Monday, November 29, 2004

"The salior is teh Sux0r!"

For the record, I love the Sailor Moon theme song, but hate the show, or at least the American version of it, because they took out all the lesbianism and aimed the show at younger kids.

Did you notice anything missing from today's show?

Well, did you?

That's right, there was no Christmas music. I don't know if I want to play Christmas music now. One reason is because I want to keep religion out of my show. I'm very unhappy with religion now for getting Bush re-elected, so religion can go fuck itself. But also, I don't have any good new X-mas material that I haven't played before. If I played anything, it would all be the same old Kindercore Christmas and other stuff that I've played before.

But then again, what about Hanukkah? I could play the Smittens' Hanukkah song. But I'm still angry at religion.

In other news, if you haven't been checking all the comment links, the ShiSho cover of "Punk Rock Girl" has been posted online. Along with a review of the Dead Milkmen reunion show. Go here to download the song and see the review. Edit: I think I confused someone with this paragraph. Just in case it's not clear, I didn't write this review and have nothing to do with the production of the content of this link. Kris, one of my listeners, is responsible for the content of that link.


Finally, my Men In Fur review was posted last week. You should check out this review because the Men In Fur CD is one of the most important releases of the year. It's up there with the William Shatner CD.

playlist for november 29, 2004

set 1 (9:07-9:38)

William Shatner "That's Me Trying" Has Been
Ulysses "Push You Away" 010
Colin Clary and the Magogs "Simple Things (Get Pushed Under the Door)" Her Life of Crime
The Smiths "Vicar In a Tutu" The Queen Is Dead
The Late BP Helium "Bluebeard" Amok
Dutch Elms "Amelia Airheart" Music For Happiness
The Twilight "With or Without You" (live on Elixir Is Zog)
Boyracer "Awkward Silence Is Not a Steady Diet" Happenstance
The Frenchmen "Flake For You" Sorry We Ruined Your Party
The Frenchmen "Tell Me Why" Sorry We Ruined Your Party
Sloan "Take the Bench" One Chord to Another

set 2 (9:46-10:15)

Mirah "Jerusalem" C'mon Miracle
Apples In Stereo "Strawberryfire" Her Wallpaper Reverie
Saturday Looks Good to Me "The Girl's Distracted" Every Night
Yo La Tengo "Here Comes My Baby" Fakebook
Men in Fur "The Deer Song" Men in Fur
Dead Milkmen "Right Wing Pigeons" Big Lizard In My Backyard
Atom and His Package "Nutrition" Making Love
14 Year Old Girls "Loading Time" Strategy Guide
14 Year Old Girls "Ever Ever Lovequest" Strategy Guide
Le Tigre "I'm So Excited" This Island
Cookie Galore "Like a Dream" Audio Precision

set 3 (10:23-11:00)

Morrissey "The First of the Gang to Die" You Are the Quarry
Slomo Rabbit Kick "This Long Parade" Horatory Examinations
Puffy AmiYumi "Joining a Fun Club" Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Music From the Series
Fur Cups For Teeth "$100 Haircut" Allergic 2 Fur
Dressy Bessy "Bubbles" Heroes and Villians: Music Inspired By the Powerpuff Girls
Bis "Super Secret City of Soundsville Song (PpG End Theme Remix)" The City of Soundsville
Christmas Ape "...Goes to Hershey Park" Candycore!
The Channel "Follow You" The Channel
Tommy heavenly6 "Swear" Japan For Sale Volume 4
Yo La Tengo "Demons" I Shot Andy Warhol Soundtrack


Monday, November 22, 2004

she's got colors to spare and i don't care...

Read the post that I did before the latest playlist. There are some very important links for music downloading fans in that post.

Okay, nowthatsmyfunday, we're all dying of curiosity. Why did you dedicate "Rollerskate" to that Molly person? I just have to know if it was some sort of taunt having to do with this Molly's lack of skating abilities, or if it's actually in praise of the Molly entity's prowess on the skates. Or is there another reason entirely?

Maybe I'll just institute a policy of people having to give me reasons for their dedications. It would humanize the dedications and not make them seem like complete in-jokes between the requester and the dedicatee.


In other news, we're waiting for Kris's review of the Dead Milkmen reunion show in Philly last night. If you do actually plan to post some sort of review for it, post it under here.

Finally, my review of the new Slomo Rabbit Kick EP is on Mundane Sounds. You'll probably want to buy it for the cover art alone.

I have another review that's going to be posted soon, so I'll probably post again when that comes out.

playlist for november 22, 2004

set 1 (9:08-9:41)

Ghetto Squirrels "Old McDonald Had a Factory Farm" (live on some old WCSB show)
Call and Response "Rollerskate" Call and Response
Dick Richards "Don't Take Candy From Strangers" Candycore!
Fur Cups For Teeth "Mystery Train" Allergic 2 Fur
They Might Be Giants "In the Middle, In the Middle, In the Middle" No!
Men In Fur "The Tiger Song" Men In Fur
Tullycraft "Sweet" Old Traditions, New Standards
L.A. Tool and Die "Jesus Saved Me at the Record Show" Fashion for the Evildoer
The Twilight "The Violet Evening" (live on Elixir Is Zog)

set 2 (9:50-10:22)

Boyracer "I Thought Even More of You When You Told Me You Wanted Me Dead" Happenstance
Boyracer "Flinch at the Light" Happenstance
Kiddo "This Could Take Forever" Boompa Vol. 1
The Moldy Peaches "Who's Got the Crack" The Moldy Peaches
The Jenni Jensens "Kissing Bee" Amateur Rocket Club 7"
The Dead Milkmen "Bitchin' Camaro (The Best Thanksgiving Ever)" If I Had a Gun EP
Nirvana "Son of a Gun" Incesticide
Saturday Looks Good to Me "Until the World Stops Spinning" Every Night
Winnebago "Pixie Stix, Pop Rocks, & Dr. Pepper" Candycore!
Palomar "50 Second" Palomar [I]"
Tiger Trap "Supreme Nothing" Tiger Trap
The Twilight "[Cheesy New Song (don't know real title)]" (live on Elixir Is Zog)

set 3 (10:30-11:00)

ShiSho "Punk Rock Girl" (Finish the bloody CD already! We can't wait much longer!)
The Magnetic Fields "All the Umbrellas In London" live on KVRX
Racetrack "Epitaph" City Lights
Cookie Galore "Go Home & Die" Audio Precision
Hum "Why I Like the Robins" You'd Prefer an Astronaut
Papas Fritas "Just to See You" live on KVRX
Of Montreal "Lysergic Bliss" Satanic Panic in the Attic
Colin Clary and the Magogs "Mixed Too Late to Send" Her Life of Crime


Wednesday, November 17, 2004

it's pizza time!

I'd like to remind everyone about the WCSB Open House. It's this Friday from 3 to 8 p.m., and also Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. It will give you the opportunity to pay for your donations and pick up your premiums. You'll also get to meet WCSB DJs (whichever ones happen to be there when you go) and eat free pizza and other refreshments.

I'm just going to be there on Friday. It'll be around 4 when I get there. Elizabeth from Cool Chick #59 will also be there on Friday, as well as Chris from "Chris and Thea". However, if you go on Sunday, Dr. Lance Underpants from 669 is supposed to be there. That's quite significant because I don't think he's been to an open house since I've been at the station.

In other news largeheartedboy has been posting some good shit lately. He's been posting these live performances from KVRX (the University of Texas at Austin's radio station). He posted performances by Sebadoh and the Magnetic Fields. There's actually a bunch of good ones on that site. Here are ones that I really recommend:

Brian Jonestown Massacre
Call and Response
Color Filter
I am the World Trade Center
Magnetic Fields
Of Montreal
Papas Fritas

There are a bunch more, too. Go here to see them all.

And use the Sebadoh link that I provided because the link on the site itself only has links to three of the songs.

That's it for now. Maybe I'll see you at the open house.

Monday, November 15, 2004

playlist for november 15, 2004

set 1 (9:06-9:35)

Laibach "Sympathy For the Devil" Anthems
Puffy AmiYumi "Hi Hi" Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi Music From the Series
Palomar "Washington" Palomar (I)
Boyracer "Careless and Caught Out" Happenstance
Boyracer "Invincible" Happenstance
Pants Yell! "Your Favorite Fairgrounds" Songs For Siblings
D+ "God Beyond God" Mistake
Sebadoh "Perfect Way" Harmacy
Colin Clary and the Magogs "Pet Sound" Her Life of Crime

set 2 (9:51-10:15)

Le Tigre "After Dark" This Island
So L'il "Swell" Revolution Thumpin'
Land of the Loops "Crusin' For Sentient Beings" Bundle of Joy
Cookie Galore "John Kennedy" Audio Precision
Cookie Galore "With Whom to Dance" Portable One EP
The Twilight "With or Without You" (Live on Elixir Is Zog)

set 3 (10:28-11:00)

Lizzie Wittman "see you" letter camp
Of Montreal "Disconnect the Dots" Satanic Panic in the Attic
Geoff Pickering "Love is Sweet, But Candy is..." Candycore!
Slomo Rabbit Kick "Smell Camino" Horatory Examinations
Kimya Dawson "I Will Never Forget" Hidden Vagenda
Dentist Dispense "All Girls Are Lesbians" For Whom the Casio Tolls
Le Tigre "Viz" This Island
(Not sure who the artist is) "Aatavu Chanda (Dancing Is Beautiful)" Dancing Is Beautful


Monday, November 08, 2004

playlist for november 8, 2004

9:00 hour

Le Tigre "FYR" Feminist Sweepstakes
Le Tigre "Seconds" This Island
The Frogs "The Whole Damn Country Is Straight (Oh We're All Alone)" Made Up Songs #6,8
Saturday Looks Good to Me "Since You Stole My Heart" Every Night
The Twilight "Where I'm Going to Be" (live on Elixir Is Zog)
The Shins "They'll Soon Discover" Spongebob Squarepants Movie Soundtrack
Men In Fur "Elisa" Men In Fur

10:00 hour

Of Montreal "Let's Do Everything For the First Time Forever" Coquelicot Asleep In the Poppies
Palomar "Fried Palomari" Palomar III: Revenge of Palomar
Palomar "You Dance Bad" Palomar III: Revenge of Palomar
REM "Driver 8" (live) REM In the Attic
The Pop Project "The Candy Song" Candycore!
Palomar "I'll Come Running" Palomar II
Daknit "The Sims AcidTechnoTrip" download from Overclocked Remix
ShiSho "Punk Rock Girl" (Still waiting for the album to come out, la la la)
Le Tigre "Hot Topic" (BBC Session) Le Tigre (reissue)


Friday, November 05, 2004


I'm also quite unhappy that we have to have Radiothon now. I wish we could postpone it at least a week. I'm afraid that the election results are going to affect our donation totals. I think it's too late to change it, though, and we have to go through with it because it's our main source of operating revenue.

Any of you still planning to donate?

Oh, and I don't think I'm really going to do those t-shirts I was talking about. Does anyone really want to get a t-shirt with "^ ^" and "Boogiepop Does Not Smile" on it written in marker?

Information about Radiothon, and all of our WCSB logo merchandise that will be available during Radiothon can be found here.

Posting in the comments link would be very much appreciated. Seriously, I really want to know if you'll feel like donating next week. I'm scared.

Also on the next show, I'll have tickets to the Palomar/The Twilight gig at the Beachland on Wednesday the 10th. Like I said before, if you're a perverted male, you'll definitely want to see Palomar. But if you're not a perverted male, you'll just want to go because their music is so cute.

And if you're a perverted female, you'll want to see the Twilight because their singer, as I've said previously, is a sexy motherfucker.

i wonder if we can be happy in a place like this...

I bet you were expecting me to post something here on Wednesday. Sorry, I haven't had the heart to do so since then. I've been almost too depressed to do anything productive. It really feels like another September 11th, and I'm not exactly sure what to say now.

I just can't believe that the majority of Americans, as well as Ohioans, are bigoted morons. George Bush winning was bad enough, the Republicans winning all those seats in Congress was bad enough, but all the anti-gay marriage referendums (there were 11 of them, including Issue 1 in Ohio) passed. All of that together is just so fucking devastating.

Honestly, I think that November 2nd may have been the worst day in American history... so far. And it's probably going to get worse. Wait until the Supreme Court justices start dropping dead. Shit.

I'd like to post a message of hope here, but I'm just not feeling hopeful right now.

Monday, November 01, 2004

hey there, georgie boy...

Yeah, I said I'd have the playlist up by 7. I'm a fucking flip-flopper. :P

I heard that there won't be any challengers at the polls now. The law allowing challengers in Ohio was declared unconstitutional. I'm not sure if this means you won't have to carry ID tomorrow.

People actually didn't tune out when I talked politics today. Amazing! I know they didn't tune out because lots of people called for the Le Tigre tickets right after that Issue 1 rant.

Yeah, I made them sit through a political rant before I'd give them the tickets... EVIL!

No, I didn't do it to be a jerk. It just seemed like the best way to talk about the important issues facing us tomorrow and still preserve the flow of what is mainly a musical show.

I forgot to play that version of "Keep On Rocking In the Free World" by Sleater-Kinney and Pearl Jam! And I forgot to play Black Cabbage's song about the vice-president being a robot! FUCK! That Black Cabbage song might become obsolete (PLEASE LET IT BECOME OBSOLETE!) after tomorrow.

If you haven't already, you should look at the comments posted under the Hello Kitty post from a couple of days ago. Just awesome. It would rock if we could get more action like that going on here.

Again, Radiothon is next week. If you enjoy this show, please support it by calling in to pledge a donation to WCSB during the show next week. More details later.

I don't think I have anything else good to say. I have to go figure out if Hello Kitty can still be a real twee pop symbol.

playlist for november 1, 2004

set 1 (9:00)

Of Montreal "A Question For Emily Foreman" Aldhils Arboretum
Saturday Looks Good to Me "Dialtone" Every Night
Palomar "Albacore" Palomar III: Revenge of Palomar
Le Tigre "Punker Plus" This Island
Le Tigre "Seconds" This Island
Fur Cups For Teeth "Boxed Lunch" Allergic 2 Fur
14 Year Old Girls "Whoa Nintendo" Strategy Guide
14 Year Old Girls "Pacman's In Paris" Strategy Guide
14 Year Old Girls "Release Date" Strategy Guide
Piney Gir "Boston" (I forget the CD title)
Slomo Rabbit Kick "This Long Parade" Horatory Examinations
Kimya Dawson "It's Been Raining" Hidden Vagenda
Sifl and Olly "Vote For Appleman" (From Season 3)
Northern State "A Thousand Words" Dying In Stereo

set 2 (9:54)

Mountain Goats "The Sign" (?)
The Maybellines "Oregon" Amateur Rocket Club 7"
Morrissey "America Is Not the World" You Are the Quarry
Brian Jonestown Massacre "If Love Is the Drug, Then I Want to O.D." Zero EP
Brad Postlethwaite "Welcome to the Occupation (edit)" Peace Not War Vol. 2

set 3 (10:31)

Of Montreal "When a Man Is In Love With a Man" The Bird Who Continues to Eat the Rabbit's Flower EP
The Gossip "Where the Girls Are" That's Not What I Heard
Le Tigre "New Kicks" This Island
Colin Clary and the Magogs "Remember In November" For Whom the Casio Tolls
Men In Fur "Theme Song (Elisa)" Invited to Dinner
Ulysses "Glacier" 010
Fur Cups For Teeth "Mystery Train" Allergic 2 Fur



The computer in main air isn't working, so I can't do the live playlist thing today. :(

I'll post the playlist sometime later today.

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