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Options August 15, 2013: #198 Tarred & Feathered - Fill-in for DKFM

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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)
R. Stevie Moore  Fatty   Options Hear Lies  www.rsteviemoore.com  2006  CD-R    0:06:11 (Pop‑up)
Killing Joke  Black Moon   Options Pandemonium    1994  CD    0:13:28 (Pop‑up)
Dethklok  Awaken   Options The Dethalbum  Williams Street    CD    0:18:16 (Pop‑up)
Surachai  Ancestral   Options Embraced        http://surachai.bandcamp.com/  0:21:50 (Pop‑up)
Ash Borer  Oblivion's Spring   Options Bloodlands  Gilead Media  2013  12"    0:36:55 (Pop‑up)
Gnus  Cut Their Throats   Options Cut Their Throats  self-released  2013  MP3  free d/l: http://gnus1.bandcamp.com/album/cut-their-throats Bosnia-Herzegovina  0:48:37 (Pop‑up)
Putamen Insula  Les asticots de la liberté   Options Souriez      Cassette    1:00:28 (Pop‑up)
Nunripper  Molestator of the Heavens   Options Molestator of the Heavens Demo II  self-released  2013  CD-R  3" CDr - also on cassette  1:05:42 (Pop‑up)
Raspberry Bulbs  When A Lie Becomes The Truth   Options Deformed Worship  B.E.B.  2013  LP    1:07:15 (Pop‑up)
Philip H. Amselmo & Warbeast  Birth of A Psycho   Options War of the Gargantuas  Housecore        1:13:33 (Pop‑up)
Psychic Limb  1, 2, 12   Options Jamaica    2013      1:19:10 (Pop‑up)
The Atrocity Exhibit  In Love With Extinction   Options What Time The Hidden Death?      MP3  http://theatrocityexhibit.bandcamp.com/album/what-time-the-hidden-death  1:21:21 (Pop‑up)
Banewreaker  Treasonous   Options Banewreaker        http://banewreaker.bandcamp.com/  1:22:53 (Pop‑up)
Amon Düül  Shattering & Fading (Flattermanner)   Options Singvogel Ruckwarts & Co.  Metronome  1969  CD    1:36:45 (Pop‑up)
Vangelis  track 9   Options Sex Power OST          1:41:11 (Pop‑up)
Bran (...) Pos  Lioness   Options Den of Ordure and Iridescence  Resipiscent  2013  LP    1:48:32 (Pop‑up)
Cliff Martinez  Wanna Fight   Options Only God Forgives OST      LP box set    2:03:12 (Pop‑up)
Drew Bolduc  Romance (Remembered)   Options The Taint Soundtrack      MP3  http://www.taintmovie.com/  2:07:58 (Pop‑up)
Linea Aspera  Attica   Options           2:15:31 (Pop‑up)
Noyade  Je Grossis   Options Noyade  self-released    Cassette  with J. Tremblay of Verglas & Putamen Insula  2:18:45 (Pop‑up)
Be Bop Deluxe  Sister Seagull   Options Raiding the Divine Archive  Harvest  1990  CD    2:22:34 (Pop‑up)
Krokodil - Solo Dude Dürst  The Sound of Sunshine   Options Solo Dude Dürst          2:26:18 (Pop‑up)
Missus Beastly  Paranoidl   Options Missus Beastly        Dieter Dierks prod.  2:43:03 (Pop‑up)
Hans Werner Henze  Young Torless [excerpt]   Options Young Torless OST          2:50:45 (Pop‑up)

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Listener comments!

Avatar 12:01pm Cecile:

  12:01pm common:

yea! Zombie!!!
Avatar 12:02pm Sem Chumbo:

Ready to be horrified. Let's go.
Avatar 12:04pm Droll:

A surprise! It's my old friend Wm.... So we "walk once more in our great work". Good to see you.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm fred:

Good afternoon William, what a nice surprise!
  12:05pm r i s k y:

Wm!!! Yeah!
Avatar 12:06pm spodiodi:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:07pm Luna:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:09pm Chris from LI:

Now this is a lovely surprise!
Avatar 12:10pm Cheri Pi:

The castle sees the light of day! Coworkers bewarned, staplers will fly.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13pm sinister dexter:

Avatar 12:13pm crateslinger:

Yay! Let's see what Mr. Berger has been up to. So far, some pretty deep stuff.
  12:13pm common:

well, that r. stevie moore was perfect. and followed by killing joke. nice.
  12:18pm Marie:

Hi William. I never heard Killing JOke before. I expected them to be rawer, more kinda voilent. Love the pic. I just got a young (1 year) black cat and decided to call him Wlliam. It seemed to fit, he is kind of quiet and seemingly thoughtful and smart. Great show.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:20pm sinister dexter:

woohoo! Deathklok!
Avatar 12:21pm Cheri Pi:

That's great news about your new cat Marie!
Avatar 12:21pm William:

Killing Joke are all over the map, with a discography dating back to the early 80s. Lots of tracks "harder" than that one I just played. William is a good name for anything, and that's me - "seemingly" thoughtful and smart. For sure.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:23pm fleep:

Nothing like a little chamber music to start the day.
Avatar 12:24pm Cheri Pi:

Clicky star to this.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26pm Luna:

And, you can abbreviate William to WM, which is right up there with Lefties.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27pm Andrew Waterloo:

I think I just chased my colleague out of the building.
  12:28pm Marie:

@ Cheri Pi--Thank you! Yeah, it is, Those cats are amazing creatures. Do you have any?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:28pm Andrew Waterloo:

Which would be great if he remembered my paycheque... oh well.
  12:29pm Marie:

@ William B: hee hee hee
  12:30pm Marie:

@Luna: ha ha ha!
Avatar 12:33pm Cheri Pi:

Yes, I have a new kitten also, she's 5 months old. the cat in my profile picture is 10, his name is Jeffy. My black cat passed away last year :( he was amazing.
Avatar 12:45pm Chris from DC:

Ash Borer is just what I need to get rid of this awful England Dan & John Ford Coley earwig from my visit to the store.
Avatar 12:46pm William:

Anyone who calls themselves "England Dan" can really not demand too much respect.
Avatar 12:48pm Chris from DC:

As it turns out, I am in error. That was Dan Seals. The Ash Borer part still holds.
  12:48pm Marie:

@Cheri Pi: Jeffy! What a wonderful name. Congrats on the new Kitten :) . Sorry to hear re: your black cat. I had a big black cat (with a little white) for 18 years who passed away at 20 last year. He was named Pyewacket and he too was amazing. Kind of the ultimate cat--he LOVED food, human and cat. He would hang out in the kitchen on the counter watching me cook. He was really soulful. And he ended up having a big bare belly. Okay, I'll stop here. No more cat talk for me. :)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:49pm Carmichael:

Growly Satan voice!!!
  12:52pm Marie:

Gnus--scary and great. I want to see them in a dark, damp basement.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm fleep:

THe odd part is how cheerful it sounds in the daylight.
  12:55pm Alexis:

I'm glad to have My Castle of Quiet back !!!!! 666
Please play Wulkanaz William!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02pm Rebecca Lewis:

Marie, I have a cat named Pyewacket and she's 14. Unfortunately I think she won't be around much longer. She's barely eating and is becoming very weak. Her brothers from the same litter died the same way two years ago and my mom spent thousands trying to save them, which I can't afford to do. (My mom adopted their mom who was heavily pregnant with them at the time and kept the boys.) My cat loved food too until recently. She's very affectionate and I will miss her.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:02pm Carmichael:

Shrieking Satan voice!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm Rebecca Lewis:

William! It's so great to have you back on Thursdays where you belong. I miss your being here each week.
Avatar 1:06pm ||| HRZ:

Sick Nunripper!!! Hail the inverted Castle!!
  1:08pm r i s k y:

  1:08pm r i s k y:

Avatar 1:09pm Chris from DC:

Hails indeed. Clicky star for Raspberry Bulbs.
  1:11pm r i s k y:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:17pm Ike:

These horror movie trailers are probably more entertaining for me than sitting through the whole actual movie would be. I finally saw Evil Dead II recently (one of those important things I'd just never gotten around to) and it was one of the best things I've ever seen. Hilarious. I also loved Cabin in the Woods. I guess I prefer horror-comedy. Regular horror... eh.
  1:19pm Marie:

Sorry to hear about that Rebecca :( > If you can afford to bring the vet to your home to put your cat to sleep that would be really nice.
  1:21pm Kathy:

Blood Sucking Freaks...... great movie if you like pure ridiculum
  1:22pm Marie:

I was just thinking how these bands and their ilk are like forging into a new front; exploring violence, insanity, evil, in song. How cool. Where else it it explored? Here and there but not so vociferously.
Avatar 1:24pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

fantastic and weird to have the Castle at this hour. Oh happy hellfire.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:26pm Carmichael:

Overdriven guitars AND screechy Satan vocals!!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:27pm Luna:

Oh happy hellfire indeed...though I sadly do not tune in to the Castle...whatever that is, ha.
  1:28pm Alexis:

The mighty Wm. Berger taking over in WFMU -I- hhahaaa
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:30pm Ike:

No, no, maybe I mostly meant "mainstream horror." You know, cheap stuff that goes out to 3,000 chain theaters. But "The Exorcist" didn't do much for me either. And yes I also prefer Mad Men to Walking Dead, but Walking Dead does have excellent makeup and well-directed action scenes, but absolutely NOTHING new whatsoever. It could be SO much crazier and more imaginative.
Avatar 1:31pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Thanks for mentioning that Ballard name. It was buggin' me as well but figured I was just being.... difficult...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:35pm fleep:

@Luna Castle on hiatus, in the meantime, archives: wfmu.org...
Avatar 1:37pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:37pm Luna:

Yeah, thanks fleep...just clicked on his profile a bit earlier
Avatar 1:38pm William:

Ike- The Exorcist "didn't do much for you"? I just consider that to be one of those "objective good" things. Oy!
Avatar 1:39pm Cheri Pi:

What they clickyed!!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:40pm fleep:

btw Blumin in for Gottschalk tomorrow
Avatar 1:40pm Cheri Pi:

Jerry, The Exorcist Roommate, kinda funny...www.funnyordie.com...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:41pm Ike:

I know, right? I was as surprised as anyone.
Avatar 1:47pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

That greek dude loves him some reverb.
Avatar 1:48pm William:

oops .. this is Bran (...) Pos; updated a few mins ago.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:50pm Ike:

Oh right Fleep, thanks for the reminder! D. Blumin tomorrow, oh yeah, I hope he does a transitional moment w/Bryce. Great fill-ins this week. Nice show, Wm.
  1:56pm sibelius:

wow awesome track
  1:59pm ERD:

This Bran (. . . .) Poss is so good. Awesome to hear you again, especially during work hours
Avatar 1:59pm ||| HRZ:

Thanks for this obscure and fantastic stuff by Bran (...) Pos, Wm. Really outstanding work and I'm just reading now that he comes from sound designing for theatre, awesome.
Avatar 2:03pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

fifty seven thumbs up. Bran etc.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:03pm Luna:

loving this set today...thank you WM
Avatar 2:05pm crateslinger:

only god forgives
Avatar 2:07pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

This too.
All clicky-stars are doomed.
Avatar 2:11pm Cheri Pi:

i just realized that I had 2 flash players open and playing at the same time, the last 3 songs have been insane for me.
Avatar 2:14pm KP:

Great work, Wm.
Avatar 2:17pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

I've done that before w/bryce's show, CP. Turns the brain into mayonnaise.
  2:20pm Robert:

Re your remark from the last hour, Romero did madmen too: a more obscure movie of his called "The Crazies", which most aficionados rate as slightly better than his Living Dead films.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:20pm Ike:

Mmmm, brain mayonnaise.
Avatar 2:21pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:22pm Ike:

Brilliant! You design the packaging, Rev, and I'll grind up my brains in my bathtub and jar them.
Avatar 2:24pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Nice one, Maniac. That one (the Joe Spinney/Caroline Munro version, natch) came out when I was about 12 years old... perfect timing for a young freak.
Avatar 2:24pm William:

I have seen every Romero film there is too see. The Crazies is still a variation on the plague / mass killing theme, though a bit more "human" than the zombie template for sure; more "madmen" than "Mad Men" though. For a real deviation from the zombie trilogy, and a great film, I prefer Martin. When Kurt G. and I went to the G.A. Romero meet & greet Q & A, everyone cheered when I brought up Martin.
Avatar 2:25pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

...the year after Fulci's ZOMBIE, if memory serves. Great days, those.
Avatar 2:26pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

[referring to my 2:24 comment, that was]
...and agreed 100% about Martin.
Avatar 2:26pm Droll:

I prefer the tangy zip of BrainWhip to real Brainnaise. In the squeeze bottle, of course.
Avatar 2:28pm Cheri Pi:

Brain Salad, don't let it sit too long in the sun.
Avatar 2:30pm William:

...and who are these "aficionados"? The Crazies is definitely very good, but not that "obscure." It was just remade a few years ago by Hollywood. No dis Robert, but you are dealing with Mr. Horror here...There's very, very little I have not explored when it comes to the genre, unless you're talking about Troma crap.
Avatar 2:33pm William:

If this keeps up, I am going to pull out Brain Salad Surgery, and then we will ALL be sorry.
Avatar 2:35pm Droll:

I would not be sorry to hear ELP. Not at all.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:36pm Carmichael:

They saved Hitler's brain, don'cha know ...
Avatar 2:37pm Droll:

. o O ( Of course, there's less than a half hour left in the show, barely enough time for a handful of movements of some album-side length opus, but more than enough time to double to number of notes played during the 3-hour show. )
Avatar 2:40pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

There simply must be a more fitting brain-related track in your bag of trickies.
  2:41pm Robert:

I'm going to have to see this "Martin", thanks. Too bad my cx for Romero material has recently moved to So. Car.
Avatar 2:43pm William:

When you say "brain salad," sho nuff' ELP comes to mind, but I do not at all concern myself with being "thematic" or springboarding off the chat comments- I have a plan, y'see.
  2:43pm Robert:

BTW, have you ever read A.C. Doyle's collection "Tales of Terror and Mystery"?
  2:43pm Marie:

I prefer the tangy taste of eyeballs wrapped in some rotting stomach lining with raw bacon and skinned goats balls....
Avatar 2:45pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

digging that plan.
Avatar 2:47pm William:

A.C. Doyle? No. But now we're talking literature, not film, and that's for people w/o racing-brain syndrome. Seriously, though, I have read Lovecraft, Poe, Matheson, lots of Victorian horror, all in the past, though. I can't sit still with a book any more—were you just trying to come up with something I wouldn't know?
Avatar 2:48pm Droll:

I hope your plan includes evading the Prog Police, who are most certainly waiting outside the station after airing Missus Beastly. Kudos for your braveness!
Avatar 2:49pm William:

Oh, you mean the Sherlock Holmes guy. That was deliberately obscure. I think of him as "Arthur Conan."
Avatar 2:50pm William:

I fear not the prog police. I have an army of mulleted guys with B.C. Rich guitars behind me.
  2:53pm Marmalade Kitty:

Just caught this last set.. Good to see you hear, Wm!
Avatar 2:53pm William:

Sorry, I'm combative today. Being out in the light will do that to me. And everyone on any Internet message board loves a chance to "correct" the DJ, or attempt to come up with something we don't know; it's all about putting on one's Vulcan ears and making "corrections." Knowledge used to be earned, not a mere Google search away.
  2:54pm Robert:

No, William, just trying to see if you'd appreciate a cx I discovered recently between some old written source material and recent screen & comic book stuff.
Avatar 2:54pm Droll:

Now *THAT* is describes a horrifying scene: Mulleted guys with pointy guitars chasing after posh conservatory trained flautists pushing a Mellotron (marching in 7/8 time).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:54pm Andrew Waterloo:

Have heard a reference to B.C. Rich in awhile.
Avatar 2:54pm William:

If only I had time for some Egg.
  2:55pm Robert:

And sorry about the abbr.
Avatar 2:57pm William:

cx = "connection"? I'd love to hear about it, though real discourse can be a challenge whilst on the air. ...
Avatar 2:57pm Rev. Turnip Druid:

Screw the sunlight. Great show, captain.
Avatar 2:59pm Droll:

Ditto RTD. Come back soon, Wm.
Avatar 2:59pm nanantatee:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 3:01pm fleep:

Thanks, Wm.
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