Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Twelve - 45 RPM Special

Here's the twelfth show, this time it's a 45RPM special, playing only 7" records from the 1960s to the 2000s.

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23 comments:

  1. Stellar show, and excellent idea for a theme. It allows you to cut through what I assume to be a massive collection of records to find some gems you might otherwise skip over if all record sizes were considered. Also, how else can you play your mother's old records and dark acid records on the same podcast?

    I wasn't feeling the first few tracks, but that's likely due to the mood I'm in (more of a Rephlex mood than a Shirelles mood... haha). Quite enjoyed the synthpop, UR and Rephlex tracks, and the track at the end was good for a giggle. :-)

    --malcolm

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  2. superb as always. Just checked out "synth britannia" It was great. everybody go to youtube, its there in 9 parts. Thanks for doing this Ed

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  3. Excellent show, as always. Set a new record for 'songs I must have' after the fact. Please keep it up!

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  4. you continue to unveil classic tunes I never knew existed. thanks

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  5. re:fresh.ing^ly d*ff.er.e'n't.. thanks for sharing! mwah!

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  6. how nice
    you singled them out, and those 7" got each other's company

    thank you

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  7. "Im just a guitar".. just can't get enough of that :-) I listen to all your shows again and again.. so happy to see new releases on the way.. is the march to the stars a full record??
    hope you're havin' a smashin' weekend

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  8. "..I am rather shocked at myself to have to admit that's the first human league track that i've played.."

    "..here's another band that i am quite surprised that i haven't already featured on the show from japan.."

    Dats cause dey aint black yo! if dey had been black bandz U wood hav alreedy playd dem. U take white man luv of da black man to new heights yo! Thanx for all da great podcasts inclooding diss one yo, love.

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  9. Thanks for the comments.

    Blake: March To The Stars will be a full-length CD release on Strange Life, followed by a 5-track vinyl EP.

    Rrustorrent: I'm glad you like the show and pleased that you commented but please stop saying things about black people. I love Kraftwerk and Aphex Twin as much as I love Prince and Drexciya, and who cares what colour their skin is? It's not about loving people based on appearance, it's just a show about good music. The black/white thing is in your mind. I ignored the first comment about "the black" but now you post a second one. I am a lighthearted person who likes joking, but your comments are offensive, seriously. Let's stick to talking about the music.
    Please keep listening and don't feel dissed by my reply. Cheers.

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  10. hey e. thnx for answering my question. Really looking forward to all the releases

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  11. Hey man, my bro Rust put me on here, and I got to say, how many times in music history you see white mothafuckas taking what black mothafuckes have started and claiming it as their mothafuckin' own . Elvis mothafuckin' Presley practically created that mothafuckin' concept mothafucker!. But you know what man, that's all cool. Doesn't matter who black or white or whatever mothafuckin' color y'all are. Rust and I be chillin with our po-po RayBans on in the club, groovin' to all the hard ass mothafuckin' beats, Kristal and the honeys. Give props where props are due, bro. Love your stuff, peace mothafuckin' out.

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  12. dont even think people around here thinks in terms of black or white, just different artists. This is obviously not a racial debate show. Please dont sabotage it for whatever reasons cause I really enjoy it. thanks

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  13. sounds like a wind up to me

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  14. Up to 12, nice one. I'll give it a listen now, cheers Ed!

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  15. You can download "Synth Britannia" from BT Junkie.

    Here is the link below:

    http://btjunkie.org/torrent/Synth-Britannia-16th-October-2009-PDTV-XviD-WatchTheBox-avi/4358961e146ba3c1b141df4cee54d2b4b085592d5b76

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  16. Thanks again Ed! I liked this podcast quite a lot. Once again it's great to hear what sort of past you have with music. Cheers to another great mix.

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