Options Record Roulette Club with DJ Henry: Playlist from January 13, 2020 Options

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Kind of like taking your parents record collection and getting drunk in a Radio Shack. Rock and Roll, Rhythm and Blues, Garage Punk, Regular Punk and Old-Fashioned Weirdos. Hopefully you have the patience for this fast-paced sonic impatience. Not recommended for the fan of 4 minute songs.

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Options January 13, 2020: GARAGE PUNK + PUNK ROCK + R&B + OLDIES +WEIRDOS +45rpm Madness!!

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Artist Track Album Label Approx. start time
THE HIGH NUMBERS  Heart Of Stone   Options 45rpm  DECCA   0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
THE TAMS  What Kind Of Fool   Options 45rpm  ABC PARAMOUNT   0:03:17 (Pop‑up)
THE M AND S BAND  Egg Roll   Options 45rpm  FUNK 45   0:05:16 (Pop‑up)
THE FONTAINE SISTERS  Take A Step   Options 45rpm  DOT   0:07:20 (Pop‑up)
LOS PEPES  Here Comes The Darkness   Options Automatic 7"  BELUGA MUSIC / WANDA   0:11:21 (Pop‑up)
THE RUBS  Why Did Your Love Run Out   Options Impossible Dream  HOZAC   0:13:43 (Pop‑up)
PIERO UMILIANI  Mah-Na-Mah-Na   Options 45rpm  ARIEL   0:16:21 (Pop‑up)
THE THORNTON SISTERS  I Keep Forgetting   Options 45rpm  CUPPY   0:18:28 (Pop‑up)
TOOTS & THE MAYTALS  Monkey Man   Options Monkey Man  TROJAN   0:20:27 (Pop‑up)
WAYNE WALKER  All I Can Do Is Cry   Options 45rpm  ABC PARAMOUNT   0:23:56 (Pop‑up)
THE MOVING SIDEWALKS  99th Floor   Options 99th Floor  EVA   0:26:04 (Pop‑up)
GANG OF FOUR  Damaged Goods   Options Entertainment!  EMI   0:28:21 (Pop‑up)
JAY REATARD  Tiny Little Home   Options Watch Me Fall  MATADOR   0:33:21 (Pop‑up)
THE CLASH  Career Opportunities   Options The Clash  CBS   0:35:13 (Pop‑up)
THE TURTLES  Chief Kamanawanalea (We're The Royal Macadamia Nuts)   Options The Turtles Present The Battle Of The Bands  WHITE WHALE   0:37:05 (Pop‑up)
THE PANDORAS  The Hump   Options Its About Time  VOXX   0:38:36 (Pop‑up)
MICHAEL YONKERS  Jasontown   Options Microminiature Love (reissue)  SUB POP   0:40:31 (Pop‑up)
PETE & REPEAT  But I Still Do   Options 45rpm  BETHLEHEM   0:43:11 (Pop‑up)
THE SENSATIONAL NIGHTINGALES  Morning Train   Options Best Of The Sensational Nightingales  MCA SPECIAL PRODUCTS   0:45:51 (Pop‑up)
THE GESTURES  Run, Run, Run   Options 45rpm  SOMA   0:48:11 (Pop‑up)
THE FIVE EMPREES  Little Miss Sad   Options 45rpm  FREEPORT   0:50:29 (Pop‑up)
THE STOOGES  Johanna   Options Rubber Legs  FAN CLUB   0:54:35 (Pop‑up)

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Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:58pm Jan Turkenburg:

and counting :-)
Avatar 2:00pm recordrouletteclub:

Avatar 2:00pm Martinibomb:

yooo how's it hangin' RRC?!!
Avatar 2:01pm recordrouletteclub:

HEY JT & Martini!!
Avatar 2:05pm Martinibomb:

Whatcha been up to since last we spoke?
Avatar 2:06pm recordrouletteclub:

Ohhhh..ya know...making radio shows and playing the drums and working....YOU?
Avatar 2:09pm Martinibomb:

That's kinda what I do every day as well! Hah Except more synths/organ/keys than drums
Avatar 2:10pm Martinibomb:

tho I am into programming drums/finger drumming so do a lot of that every day
Avatar 2:10pm Mr Fab:

Danny Boooooooy!
Avatar 2:11pm recordrouletteclub:

Casio MT-500 with drum pads is what started me on the real drums!!
Avatar 2:11pm recordrouletteclub:

Avatar 2:12pm Martinibomb:

^ hell yes! I love those old casios totally underated
Avatar 2:12pm Sem:

Gimme some etcetera in 4/4, w/ a twist.
Greets, DJ Henry, and all in the house.
Avatar 2:13pm recordrouletteclub:

Hey SEM!!
Avatar 2:14pm recordrouletteclub:

Casio SK-1 changed EVERYTHING for me!!
Avatar 2:15pm Martinibomb:

A friend had the sk-1 and that's what got me into synths/samplers for sure. I still use a Casio as they make pretty good digital piano
Avatar 2:17pm recordrouletteclub:

I bought a Maschine 16-pad sampler thingy a few years back and it kicked my ASS. Its still sitting there just waiting for me to figure it out. I wasn't the most intuitive thing for me..
Avatar 2:18pm Mr Fab:

"Mah-Na-Mah-Na"! From KTels "Goofy Greats" a very important album to my young self.
Avatar 2:20pm Martinibomb:

@RRC I'm pretty into that kind of MPC type production tho I do not have the Machine. I have an old school MPC 1000 that I love to death. Used to have the old 2000xl in the 90s
Avatar 2:21pm Martinibomb:

@RRC & Fab there are some really fantastic hardware samplers *Finally* starting to come out since maybe 2000.
Avatar 2:22pm recordrouletteclub:

I just wish that the software wasn't so much of a factor with the samplers now, but that's just the way of the present and future..
Avatar 2:23pm Martinibomb:

I am rather excited about the 1010 Blackbox and the Isla Sp2400. Good chance I may pick up one of those in 2020.
Avatar 2:23pm Martinibomb:

@RRC yeh I prefer the stand alone unit to being tied to a computer
Avatar 2:24pm Martinibomb:

That 1010 Blackbox may be right up your alley and Mr Fab it's got a really easy gong workflow. It's tiny and you can power on a usb brick for portability. Plus it does disc streaming so you can drop a huge amount of audio on a tiny sd card
Avatar 2:26pm recordrouletteclub:

MARTINI-Who makes the Blackbox 1010?
Avatar 2:26pm Martinibomb:

Yeah a company called 1010. They have mostly made modular synths and are a great company from what I understand.
Avatar 2:27pm Martinibomb:

I am saving up for one right now LOL.. I've got bad gear lust for that Blackbox right now
Avatar 2:27pm recordrouletteclub:

1010 is a great digital name!!
Avatar 2:28pm Martinibomb:

^Hah yeah I thought so too
Avatar 2:29pm recordrouletteclub:

I like the simplicity (at least from first look on a computer)
Avatar 2:30pm Martinibomb:

Yes, exactly it has an uncomplicated workflow
Avatar 2:31pm recordrouletteclub:

Do you want a Maschnie Sampler for cheap?
Avatar 2:31pm Martinibomb:

you can plugin usb midi play pads/keys etc.. with it
Avatar 2:32pm Martinibomb:

No, the machine doesn't fit into my setup. But from my understanding you shouldn't have an issue selling it for a decent price they seem to hold their value for a controller.
Avatar 2:33pm recordrouletteclub:

I hear ya
Avatar 2:33pm Martinibomb:

I've sort of attained equilibrium with my music setup and I cringe at the thought of adding another piece of gear to learn. The blackbox does fit in tho I could get rid of my DAW for the most part.
Avatar 2:40pm Mr Fab:

I think I was really put off by Jay Reatard's name, i figured, how could he be with a name like that? But keep hearing good things, so should really check him out.
Avatar 2:41pm recordrouletteclub:

Avatar 2:43pm Mr Fab:

Will put it on my to-do list!
Avatar 2:46pm Martinibomb:

IS that a stage name?
Avatar 2:47pm recordrouletteclub:

Must be. His previous band was THE REATARDS
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:51pm Jan Turkenburg:

Good show, Danny! Thanks!
Avatar 2:52pm Mr Fab:

I will be filling in for Spacebrother Greg on "Stop Hitting Yourself" today - i will welcome you to my Den of Sin! Squares beware!
Avatar 2:53pm Martinibomb:

^Can't wait mmmmhahahahhah
Avatar 2:54pm Martinibomb:

Thanks Danny!
Avatar 2:55pm recordrouletteclub:

Avatar 2:56pm Mr Fab:

Great stuff DJ DJ. Kinda disturbing when I think about how long ago those Clash and Gang of 4 records came out, but nice to hear 'em again.
Avatar 2:56pm recordrouletteclub:

FAB--Those are timeless, GREAT LPs!!
Avatar 2:59pm Sem:

Thx! Been a ton o'fun. Later!
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