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Order but no rules. Madness but crafted. Curated chaos is the spot for genre blending, jumping, and changing it up. Covering all areas from fresh indie pop to moody shoegaze tracks and back again to classic country. For all those that find borders and limits suffocating.

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Favoriting April 11, 2024: National Eight Track Tape Day!

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Artist Track Album Format Approx. start time
Fat Boy Slim  Right Here Right Now   Favoriting You've Come A Long Way, Baby  CD  0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Daneshevskaya  Big Bird   Favoriting Long is the Tunnel    0:05:19 (Pop-up)
yeule  Anthems For A Seventeen Year-Old Girl (From “I Saw the Glow”)   Favoriting     0:07:31 (Pop-up)
Allegra Krieger  Impasse   Favoriting Fragile Plane: B-Sides    0:10:49 (Pop-up)
The Millennium  I Just Wanna Be Your Friend   Favoriting Begin    0:13:12 (Pop-up)
Gia Ford  Poolside   Favoriting     0:16:27 (Pop-up)
Various Artists    Erased Tapes 20・・---0    0:21:54 (Pop-up)
frown line  What's Leftover   Favoriting     0:29:03 (Pop-up)
Jessica Audiffred, GG Magree  Don't Speak   Favoriting     0:30:04 (Pop-up)
Johnny Cash  I Still Miss Someone   Favoriting At Folsom Prison    0:32:42 (Pop-up)
Johnny Cash  Jackson   Favoriting At Folsom Prison    0:34:37 (Pop-up)
AUSTYN GILLETTE  Remember When You Called   Favoriting Words You Won't Wear    0:37:53 (Pop-up)
You Are so Gentle With Me    Ella Suna    0:41:29 (Pop-up)
Voxtrot  They Never Mean What They Say   Favoriting     0:44:05 (Pop-up)
Lomboy, The Holydrug Couple  Bruce Lee   Favoriting     0:50:48 (Pop-up)
Acopia  Intentions   Favoriting Acopia    0:55:29 (Pop-up)
After  Obvious   Favoriting     0:58:31 (Pop-up)
Bess Atwell  Release Myself   Favoriting     1:05:45 (Pop-up)
Bess Atwell  Fan Favourite   Favoriting     1:09:11 (Pop-up)
The Raconteurs  You Don't Understand Me   Favoriting Consolers of the Lonely    1:15:07 (Pop-up)
Gun  Cancel   Favoriting     1:17:22 (Pop-up)
Shallow Alcove  Dream Song   Favoriting     1:24:32 (Pop-up)
Max RiRado  My Love is a Painter   Favoriting     1:24:57 (Pop-up)
Scarlet Rae  Seems Like Forever   Favoriting     1:27:45 (Pop-up)
Lost in Lona  Lost It All   Favoriting     1:33:17 (Pop-up)
Air  Ce Matin La   Favoriting Moon Safari    1:41:57 (Pop-up)
Air  Remember   Favoriting Moon Safari    1:44:54 (Pop-up)
Low  Dinosaur Act   Favoriting Things We Lost In The Fire    1:46:55 (Pop-up)
Joey Valence and Brae  PUNK TACTICS   Favoriting PUNK TACTICS    1:51:00 (Pop-up)
Joey Valence and Brae  HOOLIGANG   Favoriting PUNK TACTICS    1:53:28 (Pop-up)
The Belair Lip Bombs  Look The Part   Favoriting Lush Life    1:56:33 (Pop-up)
Hannah Frances  Keeper of the Shepherd   Favoriting Keeper of the Shepherd    2:03:47 (Pop-up)
Devon Welsh  Twenty Seven   Favoriting Come With Me If You Want To Live    2:10:16 (Pop-up)
Haley Blais  Firestarter   Favoriting Below The Salt    2:13:36 (Pop-up)
Haley Blais  Asleep   Favoriting Below The Salt    2:17:13 (Pop-up)
Haley Blais  Be Your Own Muse   Favoriting Below The Salt    2:21:00 (Pop-up)
Poise  Delusion   Favoriting Vestiges    2:25:24 (Pop-up)
Corridor  Mourir Demain   Favoriting     2:27:06 (Pop-up)
Drop Nineteens  Tarantula   Favoriting Hard Light    2:30:02 (Pop-up)
Hannah Cohen  Don't Say   Favoriting Child Bride    2:34:30 (Pop-up)
Suzy True  Angel Baby   Favoriting     2:35:41 (Pop-up)
Beastie Boys  Triple Trouble   Favoriting Solid Gold Hits    2:39:17 (Pop-up)
Susannah Joffe  Your Mother's Name   Favoriting     2:44:02 (Pop-up)
Susannah Joffe  In Your Room   Favoriting     2:47:28 (Pop-up)
Chapelle Roan  Good Luck, Babe!   Favoriting     2:50:49 (Pop-up)
Minnie Riperton  Les Fleurs   Favoriting Come to My Garden    2:54:29 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01am

Mornin all!!!!

↳ Song: "Right Here Right Now" by "Fat Boy Slim"
Fifa 99, soundtrack.

Hi, hello.
Avatar 🦑 3:03am
tom tom the pipers son:

good morning zoey and listeneers...
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 3:08am
Spikey BXL:

Good morning Zoey B, chaotics
Avatar 🦑 3:13am
tom tom the pipers son:

zoey: don't you usually come on air after first coupla songs?
Avatar 🦑 3:16am
tom tom the pipers son:

or did i dream that....
Hi from Holland:

↳ Song: "Don't Speak" by "Jessica Audiffred, GG Magree"
Aloha! Hilarious to hear this...
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 3:32am
Spikey BXL:

↳ Song: "Don't Speak" by "Jessica Audiffred, GG Magree"
Never heard this version, love it
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 3:33am
Spatulator (formerly elwyn5150):

↳ Song: "Don't Speak" by "Jessica Audiffred, GG Magree"
I never liked No Doubt. I still don't like No Doubt.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 3:37am
Spikey BXL:

From a song against mansplaining to Johnny Cash doing just that.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 3:49am
London Calling Francky:

Morning Zoey and Chaosters! Very chilled set of tchoones for test papers' morning grading, thank you :-)
Avatar 4:03am

good morning
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:10am
Krys O.:

Good morning!
Avatar 🦑 4:13am
tom tom the pipers son:

@zoey.... i have a recommendation which is going to sound dumb because it's obvious and you probably know it, but there's a chance you don't..."i walk a thin line" by fleetwood mac...i was reminded of it last week...
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:14am
Spikey BXL:

↳ Krys O. @4:10
Good morning Krys!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 4:26am

↳ tom tom the pipers son @4:13
I cant say I know it off the top of my head so Ill def listen!!
Avatar 🦑 4:28am
tom tom the pipers son:

↳ zoeybeatrice @4:26
it's on tusk, it's a great song
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:28am
Spatulator (formerly elwyn5150):

↳ tom tom the pipers son @4:13
How about Huey Lewis & The News "Walking on a Thin Line"?
Avatar 🦑 4:28am
tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Spatulator (formerly elwyn5150) @4:28
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:30am
Spatulator (formerly elwyn5150):

↳ tom tom the pipers son @4:28
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:32am

Good Morning Zoey and everybody with their ears open...
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:33am
Spikey BXL:

↳ Strandlund @4:32
Hey there Strandlund!
Avatar 4:34am

Early evening vibes for a bit of work at the desk...nice!
Avatar 🦑 4:34am
tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Spatulator (formerly elwyn5150) @4:30
can't make out those emojis... sad or happy? huey lewis featured in ny times yesterday, he's lost his hearing but still making music... wasn't that always the case?

I watched an interview with Vai and Satriani today just out of curiosity. They both said loved the guitarist Holdsworth because you couldn't hear the pick on the strings.

Meanwhile, I love hearing the fingers on the fretboard.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:43am
Spatulator (formerly elwyn5150):

↳ Song: "Ce Matin La" by "Air"
I probably should see their album anniversary show at the Sydney Opera House.

↳ Song: "Ce Matin La" by "Air"
this is 128 mp3 type song.
Avatar 🦑 4:44am
tom tom the pipers son:

8 track sounded like crap and tracks would change in the middle of a song interrupting it and making and making a loud clunk noise
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:44am
Krys O.:

I remember 8-track players mostly from cars and particularly in the car of the older brother of a schoolmate. The specific advantage as I recall was the ability to change tracks at the push of a button. They were in music ads all the time.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:46am

↳ Spikey BXL @4:33
Hey Spikey!! I hope you're having a wonderful day!!
Hi from Holland:

↳ Song: "Remember" by "Air"
ELO vibes...
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:47am

↳ Song: "Remember" by "Air"
I played the hell out of this CD when it came out!! Love it!!
Avatar 🦑 4:47am
tom tom the pipers son:

↳ Hi from Holland @4:46

8-tracks, as they wore out, would bleed into each other. So while listening to one song you could hear another in the background. Sometimes that would sound interesting.
Paul with a P:

You cannot play enough Air
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:48am

↳ Paul with a P @4:47
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:49am
Spatulator (formerly elwyn5150):

↳ Song: "Dinosaur Act" by "Low"
I went to two of the album anniversary shows for this and got the 20th anniversary poster a couple of years ago.

↳ Song: "Dinosaur Act" by "Low"
What a Masterpiece! I am still heartbroken from the premature loss of Mimi Parker :-(
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:51am
London Calling Francky:

↳ Song: "Dinosaur Act" by "Low"
What a Masterpiece! I am still heartbroken from the premature loss of Mimi Parker :-(

8 tracks were the 1st thing you could play for yourself in a car. You didn't have to listen to some DJ on the radio.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:52am
Krys O.:

↳ David @4:47
Heard bleed through on cassettes too.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 4:53am
London Calling Francky:

↳ Song: "PUNK TACTICS" by "Joey Valence and Brae"
Well that is a bit of a change of vibez! Works for me: Grading efficiency already improving!

The only 8 track I remember listening to was the starwars sound track, and would listen to the cantina song on repeat.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 5:00am
Spikey BXL:

↳ Song: "HOOLIGANG" by "Joey Valence and Brae"
track is actually HoolinganG

wish I could purchase this vinyl

I think the last piece of furniture my grandparents bought was a huge wooden box with speakers, a turntable and an 8-track player.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:04am

↳ Spikey BXL @5:00

They didn't have sleeves? how were they packaged originally? I don't know or remember.
Toothgrinder Tom:

For whatever reason I never encountered 8 tracks. Did they come before cassette tapes were available? And how long were they around?
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 5:20am
Ryan Sterlingvirtue:

damn, tfw you sat in boring meetings when you could be listening to curated chaos.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 5:22am
Ryan Sterlingvirtue:

8 tracks were interesting because they had like buttons on the front and they would take you to a different part of the album, but not to the beginning of a song.

↳ devlawn @5:05
I recall most having a cardboard sleeve open on one end, that you could slide the cart into to "protect" the exposed tape.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 5:25am
Krys O.:

Thanks, Zoey!

↳ Toothgrinder Tom @5:18
They existed about the same time as far as for consumer based music. 8 tracks since early 50's cassettes early 60's, but not widely used for music early on.

I watched this about the cassettes inventor Lou Otten


↳ Toothgrinder Tom @5:18
I had a 4 track player early on back when I was about 8 years old. Similar design to the 8 track cart but smaller, held less tape only 2 songs per each of it's four playing channels. They phased out pretty quickly.
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 5:31am
Krys O.:

Postscript: video of track change mechanism of 8-track


↳ Ryan Sterlingvirtue @5:22
Channel change button. No ffwd or rev on 8 track machines. I had a player/recorder for a long time. Lloyds Electronics. Left a brand new one behind in divorce #1

↳ Krys O. @5:31
Remember the fade out/fade in on 8 tracks & the clunk between channels? :)
Toothgrinder Tom:

@dday looking forward to watching the video, thanks!
Avatar 5:43am

↳ devlawn @4:51
Believe it or not in the 50's you could get a 45 RPM vinyl record player for your car. Well before 8 track or cassette
the sun isn't up yet:

Morning all! I haven't listened before. Thanks, Zoey. I'll have to check out the full show in the archive.

↳ dday @5:43
Wouldn't that have been more for a picnic? Not while driving.
Toothgrinder Tom:

I saw that in the movie ‘Il Sorpasso’ with Jean-Louis Trintingant and Vittorio Gassman about a car trip that ends in tragedy.
Avatar 5:48am

↳ David @4:47
Such a crummy format. The tape would stretch over time, get wound around the captan (tape drive shaft) and get eaten un-spooling itself in the player. I spent may hours opening 8 tracks & "rewinding" them, usually to have them just do the same thing.

They sold de-gaussers to demagnetize the playback head which sometimes helped and cleaning tapes that were either so abrasive they damaged the head permanently or another type you put a drop of alcohol on and ran it. Neither was very effective.
Toothgrinder Tom:

A perfect movie in a lot of ways.
Avatar 5:51am

↳ devlawn @5:47
Yep. Not very practical in my eyes :)
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↳ dday @5:48
  🦑 Swag For Life Member 5:51am

Thanks, Zoey!

↳ dday @5:51
I just remembered that I did see a car 45 player in a museum once.

Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 5:53am

Thanks Zoey!!
Great show!!
Hi from Holland:

↳ Song: "Les Fleurs" by "Minnie Riperton"
Minnie! So good...

Thanks for the tunes!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 5:56am

Thanks all!!
Hi from Holland:

Thank YOU Zoey!
Avatar 5:58am

↳ devlawn @5:53
Check it out:

Thanks Zoey!
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 5:59am
Ryan Sterlingvirtue:

great show!
Avatar 🦑 Swag For Life Member 5:59am
London Calling Francky:

Thank you Zoey, amazing show!
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