• ELEVENELEVEN :: 28 WAYNE FUNNEL

    12 Aug 2010, 15:23 by plumindustries

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    Wayne Funnel is a freelance Science/Historical Correspondent with ABC Radio Australia. His illustrated talks are also regularly broadcast during The Night Air, the cult “listening for pleasure” program heard from 8:30 pm on Sunday evenings on ABC Radio National.

    For this 11:11 podcast Wayne has prepared an especially extended admixture of his unique commentary interspersed with surprisingly entertaining musical items.

    N.B. Whilst the utmost care has been taken in the selection and transcription of these discs, many of them were garnered during Wayne’s frequent visits to St. Vincent De Paul stockists and so he can, at this point, only apologise for any incidental surface noise or needle excursions that may occasionally punctuate the presentation.

    Interested listeners can read a little more about Wayne Funnel at any one of these three convenient Uniform Resource Locations:
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  • The Horrorist - Charts - August 2008

    17 Aug 2008, 21:45 by thingstocome

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    The Horrorist - Beatport Chart - August 2008

    01 Super Flu - Zinnober - Herzblut0106
    02 The Suffering Artist - Song1 V1 - Things011
    03 DJ Franky Ros - Crazy Are Us - Consorzio Italia CTR001
    04 Christian Martin - Elephant Fight - Katabolic Records KB10
    05 Stamba - Choose Your Lane - Things to Come Records TTC017
    06 TET Travailleur En Trance - Synchronized! Duel With CK - Rotodrome Recordings ROT004F
    07 Marcel Dettman - Corebox - Marcel Dettman Records MDR004
    08 DJ Vibe, Kobbe - SuperBock - Land of Voodoo Recordings LOV010
    09 Alex Niggeman - Circles - Micro.Fon MF014
    10 Benny Deejay - My Time (Alessio Collina remix) - Electro G Records EGR007
    https://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/chart/detail/9807/the_horrorist_-_super_chart_-_august_2008

    The Horrorist - Groove Magazine Top 3 Albums Chart - August 2008

    01 Ratatat - LP3
    02 The Postal Service - Give Up
    03 Portishead - Third
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  • And Make Others So

    19 Jul 2008, 11:03 by XNet

    Made a new music mix!

    DJ XNet - And Make Others So

    Playlist:
    PPM - Knackered Papa
    Supermax - Reggae Fever
    General Strike - My Body
    Xao + Die Pest - Fortschrittsträume
    Chuck Wagon - Rock And Roll Won’t Go Away
    The KLF - 3 A.M. Eternal (Rankin’ Club Version)
    Arnold Jarvis - Take Some Time Out
    Missy Elliott - Gossip Folks (Mousse T. & Royal Garden Remix Instrumental)
    Studio 2 - Travelling Man (Landsky’s Re-Prise)
    Soundfreaks - Hash Pipe
    Laurent Garnier - The Man With The Red Face (Ashley Beedle’s M25 Mix)
    Jesper Dahlbäck - Polyhouse Reworked
    Joachim Witt - Tri Tra Tullala
    Williams - Gorgar Pinball Promo
    Gerry And The Holograms - Gerry And The Holograms
  • 7 Up - Singles only, UK 1978-1982

    31 Jan 2007, 16:08 by cdrx

    It‘s always a special pleasure to flip through that box of singles. This diminutive format in black vinyl made it possible for a musician‘s own productions to be released in the smallest of runs. Very often for lack of funds they only came out as 7“s, in contrast to the big labels. Long since unavailable or, if to be had at all, then sadly only at hefty collectors‘ prices.
    Sometimes the B-side is an eye-opener: the A-side a let-down. And of course a centre puck is standard equipment for any lover of the 7”!

    A pity, though, that they‘ve got to be turned over after three minutes, so if you‘re planning on an evening‘s wall-to-wall listening then it‘s best to make yourself comfortable next to the turntable with your box of singles within arm‘s reach.

    7“ UP! is our song of praise to a fine little medium that only a few labels are still putting out. No promotion for vinyl, though, in these days of mp3 and the iPod...

    A compilation of British rarities from 1978 to 1982…
  • 7 Up - Singles only, UK 1978-1982

    31 Jan 2007, 16:08 by cdrx

    It‘s always a special pleasure to flip through that box of singles. This diminutive format in black vinyl made it possible for a musician‘s own productions to be released in the smallest of runs. Very often for lack of funds they only came out as 7“s, in contrast to the big labels. Long since unavailable or, if to be had at all, then sadly only at hefty collectors‘ prices.
    Sometimes the B-side is an eye-opener: the A-side a let-down. And of course a centre puck is standard equipment for any lover of the 7”!

    A pity, though, that they‘ve got to be turned over after three minutes, so if you‘re planning on an evening‘s wall-to-wall listening then it‘s best to make yourself comfortable next to the turntable with your box of singles within arm‘s reach.

    7“ UP! is our song of praise to a fine little medium that only a few labels are still putting out. No promotion for vinyl, though, in these days of mp3 and the iPod...

    A compilation of British rarities from 1978 to 1982…
  • 7" Up - Singles only, UK 1978-1982

    31 Jan 2007, 16:08 by cdrx

    It‘s always a special pleasure to flip through that box of singles. This diminutive format in black vinyl made it possible for a musician‘s own productions to be released in the smallest of runs. Very often for lack of funds they only came out as 7“s, in contrast to the big labels. Long since unavailable or, if to be had at all, then sadly only at hefty collectors‘ prices.
    Sometimes the B-side is an eye-opener: the A-side a let-down. And of course a centre puck is standard equipment for any lover of the 7”!

    A pity, though, that they‘ve got to be turned over after three minutes, so if you‘re planning on an evening‘s wall-to-wall listening then it‘s best to make yourself comfortable next to the turntable with your box of singles within arm‘s reach.

    7“ UP! is our song of praise to a fine little medium that only a few labels are still putting out. No promotion for vinyl, though, in these days of mp3 and the iPod...

    A compilation of British rarities from 1978 to 1982, 7“ UP! offers little-known…
  • 7 Up - Singles only, UK 1978-1982

    31 Jan 2007, 16:08 by cdrx

    It‘s always a special pleasure to flip through that box of singles. This diminutive format in black vinyl made it possible for a musician‘s own productions to be released in the smallest of runs. Very often for lack of funds they only came out as 7“s, in contrast to the big labels. Long since unavailable or, if to be had at all, then sadly only at hefty collectors‘ prices.
    Sometimes the B-side is an eye-opener: the A-side a let-down. And of course a centre puck is standard equipment for any lover of the 7”!

    A pity, though, that they‘ve got to be turned over after three minutes, so if you‘re planning on an evening‘s wall-to-wall listening then it‘s best to make yourself comfortable next to the turntable with your box of singles within arm‘s reach.

    7“ UP! is our song of praise to a fine little medium that only a few labels are still putting out. No promotion for vinyl, though, in these days of mp3 and the iPod...

    A compilation of British rarities from 1978 to 1982…