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WFMU's House of Horrors; with black/death/doom metal, punk/grind, Kosmische/Krautrock, filmmusic, and noise/improv. Regular live guests and film commentary.

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Options June 2, 2010: #46 In the Mirror, A Stranger

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Fabio Frizzi & Giorgio Tucci  Zombie Theme   Options Zombie  Blackest Heart Media  2010  CD    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Jabladav  Reflection   Options Trostlosigkeit  self-released  2010  CD-R    0:04:43 (Pop‑up)
Dodsferd  His Veins Colored the Room   Options Suicide and the Rest of Your Kind Will Follow  Moribund Cult  2009  CD     
Teen Cthulhu  120 Days of Sodom   Options Ride the Blade  Rage of Achilles  2003  CD    1:04:09 (Pop‑up)
Low Threat Profile  Ripe   Options Low Threat Profile  Draw Blank / Deep Six  2010  7"    1:05:15 (Pop‑up)
Much Worse  Need New Sights   Options Proper Execute  Pass Judgment  2010  7"    1:05:31 (Pop‑up)
Total Abuse  Eunuch   Options Mutt  Post Present Medium  2010  LP    1:07:40 (Pop‑up)
Raw Nerve  Hemlock   Options Raw Nerve LP  Youth Attack  2010  LP    1:12:02 (Pop‑up)
Amebix  Axeman   Options Arise  Alternative Tentacles    CD    1:13:30 (Pop‑up)
Vile Gash  Incapable   Options Vile Gash  Youth Attack  2010  7"    1:17:01 (Pop‑up)
Flesh Coffin  Tombstone   Options Veil of Snakes  Abandon Ship  2010  CD-R    1:23:43 (Pop‑up)
Burning Star Core  I   Options Papercuts Theater  No Quarter  2010  CD    1:29:16 (Pop‑up)
Grunt  Project Eden   Options Europe After Storm  Force Majeure    CD    1:46:34 (Pop‑up)
Pain Jerk  Tube Way Trafficker   Options Gallon Gravy  Creativeman Disc.  1997  CD    1:53:46 (Pop‑up)
Nervous Sex  An Intolerable Lightness of Unbeing   Options split cassette with Drums Like Machine Gunes  Abandon Ship  2010  Cassette    2:02:51 (Pop‑up)
Cornelius F. Van Stafrin III  Leading the Deer and Monoceros Through the Disintegrating Forest   Options Split tour CDr with Tärr  Oms-B Records  2010  CD-R    2:17:27 (Pop‑up)
Budweiser Sprite  Muculent Passage (Side A Excerpt)   Options Muculent Passage  Oms-B Records  2010  Cassette  ltd. to 100 http://www.oms-b.org/  2:36:49 (Pop‑up)
C. Lavender  Side B   Options Body Heat  self-released  2010  Cassette  Ltd. 10-pc tape in metal box w/massage oil and white fur lining  2:46:01 (Pop‑up)
Famous Pilgrim  Untitled Track 2   Options Famous Pilgrim  Oms-B Records    CD-R    2:53:19 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  8:11pm I AM:

Unfashionably early, but listening appreciatively.
  8:12pm t:

The remastered with extra minutes of From Beyond is a visual delight.
  8:27pm dividend:

mr berger, I am eating my ghetto spaghetti in awe once again. how do you do it?
  8:42pm don:

what do you mean, not attending??!! can't you be in 4 places at once!!!??
  8:43pm don:

the other side is, how dare they book shows on a wednesday!
  8:54pm SiHV:

Good evening.
  8:57pm Wm.:

Don, I give and I give. I am the Jewish Mother of noise.
  9:11pm ?:

i met total abuse last week and told them about the hidden promo for their new album in the recent video interview wfmu did with some youtube channel.great set wm!
  9:11pm don:

as if anyone cares, i'm over here sorting out/cleaning up CD's from the living room floor--that's right, i said CD's--cleaning up so that i can host my mother-in-law in ten days. yes there are that many CD's, and i need that much time. there's gonna be a sale in July!
  9:12pm don:

the answer to my math question just now was 666.
  9:18pm SiHV:

Don, what's the address of your store? Is there a physical store? I want to check it out.
  9:28pm dw:

Fun ride so far & there's a half more show yet! That blog mentioned, whammo!
  9:29pm Sister Hairy Hymen:

Mr Berger, Have your of this band
Todesstoss -2010- Abwegnis
suicidal black metal at its finest
  9:29pm don:

steve, it's just my website, record shows and the occasional g-sale. i WISH i had a store.
  9:31pm Sister Hairy Hymen:

sounds like the singer is having his flesh ripped off and he likes it.
  9:32pm don:

Darn that Merzbow's "Time Hunter." i put it in the box but the lid won't close, it's too big.
  9:33pm Sister Hairy Hymen:

I tried to put it her box,,, She said it was too small
  9:34pm Sister Hairy Hymen:

this sum good tripped out music
  9:34pm SiHV:

Ah alright. Eh, physical retail. Its day is past. Wm., gigs: nothing last week, but I will be seeing both NYC-area Eyehategod shows next week. Brutal Truth opening in Milford, CT! Sick.
  9:41pm don:

there is something to be said for a physical retail space that gets you out of the house to meet live humans, and look at the actual object not a jpeg.... also i'd like to get the stuff out from under my bed, etc. but the rent would kill me.
  9:49pm SiHV:

Yeah, I'm sort of joking. I like visiting Hospital Records in the city and I like vinyl. But that's because I'm old and pathetic.
There's gotta be some hole-in-the-wall places for cheap in Suffern, tho, right? Can't do it in the yuppie wasteland that is tarrytown, tht's for sure.
  9:54pm don:

imagine if there was something like Hospital in Suffern. who would come?
  9:55pm Wm.:

If you called it Suffern Sukkot Ash, I'd come.
  9:56pm don:

i appreciate that. on so many levels.
  9:57pm don:

i just did '666' again! what's up!
  10:07pm Joe Regimental:

Awesome show tonight so far Wm.
  10:28pm dw:

I am totally ecstatic with all the way out fully omega explosion of so many great sonic things going on these days, but where's a new Bananafish-like rag to wipe it all up?
  10:31pm Wm.:

Well, people don't really do zines anymore, do they? The Chondritic Sound noise board is a great place for info on artists, labels and tours.
  10:31pm dw:

Where's my (Bananafish) Chippy?
  10:32pm dw:

ah ok yeah online of course, but I do miss the sweet mag with disc combo fun
  10:36pm Wm.:

Well, yeah, I love Mike M's Yeti, but it's not just about music, and he's into different things in music as well. Signal to Noise is good, but they too only scratch the surface of the amazing regional scenes and artists in noise/electronics.
  10:36pm dw:

maybe the zine/mag wheel will roll around again like tapes have
  10:39pm dw:

Yeti is good I agree, but a "Bananafish of the NYC area in the 20-teens" would be so great, the art, the music, the peoples...
  10:43pm dw:

Also not trying to imply that Bananafish is easily re-rendered, it had it's own time/voice, unique and strong.
  10:44pm SF Spike:

Thanks once again for providing a sublime soundtrack to my tedious job. I think bankers secretly like atmospheric noise.
  10:48pm Wm.:

I liked Bananafish for what it covered, but I prefer a less snarky voice. That's what's great about Mike—he's an unabashed enthusiast. I like writers like Julian Cope, who get all goofy about the things they like, even if a few facts fall astray. I'm all about not being "too cool for school."
  10:55pm dw:

In their defense, wasn't that snarky voice the mediation tone of the grunge-o daze? But I do agree, honest enthusiasm is great, like blogs and stuff.
  10:56pm dw:

I just miss leaving the record store with a fat ole mag/comp to pour over a few times a year I guess.
  10:57pm dw:

math sum was 666 on that one, ha! thanks for another wicked show tonight, looking forward to Opponents next week!
  10:57pm Wm.:

I just never aligned with it personally, that tone, I mean; I'm a passionate goof about what I hate and love in all the arts.
  11:01pm Joe Regimental:

Great show.
  2:00am P.K.:

thirdsex.org is working on a zine as we speak. Kind of a playboy layout with center folds etc. keep a eye on that web site lots of great recordings coming out really soon too!

thanks for playing a handful of oms-b releases. finely got that split on vinyl.
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