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Familiar & forgotten gems from 50-plus years of music on the darker side, shoegaze, synthpop, goth, psychedelia, darkwave, with unapologetic detours into 70s pop. In a dark night of the soul, it's always 3 o'clock in the morning.

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Favoriting November 16, 2010: It's not me, it's you. Yeah, it's definitely you.

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Artist Track Album Label Year Comments New Approx. start time
Inkubus Sukkubus  Away With The Faeries   Favoriting Away With The Faeries  Resurrection   1998       
Cocteau Twins  Persephone   Favoriting Treasure  4AD  1983       
Donna Regina  My Nana   Favoriting Diva X Machina Volume 2  Interface  1998      0:07:54 (Pop-up)
Crimson Joy  Space Oddity   Favoriting A Tribute To David Bowie: The Dark Side Of David Bowie  Khazad-Dûm ‎  1997      0:11:10 (Pop-up)
Shiny Toy Guns  Major Tom   Favoriting Major Tom  Universal Motown  2009      0:15:44 (Pop-up)
Peter Schilling  Lifetime Guarantee   Favoriting Error In The System  Elektra  1983      0:20:05 (Pop-up)
Berlin  In My Dreams   Favoriting Love Life  Geffen  1984      0:26:42 (Pop-up)
Gold Chains  Human Pony Girl   Favoriting Straight From Your Radio  Tigerbeat6  2002      0:30:54 (Pop-up)
Arson Garden  Impossible Space   Favoriting Wisteria  Vertebrae Records  1992      0:36:37 (Pop-up)
Porcupine Tree  Dark Matter   Favoriting Signify  C&S Records  1996      0:39:29 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

0:49:02 (Pop-up)
The Kinks  Rats   Favoriting Lola Versus Powerman and the Moneygoround  Reprise  1970      0:54:54 (Pop-up)
McFadden's Parachute  The Blue Sky Sets Me Free   Favoriting Living in the 4th Dimension  PeterFondaRecords  2010    *   0:57:18 (Pop-up)
Al Stewart  Man For All Seasons   Favoriting Time Passages  Rhino/WEA  1978      1:00:36 (Pop-up)
Cinema Red & Blue  Ghost Confessions   Favoriting Cinema Red & Blue  What's Your Rupture?  2010    *   1:06:18 (Pop-up)
Lana Lane  Faerie Tale State of Mind   Favoriting Love is An Illusion  Think Tank  1995      1:09:18 (Pop-up)
Some Girls  On My Back   Favoriting Feel It  Koch Records  2003  featuring Juliana Hatfield & Frida Love    1:14:11 (Pop-up)
Finger Eleven  One Thing   Favoriting Finger Eleven    2003      1:17:40 (Pop-up)
My Bloody Valentine  Loomer   Favoriting Loveless  Sire  1991      1:22:00 (Pop-up)
Fern Knight  From 0 to Infinity   Favoriting Castings  VHF  2010    *   1:24:40 (Pop-up)
Pigeons  Pure   Favoriting Liasons  Soft Abuse  2010    *   1:28:03 (Pop-up)
Circus Maximus  The Wind   Favoriting Circus Maximus With Jerry Jeff Walker  Vanguard  1967      1:31:26 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

1:40:21 (Pop-up)
Paul Young  Come Back and Stay   Favoriting No Parlez  CBS  1983      1:46:58 (Pop-up)
Tori Amos  Blood Roses   Favoriting Boys for Pele  Atlantic  1996      1:50:16 (Pop-up)
Saint Etienne  Only Love Can Break Your Heart   Favoriting Foxbase Alpha  Warner Bros.  1991      1:54:09 (Pop-up)
Lauren Christy  Steep   Favoriting Lauren Christy  Mercury  1991      1:59:07 (Pop-up)
Black Tape For a Blue Girl  Could I Stay the Honest One? (acoustic version)   Favoriting   Projekt        2:03:40 (Pop-up)
Club 8  Cold Hearts   Favoriting Strangely Beautiful    2003      2:06:30 (Pop-up)
Ann-Margret  Heartbreak Hotel   Favoriting Hits & Rarities  Marginal Records        2:09:22 (Pop-up)
Julian Cope  I wandered lonely as a cloud   Favoriting 20 Mothers  Echo  1995      2:11:49 (Pop-up)
Jillian Ann  Never Enough   Favoriting Neverland  Emperor Penguin  2003      2:14:55 (Pop-up)
Blondie  Once I Had A Love   Favoriting Blonde and Beyond  Chrysalis  1993  Original version of Heart of Glass    2:18:45 (Pop-up)
David Bowie  Breaking Glass   Favoriting Stage  RCA  1978      2:21:49 (Pop-up)
Men At Work  No Sign of Yesterday   Favoriting Cargo  CBS  1982      2:25:20 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

2:34:28 (Pop-up)
The Stripes  You Must Be Good For Something   Favoriting The Stripes  Columbia  1980  Featuring Nena Kerner of Nena    2:37:57 (Pop-up)
Boris & Ian Astbury  We Are Witches   Favoriting BXI  Southern Lord  2010    *   2:40:09 (Pop-up)
The Ex  Maybe I Was The Pilot   Favoriting Catch My Shoe  Ex  2010    *   2:44:25 (Pop-up)
Barbara Morgenstern  Come To Berlin   Favoriting Fan No. 2  Monika  2010    *   2:50:55 (Pop-up)
Vanessa Paradis  Mosquito   Favoriting M&J  Polydor  1989      2:53:34 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  3:08am
yuri:

what the .....
  3:16am
yuri:

mornin Julie ... feeeling pretty perky this am huh?
  3:17am
Julie:

ha, too perky?
  3:18am
yuri:

nah ... getting it right between the eyes now ...
  3:25am
yuri:

How bout some "Dark Matter" by Porcupine Tree or "Cain -- Alice Donut? Any chance?
  3:26am
Julie:

Maybe...let's see if I have time to hunt in the library later on
  3:26am
yuri:

cool
  3:35am
Julie:

Okay this one maybe a bit much
  3:37am
Brendan:

Ni Hao! I'm listening to the show from Shanghai, China!
  3:38am
yuri:

You think?
  3:38am
Julie:

Ni Hao!
  3:38am
Julie:

I like that song, even if it didn't really fit in. Keep you on your toes :)
  3:40am
yuri:

What toes?
  3:41am
yuri:

U da best Julie -- tanks!!!
  3:43am
Julie:

You got lucky. We only have one PT album, and that was the right one.
  3:44am
yuri:

ooofahhh!
  3:44am
Julie:

and the fact I didn't have to climb a ladder to get it!
  3:45am
yuri:

I'd never do that to someone as lovely as you now would I?
  3:46am
Julie:

actually a friend kept telling me about that band and I hadn't had a chance to listen, so I was motivated.
  3:47am
yuri:

all about space and time -- a page from the Moody Blues -- don't you think?
  3:56am
yuri:

nice
  3:59am
yuri:

awesome segue....
  3:59am
Julie:

yeah Porcupine was really nice
  4:08am
Julie:

wow that was an accident..it's just after 4am and he mentions it.
  4:10am
yuri:

I thought it was brilliant timing Julie ...
  4:11am
Julie:

Everything should be so synchronized
  4:13am
yuri:

Not everything ... gotta leave some room for serendipity too ...
  4:14am
Julie:

it's only cool because I didn't plan it
  4:15am
yuri:

Do you get the impression that we are a 2 person board tonite -- but for the Chinese fan?
  4:16am
Julie:

Yep. But that's happened before. Don't be shy folks!
  4:19am
yuri:

got the cans on .. if I fade away... thanks for the trip .. Julie bird
  4:19am
Julie:

My pleasure!
  4:50am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

Hi Julie! I'm on vacation in Thailand so I can listen to you LIVE at 4:47 pm here in the jungle outside of Lampang! Loving your past shows and THIS one! I can't believe I just missed "The Man For All Seasons" and "Persephone"!

I love the Kinks as well--gotta say I love Ray for his sophisticated soul and rock star attitude. Dave deserves praise for working hard at becoming their lead guitarist when he didn't play at all when the band first formed.
  4:52am
Julie:

Hello Matt in Thailand! Hope you're having a great time! I'm wicked envious.
  4:56am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

Joe McG was also envious! The food will make me disappointed in any Thai food I get back in the States!

Saint Etienne "Only Love Can Break Your Heart" 1991? Ever hear the Mint Juleps' version from 1986? 80s Brit pop soul.
  5:01am
Julie:

Ike, who is often on the board, went to Thailand too and posted many pictures of the food. I hear the beaches are great too.
  5:01am
Julie:

No, I don't think I know that one. Will have to seek it out!
  5:04am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

I'm not in the beaches area, but I have so many great pics I'll need to start a Panoramio account so people can just look at them on the 'webs (and Google Earth too!) I'm glad you finally got a WFMU email, but do you know how to enable these playlists so we can comment after the show ends?
  5:06am
Julie:

I can leave comments open. Didn't figure anyone would comment after the fact.
  5:09am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

Oh yeah, us "Archivists" do all the time! Esp for night shows like Surface Noise and even popular daytime shows--you don't have to leave them on forever, but at least a few days so new commenters can leave a message.
  5:10am
Julie:

Okay will do!
  5:13am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

Many thanks! :)

Thanks also for all these bands I've learned from you! Black Tape, Saint Etienne, and that perennial favorite Aphrodite's Child! (Though I might have first heard them from Brian T..)
  5:14am
Julie:

my pleasure!
  5:22am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

Wow, interesting first take on "Heart of Glass"! Though the title "Once I Had A Love" and slower beat gives a whole different perception to the song, and since this was their first hit (I think) this could have affected Blondie's subsequent releases.
  5:23am
Julie:

Yeah the one on Parallel Lines was always described as "the disco version," made me wonder where the non-disco one was.
  5:29am
Gary:

Morning Jules! I'm Awake but I have to get ready to catch the train. Can't wait to listen to the archive later today. PS - Digging the picture of Frank and his bride!
  5:30am
Julie:

Hi Gary!! oldies bringin back memories? I took that pic btw ;)
  5:31am
Gary:

Lookinf forward to listening to the original version of "Heart of Glass."
  5:33am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

Hi Gary! I think it's actually more typical Blondie than the disco-tinged "Heart of Glass"
  5:39am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

YES! Nena's English-language pre-Nena band!
  5:41am
Julie:

I'm a bit of a Nena nut
  5:43am
Julie:

Well if THIS doesn't wake you up
  5:45am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

Ahhhhhhh...got a nice hour of Julie in! There's a great sunset coming up I want to take a pic of, but I will get caught up with this show and last week's! After all, isn't that what work is for :)
  5:46am
Julie:

Enjoy, Matt!
  5:48am
Matt from Springfield in Thailand:

Thanks! Look forward to your shows Julie!

(psst---Nena suggestion: "Nur Getraumt")
  7:37pm
mike:

heard the stripes tune on my way in to work.reminded me of the hi school sweethearts. with cynthia on kick ass vocals
  2:01am
Julie:

HSS are a GREAT band. And wow, leaving the comment board open did something!
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