KOUG Show from 4/16/09April 17, 2009
Here’s the playlist:
Walter Murch/George Lucas – What’s Wrong? – THX-1138 OST
Francis Dhomont – Frankenstein Symphony
Laurie Anderson – D. Miller – You’re The Guy I Want To Share My Money With
Grotus – Good Evening – Slow Motion Apocalypse
Funkadelic – Cosmic Slop – Rocky Mountain Shakedown
Carl Crack – Mein Geist Ist Dein Geist – Ltd. 005 Black Ark
Blaine L. Reininger – Ich Will Music – Glossolalia
Eon – Fear is the Mindkiller (Sir Billy Remix)
Cabaret Voltaire – Neuron Factory – Plasticity
Pylon – Gravity – Gyrate
Pylon – Danger – Gyrate
Zen Guerrilla – Cold Duck – Trans State in Tongues
Current 93 – Lucifer Over London – Lucifer Over London 12″
Die Kreuzen – Pain – Die Kreuzen
Die Kreuzen – Sick People – Die Kreuzen
Ennio Morricone – A Gringo Like Me – Gunfight at Red Sands
Ralf Paulson – Bonanza (in German)
Petula Clark – Downtown (in German)
Dusty Springfield – Wishin’ and a Hopin’ (in German)
Wax Audio – Pink Jack – Mashed in Plastic
RIAA – Eraserhead Serenade – Mashed in Plastic
Gregory Jacobsen – Dance of the Retarded Girl Slumped Sideways – School of Ritualistic Errors
Gregory Jacobsen – Birthing Mr. Teratoma – School of Ritualistic Errors
John Zorn – Almadel – The Crucible
John Zorn – Shapeshifting – The Crucible
John Zorn – Maleficia – The Crucible
John Zorn – 9 x 9 – The Crucible
Artichoke – Anarchy in the UK – Never Mind the Bullocks
Jim Larrance – Flood Tape – Best of No Soap Radio
The Children’s Starlight Chorus – E.T., I Love You – E.T., I Love You and Other Extra-Terrestrial Songs
This show aired on April 16th, 2009 on WSU’s KOUG.
UPDATE FROM COMMENTS:
Cheers for playing a couple of tracks from Mashed in Plastic, gentlemen! Myself and the other three gents of 1086 Productions appreciate the play.
If your listeners would like to check out the rest of the album, we’d definitely encourage them to do so:
And great show too. After having this show brought to our attention and giving it a full listen, we’ll definitely be checking into future shows. Solid work.
Thanks, Mr. Black, and Bob Bless the crew of the good ship 1086!
I previously blogged about MiP here.