Tracklist —————- Orbital – Deeper (Edit) Koichi Sato x Mika Kitten – Sunset Drive (Original Mix) Dense & Pika – Cult Carl Craig – Brainfreeze (Edit) Jeff Mills – Late Night (Mills Mix) Underground Resistance – Kut Meat Beat Manifesto – Radio Babylon (The Freakazoids Remix) Professor X – StatiX Drexciya – You Don’t Know Paranoid London – We Make Acid (SDF leader smj calls in)
Special THANKS to smj for calling in to the show. Please don’t forget:
Celebrate UNIX50 and SDF32 Presented by USENIX and SDF
WHEN: Wednesday, 10-Jul-2019, from 6PM to 9PM WHERE: Living Computers Museum and Labs – 2245 1st Ave S. Seattle, WA 98134 WHAT: See and interact with: – USENIX conference attendees, SDF members and Bell Labs alumni – Enjoy snacks – Several restored mainframe and minicomputers running UNIX including: – DEC PDP-7a running Version 0 Unics (in progress) – A Honeywell 6180 panel running Multics – Interdata 7/32 running 6th Edition – PDP-11/70 running 7th Edition – VAX-11/780-5 running 8th Edition – VAX-11/730 running 4.3 BSD – PDP-11/84 running 2.11 BSD – Former SDF AT&T 3B2/500 running SVR3 with a BLIT graphics terminal – and several more
Plus a LIVE ambient DJ set by yours truly — DJing remotely from Toronto, Canada!
Can’t attend? We will have a VoIP conference bridge running as well as a live stream interactive chat (SDF COMMODE or ‘com’ chat) projected on a large screen!
Tracklist —————- The Prodigy – What Evil Lurks The Prodigy – Break and Enter The Prodigy – Voodoo People The Prodigy – One Love The Prodigy – Android The Prodigy – Charly (Original Mix) The Prodigy – Their Law The Prodigy – We Gonna Rock The Prodigy – Smack My Bitch Up (Edit) The Prodigy – Breathe The Prodigy – Firestarter The Prodigy – Mind Fields The Prodigy – Funky Shit The Prodigy – Medusa’s Path The Prodigy – You’ll Be Under My Wheels The Prodigy – Phoenix The Prodigy – Hot Ride
I fondly remember the very first CD ever that I inserted into my first DJ equipment and the very first track that I played on it — The Prodigy’s “Smack My Bitch Up” from the “Smack My Bitch Up EP” pictured below:
I am a huge fan of The Prodigy… and so I am really sad that Keith is no longer with us to make more awesome music. He is probably one of the coolest punks that I have ever known. May he rest in peace.
Tonight on the Intergalactic Wasabi Mix on aNONradio, we celebrated SINGLES’ AWARENESS DAY (S.A.D.)!! WE SINGLES ALSO NEED TO BE RECOGNIZED THIS WEEK!! So in honour of all my fellow singles in the world, I played pretty SAD classic songs in this special Intergalactic Wasabi episode. Get your Kleenex box and cry pillows ready.
Tracklist —————- Carpenters – Goodbye to Love Roy Clark – Thank God and Greyhound The J. Geils Band – Love Stinks Nazareth – Love Hurts Eric Carmen – All By Myself The Cars – Bye Bye Love The Everly Brothers – Bye Bye Love The Hollies – Have You Ever Loved Somebody The Foundations – Lonely & Sad Mark Dinning – Teen Angel Dickey Lee – Patches The Four Coins – I’ll Never Love Again Frank Wilson & The Cavaliers – Last Kiss Paul Anka – Lonely Boy Lesley Gore – You Don’t Own Me Lou Christie – Tell Laura I Love Her Carpenters – Superstar Rod Stewart – Maggie May Pat Benatar – Love Is A Battlefield
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 —————– Squeeze – Cool for Cats The Cure – The Lovecats Timbuk 3 – Facts About Cats Cyndi Lauper – Like A Cat Al Stewart – Year of the Cat Adrian Belew – Big Electric Cat Echo & The Bunnymen – Bring on the Dancing Horses Duran Duran – Tiger, Tiger The Psychedelic Furs – Heaven Limahl – The Neverending Story Fiction Factory – (Feels Like) Heaven Stray Cats – Stray Cat Strut Real Life – Send Me An Angel Alphaville – Sounds Like a Melody The Cure – Just Like Heaven
I’d like to dedicate this show to Marcello, our dear SDF friend christyotwisty’s cat, who passed last week… also to froggyme’s cousin’s cat Hannibal… and to all the cats, including my very own Muggsy, who have left this world and gone to cat heaven. May they all rest in peace. (photo courtesy of christyotwisty)
Stacey Q – Two of Hearts
Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart (The 1980 Martin Hannett Tapes)
Simple Minds – Don’t You (Forget About Me)
Eddy Grant – Gimme Hope Jo’anna
10,000 Maniacs – Candy Everybody Wants
Asia – Heat of the Moment
Electronic – Disappointed (2006 Remastered 7” Single Mix)
Foreigner – Juke Box Hero
Depeche Mode – Strangelove (Maxi Mix Version)
As a tradition in the Intergalactic Wasabi Mix – every last Wednesday of the month I invite fellow SDF member xmanmonk to be my co-host and invite a special guest. Today’s special guest was SDF member/anonradio.net fan ‘koenig’. I had a great time doing this show with these two great people. Thank you xmanmonk and koenig! You guys were awesome!! Thank you too to all the listeners and DAMGUD CYBERCHATTERS on ‘com’ and ‘irc’! There were hiccups in the beginning of the show (maybe something wrong with my Linphone audio setup or something else!) BUT I think we had a great time. Both guests picked awesome tunes to play too!! For more info about koenig, visit his homepage at koenig.sdf.org. Follow xmanmonk and koenig on Mastodon – mastodon.sdf.org/@koenig and mastodon.sdf.org/@xmanmonk.
koenig nominated SDF member christyotwisty as our next guest! Waiting for response from CoT! He he.
00:34 Toronto – Even the Score
03:54 (Talk with guests)
12:27 Big Country – Big Country
16:08 (Talk with guests)
17:55 Nik Kershaw – Wouldn’t It Be Good
22:22 (Talk with guests)
23:08 Peter Cetera – Glory of Love
26:35 (Talk with guests)
28:06 The Dream Academy – Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want
31:07 (Talk with guests)
36:13 Luftwaffe – Epitaph
42:54 (Talk with guests)
44:33 Tears for Fears – Woman in Chains (feat. Oleta Adams)
50:37 (Talk with guests)
51:38 Donnie Iris – Ah! Leah!
55:13 Thomas Dolby – She Blinded Me With Science
My guests on this show were fellow SDF members xmanmonk and ricardus. I asked them to pick their favourite 80s tunes and we played them during the live show. I picked the very first song. We did not have enough time to play all of them but I will be playing the rest on the next 80s synth and new wave night next Tuesday. I really had a great time with them on this show. Thank you xmanmonk and ricardus for the awesome show!
For this show, I used SDF VoIP’s call-out-to-the-PSTN feature to which I recently subscribed to. The subscription is really cheap/very affordable. USD 15 per quarter and you can get to call any numbers all over the world – unlimited! What more can I ask for?! It worked so well! I was very impressed with ricardus’ telephone sound quality – it was so clear! xmanmonk’s phone audio quality was good too but not as perfect as ricardus’.
I will be doing the same format again on the last Tuesday of December. It looks like I will be asking another really awesome SDF member koenig (picked by ricardus… haha) to be my next guest together with my regular guest/co-host xmanmonk.
00:00 (Show Intro)
00:12 Modern English – Someone’s Calling
03:58 Skeletal Family – Promised Land
08:10 Xmal Deutschland – Qual (12″ Remix)
12:07 Fra Lippo Lippi – A Moment Like This
15:27 Joy Division – Isolation
17:44 (Interviewing The Monroes’ Tony Ortiz)
30:37 The Monroes – What Do All The People Know
34:06 (Interviewing The Monroes’ Tony Ortiz)
46:21 The Monroes – Stones Against The Rain
Tony Ortiz – vocals for the San Diego-based 80s new wave band “The Monroes” – was our special guest on the Intergalactic Wasabi show! THANK YOU SO MUCH TONY for being such a cool guest!! What a very cool and down-to-earth guy! I have asked fellow SDF member xmanmonk to co-host with me for this special show and he did a really awesome job! Thank you so much xmanmonk!… and HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! 🙂 xmanmonk knows Tony personally.
I also would like to thank all the SDF members who were on ‘com’ in the ‘anonradio’ room for their participation during the live show. I am really so fortunate for being a part of this very awesome community!!… and of course, thank you to all the people who tuned in!
I am also very thankful to the SDF Public Access UNIX System for the very useful SDF VoIP service that made all the telephonic activities possible tonight.
Please check out Tony’s Facebook page by clicking here.
Please watch The Monroes performed live on The Merv Griffin Show in 1982: