Tracklist —————– Lost Area – Biomech Decoded Feedback – Ragescape 3 Times 6 – You Can Run Apoptygma Berzerk – Fade to Black Interface – Destination (Code 64 Remix) The Horrorist – Wire to the Ear Mini – Chronicles (Remix) The Hacker – Radiation Umo Detic – Fahrenheit U-Tek – Das Mass Der Dinge Stuff – Darkstar Renegade Soundwave – Thunder The Sixteen Steps – Signals from the South Bandicoots Lying Under Red Kangaroos – !!* † Alexis Voice – Tyrian Elektrubadur – Eldblommor † Bal Paré – Herz aus Stein
Tracklist —————– ADULT. – Nite Life The Horrorist – Power is Force Atari Teenage Riot – Delete Yourself! You Got No Chance to Win! (Live) Land of Giants – Cannibal Dolls Nine Circles – This is the Rose Rammstein – Leichzeit The Horrorist – The Virus Legowelt – Disco Rout Simian Mobile Disco – Tits & Acid Frittenbude – Electrofikkkke Gang Gang Dance – House Jam System Soniq – Mister President freezepop – super-sprøde Datarock – See What I Care A.R.E. Weapons – F What You Like
Tracklist —————– Band Aid – Do They Know It’s Christmas? Paul Young – Everytime You Go Away Culture Club – Miss Me Blind Duran Duran – The Reflex U2 – Pride in the Name of Love The Police – Every Breath You Take Wham! – Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go Phil Collins – Sussudio (2016 Remastered) The Boomtown Rats – I Don’t Like Mondays The Style Council – You’re the Best Thing
I featured the 1984 collaborative single “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” by Band Aid. I then played tracks from famous artists who participated in this project. I’d like to thank fellow SDF member xmanmonk again for being my special co-host for this show.
“Band Aid is a charity supergroup featuring mainly British and Irish musicians and recording artists. It was founded in 1984 by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure to raise money for anti-famine efforts in Ethiopia by releasing the song “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” for the Christmas market that year. On 25 November 1984, the song was recorded at Sarm West Studios in Notting Hill, London, and was released in the UK on Monday December 3. The single surpassed the hopes of the producers to become the Christmas number one on that release. Three subsequent re-recordings of the song to raise further money for charity also topped the charts, first the Band Aid II version in 1989 and the Band Aid 20 version in 2004 and finally the Band Aid 30 version in 2014. The original was produced by Midge Ure. The 12” version was mixed by Trevor Horn.” (Wikipedia)
Tracklist —————– Loretta Lynn – Away In A Manger The Bangles – Hazy Shade of Winter Boney M – Mary’s Boy Child / Oh My Lord Wham! – Last Christmas (Single Version) Band Aid – Do They Know It’s Christmas? She Wants Revenge – Kidnap the Sandy Claws Nightmare Before Christmas – This is Halloween Shonen Knife – All I Want For Christmas… The Four Aces – Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer K.D. Lang – Don’t Be a Lemming Polka Snow – Informer Elmo & Patsy – Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer Loretta Lynn – Country Christmas Jimmy Eat World – 12.23.95 Smashing Pumpkins – Christmastime (Sadlands Demo) Boney M – Zion’s Daughter Luscious Jackson – Let It Snow
Tracklist —————– LowRIDERz – Unplug from the Machine Kraftwerk – Computer World (2009 – Remaster) Marcel Dettmann – Linux Gregory Shiff – How Young Am I? LFO vs. F.U.S.E – Loop Metope – Agapi Richard Hanno – I Have Seen Things Stuart King – Carmen – Ko Tao Mix Jean-Michel Jarre & Boys Noize – The Time Machine Juno Reactor – Trans Siberian Art of Trance – Cambodia (Clanger Remix) Danny Electro – Part Man Part Machine DMX Krew – Blimp Beats Basic Channel – Mills Mix Binärpilot – Gunchip 1986 Nautilus B (Elektronaut) Massive Attack – I Against I
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Join us for wild adventures through classic “choose-your-own-adventure” stories where all decisions in the books are up to the listeners. Voice your choices on SDF “com”, IRC, Mastodon, or whatever other way you can reach tomasino.
Choose Your Own Adventure is intended to be a family-friendly show; however, the stories are not pre-read and may contain surprises for the reader as well.
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Choose Your Own Adventure Series
The Cave of Time (#1) – Edward Packard – Episode 4
Journey Under the Sea (#2)- R. A. Montgomery – Episode 5
By Baloon to the Sahara (#3) – Douglas Terman
Space and Beyond (#4) – R. A. Montgomery
The Mystery of Chmney Rock (#5) – Edward Packard
Your Code Name is Jonah (#6) – Edward Packard
The Third Planet from Altair (#7) – Edward Packard
Deadwood City (#8) – Edward Packard
Who Killed Harlowe Thrombey (#9) – Edward Packard – Episode 7
The Lost Jewels of Nabooti (#10) – R. A. Montgomery
Mystery of the Maya (#11) – R. A. Montgomery
Inside UFO (#12) – Edward Packard
The Abominable Snowman (#13) – R. A. Montgomery – Episode 6
The Forbidden Castle (#14) – Edward Packard
House of Danger (#15) – R. A. Montgomery
Survival at Sea (#16) – Edward Packard
The Race Forever (#17) – R. A. Montgomery
Underground Kingdom (#18) – Edward Packard
Secret of the Pyramids (#19) – Richard Brightfield
Tonight we read The Trumpet of Terror, by Deborah Lerme Goodman. This book looks surprisingly well-written with excellent references to Norse mythology.
Intro music is the Icelandic folk-song Krummavísur. The English translation of the lyrics are:
The raven slept in a rock-rift On a cold winters night There are many things that can hurt him Many things that can hurt him Before a beautiful day came He pulls his frozen nose From underneath a big rock Underneath a big rock Everything is frozen outside You can’t get anything at the beach I’m so hungry I’m so hungry If I go to a house Fat at home (a nickname for The dog) forbids me To pluck from the garbage To pluck from the garbage The earth is covered in ice There is nowhere to set the table Full-fledged birds can fly far. Full-fledged birds can fly far. But even though I look everywhere There’s just one color What can a raven eat What can a raven eat? Dead, lying on its side is A fat mutton near a fence, Who once was fast. Once was fast. ‘Caw, caw! Ravens, come here! Caw, caw! cos’ ready for us is, a feast on cold ice. a feast on cold ice.
You know the christmas cat that cat is very large We dont know where he came from nor where he has gone He opened his eyes widely glowing both of them it was not for cowards to look into them His hair sharp as needles his back was high and bulgy and claws on his hairy paw were not a pretty sight Therefore the women competed to rock and sow and spin and knitted colorful clothes or one little sock For the cat could not come and get the little children they had to get new clothes from the grownups When christmas eve was lighted and the cat looked inside the children stood straight and red-cheeked with their presents He waved his strong tail he jumped, scratched and blew and was either in the valley or out on the headland He walked about, hungry and mean in hurtfully cold christmas snow and kindled the hearts with fear in every town If outside one heard a weak “meaow” then unluck was sure to happen all knew he hunted men and didnt want mice He followed the poorer people who didnt get any new clothing near christmas – and tried and lived in poorest conditions From them he took at the same time all their christmas food and ate them also themselves if he could Therefore the women competed to rock and sow and spin and knitted colorful clothes or one little sock Some had gotten an apron and some had got a new shoe or anything that was needful but that was enough For pussy should not eat no-one who got some new piece of clothes She hissed with her ugly voice and ran away If she still exists I dont know but for nothing would be his trip if everybody would get next christmas some new rag You may want to keep it in mind to help if there is need for somewhere there might be children who get nothing at all Mayhaps that looking for those who suffer from lack of plentiful lights will give you a happy season and merry christmas