Here's the playlist (as promised on the air) from the Industrial Strength Blend. This is my show on KZSU, 90.1FM, on Saturday night (technically Sunday morning, 1/24/93) from midnight to 3AM.
Have any ideas for me? I take email requests.
Artist: Cut: Album: Terra Vox Strategik Shadows Symptom of a Specific Culture Machines of Loving Cicciolina Machines of Loving Grace Grace Leonard Cohen Democracy The Future Sunra Freindly Galaxy Purple Night Mynox Layh Moogs respectus Jonathan Richman That Summer Feeling I, Jonathan Buzzcocks Sixteen Again Vinyl Solution Jem Imp No 9 Voice of Eye King Lear Mariner Soniq Susan James Run Life Between Two Worlds Tohban Djan Blue Seed A Confederacy of Dances Phew The Last Song Out Likeness African Rain Rise Up African Rain Jean Michael Jarre Oxygene 4 The Essential Jean Michael Jarre Magnapop Pleasant Valley Here No Evil Sunday Gary Clail The Emotional Hooligan The Emotional Hooligan Malcom X By Any Means Necessary The Wisdom of Malcom X Might Force 3rd World Drummer Hypnovel Nation Killbilly Don't Tread on Me Don't Tread on Me Patti Smith Till Victory Easter Skinny Puppy Sore in a Masterpiece/ Back & Forth Dead of Winter The Roches Want Not, Want Not Feed the Folk Bonzo DoBand What to do? Keynsham Pete Townsend Let's See Action Who Came First Balafon I Already Have a Balafon Husband Pink Floyd Set the Controls for Ummagumma the Heart of the Sun Bizarre Inc X-Static Energique Falling Joys Psychohum Psychohum Leonard Cohen Waiting for a Miracle The Future Gary Clail Escape The Emotional Hooligan Non-Aggression Pact Done Gesticulate Corporation of One City Under Seige Smokin' Hip House The Havering Cheap & Twisted Times So This is Life? Ministry Quick Fix Just One Fix Meat Beat Manifesto Placebo Satyricon Timothy Leary You Can Be Anyone You Can Be Anyone This Time Around This Time Around William Shatner Lucy in the Sky with Golden Throats Diamonds Leonard Cohen Closing Time The Future Skiffle Bunch The 3 Seasons Pan Classics Solid State Logic Rise Rise/Ultrastate Skinny Puppy Monster Radio Man Back & Forth Well, most of the technical problems weren't my fault this time, and the better stuff I was trying probably came out okay, like mixing the Malcom X on top of Mighty Force. And the 45 minute uninterrupted set I did at the end was a bit easier to work out that I expected, which is good, since I've announced it as a regular feature. So tune in next week, and if you can stick it out until 2AM, you should hear me do a 45 minute set on this announced theme: Music for techies, technoids and technogeeks. Everything from cyberpunk to sci-fi, and maybe even all the way to the scientific... and as always, some Industrial music for Industrial people.