Episode 105: A Cross Country Extravaganza (Remastered)

In Honor Of Rita

In Honor Of Rita

Episode 105: A Cross Country Extravaganza (Remastered)
(Featuring a number of songs that are on the run.)

In spite of my best efforts, there are many of our broadcasts that have been lost either in part or entirely.  There are a number of reasons for this: technological failures, archivists errors, you weren’t broadcasting for some reason or another.  Any number of problems can arise when you’re quickly trying to get material ready for broadcast.

A large number of problems happened on this day: The playlist was mangled, the recordings were missing 30 minutes of our broadcast, and on top of everything, the recording did not sound great.  For a long time I sat on the files, posted a half-assed “edit” of the show, and on the whole wished that I could have done better.  Mostly because my guest for this show planned the entire thing with me, and I really wanted to show her a good time.

Recently, Rita passed away suddenly.  At least, suddenly to me.  I knew her through teaching, but she and I had a lot of similar touchstones and interests, too.  She was one of the nicest people I worked with, and her sense of humor and upbeat attitude was and important element of her personality.

In honor of her passing, join me for a remastered, two hour broadcast of songs about running, motion, being on the run, and everything in between.  Audience participation was so excellent for this show, she came right into the booth on this one.  While she did not speak on the mic, we spent the entire show talking about music, life, and everything in-between.  This show cemented our friendship, and I will miss her tremendously.

This show was pieced together from the playlist and three mangled files I was able to retrieve from the KPSU server when it crashed while we were broadcasting.  While this is not exactly like the version that was heard by listeners at home, this is a very close approximation in a nearly complete form.

I’ll miss you, Rita.  I’ll always remember you sitting in the booth, talking about anything and everything… only not when the mic was on.  I guess that’s on memory that will be just for me.

Goodbye.

 

A Cross Country Extravaganza

Hour 1

Part I: Running Into The Past

01.) Run Better Run * The Cheepskates
02.) Run For Your Life * The Beatles
03.) Running Scared * Roy Orbison
04.) Let ’em Run Wild * Beach Boys
05.) Running from the Enemy * Stinking Lizaveta
06.) Run Run Run * The Velvet Underground * The Velvet Underground & Nico

Part II:  Running Hard

07.) Runnin’ Ragged * Eddie Lang and Joe Venuti
08.) Run Run Run * Gestures
09.) Run, Run, Run * The Third Rail
10.) Running Hard * Speed Glue and Shinki
11.) Madman Running Through the Fields * Dantalian’s Chariot
12.) Runnin’ Down A Dream * Tom Petty

Part III: Girl On The Run

13.) Run Chicken Run * Link Wray & His Wray Men
14.) Girl On The Run * Honey Bane
15.) Nowhere To Run * The Pagans
16.) C’Mon * Joan Jett & The Runaways
17.) Running With the Devil * Van Halen
18.) Running In The Shadows * The Neoboys

Hour 2

Part IV: Run Run Run!

19.) Midnight Run * The Pyramids
20.) Run To The Hills * Iron Maiden
21.) Run For Your Life * Screamin’ Lord Sutch & The Undertakers
22.) Run Run Run * The Stimulators
23.) Runaway * Screeching Weasel
24.) Let’s Run * Blue Light Curtain

Part V: Run Away With Me

25.) Forerunner * Ornette Coleman
26.) Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) * The Temptations
27.) Run Paint Run Run * Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
28.) Run Away * Jandek
29.) Run Spook Run * Rod Keith
30.) If you See my Rooster Please Run Him Home * Memphis Minnie
31.) Running Gun * Marty Robbins
32.) Run * Gnarles Barkley
33.) I’ll Come Running * Brian Eno
34.) Run to the Sun * Eddy Detroit
35.) Children Running On The Radio

KPSU Playlist

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Episode 179: Bit Players In The College Radio Drama That Is Blasphuphmus Radio Part II

More Blitzhäus Kith: Kyle, Geni, Chris & Pat!

More Blitzhäus Kith: Kyle, Geni, Chris & Pat!

Episode 179: Bit Players In The College Radio Drama That Is Blasphuphmus Radio Part II
(Featuring edited highlights from five early episodes, where friends and family join me in what has now become known as college radio.)

Relive college radio from the late 90’s as it actually happened! Experience five edited presentations from the earliest days of this very program, as they were originally heard on KWVA in Eugene Oregon, broadcast at 88.1 FM. For the fist time since their original air dates these programs are being heard again, and at the correct speed in most cases!  Join a clumsy and youthful Austin Rich as he stumbles through the act of playing College Radio DJ, and listen to some authentic late 90’s rock as we journey through the decades.

This is part of our 14th Anniversary Explosion that’s been happening all throughout the year, and to a smaller extent, part of an on-going attempt to accurately archive the history of this program in a way that’s accessible to listeners.  As many of the programs from the early days are not complete, and in many cases missing entirely, I’ve been creating these shortened “edited” versions of these shows, to give you a taste of what it was like in these early days.  As there are still a few shows to come in this series – and still many others for you to enjoy – you may want to slap this feed into your podcast-catching device of choice, as it will keep you up to date with all the appropriate episodes, and give you a good cross-section of the entire history of the program.

Of these particular episodes, it is fascinating to attempt to recreate the circumstances that these programs were recorded under.  When Kyle would visit, he would often join me when I would go to the radio station.  Both Geni and Pat were roommates at one point or another, and Chris was a near-permanent fixture in the legendary Blitzhäus where we used to live and party in the olden days.  These shows evoke a lot of memories, not just of the music that we played, but the parties, shows, girlfriends, boyfriends, arguments, D&D games, and the hundreds of other things that went down in the late 90’s.  In an era before cell phones, .mp3s, regular internet access, or very much money to speak of, we still created culture, built mythologies, and had a great time doing in.  If only some of that nostalgia can seep through these tape-hiss-infused recordings, then I will feel as if my work here is done.

A request to listeners: if anyone can identify the Man Is The Bastard song that I play during the “Track Night” segment, please let me know!  I’ve been trying to identify that one for a while now.

Many apologies for the lateness of the program.  Hopefully this is a fluke occurrence, but you know how it goes.

See you in seven!

Introduction: The More Things Continue To Blah Blah Etc.
01.) Adventures Through Inner Space * The Bomboras

Part I: “Senses Shattering” w/ Kyle Rich (06 May 1998)
02.) Jessica * They Might Be Giants
03.) Baby Puts Out Old Flames * Rye Coalition
04.) Beastie Boys * Beastie Boys
05.) There Ain’t No Sanity Clause * The Damned
06.) 13 Ways To A Cavity * KARP
07.) Battle of the Planets * godheadSilo

Part II: “Feet Together, Buttocks Tight” w/ Kyle Rich (14 July 1998)
08.) Imperial Dance * Supergenius
09.) Can You Feel It? * The Jacksons * Jane Fonda Workout
10.) Die Eier Von Satan * Tool
11.) Delirium & Disorder * Bad Religion
12.) Rock & Roll McDonalds * Wesley Willis
13.) Nuts To You * godheadSilo

Part III: “Track Night” w/ Geni (09 September 1998)
14.) Peter Gunn Theme * Poison Ivy
15.) ?? * Man Is The Bastard
16.) The Creeps * Social Distortion
17.) Paul Revere * The Beastie Boys
18.) Degobah * Monkey
19.) Two Little Boys * Splodgenessabounds
20.) Stayin’ Alive * Anal Cunt
21.) “You fuckin’ die.” * The Pixies

Part IV: “Rock And Roll” w/ Chris Brooks (16 December 1998)
22.) Sidewalk City * The Phantom Surfers
23.) Iron Fist * Motörhead
24.) Drag Strip Race * The Rondelles
25.) Ace Of Spades * Motorhead
26.) Take You Higher * Tight Bros. From Way Back When
27.) Clockwork Orange * Walter Carlos
28.) Is It Wicked Not To Care? * Belle & Sebastian
29.) Dad Why Did My Friends Explode? * Deadbolt
30.) Smokin’ Banana Peels (Re-Mix) * The Dead Milkmen

Part V: “A Geosynchronous Orbit” w/ Pat The Pirate (24 March 1999)
31.) Ghoulash * Satan’s Pilgrims
32.) Love Story * Lagwagon
33.) Self Cleanin’ Lovin’ * Royal Grand Prix
34.) Fake Fake Eyes * …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
35.) High School Shop Class Constructs Bicycle Built For Twenty-Six * Jad Fair & Yo La Tengo
36.) No Brains * Eater
37.) Stranger Than Fiction * Bad Religion
38.) Escape Through The Air Vents * Man… Or Astro-Man?
39.) Freak Scene * Dinosaur Jr.

Episode 167: Bit Players In The College Radio Drama That Is Blasphuphmus Radio

The Blitzhäus Kith

The Blitzhäus Kith: Josephus, Brandy, Josh, Toby, Kelly & Tia.

Episode 167: Bit Players In The College Radio Drama That Is Blasphuphmus Radio
(Featuring edited highlights from four early episodes, where my roommates joined me in the studio for silly, late night, college radio fun.)

In the earliest days of the program, my notion of having guests on my program was to invite my roommates into the studio, while we were all drunk, to listen to some college radio.  Now, in the distant future, I’m asking you to join us on a similar journey.  Highlighting four episodes from 1998, here are my roommates, my friends, and my guests, from the embryonic era that is so near to this programs beginning.

I have to say, with the complete perspective that hindsight so acutely offers, it is interesting to comb through the airchecks, and revisit these programs.  I’m friends with nearly all of these people to this very day, and each of them have moved on to pursue their own lives and interests in amazing ways.  These programs are small cross-sections, a blip on the radar from their perspective.  But to me, these were important evenings, fun times that I happen to have a documented record of, and that is so rare for anyone who considers their youth.  Hopefully, some of the joy I get out of these seeps through as you listen to these recordings today.

For the first time since I recorded these shows, they are hearing the light of day, and at the proper speed!  The tape recordings were often too slow – or too fast – to make much sense, but modern technology has allowed me to fix these errors.  To my knowledge, only these people have ever heard these recordings before, as this program began in a time before podcasts, and before digital distribution.  My hope is that this functions as a record of those times, and a sampling of the various formats this show had in the early days.

Many apologies for the delay getting this episode posted.  There were a number of personal and production delays, mostly because I wanted these episodes to be presented at their proper speeds, and other recording opportunities popped up at the last minute.  Fortunately, these opportunities have manifested in shows that you can download now, and one that you will hear in the future.  These opportunities involve live music, and also some cool Sci-Fi remixes.  I’m hoping to get back on track, and there may well be another episode this week to make up for this, at least a Mini-Cast.  So, stay tuned.

That’s all for this Memorial Day.  Thanks again for indulging me.

See you real soon.

Bit Players In The College Radio Drama That Is Blasphuphmus Radio

Introduction: The More Things Stay The Same

01.) Updated Theme From Supercar * Man… Or Astro-Man? * All Punk Rods!: A Gearhead Magazine Collection * Lookout! Records

Part I: Josephus of Sinkhole (22 April 1998)

02.) Sonata For Loudspeakers * Unwound * Challenge For A Civilized Society * Kill Rock Stars Records
03.) The Trials of Being A Jedi * Supergenius * Star Wars Breakbeats * Suckadellic Records
04.) Some Hits * Anal Cunt * Top 40 Hits * Earache Records
05.) Driver Down * Trent Reznor * Lost Highway Soundtrack * Interscope Records
06.) Dragnet Theme * Ray Anthony And His Orchestra *
07.) Fame * Irena Cara * Fame Soundtrack * RSO Records
08.) Satan’s Little Lamb * Ethel Merman * I Get A Kick Out Of You * Pavillion Records
09.) Raw Meat Torn By Saxophone Blasts * Mike Patton * ‪Pranzo Oltranzista‬

Part II: “Girl Power” w/ Brandy (29 July 1998)

10.) Frank Talk About Mutants, Also * Men’s Recovery Project * Frank Talk About Humans
11.) Rebel Girl * Bikini Kill * “New Radio” b/w “Rebel Girl” 7″
12.) Hard Knock Life * “Annie” Original Cast Recording
13.) ?? * ??
14.) I Love Livin’ In The City * Fear * Fear The Record
15.) Let’s Have A Party * The 5.6.7.8’s * Can’t Help It! * Rockville Records

Part III: “Never Before Has The Beauty Of The Sexual Act Been So Grossly Exploited” (19 August 1998)

16.) El Perversio * Deadbolt * Tijuana Hit Squad
17.) Adventures Through Inner Space * The Bomboras * Head Shrinkin’ Fun * Zombie A Go-Go Records
18.) Eugene OR * The Varicoasters *
19.) Istanbul (Not Constantinople) * They Might Be Giants * Flood * Elekra Records
20.) My Mind’s Got A Mind Of It’s Own * ?? *
21.) When It’s Over * The Wipers * Youth Of America

Part IV: “The Kelly Experience” w/ Tia (11 November 1998)

22.) Come Out And Play * The Moog Cookbook * The Moog Cookbook
23.) Handsome Traveller * KARP * Moustache’s Wild * Kill Rock Stars Records
24.) ?? * ??
25.) Fuck Shit Up * Dub Narcotic Sound System * “Fuck Shit Up” b/w “Version” * K Records
26.) Scream * Kemikal Religion * Self-Released
27.) Coffee Mug * The Descendants *
28.) Estrogen * The Supermodels
29.) Manic * Kemikal Religion

Episode 113: …And All That Jazz

...And All That Jazz

…And All That Jazz

Episode 113: …And All That Jazz
(Featuring a selection of some of my favorite jazz music to celebrate my 13th anniversary.)

In honor of the 13th Anniversary of our first broadcast, Episode 113: …And All That Jazz features a wide selection of jazz music to set the mood for the cocktail party that we threw from 1 – 3 PM.  While you already missed the party, you can hear the audio record now at kpsu.org.

New KPSU volunteer Nate joined me for the show, and on the whole it was great to have a number of the KPSU crew in the studio to help me celebrate.

# Track * Artist * Album * Label
01.) Ghosts [New York, 1964] * Albert Ayler * Albert Ayler: Holy Ghost * Revenant Records
02.) Strings & Things Suite [Excerpt 1] * Rejuvenation Trio * Rejuvenation Voyage
03.) Two Pieces Of One: Green * Tony Williams * Life Time
04.) N.O.U. Future Vision Hypothesis * The Nation Of Ulysses * Plays Pretty for Baby
05.) Johnny One Note * Bob Dorough * Devil May Care
06.) Strings & Things Suite [Excerpt 2] * Rejuvenation Trio * Rejuvenation Voyage
07.) Complete Communion * Don Cherry * Complete Communion
08.) Strings & Things Suite [Excerpt 3] * Rejuvenation Trio * Rejuvenation Voyage
09.) Flibberty Jib * Ken Nordine * The Best of Word Jazz, Volume 1
10.) Better Get Hit In Yo’ Soul * Charles Mingus * Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus Mingus * MCA Records
11.) Take Five * The Dave Brubeck Quartet * Time Out
12.) Strings & Things Suite [Excerpt 4] * Rejuvenation Trio * Rejuvenation Voyage
13.) Minor Yours * Chet Baker * Blue Note
14.) While My Lady Sleeps * John Coltrane * Coltrane * Impulse Records
15.) Kosmos In Blue * Sun-Ra And His Solar Arkestra * Art Forms For Dimensions Tomorrow
16.) My Funny Valentine * The Miles Davis Quintet * Cookin’ With The Miles Davis Quintet
17.) The Song Is Ended * The Mills Brothers * Chronological Vol.5 (1933-1938)

KPSU Playlist

Episode 105: A Cross Country Extravaganza

In Honor Of Rita

In Honor Of Rita

Episode 105: A Cross Country Extravaganza
(Featuring a number of songs that are on the run.)

In spite of my best efforts, there are many of our broadcasts that have been lost either in part or entirely.  There are a number of reasons for this: technological failures, archivists errors, you weren’t broadcasting for some reason or another.  Any number of problems can arise when you’re quickly trying to get material ready for broadcast.

A large number of problems happened on this day: The playlist was mangled, the recordings were missing 30 minutes of our broadcast, and on top of everything, the recording did not sound great.  For a long time I sat on the files, posted a half-assed “edit” of the show, and on the whole wished that I could have done better.  Mostly because my guest for this show planned the entire thing with me, and I really wanted to show her a good time.

Recently, Rita passed away suddenly.  At least, suddenly to me.  I knew her through teaching, but she and I had a lot of similar touchstones and interests, too.  She was one of the nicest people I worked with, and her sense of humor and upbeat attitude was and important element of her personality.

In honor of her passing, join me for a remastered, two hour broadcast of songs about running, motion, being on the run, and everything in between.  Audience participation was so excellent for this show, she came right into the booth on this one.  While she did not speak on the mic, we spent the entire show talking about music, life, and everything in-between.  This show cemented our friendship, and I will miss her tremendously.

This show was pieced together from the playlist and three mangled files I was able to retrieve from the KPSU server when it crashed while we were broadcasting.  While this is not exactly like the version that was heard by listeners at home, this is a very close approximation in a nearly complete form.

I’ll miss you, Rita.  I’ll always remember you sitting in the booth, talking about anything and everything… only not when the mic was on.  I guess that’s on memory that will be just for me.

Goodbye.

 

A Cross Country Extravaganza

Hour 1

Part I: Running Into The Past

01.) Run Better Run * The Cheepskates
02.) Run For Your Life * The Beatles
03.) Running Scared * Roy Orbison
04.) Let ’em Run Wild * Beach Boys
05.) Running from the Enemy * Stinking Lizaveta
06.) Run Run Run * The Velvet Underground * The Velvet Underground & Nico

Part II:  Running Hard

07.) Runnin’ Ragged * Eddie Lang and Joe Venuti
08.) Run Run Run * Gestures
09.) Run, Run, Run * The Third Rail
10.) Running Hard * Speed Glue and Shinki
11.) Madman Running Through the Fields * Dantalian’s Chariot
12.) Runnin’ Down A Dream * Tom Petty

Part III: Girl On The Run

13.) Run Chicken Run * Link Wray & His Wray Men
14.) Girl On The Run * Honey Bane
15.) Nowhere To Run * The Pagans
16.) C’Mon * Joan Jett & The Runaways
17.) Running With the Devil * Van Halen
18.) Running In The Shadows * The Neoboys

Hour 2

Part IV: Run Run Run!

19.) Midnight Run * The Pyramids
20.) Run To The Hills * Iron Maiden
21.) Run For Your Life * Screamin’ Lord Sutch & The Undertakers
22.) Run Run Run * The Stimulators
23.) Runaway * Screeching Weasel
24.) Let’s Run * Blue Light Curtain

Part V: Run Away With Me

25.) Forerunner * Ornette Coleman
26.) Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) * The Temptations
27.) Run Paint Run Run * Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
28.) Run Away * Jandek
29.) Run Spook Run * Rod Keith
30.) If you See my Rooster Please Run Him Home * Memphis Minnie
31.) Running Gun * Marty Robbins
32.) Run * Gnarles Barkley
33.) I’ll Come Running * Brian Eno
34.) Run to the Sun * Eddy Detroit
35.) Children Running On The Radio

KPSU Playlist

Episode 083: Mystery DJ, Will You Please Stand Up?

Mystery DJ?

Mystery DJ?

Episode 083: Mystery DJ, Will You Please Stand Up? w/ guest DJs, TJ The DJ and Kris
(Featuring a two-hour DJ Set by my friends, TJ The DJ and Kris.)

I am one of those people that is instantly drawn to a record collection, where ever I go.  When I reconnected with my friend Tara, I was always pawing through her husband Kris’ record collection, to the point that it was becoming annoying.  As soon as Kris got back from the East Coast, I immediately asked them if they wanted to join me on my show, and they instantly said yes.  Of course, it was just an excuse to get them to play a bunch of their music for me, and I was more than happy to let them.  This show is the result of what happened.

I had very little influence on this show.  Kris and Tara picked out everything, and aside from a handful of selections, it was nearly all records.  There are a few rough transitions here and there, but it is always challenging to keep up with the pace of an actual DJ throw down.  Kris and Tara were fantastic guests, lending a hand where needed, and I cannot wait to set up our next show.  The current conversation revolves around our favorite comedy bits…

While I didn’t pick out any of these songs, there were quite a few that I was really exited to hear.  I’m just starting to develop a pallet for Jesus And Mary Chain, and there were a number of surprises that I’m exited to track down.  Kris is my favorite kind of record nerd, and really took a lot of time to plan this show out.  I think the results speak for themselves.

See ya soon.

Mystery DJ, Will You Please Stand Up?
# Track * Artist * Album * Label
01.) 45:33 (Prins Thomas Diskomix) [Excerpt] * LCD Soundsystem * 45:33 Remixes * DFA Records
02.) Sally Goodin’ * Steve Martin * The Steve Martin Brothers * Warner Bros. Records
03.) Pine Box * Slim Cessna’s Auto Club * Always Say Please and Thank You * Alternative Tentacles Records
04.) Country Death Song * Violent Femmes * Hallowed Ground * Slash Records
05.) Hey There Fancy Pants * Ween * Quebec * Sanctuary Records
06.) 45:33 (Prins Thomas Diskomix) [Excerpt] * LCD Soundsystem * 45:33 Remixes * DFA Records
07.) Lola * The Kinks * “Lola” b/w “Mindless Child of Motherhood” * Reprise Records
08.) House Full of Garbage * Shellac * Terraform * Touch & Go Records
09.) Howlin’ For You * The Black Keys * Brothers
10.) Sidewalking * Jesus & Mary Chain
11.) 45:33 (Prins Thomas Diskomix) [Excerpt] * LCD Soundsystem * 45:33 Remixes * DFA Records
12.) Things I Don’t Remember * Ugly Casanova * Sharpen Your Teeth * Sub Pop Records
13.) Bananas & Blow * Ween * White Pepper * Elektra Records
14.) She Went Black * Breakup Breakdown
15.) Gouge Away [Live] * Pixies * Death to the Pixies * Elektra Records
16.) 45:33 (Runaway Remix) [Excerpt] * LCD Soundsystem * 45:33 Remixes * DFA Records
17.) Telegram Sam * Bauhaus * Telegram Sam 12″ * Expanded Music Records
18.) Jeepster * T. Rex * Electric Warrior
19.) I’m Afraid of Americans * David Bowie * I’m Afraid of Americans 12″ * Virgin Records
20.) Blues From a Gun * Jesus & Mary Chain
21.) 45:33 (Prins Thomas Diskomix) [Excerpt] * LCD Soundsystem * 45:33 Remixes * DFA Records
22.) Diamonds on My Windshield * Tom Waits * The Heart of Saturday Night * Asylum Records
23.) Come Together * The Beatles * Abbey Road * Apple Records
24.) A.T.H.F. * Danger Doom * The Mouse And The Mask * Epitaph Records
25.) All My Friends * LCD Soundsystem
26.) Neckbrace * Ratatat * LP4
27.) Girls Just Want to Have Fun * Starfucker * Jupiter * Badman Records
28.) 45:33 (Prins Thomas Diskomix) [Excerpt] * LCD Soundsystem * 45:33 Remixes * DFA Records
29.) The Squirrel Song * Shellac * 1000 Hurts * Touch & Go Records

KPSU Playlist

Episode 064: Rock Out With Your Goth Out

Like My Blah Blah Blah

Like My Blah Blah Blah

Episode 064: Rock Out With Your Goth Out w/ Anonymous 2
(Where we bring you an hour of music that we all know and love, but some of us are afraid to admit to. Featuring special guest, Anonymous 2!)

Nearly everyone of a certain age range has a little bit of Goth lurking in their past. And by Goth, I’m not talking about the modern conception thereof: ridiculous make-up, yards and yards of black clothing, smoking cloves and doing all of the spooky dances you can think of when you find a DJ that will play a healthy dose of Skinny Puppy. To me, Goth music has been best when it isn’t so much about fashion, but about a certain sound. It took me a long time to come to terms with this, and this was compounded by people I knew in the past who were more about the fashion and less about the music. During this hour, I try to feature bands that I think got it right.

Were you to ask me about Goth music even a few years ago, I would have rolled my eyes, laughed, and told you a story about certain ex-roommates I’ve had to deal with. But something happened when I finally listened to Joy Division, and soon enough all sorts of spooky music was beginning to bubble to the surface of my records. I would be hard pressed to identify myself as a Goth, by any stretch of the definition, mostly because I tend to laugh at everything, wear way too much brown, and quote “Weird Al” a little more often than the av-er-age bear. But I have to admit, there are overcast days and lonely evenings where there is nothing better in the world than wine and Cocteau Twins, and on those days, you will find me in full-batcave mode. When I put my mind to it, I can take brooding to hitherto unparalleled depths.

I’m sure there will be many of you who will challenge some of the selections I’ve picked for this show, and to that I have no real response other than: I don’t see you making an effort. While all the artists I picked for this show many not be cob-web-clearing dance moves, roots-re-dying, excessive eyeliner wearing Goth bands, I picked songs that I felt sustained the mood I was going for. I promise: if you didn’t know The Flaming Lips were the band, would it really bother you that much? Listen to the show first, then tell me where I went wrong.

This show featured a special guest, Anonymous 2, a new KPSU volunteer that I was training during the broadcast. Hopefully they will soon become publicly known, so I can refer to them by their real name, but in the meantime all I can say is that they will be on the air soon enough, and I have a feeling they will bring you exactly the kind of show you will need to hear, provided you are a radio listeners, and are tired of listening to crap when you tune the dial away from KPSU. Stay tuned for more information concerning that.

This show was also the second 2010 Pledge Drive show for Blasphuphmus Radio, and with that in mind, I did a lot of promotion during this show. KPSU is funded by PSU, but we also depend heavily on listener donations to make sure that we can operate. (Without them, we wouldn’t be on the air.) Even though the show is over, it is not too late to donate money. Just got to kpsu.org, and you can donate money electronically. And, my previous offer still stands: anyone who makes a cash donation to KPSU (because they heard it on my show) will receive a compilation CD called Good Morning Portland, featuring live music by artists that performed In-Studio at KPSU. You cannot hear these recordings anywhere else, and in some cases, only on my show. It’s one of the cool things that we offer to listeners of our show because we care, and hopefully you do, too.

That does it for us this week. See ya in seven.

Rock Out With Your Goth Out
# Track * Artist * Album * Label
01.) Man On Ladder * Nickname: Rebel * Offset Needles Radius VS. Nickname: Rebel * Wow Cool Records
02.) She’s Lost Control * Joy Division * Unknown Pleasures * Rhino/Wea Records
03.) Spellbound * Siouxie and the Banshees * Juju * DGC Records
04.) Some Kinds Of Geishas * Nitebrite * 23 March, 2007 In-Studio Performance * Blasphuphmus Radio
05.) See the Leaves * The Flaming Lips * Embryonic * Warner Bros. Records
06.) Print Through * Nickname: Rebel * Offset Needles Radius VS. Nickname: Rebel * Wow Cool Records
07.) It’s Not You * The Cure * Three Imaginary Boys
08.) Graveyard * Public Image Ltd. * Second Edition * Warner Bros. Records
09.) Romantic Space Dream * The Human Genome Project * 17 September, 2004 In-Studio Performance * Blasphuphmus Radio
10.) Steel Worker * Big Black * Lungs * Touch and Go Records
11.) Quarter Inch Jack * Nickname: Rebel * Offset Needles Radius VS. Nickname: Rebel * Wow Cool Records
12.) Blood Bitch * Cocteau Twins * Garlands * 4AD Records
13.) Hamlet (Pow, Pow, Pow) * The Birthday Party * Junkyard * 4AD Records
14.) Reincarnation Blues * Grails * Doomsdayer’s Holiday * Temporary Residence Records

KPSU Playlist

Episode 044: Fromage de l’Halloween

Open A Can Of Halloween!

Open A Can Of Halloween!

Episode 044: Fromage de l’Halloween
(Featuring even more of the same, and then some, from a October 25th, 2006 show.)

Corny music! And spook-tacular news concerning next week’s show! Can you believe all the exclamation points?!  During the original broadcast, I was training a new KPSU volunteer, who shares this show with me.  It’s a whole lot of Halloween fun packed into one hour.

See ya in seven.

Fromage de l’Halloween

01.) A Night In A Haunted House * Sounds To Make You Shiver
02.) Halloween Hootenanny * Zacherle * Halloween Hootenanny
03.) Halloween At KPSU
04.) This Is Halloween * Danny Elfman * The Nightmare Before Christmas
05.) Dark Shadows Main Title Theme
06.) A Fistful Of Terror * The Bomboras * Halloween Hootenanny
07.) Tales From The Crypt Main Title Theme * Danny Elfman
08.) Gravewalk * Satan’s Pilgrims
09.) Treehouse Of Horror * The Simpsons
10.) Sir Roderic’s Song * William Schwenck Gilbert
11.) The Thing Strikes (Excerpt I) * Henry Mancini
12.) The Addams Family Main Title Theme
13.) Young Frankenstein Main Title Theme
14.) Dracula * Phillip Glass & The Kronos Quartet
15.) The Twilight Zone Main Title Theme
16.) Big Zombie * The Mekons
17.) The Simpsons / Addams Family Closing Title Theme
18.) The Thing Strikes (Excerpt II) * Henry Mancini
19.) Ghostbusters * Ray Parker Jr.
20.) Spectre Detector * The Tiki Tones * The Tiki Tones Play Songs For The Suburban Savage
21.) Man Seeks The Future * Attilio “Art” Mineo * Man In Space With Sounds
22.) Boo! (Hoo Hoo!) * The Famous Monsters
23.) The Munsters Main Title Theme
24.) Halloween (Live) * MX-80 * Always Leave ‘Em Wanting Less
25.) Gayway To Heaven * Attilio “Art” Mineo * Man In Space With Sounds
26.) The Haunted House * Vic Crume
27.) The Great Pumpkin Waltz * Vince Guarldi
28.) Happy Halloween * Zacherle

Episode 019: Battlesnakes Now!

Battlesnakes, LIVE!

Battlesnakes, LIVE!

Episode 019: Battlesnakes Now!
(Featuring live performances – and a DJ set – by Alpha Protist & Nil Admirari, plus a slew of music from the Battlesnakes catalog.)

KPSU Playlist

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Looking for some new local music? Then look no further, because today’s special two-hour broadcast features two artists from the local Battlesnakes Collective!

I’d be careful if I were you. These snakes are dangerous.

Episode 013: International Women

Hot Women

Hot Women

Episode 013: International Women w/ Georgette

My friend Georgette joins me for an hour of music by International female artists, representing six of the seven continents, and featuring only one American (singing in French, mind you). It’s a pretty interesting set, all courtesy of Georgette.

Lyra Cyst

Lyra Cyst

Lyra Cyst

Lyra Cyst (KPSU Phase I Episode 136)

01.) Zeytinyagli * Mustafa Ozkent * Genclik Ile Elele
02.) D-7 * The Wipers * Is This Real?
03.) Alternative Ulster * Stiff Little Fingers * All The Best
04.) Tokyo Gold * Murder City Devils * 7″
05.) Uskudar * Mustafa Ozkent * Genclik Ile Elele
06.) Running Out Of Time * Dead Moon * Hard Wired in Ljubljana
07.) D.M.S.O. * Dead Kennedys * Bedtime for Democracy
08.) Ounce Of Prevention * …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead * …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
09.) Invisible City * Gordon Taylor * In-Studio Performance 12/13/05
10.) Dolana * Mustafa Ozkent * Genclik Ile Elele
11.) Cheap Tragedies * The Avengers * The Avengers
12.) White Girl * X * Beyond And Back: The X Anthology
13.) Search & Destroy * The Stooges * Raw Power
14.) Blow Up * The Dils * Rat Music For Rat People
15.) Shemp * Dance Card * In-Studio Performance 04/12/05
16.) I’m Waiting For My Man * The Velvet Underground * The Best Of…
17.) Neat Neat Neat * The Damned * DIY: Anarchy In The UK: UK Punk (1976-77)

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Halloween Cheese II (2006)

Halloween Cheese

Halloween Cheese

Halloween Spook-tacular Part IV: Halloween Cheese II (Phase I Episode 125)

During the broadcast of this episode, I was training a new KPSU volunteer, who makes appearances during the voice-overs.

Playlist:

01.) A Night In A Haunted House * Sounds To Make You Shiver
02.) Halloween Hootenanny * Zacherle * Halloween Hootenanny
03.) Halloween At KPSU
04.) This Is Halloween * Danny Elfman * The Nightmare Before Christmas
05.) Dark Shadows Main Title Theme
06.) A Fistful Of Terror * The Bomboras * Halloween Hootenanny
07.) Tales From The Crypt Main Title Theme * Danny Elfman
08.) Gravewalk * Satan’s Pilgrims
09.) Treehouse Of Horror * The Simpsons
10.) Sir Roderic’s Song * William Schwenck Gilbert
11.) The Thing Strikes (Excerpt I) * Henry Mancini
12.) The Addams Family Main Title Theme
13.) Young Frankenstein Main Title Theme
14.) Dracula * Phillip Glass & The Kronos Quartet
15.) The Twilight Zone Main Title Theme
16.) Big Zombie * The Mekons
17.) The Simpsons / Addams Family Closing Title Theme
18.) The Thing Strikes (Excerpt II) * Henry Mancini
19.) Ghostbusters * Ray Parker Jr.
20.) Spectre Detector * The Tiki Tones * The Tiki Tones Play Songs For The Suburban Savage
21.) Man Seeks The Future * Attilio “Art” Mineo * Man In Space With Sounds
22.) Boo! (Hoo Hoo!) * The Famous Monsters
23.) The Munsters Main Title Theme
24.) Halloween (Live) * MX-80 * Always Leave ‘Em Wanting Less
25.) Gayway To Heaven * Attilio “Art” Mineo * Man In Space With Sounds
26.) The Haunted House * Vic Crume
27.) The Great Pumpkin Waltz * Vince Guarldi
28.) Happy Halloween * Zacherle

A Lot Of The Usual Weird Stuff

 

"Weird"

“Weird”

A Lot Of The Usual Weird Stuff (Phase I Episode 108)

Two Hours Of Madness! Since Cybil War was gone this week, I dig deep into my collection and pull out two hours of great stuff for ya’ll to enjoy. For hour #1 I play a lot of the usual weird stuff that’s been getting me off lately. For hour two, I flew in some of my lackeys (one of which was celebrating a birthday) and let them do all the work for me. From start to finish it’s a strange mix o’ stuff, but the rock never stopped, and by the end we’d run the entire gamut of tunes. This is great for one of those parties that starts out really weird but ends with folks wanting to do the pop-punk shuffle.

Playlist

01.) Ran Amber * Pelican * Invaders
02.) We’re No Here * Mogwai * Mr. Beast
03.) 02 * Sote * Dastgaah
04.) Uh-Oh * Nice Nice * Yesss!
05.) Fly Like A Rat * Mr. Quintron & Miss Pussycat * Swamp Tech
06.) Start To Move * Wire * Pink Flag
07.) 2wice * Mission Of Burma * The Obliterati
08.) At My Job * Dead Kennedys * Frankenchrist
09.) My Job At The Hive * Coachwhips * Double Death
10.) Silvery Colorado * Thrones * Day Late, Dollar Short
11.) Twilight Furniture * This Heat * This Heat
12.) Biography Of The Sun * Pink Mountain * Pink Mountain
13.) Tire Bracelets For Coffin Life * Zach Hill And Mick Barr * Shred Earthship
14.) It Took The Night To Believe * Sun 0))) * Black One
15.) Just A Min It * The Black Noise Orchestra * Recorded Live on 06/25/06
16.) Zombi * Los Sleepers * Mas Rock And Roll: 26 Rare 60’s Teen-Punk Artyfacts
17.) Search And Destroy * The Stooges * Raw Power
18.) Semi-OK * The Mr. T Experience * Love Is Dead
19.) Pyrite Pedestal * Pretty Girls Make Graves * Élan Vital
20.) Gone * Scared of Chaka * 7″
21.) Big News * These Arms Are Snakes * Oxeneers or the Lion Sleeps When Its Antelope Go Home
22.) Please Please Please * The Headliners * The Headliners
23.) Preacher Man * Power of County * Dirty Western
24.) Something Finally Impressed You * Wet Confetti * Policia de la Educacion
25.) Dr. Worm * They Might Be Giants * Dial A Song: 20 Years Of They Might Be Giants
26.) Merry Un-Birthday * Alice In Wonderland Cast * Walt Disney’s Story Of Alice In Wonderland
27.) Boxcar * Jawbreaker * 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
28.) Tough Ghost * The Unicorns * Who WIll Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?
29.) Your Rules * Andrew W.K. * The Wolf
30.) Tainted Love * Soft Cell * Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret

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Kristen

Kristen

Kristen

Kristen (KPSU Phase I Episode 098)

With a guest on board this week, we did a tag team show as I try to teach her the ins and outs of radio. Things get pretty weird at times and we plunge deep into our record collections and come up with things covered in dust and goo. But by the second half of the show we manage to settle down and figure out where we want to go with things, and build to what I think is a fantastically ass-shakin’ finale. Hilarity ensues.

Playlist:

01.) If You Ever Hear Anybody SayRulocks, They Got It From Us * Book Of Maps * II
02.) Jãbalqã * Secret Chiefs 3 * Second
03.) Diet Of Worms * This Heat * This Heat
04.) The Tower * NoMeansNo * Wrong
05.) Our Prayer * Albert Ayler * “Trane Was The Father. Pharoah Was The Son. I Was The Holy Ghost.”
06.) Muffin Man [Excerpt] * Frank Zappa & Captain Beefheart * Bongo Fury
07.) The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song * The Flaming Lips * At War With The Mystics
08.) Mote * Sonic Youth * Goo
09.) It’s Not Alright To Keep Count * If If, Was Was… * Another Word For Thesaurus
10.) Sleep Is Rong (Finally) * Sleepytime Gorilla Museum * Live
11.) Soggy Nacho Stomp * Cark * Superhellamegaepic
12.) Brittle Women * Glass Candy * Love Love Love
13.) Dear Prudence * Siouxsie & The Banshees * Twice Upon A Time: The Singles

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Talkdemonic, LIVE!

Talkdemonic

Talkdemonic

Talkdemonic, LIVE! (Live Friday 053)

Local stars in the PDX music scene, Talkdemonic is Kevin O’Connor (drums, synths, pianos, programming, bass, accordion, banjo, guitar, rhodes, wurlitzer, etc.) and Lisa Molinaro (viola and synths). What began in 2002 as a recording project soon evolved into a full album, recorded over a year in basements, bedrooms, and at a real studio. A flurry of touring and playing out following, and another album surfaced last year. Their songs are beautifully crafted electro pop, combining the organic and synthetic, old and new, in ways that have really generated a big fan base, and not just in PDX. But the only way to really get a feel for what they do is to tune in, this Friday.   Special Guest Host: Patrick!

Christian

Christian

Christian

Christian (KPSU Phase I Episode 090)

My buddy Christian and I often talk about records and music when we get together, so this week we decided to play records for Portland, too.  I was just beginning to come down with a tragic illness during this show, so if I sound out of it, you know why.

At this time, our program was on from 5 P.M. – 6 P.M.

01.) ******* * The Flaming Lips
02.) Sun Chasing (Live) * The Pink Snowflakes
03.) Return To Heaven * Comets On Fire
04.) Working * Piano
05.) The Future, Wouldn’t That Be Nice * The Books
06.) Slippi * Animal Collective
07.) All Tomorrow’s Parties * The Velvet Underground
08.) Party Fears Two * The Associates
09.) Spaun * All Natural Lemon And Lime Flavors
10.) Tommy Gun Angel * Bardo Pond
11.) Crimine * Nuno Canavarro
12.) (track 11) * Jack Rose
13.) Joaquin Antique Riverboat Hizzos * Matt Valentine
14.) Track 1 * A Chicago Soul Jazz Compilation

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Quinten & James

Guest DJs

Guest DJs

Quinten & James (KPSU Phase I Episode 084)

This week my friends Quinten & James came down to the station to play some of their favorite songs. This show has been quite a while in the making, as Quinten and I have been wanting to team up on a show for some time now. James tagging along was an added bonus. I can see this being the first in a series of similar shows. Hell yeah.

At this time, our program was on from 5 P.M. – 6 P.M.

01.) Prison Song * The Ex
02.) Drummer Boy * Scout Niblett
03.) Cul Sack * Thrones
04.) Break * Fugazi
05.) Graveyard Shift * NOMEANSNO
06.) Good Morning Captain * Slint
07.) Return Of The Rat * The Wipers
08.) Ain’t Too Proud To Beg * The Temptations
09.) Forty-Eight * Straitjacket
10.) Joy * Minutemen
11.) Outsider * The Ramones
12.) Human Being * The New York Dolls
13.) Dog And Pony Show * Shellac
14.) A Lot Of Livin’ To Do * Louis Armstrong

Hooray For Tuesdays w/ DJ Debeers, aka The Diamondkutta

DJ Debeers

DJ Debeers

Hooray For Tuesdays w/ DJ Debeers, aka The Diamondkutta (KPSU Phase I Episode 073)

For this show, I did a special presentation of an old KPSU standard, “Hooray For Tuesdays,” with DJ Debeers, aka The Diamondkutta. Debeers was the backbone of KPSU for a long time, and the host of “Live Friday” for almost three years. He’s also extremely active in the PDX-Pop scene locally, and has been an indie-rock mover and shaker for quite some time. For this show, Debeers presented some of his new favorite indie-rock hits in a pre-packaged show he did at home. This may be a recurring feature, so stay tuned for future shows.  At this time our show was on from 5 P.M. – 6 P.M.

The Frasier Fantasy w/ Katie

Nuggets

Nuggets

The Frasier Fantasy w/ Katie (KPSU Phase I Episode 047)

This show is from near the end of my first full year at KPSU, and by this point, I was deep into my Nuggets / 60’s rock phase as a DJ.  My friend DJ Revolting Earwig had turned me on to the Nuggets boxed set (both Vol. 1 & 2), right around the time picked up Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd, Love & The Great Society.  The ’60’s were starting to become my favorite period of music, and almost as suddenly as my show was cut down to a single hour, it completely switched to all-Nuggets, all the time.

I became extremely systematic about my music consumption during this period, and started tracking down all the bands on these comps at the library, and in the KPSU catalog.  (At the time, KPSU had a huge CD catalog of ’60’s music.)  I saw this particular strain of the ’60’s to be the precursor of punk, and while this is not a new observation (the original Nuggets record used the word “punk” to describe this era), to me it felt like a revelation.  I did all I could to become knowledgeable, and in many ways – to this very day – I find this era endlessly vital.  There are always new discoveries to be made, and new sounds to immerse myself in.

One common practice that I regularly indulged in while at KPSU was new DJ training, and during this show I went through the process with my friend, Katie.  I was a little sad to find that she never got past the apprenticing phase, as I would have loved to hear a show that she regularly hosted.  However, we got to do this show together, and now that she no longer lives in the area, this is really the only reminder of her that I have.

This is a pre-podcast era show, as was transferred from a Mini-Disc recording I made of the program.  The mix on this show is pretty great, and contains some of my favorite musical gems.  I also find it interesting that this show comes from a time when I did four, 15 minute blocks, instead of three, 20 minute blocks.  Oh, how things have changed.  At this time, our program was on 5 P.M. – 6 P.M.

Enjoy!

The Frasier Fantasy

01.) Spellbound * Spellbinders
02.) Rat’s Revenge Part Two * The Rats
03.) Fire Engine * The Thirteenth Floor Elevators
04.) Somebody To Love * Grace Slick and the Great Society
05.) Sorry She’s Mine * Small Faces

06.) The Swag * Link Wray
07.) I Happen To Love You * The Electric Prunes
08.) Who’ll Be The Next In Line * The Kinks
09.) Zig Zag Wanderer * Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band
10.) Lelana * Donovan

11.) Baby Blue * The Chocolate Watch Band
12.) Girl I Want You * The Seeds
13.) Sit With The Guru * Strawberry Alarm Clock
14.) Why Pick On Me * Standells

15.) Wowie Zowie * The Mothers Of Invention
16.) AndMoreAgain * Love
17.) Mr. Tambourine * The Barbarians
18.) (Would I Still Be) Her Big Man * The Briggands
19.) Lucifer Sam * Pink Floyd

Nuggets w/ The Other Pope

Nuggets

Nuggets

Nuggets w/ The Other Pope (KPSU Phase I Episode 037)

At this time, our program was on from 5 P.M. – 6 P.M.

01.) Ballot Bachs * The Shades
02.) Diddy Wah Ditty * Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band
03.) Lost You * The Enchanters 4
04.) Laugh Laugh * Beau Brummels
05.) Old Man * The Londons
06.) [We Ain’t Got] Nothing Yet * Blues Magoos
07.) High On A Cloud * The Traits
08.) I Ain’t No Miracle Worker * Brogues
09.) I Can Only Give You Everything * The Ambertones
10.) Sweet Young Thing * Chocolate Watchband
11.) Cause It Was Her * The Grapes Of Wrath
12.) Last Time Around * Del Vetts
13.) Yellow Blues * Charles Manson
14.) Spazz * Elastik Band
15.) Piece of Jewelry * The Ardels
16.) I See The Light * Five Americans
17.) You Tell Lies * The Inmates I Wonder * Gants
18.) Like What, Me Worry? * 006
19.) Nobody But Me * Human Beinz

Cacophony

Cacophony

Cacophony

Cacophony (Phase I Episode 025)

For those of you who tuned it to hear Jonathan Richman, sadly he had to cancel at the last minute.  He got snowed in, and was sadly unable to get to Portland in time for the in-studio.  Still, I got guest-ed for the show tonight, so it’s not all bad.   4 P.M. – 6 P.M.

01.) The Empty Glass Has A Name * Trevor Dunn’s Trio Convulsant
02.) Deus Ex Machina * Omar A. Rodriguez-Lopez
03.) This Place Is Haunted * Devotchka
04.) Drab * Giant Sand
05.) New Orleans Fuzz * David Thomas & Two Pale Boys
06.) Superman * Dr. Mix & The Remix
07.) Debbie Debbie * Gary Wilson
08.) Among Dreams * Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti 2
09.) Rainbow Silhouette * Deerhoof
10.) Against The Peruvian Monster * Man Man
11.) And Last Night? * Enablers
12.) Confusion Errorist * The Ex
13.) Real * William Shatner
14.) Kool Thing * Tub Ring
15.) Tamu * Papa M
16.) 4 Door Maverick * Howe Gelb
17.) Hanky Panky * The Cramps
18.) Bury Me With It * Modest Mouse
19.) People Die * Travis Morrison
20.) Astonished (In Memphis) * Giant Sand
21.) Go * Sparklehorse w/ The Flaming Lips
22.) Understanding the New Violence * Uncut
23.) Dripping Dream * Sonic Youth
24.) Love Tank * Courage
25.) Denison Witmer (24 turned 25) * The Militia Group
26.) Cacophony * Karate

Election Day w/ Phil

Election Day Special

Election Day Special

Election Day w/ Phil (KPSU Phase I Episode 020)

At this time, our program was on from 4 P.M. – 6 P.M.

01.) The Palpitations Form A Limit * Omar A. Rodriguez-Lopez
02.) Desaparecere * Deerhoof
03.) Ten Pound Moustache * Man Man
04.) 12.8.80 * Blueprint Car Crash
05.) Samoa’s Revenge * The Divorce
06.) Birds * Mock Orange
07.) No Guns * Whirlwind Heat
08.) Twice Upon A Time * The Zinedines
09.) Lovely Guilty * Visqueen
10.) Song For The Orca * Travis Morrison
11.) Mamma’s Boy * Nancy Sinatra
12.) Together * William Shatner
13.) Out To Get Me * The Like Young
14.) Behold! The Hornless Unicorn * The Stella Link
15.) Dance * Battles
16.) Brainless Wonder * Nomeansno
17.) Listen To The Painters * The Ex
18.) New Orleans Fuzz * Dave Thomas & Two Pale Boys
19.) 26 Temptations * Devotchka
20.) How It Ends * Devotchka
21.) King Kong * Tom Waits
22.) The Night is A Blackbird * Augie March
23.) Another Political Poem * King missle III
24.) The Horizon Sweet: Overture On Air / Tomorrow’s Sunrise / Inside the Outside / Sound Barrier * Zolar X
25.) The 17 year Cicada * Sleepy Time Gorilla Museum
26.) Rosanne * Mekons
27.) In The Plastic Motel Bar At The End Of The Desert * Dr Mix And The Remix

“Halloween Spook-tacular II” b/w “Neil Diamond’s Hour of Power” (2004)

Halloween, 1985

Halloween, 1985

(KPSU Phase I  Episode 016)

This episode was broken into two halves, featuring Halloween and other tunes during the first hour, and an all-Neil Diamond tribute hour co-hosted with my friend Melanie.

Halloween Spook-tacular II
4 P.M. – 5 P.M.

01.) Gravewalk * Satan’s Pilgrims
02.) 2:35 * Spacemen 3
03.) Return The Gift * Gang Of Four
04.) Hold On To Your Genre * Les Savy Fav
05.) She Is Not Alone * Sonic Youth
06.) Spectra Sonic Sound * Nation Of Ulysess
07.) I Am The Sun * Swans
08.) My Concentration, Oh No * 1/2 Japanese
09.) It’s Halloween * The Shaggs
10.) The Chosen * King Missile III
11.) [ ] / Birds * That 1 Guy
12.) Familiar Love * William Shatner
13.) Section 13: Two Thousand Places * The Polyphonic Spree
14.) Corpus Christi * The Avengers
15.) Everyday Is Halloween * Ministry

The Man Himself

The Man Himself

Neil Diamond’s Hour Of Power w/ Melanie
5 P.M. – 6 P.M.

01.) Holy Holy
02.) Solitary Man
03.) You Got To Me
04.) Forever In Blue Jeans
05.) The Boat That I Row
06.) The Long way Home
07.) Smokey Lady
08.) I Am… I Said
09.) Kentucky Woman
10.) Sweet Caroline
11.) Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Soon
12.) Do It
13.) New Orleans
14.) Cherry Cherry
15.) The Singer Sings His Song
16.) Song Sung Blue [Live]
17.) I’m A Believer
18.) Thank The Lord For The Night Time
19.) Brother Love’s Traveling Show

Shawn

Not This Shawn

Not This Shawn

Shawn (KPSU Phase I Episode 010)

At this time our program was on from 4 P.M. – 6 P.M.

Playlist

01.) I Wouldn’t Hurt A Fly * Kinski
02.) The Gauntlet * The Fucking Am
03.) Ghostwriter Remix * RJD2
04.) Streams Of Whiskey * The Pogues
05.) Gigantic * The Pixies
06.) Lapland * Ratatat
07.) Delinquent Words * Jandek
08.) Why Must You Hate Me * Prince Paul
09.) Rocket Roll * Zolar X
10.) Making Time * Creation
11.) Fight Test * The Flaming Lips
12.) Secret Curse * The Dismemberment Plan
13.) Homage * …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
14.) Captive Of Atrophy * Rudimentary Peni
15.) Nervous Breakdown * Black Flag
16.) Bruitist Pome #5 * Refused
17.) Murder City Nights * Radio Birdman
18.) Loud / Louder / Loudest * 1/2 Japanese
19.) I’d Rather Be Clogging * KARP
20.) All Worked Up * The Flip Tops
21.) I Wanna Be Sedated * Ramones
22.) Pass The Mic * Beastie Boys
23.) Mariah Carey And The Arthur Doyle Hand Cream * Sonic Youth
24.) Strangers * Ben Weasel
25.) Hollywood Squares * Dillinger Escape Plan w/ Mike Patton
26.) Cottleston Pie * Cringer
27.) Semi OK * Mr. T Experience
28.) Love And War * Dialated Peoples
29.) To Get A Gun * Prince Paul
30.) I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts * X
31.) Free Devil Jam * Thee Michelle Gun Elephant
32.) Turn It Out * American Steele
33.) Straight To Hell * The Clash

Greta

Not This Greta

Not This Greta

Greta (KPSU Phase I Episode 009)

At this time, our program was on from 4 P.M. – 6 P.M.

Playlist:

01.) Bad Leg * The Fucking Am
02.) The Grandmother Wolf * Pretty Girls Make Graves
03.) XTC vs. Adam Ant * They Might Be Giants
04.) 2nd Street * Pinhead Gunpowder
05.) Tragedy * Wipers
06.) Here Comes Your Man * Pixies
07.) Bukowski * Modest Mouse
08.) Contact * The Prids
09.) Transmutate Me * Empty Room
10.) Point That Thing Somewhere Else * Kinski
11.) I Dream I Dream * Sonic Youth
12.) Bermuda Highway * My Morning Jacket
13.) My Favorite Show Is 90210 * Jon Cougar Concentration Camp
14.) Turbonegro Must Be Destroyed * Turbonegro
15.) When The Stars Begin To Fall * Tomahawk
16.) Perkonkalve * Skyforger
17.) Egyptian Summer [a.k.a. Love Dance] * The Metropole Orchestra
18.) Boss Kitty * The Oxes
19.) Land Mine * Party Time
20.) New Feeling * Talking Heads
21.) Sidewalk * Built To Spill
22.) The Halo Benders * The Halo Benders
23.) My Evil Twin * They Might Be Giants
24.) Dirty Mutha Fuzz * Cherry Poppin’ Daddies
25.) I Came As A Rat * Modest Mouse
26.) It’s Gonna Work Out Fine * Ike And Tina Turner
27.) Head With Wings * Morphine
28.) You Were Right * Built To Spill
29.) Don’t Worry About The Government * Talking Heads
30.) Dance Me To The End Of Love * Leonard Cohen

A Geosynchronous Orbit

A Jet Powered, Monkey Navigated Device

A Jet Powered, Monkey Navigated Device

A Geosynchronous Orbit w/ The Pirate Pat (KWVA Episode 050)

This show was on the air from 3 A.M. – 6 A.M.  The link above directs you to an episode from 14 August 2012 where part of this episode exists in a highly edited form.

Partial Playlist:

01.) Love Story * Lagwagon
02.) Self Cleanin’ Lovin’ * Royal Grand Prix
03.) The Good The Bad And The Kowalskis * The Avengers
04.) So Young * The Wipers
05.) ?? * The Twitz
06.) Believe In Me * The Beastie Boys
07.) Tommy Slich * The Frumpies
08.) Mommy’s Little Monster * Social Distortion
09.) Take You Higher! * Tight Bros. From Way Back When
10.) Typical * Poison Idea
11.) Fuk New York * Blatz
12.) Dance Of The Headless Bourgeoise * NOMEANSNO
13.) Fake Fake Eyes * …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead
14.) High School Shop Class Constructs Bicycle Built For 26 * Jad Fair & Yo La Tengo
15.) Stuart * Dead Milkmen
16.) Don’t Need * Deep Wound
17.) Dragnalus * Unwound
18.) No Brains * Eater
19.) Thirsty And Miserable * Black Flag
20.) We Must Bleed * Germs
21.) Stranger Than Fiction * Bad Religion
22.) ?? * El Duce
23.) Go To Work Drunk * Men’s Recovery Project
24.) It’s Saturday * King Missile
25.) Veloria * The Pixies
26.) Rock ‘N’ Roll & Sauerkraut * Neutered Prunes
27.) You’ll Be A Warrior * The Rebel Force Band
28.) 1:00 / Erotomatica * Servotron
29.) Hit The Pavement * Cathead
30.) Cool Senior High School (Fight Song) * Nation Of Ulysses
31.) Shoein’ * Crackerbash
32.) High Ya! * Supersuckers
33.) Giant Squid * The Crabs
34.) The Muppet Show Theme
35.) Buenas Tardes Amigo * Ween
36.) Goin’ Out West * Tom Waits
37.) Clowney Clown Clown * Crispin Hellion Glover
38.) Escape Through The Air Vents * Man… Or Astro-Man?
39.) In My Mind * Crimpshrine
40.) Dodge Veg-O-Matic * Jonathan Richman & The Modern Lovers
41.) Pump It Up * Elvis Costello
42.) I Can’t Get No Satisfaction * Devo
43.) Freak Scene * Dinosaur Jr.

The Pope Pays A Visit

He's Opening The Door To The Studio...

He’s Opening The Door To The Studio…

The Pope Pays A Visit (KWVA Episode 040)

At this time, our show was on from 4 A.M. – 6 A.M.

The Pope Pays A Visit

01.) ?? (The Frumpies)
02.) ?? (Unwound)
03.) ?? (Yo La Tengo)
04.) Down At The Drive-In (The Donnas)
05.) ?? (Royal Grand Prix)
06.) ?? (The Fartz)
07.) ?? (Satan’s Pilgrims)
08.) ?? (The Phantom Surfers)
09.) Crochet (Julie Ruin)
10.) Suicidal Failure (Suicidal Tendencies)
11.) ?? (Belle & Sebastian)
12.) He’s Outta Sight (The Rondelles)
13.) The Muppet Show Theme
14.) Chewie The Rookie Wookie (The Rebel Force Band)
15.) Secret Agent Man (The Plugz)
16.) Nan (Ween)
17.) Yellow, Black And Rectangular (Negativland)
18.) ?? (??)
19.) Barefootin’ At Yer Own Risk (Cathead)
20.) Love Theme From Kiss (Kiss)
21.) World War III Is A Giant Ice Cream Cone (King Missile [Dog Fly Religion])
22.) Save The Children (Sam & Joe)
23.) After School Special (Mr. Bungle)
24.) Do You Think I’m Sexy (Revolting Cocks)
25.) Laughing Polka (Lawrence Welk)
26.) ?? (Gert Wilden & His Orchestra)
27.) The Sounds Of Science (Beastie Boys)
28.) See You At Lakefair (KARP)
29.) Martin Scorsese (King Missile)
30.) Seether (Veruca Salt)

The Kelly Experience

 

The Kelly Experience

The Kelly Experience

The Kelly Experience w/ Tia (KWVA Episode 031)

At this time our program was on from 4 A.M. – 6 A.M.  The link above directs you to an episode from 28 May 2012, where part of it exists in a highly edited form.

Partial Playlist:

01.) Handsome Traveler (KARP) *
02.) Beastie Revolution (Beastie Boys) *
03.) All Lies (NOMEANSNO) *
04.) Reverb 10,000 (Man… Or Astro-Man?) *
05.) ?? (??) *
06.) ?? (??) *
07.) Orgasm Addict (Buzzcocks) *
08.) We Are 138 (Misfits) *
09.) The Other Newest One (Germs) *
10.) It’s Expected I’m Gone (Jawbox) *
11.) ?? (??) *
12.) ?? (??) *
13.) Fuck Shit Up (Dub Narcotic Sound System) *
14.) Apt. #5 (Julie Ruin) *
15.) Index Of The S.R.A. (Servotron) *
16.) ?? (??) *
17.) Scream (Kemical Religion) *
18.) Stereo Sancity (Sonic Youth) *
19.) Envelope (Unwound) *
20.) Corporate Takeover (Operation Re-Information) *
21.) The Little Sandwhich Who Had A Horrible Guilt Complex Because He Was The Sole Surivor Of A Horrible Bus Crash (King Missile III) *
22.) Ma Meeshka Mow Skwoz (Mr. Bungle) *
23.) American Jesus (Bad Religion) *
24.) Come Out And Play (The Moog Cookbook) *
25.) ?? (Sonic Youth) *
26.) ?? (Unwound) *
27.) Heihd (Cathead) *
28.) Batman (Naked City) *
29.) Up Front (Wipers) *
30.) Estrogen (The Supermodles) *
31.) I Have A Bad Feeling About This (Supergenius) *
32.) She Fucks Me (Ween) *
33.) Magic Pig Detective (Melvins) *
34.) ?? (??) *
35.) Manic (Kemical Religion) *

Track Night (featuring Oi)

Oi Oi Oi

Oi Oi Oi

Track Night (featuring Oi) w/ Geni (KWVA Episode 022)

At this time, our program was on from 4 A.M. – 6 A.M.  The link above directs you to an episode from 14 August 2012 where part of this episode exists in a highly edited form.

Partial Playlist:

01.) ?? * Man Is The Bastard
02.) Bonin’ * Andre Williams
03.) ?? * ??
04.) Sensible * Unwound
05.) The Creeps * Social Distortion
06.) Paul Revere * Beastie Boys
07.) Deeper * Rites Of Spring
08.) Casper * Daniel Johnston
09.) Degobah * Monkey
10.) Two Little Boys * Splodgenessabounds
11.) Two Pints Of Lager * Splodgenessabounds
12.) Borstal Breakout * Sham 69
13.) King Of The Jungle * The Last Resort
14.) The Fish That Played The Ponies * King Missile
15.) Forward To Death * NOMEANSNO
16.) Take The Skinheads Bowling * Camper Van Beethoven
17.) Doomsday * Mepheskapholes
18.) Do They Owe Us A Living? * Business
19.) Skinhead Girl * ??
20.) Skulls * Misfits
21.) Morrissy Must Die * Meatmen
22.) Everybody I Went To High School With Is Dead * Mr. Bungle
23.) Show Me The Way * Dinosaur Jr.
24.) Cheese Plug * Scratch Acid
25.) Someone’s Gonna Die * Blitz
26.) Through Being Cool * Devo
27.) Rickets * Melvins
28.) Stayin’ Alive * Anal Cunt
29.) “You Fuckin’ Die…” * Pixies
30.) ?? * ??
31.) Cool Senior High School [Fight Song] * Nation Of Ulysses
32.) Stupid Girl * Screeching Weasel

Never Before Has The Beauty Of The Sexual Act Been So Grossly Exploited

Hired Goon

Hired Goon

Never Before Has The Beauty Of The Sexual Act Been So Grossly Exploited (KWVA Episode 019)

This morning, our program aired from 4 A.M. – 8 A.M., with “Angry Man” Josh, Toby & A Random Girl.  The link above directs you to an episode from 28 May 2012, where part of it exists in a highly edited form.

Partial Playlist:

01.) I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For [1991 A Cappella Mix] (Negativland) *
02.) Eugene, OR (The Varicoasters) *
03.) Turkeyneck (REO Speedealer) *
04.) ?? (The Bomboras) *
05.) ?? (The Red Elvises) *
06.) Istanbul [Not Constantinople] (They Might Be Giants) *
07.) Everything’s O.K. (The Queers) *
08.) My Mind’s Got A Mind Of It’s Own (??) *
09.) Desert Cruz / The Dark Side (Supergenius) *
10.) ?? (Crimpshrine) *
11.) Message Received (Unwound) *
12.) Raped On A Bed Of Sand (Mike Patton) *
13.) She Knows (Daniel Johnston) *
14.) Return Of The Fly (The Misfits) *
15.) Violence5 (Mike Patton) *
16.) ?? (5.6.7.8’s) *
17.) Wild Weekend (??) *
18.) Agile, Mobile, High Style (Andre Williams) *
19.) I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For [Special Edit Radio Mix] (Negativland) *
20.) Man… Or Man-Machine? (Man… Or Astro-Man?) *
21.) ?? (??) *
22.) Red Mouth, Black Orgasm (Mike Patton) *
23.) Concubine (The Butthole Surfers) *
24.) Destroy All Music (The Weirdos) *
25.) Enter Sandman (Pat Boone) *
26.) Galaxy Of Zombies (Man… Or Astro-Man?) *
27.) Wuxiapian Fantastique (Mike Patton) *
28.) No No Man [Part I] (Steven Jessie Bernstein) *
29.) ?? (Beastie Boys) *
30.) A Smile, A Slap In The Face, A Fart, A Kiss On The Mouth (Mike Patton) *
31.) Do They Owe Us A Living? (Crass) *
32.) Good Guys [Don’t Wear White] (Minor Threat) *
33.) Moon Over Marin (Dead Kennedys) *
34.) I’m Sorry I Got Fat (Wesley Willis) *
35.) Private Lessons On Planet Eros (Mike Patton) *
36.) The Power Of Independant Trucking (Big Black) *
37.) Full Explaination Of Answer (Unwound) *
38.) I’m Not Gonna Change My Pants / Get In Line (The Vandals) *
39.) “Pneumonia With Complications” (Mike Patton) *
40.) Chinese Rock (Ramones) *
41.) When It’s Over (The Wipers) *
42.) Orgy In Reverb [10 Kilometers Of Lust] (Mike Patton) *
43.) Sex Is For Making Babies (God Is My Co-Pilot) *
44.) Ace Of Spades [Live] (Motorhead) *
45.) Where Your Eyes Don’t Go (They Might Be Giants) *
46.) ?? (godheadSilo) *
47.) Cold And Ugly [Live] (Tool) *
48.) Mystical (Supergenius)
49.) Languages (Supergenius)
50.) Technology (Supergenius)
51.) Let The Wookie Win (Supergenius)
52.) Look At The Size Of That Thing (Supergenius)
53.) Finale (Supergenius) *
54.) Turkeyneck (REO Speedealer)
55.) Screamer (REO Speedealer)
56.) Double Clutchin’ Finger Fuckin’ (REO Speedealer)
57.) Gotterdammerung (REO Speedealer)
58.) Cocaine Dave (REO Speedealer)
59.) Teenage (REO Speedealer)
60.) Schlitterbahn (REO Speedealer)
61.) Pussy (REO Speedealer)
62.) Pig Fucker (REO Speedealer)
63.) Move It Or Loose It (REO Speedealer)
64.) Nothing To Me (REO Speedealer)
65.) Come Down (REO Speedealer)
66.) Get A Rope (REO Speedealer)
67.) Crank Bait (REO Speedealer)
68.) Ain’t Fuckin’ Around (REO Speedealer) *
69.) Land of the One Percenters (The Bomboras)
70.) War of the Satellites (The Bomboras)
71.) Project Zero (The Bomboras)
72.) Run and Hide (The Bomboras)
73.) Go-Go Bombora (The Bomboras)
74.) Adventures Through Inner Space (The Bomboras)
75.) Night of the Bomboras (The Bomboras)
76.) Hot Line (The Bomboras)
77.) Beyound the Sound of Time (The Bomboras)
78.) Mystery Planet (The Bomboras)
79.) Keep in Touch (The Bomboras)
80.) Swingin’ on Pier 13 (The Bomboras)
81.) Mile Zero (The Bomboras)
82.) Playa de los Muertos (The Bomboras)
83.) (You’ve Got to) Get in Line (The Bomboras) *
84.) ?? (Deadbolt)
85.) ?? (Deadbolt)
86.) ?? (Deadbolt)
87.) ?? (Deadbolt)
88.) ?? (Deadbolt)
89.) ?? (Deadbolt)
90.) ?? (Deadbolt)
91.) ?? (Deadbolt)