Options Wm. Berger presents My Castle of Quiet: Playlist from July 13, 2012 Options

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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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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments Approx. start time
Fabio Frizzi & Giorgio Tucci  Zombie Theme   Options Zombie OST  Blackest Heart Media    CD    0:00:00 (Pop‑up)
Unsane  East Broadway   Options Visqueen  Ipecac  2008  CD  Closing theme to the French horror film The Pack; look for it on my top ten horror films of the year list! Released by Bloody Disgusting on DVD.  0:04:55 (Pop‑up)
Free Clinic  SWAN   Options split LP with Half Nelson  ?    LP    0:13:32 (Pop‑up)
Defeatist  Stench of Corpse + Maruta + Afflicted   Options Sharp Blade Sinks Deep Into Dull Minds  Willowtip  2009  CD    0:17:07 (Pop‑up)
Helcaraxë  To Plunder   Options Broadsword  Regimental Records  2009  CD    0:20:19 (Pop‑up)
Cerebrate  I   Options Cerebrate  Psychic Violence Records  2011  Cassette    0:22:12 (Pop‑up)
The Freeze  Won't Come Back Alive   Options Land of the Lost  Modern Method Records  1984  LP    0:25:22 (Pop‑up)
Shaved Women  Exorcism   Options Static 7" EP  Pass Judgement  2012  7"    0:28:05 (Pop‑up)
Arch Toll  Serpent Tail   Options Poisener  All Dead Tapes / Legion Blotan Records  2012  LP    0:29:46 (Pop‑up)
Agatus  Night Mares   Options Night Mares 7"  Necroterror Records  2011  7"  Greece  0:33:47 (Pop‑up)
Grafvolluth  Iron Broom   Options Long Live Death!  Regimental Records  2011  CD    0:36:56 (Pop‑up)
Sun Splitter  Carrion Eater   Options II  self-released  2010  CD-R  http://sun-splitter.bandcamp.com/album/ii  0:50:12 (Pop‑up)
Heimat  Oerlug   Options Heem  Regimental Records  2012  CD  Belgium  1:00:51 (Pop‑up)
WOLD  Death Spiral   Options Working Together for Our Privacy  Profound Lore Records  2010  CD    1:05:22 (Pop‑up)
Moonknight  The Translucent Path   Options Ligeia  Rising Beast Recordings  2012  CD    1:20:14 (Pop‑up)
York Factory Complaint  Sufferings   Options Sufferings 3" CD  Robert & Leopold  2011  CD-R    1:30:41 (Pop‑up)
Shalocins  Scrapped Mold Pt. I   Options Scrapped Mold  DumpsterScore Home Recordings  2011  CD-R    1:46:43 (Pop‑up)
Death Factory  Manifestation Of Fear (3rd Version)   Options Machinen Unter Kontrolle  No Visible Scars Label  2012  CD    2:17:30 (Pop‑up)
Super Meat Boy  The Ballad of Lil' Slugger   Options         video game music; posted on YouTube.  2:32:09 (Pop‑up)
Super Meat Boy  World 2 - The Hospital   Options         video game music; posted on YouTube.  2:35:17 (Pop‑up)
The Binding of Isaac  Sacrificial   Options         video game music; posted on YouTube.  2:38:29 (Pop‑up)
NRIII  The Constant Struggle   Options Reticence.  Neon Doom Records  2012  CD    2:42:51 (Pop‑up)
Scott Walker  Jesse   Options The Drift  4AD  2006  CD    2:56:23 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

  12:11am jt:

Ok this Unsane track kills.
  12:26am r i s k y:

GO WILLIAM!!!!!!!!!
  12:36am r i s k y:

  12:41am r i s k y:

Your sister blown out in a wheelchair on acid with AIDS!
  1:09am huge pupils (Sean):

Leaving the meatlocker and entering the castle of quiet this WOLD is perfect right now!
  1:12am r i s k y:

Cheers sean!
  1:31am Rory:

Really good show tonight Wm., still an hour and a half to go. Keep it up!
  1:31am slugluv1313:

greetings Sir Wm.! pray tell, from what film is tonight's still? (which, btw, is perfect with the Moonknight piece)
  1:34am slugluv1313:

re: your top ten horror films -- this year's or last's? if the latter, where do you have it posted?
  1:37am shemp, the blind poet:

visions of electric. Noyama Shinagawa INCorporated, I am the blinds through which the igloo is shaped. I am the wave length through which all JELL-O is strained. BEHOLD Grape Jelly Turnip Powdered delight.

I once wrestled a tortoise on the beaches of your mind,
Where Icelandic Slugworths drank zombies from their own minds.
STAY OUT OF MY SLUSHIES and into the eve of my errors
my errors
my errors
mr errols.

ERROL FLYNN licked voraciously somnambulatiously the eggplanet of truth was the soft shoe which we tapped out to the one true vision of Shecky that was truth. Behold, there was an Ernest Borgnine Odinson to the bitter end. Here's looking at ya kiddo. Time to go surfing. Cheerio.
Avatar 1:41am Wm.:

The Pack will be on this year's list, still to come.... The still is from Mario Bava's Baron Blood; not the best Bava, but Elke Sommer does provide some sweet eyeball candy, despite her many horrible crocheted outfits!

My movie list for 2011 was on Beware of The Blog, but folded into a post of other DJs' year-end lists, so you may have missed it. It's also up at my blog >>> my-castle-of-quiet.blogspot.com...
  2:14am Rory:

Really great filth-noise!
  2:25am Sara:

Shaved women are so mediocre. sorry. Really good show though
Avatar 2:38am Wm.:

Sara, you certainly have a right to your opinion; obviously, I disagree.... And don't get me started on mediocrity; there's many a celebrated artist that I find appallingly mediocre, particularly all the indie-pop / rock crap like, oh, Jay Reatard for example.
Avatar 2:41am Wm.:

Times New Viking, Thee Oh Sees, I could go on—are these bands really so great?!?
Avatar 2:42am Wm.:

...glad you like the show, SW excepted....
  2:43am Sara:

Jay Reatard is lame surely. But if that's their best track, I hope they practice more. Thanks for doing the show!
  2:46am Ike:

I like this.
  2:46am Rory:

Why do people always limit music. Music can be mediocre, it can be anything.
  2:47am slugluv1313:

awesome, Wm., THANK YOU!!!! now to track down all these gems!
i have this vague recollection of "Shriek of the Mutilated" -- perhaps was playing at a local drive-in when i was a kid? never got to see "Snuff" but i totally remember those ads! :)
and i had no idea that Roberta Findlay made a film about Shauna Grant! OR that Michael Findlay was sliced-and-diced to death on the Pan-Am building (although that MUST have been on the news when it happened) again, THANK YOU for your most splendidly *educational* show!
  2:48am Rory:

Daniel Johnston strummed an untuned guitar and dammit he did it with alot of heart and soul in it.
Avatar 2:50am Wm.:

Daniel Johnston wrote GREAT songs, and probably still does. I never once considered him mediocre. But a lot of these newer pop-rock bands are just doing so-so bunk, and receiving accolades.
Avatar 2:51am Wm.:

There's so much GREAT music nowadays, I haven't time to investigate the middling stuff...
Avatar 2:56am Wm.:

There's room for all tastes on WFMU, fortunately for all of us, with our widely varying opinions on music. One person's "mediocre" is another person's "gold."
  2:57am Rory:

I used to think the same way sara did. listening to early Sonic Youth really had an impact on me as far what i thought music could be.
  2:59am slugluv1313:

where may one acquire a CD of "Ligeia"? not at Aquarius, have found cassette and downloads but no CD . . .
Avatar 2:59am Wm.:

And nowadays, Sonic Youth? Riding out their laurels, I'd say, but they were undeniably great and influential for a good, long time.
  3:03am slugluv1313:

re: mediocre music -- for years would hear all about some *great new artist(s)* -- only to be utterly underwhelmed when i would actually hear her/his/their stuff . . . and yeah, i TOTALLY agree with you about Sonic Youth -- were AMAZING back in early/mid-1980s!!!!!!!!!! "Death Valley '69 STILL remains an all-time favorite
  4:41am Wm.:

I really like "I Love Her All The Time." That song just kills me.
  12:31pm dw:

Another greatly enjoyed archive!! Shalocins, & NRIII,in particular, flickin the forked tongue my way (though much of the broadcast had me thrillin)!
  9:29am SiHV:

Listening, Monday morning, no hope.
  5:49pm SiHV:

Goddamn I am a sucker for WOLD.
  10:02pm SiHV:

Holy god, this Shalocins is fucking murderous.
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