Sunday, May 22, 2011


I'm breaking it here, I'm pretty sure-ish. this is a bit out of bounds, but I'm enjoying it so I'm passing it along. I stumbled across a podcast on (there are tons of podcasts there, which strikes me as something that might cause a problem sometime,) and thought it sounded interesting. The main thing that jumped out at me is that I found it today and it must've just been posted within the week; and I found it because I was searching the audio archives for "slug."

The Last Hangover before Judgement Day 5/15/11

Here's the text:

Rev. Marc Time plays end of the world records to get ready for Harold Camping's Judgement Day this Saturday. Marc challenges Camping to leave the airwaves if nothing happens.
Also and interview with current reigning Slug Queen Slugasana about her event at McDonald Theater Friday.

I'm enjoying (a lot) hearing a King Crimson song in this context. Here's the playlist:

10:00AM Jonathan Donald Productions “Nuclear Test” from America Enters the Atomic Age

10:03AM King Crimson “Epitaph” from In the Court of the Crimson King (CD, Album, Private)

10:06AM Hal Lindsey “Armageddon” from The 1980's: Countdown to Armageddon

10:09AM Peter Gabriel “Red Rain” from So

10:12AM Hal Lindsey “Various Questions” from Questions and Answers about the End Times

10:15AM Johnny Cash “The Man Comes Around” from Unearthed, Volume 5

10:18AM Andy MacKay “The End of the World” from In Search of Eddie Riff (Vinyl, Album, Private)

10:21AM Forrest McCullough “Various Tracks” from Flight F-I-N-A-L

10:24AM Aphrodite's Child “The Four Horsemen” from 6 6 6 (1971) on Universal International Music B.V.

10:27AM Barry McGuire “Eve Of Destruction” from Eve of destruction (1965) on Geffen* Records

10:30AM Skeeter Davis “THE END OF THE WORLD” from End of the World (2010) on Synergie OMP

10:33AM The Bonzo Dog Band “Slush” from Let's Make Up and Be Friendly (2007) on EMI UK (, US)

10:36AM The Flaming Lips “Feeling Yourself Disintegrate” from The Soft Bulletin (CD, Album, Private, 1999) on Warner Bros. (, USA)

10:39AM CNN Reporter “Choking on Lacy Peterson story” from Hangover's Greatest Hits

10:42AM Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme “Black Hole Sun” from Loungapalooza

10:45AM David Bowie “Five Years” from The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (Vinyl, Album, Private, 2006) on Virgin (, UK)

10:48AM Randy Newman “God's Song” from Sail Away (Vinyl, Album, Private, 2005) on Atlantic Records/ATG (, USA)

11:00AM Zager And Evans “In the Year 2525 (Exordium & Terminus)” from Nipper's Greatest Hits 60's, Vol. 2 (1999) on RCA Records Label (,, USA)

11:03AM Julee Cruise “It's The End of the World As We Know It (and I feel fine)” from Until the End of the World (Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1991) on Warner Bros. (, USA)

11:06AM Chicago “25 0r 6 to 4” from Chicago II

11:09AM The Call “The Walls Came Down” from 20th Century Masters: The Millenium Collection: Best of the Call (Laptop, Album, Private, 2000) on Hip-O

11:12AM The Clash “London Calling” from London Calling (Laptop, Album, Private, 1979) on Columbia (, USA)

11:15AM Elvis Costello & The Attractions “Waiting for the End of the World (Live)” from Live At The Old Waldorf

11:18AM Pixies “Wave of Mutilation” from Doolittle (Laptop, Album, Private, 1989) on 4AD

11:21AM The Dickies “Eve Of Destruction” from The Incredible Shrinking Dickies

11:24AM Queen Slugasana “Interview” from Live on the Hangover Phone

11:27AM Creedence Clearwater Revival “Bad Moon Rising (Live)” from The Concert (40th Anniversary Edition) (2009) on Fantasy Records

11:30AM Roy Orbison “It's Over” from The All-Time great Hits of Roy Orbison Volumes 1 & 2 (CD, Comp, Private, 1989) on CBS/Monument

11:33AM Electric Light Orchestra “IT'S OVER” from Out of the Blue (2007) on Epic/Legacy

11:36AM The Doors “THE END” from The Doors (Vinyl, Album, Private, 2006) on Rhino/Elektra (, Los Angeles)

Obviously like I said this is not standard fare for this blog as it's a lot of fairly standard fare music. But it's also timely, and at least some of it is enjoyable.

d/l vbr zip

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