Here's the playlist from the Industrial Strength Blend on 5/22/93. This is my show on KZSU, 90.1 FM, on Saturday night (technically Sunday morning) from midnight to 3AM.
A sound bed (background music for talking) is indicated by "BED:". I indicate things mixed together (played simultaneously) with curly brackets.
Artist: Cut: Album: BED: ZGA Mnemonia End of An Epic Gabrielle Roth & Raven Bones the Mirrors Ultraviolet The Trip (Down the the NEW 12" Catastrophe Rabbitt Hole Mix) Club Nouveau Under A Nouveau Groove Under A Nouveau Groove BED: Duran Duran Tiger Tiger Seven and the Ragged Tiger P Children Slow Blue Bite Documentation '87-'92 Sun Ra Thither and Yon Cosmic Tones Nguyen this Tac Ta Em la con gai Bac Ninh Music from Viet Nam thi Hinh (compilation) BED: Bach 12 Little Preludes Igor Kipnis Bach on Harpsicord and Clavicord Jack Kerouac/ The Wheel of the Poetry for the Beat Generation Steve Allen Quivering Meat Conception Mandible Chatter Three Days of Grey Drinking Out the Hourglass Deanta King of the Blues Deanta BED: Sze-Chak Water Lily 11 Centuries of Chinese Classical Music Psychic TV Horror House Towards the Infinite Beat Haydn/Tom Allegretto/ Piano Sonatas Constanten Finale: Presto Fatala Boke' (N' Yaraloum-Ma) Gongoma Times BED: Tsinandali Choir Chakrulo Table Songs of Georgia Switchblade Symphony Chain Fable Single Gun Theory Open Grave Exorcise this Wasteland Diamanda Galas See That My Grave is The Singer Kept Clear BED: Sze-Chak Water Lily 11 Centuries of Chinese (etc.) Skinny Puppy Monster Radio Man Back & Forth Heavans to Betsy Monsters These Monsters are Real (7") Data Bank A We Have No Names Salad Days BED: ZGA God's Plant End of An Epic Front Line Assembly Remorse Tactical Neural Implant Voivod Freedom Angel Rat Bongwater The Real Thing The Big Sell Out BED: M. Norman Opening Titles James Bond: Ten Year Aniversery Grotus Malthusela Brown David Bowie The Supermen The Man Who Sold the Wolrd Negativland I Am God Free The 2AM 45 Minute Set on the theme: Music for Socialists Consolidated Labor & Leisure Play More Music Black 47 James Connoly Black 47 Clash Spanish Bombs London Calling Soviet Army Chorus & Song of the Machine Songs of the Revolution Band Gun Adrian Belew Pretty Pink Rose Young Lions Battlefield Band I Am the Common Man Feed the Folk (compilation) Midnight Oil River Runs Red Blue Sky Mining Bad Religion Misery & Famine Against the Grain Ani Difranco Not So Soft Not So Soft Billy Bragg The World Turned Feed the Folk (compilation) Upside Down Gang of Gour Capital (it fails us A Brief History of the now) 20th Century Stiff Little Finger Silver Lining Live & Loud! Sweat Engine Need Some Below San Onofre Xtal Black Russian Everything Crash BED: Ashwin Batish Star Power Album #1 - Fusion of Rock & Indian Music Code Industry Failure to Succeed Method of Assembly Manufacture My Destiny Voice of World Control Eno/Cale Been There Done That Wrong Way Up Next week is "Album Week" at KZSU, so if you tune in to my show you'll get to hear three complete albums: Grotus Slow Motion Apocalypse Latest effort from the San Francisco industrial band. A great record, and with luck we'll have a Joe Radio interview with the band. Cop Shoot Cop Ask Questions Later Increasingly imppressive music from the Band With Two Bass's... Many cuts have an industrial feel, some are more metal, some are more gothic. Check out "Room 429" for an example of what pop music would be like in a sane world. Sleeping Dogs Wake Threnody Late 80's industrial-gothic work: simply an amazing job. And don't neglect the rest of the album week shows, either. I know DJ Trauma is going to be playing the new CD from Aurora as well as the incredibly rare Switchblade Symphony CD (he's on before me, at 9PM on Saturday), and I know Rancid is planning to do the metal/industrial sounds of Soulstorm (Friday afternoon at 3PM). Eventually the whole schedule will be posted on ba.music, and I'll probably do a more detailed announcement about the industrial stuff on rec.music.industrial.