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Options August 1, 2012: I'm really a sensitive guy with the soul of a poet who listens to Chopin nocturnes while sipping cognac and plotting ways to kill my neighbor's dog.

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The Radio Dance, c. 1928

Artist Track Album Approx. start time
Lee Morgan  Yes I Can, No You Can't (edit)   Options The Gigolo  0:00:00 ()
Suzi Chunk  Tripwire   Options Tripwire  0:02:59 ()
Caveman  My Time   Options CoCo Beware  0:07:13 ()
Metric  Clone   Options Synthetica  0:09:59 ()
Brad Paisley  I'm Still a Guy   Options 5th Gear  0:17:10 ()
The Mountain Goats  Cry For Judas   Options Transcendental Youth  0:24:25 ()
Klaus Beyer  Wo Ist der Käpt'n?   Options Klaus Beyer Covers Osaka Popstar  0:27:28 ()
Lothar & the Hand People  It Comes On Anyhow   Options Presenting Lothar and the Hand People  0:31:28 ()
Charles H. Carpenter  The Duty of 3 in 1   Options The Duty of 3 in 1  0:33:29 ()
Pea Hicks  Four Optigans (adaptation of Steve Reich's "Four Organs")   Options optigan.com  0:38:34 ()
Sleeping Timmy  I Am the Walrus   Options I Buried Paul  0:47:21 ()
Jan & Lorraine  The Assignment Song-Sequence   Options Gypsy People  0:52:46 ()
Henry Badowski  Baby Sign Here With Me   Options Life is a Grand ...  1:05:46 ()
John Carter  Conversation (In a Station Light Refreshment Bar)   Options Hidden Gems of Tin Pan Alley, Vol. 3 - Knock Knock Who's There  1:09:10 ()
Lava Children  Blue Smoke   Options Lava Children  1:13:45 ()
Daniel Harnett  This   Options Hey Richard  1:16:15 ()
Gotye  Easy Way Out   Options Making Mirrors  1:19:12 ()
Blood, Sweat & Tears (Al Kooper edition)  The Modern Adventures of Plato, Diogenes and Freud   Options Child Is Father to the Man  1:21:01 ()
Roger Joseph Manning, Jr.  Too Late For Us Now   Options Solid State Warrior  1:30:59 ()
The Go-Betweens  Bye Bye Pride   Options The Go-Betweens / 1978-1990  1:34:08 ()
Ulver  66-5-4-3-2-1   Options Childhood's End  1:37:48 ()
The Pretenders  Human (Tin Tin Out Mix)   Options Viva El Amor!  1:40:55 ()
The Oblique Mystique (Patrick Lundeen)  Good For You Son / Shut Up   Options Good for You Son (7")  1:44:46 ()
Killing Joke  Change   Options Killing Joke  1:50:34 ()
Tame Impala  Elephant   Options Lonerism  1:54:11 ()
Nairobi & The Awesome Foursome  Funky Soul Makossa (rap)   Options Streetwise 12"  2:04:16 ()
Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra  Space Purolator   Options Bum Bum  2:11:03 ()
Magnetic Fields  The Horrible Party   Options Love at the Bottom of the Sea  2:29:23 ()
George Gobel, Harold Gary, Larry Alpert, and Albert Linville  Broads Ain't People   Options Let It Ride! (Original Broadway Cast)  2:30:55 ()
Sloan  The Good in Everyone   Options A Sides Win: Singles 1992-2005  2:34:11 ()
The Hitmen  Bates Motel   Options Torn Together  2:36:44 ()
Jason Karaban  Devil That I Know / What Do You Say (To That)   Options Shift  2:40:04 ()
Sue Thompson  Norman   Options Meet Sue Thompson  2:45:04 ()
The Modern Airline  Accelerated Evolution   Options The Modern Airline  2:47:35 ()
Ideal Students 2012  See and Gee   Options Ideal Recordings  2:50:16 ()
Look Blue Go Purple  Cactus Cat   Options Look Blue Go Purple  2:52:12 ()

Listener comments!

  Wed. 8/1/12 3:01pm Alison Porchnik:

Love that photo.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:01pm Matt from Springfield:

That's still the soul of a poet, Irwin.
After all there have been several totally screwed up, demented poets throughout time.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:02pm Isadora:

Watch that flowing fabric, girls.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:03pm Alison Porchnik:

Several? Please. Do you know the history of Western poetry?
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:03pm Edgar:

What Alison said.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:04pm hamburger:

radio dance!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:05pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, that's how they radio-danced, down under!
In the northern hemisphere they had a similar dance, but while looking down, at the radio logo on the floor.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:05pm neighbor's dog:

I have the soul of a poet. I sit chewing on a bone while plotting ways to kill Irwin.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:06pm Van in DC:

I also love that photo
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:06pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, Suzi Chunk is a new artist! Totally captured the 64/65 sound!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:07pm Matt from Springfield:

We got CD burned...
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:07pm Silence:

I'm golden, dontcha know.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:08pm Alison Porchnik:

I have to plot in silence - my new office colleague started work today and I don't want to subject him to Irwin's show (or WFMU) on his very first day.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:09pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

It's ok...my tinnitus made sure I didn't experience the silence. :rollseyes:
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:09pm Marmalade Kitty:

Hi all! great segue Irwin! :)
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:10pm Silence:

All planned, I imagine :)
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:11pm Sean Daily:

  Wed. 8/1/12 3:12pm Matt from Springfield:

Hi Kitty!
It's like Irwin is a frustrated tour guide, leading us through his unpredictable program! :)
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:12pm Alison Porchnik:

Looks like I missed something funny.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:12pm Sean Protege:

18th WOOHOO!!!!!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:13pm northguineahills:

Ok, that was funny, Sean Protege.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:14pm Sean Protege:

I'm working my way up
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:18pm $150,000:

Yeah, as if. :)
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:19pm Matt from Springfield:

Goes to show, you really can't trust CD-Rs, there's all kinds of expensive equipment they don't play on.

Maybe Irwin can hook up his car CD player to the mixing board and play music from there. Or, see if Wax Cylinder-Rs will play at FMU.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:20pm Sean Daily:

Ah, the obligatory pop country song. Whew. I'm grounded now.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:20pm AnAnonymousParty:

Back from the esri User Conference in San Diego last week. Take-away: Any problem that can't be solved with maps is a problem not worth wasting your time on.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:22pm northguineahills:

As a geographer, the esri user conference sounds interesting. Although I've let my private Arc license lapse.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:23pm hamburger:

no one believes me, but one way to fix a CD which sometimes works, is to get some sandpaper and just rub that sucker down
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:24pm G:

This is like a musical parallel to Porn for the Blind.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:24pm slugluv1313:

oh WOW loving AND "hating" "I'm Still a Guy" -- what i love about you Irwin, you ALWAYS find these absolute *GEMS*
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:24pm Keith in VT:

Oh, I love this part of that song.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:24pm Matt from Springfield:

Wooo AAP! I went there in '09, it's a good conference, and I really enjoy San Diego. Didn't go this year though the people my office sent recently returned.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:25pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

What this song needs is more cowbell.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:25pm Matt from Springfield:

Am I listening to the Voice of Irwin shortwave station??
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:25pm AnAnonymousParty:

http://www.esri.com/events/user-conference/agenda/plenary-videos.html 2nd video at around 3:30 gives you a feel.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:26pm G:

That's some Magna Cartography
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:26pm Droll:

Surely the song that won't play has been pirated already, why doesn't Irwin just play it off YouTube?
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:26pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Put the song on the Not Playedlist.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:27pm still b/p:

When Cry for Judas started, I thought we were going to hear Take A Letter, Maria.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:28pm G:

@Droll: Could that possibly have been a "bit"? No one really knows out here in Radioland.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:30pm Matt from Springfield:

Beyer ist den Mann!!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:31pm Alison Porchnik:

Ich habe eine Kaasenkuchen.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:31pm G:

Beyer ist die Aspirin!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:32pm Roberto:

My flash plug-in crashed. Did Irwin cause that too?
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:32pm Rhinedundancy:

vunderdrug vat werks vunders!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:32pm Alison Porchnik:

sorry, that's Kasekuchen for you German-speakers.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:34pm G:

You aren't sharing, Alison? Just telling us about it?
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:34pm Alison Porchnik:

that's right.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:35pm G:

Well, isn't that special :-)
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:36pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

If Neil Hamburger recorded a lounge album it would sound like this.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:36pm Matt from Springfield:

So far it seems Irwin is taking the show in a Kenny G AND Nick the Bard direction!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:37pm northguineahills:

Thanks AnAnonymousParty!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:38pm paula pc:

this is really nice
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:39pm Alison Porchnik:

Irwin ist Kasekuchen.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:40pm Dan B From Upstate:

Who does a cover of "Four Organs"?!?
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:41pm Sean Daily:

Amanda. Jes' sayin'.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:41pm northguineahills:

I really dig this realization of Four Organs.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:41pm northguineahills:

I did a "cover" of Four Organs w/ a friend in Gainesville in 1998.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:43pm Matt from Springfield:

I noticed when this entered Irwin's arsenal of bed music recently, but didn't realize it was "Four Organs" (or the significance of "Four Organs") until just last week. A welcome addition to Irwin's show!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:43pm northguineahills:

Whoops, that was "Piano Phase" on various keyboards I did. Fuzzy memory.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:43pm Hankerin' Williams:

Heyyyyy, good lookin',
Shaaare yer Käsekuchen...
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:43pm Van in DC:

We use the ESRI Arc GIS stuff here where i work too ngh. Not me, I'm not into that, but I have to support it :)
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:44pm Grandmaster flash:

Funky Jam!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:44pm Laura L:

@Alison--you're in need of the umlaut--it's Käsekuchen. (On the Mac option+ u + a will get you the umlaut.)
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:44pm Brett:

Ohhhh I love this Reich
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:45pm Woo:

Suzi Chunk will win a Grammy in 2015 for Best New Artist. It takes them awhile.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:45pm Sean Daily:

Wikipedia on "Four Organs":

A 1973 performance of Four Organs at Carnegie Hall in New York City nearly caused a riot, with "yells for the music to stop, mixed with applause to hasten the end of the piece." One of the performers, Michael Tilson Thomas, recalls: "One woman walked down the aisle and repeatedly banged her head on the front of the stage, wailing 'Stop, stop, I confess.'"
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:46pm Grandmaster flash:

I'm Reiching into my closet for my dancing shoes
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:46pm Alison Porchnik:

I know, Laura, but I'm working with substandard equipment here (I'm a govt. employee). I was hoping people could just imagine the umlaut.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:46pm ADM:

"Repetition in the music and we're never gonna lose it." - M.E. Smith
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:47pm Sean Daily:

  Wed. 8/1/12 3:48pm Spleen, kidney, liver and pancreas:

Hey, Irwin's playing our song!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:48pm Matt from Springfield:

@Van: (Psst! You got any ArcInfo licenses and dongles? Leave them in a plain paper bag, by the bench in the McLean park. Your cash will be in another paper bag beneath the garbage can...) ;)
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:48pm Blue Öyster Cult:

What Sean said. Fear the wrath of the dissed umlaut, and forget the friggin' reaper.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:48pm r i s k y:

  Wed. 8/1/12 3:49pm Lizardner Dave:

Vacuuming time!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:49pm Grandmaster flash:

We can even sing off key, but if it's produced properly it can be a hit.
-Grandmaster Flash ()
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:49pm Laura L:

@Alison, when the umlaut isn't available, put an "e" after the letter that would have it--"Kaesekuchen" is perfectly fine in desperate times when the government won't permit umlauts!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:49pm Matt from Springfield:

@Alison: Or, on a cheapo Windows keyboard, hold down Alt, and type the ASCII number into the numbers keypad to your right. For ä, Alt+132, Ö = Alt+0214
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:50pm Kaloff:

Thank god that is over
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:50pm The Walrus:

Everybody wants to be me.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:50pm Runoff Groove:

  Wed. 8/1/12 3:50pm Paul:

*That's* what this arrangement was missing. Banjo!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:50pm "I'm So Tired":

Paul is dead...miss him miss him
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:51pm Alison Porchnik:

I didn't diss anyone's umlaut. I can't make on on this blasted state-owned keyboard. Jesus! If ever there were an argument for Irwin's raging Libertarianism,
this would be it!

Thanks, Laura. Matt - that's just too much damn trouble. I'm a govt. employee - you know I don't work that hard.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:51pm das:

That's what this song needed, to be longer!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:52pm northguineahills:

When I saw Philip Glass in FL in 1998, One older gentleman jumped on the stage and screamed "This is not music" over and over until his wife and the ushers ushered him out. And this wasn't the sever minimalist Glass of the 60s-70s.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:52pm Matt from Springfield:

@Paul: At the next tribute concert to John, you could always play your ukelele and sing this. I think that would also work well...
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:52pm Paul:

@I'm So Tired: Actually, for years now it's been 50/50 that I'll be last of them left alive, ironically.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:53pm Eddie Vedder:

BULLSHIT! If ANYone is performing "I Am The Walrus" on a uke, it's gonna be ME!!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:53pm um onna laut you finish:

Or, quickly find the desired word, or a word with the umlaut on the appropriate letter, on another page somewhere, cut it and taste the joy of pasting!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:53pm Sean Daily:

@Alison: You can also go to the Start menu in Windows (assuming you have Windows, this is a government computer), then go to Accessories > System Tools > Character Map and copy/paste any special characters that you need.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:53pm Paul:

@Eddie: YOU GO GIRL!!!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:54pm Amanda Fucking Palmer:

Shut up, Vedder. Everyone knows I'm the uke expert.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:54pm Paul:

Have I strayed into the Nitpickers' Convention? :)
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:54pm Matt from Springfield:

  Wed. 8/1/12 3:55pm Alison Porchnik:

Duly noted, Matt.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:55pm Sean Daily:

@Paul: This is an Internet message board. They're ALL nitpickers' conventions.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:55pm Laura L:

@Alison, just use the "e" until the government gets everybody new computers. Any day now!
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:56pm Paul:

  Wed. 8/1/12 3:56pm Alison Porchnik:

Longest set ever - What's up, Irwin? The closing bell is just about to ring.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:56pm Marmalade Kitty:

I've had to manually refresh comments section to see latest posts all day - since Marty McSorely. ??
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:56pm Paul:

@Alison: He's checking his portfolio.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:58pm Irwin:

I'm waiting for the dramatic drum showcase that's about to commence.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:58pm G:

@MK: It may be due to an IE update fail.

I've used IE, Firefox, and Safari today, and only IE has that issue. I commented on that on Duane's board around 1PM...
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:58pm Alison Porchnik:

@Paul - I know, and it's 3 minutes to 4:00.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:59pm Matt from Springfield:

@MK: Oh good, not just me then...any one else have to do that? The playlist refreshes automatically, the comments aren't.
  Wed. 8/1/12 3:59pm Alison Porchnik:

I hear the market was crazy this morning. "Technical glitch." And those aren't even govt.-owned computers!
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:00pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I'm using Chrome and everything appears to be in working order.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:01pm Matt from Springfield:

It is a good drum showcase. Do you know who the drummer is, Irwin?
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:01pm northguineahills:

I don't have the same problem, but Chrome & Firefox makes me have to scroll down to the bottom to see the bottom of the playlist when it auto-refreshes.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:01pm das:

I keep hitting the delete button but the comments are still there
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:02pm Marmalade Kitty:

it's such hard work!
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:02pm G:

@das: ZING
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:02pm northguineahills:

Irwin wasn't joking about the cavalcade of drums at the end on that Jan & Lorraine track.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:02pm Jake Shimabukuro:

Did somebody say ukelele?
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:03pm Alison Porchnik:

I can't listen. It's like flying blind over here. Tell me if he says anything worth repeating.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:03pm G:

@ngh: Irwin never kids.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:03pm Matt from Springfield:

Clem Cattini, TY Irwin, much obliged!
And, he's still around too:
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:05pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I heard that UFC fights will begin taking place in an optigan.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:05pm Matt from Springfield:

@G: Irwin would never joke about drums, in any case.
If he says some drumming is good, or if it's terrible, he means it. I've never found him to be sarcastic on that front.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:06pm Matt from Springfield:

The Pan-Optigan Battle Arena.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:09pm Marmalade Kitty:

even the comment about John Densmore..?
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:10pm Irwin:

Don't get me started on John Densmore.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:13pm G:

[wondering if it's fortuitous or deliberate that this John Carter sounds a little like Octopus's Garden]
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:13pm Droll:

To paraphrase the Phillip Glass concertgoer, "The Doors is NOT music!" It's carnival organ grinding on bad acid.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:13pm das:

John Densmore was in some of my favorite karaoke videos
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:18pm still b/p:

"Conversation" also sounded a bit like "Daddy's Song" by Monkees and Nilsson's "Best Friend."
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:22pm Sean Daily:

If you haven't seen the video for "Easy Way Out", you should: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mEpfyBOdKxU
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:24pm Alison Porchnik:

I can't hear it but I know this song is good.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:27pm jan:

just joined the party; what did I miss? Kooper was good to hear.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:30pm Laura L:

And he's a Käsekuchen too, that John Strausbaugh.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:31pm Matt from Springfield:

Jason Karaban live!
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:36pm Matt from Springfield:

Go-Betweens, also digging them!
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:42pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Ulver started out as a black metal band and over the past twenty years has morphed into this.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:43pm northguineahills:

That's what I thought, BadGuyZero.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:47pm Marmalade Kitty:

car insurance ?
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:50pm Marmalade Kitty:

I thought i heard..
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:51pm Marmalade Kitty:

car insurhut up!
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:52pm Matt from Springfield:

Wow, that Patrick Lundeen was all one track!
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:52pm G:

@still b/p: In the mid and later 19th century, cutting-edge German classical scholars used to do this with Greek and Latin poetry: look for earlier poetry, or even little lines or phrases in earlier poems, that a later poem might be playing off of somehow.

They called it Quellenforschung, "source research". Can be pretty light-shedding, or pretty subjective, all depending...
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:53pm Matt from Springfield:

Well buying term car insurance is all about choosing the right company.
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:55pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Coming in 2013: Pixart's "General: The Commercial: The Movie"
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:56pm Marmalade Kitty:

  Wed. 8/1/12 4:57pm Matt from Springfield:

Tame Impala! It's been awhile since I've heard them!
  Wed. 8/1/12 4:57pm Matt from Springfield:

@BGZ: "Starring Robert De Niro...Directed by James Cameron..."
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:00pm cool fool:

i made a dirty comic while listening to this show:
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:01pm Sean Daily:

Actually, if someone wants to steal my identity, that's okay. I was looking to trade up anyway... preferably to BASE Jumper or Porn Star.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:02pm Matt from Springfield:

Irwin: Giving a much-needed radio voice to suspicious spammers.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:02pm Mike East:

@BGZ and MfS - I'm looking forward to "The Insurers." It seems like all those other movies are just a set up for that anyway.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:02pm Brett:

Good to know about my credit score ;)
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:06pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I always imagined the credit score scammers having a more "kidnapper making a ransom call" sounding voice.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:08pm autumn:

nice music for cats.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:10pm Jazzy Jess:

I liked what I heard at 5:03..Whatever it was.. sounded like John Lennon hooked up to an electric type writer and a zebra.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:14pm Irwin:

Hello autumn. Where is your superball?
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:16pm Marmalade Kitty:

I was unloading my weekly shop from the communal lift earlier today, when somebody must have called the lift from another floor. Before I had time to stop it, my shopping disappeared behind the closing lift door! 2 mins later the lift came back! shopping intact, I think..!
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:17pm autumn:

my superball is under your chair
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:18pm cool fool:

you should check it for drugs, maybe someone drugged it, as is always the case with food left in public
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:18pm autumn:

this music is not good for cats-it makes me scratch mommy.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:20pm Irwin:

go scratch mommy's back. she likes that.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:21pm Matt from Springfield:

Hear that space purolating...
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:23pm mark:

oh my... Andromeda Mega Express Orchestra is fabulous. thank you.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:23pm Marmalade Kitty:

I can't find the mushrooms..?
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:24pm the glowing one:

that middle section of Space Purolator is a mix of vertigo and fainting
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:25pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I haven't taken any mushrooms and I'm pretty certain we're hearing the exact same sounds.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:25pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I heard a laser whip!
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:25pm Matt from Springfield:

@MK: Hope you recover everything! Mushrooms included. Doesn't the lift have a "Door Open" button to keep it on your floor as long as you need it?
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:26pm Marmalade Kitty:

  Wed. 8/1/12 5:26pm Matt from Springfield:

Vertigo + Fainting, possibly + Runaway Jalopy = This Sound.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:28pm Marmalade Kitty:

I normally park one of the bags inside the door to stop it closing.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:34pm autumn:

this is Plonsky for cats?
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:34pm northguineahills:

Bloody hell, MK.... that sucks.... and mushrooms are very necessary!
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:34pm G:

Wasn't this in Bye Bye Birdie? What's the matter with broads today?
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:35pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Isn't this the Virginia GOP's theme song?
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:36pm Male Manifesto:

From Paisley to Gobel, glad Irwin finally had the 'nads to express his gender in set form.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:36pm northguineahills:

I love it when Irwin plays Sloan, he seems to do so then any other WFMU dj.....
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:37pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

I watched "Bye Bye Birdie" a few night ago. The song you're probably thinking about is "Kids." 'Cause they ain't alright. :P
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:38pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

FINALLY! Scratching "Hear 'Broads Ain't People' followed by any Sloan song" off my bucket list.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:39pm Droll:

G, Irwin will bounce back next week (or later in the set) with There Is Nothin' Like a Dame (from a better tune in a better musical), and if I ever hear one more instance of "We miss you Conrad" I'll projectile vomit.
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:39pm Matt from Springfield:

@BGZ: I think their song is specifically: "Broads Are Less Than People".
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:41pm Marmalade Kitty:

oh, found the mushrooms :p ..in the other bag!
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:44pm Matt from Springfield:

Fungi Found! Fantastic Finish!
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:44pm BadGuyZero (Dallas, TX):

Hurrah for mushrooms!
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:49pm BSI:

holy crap! Just tuned in to hear a tune dedicated to my dad, a rather uncommon name, and who's this strange woman?!?!?!
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:52pm Matt from Springfield:

@BSI: Best to leave it alone. You may find more questions than answers...
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:52pm autumn:

aw....thank you
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:53pm Irwin:

Welk, um ...
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:55pm Matt from Springfield:

L! B! G! P!!!
All hail "Kektis Ket"!

@autumn: Presumably also played for you ;)
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:57pm Laura L:

The Ideal Students 2012 must have a terrific instructor....
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:57pm Kiwi Press Release:

"Gay and Lesbian fans of New Zealand's band Look Blue Go Purple, have formed a countrywide fan club that is to unite fans of the music, while focusing on LGBT issues. More information can be found at: LGBT LBGP FC NZ."
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:58pm autumn:

awwww, hi Laura! cats LOVE Laura! thanks for all the love, Purrwin
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:58pm Matt from Springfield:

Sep 12th! Jason Karaban, looking forward to it!
  Wed. 8/1/12 5:59pm Matt from Springfield:

Wonderful show Irwin!
Have a great evening everyone!
  Wed. 8/1/12 8:12pm kat330&Philo G.:

Wow -- Jan & Lorraine "The Assignment Song-Sequence." To be introduced only today to this gem, Irwin, was truly special! And then we find out Nina Simone covered it, too. A super payback for pledging to the station. Thanks!
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