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Noise to Annihilate a Few Seconds Playlist for September 18, 2002 from 10 pm-2am

Focus: Lee Ranaldo Interview

Background: John Cage/Steve Reich--Three Dances and Four Organs

Sonic Youth--Becuz--Washing Machine

Interview Part 1

Sonic Youth/Steve Reich--Pendulum Music--Goodbye 20th Century
Sonic Youth/Cornelius Cardew--Treatise pg 183--Goodbye 20th Century
Momus--MC Escher--The Little Red Songbook

Interview Part 2

r-Sonic Youth--Genetic--100%
n-Sleater-Kinney--Set Aside--One Beat

Interview Part 3-4

The Hanatarash--Mind Man/Ponchobilly/My Tooth is Sore Diamond--4
n-Wolf Eyes--side 2--…Fuck Pete Larsen
r-US Maple--Running From Kebab--Talker

Interview Part 5
Husker Du--New Day Rising--New Day Rising
n-Q and Not U--This are Flashes--Different Damage
The Miss--Question and Answer Session--No Radio

Interview Part 6

Oxes--Kaz Hayashi--7”
n-Die Toldliche Doris--Shuld-Strukter--Nursery Rhymes for True Fools of the Grail
Starlight Desperation--Citizen--Show What a Baby Won’t
n-Philip Jeck/Jacob Kirkegaard--track 2--Soaked
c-Le Syndicat--no title--Dry Lungs
Guitar Wolf--Wild Zero--Planet of the Wolves
n-Aim of Conrad--Keith Richards--Aim of Conrad/Transistor Transistor split 7”

Lee Hazlewood--It’s Monday Morning--Requiem for an Almost Lady
Matching Mole--Nan’s True Hole--Little Red Record
Rhys Chatham--Cadenza--Factor X
Trash--Glider to Sam--Mihawaka
Dälek--Images of .44 Casings--Negro Necro Nekros

Peter Laughner--Cinderella Backstreet--7”
n,c-F. Cimbalo--Cu Sgarra Paga--La Musica Della Mafia
The Fall--I Am Damo Suzuki--This Nation Saving Grace
Peter Jeffries--The Fate of the Human Carbine--The Last Great Challenge in a Dull World
n-Swans--Blood and Honey--Feel Good Now
c-Shadow Ring--C-Out--Put Out C-Out
Thumbnail--Risk and Return--s/t

n-Tara Jane O’Neil and Daniel Littleton--Ooh La La…--Music for a Meteor Shower
c-Pretty Mighty Mighty--Pretty Bride Waltz--Burnt Blast of Sienna 7”
Fishermen’s Stew--Tear Down the Fences--7” EP
Caroliner--Climbing Jacob’s Ladder Through the Fireplace--Rise of the Common Woodpile

-Today was my last show on wednesdays. starting next week, I'll be on fridays from 7-10pm (I think)
-I went an extra hour because I lost an hour to the interview, but I had pulled 3 hours of music and didn't really want to put it all back without playing.
-the lee ranaldo interview was fun to air. apparently a bunch of people from the message boards were listening. I had some guy from somewhere in virginia call up like 3 times
-I'm definitely a fan of the new Wolf Eyes. I was pleasently surprised by the q and not u
-finding pretty mighty mighty on a comp here was entertaining. they're from columbus and I actually had heard of them before coming here. 
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