Anodyne playlist for 01/19/2009

Program name: 
Back To The Egg
Air date: 
Stan RidgwayDon't Box Me InRumblefish Original SoundtrackA&M, 1983
TalkdemonicShattered Into DyesEyes At Half MastArena Rock Recording Co, 2008
SpoonDon't Buy The RealisticTelephonoMatador, 1996
Half Man Half BiscuitNational Shite DayCSI:AmblesideProbe Plus, 2008
SpizzenergiWhere's Captain KirkWhere's Captain Kirk 7"Rough Trade, 1979
Oingo BoingoWild Sex (In The Working Class)Nothing To FearA&M, 1982
Romeo VoidUndercover KeptBenefactor415 Records, 1982
JapanCantonese BoyTin DrumVirgin, 1981
DeerhunterNothing Ever HappenedMicrocastle / Weird Era Cont.Kranky, 2008
The Shaky HandsAir Better ComeLung LightKill Rock Stars, 2008
TrioKummerTrioUniversal, 1982
Flash & The PanMidnight ManEarly Morning Wake Up CallEpic, 1984
MinistryN.W.O. (Update Mix)RantologySanctuary, 2005
U2MLKThe Unforgettable FireIsland, 1984
Sonic YouthTitanium ExposeGooDGC, 1990
DJ SpookyScanner / William S. Burroughs + Martin OlsonRhythm ScienceSub Rosa, 2003
King GeedorahNext LevelsYou Don't Know compilationNinja Tune, 2008
CopracrescentDo My ThingPDX Pop Now! 2008self, 2008
M.I.A.20 DollarKalaXL, 2008
SantogoldStarstruckSantogoldDowntown, 2008
Depeche ModeAre People People? (Re-remixed by Adrian Sherwood)Master & Servant German 12"Mute, 1984
BattlesLeyendeckerMirroredWarp, 2007
The DecemberistsThe Rake's SongHazards Of LoveCapitol, 2009
The JamAway From The NumbersSnapMercury, 1983
BuzzcocksEver Fallen In Love (live)Entertaining FriendsI.R.S., 1979
The PoliceHole In My Life (live)CertifiableA&M, 2008
The ClashArmagideon Time (live)Live At Shea StadiumEpic, 1982
Neko CasePeople Got A Lotta NerveMiddle CycloneANTI-, 2009
EFitting In With The MisfitsA Man Called EPolydor, 1992
Elvis Costello(I Don't Wanna Go To) ChelseaTaking LibertiesColumbia, 1980
Joe JacksonGot The TimeLook Sharp!A&M, 1979
Alela DianeWhite As DiamondsTo Be StillRough Trade, 2009
Dan BernPresidentMy Country II EPMessenger, 2004

Thanks for the requests! I’m always glad when it works out and I or KBOO actually have the songs that people want to hear. Dumpster Dave requested Buzzcocks’ “Ever Fallen In Love” and there just happened to be a live version in the KBOO library. He called back a little later to request The Clash’s “Armagideon Time”, and I was just about to play a different cut off The Clash - Live At Shea Stadium. Serendipity is what I think they call it.

And then there is the guy that calls weekly requesting Ministry’s “N.W.O” - he needs it to make his time at work go by faster. KBOO (and KPSU) used to get me through long evenings doing data entry for the post office, so I can totally relate.


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