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29
Apr 2014

Dub Night: Transmission 115, 2014 April 14

1510003_644344258953887_7087843835897400082_n.jpgBack in January--it must have been--DJ Leon and I were talking radio over a pint and decided to do a collaborative show sometime. I thought at the time that "sometime" would probably happen in a few days. But here we are, in April, and "Dub Night" is finally upon us. Listen to this one with your "large bins" engaged.

This was pretty much improvisational, and a lot of good material went unused. So of course we'll have to do it again. Sometime.

My initiation into reggae was sort of backwards, as many of my initiations have been. I knew and loved dub well before I developed a taste for roots. As I mention in the program, Linton Kwesi Johnson was the catalyst; I loved the old On-U Sound records, especially Dub Syndicate and Singers & Players, as well. What I didn't think to mention in the program was that I had "formative radio experiences" with two great reggae DJs at my hometown station.

One was Gary Saylin, who, I think, might still be there. He had a daytime weekend show on which he played roots, ska, African, and Hawaiian (!) music. It was a really upbeat show, but I was too heavy & depressed to truly appreciate it fully back in the day.

Then there was Nahum Chandler, a.k.a. "The Sorcerer," who brought the heavy heaviness on Sunday nights. He was a poet as well, which fit perfectly with the LKJ / Bovell stuff he would occasionally play, as well as Michael Smith, whose record graces this program. I do have a faint recollection of walking into the studio one night, after having come on board, and seeing a mysterious cloud hovering beneath the studio ceiling one night when the Sorcerer was at the controls. I say "faint" because I don't fully trust my recollection and don't want to get him in trouble; that would have been against the rules, don't you know.

I am neither as smiley as Gary nor as substantial as the Sorcerer. I can only be neurotic and distracted self, with a little help from time to time.

BOMBAST playlist, 2014 April 14, 1900-2100

  1. "Dub Poem" | Mutabaruka | The Mystery Unfolds | Tuff Gong
  2. "Janet Dub" | Billy Boyo | The Very Best of Me | L & R
  3. "Harder Shade of Black" | Augustus Pablo | Santic + Friends: An Even Harder Shade of Black | Pressure Sounds
  4. "Reminiah Dub" | Sly and the Revolutionaries | Reminah Dub | Original Music
  5. "Picture or No Picture" | Michael Smith | Mi Cyaan Believe It | Mango UK | "Physical Evidence"
  6. "Dub Fire" | Aswad | Crucial Tracks (Best of Aswad) | Mango
  7. "Original Raggamuffin Dub" | Michael Prophet / Scion Success / John Holt | Super Star Mix Tp. 2 | Life Music
  8. "Ai Bod" | Llwybr Llaethog | Da! | Side Effects
  9. "Streets of Gold (Version)" | The Heptones | release unknown | label unknown
  10. "Ganja Smuggling Version" | Roots Radics Band | Ganja Smuggling | Jah Guidance
  11. "Black 'n' White" / "Mi Feel It" | Michael Smith | Mi Cyaan Believe It | Mango UK | "Physical Evidence"
  12. "Old Time Dub" | Mungo's Hi-Fi | Sound System Champions | Scotch Bonnet
  13. "Free 1" | Sound Iration | Sound Iration In Dub | WAU! Mr. Modo
  14. "Immortal Drums" | Bongo Herman | Soldier Round the Corner | TEEM
  15. "Fire" | 23 Skidoo | Urban Gamelan | Illuminated
  16. "Only Jah Dub" | Roots Radics Meet Soul Syndicate | In Dub | Razor Sound
  17. "Three Blind Mice" / "Three Times Three" | Leo Graham | Shocks of Mighty 1969-1974 | Attack
  18. "Headline News" | Mikey Dread | African Anthem | Cruise
  19. "Looks Like We're Shy One Horse / Shoot Out" | Colourbox | Baby I Love You So | 4AD
  20. "Cosmic Jugalbandi (Part 1)" | Suns of Arqa | Solar Activity 1979-2001 | EMI
  21. "Black Heart" | Keith Hudson & Soul Syndicate | Heavyweight Sound | Blood & Fire
  22. "Satan Side" | The Dub Syndicate | Classic Selection Volume 1 | On-U Sound
  23. "Love & Fire" | Ruts DC / Mad Professor | Dub or Die Vol:2 | ROIR
  24. "Give Me Little Dub Music" | Michael Smith | Mi Cyaan Believe It | Mango UK | "Physical Evidence"

next time: a mother, enraged. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

25
Apr 2014

Vocoders in the Spring: Transmission 114, 2014 April 13

400blowskisskill.jpgAs I think I have explained before--but who knows? I cannot retain anything these days--sometimes I am on the air as a pretense for getting other things done at the station. This was such a time. The computer needed special attention, and DJ Dronestrike was grounded, so there I was, as I so often seem to be.

It's a safe bet--though I don't know where you would book it--that some anomalous stuff happened during this broadcast. And I don't mean Tom Snyder's Manson interview. But we are what we are, at this point. That His Name Is Alive track comes dangerously close to the irony I once promised not to deliver, but I do like it. I do.

BOMBAST playlist, 2014 April 13, 2300-0100 April 14:

  1. "Dream Topping" | The Durutti Column | The Guitar and Other Machines | Factory Once
  2. "No Accommodation for Lagos" | Tony Allen & Afrika 70 | No Accommodation for Lagos | Kindred Spirits
  3. "Conscience" | 400 Blows | If I Kissed Her I'd Have to Kill Her First | Illuminated | "Physical Evidence"
  4. "Crazy Talk" | The Loafers | Beat From Badsville, Vol. 3 | Stag-O-Lee
  5. "Declaration of Intent (remixed)" | 400 Blows | If I Kissed Her I'd Have to Kill Her First | Illuminated | "Physical Evidence"
  6. "What Wouldn't You Do" | Fay | Deathwatch | Time No Place
  7. "What is there to protect" | Minilogue | The Island of If | Cocoon
  8. "Tarzan" | Glen Reeves and His Rock-Billys | Beat From Badsville, Vol. 3 | Stag-O-Lee
  9. "Flipside" | Fedele, SINN, & Louis Kolben | Colourful Summer Sampler | Colourful
  10. "Sunday Owls" | Fenster | The Pink Caves | Morr
  11. "Lapwing Chant" | 400 Blows | If I Kissed Her I'd Have to Kill Her First | Illuminated | "Physical Evidence"
  12. "Pangaea Ultima" | Steve Moore | Pangaea Ultima | Spectrum Spools
  13. "Synced Below" | Massimiliano Pagliara | Correspondant Compilation 02 | Correspondant
  14. "For Jackie M" | 400 Blows | If I Kissed Her I'd Have to Kill Her First | Illuminated | "Physical Evidence"
  15. "Man on the Silver Mountain" | His Name Is Alive | The Dirt Eaters | 4AD
  16. "Surrealchemist" | Stereolab | Peng! | Too Pure
  17. "Speak Silence" | Drumcell | Speak Silence | CLR

next time: immortal dubs. enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

24
Apr 2014

Deconstruction Services: Transmission 113, 2014 April 9

barmyarmykennydalglish.jpegWe seem to have entered one of those periods in which I can do nothing right. This episode has some technical errors in it--thank goodness the WRFI mission statement urges us to "strive" for excellence. If it weren't for the striving, I would just be bad sometimes.

Ok, I am just bad sometimes.

Anyway, I did mean well. I do love the old Adrian Sherwood singles, even the later, more "processed" sounding ones such as "Sharp As A Needle." Liverpool, by the way, did go on to beat Man City four days later, so I can at least say I did no harm.

Finally, where on earth is Michael Allen? Does he tweet? (Does he use Google Alert?) This forum has rustled up some celebrities, intentionally and unintentionally. This would be an intentional case.

BOMBAST playlist, 2014 April 9, 2100-2300:

  1. "Cream Theme" | Mouse on Mars | Spezmodia | Monkeytown
  2. "Sharp As A Needle" | The Barmy Army | Sharp As A Needle | On-U Sound | "Physical Evidence"
  3. "Flipsville" | Stormy Gayle | Beat From Badsville, Vol. 3 | Stag-O-Lee
  4. "Myrrh Is Rising" | Clay Rendering | Waters Above the Firmament | Hospital Productions
  5. "Pinball Cha-Cha" | Yello | 1980-85 The New Mix In One Go | Vertigo
  6. "The Island of If" | Minilogue | The Island of If | Cocoon
  7. "Coco Serenade" | The Left Arm of Buddha | Monkey's Affair | Stag-O-Lee
  8. "Hustler" | Tony Allen & Africa 70 | Jealousy | Kindred Spirits
  9. "Hiwa-Mata Noboru" | The Golden Cups | Big Lizard Stomp - Teen Trash from Psychedelic Tokyo 1966-1969 | Bamboo
  10. "Western Electric" | Lord of the Isles | 301C Symphony | Permanent Vacation
  11. "Softcore (Chloe Remix)" | Troy Pierce | Softcore EP | Items & Things
  12. "Yo Sa Bi Da" | The Mops | Slitherama - Psychedelic Tokyo 1966-1969 | Bamboo
  13. "Future Modular" | Planetary Assault Systems | Future Modular EP | Mote Evolver
  14. "Death in Vegas (Richard Fearless)" | AV | Mort a Vegas EP | Police - Modulor
  15. "Sharp As A Needle (Bonus Beats)" | The Barmy Army | Sharp As A Needle | On-U Sound | "Physical Evidence"
  16. "God Is Not a Dick" | 50 Foot Wave | not on album | self-released
  17. "Time" | Monkey Safari | Watching the Stars | Monaberry
  18. "Bless My Brother" | The Wolfgang Press | Standing Up Straight | 4AD
  19. "Mean, Mean Man" | Wanda Jackson | Beat From Badsville, Vol. 3 | Stag-O-Lee
  20. "Seit Nuin" | Dalglish | Niaiw Ot Vile | PAN
  21. "Face I" / "Face II" | Fay | Deathwatch | Time No Place
  22. "Syskreem" | Gamertag | You Don't Know Me | All City Dublin
  23. "Hot" | DJ Cam | Westside 2004-2007 | Inflamable
  24. "Quiet Pillage" | 23 Skidoo | Seven Songs | Ronin
  25. "Jungle Fever" | The Playboys | Beat From Badsville, Vol. 3 | Stag-O-Lee
  26. "England 2 Yugoslavia 0" | The Barmy Army | Sharp As A Needle | On-U Sound | "Physical Evidence"

next time: sometimes you find yourself apologizing for being on the air. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

21
Apr 2014

My Show Is Not Weird Enough: Transmission 112, 2014 April 2

radioniger.jpegI (mistakenly) believed we'd kick off a relatively sedate April with this program. Not that the program itself is mellow--Radio Niger is a wildly exciting release--but that I figured we might actually get caught up around here. HA. Slowly, I am learning that increased staff means increased variables, and increased chaos. Slowly I am learning this.

Anyway, yes, Radio Niger--it puts me and us to shame. I wonder (because I am too lazy to do the research myself, you see) whether Niger has any kind of FCC restricting what you can and can't do on the air. I do like looking for excuses, as my social betters have told me again and again. But we are coming up short around here, as even a partial listen to this album will tell you. Too much NPR, not enough "auto-tuning our own scene."

BOMBAST playlist, 2014 April 2, 2100-2300:

  1. "Gluttony - Dompteur Mooner Edit" | Rinder & Lewis | Elaste Volume 4 | Compost
  2. "Death on the Back of the Neck" | Unknown Artists | Radio Niger | Sublime Frequencies | "Physical Evidence"
  3. "Cutty Sark" | Vic Chesnutt | Drunk | New West | "Listening Parlour"
  4. "Logun" | Meta Meta | MetaL MetaL | Mais Um Discos
  5. "Auto-Tune Your Own Scene!" | Unknown Artists | Radio Niger | Sublime Frequencies | "Physical Evidence"
  6. "Horizon Effect" | Lord of the Isles | 301C Symphony | Permanent Vacation
  7. "Inside Looking Out" | The Spiders | Slitherama - Psychedelic Tokyo 1966-1969 | Bamboo
  8. "Speak Silence - Slumberman Remix" | Drumcell | Speak Silence | CLR
  9. "Agadez Fatimata" | Unknown Artists | Radio Niger | Sublime Frequencies | "Physical Evidence"
  10. "Broken Trains" | Patterns | Waking Lines | Melodic
  11. "What I'd Say" | The Sharp Hawks | Slitherama - Psychedelic Tokyo 1966-1969 | Bamboo
  12. "Hula" | Man Power | Correspondant Compilation 02 | Correspondant
  13. "Disco Maghreb" | El Mahdy Jr & Gulls | Rai Dubs | Boomarm Nation
  14. "Phonetrik" | Boozoo Bajou | 4 | Apollo
  15. "Hauka Possession Splendor" | Unknown Artists | Radio Niger | Sublime Frequencies | "Physical Evidence"
  16. "Exodus" | Footsie | King Original, Vol. 3 | Braindead
  17. "Omega Oscillator" | Jakob Skott | Amor Fati | El Paraiso
  18. "Sahel Drum-Machine Gun" | Unknown Artists | Radio Niger | Sublime Frequencies | "Physical Evidence"
  19. "East of Memphis" | Twilight Circus | Dub from the Secret Vaults | ROIR
  20. "Paradise" | Vince Watson | Planet Funk | Poker Flat

next time: keep hope in your heart and you'll never walk alone. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

18
Apr 2014

It’s 3 a.m. Somewhere: Transmission 111, 2014 March 29

leftarmofbuddhamonkeysaffair.pngThis "bonus" program happened on a Saturday evening. DJ Helen was ill, and...you know the rest. I was unprepared for this one--note how it sounds just as "prepared" as all my shows.

A lazy dj thing I used to do, back in the old days, was to play really long tracks. In theory, this gave me a chance to calm down and get organized. I don't remember either of those things happeneing all that often. At any rate, I more or less reverted to that on this evening, with "Bug in the Bass Bin" reviving our neglected "Croix de Bombast" feature. Not that it's unpleasant or anything.

Piece by piece, I'm confessing everything.

BOMBAST playlist, 2014 March 29, 2000-2200

  1. "Intro - Family" | Wen | Signals | Keysound
  2. "Got My Mojo Working" | The Golden Cups | Big Lizard Stomp - Teen Trash from Psychedelic Tokyo 1966-1969 | Bamboo
  3. "Yere Africa" | Peter King | Omo Lewa | Secret Stash
  4. "14.06.13" | Hardway Bros | Correspondant Compilation 02 | Correspondant
  5. "No Soul" | Khan | The Enlightenment Machine | Album Label
  6. "Caltrops" | Geoffroy Mugwump & DC Salas | Correspondant Compilation 02 | Correspondant
  7. "R4 Dub" | El Mahdy Jr & XJ | Rai Dubs | Boomarm Nation
  8. "Fyne" | Lord of the Isles | 301C Symphony | Permanent Vacation
  9. "Arabian Calypso" | The Left Arm of Buddha | Monkey's Affair | Stag-O-Lee
  10. "Excess Mortality" | Conforce | Kinetic Image | Delsin
  11. "Gimme Some Lovin'" | The Savage | Slitherama - Psychedelic Tokyo 1966-1969 | Bamboo
  12. "Ooze" | Streetwalker | Ooze EP | Diagonal
  13. "Bug in the Bass Bin" | The Dirtbombs | Party Store | In the Red
  14. "Real Up" | Gulls | Patterns Is Life | Boomarm Nation
  15. "Volition" | Andy Fairley | Fishfood vs The Birth of Sharon | Bristol Archive
  16. "Before the Fire" | Gallon Drunk | Before the Fire | Clouds Hill
  17. "Future Modular - Subtracted Mix" | Planetary Assault Systems | Future Modular EP | Mote Evolver
  18. "3AM" | Patrice Scott | Dubfire - a Transmission | Sci+ Tec

next time: outlaw radio. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

11
Apr 2014

He’ll Pop Your Dreams Like They Were Bubbles: Transmission 110, 2014 March 26

medway-powerhouse-volume-1.jpegOh, hi there. How have you been? Good, good. So you're still listening, huh? Wow. Okay. Here, have a mixtape.

Things were supposed to happen on this night, and other things happened instead. Anyway, it is true that "Medway nights are always special," even if they are backup plans and even though there have only been maybe 3 of them. Truth is truth.

Much has happened since I last posted something. A lot of it not good! But the station got a live twitter feed right in the studio, so I had to join. I guess. Here I am.

What's funniest about this is that Lady Catharsis joined too, and she has more followers than I do. I think I said in my first-ever WRFI show that she'd be more popular than I would.

BOMBAST playlist, 2014 March 26, 2100-2300:

  1. "Stairs" | The Soft Hills | Departure | Tapete
  2. "The Supreme Court" | Bostro Pesopeo | Cheer Up EP | Permanent Vacation
  3. "Black Elk Speaks" | Thee Mighty Caesars | Medway Powerhouse Vol. 1 | Hangman
  4. "Lunar" | Wen | Signals | Keysound
  5. "The Train Kept A Rollin'" | Auntie Vegetable | Medway Powerhouse Vol. 1 | Hangman
  6. "Survivability Inside the Bubble" | Colo | UR | KI
  7. "Converse" | Red Rack 'Em | I Trusted You | RAMP
  8. "All the Time" | Tom Waits | Orphans | ANTI-
  9. "Sex Is a Language" | Andy Fairley | Fishfood vs The Birth of Sharon | Bristol Archive
  10. "Panarama Bar Shit" | Vtgnike | Dubna | Other People
  11. "Second to No One" | The Discords | Medway Powerhouse Vol. 1 | Hangman
  12. "Raga: Madhuvanti" | Charanjit Singh | Elaste Volume 4 | Compost
  13. "Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" | Leonard Nimoy | Spaced Out: The Best of Leonard Nimoy & William Shatner | UMG
  14. "Peugeot 504 (Gulls Mix)" | El Mahdy Jr & XJ | Rai Dubs | Boomarm Nation
  15. "Hard Lovin' Man" | The Gruffmen | Medway Powerhouse Vol. 1 | Hangman
  16. "Exploding Head Movie" | Stereolab, Nurse With Wound | Crumb Duck | self-released
  17. "Ivor" | The Daggermen | Medway Powerhouse Vol. 1 | Hangman
  18. "P.P.O. Kissin' Behinds" | Sleaford Mods | Austerity Dogs | Sleaford Mods
  19. "Everything's Alright" | Outcast | Slitherama - Psychedelic Tokyo 1966-1969 | Bamboo
  20. "Monkey's Affair" | The Left Arm of Buddha | Monkey's Affair | Stag-O-Lee
  21. "The Kingdom of Heaven Is At Hand" | Michoacan | The Blue Collection | Eskimo
  22. "Nenekri - Kalabrese Remix Multi Culti Edit" | Crowdpleaser | Nenekri (Remixes) | Multi Culti
  23. "Fire" | Auntie Vegetable | Medway Powerhouse Vol. 1 | Hangman
  24. "Mighty Mighty" | Baby Huey | The Baby Huey Story: The Living Legend | Curtom
  25. "Borstal Breakout" | Bored | Scuzz | Bang!
  26. "Yellow" | Schiller | Sun (Chill Out Edition) | 7star
  27. "If You Knew" | Thor's Hammer | If You Knew: Icelandic Punk & Beat '65-'67! | Ugly Pop
  28. "The End (Will Be Pretty)" | Khan | The Enlightenment Machine | Album Label

next time: croix de Bombast returns. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

3
Apr 2014

Senses Take Over As We Start To Float: Transmission 109, 2014 March 23

tambalashaw.jpgAppearances notwithstanding, I am not on the air "90 percent of the time" [sheesh] and only occasionally do I have an "itch" to do something aside from the regular Wednesday night "mothership" program. My life outside of radio is a full and imaginative one (alright, perhaps not imaginative), and BOMBAST takes work (again, appearances notwithstanding). I don't always have a specific thing to do with extra airtime, so these extra programs tend to happen after failed attempts to give it away.

Happily this program is a whole 'nother thing. The day prior, I was just living my "full and imaginative" life when what should appear in my inbox but a couple of audio files sent by Rudy Tambala? He should require no introduction, but in case you need one, he was effectively one-half of Hall of Legends inductees A.R.Kane. He also had a hand in M|A|R|R|S, Inrain, and Sufi. The audio files were unreleased demos, recorded with Alison Shaw of Cranes fame, as well as...ugh, linking makes me tired. Anyway, HEY LOOK, a collaboration between good musical people.

So this was an occasion, you see--and I was just about to put out a call for someone to fill this time on Sunday afternoon, but instead decided to hoard it all to myself, which I think is what some of my colleagues imagine I do in every case anyway.

Welcome, then, to the premiere of "Open Attachments," another hastily-named feature on the program, although I think this one might stick.

ps yes I know these are not exclusive but still.

BOMBAST playlist, 2014 March 23, 1600-1730:

  1. "Behind the Hourglass - Alex Smoke Remix" | Avatism | Adamant Remixes #1 | Vakant
  2. "For Delia" | Sun Spells | not on album | Soundcloud self-release
  3. "Biology3 (demo)" | Tambala / Shaw | unreleased | "Open Attachments"
  4. "Holidays" | Colo | UR | KI
  5. "The Speed of Fear" | Gallon Drunk | The Soul of The Hour | Clouds Hill
  6. "Move Along" | Cranes | Worlds | Dadaphonic
  7. "Nobody Knows the Trouble Us People Had Seen" | Rufus Harley | Re-Creation of the Gods | Transparency
  8. "Stratosfear" | Seven & Dubtek | Live from the Future | Uprise
  9. "Such a Little Girl" | Nikki Sudden & Jacobites | Texas | Creation
  10. "Johnny B Goode" | The Spiders | Big Lizard Stomp - Teen Trash from Psychedelic Tokyo 1966-1969 | Bamboo
  11. "Fool (demo)" | Tambala / Shaw | unreleased | "Open Attachments"
  12. "The Day I Come Alive" | Michael A Grammar | Random Vision | Melodic
  13. "Blackmail" | Altarboy | Slow Ghost | Wonder Wet
  14. "Better Days" | Thor's Hammer | If You Knew: Icelandic Punk & Beat '65-'67! | Ugly Pop
  15. "Enoemos" | Sixth June | Pleasure | Mannequin
  16. "Wishing Well (feat. Barbarossa)" | Mario & Vidis | Undercover | Silence Family
  17. "Up" | A.R.Kane | Up Home! | Rough Trade

next time: a Medway night. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

1
Apr 2014

You Better Move Over, Here Comes A Supernova: Transmission 108, 2014 March 19

SSR-LP-31-Peter-King-Cover.jpgA good program, without underwriting from negative energy. Just what we all need. That, and fragmentary sentences. Another typical post.

Peter King supplies tonight's physical evidence: one song for each of his arms. Lady Catharsis drops an old Specials tune, and we pay tribute to a couple of departed rock gods. It was indeed a swinging night.

Also, as I write this, it's been four whole days since I had to yell at someone through the email. GOOD TIMES.

Wait, though, there is something wrong with this program. Secret Stash: they are in Minneapolis. Not Seattle. I was close, on a galactic scale. I could have done worse. Sun Ra used to say he was born on Saturn.

BOMBAST playlist, 2014 March 19, 2100-2300:

  1. "Down On The Street" | The Stooges | Fun House | Elektra
  2. "Ko Dara" | Peter King | Omo Lewa | Secret Stash | "Physical Evidence"
  3. "Tony's Umbrella" | Dog Chocolate | Ravioli Me Away / Or | Upset the Rhythm
  4. "25 ans" | Nouveaux Riches | Paink: French Punk Anthems 1975-1982 | Born Bad
  5. "Smoke Some Kill" | Volta Cab | The Blue Collection | Eskimo
  6. "Omo Lewa" | Peter King | Omo Lewa | Secret Stash | "Physical Evidence"
  7. "808 State" | Kon | On My Way | BBE
  8. "Dance This Mess Around" | The B-52's | The B-52's | Warner Bros.
  9. "Answerland" | Planningtorock | All Love's Legal | Human Level
  10. "Measure" | Sun Spells | not on album | Soundcloud self-release
  11. "Afro-Funk" | Peter King | Omo Lewa | Secret Stash | "Physical Evidence"
  12. "Stimulate" | Vtgnike | Dubna | Other People
  13. "To Sconce" | Gulls | Patterns Is Life | Boomarm Nation
  14. "Becoming" | Node | Node 2 | DiN
  15. "Pearl's Cafe" | The Specials | More Specials | Chrysalis | "Listening Parlour"
  16. "Reverie" | The Soft Hills | Departure | Tapete
  17. "Not Everything Is Lost - Lake People Remix" | Avatism | Adamant Remixes #1 | Vakant
  18. "Eda" | Peter King | Omo Lewa | Secret Stash | "Physical Evidence"
  19. "Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho" | Jackie Wilson | Joshua | Popcorn
  20. "Alone At Home" | Daniel Bortz | Patchwork Memories | Suol
  21. "1982" | Fenster | The Pink Caves | Morr Music
  22. "Purple Haze" | D'Swooners | Big Lizard Stomp - Teen Trash from Psychedelic Tokyo 1966-1969 | Bamboo
  23. "Regarde Moi" | Magnetix | De Pire en Pire | Born Bad
  24. "Several Things At Once - Jacope Carreras Remix" | Exercise One | Tales of Ordinary Madness, Pt. 3 | Exone
  25. "Hazemaze" | Fuzz | Fuzz | In the Red
  26. "To Retrace" | Colo | UR | KI
  27. "There's A Moon In The Sky (Called the Moon)" | The B-52's | The B-52's | Warner Bros.

next time: pennies from heaven. Enjoy the music! --kid catharsis

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