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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 September 13, 2011: I Will Survive

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments New Approx. start time
Domina Noctis  Because The Night   Options Second Rose  MetalAgen Records  2008        0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Musica Nuda  I Will Survive   Options Musica Nuda  Radio Fandango  2004        0:04:15 (Pop‑up)
Eleanor  In Gloom   Options A Circle of Lament  Black listed RECORDS  2008        0:08:39 (Pop‑up)
Zeraphine  Louisa   Options Gothic Compilation Vol. 48            0:14:18 (Pop‑up)
Public Image Ltd.  Bad Life   Options This is What You Want, This is What You Get  Elektra  1984  LP      0:18:22 (Pop‑up)
Die Laughing  Nemesis   Options Gothic Divas  Cleopatra  2000        0:23:22 (Pop‑up)
ACWL  Olga   Options ACWL  ACWL  2000        0:27:55 (Pop‑up)
Miranda Sex Garden  Ever and Ever   Options Carnival of Souls  Cleopatra  2000        0:30:35 (Pop‑up)
Paul Williams  The Hell of It   Options Phantom of the Paradise (soundtrack)  A&M Records  1974        0:34:46 (Pop‑up)
Deadsy  Babes In Abyss   Options Gothic Spirits 6            0:38:28 (Pop‑up)
Curve  Clipped   Options Doppelganger    1999        0:41:40 (Pop‑up)
Subway To Sally  Minne   Options The Mediaeval Gothic Compilation            0:45:25 (Pop‑up)
Death in June  Carousel   Options Nada!    1985        0:48:22 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 






0:53:29 (Pop‑up)
Claudine Longet  Man in a Raincoat   Options Hello Hello - The Best of Claudine Longet  Rev-Ola          1:04:53 (Pop‑up)
Carole King  Been to Canaan   Options Rhymes & Reasons  Ode Records  1972        1:07:30 (Pop‑up)
Grace Darling  Iemanja   Options Grace Darling  C'est La Mort  1992        1:11:08 (Pop‑up)
Affinity  Mr. Joy   Options Affinity    1970        1:14:07 (Pop‑up)
Fiona Apple  The Child is Gone   Options Tidal  Sony  1996        1:19:08 (Pop‑up)
Emilie Simon  Small Town Boy   Options Session Acoustique OÜI FM    2012        1:23:18 (Pop‑up)
Regal Degal  Pretty Busy   Options Speckled Fruit  Roti  2011  LP    *   1:26:20 (Pop‑up)
Flasskvartetten with Nina Persson  Som Glas   Options Jag Ger Vad Som Helst for Lite Solksken  MVG Records  1998        1:29:34 (Pop‑up)
WIthin Temptation  Hand of Sorrow   Options The Heart of Everything  Gun Records  2007        1:34:58 (Pop‑up)
Dark Orange  Aurora Australis   Options The Garden of Poseidon  Hyperium  1993        1:40:29 (Pop‑up)
Lost Desert  Conversation   Options Lost Desert / Spleen Ideal -- Conversation  Domestica  2017        1:47:28 (Pop‑up)
Neil Halstead  Phantasmagoria In Two   Options Sing a Song: Tribute to Tim Buckley  Manifesto Records  2000        1:50:33 (Pop‑up)
Nick Drake  Things Behind the Sun   Options Pink Moon  Island  1972        1:55:06 (Pop‑up)
Vox  Kyrie Eleyson   Options Miroque Vol. III  Sub Terranean  1998        1:59:03 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
Nanase Hikaru 

jibrille-silent mourning   Options

Angel Sanctuary OST 






2:01:18 (Pop‑up)
Nisi Period  Motion of Complexity   Options Soon the Love Balloon Will Pop  RRRecords  1992  LP      2:12:21 (Pop‑up)
The Moody Blues  Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood   Options Days of Future Passed (Deluxe Edition)  Sanctuary Records          2:14:29 (Pop‑up)
Jefferson Airplane  Lather   Options Crown of Creation  RCA  1968        2:16:34 (Pop‑up)
Nena  At the Movies   Options It's All In The Game (reissue)  EPIC  1985    bonus track    2:19:26 (Pop‑up)
The Kinks  Groovy Movies   Options Village Green Preservation Society - Special Deluxe Edition  Sanctuary          2:22:21 (Pop‑up)
The Soft Boys  I Wanna Destroy You   Options I Wanna Destroy You  Armageddon  1980        2:24:53 (Pop‑up)
Janis Ian  Society's Child   Options Janis Ian  Verve Forecast  1967        2:27:42 (Pop‑up)
Harpsicorpse  Nekromateria   Options Suite for Harpsichord  Zhark International  2011  LP    *   2:30:53 (Pop‑up)
T. Rex  Chrome Sitar   Options Bolan's Zip Gun  T. Rex  1975        2:33:01 (Pop‑up)
The Beach Boys  Good Vibrations   Options Smiley Smile  Capital  1967        2:36:06 (Pop‑up)
Pink Floyd  Bike   Options Piper at the Gates of Dawn  Columbia  1967        2:40:10 (Pop‑up)
The Easybeats  Friday on My Mind   Options Friday on My Mind  United Artists  1966  LP      2:43:03 (Pop‑up)
The Rolling Stones  Paint It Black   Options Singles Collection The London Years            2:45:49 (Pop‑up)
The Cherry Pops  Immer Mehr   Options Wolken Zucker Himmel  New Lifeshark  2011      *   2:49:26 (Pop‑up)
The Cramps  God Damn Rock & Roll   Options Stay Sick!  Enigma Records  1990        2:53:11 (Pop‑up)

Music behind DJ:
The Smiths 

How Soon is Now (loop)   Options







2:57:35 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  3:04am listener mark:

good evening or good morning, Julie
  3:04am other david:

Good night/morning Julie and listeners :)

Tail end of Katia zipped by, beautiful bright & cool morning here

*puts on some coffee*
  3:06am fred:

Good morning Julie, Mark and David!
I'm only dropping by for six minutes or so... We'll see how long these last today
  3:07am T-Zero:

@other david: Were the winds as bad as the media kept saying they would be?
  3:10am other david:

T-Zero, not here - but I'm near the east coast of Ireland, so was pretty sheltered - west coast looked rough, a few thousand people lost power, trees down, but nothing unusual
  3:10am fred von helsing:

Good morning, all. This is your emergency reserve fred, ready to fill in.
  3:11am Julie:

Hey there folks! It's like 100 degrees in here..I'm a little slomo
  3:11am T-Zero:

@other david: Hope the power has returned, or returns quickly. I was wondering because media were saying Northern Scotland would be hit with 80mph winds.
  3:12am T-Zero:

Damn! Julie. Why so hot?
  3:13am Julie:

I guess Dum Dum had a fire burning
  3:14am Julie:

Was Bodah breaking records? There's like vinyl pieces all over the floor
  3:14am T-Zero:

Thought maybe the gates of hell opened up for playing that Musica Nuda cover.

Yeah. He busted up a Hall and Oats album.
  3:14am maja:

yoho the more wind the more power i have. so i can join you all this
good morning!
  3:15am other david:

Damn, I never did send in that Damien Rice cd for Dan to smash... next time!
  3:16am Julie:

ah no love for the Musica Nuda?
  3:17am T-Zero:

Not from me, and I usually don't mind covers.
  3:17am other david:

@Julie - I enjoyed that :)
  3:17am Julie:

I had this urge to play that song, maybe I should have gone with the original
  3:19am T-Zero:

Perhaps, but it wouldn't really have fit with what you've played so far.
  3:21am T-Zero:

morning, maja. Are you the person who was digitizing artwork?
  3:21am Julie:

that's never stopped me before!
  3:22am T-Zero:

heh, true, true, Julie
  3:26am listener mark:

"I Will Survive" --- Men In Black II. --Frank (the dog) sings that song in the car. lol
  3:26am maja:

@t-zero, ? well sometimes i digitalize one of my paintings to put it on my website, but i don't think it's that what you mean. I live on a ship, windmill, suncollectord etc. no cables etc. Today wind and sun!
  3:27am fred:

Looks like I have an excuse to linger: trains are stopped for "security reasons" and my alternate subway route is also blocked because of "technical difficulties".
  3:27am Julie:

Oh dear, Fred..I have had days like that lately
  3:29am T-Zero:

Sorry, maja. I've been trying to remember what listner was working for a museum.

Living on a ship (houseboat)?
  3:29am fred von helsing:

Standing by
  3:29am fred:

I can imagine the weather then the 9/11 ceremonies made commuting complicated.
  3:30am fred von helsing:

The 911 ceremonies are starting to remind me of the air raid sirens in The Time Machine
  3:32am other david:

I liked that ACWL track a lot
  3:33am maja:

no t-zero it's a sailing fishcutter 101 years old

*she said proudly*
  3:34am T-Zero:

Wow, maja. Must be an interesting way to live.
  3:39am T-Zero:

@fred, People where I'm at were, shall we say, less than thrilled when some idiot thought it would be a good idea to sound the tornado/emergency warning sirens here for 911.
  3:40am Julie:

@T-Z I heard someone else say the same thing the other day..crazy!
  3:41am T-Zero:

It was really stupid, Julie. Scared all the old people half to death.
  3:43am Julie:

not just the old people I would think!
  3:45am T-Zero:

  3:47am ausmanx:

not the only idiocy in the 911 commemorations, i reckon... anyway, good evening miss julie and all; to more important matters, the primacy of Curve over Loop... which is preferable?
  3:47am fred von helsing:

@TZ My point is more like: Ritualistic forms to reinstill dread and obedience and to renew that semiconscious march to embrace authority and its abuses. There, I got that off my chest...
  3:49am fred:

Makes me wonder what could have gone through their minds to think sounding that alarm was a good idea. No luck so far
  3:51am T-Zero:

@fred: I think it left everyone dumbfounded.
  3:52am fred:

@fred: I think I know what you mean. We have a presidential election next year over here, and they started deploying military patrols in the streets and subway stations.
  3:54am fred von helsing:

Republic, meet Banana.
  3:54am T-Zero:

@fred von helsing: Yes, that's how I feel about the media and politicians treatment of the memorials, but the commemorations themselves don't bother me so much.
  3:57am ausmanx:

ah, all those prognoses of violence in the streets of the good ol' US of A may be coming true, then?
  4:03am Andrew:

does feel weird though, 10 years have passed since then? makes me feel old. I remember seeing it on TV & it was about 11.30 at night here? it was late night & I stayed up all night watching the live news. (i'm in Australia)
I'd like to live on a boat though.
  4:05am ausmanx:

yep, i saw it in australia too, and it was a tuesday night, and here i am still in the same place in the same job on a tuesday night! wasn't it supposed to change the world???
  4:08am fred von helsing:

@TZ Ah but that's the point: Repetition and repetition so that it all feels normal, and so does all the emotional and political and national security state baggage attached to it. Sort of like a Yankee version of the British monarchy, holding up the whole system, but if you kick away the keystone then all the rest falls down around it
  4:08am T-Zero:

@Julie. I'm not in the best of moods either. Was trying to sleep and couldn't. I always get cranky when tired or hungry. But the earlier part of the day wasn't bad. Sorry yours was.
  4:08am Andrew:

I know when I saw it (it started here just after the first plane hit, I was thinking oh 1 plane could be an accident, then the 2nd plane hit & I thought somethings up & then I thought they'd probably hit the Pentagon next, and they did, then I thought WW3 was going to start...well it's only been 10 years of limited war...so far.
I also still live in the same place...I did get a GF in between? That was a change.
  4:09am ausmanx:

any ideas how we kick away the keystone then, Fred?
  4:09am alberto:

love me some carole king!! thanks!
  4:10am Julie:

I'm feeling better now that I'm here but boy I was growly before
  4:10am abby in france:

hi!! andrew, does 'in between' mean you no longer have a girlfriend? i LOVE carole king....
  4:10am Julie:

and it's not from Tapestry!
  4:10am T-Zero:

Hearing Carol King reminds me of how I don't hear Phoebe Snow much any more either.
  4:11am Julie:

Didn't Phoebe die in the last year or so?
  4:11am Andrew:

Oh actually, yeh, the only thing that's differnet is the super security that's everywhere now. You take a photo of a plane & you're a terrorist, leave your bag on the ground & you get guys moving towards you.
And not being able to take nail clippers on a plane? O_O
This is a nice show too, nice music. ^_^

(this is weird, the math question adds up to 666 O_o)
  4:12am T-Zero:

@Julie, funny how music can be catharctic that way eh? :)
Yeah. Just a few months ago I think, Julie. Early summer or late spring.
  4:12am Andrew:

yes it does, but i still talk to her sometimes.
  4:13am John L:

Heard Carole King from the next room; for a second I thought it was Todd Rundgren.
  4:13am Julie:

Thank you, Andrew. What's a good Pheobe Song?
  4:14am Julie:

  4:14am fred:

@Julie: The very word "Tapestry" reminds me of a certain Kenny G show (while we're talking about traumatic events).
OK, I'll have to find some alternate-alternate route to get to work now. Next Fred up!
  4:15am fred von helsing:

@ausmanx 10 years of water under the bridge, and the new skyscrapers will open, it's past time for closure
  4:17am ausmanx:

sadly i don't think there's a lot of closure happening for iraqis and afghans...
  4:19am T-Zero:

Hmmm. I've always liked her first album with Harpo's Blues and Mercy Mercy Mercy or her Tossin and Turnin, Julie
  4:19am fred von helsing:

that's the truth. one more reason to bag it all.
  4:21am T-Zero:

I don't think I really have a favorite of hers.
  4:23am T-Zero:

BTW: I just checked. Phoebe died the end of April.
  4:25am fred von helsing:

The music is really working :) and Emilie rules
  4:26am Andrew:

I wonder if they'll have a 10th year thing for the Boxing Day tsunami from 5 or 6 years ago. Way more people died in that, yet you don't even really hear anything about it anymore.
I ws watching some episodes of the Ric burns documentary on NYC, it was interesting. It was in the 30s & 40s.
really nice music ^_^
  4:37am fred von helsing:

There's a vid of nina persson singing whole lotta love at an award ceremony, plant's in the audience, it's tremendous
  4:39am Julie:

Yes I've seen that!
  4:44am ausmanx:

assuming this track is in honour of your devoted Australian listeners. julie?
  4:44am Julie:

You're on to me
  4:50am other david:

Ahh I adore this Lost Desert track
  4:59am T-Zero:

Argh. I hate it when I'm trying to think of a name and it escapes me. Ever since Carole King was played and I mentioned Phoebe Snow I was trying to think of Janis Ian's name and it just now came to me.
  5:08am pierre:

Bonjour Julie !
public transport made me arrive late !
but here now checking in, enjoying myself
  5:09am Andrew:

Moliere? i want to see that movie. I love listening to your voice, it's soothing ^_^
  5:10am Andrew:

Hi Pierre, your ID was played earlier, it was good ^_^
  5:13am Matt from Springfield:

Good morning Julie!
Bonjour Pierre! I didn't hear your ID, but I'll go back and look for it!
  5:15am pierre:

@ andrew : =^_^=
(it was a work in progress, my train made me missed it ! darn, merci pour les archives)

@Julie: Bonjour, which Homonym were you speaking of ? (sorry my co-workers are making some noise…)
  5:16am Andrew:

I haven't heard this version by the Moody blues before, it is good ^_^
  5:16am Matt from Springfield:

Wow, MBs Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood. Bonus track? I don't think this was ever released.
  5:20am Matt from Springfield:

I looked up "miroque" on the Latin dictionary--it means "and the strange/amazing/wonderful..."
  5:21am Matt from Springfield:

Auf Englisch! I've never heard this version!
  5:22am Julie:

I think this was on the 99 red balloons record
  5:23am Andrew:

Nena?! wow, I have only heard one song by her. This show is awesome! ^_^
  5:23am Matt from Springfield:


Or in this case, "Mittenacht - Hor' ich an der Julie!"
  5:24am pierre:

yeah it is Andrew !
  5:25am Matt from Springfield:

@Andrew: A LOT more where that came from, Gabrielle "Nena" Kerner has a ton of great German and English songs from the 80s. I've loved her ever since I studied German.
  5:27am Julie:

She's never stopped recording
  5:27am Andrew:

I should go find some more Nena. I've heard these guys before too, not sure where.
  5:31am Matt from Springfield:

On a similar note, I've never heard anything else by Janis Ian besides "At Seventeen" so this is delightful, I love the harpsichord and other arrangements. I want to check more Janis out now!
  5:32am other david:

Gotta fly out folks, and will miss the last half hour :(

Really excellent show Julie - hope you're feeling better

Nice chatting to you all, later :)
  5:33am Matt from Springfield:

Catch you later, OD!

Harpsicorpse! Woo hoo!
  5:33am pierre:

@ Matt : i was about to say the same thing. It is like, since Julie payed, "amoureuse" by Olivia Newton John, i'm still listening to it, even though i'm not a ONJ fan of anything (barely know her) 's just i love the song.
  5:34am T-Zero:

Take care, other david.
  5:34am Andrew:

I haven't heard this song before!
I love T-Rex
  5:35am pierre:

see you around Other David
  5:35am pierre:

see you around Other David
  5:35am Andrew:

Cya later other david ^_^
  5:37am Matt from Springfield:

@pierre: This is the true ideal of the Internet--"networking" among other people!
  5:38am Andrew:

I love this song!
I got Pet Sounds not long ago, really good album
  5:39am Robert:

just tuned in. dang i've missed some good songs!
  5:39am abby in france:

going to see brian wilson tuesday, too bad it's not for smile....
  5:41am T-Zero:

re: Janis Ian. on the Between the Lines album (where 17 is from) I've always liked Tea and Sympathy and Lover's Lullaby.
  5:41am Matt from Springfield:

You're the kind of girl that fits into our world, Julie! :)

Syd at his best!
  5:42am pierre:

@Abby in France : Brian Wilson in France?
  5:42am abby in france:

yes pierre, are you going?
  5:43am Matt from Springfield:

@abby: That's great! I saw Brian Wilson about 5 years ago--Al Jardine joined him for the first half, singing classic Beach Boys. The second half was a faithful live performance of "Pet Sounds". Brian doesn't get out much so enjoy him whenever you can!
  5:44am abby in france:

i think it's just going to be gershwin, sad face, but who knows? i love the movie version of smile.
  5:44am pierre:

I love the Easybeats !
  5:45am Andrew:

friday on my mind! i was just telling my friend how i love this song. i played her she's so fine.
  5:45am Matt from Springfield:

Still out there, ausmanx? Here's another one to you!
I thought the Easybeats were British until I found out they're Aussie!
  5:45am Julie:

skippy vinyl!
  5:46am Matt from Springfield:

Thanks T-Zero, for the Janis recs.
@Julie: The best kind! Choosy Djs choose Skippy vinyl! (Now I feel like Clay...)
  5:46am Andrew:

nope, Aussie ^_^
(one of them is the father of Angus Young from AC/DC
  5:48am pierre:

unfortunately no Abby, althought i'd love to. But it's a bit expensive for me right now. Anyway, between Lucas, fred, Looms, you (abby), and i, we could start thinking about a french wfmu meet up some times ^^
  5:48am Julie:

it's kinda busy in here..so I'll say thanks for listening now!
  5:49am Matt from Springfield:

The older brother, actually, but thanks for pointing that out! No clue there was a link between the Easybeats and AC/DC!

  5:52am Matt from Springfield:

NEW German jangly rock??! Must...check out The Cherry Pops!!
  5:53am Andrew:

ah, I guess I thought they were father con, cos they easybeats were in the 60s & AC/DC mid/late 70s.

this 'Immer Mehr' song sounds like a cover of a song I've heard in english?

I saw looms on one of the other programs.

On a sort of random bit of trivia, Olivia Netwon John's brother is a doctor in my town. (or was)
  5:54am pierre:

The CRAMPS : love.
  5:58am Matt from Springfield:

Au revoir, Pierre!
Oui, merci pour les archives! (Et merci pour café :) )

Thanks Julie for a great show, have a good trip and we'll see you later! Have a great Tuesday everyone!
  5:59am pierre:

à bientôt Julie, merci beaucoup !!!!
  5:59am Andrew:

thanks for hosting the show, it's a good one, i will tune in next week ^_^
  5:59am pierre:

à très vite Matt
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