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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 February 15, 2011: The St. Valentine's Day Masochist

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Fiona Apple  Criminal   Favoriting Tidal  Sony  1996      0:00:00 (Pop-up)
The Cake  You Can Have Him   Favoriting The Cake  Rev-Ola  1967      0:05:33 (Pop-up)
My Bloody Valentine  Sometimes   Favoriting Loveless  Sire  1991      0:08:32 (Pop-up)
The Scars  Leave Me in Autumn   Favoriting Author! Author!  PREVS  1981      0:13:42 (Pop-up)
The Stranglers  Walk On By   Favoriting The Collection 1977-1982  Liberty-United  1978      0:16:41 (Pop-up)
Toyah  Brave New World   Favoriting The Changeling  Safari Records  1982      0:22:50 (Pop-up)
Prince & The Revolution  The Beautiful Ones   Favoriting Purple Rain  Warner Bros  1984  LP    0:28:09 (Pop-up)
T. Rex  Pain and Love   Favoriting Dandy in the Underworld  Rhino  1977      0:33:22 (Pop-up)
The Church  When You Were Mine   Favoriting Hindsight: 1980-1987  EMI  1988      0:37:03 (Pop-up)
Juliana Hatfield  Everybody Loves Me But You   Favoriting Hey Babe  Mammoth  1992      0:42:43 (Pop-up)
Bow Wow Wow  Lonesome Tonight   Favoriting When the Going Gets Tough the Tough Get Going  RCA  1983  LP    0:46:13 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Heavenly Orchestra 

All By Myself   Favoriting

Moonlight Piano Favorites 

Hallmark 

2002 

 

 

0:49:01 (Pop-up)
T.A.T.U.  All The Things She Said   Favoriting 200 KM/H In The Wrong Lane  Interscope  2002      0:57:19 (Pop-up)
Flowing Tears & Withered Flowers  Love Will Tear Us Apart   Favoriting Swallow EP  Century Media  1999      1:00:47 (Pop-up)
Tapping the Vein  Broken   Favoriting The Damage  Rebelution Entertainment  2002      1:05:05 (Pop-up)
Bat For Lashes  Sleep Alone   Favoriting Two Suns  Astralwerks  2009      1:09:42 (Pop-up)
Shiny Toy Guns  Nothing Compares 2 U   Favoriting Stripped (single)  Cleopatra  2007      1:13:40 (Pop-up)
The Like  I Can See It In Your Eyes   Favoriting Release Me  Downtown Records  2010      1:18:37 (Pop-up)
The Black Velvet Band  Lullaby   Favoriting King of Myself  Elektra  1992      1:21:14 (Pop-up)
Mazzy Star  I've Been Let Down   Favoriting Among My Swan  Capitol  1996      1:25:58 (Pop-up)
Natalie Imbruglia  Torn   Favoriting Left Of The Middle  RCA  1997      1:29:09 (Pop-up)
The Smiths  Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me   Favoriting Strangeways Here We Come  Sire  1987  LP    1:33:09 (Pop-up)
Brenda Lee  You Always Hurt The One You Love   Favoriting The Brenda Lee Story  MCA        1:38:06 (Pop-up)
Hooverphonic  Every Time We Live Together We Die A Bit More   Favoriting The Magnificent Tree  Sony  2000      1:40:48 (Pop-up)
The Guess Who  These Eyes   Favoriting The Best of the Guess Who  RCA  1971  LP    1:44:22 (Pop-up)
Black Tape for a Blue Girl  Tear Love From My Mind   Favoriting A Chaos of Desire  Projekt  2000      1:48:00 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

1:54:19 (Pop-up)
Quarterflash  Harden My Heart   Favoriting Quarterflash  Geffen  1981      2:00:46 (Pop-up)
Stephen Collins & The 7th Band with Gary Herbig  I Sold My Heart To The Junkman   Favoriting Songs of the week  no label  2004      2:04:33 (Pop-up)
Sandie Shaw  There's always something there to remind me   Favoriting The Collection  MSI Music        2:07:17 (Pop-up)
Olivia Newton-John  Band of Gold   Favoriting Live Frankfurt 1971  no label  1971      2:09:56 (Pop-up)
The Carpenters  Goodbye To Love   Favoriting From the Top  A&M  1972      2:12:13 (Pop-up)
Three Dog Night  One   Favoriting Golden Biscuits  Dunhill Records  1971  LP    2:16:05 (Pop-up)
Pink Floyd  Don't Leave Me Now   Favoriting The Wall  Columbia  1979      2:19:12 (Pop-up)
Bananarama  No Feelings   Favoriting Deep Sea Skiving  Polygram  1983    Bonus track on cd reissue  2:23:17 (Pop-up)
The La's  There She Goes   Favoriting The La's  Go! Discs  1990      2:25:48 (Pop-up)
The Beatles  Looking Through You   Favoriting The Beatles Anthology  Apple Corps  1965      2:28:29 (Pop-up)
Herman's Hermits  No Milk Today   Favoriting Their Greatest Hits  Abko    LP    2:31:21 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

2:34:13 (Pop-up)
No Doubt  Don't Speak   Favoriting Tragic Kingdom  Trauma Records  1995      2:39:22 (Pop-up)
The Kinks  Who'll Be The Next In Line   Favoriting Kinkdom  Reprise  1965      2:43:38 (Pop-up)
The Go-Gos  Lust to Love   Favoriting Return to the Valley of the Go-Go's  IRS  1994      2:45:40 (Pop-up)
The Cardigans  Sick And Tired   Favoriting Emmersdale  Trampolene  1994      2:49:00 (Pop-up)
J. Geils Band  Love Stinks   Favoriting Love Stinks  EMI America  1980  LP    2:52:22 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Favoriting

Angel Sanctuary OST 

 

 

 

 

2:58:24 (Pop-up)


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Listener comments!

  3:04am
coalhard:

i can't be here right now--watching comet fly-by live--but i am still listening to show!!!
  3:07am
Julie:

Comet? Awesome
  3:08am
Marmalade kitty:

Hi julie, I rolled over again! (3 shows in a row!) oooh MBV!
  3:10am
coalhard:

here is link if you want to watch while you listen to show--actuall fly-by -in 40 minutes--http://www.ustream.tv/NASAJPL2
  3:12am
hamburger:

but it's just some light going across the sky eh? :)
  3:13am
Marmalade kitty:

Jesus and mary chain also good for ears reminicently..?
  3:15am
Marmalade kitty:

This is such a great show!
  3:17am
coalhard:

comet temple 1 --they slammed a piece of metal into it last year--lust like picture on julie's page--now we can see results
  3:17am
Julie:

Awww thanks MK! Thanks for sticking around!
  3:17am
Marmalade kitty:

Hugh nails it!
  3:24am
Julie:

Loved it!
  3:31am
Marmalade kitty:

I'm still five oowas ahead! Thats a good head start by all accounts, but dwindling rapidly I fear!!
love you too!
  3:32am
coalhard:

also --if you visit their new rover page--you get to put your name on a chip that is going to mars in dec.--my name on there!!!
  3:35am
Julie:

Are we talking potato or chocolate?
  3:37am
coalhard:

there are no pertater chips in space silly
  3:38am
Julie:

Chocolate then! Yum
  3:39am
Marmalade kitty:

Do you remember the band lush? A bit depressing maybe, but something there! like a..
  3:40am
Julie:

Lush is an awesome band. Will try to remember to play them next week!
  3:44am
Marmalade kitty:

Lemonheads li'l weed is a special song for me.. It's disappeared! Evan Dando is so...
  3:56am
Marmalade kitty:

Had big fun!! G'nite/mornin! ARCHIVE Zzzz Ooh Quel horreur! Zzzzzz
  4:03am
Marmalade kitty:

I know I'm past bed time when i start blabbing in French!
  4:21am
Matt from Springfield:

Happy Valentine's Day, Julie! I didn't want to miss out on your Valentine's show, that pic says it all! Did you make that?
  4:23am
Julie:

Hi Matt! No I didn't. I had an even grislier picture, but I decided against using it.
  4:24am
Matt from Springfield:

The Danielle Dax "Pop Eyes"? You made it sound as if it was something borderline illegal! I was underwhelmed when I looked it up.
  4:24am
coalhard:

i tried to pipe wfmu music into nasa--hit the wrong satallite--now russia has opened missle silos--did you know they have missle named FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE ?
  4:26am
Julie:

uh oh Coalhard!
  4:29am
Julie:

Nah it was just gross
  4:30am
?:

the most challenging program on WFMU
  4:31am
Matt from Springfield:

Probably for the best. AND, this one is the red, black and white of your playlist.

Natalie! This was all over the airwaves in '97, this is probably one song of your show we BOTH heard when it first came out!
  4:31am
Julie:

Ha I know that's not a compliment.
  4:32am
Matt from Springfield:

Uh, ?, I could refer you off the top of my head to SEVERAL playlists more challenging to even hardcorde FMUers...
  4:33am
Julie:

I've never been one to shy away from a song I like because it was popular.
  4:37am
?:

more in a broad sense i mean. I am less intolerant now, probably a good thing so it's a compliment.
  4:38am
coalhard:

did anybody watch jeopardy tonite--the computer WATSON competed--(you can watch next two nights around 7:30)--the computer tied a human--FASINATING!!
  4:39am
Julie:

Then thank you, Question Mark!
  4:39am
Julie:

Once the computer tied the human, what did it do with him?
  4:41am
coalhard:

MADE HIM GO THE FUTURE IN THE NUDE SO HE COULD STOP THE PRICE IS RIGHT---kidding
  4:46am
Julie:

Kidding? And I SO believed you!
  4:49am
coalhard:

nasa stopped the pictures from the comet--some say they saw ufo--stopped transmission????--mystery that
  4:51am
Matt from Springfield:

Black Tape for a Blue Girl!
@CH: Try piping WFMU to those UFOs--we could use an extraterrestrial audience!
  4:51am
ausmanx:

i think NASA reads Julie's comments list, so they discovered Coal was watching and blocked the pictures just to piss him off. good evening, Miss Julie, sorry I'm late to school...
  4:52am
Julie:

Not to mention some of that extraterrestrial cash
  4:53am
Julie:

No worries, ausman, you'll have to catch up later
  4:54am
coalhard:

i don't get no respect why just the other day my wife said are you looking at the moon? i said no --so she turned around
  4:58am
Kostas:

hey Julie. Have I ever told you how much I love listening to your voice?
  4:59am
pierre:

Bonjour Julie thank you for the St. Valentine's Day Masochist.
Great voice like kostas says
  5:01am
Matt from Springfield:

Julie's Film Review for Guys: thanks for the Michelle Williams comment, LOL!
  5:02am
Julie:

Thanks guys (blush)
  5:04am
coalhard:

getting late--- my eiffel tower is leaning here on east coast-- us.
  5:05am
Julie:

AHEM TMI
  5:08am
Matt from Springfield:

Wow, original old-school Bacharach. I was surprised the 80s version by Naked Eyes wasn't the first.
  5:08am
Julie:

M e too! Love both.
  5:09am
pierre:

aarh i love this song. and this is my first time on dark night of the soul...
i'll definitevely come back, its 11.00 am in Paris
  5:10am
coalhard:

thanks julie--FANTASTIC SHOW--GOOD FRIENDS --LOVED IT!!!
  5:10am
pierre:

café and croissant !
  5:10am
Julie:

Bonjour, Pierre!
  5:11am
ausmanx:

as a proud Australian, may I please request no more Livvie. the best Australian version of this song was by a band called the Reels - very wonderful - if you can track it down some time...
  5:11am
pierre:

Bonjour Julie : )
(aaah… the voice)
  5:13am
Julie:

I haven't played Livvy in months! And I love her. So, sorry!
  5:15am
pierre:

i don't like to request much, so this is not one, but is Robin Macnamara's "Lay A Little Lovin' On Me" a perfect Valentine's song ?
  5:17am
Julie:

Now why did I just hear her name today? I don't really know that song, sorry.
  5:19am
Matt from Springfield:

I noticed I missed my guys, THE CHURCH in the first hour. "When You Were Mine" is a good Valentine's song, though I was thinking of "Someone Special" as the perfect Church song for today's show. Plus it has a good twangy-sitar like pedal effect on its guitar!
  5:21am
Julie:

I am just getting to know The Church, Matt
  5:23am
pierre:

there you can listen to it (carefull - its romantic) and dance like in that video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YjeSuQo3FC4
  5:24am
Matt from Springfield:

I remember you saying The Church was a "male vocal" band you were trying to get in to. I just sent you some of them! The WFMU library probably has their main releases (I know they have 2009's "Untitled #23") so I sent you stuff I got at their merch table!
  5:24am
Julie:

Yeah I'm going away from romance here..no happy love please!
  5:25am
Matt from Springfield:

WOW! Bananarama doing the SEX PISTOLS?! Most astonishing track of tonight!
  5:25am
Matt from Springfield:

Several FMU shows would probably love to play that one!
  5:27am
Julie:

Awesome isn't it!
  5:28am
Matt from Springfield:

Ah, the La's. Only one album from 1990, but this Liverpool band was pretty influential (note Sixpence None The Richer's cover of this. "There she blows" is a heroin ref, when asked why the Christian band would cover that, they replied that it's just a great song!)
  5:29am
Julie:

Oh I forgot about that cover! Will have to dig Sixpence out eventually :)
  5:30am
ausmanx:

The La's are the greatest one album band in musical history. And there's STILL talk that there will eventually be a second album... and it will be majestic.
  5:30am
Matt from Springfield:

And now this! This "cha-cha" version wouldn't have fit well into the existing Rubber Soul album, but it's an interesting choice of performance.
  5:32am
Julie:

Matt, we don't seem to HAVE the Rubber Soul album! I was crushed!
  5:34am
Matt from Springfield:

Bummers! I have a pretty good copy of RS on vinyl, but it's an original British pressing (i.e. the GOOD kind with the original tracks) so I can't donate that to you unless I find another!
  5:34am
dale:

sleepless upstate and no milk today is a great way to wake up.
  5:36am
coalhard:

hey guys i learn so much from your info--and hope it never stops --let julie have her fun
  5:39am
Julie:

Fun is nearly over, coal!
  5:41am
Matt from Springfield:

Fun is never over here, it is only hits "pause" for a week! (And with the Archives, even that's not necessary!)

Tragic Kingdom! Another contemporary album of mine.
  5:42am
Matt from Springfield:

And to those of you keeping track of Gwen's transformations, this is "original blonde" Gwen Stefani era!
  5:43am
ausmanx:

ah, there was one other awesome one album band to rival The La's... The Shop Assistants! and I Don't Wanna Be Friends With You would have been great on this show!
  5:44am
Julie:

Gwen is awesome. And she got Gavin.
  5:46am
coalhard:

is skynet here already-i'm goin back under my rock--there is a nice bolder across from me julie
  5:46am
Julie:

Frangry is obsessed with their offspring.
  5:46am
Matt from Springfield:

"Just A Girl" is from Tragic Kingdom--full of Blondie/early New Wave influence, highly rec for the show!
  5:47am
Julie:

There's a lot of great stuff on that album!
  5:49am
Matt from Springfield:

So Frangry's the obsessed one, then!

Bananarama sidetracked me earlier, but I just sent you CD-Rs of merch-table Church items I thought the station wouldn't have. One is a recent cover of "Hounds of Love" (in ref to The Moviegoers last week), and the other is "Isidore", a Steve Kilbey side project I thought "clicks" with the show well, so I thought you might like.
  5:50am
Julie:

Sweet! I've never gotten mail!
  5:52am
Matt from Springfield:

Not even after Clay "solicited" Valentines for you? ;)

If you're not familiar with The Church in general, I would rec "Remote Luxury" 1982, "Heyday" 1985, and "Starfish" 1988 (with "Under the Milky Way"! Used in Donny Darko).
  5:53am
Matt from Springfield:

LOVE STINKS! Everyone now, LOVE STINKS!
  5:53am
Julie:

Nope. I just have to see all of Joe Belock's mail! Boy he gets a lot.
  5:54am
Julie:

I put it off and put it off..and in the end..well...here ya go
  5:54am
Julie:

Thanks so much for tuning in guys! See ya next week!
  5:55am
Matt from Springfield:

Thanks Julie! Have a good day!
  5:56am
coalhard:

i'm off to bed ----don't you'all take this show for granite
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