Daily Archives: September 24, 2017

Intergalactic Wasabi Mix Playlist – 2017/09/24 – Garage & Bass Mix

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title / artist
Things We Do For Love / Sticky, Kele Le Roc
Hi Rollers / CJ Reign, Proton
Helter Skelter / Tessela
U N Me / Mind Of A Dragon
Deeper / So Solid Crew
Party Time (Feat. Mc Bonez & Robbie Rue) (Instrumental) / DJ Q
Don’t Play / Mr. Virgo
Rawkus / Brackles
30 Degre / T. Williams
Chemotaxis / Etch
Smoke & Lasers / Murder He Wrote
Trellick / Mella Dee
Hurt You So 99 (True Dub Stepper) / True Steppers
Descarga Flavour / Sunship
Voices (Radio Mix) / Link
Lean Back / Tony Rocky Horror
Get A Job / Brackles
Don’t Judge Me / FooR, Dekar Da Don

SUYF! Shards 12: DJ Chau has not forgotten you!

Listen to DJ Chau rock the interwebs in Hour 1 and celebrate DJ Julius’s return from the island in Hour 2!  You got nothing on me King Kong! Happy Birthday Snugs!

Archived 9/24/2017 3 min dead air (63:24)between hours.  Worth the wait!

Hour 2

  1. How Could I Be Such a Fool – Frank Zappa: Unmitigated Audacity
  2. the hard one – The Beta Band: Best of the Beta Band
  3. Beira Mar – Lula Cortes & Ze Ramalho: Paebiru
  4. Stars Fell on Alabama – Billie Holiday
  5. Chilly Winds Don’t Blow – Nina Simone: How It Feels to Be Free
  6. Misty Morning – Duke Ellington: Centenary Celebration
  7. E luxo so – Joao Gilberto: O Mito
  8. How High the Moon – Pupi Campo: Latin Lounge
  9. New Orleans Instrumental – R.E.M.: Automatic for the People
  10. Weekend in New England – Barry Manilow: Another Life
  11. Birthday – Sugar Cubes: Life’s Too Good
  12. 1969 – The Stooges: The Stooges
  13. I Wanna Be Your Dog – The Stooges: The Stooges
  14. Death Trip – The Stooges: Funhouse
King Kong Poster
A film crew goes to a tropical island for an exotic location shoot and discovers a colossal giant gorilla who takes a shine to their female blonde star. He is then captured and brought back to New York City for public exhibition.