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Noise to Annihilate a Few Seconds Playlist for October 4, 2002 from 7-10pm

Background: Various--Electronic Kabuki Mambo--Locust Records

Thorns--Nobody Learns--s/t

n-Mr Lif--Phantom--12”--Def Jux
Arto Lindsay--Mundo Civilizando--Mundo Civilizando
n-Dancing Cigarettes--Pop Doormat--1980-1981--Gulcher
Red Monkey--Bike Song--Difficult is Easy--Troubleman Unlimited
Lucky Sperm--Yes We Can--Somewhat Humerous--Jagjaguwar
Tosca--28/20--La Furia Del Tango
n,c--Reckless Bastards--She’s the Girl in the Car w/ the Glasses and the Gun--The Necessary Effect--Xeroid
Germs--Lexicon Devil--s/t
Brother JT--Watcha Gonna Do--Maybe We Should Take Some More--Birdman

n-Kyle Buckmann, Scott Rosenberg, Michael Zerang--Spark:Spewn--Six Synaptics
Dead Moon--Two Fell Away--Crack in the System
Sick Bees--Sunset--7”
The Shadows--Stingray--Shadows Are Go
c-The Torchbearers--Know They’re You--Resurrection
Boredoms--Okinawa Rasta Beef (Mockin Fuzz)--Pop Totari
Better Off Airport--AARIP--Vivre
n-Urban Renewal Program--Rhythm Out (RJD2 Remix)--Rhythm Out--Chocolate Industries
Eric B and Rakim--I Ain’t No Joke--Paid in Full

Tim Perkis--Abandoned Dacha--Five 7”
r-Can--Spoon--Ege Bamyassi--Mute
n-Komputer--Keep Rocking--Market Led--Mute
US Maple--Babe--Acre Thrills
c-Drain--M.R.--Love and Napalm Vol.2 7”
n-Kitty Brazelton--Dogwood Petals and Harmonies--Chamber Music for the Inner Ear--CRI
n-The Washdown--We Call it Lakima--s/t--Lookout
Sticks and Stones--Along the Way--Storm Coming 7”
Satan’s Pilgrims--Squad Car--At Home With...

Fifty Foot Hose--If Not This Time--Cauldron
Bunny Brains--Mr Tommy H.A.L.(Mix)--Beach Bunny Bingos 10”
Techno Animal--Atomic Buddha--Demonoid 12”
n-The Vacancies--Head Case--Gut Punch--Smog Veil
Von LMO--Ultra Violet Light--Future Language
c-Charlie Cuevias--Do You Wanna Jump--Desperate Rock’n’Roll vol. 4
Boogie Down Productions--Sex and Violence--Sex and Violence
n,c--The Riverboat Gamblers--Don’t Look at Me--Already Gone

Erasergun--Thepunkstrumpet--For What We Are About to Receive--Silly Bird
n,c-The Crew--Why Did You Leave Me Baby?--Kicksville Vol. 2--Norton
r-New Wet Kojak--Do the Math--Number 4 EP

n-Shadow Ring--The Riverside--Lindus

-this was my first full show of the fall schedule. unfortunately, I don't get another one for 2 full weeks. I have an orchestra concert next week, and am preempted by sports on the 18th.
-having the concert calendar at the start of my show is a pain in the ass. guess it could be worse, though
-I really like that erasergun record. good grimy swampish rock. and I generally like the rest of the silly bird stuff as well. they're a pretty decent label who I"m glad we (re)discovered
-that dancing cigarettes record is absolutely awesome. more prb people need to play it. same goes for von lmo
-the shadow ring is positively creepy. and having dr cosmo mess with it at the end, infinitely more creepy
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