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30
Nov 2015

That Ghost That Lives in Your Head: Transmission 247, 2015 November 18

diamondhiddenfull2.jpgPresenting the final program of Year Three of this Phantastic Voyage. It strikes me that, were WRFI a college station, and Transmission One had marked the beginning of "freshman" year," I would be a "senior" now. Deep, man.

Basic math tells me that I've averaged 82 programs per year, which is, like, a lot. Look for me to slow down some. Some. More scarcity and more thought-per-program can only increase value, right? That is the theory I am going with.

Nevertheless this here is a good episode, despite being pretty unremarkable. Goodness shouldn't be remarkable, and in the case of BOMBAST I don't think it is. How do you like that, voices in my head? Anyway I have remarked enough about it. Time for you to listen.

BOMBAST playlist, 2015 November 18, 2100-2300:

  1. "Opening" / "What's a Man's Paris" | Darker My Love | Darker My Love | Dangerbird
  2. "Slow Figure" | The Julia Sound | Post-Creation | self-released
  3. "Won't Change" | Husker Du | A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse | Giorno Poetry Systems | "Physical Evidence"
  4. "Radial Drill" | New Age Steppers | Trevor Jackson Presents: Science Fiction Dancehall Classics | On-U Sound
  5. "Sto Nisi Tis Afroditis" | Baby Guru | Sunshine Special | Klik
  6. "Out of the Frying Pan..." | David Van Tieghem | A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse | Giorno Poetry Systems | "Physical Evidence"
  7. "Big Noise, Big Deal" | The Wake | Tidal Wave of Hype | Les Temps Modernes
  8. "Ima Mma Uyem" | Mary Afi Usuah | Ekpenyong Abasi | Voodoo Funk
  9. "Neither His Nor Yours" | Coil | A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse | Giorno Poetry Systems | "Physical Evidence"
  10. "Yukkuri Henshin" | Bill Horist | Mutei: Music for Davida Monk's Dream Pavilion | Important
  11. "Stebeni's Theme" | African Head Charge | Trevor Jackson Presents: Science Fiction Dancehall Classics | On-U Sound
  12. "Moroccan Trip" | Billa Qause | Rhodes Inspirational: From East to West | Klik
  13. "20rpm" | Coppe' | 20rpm | Mango + Sweetrice
  14. "Boiling Point" | The Soundcarriers | In a Moment...Ghost Box | Ghost Box
  15. "Dead Man's Shoes" | Cabaret Voltaire | A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse | Giorno Poetry Systems | "Physical Evidence"
  16. "Constraint" | Visionist | Safe | PAN
  17. "Selfed Out" | The Ambivalent | Phase Doubt | Ovum
  18. "Obscurant - Inna Loft Mix by Call Super" | Gonno | Obscurant | International Feel
  19. "U1-U8" | Martyn | Falling for You | Ostgut Ton
  20. "Nah" | Laurel Halo | In Situ | Honest Jon's
  21. "Johnsonius" | David Johansen | A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse | Giorno Poetry Systems | "Physical Evidence"
  22. "AA Side" | Donato Dozzy | Cassandra | Claque
  23. "Tenement Lover" | Jessica Hagedorn and the Gangster Choir | A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse | Giorno Poetry Systems | "Physical Evidence"
  24. "Motioning" | Mind Over Mirrors | The Voice Calling | Immune
  25. "The Colour of Love - X-Port Version" | System 7 | X-Port | A-Wave
  26. "Kein Weg - with Schneider TM" | Barbara Morgenstern | Beide | Monika Enterprise
  27. "Sunday's Child" | Hidden Rivers | Where Moss Grows | Serein
  28. "System High-Rise Reprise" | Colossal Yes | Surrounded by Progress | Ba-Da Bing!

actually twenty four hours

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26
Nov 2015

Skin in the Game: Transmission 246, 2015 November 11

happymondayssquirrelwithouttext.jpgThose of you who hopped on board recently may not know that I used to write album reviews. So I'm telling you: I used to write album reviews. I can't remember whether it was a paid gig--it was not a "living," nor was it an internship; it was most likely aspirational voluntarism. ANYWAY. Once, a good friend said about one of my reviews: "I think you got carried away with your words." I probably did. And this is just my prose. Imagine what my spoken discourse must be like: an automatic writing exercise without the magic, and with sound.

Which brings us to this particular episode of the program, an unusual one for a few reasons. On account of our fall fundraiser, I have a co-host, Domenic [a good co-host, as you will discover--the roster of people I will tolerate in the booth has increased!], and we talk a LOT, you guys. I should not talk this much. More on this topic in a moment. Also it is the "Festival of Evidence" v3.0, and not a particularly well-curated festival, but you can't have everything. I was improvising, and toward the end I limited myself to cds, due to, let's call it, "listener response." Some of these tunes have aired previously on the program, but as Mr. Lee told me when half-heartedly trying to sell me on a compilation that would be redundant for me, "the songs appear in an unfamiliar order, though."

Talking--good grief, where to start. I certainly was interested in discussing the Happy Mondays, something I guess someone has to do. I was unfair to Fugazi. They were easily as important as Pixies, probably moreso as time has passed, but I was a 4AD chump back in the day. I am not proud of it, it's just a disclosure. Also, Gallon Drunk were a great band in the 2000s and are still a great band right at this moment. Finally, I can't speak for Domenic, but I am here to bash NPR, whenever you like. Come get some.

BOMBAST playlist, 2015 November 11, 2100-2300:

  1. "Domain in Grey" | The Julia Sound | Post-Creation | self-released
  2. "Your Love" | No Trend with Lydia Lunch | Heart of Darkness | Widowspeak
  3. "Toothpick the Size of a Skyscraper" | The Children | Ghost Lights | Division 68
  4. "Desmond" | Happy Mondays | Squirrel And G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People Plastic Face Carnt Smile (White Out) | Factory
  5. "The Grunt" | The J.B.'s | These Are The J.B.'s | Now-Again
  6. "Bo Diddley Is A Lover" | The Liverbirds | Girls With Guitars | Ace
  7. "I Be The Prophet" | Nearly God | Nearly God | Durban Poison - Island
  8. "Hatisitose" | The Bhundu Boys | Shabini | Discafrique
  9. "Flood" | Pell Mell | Flow | SST
  10. "Forget My Name" | The Flaming Stars | Songs From the Bar Room Floor | Vinyl Japan
  11. "Swallow My Pride" | Fastbacks | Sub Pop 200 | Sub Pop - Tupelo
  12. "Slo-Glyde" | The Durutti Column | Return Of The Sporadic Recordings | Kooky
  13. "False Starts" | Andy Fairley | System Vertigo | On-U Sound

surrounded by progress

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24
Nov 2015

Terror Takes the Sound Before You Make It: Transmission 245, 2015 November 4

chriscoseyaction.jpgHello Radio Friends, here is the first of the November episodes, and a good one if I may say so. It turns out that I may, and so I do, in this new spirit of affirmation I am trying on. Feels good. Hope you enjoy it.

As I've said (probably too often), I was a bit too young to experience "punk" as it unfolded, and the same goes for "industrial" (what I would call the "real" industrial, but don't get me started, as there isn't enough time). The first I heard of "Chris and Cozy" (as I thought, before actually seeing one of their records, they called themselves) was "October Love Song," about which I can't decide whether it was the best or worst thing they've done. Either way I loved it and still do. Their records are special, whether they are the clinical studio material or the grainy live performances such as those captured on Action. Historical note: I seem to recall Mr. D having a vinyl copy of this album, which I hope he has held onto, otherwise I will have to cry.

And I have done enough crying this fall.

BOMBAST playlist, 2015 November 4, 2100-2300:

  1. "Crucial Dub" | Prince Jammy | Bunny 'Striker' Lee & Friends: Next Cut! Dub Plates, Rare Sides & Unreleased Cuts | Pressure Sounds
  2. "Shivers" | Chris & Cosey | Action | LD | "Physical Evidence"
  3. "Sparks" | Stephan Hinz | Unsentimental EP | Second State Audio
  4. "My Desire - Synkro Remix" | Chris Coco | Rhodes Inspirational: From East to West | Klik
  5. "Syko - Round's Slow Response Mix" | Kenton Slash Demon | Syko - Round's Slow Response Mix | Future Classic
  6. "The Luxury of Living Day by Day" | Pan-Pot | The Other | Second State Audio
  7. "Bordeaux (live at WOMAD)" | The Durutti Column | Another Setting [reissue] | Factory Benelux
  8. "Error" | Monolake | D E C | imbalance computer music
  9. "Pertronics" | Lloyd Cole | 1D (Electronics 2012-2014) | Bureau B
  10. "Hasenheide" | Mogwai | CENTRAL BELTERS | ROCK ACTION
  11. "Delerium" | Chris & Cosey | Action | LD | "Physical Evidence"
  12. "Noche triler" | Mecanica Popular | Noche triler | Names You Can Trust
  13. "Resurrection Version 2" | Anti Hero | Moon Rock Volume 3 | Throne of Blood
  14. "Headcleaner" | Shackleton | Deliverance Series No. 3 | Woe to the Septic Heart
  15. "Alpha 5" | Ami Shavit | In Alpha Mood | Finders Keepers
  16. "Send the Magick Down" | Chris & Cosey | Action | LD | "Physical Evidence"
  17. "Man Made of co2" | Man or Astro-Man? | 1000x | Touch and Go
  18. "Garden Ghost" | Gossamer | Garden Ghost | self-released
  19. "Kaleidoscope" | Ride | Nowhere25 | Ride Music
  20. "Hollow Moon" | Magic Castles | Starflower | A Recordings
  21. "Les Claviers de Couleurs" | Astrobal & Tom Terrien | Dis Cover - Donna Regina As Recorded By | Karaoke Kalk
  22. "Talk to Me" | Chris & Cosey | Action | LD | "Physical Evidence"
  23. "Samurai" | Faultnaut | Rhodes Inspirational: From East to West | Klik
  24. "(M) Modesty" | Clap! Clap! | Simple | Black Acre
  25. "Messages" | Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark | Dazzle Ships (Live at the Museum of Liverpool) | White Noise
  26. "Silver Ziggurats" | Weird Owl | Interstellar Skeletal | A Recordings
  27. "Low Blood Minus" | bossFYTE | Paralellabyes | DETROIT UNDERGROUND

armistices are sacred

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10
Nov 2015

The Look of a Stranger Is Almost a Smile: Transmission 244, 2015 October 28

loopwolfflow.jpgI went on quite a rant last time out, so I'll try to keep this entry mostly positive. Let's try some remembrances. This Loop record featured in the program brings me back to a simpler, more active time. Back in this period I would walk or bike my way through my problems, instead of eating and drinking my way through them. Apparently I had a lot of free time and not much food or drink. I would frequently have on my Walkman, because that's what we had in those days. Undoubtedly the music I listened to was loud, repetitive, and not-complex, whether it was self-made or other-made. I highly recommend this as a cheap and valuable therapy. I am after all a doctor.

Also, this Loop record (to which I once again do not do justice, although I guess there's always the imminent "Festival of Evidence" to rectify things) kind of reminds me of one particular turning point in history at which I decided I just "didn't get" where music was going. These people and Spacemen 3 were a really nice alternative in the late 1980s to the Seattle scene, and Wax Trax, and that god-awful "Acid House" coming from England. Just play one chord, run it through a fuzz/wah or a "repeat percussion," and repeat. Forever.

I prefer this, by the way, over Main and the other things Robert Hampson has done since. There is a Legend (to be precise, someone who could easily be a legend if they would just answer their damn email) with whom I would love to discuss this particular topic: the notion that sometimes you start out great and don't need to "develop." But that's for another day.

BOMBAST playlist, 2015 October 28, 2100-2300:

  1. "Venus" | The Exorcist GBG | The Exorcist GBG | Hoga Nord
  2. "Out of India" | Sun Temple Circus | Sun Temple Circus - Live | FUEGO
  3. "In the World of Moomin" | Folamour | Chapeau Rouge | Fauxpas
  4. "Kirin: Yama No Kami: Tango" | Bill Horist | Mutei: Music for Davida Monk's Dream Pavilion | Important
  5. "Mother" | Brian Dove / Danzig | not on album | self-released
  6. "Rocket USA" | Loop | Wolf Flow | Reactor | "Physical Evidence"
  7. "Make My Nana" | Schlammpeitziger | Dis Cover - Donna Regina As Recorded By | Karaoke Kalk
  8. "Sleepless" | Pan-Pot | The Other | Second State Audio
  9. "Off the Beaten Track" | African Head Charge | Trevor Jackson Presents: Science Fiction Dancehall Classics | On-U Sound
  10. "Send We a Sign" | Seekers International | Her Imperial Majesty | Boomarm Nation
  11. "Buffer Underun" | bossFYTE | Paralellabyes | DETROIT UNDERGROUND
  12. "Sunrise" | New Order | Low-Life | Rhino
  13. "Blinding Horses - Stableboy Version" | Regis | Manbait | Blackest Ever Black
  14. "Bleeding Star" | The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience | I Like Rain: The Story of the Jean-Paul Sartre Experience | Fire
  15. "Comanche" | Thee Headcoats | Elementary Headcoats [reissue] | Damaged Goods
  16. "Straight to Your Heart" | Loop | Wolf Flow | Reactor | "Physical Evidence"
  17. "Interruptions" | Urban Force | The Outer Space Connections | Ornaments
  18. "Unke" | Smallpeople & Rau | Smallville Ways - Ten Years | Smallville
  19. "Mojave Trail" | Night Plane | Moon Rock Volume 3 | Throne of Blood
  20. "Soundhead" | Loop | Wolf Flow | Reactor | "Physical Evidence"
  21. "Smile in the Crowd" | The Durutti Column | Another Setting [reissue] | Factory Benelux
  22. "Level 1" | Luca Agnelli | Solaris | Upon You
  23. "Collision" | Loop | Wolf Flow | Reactor | "Physical Evidence"
  24. "Fractal Shift" | Byron Westbrook | Precipice | Root Strata

taking sides again

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9
Nov 2015

No, I Don’t Know, Too: Transmission 243, 2015 October 21

nippongirlslpcover.jpg"You sound stuck," a Friend of Bombast tells me. It's true. I am. I'm working on it; whether I'm "doing my best" remains to be seen. It's been a weird four months or so, but tbh the entire ride has been weird.

I was recently reminded that I'll be missing the 3rd birthday (observed) of this program on account of being at DJ Segundo's crib for Thanksgiving. That (the cancellation) seems about right, pretty much par for our current course. But why was I reminded of this? Because at a recent station fundraiser party I was told by a colleague that it sounded like I was on the air all the time (I'm not). There is always too much of me, it seems, dating back to when there was none of me.

Do you know why the Wednesday prior to Thanksgiving, "Thanksgiving eve," if you like, is the program's observed birthday? Because we had just about the softest "soft launch" in the history of radio. A supportive (dare I say rogue?) board member of WRFI snuck me onair, basically, on a night when there would be very few people listening. There was no other way--I couldn't have airtime just for the asking, as others at the station soon received, much less was I going to be cold-called and asked to do a show, as others were. I heard at the time that some board members were opposed to my having a program. Never mind that a white volunteer who started on the same day I did had already been given a program, there was of course nothing differential about my not being given one. There never is. (That person, bee-tee-dubs, is no longer with the station, having ghosted us a couple of years ago, while I'm still here doing off-the-air stuff, but don't let that convince you that the station ever bets on the wrong horse.)

So anyway, here is one of the best, or worst, or most typical programs I have done in my three years at WRFI. Your phone or .mp3 player will try to convince you that it's approximately two hours long, but don't let that stop you thinking it's more like four, or twenty, or whatever fits your narrative.

BOMBAST playlist, 2015 October 21, 2100-2300:

  1. "At Dusk" | Brian Ellis & Brian Grainger | At Dusk | El Paraiso
  2. "Feeder" | Coil | Wrong Eye | Threshold Archives
  3. "Basile" | Sergie Rezza | Sergie Rezza | desire
  4. "The Courtesy House" | Express Rising | Fixed Rope | Numero Group
  5. "Kiiro No Sekai" | J Girls | Nippon Girls: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1967-1969 | Big Beat | "Physical Evidence"
  6. "Water Dancer" | Jens-Uwe Beyer | The Emissary | Kompakt
  7. "Church of All Images - Regis Version" | Vatican Shadow | Manbait | Blackest Ever Black
  8. "Ame Agari No Samba" | Ryoko Moriyama | Nippon Girls: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1967-1969 | Big Beat | "Physical Evidence"
  9. "Spent Time" | The Durutti Column | Another Setting [reissue] | Factory Benelux
  10. "Plant Lilies at My Head - Alternate Version" | Tropic of Cancer | Manbait | Blackest Ever Black
  11. "Tsukikage No Rendezvous" | Keiko Mari | Nippon Girls: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1967-1969 | Big Beat | "Physical Evidence"
  12. "Die Anderen" | Kolsch | 1983 | Kompakt
  13. "Aurat (Tool)" | Aisha Devi | Of Matter and Spirit | Houndstooth
  14. "Asian Rebel" | Suns of Arqa | Trevor Jackson Presents: Science Fiction Dancehall Classics | On-U Sound
  15. "Prismatic" | Byron Westbrook | Precipice | Root Strata
  16. "Alpha 4" | Ami Shavit | In Alpha Mood | Finders Keepers
  17. "Taste of Cindy" | The Jesus and Mary Chain | Psychocandy - Barrowlands Live | Edsel
  18. "Freak Love" | Gossamer | Garden Ghost | self-released
  19. "Prismacolor" | Pittsburgh Track Authority | Moon Rock Volume 3 | Throne of Blood
  20. "Sharock No.1" | Mie Nakao | Nippon Girls: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1967-1969 | Big Beat | "Physical Evidence"
  21. "Sodawaltz" | Ms. John Soda | Loom | Morr
  22. "This Foundry - Regis Version" | Raime | Manbait | Blackest Ever Black
  23. "Easy Sun" | Dead Fader | Dosage EP | Touchin' Bass
  24. "Suki Sa Suki Sa Suki Sa" | Nana Kinomi & Leo Beats | Nippon Girls: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1967-1969 | "Physical Evidence"
  25. "The Circle Is Binding" | Master Musicians of Bukkake | Further West Quad Cult | Important
  26. "Tafouk tele" | Terakaft | Alone (Tenere) | Outhere
  27. "Taiyou Wa Naite Iru" | Ayumi Ishida | Nippon Girls: Japanese Pop, Beat & Bossa Nova 1967-1969 | Big Beat | "Physical Evidence"
  28. "Dsa" | Black Wing | ...Is Doomed | The Flenser
  29. "Realtime" | Conforce | Presentism | Delsin

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6
Nov 2015

Revenge Is Sweet to Those Who Have Never Known Anything Sweet: Transmission 242, 2015 October 14

dontletthehopeclosedown.jpgSometimes I really do have only a grab-bag of tunes that don't really fit together except in some fleeting and forgotten syntax in my head, or, if you prefer, an amateur Cubist puzzle. This was one of those times. I just had some stuff I felt like hearing and sharing.

I was correct, bee-tee-dubs, when I pointed out that Don't Let The Hope Close Down was the only record released on the Hope Springs label. I know how that goes--I, too, appeared once on a record that was the only thing its "parent company" ever issued. Similarly, "my" record was not successful. Dissimilarly, it was not a thing I wanted to hear on this night! I do listen to it, though, sometimes, when I'm alone. Like Hope, it failed to save anything, except maybe a decent folk tune, for posterity. We'll see.

BOMBAST playlist, 2015 October 14, 2100-2300:

  1. "Sample D." | Front 242 | Back Catalogue | Wax Trax!
  2. "Shadows in Hibernation" | We Never Learned To Live | Silently, I Threw Them Skyward | Holy Roar
  3. "Mona" | Thee Milkshakes | Don't Let the Hope Close Down | Hope Springs | "Physical Evidence"
  4. "Scrambler - with Robert Lippok" | Barbara Morgenstern | Beide | Monika Enterprise
  5. "Beyond - Karmon Remix" | Benotmane | Stil Vor Talent Berlin - Teufelsberg | Stil Vor Talent
  6. "Дикие Пляжи" | Вальс | not on album | Soundcloud self-release
  7. "Let There Be More Darkness" | Robyn Hitchcock | Don't Let the Hope Close Down| Hope Springs | "Physical Evidence"
  8. "The End of It All 2015 Mix" | John Tejada | The End of It All 2015 Mix | Palette
  9. "From Me to You" | Mary Afi Usuah | Ekpenyong Abasi | Voodoo Funk
  10. "Nimrud" | Laurel Halo | In Situ | Honest Jon's
  11. "Hush" | Killdozer | For Ladies Only | Touch & Go
  12. "Through a Glass" | Tall Boys | Don't Let the Hope Close Down| Hope Springs | "Physical Evidence"
  13. "Charles Windsor" | McCarthy | I Am a Wallet | Cherry Red
  14. "Don't Bring Me Round" | The Telescopes | Hidden Fields | Tapete
  15. "The Underestimated Man" | The Vibes | Don't Let the Hope Close Down | Hope Springs | "Physical Evidence"
  16. "Ruiner" | OKADA | Impermanence | N5MD
  17. "Blood Dunza - unreleased dubplate mix" | Johnny Clarke, DJ | Bunny 'Striker' Lee & Friends: Next Cut! Dub Plates, Rare Sides & Unreleased Cuts | Pressure Sounds
  18. "What the New Breed Say" | The Sting-Rays | Don't Let the Hope Close Down| Hope Springs | "Physical Evidence"
  19. "Strays" | Rat Columns | Fooling Around | Blackest Ever Black
  20. "Crazy When I Hear That Beat" | The Dead Beats | Don't Let the Hope Close Down| Hope Springs | "Physical Evidence"
  21. "Wait for Me" | Roger Damawuzan & Les As Du Benin | Wait For Me | Hot Casa
  22. "Ballad of the Distrances (parts 1 & 2)" | Stars of the Lid | The Tired Sounds of Stars of the Lid | kranky
  23. "Hush" | The Prisoners | Don't Let the Hope Close Down| Hope Springs | "Physical Evidence"
  24. "Nao Consegues" | Pega Monstro | Alfarroba | Upset the Rhythm
  25. "He Was Human and Belonged with Humans - Regis Version" | Dalhous | Manbait | Blackest Ever Black
  26. "Your Attention" | Pan-Pot | The Other | Second State Audio
  27. "Tears in My Beer" | Roddy Radiation & The Tearjerkers | Don't Let the Hope Close Down | Hope Springs | "Physical Evidence"
  28. "Saturna's Black Belt" | Natural Snow Buildings | Terror's Horns | Ba Da Bing!
  29. "Kritikal & X" | M.E.S.H. | Piteous Gate | PAN

i've heard it before, still i need more and more

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5
Nov 2015

Let’s Send the Sucker Headfirst Into Space: Transmission 241, 2015 October 7

braininthewireinner.jpgHere is another broadcast, this one regularly scheduled, as they all seem to be these days. It wasn't a special occasion, but I decided it was finally time for a special disc, the Brain in the Wire compilation (I am really into comps these days). I wrote a while back about a three-disc collection of Wax Trax! material not aging well; this one has aged well and I am still into it.

I actually don't remember any slip-ups from this episode, so I guess that's good. Probably some inexplicable segues, as always. Oh, and some weirdness in the voice-overs. Talking--I am not so good at it, which is probably why this is my medium of choice.

BOMBAST playlist, 2015 October 7, 2100-2300:

  1. "Je te vois" | Police des Moeurs | Ceux Qui Restent | Mannequin
  2. "296-16" | Conrad Schnitzler & Pyrolator | Con-Struct | Bureau B
  3. "Mieva Do" | Roger Damawuzan & Les As Du Benin | Wait For Me | Hot Casa
  4. "Vice Versa Dub" | Tino | Brain in the Wire | Brainwashed | "Physical Evidence"
  5. "Silver Lining" | Anchorsong | not on album | Soundcloud self-release
  6. "The Old Empire" | Kasra V | Atlantis | Love in Public Spaces
  7. "The Apollo Creed" | Ku-Ling Bros | Brain in the Wire | Brainwashed | "Physical Evidence"
  8. "Dream of a Child" | The Durutti Column | Another Setting [reissue] | Factory Benelux
  9. "Saved (Readwriteerror mix)" | Bowery Electric | Brain in the Wire | Brainwashed | "Physical Evidence"
  10. "Amelia" | Industrial Revelation | Liberation & The Kingdom of Nri | self-released
  11. "It's a Disgrace Dub - unreleased dubplate mix" | The Aggrovators | Bunny 'Striker' Lee & Friends: Next Cut! Dub Plates, Rare Sides & Unreleased Cuts | Pressure Sounds
  12. "Old Sparky" | The Legendary Pink Dots | Brain in the Wire | Brainwashed | "Physical Evidence"
  13. "Pie Eyed and Sky High" | Tim Love Lee | Moon Rock Volume 3 | Throne of Blood
  14. "You Can't Win" | Matmos | Brain in the Wire | Brainwashed | "Physical Evidence"
  15. "Insides - Roman Flugel Remix" | Fort Romeau | Frankfurt Versions | Spectral
  16. "Structures" | Meat Beat Manifesto | Brain in the Wire | Brainwashed | "Physical Evidence"
  17. "Big Big Girl - unreleased mix" | Linval Thompson | Bunny 'Striker' Lee & Friends: Next Cut! Dub Plates, Rare Sides & Unreleased Cuts | Pressure Sounds
  18. "Outlines" | The KVB | Flaamingos / The KVB | felte
  19. "inflatable" | Lee Bannon | Pattern of Excel | ninja tune
  20. "Primate Change" | The Host | Esalen Lectures | Touch Sensitive
  21. "Argent - Tom Furse Extrapolation" | Jane Weaver | Mission Desire | Finders Keepers
  22. "The Gorgon - Steppers Cut unreleased mix" | Cornell Campbell | Bunny 'Striker' Lee & Friends: Next Cut! Dub Plates, Rare Sides & Unreleased Cuts | Pressure Sounds
  23. "Pregnant Cheerleader Theme Song" | Kid 606 | Brain in the Wire | Brainwashed | "Physical Evidence"
  24. "Leave Me Alone" | New Order | Power, Corruption & Lies | Rhino
  25. "Requiem for Dying Mothers (Version I, Zamachowski Op. 87)" | Stars of the Lid | Brain in the Wire | Brainwashed | "Physical Evidence"

total surveillance, every day

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