The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
A WPVM Radio Show Hosted by Greg Lyon
Playlist for
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
April 25, 2003
Hosted by Greg on Fridays at 3-6 pm
on WPRB Princeton (103.3 and

Notes on this week's program:

-- Dark was the mood of the day, with Roxy Music and the surprisingly excellent cut by the Walker Brothers leading the way down the glam avenue. The little-known late Walker Brothers album, Nite Flights (1978), has been retrospectively lauded by critics from The Wire to AllMusic, but it had never moved me until today.
-- It was amazing how well the Brøklyn Beast mixed into Bob Wills and His Texas Playboys.
-- The Roky Erickson tapes of him taking listener calls on KSJO in 1981 are fabulous. And just in case anybody wanted confirmation of how to pronounce his name, it is definitely pronounced like "Rocky." The song I played by Roky and the Aliens was actually pretty great too, with an odd glossy production by former CCR bassist Stu Cook.
-- The Plasmatics request was inspired.
-- My favorite new releases of the week: Whirlwind Heat (despite the produced-by-Jack-White hype) and Magas (guy from Lake of Dracula).
-- The Don Cherry "Live in Ankara" from 1969 was incredible. However, having Murs discuss Muggles and Voldemort in an underground hip-hop song next to Don Cherry's avant-garde hobbit jazz take on Gandalf the Wizard has got me thinking... oh, nevermind.
-- Most incredible online cartoon series: click on Strindberg and Helium. Do it now. My favorite is Sulphur and Iron.
-- 60s Who is oh so very fine.
-- I did not realize that the 10" record, Short Circuit: Live at the Electric Circus, is the vinyl debut of both Joy Division AND The Fall (June 1978, recorded October 1977). It's on Virgin. Pretty amazing, that is.

Format =
(*=newish album at WPRB) (R=request) (+ newish album from personal collection)
ARTIST - Song - Album (Label, sometimes)
Set breaks are indicated by blank lines

[Theme Music: JOE MEEK AND THE BLUE MEN - I Hear a New World: An Outer Space Music Fantasy]

JOE MEEK AND THE BLUE MEN - [title track] - I Hear a New World
YO LA TENGO - The Orange Song - President
* IMMORTAL LEE COUNTY KILLERS - She's Not Afraid of Anything Walking - Love Is a Charm of Powerful Trouble (Estrus)
NATION OF ULYSSES - You're My Miss Washington D.C. - 13 Point Program to Destroy America
* ARAB ON RADAR - Swimming with a Hard On - Stolen Singles (Three One G)

* CALIFONE - Your Golden Ass - Quicksand/Cradlesnakes (Thrill Jockey)
ROXY MUSIC - Casanova - Country Life
VON LMO - Transformer - Tranceformer (Future Language 2.001) (Munster)
THE LOST SOUNDS - 1620 Echles Street - Black Wave

* ALL SCARS - Prisoner of Light - Lunar Magus (Dischord)
(R) ROCKET FROM THE TOMBS - Foggy Notion - The Day the Earth Met the...
THE WALKER BROTHERS - Disciples of Death - Nite Flights
DON BYRON - Tuskegee Strutter's Ball - Tuskegee Experiments
* BRØKLYN BEAST - March of the Oil Barons - (c) (sic) Brøklyn Beats 7" Series
BOB WILLS & HIS TEXAS PLAYBOYS - Blues for Dixie - Boot Heel Drag: The MGM Years

GUN CLUB - For the Love of Ivy - Early Warning
ROKY ERICKSON - (talkin' on KSJO Radio) + Creature with the Atom Brain - The Evil One (Plus One)
GUN CLUB (Jeffrey Lee Pierce) - Promise Me (solo demo) - Early Warning
* ALVARIUS B + CERBERUS SHOAL - Blood Baby - The Vim and Vigour of... (Stella White)
MERLE TRAVIS & THE NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND - Dark as a Dungeon - (c) Will the Circle Be Unbroken
* ENTRANCE - Never Afraid - The Kingdom of Heaven Must Be Taken By Storm (Tiger Style)

JULIUS HEMPHILL SEXTET - The Hard Blues - Fat Man and the Hard Blues
* EKG - (track 6) - Object, Volume 2 (Locust)
(R) PLASMATICS - Sometimes I - New Hope for the Wretched
THE NERVEBREAKERS - I've Got a Problem - We Want Everything (Get Hip)
* WHIRLWIND HEAT - Purple - Do Rabbits Wonder (Third Man)
* BORN AGAINST - Resist Control - The Rebels Sound of Shit and Failure (Kill Rock Stars)
* MAGAS - Blind Contact - Friends Forever (Ersatz Audio)
(R) POSTAL SERVICE - We Will Become Silhouettes - Such Great Heights (Sub Pop)

* MURS - The Scuffle - The End of the Beginning (Def Jux)
DON CHERRY - Gandalf's Travels - Live Ankara (from the Sonet Recordings - Verve)
* JORGES ANTUNES - Canto Selvagem (Savage Song) - Savage Songs: Early Brazilian Electronic Music (Pogus)
* ADULT. - Nothing of the Kind - Anxiety Always (Ersatz Audio)
* L'INFONIE - Paix #19-23 - Vol. 333 (Mucho Gusto)

THE WHO - Early Morning Cold Taxi - The Who Sell Out (extended CD)
JOY DIVISION - At a Later Date - (c) Short Circuit: Live at the Electric Circus

* NUMBERS - Insomnia - Ee-uh! (Troubleman Unlimited)
Playlist for
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
April 18, 2003
Hosted by Greg on Fridays at 3-6 pm
on WPRB Princeton (103.3 and

Notes on this week's program:

-- new Bassholes double 7"!!! It comes with a bonus live CD that sounds like it was recorded by accident by a guy who left his dictation machine on in his hip pocket. But hey it's a BONUS and the new stuff is great, so buy it: Dead Canary Records.
-- Went to see the Clone Defects last week. They are the real shit. Best live show I've seen in months. You know a show is going to be good when the singer starts with the joke, "What's got 7 arms and sucks? Def Leppard." Then he proceeded to scream into the mic with such vim and vigor that there was a constant trickle of spit dripping from it. Detroit rock and roll, baby.
-- Coming home from the Clone Defects show I called my good bud Mike Lupica, who was on the air at WFMU, and I won a pair of tickets to see Deerhoof and Erase Errata this week at the Knitting Factory! Excellent.
-- Mac of Portastatic/Superchunk/Merge Records came to record a live set during my show. Look for it soon on Jon Solomon's show.
-- "Babysitters on Acid" was for my housemate Josh.
-- The Spits "PCT" essentially = "Action Time Vision" by Alternative TV
-- Every Gang of Four imitator band from Brooklyn should listen to the Fire Engines and weep heavily.
-- Amnesiac Godz is Jason Lowenstein and Russ Pollard of Sebadoh. The other side of the 7" is by the Country Teasers and blows side A away. Too bad it's got a lot of dirty words in it.
-- Marc Riley and the Creepers' version of Eno's "Baby's on Fire" has got rhythm.
-- I can't wait for my Joe Meek CD to get here this week. I played his (Tornadoes) "Telstar" in anticipation. That was from the fourth album I ever bought: Great Instrumental Hits on RCA Special Products, which I begged my mother to order from the television when I was 6 or 7.
-- Every time I play a track from the Entrance CD, I get a phone call of praise.
-- It was a great pleasure to play the blue double album, Beatles 1967-1970, on the air, as I've had that record since I was six. It was the third record I ever bought, after Disco Duck and KC and the Sunshine Band Vol. 3. I then listened to it for the next 3 years straight, at least. Thank you, Sky City (like Walmart), for being out of the 1962-1966 collection, which is what I really wanted that day.
-- My good bud Nick Moschovakis provided the Ultimate Spinach and Kaleidoscope CDs for me. That's a delicious psychedelic treat. Thank you, Nick!
-- Went to see the Dictators after the show Friday. Damned hilarious adventure to the Court Tavern by bus from Princeton. Dictators play R-O-C-K. Warm-up band Sux did just that, although I found them pretty funny. Their best song was their last: "King Kong Went to Hong Kong to Play Ping Pong with his Ding Dong."
-- Finally, I played Slade and enjoyed it!!!! I've clearly got brain damage--or I'm just getting as smart as Mike Lupica and Martha Hurley. Go ahead guys, tell me you told me so.

Format =
(*=newish album at WPRB) (R=request) (+ newish album from personal collection)
ARTIST - Song - Album (Label, sometimes)
Set breaks are indicated by blank lines

[Theme Music: THE VENTURES - Walk Don't Run Vol. 2]

+ BASSHOLES - Ode to Charo - Out in the Treetops (double 7" on Dead Canary)
* CLONE DEFECTS - Stray Boy - Shapes of Venus (In the Red)
VON BONDIES - Nite Train - 7" (D-Wrecked-Hit)
THE COUNT FIVE - The Morning After - Psychotic Reaction
* THE GO-BETWEENS - Too Much of One Thing - Bright Yellow Bright Orange (Jetset)
* THE CLEAN - Point That Thing Somewhere Else - Anthology (Merge)
DEERHOOF - Dummy Discards a Heart - Apple O' (Kill Rock Stars)

(R) LUNACHICKS - Babysitters on Acid - Babysitters on Acid
THE RUNAWAYS - Cherry Bomb - The Runaways
(R) CHEAP TRICK - He's a Whore - Cheap Trick
* RACEBANNON - Part II - Satan's Kickin' Yr Dick In (Secretly Canadian)
ASSFACTOR 4 - Herr Jorden - Sports
THE SPITS - PCT - The Spits (Slovenly)

ALTERNATIVE TELEVISION - Action Time Vision - Radio Sessions
* CHROMATICS - Lithium Jaws - Chrome Rats v. Basement Rutz (GSL)
FIRE ENGINES - Everythings Roses - Aufgeladen und bereit für Aktion und Spass
AMNESIAC GODZ - Mournful Oatmeal - Split 7" with Country Teasers (Guided Missile)
COUNTRY TEASERS - Happy Feet - Science Hat Artistic Cube Moral Nosebleed Empire

CREEPERS - Baby's on Fire - Miserable Sinners
BRIAN ENO AND THE WINKIES - The Paw Paw Negro Blowtorch - Dali's Car
ROBERT WYATT - Grass - Split 7" (Rough Trade)
HOWE GELB - B4U (Do Do Do) - The Listener (Thrill Jockey)
DAVE DUDLEY - 6 Days on the Road - (c) 25 Great Country Music Artists Singing Their Famous Original Hits
LEE HAZLEWOOD - Forget Marie - Cowboy in Sweden
THE TORNADOES - Telstar - (c) Great Instrumental Hits (RCA)

* CALIFONE - Mean Little Seed - Quicksand/Cradlesnakes (Thrill Jockey)
ERIC WEISSBERG & MARSHALL BRICKMAN - Pony Express - New Dimensions in Banjo and Bluegrass
+ BASSHOLES - Stack O Lee - Out in the Treetops (double 7" on Dead Canary)
* ENTRANCE - Tommy Thumb's Summertime Blues - The King of Heaven Must Be Taken By Storm (Tiger Style)
* GARY LUCAS - Cantina - Operators are Standing By (Evolver/Knitting Factory)

* EVOLUTION CONTROL COMMITTEE - No Time for Yes - Plagiarhythm Nation Vol. 2.0 (Seeland)
THE BEATLES - I Am the Walrus - 1967-1970
KALEIDOSCOPE - Dive Into Yesterday - Dive Into Yesterday
SCREAMING TREES - Orange Airplane - Clairvoyance
ULTIMATE SPINACH - (Ballad of) the Hip Death Goddess - Very Best of...
50 FOOT HOSE - Bad Trip - Cauldron

THE DICTATORS - Faster and Louder - Bloodbrothers
THE DICKIES - Give It Back - The Incredible Shrinking Dickies
* CRACK: WE ARE ROCK - Hooker Leg - Silent Fantasy (Tigerbeat 6)
* GOA! - Biyah - Goa! (Robosapien)
SLADE - Get Down and Get With It - Sladest!
* ALL THE PEOPLE - Cramp Your Style - (c) The Miami Sound (Soul Jazz)

* SHESUS - Hang Onto Yourself - Loves You... Loves You Not (Narnack)
Playlist for
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
April 11, 2003
Hosted by Greg on Fridays at 3-6 pm
on WPRB Princeton (103.3 and

Notes on this week's program:

-- My background "music" was ambient sound recordings by the Dutch duo, AU, who took their mics with them as they rode their bikes around The Hague one evening. It made me feel like I was doing a site report on CNN.
-- My first set was the most robot-noir I have ever mustered, I believe.
-- I am SO tired of the Streets. The White Stripes are on this list too.
-- Me at the beginning of my show: "Who the fuck is Rusted Root? Why do I have to give away 4 pairs of tix to their show at the Birch Hill Concert Hall in Old Bridge, NJ? Is this a joke?
-- Me after I tried to give away one pair of tix and the phone rang straight for twenty minutes, thus allowing me actually to get rid of all four pairs: "Jesus, they must be a jam band."
-- Me twenty minutes later: "Why are so many jam band fans listening to my show? I must do something about this."
-- Other rants of the day: Suicide is overrated. So is that Memphis Goons CD. And enough already with that warbly-voiced white dude faux swamp blues shit (Lee County Killers, Black Keys, to name a few I got out of my system during this show). Gimme the Groundhogs instead.
-- That Scout Niblett EP has me feeling cheated. It's super-short and pretty wacko.
-- That Entrance CD (Guy Blakeslee from the Congress of...) is pretty fucked up and beautiful. Very original in a way I can't put my finger on.
-- I played the entire 12-song-in-5-minute "Non-Plussed" EP from the Sydney Post-Punk: Art Punks compilation sent to us from Australia by a guy named Phil Turnbull. Amazing Minutemen-like stuff from 1980/1, which means it couldn't have been influenced by the Minutemen. Crazy good.
-- Racebannon rock opera--bravo! bravo!.
-- I listened to most of the "Urgh! A Music War" soundtrack this week. Why is this movie not on DVD, and why is the soundrack out of print?????
-- I'm more ready for The Melvins "10 songs" now than I was back in the late 80s. There's something about that guy singing about a #2 pencil that has me smiling.

Format =
(*=newish album at WPRB) (R=request) (+ newish album from personal collection)
ARTIST - Song - Album (Label, sometimes)
Set breaks are indicated by blank lines

[Theme Music: AU - Recycling (Locust)]

DORY AND ANDRE PREVIN - Neely's Career Montage - Valley of the Dolls (soundtrack)
* BUG VS. THE ROOTSMAN - Run the Place Red (Raw Meat) - Split CDEP with DJ /Rupture (Tigerbeat6)
(R) THE STREETS - Same Old Thing - Original Pirate Material
* DJ /RUPTURE - Descarriada - (c) (SIC) Brøklyn Beats 7" Series CD
* CRACK: WE ARE ROCK - Cold as Ice - Silent Fantasy (Tigerbeat6)
* ADULT. - Blank Eyed, Nose Bleed - Anxiety Always (Ersatz Audio)
SUICIDE - Rocket USA - Suicide/Alan Vega Anthology

* SCOUT NIBLETT - Rimsky to the Rescue - I Conjure Series (Secretly Canadian)
MEMPHIS GOONS - Tootin' in America - Teenage BBQ
ALEXANDER 'SKIP' SPENCE - War in Peace - Oar
* ENTRANCE - Valium Blues - The Kingdom of Heaven Must Be Taken by Storm (Tiger Style)

* THE BLACK KEYS - No Trust - thickfreakness (Fat Possum)
* THE IMMORTAL LEE COUNTY KILLERS - Robert Johnson - Love Is a Charm of Powerful Trouble (Estrus)
GROUNDHOGS - Junkman - Split

DOLOMITE - Jinx Baby - ...of the Angels
* CHROMATICS - Two of Every Creature - Chrome Rats vs. Basement Rutz (GSL)
* SEEMS TWICE - Entire 'Non-Plussed' EP (12 songs) - (c) Sydney Post-Punk 1: Art Punks (CDR compilation from Phil Turnbull)

* (R) THE DIRTY 3 - Rude (and then some slight return) - She Has No Strings, Apollo (Touch & Go)
HP LOVECRAFT - Country Boy & Bleeker Street - HP Lovecraft 1
* REDD KROSS - Frosted Flake - Neurotica (reissue on Five Foot Two)
CHEAP TRICK - On Top of the World - Heaven Tonight
THE FLYS - Looking for New Hearts - Waikiki Beach Refugees

* ALVARIUS B + CERBERUS SHOAL - Blood Baby (both versions) - The Vim and Vigour of Alvarius B & Cerberus Shoal (Stella White)
CAPTAIN BEEFHEART - Sue Egypt - Doc at the Radar Station
* RACEBANNON - III: Make Me an Instrument of Worship - Satan's Kickin' Yr Dick In (Secretly Canadian)
MONTY PYTHON - I Bet They Won't Play This on the Radio + Bruces - The Final Ripoff
DEVO - Uncontrollable Urge (live) - (c) Urgh! A Music War
IKARA COLT - Don't They Know - Basic Instructions EP (double 7")

THE SPITS - Bring - The Spits (Slovenly)
* THE MELVINS - #2 Pencil - 26 Songs (Ipecac)
* MELT BANANA - Get the Head Back - 666 6" (Level Plane)
OPERATION IVY - Missionary - Operation Ivy Discography (Lookout)
IVY GREEN - Too Much Pleasure - All on the Beat
* SONG OF ZARATHUSTRA - Half Mass - A View from High Tides

TALL DWARFS - Big Brain of the World - The Sky Above, the Mud Below (Carrot Top/Flying Nun)
HANK WILLIAMS - You're Gonna Change, Or I'm Gonna Leave - 40 Greatest Hits
Playlist for
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
April 4, 2003
Hosted by Greg on Fridays at 3-6 pm
on WPRB Princeton (103.3 and

Notes on this week's program:

-- Song of the week: "James Brown" as sung by a Rochester boys choir known as Ghetto Reality, on the Black & Proud comp. Utterly right.
-- New Calexico and Califone CDs are both really good, from what I heard. Califone had started to lose me with their last one, but this song had edge to go along with their subtle texture and layering. It even rocked.
-- Gaunt's EP "Whitey the Man" still does it.
-- The two John Lee Hooker tracks I played back to back, from "Hooker 'n' Heat," were two of the most powerful things I've ever played on the air. The second track, "The World Today" put current events in a perspective I did not anticipate. Hooker gets political in a blues way; it really is beautiful. Why is this album not in print in its entirety (it's only available in an excerpt one CD thing)? Criminal, this is!

Format =
(*=newish album at WPRB) (R=request) (+ newish album from personal collection)
ARTIST - Song - Album (Label, sometimes)
Set breaks are indicated by blank lines

[Theme Music: CLAUS OGERMAN and His Orchestra - Watusi Trumpets (RCA 1965)]

end of Dan Buskirk's show:
HARRY PARTCH - Daphne of the Dunes - The World of Harry Partch

FELA KUTI - Monday Morning in Lagos - He Miss Road
* GHETTO REALITY - James Brown - Black & Proud: The Soul of the Black Panther Era (Trikont)
* DAEDELUS - Muggle Born (High Priest ESP Mix) - The Quiet Party EP (EFA)
ANDREW CYRILLE & MAONO - Ginakus "M" - Junction (IPS)

* THE WALKING RUINS - Chemical Reactionary - Fall of the House of Ruin (Gulcher)
* THE THERMALS - Overgrown, Overblown + A Passing Feeling - More Parts Per Million (Sub Pop)
* THE BUZZCOCKS - Wake Up Call - The Buzzcocks (Merge)

ROYAL TRUX - The Spectre - Cats and Dogs
* CALEXICO - Güero Canelo - Feast of Wire (Quarterstick)
* CALIFONE - Your Golden Ass - Quicksand/Cradlesnakes (Thrill Jockey)
DOS - Snapshot - Dos
BLACK FLAG - Paralyzed - In My Head

* MOONBUGGY - Dubby - Planet Lupo (Doxa)
CLAUS OGERMAN - The Joker - Watusi Trumpets
RAHSAAN ROLAND KIRK - You'll Never Get to Heaven - Bright Moments
STEREOLAB - Low Fi - Low Fi

* CLONE DEFECTS - Stray Boy - Shapes of Venus (In the Red)
* KILL-A-WATTS - Girl's Living Dead - Let's Get High Voltage 7" (Flying Bomb)
* TIE REDS - Gimme Conversation - Holy Crap! It's the Tie Reds
GAUNT - Silly Watches - Whitey the Man
* RUBBER CITY REBELS - I Don't Wanna Be a Punk No More - Pierce My Brain (Smog Veil)
* NEON HUNK - Meowsus - Smarmy Mob (Load)
* WIRE - Read and Burn - Send (Pink Flag)

SONNY BURGESS - Ain't Got a Thing - (c) I Need a Man (Sun)
DMZ - Might He I.D. - The First Time (Bomp!)
THE OUTSIDERS - Touch - Nuggets 2: Disk 4
HOOKER 'N' HEAT - Burning Hell + The World Today - Hooker 'n Heat
FRANCIS BEBEY - Essok'am - Dibiye

* BEANS - Raping Silence - Tomorrow Right Now (Warp)

* CONDOR - A Big One - A Big One (Narnack)
VOLCANO SUNS - Bumper Crop - Bumper Crop
* SONG OF ZARATHUSTRA - We Scholars - A View from High Tides (Troubleman Unlimited)
* THE ROBOT ATE ME - Tied to the Car - They Ate Themselves (Swimslowly)
FLY ASHTRAY - Let's Have Some Crate - Let's Have Some Crate 10"
MIND FLAYER - Street Attack with Mongrels, Elephants, Glitter, etc. - Take Your Skin Off (Bulb)

MFG (McPhee-Fine-Gnitka) - Part II A (guitar solo by Steve Gnitka) - MFG in Minnesota (Hat Hut)
Playlist for
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
March 28, 2003
Hosted by Greg on Fridays at 3-6 pm
on WPRB Princeton (103.3 and

Notes on this week's program:

-- FAR too much White Stripes in this show. That will be the last time you hear that overrated band on my show for several months. I got it out of my system. I'm still not sure what to think of the Redd Blood Cells experiment, i.e. Steve McDonald of Redd Kross's bass mixed into White Blood Cells. Sounds like Zeppelin to me. Dave of "The Manual" brought in the new one, Elephant, at the end of the show, and I played it too. It was like binging on twinkies. I feel a little ill.
-- Notwist is the European Wilco "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot." I can do without either, although I have to admit that the Wilco eventually grew on me somewhat.
-- It really is a pity, in some ways, that John Gilmore only made one album as a leader (rest of the time was with Sun Ra except for a brief stint with Art Blakey)
-- That version of Mingus's "Meditations on Integration" is superb; too bad the sound is not superb. A guy called up and told me he thought Eric Dolphy was perhaps the greatest of his era. I agree. You certainly can hear it on this track.
-- Two weeks in a row of Stooges requests. I think I've figured out who my audience is. Perhaps this is a sign that I should branch out.
-- Speaking of which, every time I hear the Aphex Twin remix CD on the air, my attention is demanded by a higher consciousness.
-- Listen to Tom Zé if you have not. I brought that in, not realizing it was already in the old emph bin.
-- Original Music Records, a world label, put out some amazing things, including that African Acoustic series. The volume I played today was Zambian Miners' Songs, and it's great. Another to look for is the Francis Bebey CD on Original, Akwaaba. Mindblowingly good.

Format =
(*=newish album at WPRB) (R=request) (+ newish album from personal collection)
ARTIST - Song - Album (Label, sometimes)
Set breaks are indicated by blank lines

[Theme Music: ENNIO MORRICONE - Ad Ogni Costo/Grand Slam (soundtrack)]

THIS HEAT - Horizontal Hold - Made Available
* NOTWIST - Off the Rails - Neon Golden (Domino)
* URI CAINE - Diabelli Variation #9 - Concerto Köln (Winter & Winter)
CLIFF JORDAN & JOHN GILMORE - Bo-Till - Blowing in from Chicago
* HANGED UP - View from the Ground - Kicker in Tow (Constellation)

PUSSY GALORE - Sweet Little Hi-Fi - Sugarshit Sharp
* CLONE DEFECTS - Ain't No New Buzz - Shapes of Venus (In the Red)
THE CRAMPS - What's Behind the Mask - Songs the Lord Taught Us
THE DEL-VETTS - Last Time Around - (c) Nuggets 2: Disk 2

* TURBONEGRO - Get It On - Apocalypse Dudes (Epitaph/Burning Heart)
* BLOOD BROTHERS - Fucking's Greatest Hits - Burn Piano Island, Burn (Artist Direct)
* BLACK BELTS - Walking All the Way - [s/t demo EP]
(R) MORPHINE - Thursday - Cure for Pain
(R) BARDO POND - Anandamide - Lapsed
ZOOT HORN ROLLO - Got a Buzz - We Saw a Bozo under the Sea

CHARLES MINGUS - Meditations on Integration - Meditations on Integration (Bandstand)

ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN - Heaven Up Here - Heaven Up Here

PORTRAITS OF PAST - Implications of a Sinkhole Personality - 01010101 (Ebullition)
* ARAB ON RADAR - Aisle 5 - The Stolen Singles (3IG)
RAYMOND SCOTT - Little Miss Echo - Soothing Sounds for Baby: 12-18 Months
(R) SWANS - Children of God - Children of God
* APHEX TWIN - Windowlicker (Acid Edit) - 26 Mixes for Cash

WHITE STRIPES + STEVEN MCDONALD - I Think I Smell a Rat + Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground - Redd Blood Cells

(R) RADIO BIRDMAN - Murder City Nights - Essential Radio Birdman
CELIBATE RIFLES - Instrumental - Platters du Jour (bonus 7")
(R) STOOGES - Shake Appeal - Raw Power
* BELL RAYS - Nights in Venice - Raw Collection (Uppercut)
* PITCHFORK - New Kid - Eucalyptus + Saturn Outhouse (Swami reissue)

TOM ZÉ - Gene - Fabrication Defect
ISAAC MATAFWAMI & SUNKUTU - Ekobali Mukanina Bamayo - (c) African Acoustic: From the Copperbelt...Zambian Miners' Songs
FLATT & SCRUGGS - Flint Hill Special - The Golden Era
* JOHN FAHEY - Charley Bradley's Ten-Sixty-Six Blues - Red Cross (Revenant)
* WHITE STRIPES - In the Cold, Cold Night - Elephant

* WHITE STRIPES - Hypnotize - Elephant

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