Here's the playlist from the Industrial Strength Blend on 6/27/93. 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:".
Artist: Cut: Album: BED: M^third power Brainwaves Twitch v.7 Run Tings Fires Burning Twitch V.6 God Machine What Time is Love? Home KLF What Time is Love? CD single BED: J. Barry Main Theme On Her 10th Anniversary James Bond Majestys Secret Service Free Kitten Skinny Butt Call Now Black Moon Who Got the Props 12" single 808 State 10x10 Gorgeous BED: Shamen Boss Drum Twitch V. 10 Front 242 Mutilate Up Evil Port Jeffries/Robbie The Fate of the Human coll: Making Losers Happy; Muir Carbine The Murmurs Venom of Violence Who Are We BED: Smooth You've Been Played Menace II Society (soundtrack) Va-Bank Black Flag Va-Bank in the Kitchen Einstuerzende Salamandrina Interim Neubatuen BED: Brian Eno The Lost Day Ambient 4 Producers for Bob Bob's Media Ecology 2 cut 2 Amygadala Strap on Coleslaw 7" Negativland We Are Driven Free BED: L.Bricusse/ Goldfinger (instrum) 10th Anniversary James Bond A.Newlwy/J.Barry Switchblade Symphony Chain Fable Miranda Sex Garden Iris Iris Sade Haunt Me Love is Stronger Than Paradise BED: Mandible Chatter 3 Days of Grey Drinking Out the HourGlass Manufacture Many Machines The Voice of World Control Perry Botkin 22 Machines Combines Level 42 World Macine World Macine The 45 Minute Set: Snakes BED: Tiny Parham Snake Eyes Tiny Parham's South Side Jazz Orchestra Gabrielle Roth & Snake Bones the Mirrors Markus James Head Fulla Snakes Spirit Gate Shriekback Black Light Trap Big Night Music Anonymous Snake Attack 7" single Sixth Comm Serpent Dance Seething Slamhound Hunters The Snake Sheds its Private Jungle Skin Third Person Snake Oil The Bends Robin Hitchcock & Serpent at the Gates Respect The Egyptians of Wisdom Shriekback The Reptiles and I Big Night Music Bill Nelson Snake with Wings A Catalogue of Obsessins. Well that set was going really good, when the CD player decided to skip on the Robin Hitchcock and then I chimed in with some technical errors of my own. *Almost* made it. Oh well. And next week I'm thinking about doing 45 minutes of pieces all shorter than a minute, which will require me to swap disks and cue records at an incredible rate. I hope I can pull this off, it'll be one virtuoso DJ performance.... Well, maybe I'll come to my senses by then, and do something else.