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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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Options July 19, 2011: The same hot night in Camden Town -- with Last July recorded live

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Donna Summer  On the Radio   Options The Journey: The Very Best of Donna Summer  Island Def Jam  1979    Originally on The Foxes soundtrack    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Balaam & The Angel  I Feel Love   Options Live Free or Die  Virgin  1988        0:04:23 (Pop‑up)
Reliquary  Destroy   Options Winter World  Final Joy  2006        0:10:11 (Pop‑up)
Norma Loy  Romance   Options Romance (EP)  New Wave Records, Stechak  1983        0:14:34 (Pop‑up)
Ali Slaight  Hey You   Options Pink Floyd Redux -- A New Music Experience  Zone 3  2006        0:18:11 (Pop‑up)
Pink Floyd  One of my Turns   Options The Wall  Columbia  1979  LP      0:24:12 (Pop‑up)
Scream  When I Rise   Options Banging the Drum  Dischord  1987  LP      0:27:45 (Pop‑up)
Lisa Germano  Geek the Girl   Options Geek the Girl  4AD  1994        0:31:14 (Pop‑up)
Three Dog Night  One Man Band   Options Naturally  Dunhill  1970  LP      0:34:57 (Pop‑up)
An April March  Scarlett Bliss   Options Impatiens  Carnival Recordings  1993        0:37:49 (Pop‑up)
Miranda Sex Garden  Are You The One?   Options Carnival of Souls  Cleopatra  2000        0:42:41 (Pop‑up)
Holy Orange  Morella   Options Godfathers of German Gothic vol. 3            0:47:07 (Pop‑up)
Evanescence  Imaginary   Options Fallen  Wind-up Records  2003        0:50:14 (Pop‑up)
Screen Vinyl Image  New Visions   Options Siberian Eclipse 7"  Fan Death  2011  7"    *   0:54:33 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 






0:59:26 (Pop‑up)
Last July live in Camden

Last July  Autumn   Options Live from the Camden Purple Turtle    2011        1:06:50 (Pop‑up)
Last July  A True Story of a Lie   Options Live from the Camden Purple Turtle    2011        1:10:08 (Pop‑up)
Last July  Glamorous Parasite   Options Live from the Camden Purple Turtle    2011        1:13:41 (Pop‑up)
Last July  Headhunter   Options Live from the Camden Purple Turtle    2011        1:18:23 (Pop‑up)
Last July  Muses   Options Live from the Camden Purple Turtle    2011        1:22:25 (Pop‑up)
Last July  Nothing Else But You   Options Live from the Camden Purple Turtle    2011        1:27:26 (Pop‑up)
Last July  Steal You Away   Options Live from the Camden Purple Turtle    2011        1:31:36 (Pop‑up)
Last July  Journeys   Options Nothing Else But You EP  Last July  2010        1:36:25 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 






1:41:33 (Pop‑up)
The Razor Skyline  American Tragedy   Options The Bitter Well  Cop International  2003        1:44:23 (Pop‑up)
Kiss the Anus of a Black Cat  Firesky   Options An Interlude to the Outermost  K-Raa-K  2007        1:48:05 (Pop‑up)
Jefferson Airplane  Crazy Miranda   Options Bark  Grunt  1971  LP      1:53:22 (Pop‑up)
The Cake  Introverted Extrovert   Options More of The Cake Please  Rev-Ola  1968        1:56:42 (Pop‑up)
Tori Amos  Bonnie & Clyde '97   Options Strange Little Girls  Atlantic  2001        1:59:07 (Pop‑up)
Heather Nova  Bare   Options Glow Stars  Big Life Records  1993        2:05:59 (Pop‑up)
Marissa Nadler  baby i will leave you in the morning   Options Marissa Nadler  Box of Cedar  2011      *   2:09:24 (Pop‑up)
Altered Images  Faithless   Options Happy Birthday  Epic  1981        2:13:29 (Pop‑up)
Olivia Newton-John  Amoureuse   Options Let Me Be There  Festival  1973        2:17:07 (Pop‑up)
Spinefish  Fool's Paradise Revisited   Options United Gothic Underground Vol. 4            2:20:42 (Pop‑up)
Emilie Simon  The Frozen World   Options La Marche de l'empereur OST    2005        2:23:58 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 






2:28:08 (Pop‑up)
Cinema Red and Blue  Ghost Confessions   Options Cinema Red and Blue  What's Your Rupture?  2010        2:34:16 (Pop‑up)
Metal Boys  Carnival   Options So Young But So Cold: Underground French Music 1977-1983  Tigersushi          2:36:36 (Pop‑up)
Herman's Hermits starring Peter Noone  White Wedding   Options When Pigs Fly    2002        2:38:21 (Pop‑up)
Akmenu Darzs  Vel Isu Bridi   Options Vai patiesi vel gaidi?  Stone Records  2001        2:42:49 (Pop‑up)
Camel  Manic   Options The Single Factor  Decca  1982        2:47:57 (Pop‑up)
Abe Vigoda  Endless Sleeper   Options Skeleton  Post Present Medium  2008        2:52:15 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
The Smiths 

How Soon is Now? (loop)   Options







2:56:13 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:02am david from ks.:

,,,from kool to kool
  3:03am Tiny Tim:

Camden Town -- my old limping ground!
  3:04am Julie:

Hi there David.
  3:05am Julie:

Hi Tim!
  3:06am david from ks.:

,,,,whhhooaa on the F**kin Radio,,,yeh
  3:06am listener mark:

five points plus twenty per cent differential for night shift, for a total of six points !
  3:09am listener mark:

The difference between grape juice and grape drink, grape juice is made from grapes, grape drink is made from water, sugar, and purple.
  3:10am Secret:

But soylent green is just purple.
  3:14am Sam:

It's green and it's purple. They go well together.
  3:14am david from ks.:

,,,Hello Ms. D.J.J,,,,,,I luv Yer Show,,,,,I went through yer archives and was pleasantly surprized with what i found,,,,,,d
  3:14am Julie:

@David thank you! It is highly unpredictable though!
  3:17am Sam:

I love yer show too, I love how dark it is.
  3:18am listener mark:

I predict great music.
  3:19am fred von helsing:

Mornin'! Today's theme is... Romance?
  3:21am other david:

Morning all! This is a perfect start to the morning
  3:21am Julie:

there really isn't a theme! Not throughout anyway
  3:26am maja:

  3:31am fred von helsing:

So the theme is... semirandom Juliematic? :)
  3:32am Julie:

yes I suppose so!
  3:41am Sam:

But maybe romance is a big part of that de toute façon
  3:41am jaycjay:

One of my favorite things in life is that I used to know Lisa Germano, back in the 80s. One of my least favorite is that I no longer do
  3:41am fred von helsing:

"AN April March", not to be confused with THE April March? This is good stuff :)
  3:42am Julie:

@Fred indeed quite different!
  3:43am fred von helsing:

Nnmmmm... façon, rhymes with baçon...
  3:45am david from ks.:

  3:46am Julie:

There is trainwreck love for all!
  3:46am david from ks.:

,,,,thatz it im stayin up all nite
  3:49am jaycjay:

Trainwreck love? Is there any other kind?
  3:49am fred von helsing:

What about demolition derby love?
  3:50am hamburger / london:

rollercoaster! tugboat! tractor!
  3:56am Julie:

Segway love!
  3:58am other david:

Oooo I do like this Screen Vinyl Image track
  4:02am maja:

compact soundwall, that new visions, nice.
  4:03am fred von helsing:

What woman wouldn't want to be compared to a tugboat or a tractor?? But rrollerrcoasterr sounds dangerously hyperrrromantic :)
  4:06am david from ks.:

,,,,Love zat BeautifulBeautifulBeat-KeepinBirdKeepinThatStuffMoovin
  4:07am jaycjay:

Foxes trailer:
And... it is on DVD. Amazon has it.
  4:08am jaycjay:

Ah, Netflix also has it, but DVD only, no streaming currently.
  4:09am david from ks.:

,,,,,MMMEEEELLLIKEEE,,,,oooyeh thatz LIVE!!
  4:12am Matt from Springfield:

Hi Julie!
Great stereo mix for Last July! And the photo of the Purple Turtle (that maroon-magenta! I must find the RGB code for it!)
  4:13am Julie:

@Matt glad you approve..I had a friend work tirelessly on it!
  4:16am Matt from Springfield:

Wonderful thing, a good audio mix. And yes, ALL of my lights are off for this music! Just this monitor!!
  4:19am other david:

Yep recording sounds great

I think waking up to goth suits my general early morning mood perfectly :)
  4:20am Julie:

@OD start your day dancing in the dark
  4:20am Sam:

Me too! Although it is daylight here. But it's rainy and dark-soulish outside.
  4:21am Julie:

@Sam are you in the UK?
  4:21am pierre:

Bonjour Julie !
How are you, did you rest a little bit after the Clay Vs Fabio ?
(Bonjour listeners, for those who didn't listen the last "Strength trough failure" featured the best dj battle referee in a long time…)
  4:22am Julie:

Bonjour Pierre! We were all wiped out, that's for sure!
  4:23am Matt from Springfield:

Me three other david! I am NOT a morning person...something between Bauhaus, Children of Bodom and Dead Kennedys for me! :)
  4:24am other david:

Sam, same as I'm in Ireland. This would be even better in the dark winter mornings... granted it's bloody grim here today anyway
  4:26am Julie:

Bloody Grim..that's a good show title
  4:26am Matt from Springfield:

Bonjour Pierre! That was a great DJ battle! They tried to veto Julie's records, but she had a lot of commenters to back her up!
  4:28am Julie:

I was liking that so much I nearly started to clap
  4:29am fred von helsing:

DJ Battle http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/41096
  4:29am Julie:

but um don't go now :)
  4:30am Matt from Springfield:

I like Bloody Grim. And a "dark-soulish morning", I know those!

This is a good soundtrack for waking up--I don't listen to the death metal first thing waking up, but if you scream for me to get out of bed, my reaction would be the growl! :)
  4:32am pierre:

(Julie, your tracks had the right to be there - during battle - as any of Fabio's or Clay's…)
  4:33am other david:

Matt that list sounds just about right to me :D

Just add in a copious amount of coffee !

Now I'm knocking around idea's for a gritty show called Bloody Grim, featuring goths as private detectives, their HQ shall be above a Purple Turtle.
  4:33am Sam:

I'm in Paris. Bonjour Pierre.
  4:33am Julie:

Bloody & Grim, goth detectives
  4:37am Matt from Springfield:

@pierre: Julie had a fewer songs this time, but a total almost as high--they wanted the attention on themselves! Settling scores from last time! :)

@david: Sounds cool, someday I might be pleasantly surprised to see that on PBS or BBC America!
  4:38am other david:

"Bloody, we've just got a report that a consignment of white facial cream foundation has been stolen in transit..."
"Damnit, Grim! How can this happen again, let's roll!"

*they hop out the fire escape and into their funeral hearse, driving to the crime scene*
  4:39am pierre:

Salut Sam !

@ Matt : It is only fair that Julie get to play music, on a soccer pitch, the referee is on the field just like the teams…
  4:40am other david:

Also, on a less of a tangent I liked that set by Last July :)
  4:40am Julie:

@OD Yay!
  4:41am Tim Serpas:

Yup, gonna send a link to the playlist to my gothfriends.
  4:41am Matt from Springfield:

@pierre I'm glad that you (and others on this board) were insisting on fairness that day! That said everyone brought fun music in--those battles are exhausting, but great to do occasionally.
  4:41am Julie:

the donna summer might scare them away!
  4:42am Julie:

I think overall the music was better this time, they weren't trying to out-bad each other like last time
  4:42am Matt from Springfield:

@david: YES!! You got it!!
And the show "Bloody & Grim" can also earn a cult reputation for playing newer goth bands in the soundtrack, like Last July!
  4:44am jaycjay:

Yeah, that's a good point. There was at least a period that first time where the goal became trying to top how bad the last selection was, which can be a little funny very briefly but quickly... well, you don't want to hear it. Because it's bad. But that didn't happen last time around. "A" games all around.
  4:46am david from ks.:

  4:46am Matt from Springfield:

Thank you from all of us listeners, Sean!

@JCJ: For example, Clay played "Proud to be an American", predictably getting a lot of negative points! It was funny reading those comments!
  4:46am Sam:

Heavy rain here today and high only 65 F
  4:47am pierre:

thank you for that recording Julie
  4:47am Bas, NL:

Listening in and enjoying the show thoroughly from my workplace!
  4:47am Julie:

@Sam I'll trade it's in the 90s here. I do not like the hot sun.
  4:50am Matt from Springfield:

Morning Bas! Glad to see so many across the pond in Europe listen at work just like I do in the States!

Though I'm up early for this--the timestamp you see is actually my time NOW!
  4:52am Matt from Springfield:

This is a good band, just a bit awkward though to say you like "Kiss The Anus Of A Black Cat"!
  4:53am jaycjay:

Heh. "Awkward" is putting it mildly!
  4:55am other david:

Yeah, it's a nice track... and the name - not one you're going to forget!
  4:55am fred von helsing:

Bark is such a cool album
  4:56am Julie:

YES! I keep finding new (old) Airplane records
  4:56am fred von helsing:

is turntable 2 still possessed by evil demons?
  4:57am Julie:

Hmmm funny that you knew it was turntable 2
  4:58am fred von helsing:

  5:00am Bas, NL:

@Matt f S: Good morning Matt! You're an early worker!!!
  5:00am Matt from Springfield:

Great 60s stuff, Jefferson and the Cake!
  5:01am Matt from Springfield:

Whoa--Tori doing EMINEM's Bonnie & Clyde '97??!!
THIS is why we have, this is why we need, WFMU! Obscure but great choice Julie!
  5:01am listener mark:

Turntable number two has a cover to control the evil spirits. Turntables one and three do not have covers.
  5:02am Julie:

oh so that's why we have that!
  5:02am david from ks.:

,,just a bad thought returned,,,i still remember 22degress below zero here in ks in late feb,,,it was the first time the weather got my full and total attention,,,,global freezing is our main concern,,,,Our Only hope is the revitalization of our over acidfied soil and the planting of fast growing trees,,,,itz so much later than we think,,,,,,, i do honestly believe,,,,,,time is short.
  5:02am Julie:

@Matt the only version I've ever heard
  5:04am fred von helsing:

Perhaps the TT2 spirits are trapped and yearn to roam the station freely. For some strange reason this suggests the possibility of an all-8-track show...
  5:04am Matt from Springfield:

@Bas: I actually just woke up at home--but other shows here I listen to on earbuds at work, sometimes in the morning but usually 3-6.
  5:04am Julie:

the turntable spirits keep me company here in the middle of the night...I think they come and visit Dum Dum
  5:05am pierre:

i'm a bit frightened… O_O
  5:06am Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: This version is certainly fitting for the show, and you can appreciate the lyrics better this way.
  5:06am jaycjay:

Add me to the list: the only version of this I've ever heard.
  5:07am listener mark:

Dum Dum is dum dum.
  5:07am jaycjay:

I mean, I know it's his song, but never listened to that whole album.
  5:08am Julie:

I think her version is creepy as hell, no idea what his is like.
  5:09am Julie:

  5:09am fred von helsing:

But a Dum Dum Girl is a Dum Dum Girl
  5:09am pierre:

yeah that's it : Creepy !
(if i remember right, his version is angry as hell, but not sure…)
  5:11am jaycjay:

@pierre, certainly what I'd expect.
  5:12am Matt from Springfield:

The orchestrations on Tori's give it a better atmosphere--Eminem rapped it, mixed in with actual vocals from Hayley.

I just had to look up when her daughter Tosh was born--2000, less than a year before that release. Imagine Tori singing her baby to sleep with that song! ;)
  5:14am pierre:

brrrrrr… cold feeling down my spine.
  5:15am Matt from Springfield:

@pierre: That means the show's working! Just keep taking it for another 45 minutes, and you'll feel sufficiently dark for the week :)
  5:16am Matt from Springfield:

Oooh, Altered Images again! Is this a personal record of yours, or is it at the station?
  5:16am fred von helsing:

This AI singer sounds like the gal that fronted Frostiva
  5:17am jaycjay:

Dark Week of the Soul.
  5:17am Julie:

Mine, we don't seem to have Happy birthday here
  5:17am Julie:

hmm frostiva..may have to look them up
  5:18am fred von helsing:

Frostiva, it's hard to find their stuff, I can post a coupla trax
  5:19am other david:

Excellent set, love the Altered Images track.

The music may be dark on the show, but it gives me a warm fuzzy feeling. Must see a doctor about that.
  5:20am Julie:

You can also get that feeling by eating a box of q-tips
  5:22am Matt from Springfield:

Normally I'm not crazy about Olivia as you are, but "Amoreuse" is a GREAT one! All the way back in '73 too! Good arrangements, chords similar to "Angie".
  5:22am other david:

Julie, eek - know from experience? :P
  5:22am pierre:

(don't want to bother anybody with my french, but wouldn't that be "Amoureuse" ?)

This is why i love your show Julie, i'd never find this to listen to, but i just tune in, and lot of melodies enter into my ear, some of them works on me a lot.
  5:23am listener mark:

Julie needs a sidekick.
  5:23am pierre:

so agreed with Matt on this ONJ track
  5:24am Julie:

@Pierre I have a feeling it's not..I think it's that way on the record, but I don't have the package with me
  5:25am Matt from Springfield:

@pierre: That's why I love a lot of shows here--and the commenters too--it's all part of an exchange of ideas. You don't know what will strike your fancy, but you listen to someone else's music and learn new things. You can also refer others to things you know about and learn new things from other commenters. It's a community here!
  5:26am fred von helsing:

Frostiva: Eros
Frostiva: Pathos
Emilie !! :-D
  5:27am Julie:

@Fred thank you! will check em out when I'm home
  5:28am other david:

@Matt: well said :)
  5:29am psmith the butler:

didn't even know Livvy had done Amoreuse, I only know the Kiki Dee and the Helen Reddy! more education...
  5:29am listener mark:

  5:30am other david:

That was a brilliant set
  5:30am pierre:

@ Matt : yes, i feel like its a family, glad and proud to be part of it.
  5:31am Sam:

You can fit a lot of music in a movie like that because the penguins have very little dialogue
  5:34am fred von helsing:

Electrelane was gonna play Hellsinki and they had to cancel. Me sad. However we do have very musical penguins here.
  5:37am other david:

I just started listening to Electrelane a week or two before they reformed, normally it happens the other way around with me - so it was a nice surprise!

No dates in Ireland yet and can't afford to wander over to England to see them :(
  5:37am jaycjay:

@pierre and matt, so true! I regret that for long I listened to WFMU over the airwaves. I knew the comment boards existed but never checked them out until changing my home office around and starting to rely on streaming instead of the radio... so found out what I'd been missing.
  5:37am Julie:

@OD thank you!
  5:40am Matt from Springfield:

So young, but so cold. That's an interesting form of electronic music--I can't really compare it to anything else.

Glad as well to have pierre, other david and jaycjay in the community!
  5:42am Julie:

it's "coldwave"
  5:42am Matt from Springfield:

Peter Noone doing "White Wedding"--he's got an accent for it, but this is borderline Golden Throats material!

He already kind of did that with a 1971 solo release of Bowie's "Oh! You Pretty Things"
  5:42am listener mark:

Thank you, Julie. A great ride through the night.
  5:43am Julie:

Thanks Mark!
  5:43am Matt from Springfield:

Noone replaced Bowie's line "The Earth is a bitch" with "The Earth is a beast", in a performance that NME editors Roy Carr and Charles Shaar Murray called "one of rock and roll's most outstanding examples of a singer failing to achieve any degree of empathy whatsoever with the mood and content of a lyric".
  5:44am Matt from Springfield:

@Julie: "Coldwave"--that works. I guess that was primarily a European thing?
  5:44am Julie:

yes, and in particular French
  5:45am pierre:

: )

the wave is Cold in here, indeed.
  5:47am Matt from Springfield:

@pierre: Yoko says: "Don't Count The Waves" !
Check out that one, pierre. Amazing vocals and guitaring. Very noisy but it works!
  5:49am Matt from Springfield:

Ah, Akmenu is Latvian--I was thinking Georgian, or some former Soviet republic.

You seem to be finding quite a bit of great Baltic (Lithuanian/Latvian) music for the show!
  5:50am Julie:

I like music from countries I know nothing about :)
  5:55am Julie:

Thank you guys sooo much for tuning in. Hope you enjoyed my little mishmash today!
  5:56am fred von helsing:

Baltic? Finland! Angelica Kult! Dark to the max! http://dl.dropbox.com/u/367739/Angelica%20Kult%20-%20Mirror.mp3
  5:57am fred von helsing:

Another darkeriffic show, Mlle. DJ !!
  5:57am other david:

It was a great show Julie, perfect start to my day. Thank you!
Already looking forward to next week :)
  5:57am david from ks.:

,,,,Ms. J You did a very good show ,,,,,very good!,,,d
  5:57am Matt from Springfield:

It's already over! But we thank you for it--I always enjoy your Juliematic™ Mishmash!

Have a great Tuesday everyone!
  5:58am other david:

you too matt
  5:58am jaycjay:

Thanks Julie, as always! And good darknight all.
  5:59am david from ks.:

,,,,,,and also 2 u M
  2:48pm Van:

Great show Julie - thanks! Last July was great!
  5:52pm Marmalade kitty:

Aww shucks sorry I missed the live show today Julie! Looking good! catching archive is second best.. mustn't groooumble! :)
  6:35am Nevla (Last July):

Thanks for your hard work on the live set - it sounds great. A little too great, i can hear every little guitar mistake i played! It was a VERY hot and sweaty night though, and i dont think anyone really noticed! :D
Thanks again Julie
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