving the conversation. I'm with you, maybe a couple years older, but close enough to get the 90s. Thanks!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:41pm ultradamno:

I just flashed on an odd memory of dancing to Primus in the McDonald's parking lot on McGalliard in Muncie..
  9:42pm Stashu n SWIVS:

Hi we love each one of you sweet little dumplings.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43pm adampsyche:

alternative press of course.

wait are we talking about the judgement night soundtrack?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:43pm RomanDogBird:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44pm adampsyche:

seen rage against the machine open for house of pain

later saw wu tang open for rage against the machine.

Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44pm nickybones:

The Dinosaur-Del song on this is awesome, though!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:44pm RomanDogBird:

love that little ding
  9:44pm devlawn:

Didn't the drummer from Helmet have a PhD in Math??
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:45pm RomanDogBird:

heh heh
heh heh
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:45pm adampsyche:

can't we talk about ME MYSELF AND MY MICROPHONE
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:47pm ultradamno:

If rap's on the table I want (Das) Efx!
Avatar 9:48pm JakeGhould:

Hey! I remember when Velocity Girl became a big deal in the zine world. That is all!
  Swag For Life Member 9:48pm -P-:

This is the best song on that soundtrack. That Onyx song is terrible. God, what an awful group. Sorry Onyx fans.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:49pm adampsyche:

the onyx/biohazard bromance was tough to endure, that was my last show in detroit i think 1994
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:54pm adampsyche:

the check your head tour was so much fun, their return to the state theater in detroit was a fun mess.

opening for them that year over four shows included firehose, basehead (state theater), L7, Rollins Band, House of Pain, and one other horrible band for halloween.
Avatar 9:55pm JakeGhould:

Most of the 1990s was tough to endure.
  9:56pm Rick A.:

If you are playing hip-hop, I would recommend Peter Rock and C.L. Smooth and Dr. Octagon, that might be my favorite hip-hop record.
Avatar 9:56pm slugluv1313:

Atari Teenage Riot YEAH!!!!!!!
  9:57pm Member Berry:

Oh I member Atari Teenage Riot
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:58pm RomanDogBird:

whoa atr shred
  9:58pm Member Berry:

Member Pop Will Eat Itself ?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:58pm adampsyche:

Avatar 9:59pm cosmic matrix:

chiocciolinna por italia italia
Avatar 9:59pm JakeGhould:

@RickA: Deltron too.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm ultradamno:

I thought the 90s were tough at the time, then the last three years happened.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm RomanDogBird:

are nirvarna from seattle
Avatar Swag For Life Member 9:59pm adampsyche:

wait wait who was on that chicago label, wax trax
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:00pm adampsyche:

Avatar 10:00pm JakeGhould:

@ultradamno: The 1990s were fashionably tough. Oof, there was some crappy fashion ideas back then.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:01pm adampsyche:

at least in the 90s we could smoke cigarettes while listening to this song without spousal disapproval?
Avatar 10:01pm JakeGhould:

1990s in fashion… en.wikipedia.org...
  10:02pm Rick A.:

Yeah, Deltron is great! Anything involving the Automator is worthwhile. That Deltron album was released in 2000 though maybe we can talk about the "long" 90s. Sadly, by 2000 Limp Bizkit was the rage.
Avatar 10:04pm JakeGhould:

@RickA: And… “Handsome Boy Modeling School” is 1999. So I will state “Waterworld” is a very good track on that album.
Avatar 10:07pm slugluv1313:

Revolting Cocks (thinking of their cover of "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy"!), My Life With the Thrill Kill Cult, Lords of Acid, etc. etc. etc.
Avatar 10:07pm JakeGhould:

Ahhh… Dave Kendall… A friend of mine in college saw him convulsing at a table in a crowded bar in the East Village back in the day. No seizure… A gal got up from under the table and sat back down at her chair.

  10:08pm medson:

I didn’t really dig the 90s.
Avatar 10:08pm slugluv1313:

@ JakeGould -- LOVE Handsome Boy Modeling School
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:08pm ultradamno:

I remember Ec8or better than them for some reason.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:09pm adampsyche:

paul's boutique my lawd
  10:10pm Member Berry:

Member Paul Bruno's Boutique ?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:10pm Ted the K:

ultimate 90's album - Guv'ner - Hard for Measy You? or maybe Truman's Water - Of Thick Tum - Polvo?
  Swag For Life Member 10:12pm -P-:

List of 120 Minutes hosts from wikipedia:
J.J. Jackson (1986)
Martha Quinn (1986)
Alan Hunter (1986)
Downtown Julie Brown (1980s)
Adam Curry (1987)
Carolyne Heldman (1980s)
Kevin Seal (1987-1989)
Dave Kendall (1989–1992)
Lewis Largent (1992–1995)
Matt Pinfield (1995–1999; 2011–2012)
Dave Holmes (1999–2000)
Jancee Dunn (2001)
Chris Booker (2001–2002)
Jim Shearer (2002–2003)
Avatar 10:13pm leylou:

in case your mind also would be stuck on "Judgement Night" like mine just did (for a mysterious reason linked to trying to remember where I had seen bits of that movie way back when), i've just watched the trailer and that was a boxing match, so a fight night, is what you were trying to remember..
  10:14pm Member Berry:

I ain't about that Insta life! Says Instagram celebrity Paul Bruno
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:17pm adampsyche:

dead milkmen hosting 120m when i was like 12 was my everything
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:21pm Scraps:

Nirvana had fucking HOOKS
  10:21pm devlawn:

as a canadian I'm mystified by MTV lore.
Avatar 10:24pm JakeGhould:

Going to add some band names here:

• Inspiral Carpets
• Jesus Jones
• Tad
• Lush
• Ride
• No Doubt
• James
• Soup Dragons
Avatar 10:25pm JakeGhould:

And Janes Addiction… Duh.
  10:25pm devlawn:

Pearl Jam had a big live show following, they could be the grateful dead of the generation. At one time they were releasing every show on CD.
  10:26pm devlawn:

Pearl Jam also were part of the War Against Ticketmaster. another failed war.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:27pm ultradamno:

Never lollapaloozed, but did go to a Monsters of Metal (or whatever it was called) with Slayer....and Alice In Chains at the bottom of the bill
Avatar 10:27pm JakeGhould:

“Adopt-a-palooza?” How about “Barkchella?”
  10:28pm Rick A.:

I went to the 1997 edition of Lollapalooza which was almost its last iteration. It was an odd hodgepodge: Tricky, Snoop Dogg, Tool, and the Orb. The only reason I went was because my friend won tickets off of the radio. I think sales were low that summer because the phenomenon was played out.
Avatar 10:28pm JakeGhould:

@slugluv1313: “They made me take off my top!”
  10:29pm Marcel M:

Nirvana basically sux but Bleach is the best album. This song kinda rules.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:29pm Scraps:

I realized I really liked Badmotorfinger, and they were basically metal. And I liked them. Suddenly I liked a metal album. Huh.
  10:29pm devlawn:

Y'all need to play some OG PJ Harvey. Love her 1st album.
  10:29pm Marcel M:

I'm driveway radioing it in front of the station lulz
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:30pm Scraps:

I luvd Nirvana. All of them.
  10:30pm Alex of Chicago:

I can speak to being 15/16 when Seattle bands broke while living in Seattle. Bands were hard to see for under-21s and under-18s especially. But we knew the bands because of friends and older siblings.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:30pm Scraps:

(I was born and grew up in Seattle.)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:30pm Matt Fiveash:

Mark from Pavement told me something surprising about that Lollapalooza tour you were talking about, which was that the Mighty Mighty Bosstones and the Jesus Lizard guys totally hit it off. He said he would guess that some of them probably still send each other Christmas cards every year.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:31pm ultradamno:

I also recall seeing Voivod with Faith No More and Soundgarden on the same bill. I tended to avoid grunge bands at the time (and to this day) though
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:32pm ultradamno:

Saw this band open for Firehose.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:32pm Scraps:

THis is another one with a great hook.
  10:32pm Member Berry:

I nearly lost interest there ......PJ Harvey - Dress! Yes!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:32pm Matt Fiveash:

This show goes really well with the muted World Series.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:32pm Scraps:

The bah bah bah bah.
  10:34pm Alex of Chicago:

Mudhoney was most respected in my circle. They did a show at the now defunct Seattle Arena that was all-ages and seemed huge at the time. Most people my age saw Nirvana for the first time on MTV. But it was something to be proud about.
  10:34pm Jay Wolf:

Screaming Trees were the tits!
  10:35pm steveL:

Watched all of this via MTV, through the veil of young parenthood in Fort Wayne Indiana. Not as satisfying as the punch of 80s hardcore, but it actually had a national audience, which was very new, especially for heavy and fast music.
  10:35pm Member Berry:

A dude at ,y school had a "Mark Arm For President" T-Shirt, fucking genius
Avatar 10:36pm slugluv1313:

@ JakeGould - Barkchella! hah!
being involved with animal rescue since like . . . FOREVER . . . my impression is that the Mayor's Alliance may have decided on "Adopt-A-Palooza" precisely b/c it is such an "old" and recognizable name . . .
  10:36pm Member Berry:

I feel we should have Beavis and Butthead rip this song apart
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:36pm Scraps:

I remember the bands before the bands that broke Seattle. The U-Men were awesome. Broke up in like 1990....
  10:37pm steveL:

Grunge was almost hippie music, but it had its moments, and some new horizons.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:37pm ultradamno:

U-Men were good. Saw them a couple of times.
Avatar 10:38pm leylou:

you got me interested in knowing more about the "Sassy" 'zine (as a 90's non-american teenager girl, who mostly encountered state-sanctioned french magazines the equivalent of "Seventeen"). I could only find this for now sassyzinearchive.blogspot.com... ; so maybe some lovely people would be interested in furnishing this resource, or a better google-free solution: by uploading the archive files somewhere else..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:39pm ultradamno:

U-Men flier from the second time I saw them, I think: twitter.com...
  10:39pm Member Berry:

Best TV moment of the 90s, L7 playing this on The Word ...major wardrobe malfunction
  10:39pm Alex of Chicago:

Lots of bands were around in Seattle that locals liked. Seaweed and Hammerbox were liked too. But it was something to see locals in TV, at least for a bit.
  10:40pm steveL:

L7. Loved it.
  10:41pm Member Berry:


2:44 .. she just decided to take her pants off on live TV ..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:42pm Scraps:

I worked in a record store, and I burned out on rock music for a few years. The nineties pulled me back. The Pixies especially, and Throwing Muses.
  10:43pm Rick A.:

Riding the nostalgia vibe, I saw L7 at the old Academy across from the old New York Times building. The Voluptuous Horror of Karen Black opened for them. I thought the latter a bit of a joke which I suppose they were.
Avatar 10:44pm JakeGhould:

@leyou: “Sassy” wasn’t exactly a zine. It was a mainstream magazine headed by Jane Pratt. I learned about “Nation of Ulysses” from “Sassy.”

And I learned about “Sassy” by gong to the zine store “See Here!” on East 7th near 2nd Avenue and buying some copies of “Teenage Gang Debs.” I discovered “Beat Happening” and “Bikini Kill” via that zine. And then “Sassy” as well. IT IS A SMALL WORLD!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45pm Scraps:

Ha, Alex, I still have all the Seaweed and the two Hammerbox albums, though I haven’t listened to them for at least twenty years
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:45pm ultradamno:

I went the other way, moving away from rock in the nineties to noise for a long time.
Avatar 10:46pm JakeGhould:

@Leyou: “Sassy” entry in Wikipedia here… en.wikipedia.org...
  10:47pm steveL:

Bikini Kill did NOT get the run they deserved in mid-America.
Avatar 10:48pm JakeGhould:

@steveL: But to be fair, by the time “Reject All American” came out they were just becoming a basic indie band.
Avatar 10:48pm leylou:

thanks @JakeGhould !
  10:50pm Alex of Chicago:

I think my generation of Seattleites we're just happy to have something other than Heart on the radio. We were probably listening to Bel Biv Devoe on the radio and liking it.
  10:51pm steveL:

"Romanticizing the dirtbag"
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:56pm Scraps:

I loved one Shudder to Think album, =Pony Express Record=
Avatar Swag For Life Member 10:58pm ultradamno:

Come on, Linklater's Beto commercials have taught people how to properly say "Ted"
  10:58pm Marc15:

Liz Phair sang that song that makes cheating on your significant other the thing to do
  10:59pm Alex of Chicago:

@Scraps I still like those Seaweed records, but maybe nostalgia. Remember Sadhappy?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:02pm Scraps:

Seaweed was fine! I just kinda.... stopped
  11:02pm Alex of Chicago:

Segue in into those whiney California bands coopting the term emo.
  11:03pm Hugh:

This is sounding like Michael Shelley's World's greatest music experts Alt-Rock Lite Version.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:03pm ultradamno:

Didn't The Effigies do some stuff with Epitaph? I seem to recall Albini saying somewhere how they and everyone else got stiffed by them.
  11:03pm JakeGhould:

Listened to “Exile in Guyville” last week. First time in years. Most of it feels dated. But “Mesmerizing” still is solid.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:04pm ultradamno:

Scratch that, I was thinking of Enigma
  11:04pm JakeGhould:

@steveL: “Romancing the Dirtbag” is a good name for a “Romancing the Stone” reboot.
  11:04pm Alex of Chicago:

Fastbacks, yes!
  11:05pm Daybreak the Teacher:

Ah...so the 90s are really just ‘90-‘94, the rest don’t count huh? When you were in High School?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:07pm ultradamno:

I feel like we need a Björk set.
  11:08pm JakeGhould:

What is that? An IKEA set of bowls?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:09pm ultradamno:

No, it would be the second song I'd clicky star.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11pm Scraps:

oh you! THANK you for playing the Fastbacks. They’re one of my favorite bands, and one of the bands I’ve most seen live, for twenty-five years. Awwwww!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:11pm Joe D.:

how do u guys feel about Lisa Loeb
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:12pm Scraps:

Joe, those glasses! Swoon
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:16pm ultradamno:

She kept good company: www.thewallpapersonline.com...
  11:19pm Alex of Chicago:

The Turks were as good as any intro to Crypt Records.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:28pm ultradamno:

Back From The Grave series was the best.
Avatar 11:34pm Andrew S:

tim warren would do the legwork digging the material for all those comps not like a lot of ripoff labels
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:35pm Scraps:

I need Silver Jews. (Fortunately I have them.)
  11:37pm fuccboi:

Sup mah niqqhas?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:38pm Scraps:

Oh man lots of times Railroad Jerk played on Lower East Side, Ave A, can’t remember the club....
  11:40pm old ERIC thee hat:

You guys are making me feel like I still love life! Thank you
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:41pm Mike Sin:

I still have my big gold Urge Overkill medallion that i got at the show in '93 from Blackie.
  11:41pm Bklyn Listener:

taking me back... great show!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:42pm Scraps:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:42pm Ken From Hyde Park:

Head-bobbin' music!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:44pm Scraps:

Your cat is bobbin a little faster Ken
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:45pm Ken From Hyde Park:

No, not quite in sync there.
  11:45pm devlawn:

#nationalism 3 hours no Canadian no UK
  11:45pm --[Fnord]<:

Nazi Trumps FUCK OFf!
  11:46pm Alex of Chicago:

For the 90s garage nerds, Estrus Records. Night.
  11:47pm devlawn:

I guess teanage fanclub sneaked in
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:48pm I am the Upsetter:

Gold star show!
  11:50pm McGreivey:

How did you know I wanted to hear About Child Bride next?????
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:51pm Scraps:


Love Franklin Bruno. This is a great great song!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:52pm Scraps:

Happy happy happy
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:54pm Scraps:

Yes, Tsumani!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:56pm Scraps:

But no Frank Black!

Another week!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:58pm Scraps:

Thank you people! So good!
Avatar 11:59pm Andrew S:

didnt hear cannonball for 20 years but heard it yesterday morning on cbc and now. First thing I think when that happens is someone died
  11:59pm Bklyn Listener:

Holy smokes!
  11:59pm devlawn:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:59pm I am the Upsetter:

Do a part two!
  Swag For Life Member 12:02am Mikey_B:

Grreat show
  12:16pm david watts:

This sounds like every day on the radio in Bend, OR....where it's always 1995!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 11:20am adrienn_e:

catching this 3 days later .. mostly all regulars in my personal playlist rotation. thumbbbs up
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