A mind-breaking, art-damaged mediascape of found sounds, forgotten records and freakform audio collage. Use only as directed.
A mind-breaking, art-damaged mediascape of found sounds, forgotten records and freakform audio collage. Use only as directed.
My pal DJ F.U. and I scraped the bottom of the by-now fetid and rotten punk rock barrel to serve up another round of hits, misses and all out mayhem, in this sequel to last year’s punk rock massacre Rock Or Die!
It was a lot of fun. F.U. played some amazing sets. We had just learned minutes before the show that the last living original Ramone, Tommy Erdelyi, had just passed away. Neither of us had brought any Ramones records but we found a few CDs in KBOO’s library. Outside World host Daniel kindly carried the tribute a few minutes into his show.
Hope you enjoy the show. We had a lot of fun and I’m sure we’ll do it again.
Spinitron Playlist [Times: 10:00PM to 12:00AM]
10:00PM Jack Klugman “Quincy Punk Episode” from “YouTube”
10:01PM SNFU “Real Men Don’t Watch Quincy” from “Real Men Don’t Watch Quincy EP”
10:03PM Angry Samoans “Lights Out” from “Back From Samoa”
10:03PM Angry Samoans “My Old Man’s A Fatso” from “Back From Somoa”
10:05PM The Frantix “My Dad’s A Fucking Alcoholic” from “7””
10:08PM Nina Hagen “Tv-Glotzer (White Punks On Dope)” from “Nina Hagen Band 10″”
10:14PM D.R.I. “Mad Man” from “Dealing With It”
10:15PM Radio Birdman “Aloha Steve & Danno” from “Radios Appear (UK Edition)”
10:19PM Feederz “Have You Never Been Mellow” from “Ever Feel Like Killing Your Boss?”
10:22PM The Pagans “What’s This Shit Called Love?” from “Shit Street”
10:24PM The Child Molesters “(I’m the) Hillside Strangler” from “Hillside Strangler 7″”
10:27PM Set break — DJ F.U. Set
10:27PM The Plugz “La Bamba” from “Electrify Me”
10:30PM The Plugz “In the Wait” from “Better Luck”
10:34PM The Plugz “El Clavo Y La Cruz” from “Better Luck”
10:37PM Flipper “Life Is Cheap” from “Album – Generic Flipper”
10:41PM Dead Kennedys “Chemical Warfare” from “Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables” (usa)
10:44PM Dead Kennedys “Man With the Dogs” from “Give Me Convenience or Give Me Death”
10:47PM Dead Kennedys “This Could Be Anywhere” from “Frankenchrist”
10:53PM Flipper “Sex Bomb” from “Sex Bomb Baby!”
10:58PM Set break — Rich Set
11:00PM Suicidal Tendencies “I Saw Your Mommy” from “Suicidal Tendencies”
11:04PM The Dicks “Fake Bands” from “Recorded Live At Raul’s Club”
11:06PM The Dicks “Dicks Hate Police” from “Recorded Live At Raul’s Club”
11:08PM The Vandettas “Atheists Rock” from “Atheists Rock 7″”
11:11PM Set break
11:12PM Minutemen “If Reagan Played Disco” from “Bean Spill EP”
11:14PM Minutemen “Case Closed” from “Bean Spill EP”
11:15PM Pere Ubu “Birdies” from “The Art of Walking”
11:17PM Pop-O-Pies “New York” from “Joe’s Second Album”
11:19PM Flipper “HA HA HA” from “Blow’n Chunks”
11:21PM Crime “Hot Wire My Heart” from “Murder By Guitar”
11:24PM Chrome “Meet You In the Subway” from “Subterranean Modern”
11:27PM Set break — DJ F.U. Set
11:29PM Bad Brains “God Of Love” from “God of Love” (usa)
11:32PM Bad Brains “How Low Can a Punk Get?” from “Rock for Light”
11:34PM Bad Brains “Banned In D.C.” from “Bad Brains”
11:37PM Selector “On My Radio” from “On My Radio”
11:41PM The Specials “Gangsters” from “The Best of the Specials (Remastered)”
11:43PM The Beat “Ranking Full Stop” from “I Just Can’t Stop It (Deluxe Edition)”
11:46PM The Specials “Concrete Jungle” from “The Best of the Specials (Remastered)”
11:49PM The Ramones “Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment” from “Leave Home”
11:51PM The Ramones “53rd and 3rd” from “The Ramones”
11:53PM The Ramones “Now I Wanna Be A Good Boy” from “Leave Home”
11:56PM The Ramones “Today Your Love, Tomorrow The World” from “The Ramones”
11:58PM Set break — Music over and under DJ – Ramones: I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend (Demo version)
11:58PM Tommy Erdelyi “Rockaway Beach” from “YouTube”
I’ve been meaning to post this for some time but didn’t. I meant to present a more edited, expanded version, using stuff that didn’t make the cut by airtime and to also address the censoring of FCC-unfriendly language that was necessary to the show’s running time before what we call in radio ‘safe harbor‘ (you can’t say shit before 10pm on the public airwaves). I also wanted to cut out the frequent pitching breaks, as this was a pledge drive special for the station. We actually raked in a fair amount of cash for the station! Yay! So, think of that when you hear them.
But here it is. It was a joint effort between Daniel F. of The Outside World, Mr. CutUpSound Jim Larrance and myself and it aired on May 9th. Jim and I created montages to form the foundation of the program and Daniel deftly hosted and played music and Burroughs bits where he felt so moved and Jim also did some pretty cool live cutting up in the studio. It was a fun collaboration and I hope you like it.
I still might make the blown out, cut-up, director’s cut megamix version of this in the future.
Download (293.4 megs @ 192kbps)
I filled in for The Seamstress of Sound. Seemingly sounding stressed, I pressed on.
Kill Ugly Radio (Music) with Rich L. 06/26/2014 10:00PM to 12:00AM
10:00PM KBOO Community Radio “Promo Spots” from “Promo Spots”
10:02PM Lalo Schifrin “What’s Wrong?” from “THX-1138 OST”
10:03PM DJ ManRich “You Too, Casey” from “Casey Kasem Memorial Mix”
10:09PM Set break
10:10PM The Rudy Schwartz Project “A Cup of Coffee with Olan Soulé” from “Winter Dance of the Koala Sperm Harvest”
10:13PM The Rudy Schwartz Project “The Guy from the N.S.A.” from “Winter Dance of the Koala Sperm Harvest”
10:17PM Men’s Recovery Project “Boums to Zanzibar” from “The Very Best of Men’s Recovery Project”
10:19PM Lovely Little Girls “Massive Vulva Cantaloupe” from “Cleaning the Filth from a Delicate Frame”
10:23PM Lovely Little Girls “Undulate” from “Cleaning the Filth from a Delicate Frame”
10:28PM Noah Creshevsky “Great Performances (excerpt)” from “The Tape Music of Noah Creshevsky”
10:28PM Sonic Youth “Anagrama” from “SRY I”
10:28PM David Thomas “Sloop John B.” from “Vocal Performances” — Played simultaneously w/Sonic Youth
10:31PM Sonic Youth “Mieux: De Corrosion” from “SYR I”
10:33PM C.B. Anderson and Robert F. Woods “God Is More: True or False” from “Guess Who’s Here? God!”
10:37PM Eugene Chadbourne “Taxman” from “LSD C&W”
10:40PM Noah Creshevsky “Great Performances (excerpt)” from “The Tape Music of Noah Creshevsky”
10:41PM Renaldo & the Loaf “Bali Whine” from “Songs for Swinging Larvae”
10:42PM Snakefinger “Magic and Ecstasy” from “Chewing Hides the Sound”
10:45PM Goblin “Suspiria Theme (excerpt)” from “Suspiria”
10:48PM Heldon “Interface (excerpt)” from “Interface”
10:49PM Goblin “Suspiria Theme (excerpt)” from “Suspiria”
10:52PM Heldon “Interface (excerpt)” from “Interface”
10:54PM Neung Phak “Wai Wai Wai” from “Neung Phak 2″
10:58PM Lalo Schifrin “Primitive Dance” from “THX-1138 OST”
11:01PM Set break
11:03PM The Credibility Gap “Spots” from “Fiji Puzzle Box”
11:06PM Pastor Kenneth Haystead “Thoughts For The Day” from “Thoughts For The Day 7″”
11:12PM L. Ron Hubbard “March of the Psychlos” from “Battlefield Earth”
11:15PM László Hortobágyi “Russian Chakra” from “6th All – India Music Conference”
11:23PM Voodoo Transmission “Voodoo Fire” from “Voodoo Fire 12″”
11:24PM Lester Summerall “Bitten By Devils” from “Witch Doctor” — Mixed w/Voodoo Fire
11:26PM Bill Kurtis “Hamburgers Laced With LSD” from “TV” — Mixed w/Voodoo Fire/Witch Doctor
11:31PM No Artist “XXX (Closing Message)” from “Drastic Perversions”
11:31PM Voodoo Transmission “Crazy Jane” from “Voodoo Fire”
11:34PM National Lampoon “Madge Gets Bad News” from “National Lampoon Radio Hour”
11:35PM The Firesign Theatre “School Lunch Menu” from “School Lunch Menu”
11:38PM Coronet Films “Lunchroom Manners” from “Prelinger Archives”
11:41PM Don Preston “Electronic Music (1967)” from “Filters, Oscillators & Envelopes 1967-75″ — Mixed w/school film
11:48PM Jello Biafra “KBOO Radio ID” from “KBOO IDs”
11:48PM Rolf Semprebon “UBU Radio ID” from “KBOO IDs”
11:50PM Set break — Music behind DJ: Martin Denny – Moog Quiet Village
11:53PM Automat “Automat (The Rise)” from “Automat”
Odd little piece of Robert F. Kennedy assassination memorabilia that was assembled and produced by Doug Moody of Mystic Studios – who many may recall as the producer of those wonderful and sometimes wretched Mystic punk rock compilations of the mid-80s.
It’s a collection of audio from around the time of RFK’s assassination. It includes interviews with eyewitnesses, from people who came to believe immediately following that tragic event that perhaps there was a conspiracy to take his life, some recollections from people that knew Sirhan Sirhan and also some audio verite from the actual assassination. Each portion of the LP either begins or ends with a key speech by Robert Kennedy – including his chillingly ironic violence in America speech.
Apparently, Doug or perhaps RFK conspiracy theorist filmmaker Theodor Carach tried to sell it to Zappa’s Straight label but it ended up not coming out. I found this quote somewhere but lost my notes from whence it came (probably from one of the more esoteric corners of communities of people who collect Zappa interviews):
“A man came to us with some tapes. He had been making a documentary album about the assassination of Robert Kennedy and he had interviewed all these people and he had put together this really fantastic album. That was when we had the Bizarre label and the deal with Warner Brothers on the bizarre label was we could bring projects to them and they had the right to refuse them and they heard that and that’s why it never came out. They were afraid of it.”
I don’t think the film from where this audio comes from ever came to fruition, so perhaps because of or in spite of that, Moody assembled it into an LP and it eventually came out on Solar Records, but I am unsure of the year. It has a more-or-less functional entry on Discogs. Given that the Warner/Bizarre/Straight deal only lasted from 1969 to 1973, I am guessing it came out somewhere within that (missed) window of opportunity – give or take a year or two. Someone on Collector Frenzy talks about having a copy signed by Ted Carach and dated ’74, so we know it was no later than that. Back and to the left. Back and to the left.
The cover is an interesting illustration made on a typewriter simply using the letter ‘y’. Clever, eh?
A two-sided 7″ 33 1/3 RPM single put out by Norden Labs to promote a feline distemper vaccine, featuring TV’s Marlin Perkins.
Marlin, as you all know, was host of the long-running television program Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom from the 60’s and well into the 70’s
Here Marlin waxes scientifically about the existence of the Abominable Snowman and somehow – on side two – manages to relate it to the vaccine Felocine.
Download. (updated 5/24/14)
I Won’t Say I Love You/BW The Sheik of Araby
Low budget looking 7 inch 45 rpm I found in a christian thrift store.
I couldn’t pass it up; it had all the marks of a homemade record or at the very least a vanity recording of the type where some truck driver scraped up enough money to cut a record. Plus, it was from nearby Seaside Oregon, so my curiosity was doubly piqued.
How can I describe these recordings? On the a-side, one of the Lampien brothers (I’m assuming) croons a heartfelt love song while someone does a fair Helen Wiggins of The Shaggs impersonation, barely keeping time and switching the accent from snare to high-hat mid-song.
A-Side: I Won’t Say I Love You
On the flip, we have a swinging country song that incorporates the old standard The Sheik of Araby and while the drumming Lampien manages to keep time well enough this time around (I’m guessing the boys learned how studio playback worked by this point), the song incorporates a Donald Duck-like voice as counterpoint to the singing.
B-Side: The Sheik of Araby
I immediately rushed back to the store and bought every copy they had.
A favorite weird found seven inch I’ve had for years.
It’s a one-sided, 33 1/3 RPM that apparently was a training aid for stereo salespeople.
There’s somewhat of an attempt at production value and it’s plenty humorous, with a sort of Gary Owens-like announcer/narrator and a cute female voice that responds to everything with a coo or interjection like ‘groovy‘ or ‘dynamite‘.
The narrative runs us through the various features of the 9235 (whatever that was) with music and the sounds of adjustments being made.
The opening narrator refers to the recording as ‘a tape’, so this may have also been on cassette, open reel or 8-track tape and the inclusion on 7 inch may have been an afterthought.
It was plenty hammered by the time I found it – without a cover in the bottom of some 50 cent bin at a thrift store. I made no attempts to clean it up or compress it. I exported it at 320kbps, so have at it. It could probably use some de-clicking and some de-essing, especially on the girl’s parts. But there’s plenty of cool dialog and one-liners for you DJs looking for cool retro soundbites. As far as I know, this isn’t anywhere on the web.
I’ve played this many times on my radio shows. I really like it.
Download (re-up’d 05/22/14)
I included also one isolated sample in the zipfile because it’s both handy and I like it.