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Options September 15, 2010: Who? Mr. Stupid, that's who!

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Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Tony Kosinec  My Cat Ain't Comin' Back   Options Bad Girl Songs  0:03:14 (Pop‑up)
El Ten Eleven  Sorry About Your Irony   Options self-titled  0:06:39 (Pop‑up)
Amanda  Hot Pot   Options Monumental Whopper Turmoil Jam  0:10:06 (Pop‑up)
Pink Lemonade  Cowgirl Country Blues   Options Love is Pink Lemonade  0:12:55 (Pop‑up)
Josh Alan Friedman  Shayna Maydala   Options Blacks & Jews  0:17:04 (Pop‑up)
Mad Scene  People To Talk To   Options Falling Over, Spilling Over (EP)  0:23:18 (Pop‑up)
The 1900s  Wool of the Lamb   Options Cold & Kind  0:26:11 (Pop‑up)
Daniel Johnston  Fly Eye   Options Music in the Margins  0:30:59 (Pop‑up)
Simon Bath  What a Batchelor [sic] Needs   Options Live on the YuToobz  0:32:44 (Pop‑up)
Belle & Sebastian  Write About Love   Options Write About Love  0:36:10 (Pop‑up)
Colonel Trip & Captain Future (w/Sexton Ming & Phil Purdon)  (James Bond Will Be) Tired & Hungry   Options Campfire on Bubble Mountain  0:39:00 (Pop‑up)
Bettie Serveert  Hell = Other People   Options Bare Stripped Naked  0:46:11 (Pop‑up)
Sly & The Family Stone  Dynamite!   Options Life  0:49:23 (Pop‑up)
Hawkwind  Quark, Strangeness and Charm   Options Spirit of the Age - An Anthology 1976-1984  0:52:01 (Pop‑up)
Sam Ronson and the Rompers  God Bless You, Senior Citizens   Options song-poem composed by Dolly-O Curran (Dolly-O label)  0:56:06 (Pop‑up)
Gen Orange  track 08   Options Everything Sings (1978)  0:59:17 (Pop‑up)
Stu Spasm  The Devil Made Me Do It   Options Popular Male Vocal - 2  1:01:12 (Pop‑up)
R. Stevie Moore & Claire Welles  Havana Moon (Chuck Berry)   Options 2010 collaboration  1:04:31 (Pop‑up)
Tokyo Police Club  Favourite Colour   Options Champ  1:07:38 (Pop‑up)
Arcade Fire  Modern Man   Options The Suburbs  1:14:43 (Pop‑up)
Tones on Tail  Go!   Options self-titled  1:18:53 (Pop‑up)
The Busy Signals  Stormy Stormy Stormy   Options Baby's First Beats  1:23:11 (Pop‑up)
Happy Flowers  I Wanna BB Gun (and Some Glass Eyes)   Options Flowers on 45: The Homestead Singles  1:24:46 (Pop‑up)
Amanda  Prissy the Hen   Options Monumental Whopper Turmoil Jam  1:26:51 (Pop‑up)
Joan Marie Polo  Incense   Options The Love and Affection I Used to Have  1:29:33 (Pop‑up)
Colonel Trip & Captain Future (w/Sexton Ming & Phil Purdon)  Monitoring Your Development   Options Campfire on Bubble Mountain  1:31:54 (Pop‑up)
Rickie Lee Jones  Circle in the Sand   Options Sermon on Exposition Boulevard  1:38:38 (Pop‑up)
Javier Escovedo  The Rain Won't Help You When It's Over   Options Por Vida: A Tribute to the Songs of Alejandro Escovedo  1:41:59 (Pop‑up)
School of Seven Bells  Dial   Options Disconnect From Desire  1:45:51 (Pop‑up)
Nick Drake  Road   Options Pink Moon  1:50:35 (Pop‑up)
Psapp  Bicycle   Options Domino Records 7" single  1:53:05 (Pop‑up)
The Owls  Air   Options Kelly Clarkson Trashed Your Record Collection (Pseu's Thing With a Hook: Sharp Hooks, Vol. 1)  1:55:24 (Pop‑up)
Fruit Bats  Slipping Through the Sensors   Options Mouthfuls  2:03:14 (Pop‑up)
The Youngbloods  Darkness, Darkness   Options Elephant Mountain  2:07:45 (Pop‑up)
Tuatara  The Melting Sun   Options Cinemathique  2:11:31 (Pop‑up)
Crowded House  Isolation   Options Intriguer  2:15:09 (Pop‑up)
Phil Ochs  The Crucifixion (arr. Joseph Byrd)   Options Pleasures of the Harbor  2:19:52 (Pop‑up)
  Joseph Byrd was invited by Ochs and producer Larry Marks to arrange "Crucifixion." Byrd recalled: "Phil asked me to arrange the song. I really didn't think it should be arranged, because its power is in the simplicity of the lyric. But he wanted the kitchen sink: Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Cage, electronic sound." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crucifixion_(song)
Luna  Smile   Options Lunapark  2:33:24 (Pop‑up)
David Greenberger  Peanut Duck   Options A Tribute to Bad Lyrics (Compiled by Pat Moriarity)  2:36:11 (Pop‑up)
Wagon Christ (Luke Vibert)  Bend Over   Options Musipal  2:37:46 (Pop‑up)
The Primitives  Run Baby Run   Options Lovely  2:42:02 (Pop‑up)
The Times  I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape   Options I Helped Patrick McGoohan Escape  2:44:44 (Pop‑up)
The New Pornographers  The Laws Have Changed   Options Matador at 15  2:48:15 (Pop‑up)
Queens of the Stone Age  Regular John   Options Q.O.T.S.A.  2:51:02 (Pop‑up)

Listener comments!

  Wed. 9/15/10 3:02pm AnAnonymousParty:

Bad Kitty!
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:03pm Looms:

Where the f#ck has this arm gone?
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:05pm still b/p:

Stripey vengeance:

  Wed. 9/15/10 3:06pm Looms:

Okay then.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:07pm Matt from Springfield:

Of course that cat ain't comin' back -- he's already got his prey. How ya doin' Irwin?
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:11pm Irony We're Not Sorry About:

El Ten Eleven, voted best the band for 2010 and '11 by Irony Magazine!
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:13pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

where's the anticipation? instant gratification--the downfall of America.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:14pm Matt from Springfield:

Ahh, there it is. Pots are always hot with Amanda, especially as percussion.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:15pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: Just as Hitchcock became increasingly frustrated with viewers searching for his "cameos", Irwin seems to be following in his footsteps and putting Amanda's appearance upfront at the beginning.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:16pm don:

preach on pink lemonade!
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:17pm Matt from Springfield:

Oh man, Pink Lemonade should have been Amanda's opening act! How old is this kid?
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:19pm seang:

The Black Cracker! this dude kicks major butt
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:20pm Cannon:

I really thought that piano bit was going to be "Year of the Cat."
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:21pm Parq:

"Imagine a creature that has the agility and appetite of the cat and the mass of an industrial refrigerator," Vaillant tells NPR's Linda Wertheimer.

To think, I was led to that sentence by Irwin's playlist.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:21pm PMD:

It was awful early to pull out Amanda... not that I minded.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:22pm Cannon:

Amanda might do an encore. Or a dozen.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:25pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

time to write the great American road novel, Kerouac
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:30pm slugluv1313:

CUTE TIGER!!!!!!! (ahhhhhhhhh, MUNCHIN' on some human snacks, i see! yum yum!)
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:31pm still b/p:

Comments funny with that NPR book report...so many talkin' about "Yay, tiger...Go, tiger!"

Hunter in these parts was attacked the other day by a bear he'd just shot.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:33pm Smokey:

What do you expect when you shoot a bear?
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:36pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

you probably expect it to die like a good bear, but bears are unpredictable that way
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:39pm Matt from Springfield:

No BS--just that B&S.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:39pm still b/p:

Irksa Major.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:47pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

what was I doing while the new B&S was playing? totally missed that one.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:49pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

here's some BS for ya, Matt!
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:50pm Matt from Springfield:

Bettie Sartvarte!
@DCE: Running from a shot bear (Irksa Major) is a valid excuse for missing B&S, but only if you promise to return to the Archives when the chase has ended.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:55pm Matt from Springfield:

2 for 2! Another afternoon, another great Hawkwind song!
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:56pm Cheri Pi:

Hawkwind is sounding like the Only Ones here-I DIG!
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:56pm Denise in DC:

"Quarks, Strangeness and Charm!" I don't think I've heard this song since the mid-80s. Thanks, Irwin!
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:56pm Mike East:

Does anyone know of any Sly and the Family Stone DVD's of live concert footage? I swear I've seen some amazing footage of them, but nothing compiled in a single collection.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:57pm Richard Feynman:

I love this Hawkwind song.
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:59pm ginger tim:

You sarky bastard!
  Wed. 9/15/10 3:59pm John McCabe in LA:

that's gotta be Rod Keith, love it!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:02pm don:

"i got robbed by a little old lady on a motorized cart... and i didn't even see it comin"
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:03pm Michael Kushmans:

Tommy and I just love Gen Orange, he gets so excited when it comes on! YES!! I could eat him up!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:04pm Matt from Springfield:

Stu Spasm would have been an even better follow up to the song-poem!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:05pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

another black hole in my consciousness
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:05pm Matt from the Moon:

This is trippy!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:05pm Geraldine:

Amen, brother!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:06pm Denise in DC:

Damn, he sounds like Jim Morrison.

At least on my tinny work-computer speakers.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Irwin on WFMU -- New Power Pop's Best Refuge!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:18pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

this is actually the first time I'm hearing anything off this record. It's supposed to be popular or something.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:18pm Matt from Springfield:

Why suffer "the hardness" -- there's Real Life, and then there's WFMU!
Now without Aspertine!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:19pm Karl Marx:

"WFMU is the opiate of the selective weirdos who should know better, but instead listen to wailing about...Concrete Nipples?"
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:20pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

yes! we are all Marxists now!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:20pm post modern man:

ha.. "i know we are the chosen few" ... fame!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:21pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

opium-ize me
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:21pm Krumble:

Poor Calvin
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:22pm post modern man:

bad hobbes!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:22pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Calvin was hobbled
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:22pm Google:

Irwin, re Gen Orange - "Gen Orange were part of the Focolare Movement, an Italy-based inter-faith sect that splintered off from the Roman Catholic church...youth wing is called the "Gen Movement." ... The gens are also coded by color (Gen White, Gen Purple, etc.)"
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:22pm The Man:

You're arcade fired.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:23pm post modern man:

he's kidding of course// you are arcade hired
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:26pm Denise in DC:

Ooh, a mashup with Kites are Fun!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:28pm Mike East:

Speaking of Arcades...I went to Chuck E. Cheese's last weekend with my 5 year old...it was traumatic...for me. The arcades that I went to when I was a kid were much better.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:28pm Matt from Springfield:

The Busy Signals are amazing! I'm checking them out--not to mention ToT's "Go!", one of my favs from them.

The Happy Flowers...this is what I call the "inevitable Buzzkill", but this is a creative one at that.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:29pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Chuck E Cheese's is a special kind of hell for a parent.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:29pm Charlie in London UK:

I wished I lived in WFMU. The cat scares me though!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:30pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Prissy's like a highway between Dallas and Ft Worth--no curves, I say, no curves!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:30pm Chuck E. Cheese:

I am just another suburban wigger, and I suck it big time.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Now Amanda! That's a nice follow up to the Happy Flowers!
@Charlie: I want to know if passports or residency permits are issued by WFMU-Land myself.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:33pm Matt from Springfield:

This set is what I would call a WFMU DIY Acid-Rock Meltdown!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:34pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

now that's something I can get behind!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:37pm Blakey-wake:

Tiger, tiger, plush and light,
In the playlist, munch and bite,
What immortal hand or eye
Could stuff thy fearful symmetry?
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:38pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

hey, that's pretty good!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:39pm Lolita:

Great idea, Irwin baby!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:39pm PMD:

do today's yewts even know what a busy signal sounds like?
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:39pm Matt from Springfield:

@DCE: A concept that should have been done this hot summer would be a "Meltdown", or "Sun-Baked" hour, nothing but the loudest DIY pieces.
@Blakey: Nomination for Playlist Laureate!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:40pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

see BT every Tuesday
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:42pm Matt from Springfield:

@PMD: I still get busy signals on occasion. A notable example would be this own station's call-in line; you can't even get to the Screener until there's an opening between calls.
@DCE: BT's great for that, though I was thinking of an uninterrupted Noise Tunnel of Doom, or something like it.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:44pm still b/p:

Hey, what if Rickie Lee Jones and Macy Gray sang a duet? Can you hear it?
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Btw, I in fact borrowed the "Sun-Baked" terminology from Brian, who referred to a set during the 2009 Summer as a "sun-baked set". (It was loaded with Purling Hiss, Hekaloth and other odd, loud tracks).
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:47pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

man I wish I was out getting sun baked right now dammit
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:49pm Sun:

I'm right outside, DCE winkwink
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:49pm Carmichael:

I finally made it. Hi Irwin, hi everyone.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:50pm Peteski:

what did I miss?
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:50pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

Hi. I'm just getting ready to go home now.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:51pm Charlie in London UK:

Modern Man Go! its Stormy Stormy Stormy.
I wanna BB Gun with Prissy the Hen and Incense
while Monitoring Your Development plays on.

Even the playlist titles sing like poetry.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:52pm PMD:

@Matt, but does anyone younger than 18 listen to this station? Irwin, what's the demographic? Just wondering..
Hi Carmichael!
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:53pm Arbitron:

They are too penurious to use us.
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:54pm Dead Corporate Eyes:

is there a demographic? is it quantifiable?
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:55pm bennett4senate:

hola Irwin, como estas
  Wed. 9/15/10 4:55pm Carmichael:

Nick Drake! This is an astounding (outstanding?) LP.

  Wed. 9/15/10 5:04pm ScottC:

I love this station-it RAWKS! and I'm only 10
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:04pm PMD:

@Irwin - what?
Carmichael - how's the weather out there? :-)
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:04pm stingy d:

i am listening and not commenting....
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:04pm bennett4senate:

no me jodas Irwin, sabes bien que estoy escuchando
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:04pm I am old:

  Wed. 9/15/10 5:04pm John McCabe in LA:

It's like porn 18 and over
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:05pm PMD:

I wonder how many 10 year olds give their lunch money to WFMU.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:05pm merican:

stop speaking in code, bennett!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:05pm Matt from Springfield:

@PMD: Call-in shows like Best Show and 7SD occasionally have 10 year olds calling (particularly recurring caller 10 year old Milo). Some parents who listen have kids that listen as well.
@ScottC: RAWK ON! Some find this station earlier than others!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:05pm still b/p:

  Wed. 9/15/10 5:05pm Nonlistener:

I heard that on-air comment.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:05pm Misfit and Malcontent:

  Wed. 9/15/10 5:05pm Guess:

Sausage Fest.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:05pm Fit and Contented:

  Wed. 9/15/10 5:06pm I am old:

those lunch monies add up!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:06pm Mis and Mal:

  Wed. 9/15/10 5:06pm ScottC:

Doh! wait! I'm 10 x 5 sheeesh!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:06pm Portia Rock:

I am a 53 poet living in NYC and LOVE WFMU and Irwin!!! And thank you Irwin: Finally I found one of my favorite songs: GO!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:07pm OC:

I've got shoes older than Irwin!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:08pm stingy d:

  Wed. 9/15/10 5:08pm jeremy:

if only wfmu could create a time machine and get one 10 yr olds lunch money from 100 years from now... that would be like 1.2 million dollars or something.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:09pm Carmichael:

@PMD: about 90, breezy and beautiful.
@Irwin: You're also breezy and beautiful.

I heard an awful song from the Phantom of the Paradise soundtrack last night. Which doesn't narrow it down much, I suppose. In fact "Upholstery" is the only decent cut on the whole disc.
If you have time, can you play one of the awful songs? It would sound better coming out of WFMU.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:09pm online community:

LOL @ stingy
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:10pm PMD:

So is this the station then that they play in the land of misfit toys?
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:10pm stingy d:

i kno rite! son of gun! so obvs! srsly!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:11pm Matt from Springfield:

@PMD: This station IS the Misfit Toys!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:11pm Parq:

Online, we all LOL @ Stingy, but in an affectionate, fraternal way.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:11pm Maybe:

In the nonland of misfit untoys
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:12pm PMD:

@Carmichael, I'm glad. It's 70 and beautiful here. Getting too used to this cool weather.
@jeremy, wouldn't you want to go BACK in time?
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:12pm PMD:

Irwin, is it the ride?
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:15pm Charlie in London UK:

I think of WFMU as a new Planet that I have contact with.
What is 615 + 3. ;-)
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:18pm Charlie in London UK:

Look at the Playlist titles now

Slipping through the sensors. Darkness, Darkness. The melting Sun. Isolation.

Irwin poetry! ;-)
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:20pm jeremy:

I was thinking about going forward in time when a 10 yr olds lunch money would be subject to an inflation rate and thus, when brought back in time to the present would take care of the annual marathon. i could go back in time too i guess. and buy enron and sell at just the right time and have the station be called WFMJeremy... hmmm
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:22pm jeremy:

either way, we simply need a time machine. does anybody have one?
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:23pm IRS:

We hired 10,000 new agents in 2009 to enforce the new 99.3% time travel capital gain tax. Gotcha, suckers.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:23pm Parq:

How 'bout we go back in time and grab some lunch money and open a savings account with it. Then we come back to the present, and the interest will retire the mortgage on ol' Monty.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:24pm Parq:

And I prefer the solo-guitar live version of "Crucifixion".
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:26pm Matt from Springfield:

I've heard of, but only heard "The Crucifixion" just now. I see what you mean, Parq. Phil Ochs is usually best enjoyed minimalist.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:26pm ScottC:

Phil Ouch!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:28pm ScottC:

if I was the CIA I'd follow him too
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:29pm Irwin:

We've reached the limits of aural tolerance for a number of listeners?
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:29pm jeremy:

I've already moved forward in time to skip this song
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:30pm ?:

this is rediculously amazing! thank you!!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:30pm Nonlistener:

Still auraling.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:30pm Carmichael:

Thank you in advance, Irwin, for pressing the delete key.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:30pm Todd 76%:

Thanks for this version of Crucifixion, Irwin. Still crazed and audacious - but then again I'm from the hometown of Charles Ives...
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:30pm jeremy:

i love you next track, irwin! great choice!!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Irwin, let's just say this producer is trying to compete with The Byrds' "Space Odyssey" for the honor of "Spaced-Out Song No One Wants To Cover".
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:31pm Biggles:

Wait a minute - this chat room has a soundtrack somewhere?
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:32pm jeremy:

  Wed. 9/15/10 5:32pm Nonlistener:

@Biggles: no. Don't distract us.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:32pm PMD:

So, his son founded the Presidents of the United States of America?
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:33pm WFMU motto:

Messing around with sound.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:34pm Carmichael:

"Pleasure" .....
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:34pm Parq:

Thanks for that treatise, Irwin. Never knew about that. Always figured it had to be the producer's idea.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:35pm Rob W:

Very interesting background on the US of A / Joseph Byrd connection with Phil Ochs, thanks Irwin. That brings to mind another Ochs oddity, his African single Bwatue...
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:35pm Proverb:

From tiny producers great Ochs grow.
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:40pm stingy d:

peanut duck is a good song tho...
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:40pm blacktooth:

show luke vibert some love....
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:45pm don:

this wagon christ - that speedlearn broadcast in the background i heard..? prisoner soundtrack stylin..
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:49pm PMD:

Jean Luc!!!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:49pm don:

nice! Prisoner references all over!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:52pm Irwin Is The Text:

We Are The Cliff Notes
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:55pm nestor:

missed it all but will listen later :(
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:56pm blacktooth:

wow, you got my attention with QOTSA. I'm kinda wacked out by that....
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Peace out!
  Wed. 9/15/10 5:59pm Parq:

Superfine show, ol' pal I, Thanks.
  Fri. 9/17/10 9:58am roy chicky arad, tel aviv:

great songs. thank you
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