I hadn’t heard Janelle Monáe’s music until The Electric Lady came out but I have quickly become a fan. David Bowie has been a staple on Detroit radio for as long as I can remember and I am a fan of his stuff leading up to (and including) the first Tin Machine album, but I will admit to losing track of his career after that. I really dig Janelle covering Bowie.
The “Name Change?” episode.
|The Bears of Blue River – Betty Homemaker|
|Voxhaul Broadcast – Leaving on the 5th|
|Adam and The Amethysts – Prophecy|
|Quantic and Alice Russell- Look Around The Corner|
|Pomegranates – Pass Away|
|The Frontier Brothers – The Strut|
|The Balconies – Kill Count|
|Jim Lockey and the Solemn Sun – England’s Dead (NOT Jim LOCKLEY as I mistakenly said twice)|
|John Wesley Coleman – Little Miss keith Richards|
|Hungry Kids Of Hungary – Wristwatch|
|Lanterns on the Lake – Lungs Quicken|
Tags: Adam and The Amethysts, Alice Russell, Hungry Kids of Hungary, Jim Lockey and the Solemn Sun, John Wesley Coleman, Lanterns On The Lake, Pomegranates, Quantic, The Balconies, The Bears of Blue River, The Frontier Brothers, Voxhaul Broadcast
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Long time listeners will know that I originally planned to have Deliberate Noise as a weekly show that had different subjects being talked about in between podsafe songs. I tried to duplicate what I had in mind for Episode 100 (which was both the 100th episode of Deliberate Noise and Comic Book Noise). The gimmick for that episode was “what would the 100th episode of Deliberate Noise sound like if I had kept to my original plans?” I liked the experiment, but it proved that I was smart to break all of the talking parts into their own podcasts and left Deliberate Noise as a music show.
Recently I found the notebook with my original plans for Deliberate Noise. The segments were going to be Comic Book Noise, TV Noise, Movie Noise, Video Game Noise, DVD Release Noise, and Music Noise. Once I decided to rework the show, the plan was for there to be Deliberate Noise and Deliberate Noise Special Editions.
The notebook contains the subjects that I wanted to talk about for the first six Special Edition episodes:
1) Book Report of Love and Rockets by Gilbert Hernandez
2) Evaluation of Crisis On Infinite Earths by Marv Wolfman
3) Review of this season’s ‘The 4400″
4) Review of this season’s “Rescue Me”
5) Readings of Aesop’s Fables (with commentary) [find list of all fables]
6) Evaluation of Confucius’ sayings.
I have no idea what an “Evaluation” is. Number 1 later became part of my Love and Rockcast podcast. Number 2 was part of Book Review Noise. The rest never saw the light of day. I don’t even remember ever talking about The 4400 on SciFiNoise or Rescue Me on TV Noise.
Part of me wonders if anybody would have stayed listening if this was how I started the show.
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After listening to all of them in the past few days, I would put them in this order:
What Time Is It by The Time
The Time by The Time
Condensate by The Original 7ven
Pandemonium by The Time
Ice Cream Castles by The Time
It is not that surprising to me that I find their two most successful albums to be their worst. There’s a different between having fun and being silly. Ice Cream Castles was when they sold out big time around the Purple Rain era and was just silly. Pandemonium was when they tried to sell out big time for the Graffiti Bridge era and was just as silly. The other albums happened when a lot of people who jumped on the Purple Rain bandwagon weren’t paying attention to them so they were able to have fun.
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Host Derek Coward returns after a long hiatus and explains why he has been gone for so long.
Hey Marseilles – Bright Stars Burning
Chromatics – Cherry
Golden Gardens – Transparent Things
Child Actor – If You Loved Me
Hums – Digital Winter
Lightning Love – Deadbeat
Flightside – Dumb Boy
Sallie Ford and The Sound Outside – Party Kicks
Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls – I Still Believe
Van Stee – Color In Paper Planes
Gomez – Airstream Driver
Jim Ruiz Set – Allison
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds – Jubilee Street
Adam and The Amethysts – Prophecy
Shimmering Stars – Suns Going Down
Lincoln Durham – Ballad of a Prodigal Son
Tags: Adam and The Amethysts, Child Actor, Chromatics, Flightside, Frank Turner and The Sleeping Souls, Golden Gardens, Gomez, Hey Marseilles, Hums, Jim Ruiz Set, Lightning Love, Lincoln Durham, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Sallie Ford and The Sound Outside, Shimmering Stars, Van Stee
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Host Derek Coward returns with the ‘No More Theme Song’ show featuring the music of:
Maxim Ludwig and The Santa Fe Seven – Big Black Train
Adam and Alma – Smile for me Sun
Lucy And The Popsonics – Fred Astaire
Candi and the Strangers – Glide
Leah and the Moonlighters – If It’s Not You
Jenny O. – Well OK Honey
DJ Teraoka and the Revolution – SWIM
Hell and Lula – Set the World on Fire
Beats Antique – Junktion
Tags: Beats Antique, Candi and the Strangers, DJ Teraoka and the Revolution, Hell and Lula, Jenny O., Leah and the Moonlighters, Lucy And The Popsonics, Maxim Ludwig and The Santa Fe Seven
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I have always dug this song and while a lot of people may have gotten sick of it, I still haven’t. The fact that Prince is on the guitar for this performance makes it that much better.
|Paul Weller – Find The Torch, Burn The Plans|
|Quiet Company – It’s Better To Spend Money Like Theres No Tomorrow Than Spend Tonight Like Theres No Money|
|Fitz and The Tantrums – Moneygrabber|
|Boulder Acoustic Society – Give It Away|
|Electric President – Elegant Disasters|
|Dada Trash Collage – Paint On The Windows|
|Miles Kurosky (Ex-Beulah) – Apple For An Apple|
|Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly – Find The Time|
|Maserati – We Got the System to Fight the System|
|The Thermals – I Don’t Believe You|
|Phil and the Osophers – We Have All Summer|
|Tracey Thorn – Why Does The Wind|
Tags: beulah, boulder acoustic society, dada trash collage, electric president, fitz and the tantrums, get cape. wear cape. fly, maserati, miles kurosky, paul weller, phil and the osophers, quiet company, The Thermals, tracey thorn
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Tags: am & shawn lee, Black Lips, dimitri from paris, dum dum girls, frightened rabbit, fruit bats, glasvegas, groove armada, josh rouse, Ladytron, leftover cuties, Mates of State, my morning jacket, pains of being pure at heart, the dirtbombs, the dodos, the ettes, The Raveonettes, thievery corporation
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Here is a list of my favorite albums by the band U2 (NOTE: All of the images are links to the Amazon page for the albums):
10. Zooropa – I don’t remember much about this album and I haven’t heard it since I bought it when it came out. It makes the list because it rounds out the list to ten.
9. Achtung Baby – This was the first album with their “new” sound. I wasn’t too happy with it at the time , but it is a lot better than I thought when I listened to it recently. Lots of good singles on it (One and Mysterious Ways quickly come to mind) and if I do this list again in about a year or so, it might even go higher.
8. Under A Blood Red Sky – This is the first live album that I bought from them and it’s probably one of my favorite live albums. If I get a chance, I want to get the Deluxe Edition which also contains the Live At Red Rocks DVD.
7. October – Gloria was the most popular song on the album, but I am partial to Stranger In A Strange Land.
6. Wide Awake In America – This is an EP that contains two of my favorite U2 songs: Bad and A Sort of Homecoming. I like those two songs so much that with all of the times I have heard this record, I don’t recall ever listening to the songs on the other side.
5. The Unforgettable Fire – There are great songs all through this album, but Pride (In The Name Of Love) is the big hit and the studio version of A Sort Of Homecoming is the best song.
4. Boy – The debut album and still one of their best. Odd, but the first song on each side of the album (I Will Follow and Stories For Boys) and the last song on each side of the album (Out Of Control and Shadows & Tall Trees) are my favorites.
3. Rattle and Hum – This probably won’t be very high on the list of a lot of other people, but it was one of the first CDs that I ever bought, so that gives it extra points in my book. Plus, All I Want Is You is a great song.
2. The Joshua Tree – Not only is this the album that put them on the map with a lot of people, but I think Side One is one of the best Side Ones of all time.
1. War – One of my all time favorite albums. Even after almost 30 years, this album makes me want to rage against The Man and topple the power structure, but then I move around and the arthritis reminds me that I am starting to get close to becoming someone who is almost an old man so I just sit back and enjoy the music.