Friday, July 27, 2012

Bizarro Jerry's trash radio, vol. 4

Volume 5 is on the air right now...89.1 WIDR Kalamazoo. Here's 4 for ya:


Divine Styler - Sound Quest
Colleen Fulmer - Blessing the Divine Womb
Calypso Borealis - Xelim (Ekuri Awai)
Justin Warfield - B-Boys on Acid
Frank Michael Rizzo - Honey Road
Moggi (Piero Umilani) - Officina Stellare
Question Mark and the Mysterians - 96 Tears
Lil Ugly Mane - Cup Fulla Beetlejuice
Mike Garson - A Gershwin Fantasia
Third Quadrant - Backwards into the Future
2 Cruzeiros de Bala - Autofagia
Hackamore Brick - Oh! Those Sweet Bananas
Koopsta Knicca - Watcha Gonna Do
Yan Tregger - Escaping
Cryptopsy - Born Headless
Gettovetts - Gangster Lean
(Unknown Artist) - (Unknown Track)
Necrofrost - Slaughtered with Misanthropic Intent
Roger Roger - Sounds Industrial 16
Jun Dax - Watch Where You Walk
Magical Power Mako - Tundra
Robert "Killer" Fields - My Heart Will Know
Burzum - Dungeons of Darkness
Quakers - Russia with Love
Swarthmore Elementary 6th Grade - (excerpt of 'We Love Recess')
Happy Flowers - My Frisbee Went Under the Lawnmower
Black Vomit - La Pastora (The Shepherdess)...
Rev. G - Sinister Minister
Jim Shepard - In the Hall of Molds
BassLine Xcursionists - Understand
Mauthausen Orchestra - (excerpt of 'Anal Perversions')
Dr. Dre - (Side B of '86 in the Mix')
The Frogs - Pull a Kurt
Gore - After
Moggi (Piero Umilani) - Danza Galattica
Kongress - Tough Guys Don't Dance
Riz Ortolani and Nino Oliviero - Free Way
The Saturday Knights - Surf Song

Thursday, July 26, 2012


Three more Obscuro! podcasts from times past.

Episode 39 - 10-16-09 GUEST DJ MATT WOOD


This Heat - Horizontal Hold
Bent Bolt and the Nuts - Mechanical Man
Wild Man Fischer - Circle
Stomach Pains - A-Bombs
Sapat - Lovely and Free
Aphrodite's Child - Altamont
Residents - Seasoned Greetings
Harry Perry - Skate Dance
Jandek - The Way that You Act
The Tinklers - Norman Meyer
The Tinklers - Elenor Bumpers
Exuma - Damn Fool
The That's - Pap Smear
Fifty Foot Hose - God Bless the Child
Arles - Pretty Girl
Neal Burris - The Sissy Song
Raven - Back to Ohio Blues
DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince - Twilight Zone
The New Creation - Yet Still Time
Fresh Maggots - Frustration
Bobb Trimble - Night at the Asylum
John Strand - Remembering Laci
Cockadoodledoo and Mother Goose, Too - Pussy
Cockadoodledoo and Mother Goose, Too - Crooked Man
Cockadoodledoo and Mother Goose, Too - King of Spain
Harry 'The Hipster' Gibson - Who Put the Benzedrine in Mrs. Murphey's Ovaltine?
Sound Ceremony - School
Armand Schaubroeck Steals - Scene 12 - Mental Breakdown

Episode 40 - 10-23-09


Creepy John Thomas - This is My Body
Dead Raven Choir - A Rosebud in June
Oliver - Cat and the Rat
Frankie Laine - The Cry of the Wild Goose
Gore - Chainsaw (Live)
Emmanuel Dilhac - Le Rognon de Silex
Bitter Blood Street Theatre - Kyros
Simon Finn - Big White Car
Big Star - Big Black Car
Frank Zappa - It Just Might Be a One Shot Deal
Little Howlin' Wolf - E.T. Blues
Barbie and Ken - Nobody Taught Me
Bill Bissett and th' Mandan Massacre - Th' Book is Insyde Hr Head
The Bachs - Minister to a Mind Diseased
Secret Chiefs 3 - The Electromagnetic Azoth
Madrigal - Stoned Freakout
Chrome - Sun Control
Lee Hazlewood - Hey Cowboy
Residents - Lizard Lady
Alien City - Between the Lines (Ruby's Blues)
Debris - Leisurely Waiting
Palmer Rockey - Unknown Track
Oliver - Getting Fruity
Walrus - Girl Like You
The Electronic Hole - The Golden Hour II
Cardiacs - The Obvious Identity
Eddie Murray - Stepping High Dance
Krackhouse - Burger King Town
Afflicted Man - Glue Sniffing



Desmond Dekker - Dracula
Vampire Kiss - Spooky House
Samhain - All Murder, All Guts, All Fun
Robbie the Werewolf - Vampire Man
Jan Terri - Get Down Goblin
Burzum - Jesus' Tod
Groovie Ghoulies - Do the Bat
Celtic Frost - Inner Sanctum
Esham - Red Rum
Destroy All Monsters - You're Gonna Die
Dracula's - Tanz der Vampires
Sebastian Peabody - Grave in the Desert
Goblin - Sighs
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Up Jumped the Devil
Type O Negative - Black No. 1 (Little Miss Scare-All)
Jack Starr - Halloween Party
Mighty Sphincter - The New Manson Family
Residents - Sinister Exaggerator
The Misfits - Return of the Fly
Mortician - Devoured Alive
Dr. Octagon - Earth People
The Surfmen - The Ghost Hop
Electric Wizard - Barbarian
Freddy Krueger and Friends - Do the Freddy
Coven - Dignitaries of Hell
Bobb Trimble - Night at the Asylum

Tuesday, July 24, 2012


I've said it before, but if there's anything you want from the Obscuro! library that has a dead link, please e-mail me at

It's really not much trouble for me to re-upload something, but if you're trying to contact me through the main e-mail for this blog, it's not functioning, so that won't work.

I still have everything I've uploaded here, and I don't wanna be like one of those dick bloggers who only put stuff up for a 'limited amount of time' or have albums but no links because they wanna keep that shit on lockdown. None of that bullshit here. I'm just too lazy to re-upload things when Rapidshare deletes them, and I'm too cheap to get a 'premium' account.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Obscuro podcasts cont'd.

Three more. These seem to be a hit.

Episode 36 - 9-25-09 GUEST DJ ALEX FIVES


Eartha Kitt - I'd Rather Be Burned as a Witch
Stone Harbour - Witch to You
Dr. John D. Clarke - The Rules
The Shaggs - My Companion
Paternoster - Blind Children
Gary Wilson - Gary's in the Park
Footscray College - Lucifer
Bobb Trimble - When the Raven Calls
Zero Kama - Hassan I Sabbah
Roger Rubin and Rotfree Anderson - Heavy
Dennis Duck - One O'Clock Jump
Coven - Black Sabbath
Soggy - Lost My Brain
Lightning Bolt - Dracula Mountain
Vermonster - Black Sally
Jay Reatard - Ain't Gonna Save Me
Skip Spence - Little Hands
Harbinger - Circus World
The Do - Playground Hustle
Robbie the Werewolf - Rockin' Werewolf
Sunn0))) - Big Church
Nicodemus - Red Sky

NOTE: Yep, this one features my buddy Alex Fives, who at the time was also a WIDR DJ. He now plays in the Grand Rapids-based band Stepdad.

Episode 37 - 10-2-09


Sound Ceremony - Tobacco Man
Sound Ceremony - Our Song
Jandek - Forgive Me
Night Sun - Living with the Dying
Alex Chilton - My Rival
Comus - Drip Drip
Magma - Thaud Zaia
Debris - Blue Girls
Jr. and his Soulettes - Rock N Roll Santa
YaHoWa 13 - I Thought I Am
Silver Apples - Program
Christopher Montgomery - Paper
Red Krayola - Sheriff Jack
Philemon Arthur and the Dung - Henning i sin pressening
Eddie Callahan - Santa Cruz Mountains
Al Duvall - William Knave
White Boy and the Average Rat Band - Oriental Doctors

NOTE: This one's so short because apparently I didn't start podcasting til halfway through.



Bill Clint - Mama I'm a Baby
Bob Vido High - Speed
Thirsty Moon - Rooms Behind Your Mind
Simply Saucer - Mole Machine
Sun City Girls - The Flower
Bruce Haack - Word Game
Virgin Insanity - Thursday Matinee Theme Song (I Got Your Love)
Vyto B - Secret
Kaplan Brothers - Happy
The Strange - Twelve Boats
Gary Wilson - Chromium Bitch
Bob Log III - bump pow! bump bump bump bump pow!
Kenneth Higney - Night Rider
Bob Jacobs - The Illustrated Man
Mike Rep and the Quotas - Steppin Fetchit is Dead
Stephen David Heitkotter - Hangin' All Night
Stephen David Heitkotter - I Don't Mind
Stephen David Heitkotter - Quaker, Dog Got Away
Stephen David Heitkotter - Cadillac Woman
Stephen David Heitkotter - Fly Over the Moon
The Roadrunners - Pretty Me
Jack Starr - My Love for You is Petrified
Randy Holden - Fruit and Iceburgs
Dion McGregor - The Diet
Peter Grudzien - White Trash Hillbilly Trick
The Spoils of War - Now is Made in America

Rudimentary Peni - 'Death Church'

When I re-started the blog, this album was the first thing I posted. I had just gotten into Rudimentary Peni, and the 'Pope Adrian' album in particular. But, even folks I know who are REAL into punk don't know these guys at all, which is sad...probably only second to Minutemen as far as punk bands go for me...Plus, it's weird. About as weird as music can get, really. 'Death Church' is still very firmly rooted in punk rock...they didn't REALLY take off for the stratosphere until 'Cacophony,' the like 50-song tribute to H.P. Lovecraft, but you'd still be hard-pressed not to notice how odd this disc is.

The frontman Nick Blinko is a very odd dude, apparently suffering from schizoaffective disorder. He makes really intense illustrations and writes most of the abstract lyrics. He's got a book that you should buy. Totally cool Lovecraft-meets-anarchist-punk stuff...


1. 1/4 Dead
2. Blissful Myth
3. The Psycho Squat
4. Rotten to the Core
5. Poppycock
6. Cosmic Hearse
7. The Cloud Song
8. Vampire State Building
9. Blasphemy Squad
10. When You Are a Martian Church
11. Pig in a Blanket
12. Inside
13. Nothing But a Nightmare
14. Flesh Crucifix
15. Slimy Member
16. Love is Not
17. Radio Schizo
18. Happy Farm
19. Alice Crucifies the Paedophiles
20. Army of Jesus
21. Dutchmen


Sunday, July 22, 2012

Three more classic Obscuros...

Episode 33 - 9-4-09 FIRST CHIPS - 'VOLUME ONE'


Cooking with Gas - Cooking with Gas
Eddie Callahan - Paper Rain
The Lat-Teens - Mary Wanna
Jerry Rayson - Do the Boogaloo
David Guetta and Sidney Duteil - Nation Rap
Renaldo and the Loaf - A Medical Man
Vyto B - Year of the Elephant
Sound Ceremony - Electric Brain
The Space Lady - Major Tom
Companyia Electria Dharma - Fesomies
Afflicted Man - Zip Ead
Randy Rice - Hello/Mr. Dumpty, Before the Fall/The Song
First Chips - Stoneball
First Chips - Present Song of the Future
First Chips - Me and My Lady
First Chips - Pieces
First Chips - Time (Part One)
First Chips - My Love
Sleep - Dragonaut
First Chips - Fire Mountain
First Chips - Thoughts of You
First Chips - My World and Your World
First Chips - Mind and Soul
First Chips - Love Has Happened (Again)
High Speed and the Afflicted Man - Sun Sun

NOTE: I titled this file 'Technical Difficulties,' so a few tracks might get cut off...? Probably having problems with the CD players in the studio or something.

Episode 34 - 9-11-09 MARK TUCKER - 'BATSTEW'


Bob Chance - The Van Man
Bitter Blood Street Theatre - Why the Night is Crossed I Speak the Dead
Luie Luie - Touch of Light
Coven - Coven in Charing Cross
Skip Spence - Keep Everything Under Your Hat
Alien City - Older Men
Michael Yonkers Band - Smile Awhile
Hasil Adkins - Chicken Walk
Hot Poop - Always Play with My Food
The Bugaloos - If You Become a Bugaloo
Nicodemus - The Miser
Alvin Dahn - You're Driving Me Mad
Boots - City of Fear
Mark Tucker - Prologue: 1964 Cadillac
Mark Tucker - 64Z037375 Part 1
Mark Tucker - Sideways Love Forever
Mark Tucker - 64Z037375 Part 2
Mark Tucker - Honey Tree
Mark Tucker - Bataszew
Mark Tucker - Submerged Bat Vortex
Mark Tucker - 1964 Cadillac
Mark Tucker - Kids
Cosmic Michael - People's Fair
Mike Curb Congregation - More than Ever (Nixon Theme Song)
C. Newman and Janet Smith - My Wife is French
Mayo Thompson - Worried Worried
Three Pea's in a Podd - If I Ruled the World



T. Storm Hunter - Carrot Chaser
Mark Tucker - Everywhere with Sally (Ride)
T. Storm Hunter Interview
T. Storm Hunter - Flesh
Mark Tucker - Sandbox-Upon-Storm
Mark Tucker - Sally Sally She
Sally and Louise - When Kids were Cute
Mark Tucker - Can't Make Love
T. Storm Hunter - 44,000 Miles
Mark Tucker - Sultry Summer Siren/More than Just Friends
T. Storm Hunter - No Apple Pie in Heaven
Sally and Louise - Ha Ha Ha
Mark Tucker - The Importance of Making Molehills out of Specks
T. Storm Hunter - Strawberries (Finnish Folk Song)
T. Storm Hunter - Light the Lamp of thy Love

NOTE: This dude was really cool to interview...released some stuff in the early 70's, then changed his name legally to T. Storm Hunter sometime in the 80's, hence the differences. We talked for quite a while, so there's not much music in this one. If you're a fan of the 'Batstew' album, there's lots of neat info here, though.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Obscuro! Mixtape #7...'Driving home from the beach...'

It's been quite a while since the last Obscuro! mixtape I put together...

This one's just in time for the last 'true' month of summer...the mood is definitely conjured up in the front cover...driving home from the beach in the early evening...mind slowed by sun/dope/alcohol...watching the sun set...

Instead of just throwin' some tracks together, I 'mixed' this one, meaning it's 2 separate sides, like a cassette mix. Should fit easily on a C-90 if you're into that shit. It's a pretty good distillation of the stuff I've been playing on Bizarro Jerry's Trash Radio these past few weeks. A large helping of chilled-out library music tracks, plus lots of newer hip hop stuff.



1. MF Doom - 'Doomsday'
2. Hercules (Chris Evans-Ironside) - 'Ritmo'
3. Can - 'Spray'
4. Main Attrakionz - 'Blackberry Kush'
5. Pineapples - 'Come On Closer'
6. Three 6 Mafia - 'Da Summa'
7. Franco Battiato - 'Areknamess'
8. Spacemen 3 - 'Hey Man'
9. Mark Anthony Heide - 'Conquest'
10. Curren$y - 'King Kong'


1. Us3 - 'Cruisin''
2. Circle of Ouroborus - 'Shadows Lead'
3. Lil Ugly Mane - 'My Hood'
4. Moggi - 'Bric Brac'
5. Quakers ft. Tone Tank - 'What Chew Want'
6. Ken Boothe and Stranger Cole - 'Artie Bella'
7. Basehead - 'I Need a Joint'
8. Kendrick Lamar - 'Blow My High (Members Only)'
9. Butthole Surfers - 'Jingle of a Dog's Collar'
10. OFWGKTA - 'Analog 2'


Broken Halos - Da Compilation Album

...better keep up with posts now since apparently people are reading. This is another thing I'm putting up because it was a total pain in the ass to find.

I've been rockin' a lot of Three 6 Mafia recently...found I really like their old sound, but there are so goddamn many releases that it's hard to know what's worth hearing. This is a pretty good place to start.

So far, I still really like their first proper album, 'Mystic Stylez' but the first Koopsta Knicca solo album is real good, too.

I've linked y'all to this blog a few times, but here's the album in question...don't bother clicking the download link because it's long dead, though. Most of 'em are, which is unfortunate, because this site is great for finding totally underground whacked-out southern rap.

Apparently, 'Broken Halos' is a bunch of random tracks from rappers who've worked with Three 6 Mafia, but most of these tracks are, you get some stuff that sounds like the old school horrorcore DJ Paul tracks, west-coast-influenced G-funk stuff, and some REAL old school BDP type tracks. All in all, it's pretty all-over-the-place, and probably not a great place to start with Three 6 Mafia, but it's interesting.

I try to only post REALLY rare stuff so that my links don't get deleted 'n shit, but check out 'Mystic Stylez' which is a good introduction to the world of Juicy J and DJ Paul.

DJ Kid Slizzard Presents...Broken Halos - Da Compilation Album


1-01 - Skinny Pimp and 211 - Boomin' in the Projects
1-02 - Lil Fly - Funkytown's in My Brain
1-03 - MC Mack - Go to Church Hoe, Pt. 2
1-04 - Lil Jyule and Lil Fly - Test My Nutz
1-05 - Koopsta Knicca - Front a Busta
1-06 - Project Pat - I Get Da Chewin'
1-07 - Lil Corb - Run Yo Mouth
1-08 - Lil Gin - Rollin' Thru My Hood
1-09 - Koopsta Knicca - Smoking on a J
1-10 - Lord Infamous - Life of a Nigga
1-11 - Lil Noid - Load My Clip
1-12 - Gangsta Blac - I'm Gangsta Blac
1-13 - (missing apparently?0
1-14 - Skinny Pimp - Glock in My Draws
1-15 - Gangsta Boo - Smoke One
1-16 - Criminal Mafia - Devil Shit
2-01 - Lil Fly - Funked Out, Loced Out
2-02 - Nigga Creep and Frayser Click - Broken Halo
2-03 - Lil Sko - Hoe for a Housewife
2-04 - La Chat, Playa Fly and Tommy Wright III - Gangsta Forever
2-05 - Lil Noid - Criminalistic Knowledge
2-06 - Lil Glock and SOG - North Memphis
2-07 - Gangsta Blac, Kingpin Skinny Pimp and Lil Gin - Twist it, Hit it, Light it
2-08 - Kingpin Skinny Pimp - Skinny But Dangerous (Remix)
2-09 - Lil Corb - Robb Me a Bitch
2-10 - Lil Corb - When I Got Some Anna
2-11 - Lil Glock and SOG - Victim of a D
2-12 - Lord Infamous - Face to Face with Death
2-13 - MC Mack - We Don't Just Rap
2-14 - Criminal Mafia - Playa Hataz
2-15 - Lil Gin, Evaclear and Tha Joker - Casket Closed
2-16 - Gangsta Blac - Tire Shop


Friday, July 20, 2012

Bizarro Jerry's trash radio, vol. 3

Keepz gettin' weirder...just how it should be. The one that's going on right now (literally, I'm on air as I write this) is by far the weirdest collection of jams yet. You'll just have to catch it on here next week if you're not listening...


Bob Chance - Jungle Talk
Criminal Mafia - Playa Hataz
Atom 12 - Lost in a Maze
J.A. Caesar - (title in Japanese)
Prosthetic Cunt - The Ants Wanna Eat the Freak
The You and What Army Faction - Magic as a Recreational Drug
Portion Control - Valuable Commodity
J-Rocc - He Then Turned the Gun on Himself
Violent Students - (Track 1)
Tommy V - Norwalk Nights
Zippo Zetterlink - At Sunday Night in the Blow Up
Homes in the Distance - Agony
Chubby Checker - Stoned in the Bathroom
Womack Da Omen - Book of the Dead
C.O.B. - I Told Her
Turntable Bay - I See Cake
The Happy Mask - Hazes of Smog
Ama - Pearl
Innaspace (Whyknows) - Killing Boredumb
Blousons Noirs - Depuis que ma Mome
Prince Khonjo 99 with Midzi Heritage Sound - Mchezo Wa Zaire
Thirteen Moons - Milkyway
Il Giardino Violetto - Giardino
196 Clique - Crucifix (Devil Shit)
Diamanda Galas - The Litanies of Satan
Circus (of the Shapeshifters) - This Stuff's Really Wacko
Planning for Burial - Being a Teenager and the Awkwardness of Backseat Sex
Yat-Kha - Burial
Constylations - Rat Race

Saturday, July 14, 2012

R.I.P. Dennis Flemion (Frogs re-up)

Since I don't normally fuck with the internet unless I'm at work, I didn't know until yesterday afternoon that one of the key members of The Frogs is missing, presumed dead. This plus MCA makes this like the worst summer for good music.

Longtime readers know how much I love The Frogs, and how often I play them on the radio (whenever I can get away with it.) So, here's my Frogs story:

I paid $50 for a Smashing Pumpkins ticket like two years ago. Before you call me a lame, let me say that the only reason I paid this much was because I heard The Frogs would be opening this show. Considering how rarely they play out, I was willing to drop 50 on that, plus, since they were opening, I wouldn't even really have to sit through Corgan and Co. if I didn't want to.

So, I get there about half an hour after the 'doors-open' time, knowing full well that most shows don't start until AT LEAST an hour after doors-open time. So, I was pretty surprised to find out that The Frogs had already played...

What the fuck, Billy Corgan? It was bad enough that the Frogs' set wasn't promoted all that well (I had to do some digging to find out they were opening in the first place) but to have them play BEFORE the doors-open time? That's just stupid. So, I never got to see The Frogs live, and now I never will, which is a bummer.

But, in response to the comments I got, here is a re-up of the Frogs' legendary 'CBGayB's' tape.

Apparently a live set from the CBGB's club recorded in '89, this has some great, rockin' versions of the classics. The best part is that when someone yells 'Free Bird!' drunkenly at the end of the show, they actually play it for a few seconds before telling the dude to fuck off.


...because I'm dropping some more extremely rare shit on your heads right now.

Maybe you've heard of the legendary VHS tape the Flemion brothers put together for Kurt Cobain. Or maybe it was Billy Corgan. I'm not entirely sure. Anyhow, it's definitely a real thing. There is definitely a 2-hour compilation of ridiculous skits, totally fucked live clips (many from open mics) and 'music videos' made to while away the long hours on the road. It's called 'Toy Porno' and it's absolutely hilarious.

And here it is.

And here's a really well-recorded live set from Portland, ME on 3-27-01:


1. Negro on Fire
2. Pleasure
3. Drugs
4. Homos
5. Whisper
6. Where's Jerry Lewis
7. Lord Grunge
8. Negro on Fire
9. Lord Grunge (Conclusion)
10. I Only Play 4 Money
11. Sleep on the Street
12. Dykes are We
13. N.Y. Shitty
14. Enter I
15. (stage banter)
16. Better than God
17. Hell Patrol
18. (stage banter)
19. Winter Lady
20. (stage banter)


NOTE: To use Ween terminology, this was a particularly 'brown' set....lots of fuck-ups, lots of yelling at the crowd, songs played twice, and made-up songs. Plus, this is the only place I've heard live version of 'Better than God' and 'Lord Grunge.' Enjoy, y'all, and keep these amazing weirdos in your hearts.

Also, apparently The Frogs just released a double-album THIS month?! I didn't hear anything about this, but I'm glad I found it. I'm not going to post it because you should totally pay 20 dollars for the whole thing. I just did and it's definitely The Frogs we know and love.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Divine Styler - 'Word Power 2: Directrix'

I'm putting this up here because it was a real shitty time finding it. Plus, if you recall, I put one of the Styler's other albums up here a while back. That album, 1991's 'Spiral Walls Containing Autumns of Light' was a mind-fuck, not-really-rap-at-all album from a trippy dude who hung with the 5% hip hop crowd. The record completely alienated him from most of his peers, and Divine Styler didn't put out another release for several years.

Then, after appearing on House of Pain's swansong 'Truth Crushed to the Earth Shall Rise Again,' he dropped this album in '98. Far removed from the chaos of his previous disc, this one is DEFINITELY a rap album, and a really good one, too. I was pretty surprised by how good it is, because doing a 'sequel' to your first (and best-selling) album is kinda a cheap means of getting people to buy it. The Styler mixes up his trademark rhyme flow by doing some slower tracks, and some extremely fast ones...there's also some fucked up distortion on a number of the vocal tracks, probably because it sounds cool.

The thing that I noticed first was how 'modern' this record sounds. It's not too different from a lot of the experimental stuff coming out these days like Antipop Consortium and Shabazz Palaces. Proof once again that Styler is one ahead-of-his-time dude. The best point of reference would probably be Kool Keith's 'Black Elvis/Lost in Space' album, but Styler's got a thing all his own....the lyrics are mainly spiritual (which goes back to the 5% thing...if you don't know what I'm talking about, look it up you lazy fool) but he actually rivals Keith with the space-doo-doo rhymes. Anyhow, pick it up here before Rapidshare deletes the file, because I don't have a premium account and I refuse to get one, or do re-ups (unless requested.)

Divine Styler - 'Word Power 2: Directrix'

1. The Ahdan
2. Contact I
3. Al Faatihah
4. Satan Dynasty Killa I
5. Unseen Letter
6. Triple Irons
7. Oneself Duel
8. The Grand Design
9. Before Mecca
10. Contact II
11. Hajji
12. Time Fold 79
13. Directrix
14. Nova
15. Make it Plain
16. Microphrenia
17. Satan Dynasty Killa II
18. Sound Quest





Molly Roth - Plant Talk
The Screamers - She's the Girl
Joy Allan-Wisher - Nut Pumpkin
Silver Apples - Velvet Cave
The Seatbelts - Cat Blues
Riders of the Mark - The Electronic Insides and Metal Complexion that Make Up Herr Doktor Krieg
Philemon Wehbe - Hamburger
Dick "Two Ton" Baker - I'm a Little Weenie
Nash the Slash - Dead Man's Curve
YaHoWa 13 - Kind of Depressing
Sons of Thunder - Carpenter Man
Freddie Blassie - Pencil Neck Geek
Mr. Bungle - Pencil Neck Geek (Live)
Wayne Brunner - Smoked Fish
Renaldo and the Loaf - The Bathroom Song
Arch Oboler - I'm Hungry
?? - Skeet Surfing
Snakefinger - Golden Goat
Snakefinger - Don't Lie
Snakefinger - Man in the Dark Sedan
Snakefinger - I Come from an Island
Snakefinger - Jungle Princess
Snakefinger - Trashing All the Loves of History
Snakefinger - Save Me from Dali
Snakefinger - Living in Vain
Snakefinger - Picture Makers Vs. Children of the Sea
Dead Horse - Hank
The New Beginning - Jesus Never was a Sinner
Hot Blood - Soul Dracula
Gary Wilson - Cindy
Wicked Lady - Passion

Episode 30 - 8-14-09 TOMMY JAY - 'TALL TALES OF TRAUMA'


Woodstock Al - Communication Breakdown
Randy Rice - Mrs. Bitch
Mike Rep and the Quotas - Out
Raymond Scott - The Music Box (excerpt)
The Barbarellatones - I Had Sex with a C.H.U.D.
Vermonster - The Lions
Residents - You Yes Yes Yes Again
Stonehenge - Gloomy Sunday
Jem Targal - Luckey Guy
Alex Chilton - Walking Dead
Rick Mason and Rare Feelings - Dope
Wayne - Deep Bosom Woman
Joe Meek and the Blue Men - Dribcots Space Boat
Tommy Jay - Last Hurrah
Tommy Jay - Tough Luck Roy
Tommy Jay - I Was Here
Tommy Jay - Memories
Tommy Jay - Dreamland
Tommy Jay - Fear of Shadows
Tommy Jay - Ocean
Tommy Jay - Moving to Harrisburg
Tommy Jay - Old Hemmingway
Tommy Jay - Village Idiot
Tommy Jay - Lust, Honor and Love
Tommy Jay - Winter Nomad
Electric Wizard - Satanic Rites of Count Drugula
Eddie Callahan - Shake Your Woogie
Snakefinger's Vestal Virgins - 8 1/4

Episode 31 - 8-21-09 VIRGIN INSANITY


Daniel Johnston - Rock and Roll/EGA
Ralph Carmichael and Kurt Kaiser - Natural High
Abner Jay - Cocaine Blues
Let My People Come - I'm Gay
Out of Favor Boys - Leaving You Behind
Chrome - You've Been Duplicated
Rita Lee - Sucesso Aqui
Hall and Reasons - Spaceship
Jandek - Can I See Your Clock
David Kelsey - Marijuana
Armand Schaubroeck Steals - Games
Kit Ream - Wines
Arcesia - Reachin'
Fred Frith - Hands of the Juggler
Clem Hutchins - Paisano
Virgin Insanity - The Ballad of Clifton T.
Virgin Insanity - I've Tried
Virgin Insanity - Time of Sorrow's Gone Soon
Virgin Insanity - Seeking Truth
Virgin Insanity - In the Eyes
Virgin Insanity - Lighter than Air
Virgin Insanity - Don't Get Down
Virgin Insanity - Livin' Lives
Virgin Insanity - Be My Friend
Virgin Insanity - The Thousand
Lucia Pamela - Flip, Flop and Fly
Ron McFarland - Biden My Time
The Shaggs - Things I Wonder
Tigerlillies - Larder
Vyto B - Death Warrant
Chris Korzen - Northern Eyes
Roky Erickson - Bloody Hammer

Episode 32 - 8-28-09 INTERVIEW W/ COPERNICUS


Copernicus - The Blind Zombies
Copernicus - Dust
Copernicus - Atomic New Orleans
Copernicus Interview
Yma Sumac - Cumbe Maita
Simply Saucer - Electro Rock
Beck - Special People
Dick Kent - Five Feet and a Half Inches Tall
Comus - Song to Comus
Shifted Grimm - Life in Minutes
Wendy and Bonnie - Children Laughing
Roger Rubin and Rotfree Anderson - Redneck Woman
First Chips - Pieces
Chrome - Pygmies in Zee Dark
Android Sisters - Elephants and Donkeys
Edgar Broughton Band - Evil
The Residents - Swastikas on Parade
Hapyp Monsters - Clap Your Tentacles
Dave Bixby - Drug Song
Grand Nutz Da Ladies Man - It's So Hard to Say Goodbye

NOTE: This was the first and only time someone contacted ME about an interview. I sought out all the other artists. This guy is a poet/musician from New York, and he sent a CD to WIDR along with an interview request. Naturally, it got passed on to me and my crazy-ass show. He was an interesting fellow to chat with, and I played his music semi-regularly after this.

Monday, July 9, 2012

A few more Obscuros for ya

Episode 25 - 7-10-09 BOBB TRIMBLE - 'HARVEST OF DREAMS'

Stephen David Heitkotter - I Don't Mind
Mike Rep and the Quotas - Mama was a Schizo, Daddy was a Vegetable Man
Sleep - Dragonaut
Jurassic 5 - Get it Together
Langley Schools Music Project - In My Room
Debris - One Way Spit
Jack Starr - Halloween Party
Helios Creed - Some Way Out
Maurizo Bianchi - Acido Prossico
Captain Beefheart and the Magic Band - Dropout Boogie
Peter Grudzien - White Trash Hillbilly Trick
Proyecto A - A Neptuno
Flipper - Earthworm
The Smith Westerns - The Boys R Fine
Black Randy and Metrosquad - Marlon Brando
For Heaven's Sake - For Heaven's Sake
Melvin Jackson - Bold and Black
Little Teeth - Japanese Candy
Bobb Trimble - Premonitions--The Fantasy
Bobb Trimble - If Words were All I Had
Bobb Trimble - Armour of the Shroud
Bobb Trimble - Take Me Home Vienna
Bobb Trimble - Selling Me Short While Stringing Me Along
Bobb Trimble - Oh Baby
Bobb Trimble - Paralyzed
Bobb Trimble - Another Lonely Angel
Vyto B - Silicon Men
The New Creation - Dig! (The Origin of Man)
Daniel Johnston - Psycho Nightmare



Mahavishnu Orchestra - Birds of Fire
Jandek - Walk Over
Roscoe Holland - Drug Net
Squirrel Nut Zippers - Hell
Katie Lee - Repressed Hostility Blues
Strawberry Path - Mary Jane on My Mind
Lee Oskar - BLT
1/2 Japanese - My Concentration, Oh No
Sea Rex - Smooth Medicine, Nectarface
William S. Burroughs - Sound Piece
Om - Unitive Knowledge of the Godhead
Countryside Unitarian Fellowship - Narration
Countryside Unitarian Fellowship - Goin' to Bethlehem
Countryside Unitarian Fellowship - No Room for You
Countryside Unitarian Fellowship - Could I Be Wrong
Countryside Unitarian Fellowship - The Lady had a Baby
Countryside Unitarian Fellowship - You'll Hear 'bout My Babe
Countryside Unitarian Fellowship - Fear I Feel
Countryside Unitarian Fellowship - Welcome Jesus
Butt Trumpet - Kill Yourself
Bruce Haack - Program Me
The Wicked Lady - Wicked Lady
Todd Rundgren - Piss Aaron
Edie and the Eggs - Punks, Get Off the Grass
Snakefinger - The Man in the Dark Sedan
The Little Stinkers - I Farted on Santa's Lap
Kenneth Higney - Quietly Leave Me
Hasil Adkins - She Said

Episode 27 - 7-24-09 PROYECTO A - 'S/T'


Haunted George - My Penance
Acid King - Evil Satan
Fun-Da-Mental - Cookbook DIY
Krackhouse - Burger King Town
Damien Storm - Realms of Destiny
Fishbone - Party at Ground Zero
Kaplan Brothers - Listening to Falling Rain
Suicide Machines - No Face
Michael Yonkers Band - Microminiature Love
Konrad - My Girl
BB Gabor - Moscow Drug Club
Bubba Grey - Defiant Giant
Rose Maddox and Her Brothers - Move it on Over
The Frogs - I'm Sad the Goat Just Died Today
Mark Anthony Heide - Action
Proyecto A - A Marte
Proyecto A - A Neptuno
Proyecto A - A Jupiter
Jackson 5 - Ain't No Sunshine
Chris Connelly - Stowaway
Proyecto A - A Mercurio
Proyecto A - A Saturno
Proyecto A - A Venus
Proyecto A - A Urano
Proyecto A - A Pluton
The Free Design - Kites are Fun
Cosmic Michael - Heavy Boogie
Kan Mikami - Track 1 (title in Japanese characters)
Haunted George - Bone Cat

Episode 28 - 7-31-09 HARVESTER - 'HEMAT'


Chrome - Half Machine Lip Moves
Chet Bolins - All American Masher
The Bugaloos - Older Woman
Cecil Barfield - Hooks in the Water
Bobb Trimble - Night at the Asylum
Mutiny - Lump
D.J. Lebowitz - The King of Happiness
Kip Addotta - Wet Dream
David Tukhmanov - Track 1 (title in Cyrillic characters)
ODA - Cheated
Roky Erickson - I Have Always Been Here Before
Billy Costello - Let's All Sing like the Birdies Sing
Danny Ben-Israel - Dawn with Hash
Jim Fassett - Strange to Your Ears, Pt. 2
Harvester - When the Lingonberries are Ripened
Harvester - Beautiful Crystal
Harvester - Cock-Polska
The Fugs - Boobs a Lot
Harvester - Nepal Boogie
Harvester - Everybody (Needs Somebody to Love)
Harvester - Bacon Tomorrow
Harvester - And the Sun Rises
Residents - Birthday Boy
Jandek - Why Did I Change a Word in the Last Song?
Boruk Glasgow - Eddie My Love
Acid King - Full Reverse

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Rap is gettin' fucked up

So yeah, there's some pretty interesting hip hop stuff coming out these days. Here's some of the stuff I've heard recently thanks to the internet and WIDR. It kinda feels like it's '91 with the alt-rock boom, except even weirder. I've been tellin' folks who aren't into rap for years that it'll have the same arc rock music has had...basically if you think that rock and roll started in the 50's, it was reaching its popular creative peak about 20 years later with 'album rock' and concept albums and the like, then all the heady creative stuff went underground for a while until the late 80's/early 90's when 'regular' music listeners were ready for a different sound.

Now look at rap/hip hop. It became a real genre about 30 years after rock and roll, with Sugarhill records in the late 70's/early 80's. So, the creative peak of popular shit should be about 20 years later. Right, you've got your OutKast once they dropped 'Aquemini,' Fugees, Wu Tang, etc. And we can't forget rap's '60's' period which laid the blueprint for all this shit...In rap's case, it'd be the early 90's, with Cypress, Beastie Boys in their slacker phase, KRS-One, Nas, what have you.

So 'regular' radio-hip-hop-listeners are probably ready for something different, if we consider the 00's to be rap music's lame 80's bullshit period. I mean, the stuff I heard coming out of cars and parties in those years was fucking really bad. Auto-tune is the gated reverb of modern day.

But it had to end sometime, just like nobody wanted to hear A Flock of Seagulls or Def Leppard in the 90's. That's what all this shit is...the backlash of years of shitty music being crammed down peoples' throats. And the best part is, most of these new fuckers are giving their stuff away for free.


I'm not even gonna front. I love these guys. They can really do no wrong at this point. Tyler's 'Goblin' album was the shit, the TV show is hilarious, and the new OF Tape is their best work yet. Who cares if they're not self-aware, which is what all the indie folks want? So they don't like Antipop Consortium or Kool Keith. I think it's better they remain un-influenced by anyone. It's like the whole Nirvana 'fuck you, we just wanna write songs like the Beatles' thing. They just wanna rock out to some mid-period Eminem and do their own thing. Having listened to pretty much everything this crew has put out, here's my take on it:

Tyler, The Creator

The most visible member of the crew, but not necessarily my favorite. Tyler says it best in the opening track of 'Goblin'--he's not really a great rapper, but on the whole, he's pretty fucking cool. 'Goblin' was a terrific album, and 'Bastard' was really good, too. The most memorable cuts come from his releases, like 'AssMilk,' 'Yonkers,' 'Radicals' and 'Burger.' Honestly, what got me was how many times this kid says 'faggot' on record. Reminded me of the old days when Eminem actually scared people. What's scarier than some deep-voiced, possibly psychotic black kid calling you a fag and threatening to rape you?

Hodgy Beats/LeftBrain/MellowHype

Hodgy didn't really catch my ear til the new OF Tape, on which he totally steals the show. The 2nd MellowHype album is really cool if only because of LeftBrain's awesome production, which is totally fucking nuts. Some of his beats don't even line up properly and have this lopsided fucked feeling to them. Hodgy's solo output didn't do it for me, but he's definitely the most improved member of the crew.

Domo Genesis

I really liked 'Rolling Papers.' Real laid back shit, some of the best OF productions. Plus, 'Grocery Store' is probably my favorite OF track. Domo gets shit for not being as interesting as the other fellas, but I think his more toned-down approach is easy on the ears.

Earl Sweatshirt

The youngest and most talented OF member. His disc 'Earl' is hands-down my favorite to come out of this group. Mind-blowingly offensive, but the 'Oldie' track on OF Tape Vol. 2 proves that he can bring the skills even without being gratuitously shocking. I'm excited for his new stuff to come out.

Syd tha Kyd/Matt Martians

I'm not really into The Internet, which is this girl/guy's project, but it's definitely different. Really laid back electro-pop. A lot better than other shit like this that's coming out.

Frank Ocean

I haven't checked out too much of his solo stuff because I'm not into R and B, but his track 'Pyramids' is pretty goddamn creative for 'mainstream' sounding stuff. Plus, he always brings good choruses to OF tracks.

Then you've got all the members who only really appear on compilation mixtapes...Taco and Jasper are both funny, while not incredibly great rappers. I haven't heard any of Mike G's solo stuff, but his verses on OF tapes are some of my favorites.


These are a bunch of southern kids putting out mixtapes that are directly influenced by the syrup-soaked sound of early 90's southern rap like Three 6 Mafia. I got into that shit a few years back thanks to Twankle and Glisten, and they're pulling it off how it should be done. First of all, there aren't many 'legit' hip hoppers who have a real sense of history, so this is pretty cool. Plus, whereas the originals did lo-fi because they had to, these kids do lo-fi to get a specific sound. To me, that's the exact same thing as Guided By Voices trying to make albums like Beatles bootlegs.


His new album just came out on 4AD, which is kinda weird. I really like his beats...they're creepy and slurry and atmospheric. DJ Paul would be/probably is proud. His rhymes are so-so, REALLY sex-obsessed, which doesn't do it for me, but when he's on point he's great. 'Git Ya Head Bust' is one of the coolest jams to come out. Like Tyler, it's more about the whole thing than just his raps or his beats.

Metro Zu

These guys didn't really do it for me. Too sex-heavy, and the beats are too mainstream.

Lil Ugly Mane

What the hell is this dude? I think (?) he's a white guy, and he comes off like some ghetto Leatherface, using the absolute creepiest beats this crew has to offer. He's a pretty good rapper, having mastered the southern 'triplet'-style verse, and he's clever as hell. 'Mista Thug Isolation' is a solid release.

Denzel Curry

I'm feelin' this guy's stuff. His production is a little more dreamy than SpaceGhost's, and his rhymes aren't quite as sex-obsessed. The mixtapes he's put out are definitely the most 'dirty south' sounding stuff.

Dunno much about the other stuff they're putting out, but it's probably quality. Except A$AP Rocky...didn't get into it...I got more respect for the guys who produce AND rap...Clams Casino's beats are pretty legit, though.


This stuff is pretty weird. Kinda like a slowed-down Antipop Consortium, only this is a comparison they probably wouldn't get pissed at. More 'underground' minded than the previously mentioned stuff. They're signed to SubPop, so that's cool, right? Plus, they got a dude from Digable Planets to work with them.


Straight outta Detroit, land of horrorcore, comes this fucked up fella. A fellow WIDRite put together a mix of his songs, telling me that his albums don't hold up so well, but individual tracks are cool. I don't know, as I've still been digesting his CD, and haven't checked out full-lengths yet. The beats aren't really anything all that new, but his rhymes are refreshingly weird.


This guy was either a No Limit Soldier or a Cash Money Millionaire in the late 90's. Don't care enough to look up which it was. What's important is that now he's doing some really cool shit. This is a little too laid back for some people, but for a dopesmoker like me, it's perfect. Just commercial enough to turn some heads, but the beats he's using are really interesting, and he's developed a rhyme cadence that's half dirty-south, half New York in the early 90's. A really cool mix of flavors. 'Pilot Talk' I and II and 'Weekend at Burnie's' are both really solid...didn't like his recent release 'Stoned Immaculate' as much.


These guys are hilarious. I remember hearing the Pizza Hut/Taco Bell song from a friend a few years back, and thought it was stupid, but they've since proved themselves to be terrific and original MCs. I tried to hate 'Relax' because it's so big-budget sounding, but it's just too awesome.


This guy seems like he took way too much ecstacy. Kinda like he wants to love/sleep with everyone. Not as into it as some of this other stuff, but the 6Kiss mixtape was really cool. His newest 'real' release, 'I'm Gay,' has its moments, but he suffers from the 'not a producer/not the best rapper' thing. I do think his best work is worth checking out, though. The new-age stuff where he's freestyling over ambient background music is really really weird.


This is the drummer from Hella, who is absolutely nuts, with a loud, foul-mouthed rapper who looks like Kimbo Slice. The beats sample everything from Jane's Addiction to Black Flag, to Link Wray's 'Rumble.' It's like punk-rap...kinda...I dunno...whatever it is, it's cool, although 'Ex-Military' is wayyyyy better than their new release 'The Money Store.' New one sounds like they toned it down a bit and didn't use any samples either. Oh well, one amazing album is more than most artists drop these days.

So, all that, coupled with mainstream cats like Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa (who I don't really like, but appreciate what they bring to music) taking their cues from the underground, makes this a pretty exciting time for pop music.

I'm not posting any links because if you just do a little browsing, you should be able to find most of this stuff for free from the artists themselves.

Saturday, July 7, 2012

More obscuro 'casts...

Like the title says. Apparently I was late by an hour for the one below...oh well.

Episode 21 - 6-6-09


Nicodemus - The World of Parrot
Virgin Insanity - In the Eyes
Fendermen - Mule Skinner Blues
Konrad - My Girl
Bicycle - Oh Lord I'm Dying
Mark Tucker - Bataszew
Robbie the Werewolf - Vampire Man
Grand Nutz Da Ladies Man - Let's Chill
Shinki Chen - Corpse
Freddie Blassie - Hey Fred
Abner Jay - I'm So Depressed
Sunburned Hand of the Man - Unless You Confess
Dion McGregor - The Diet
Melvin Jackson - Funky Skull Pts. 1-2
Philemon Arthur and the Dung - Lille Pelle
Mr. Bungle - Third Floor Dungeon (Live)
Stone Harbour - Wonderland

Episode 22 - ***Removed by request***

Episode 23 - 6-20-09 BRIAN WILSON'S BIRTHDAY


Sammy Hall - A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Hell (I Got Saved, Saved, Saved)
Stone Harbour - Still Like that Rock N' Roll
AxCx - Saving Ourselves for Marriage
Crispin Hellion Glover - Auto-Manipulator
Silver Apples - A Pox on You
Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
Beach Boys - Shortenin' Bread
Brian Wilson - Vegetables
GG Allin and the Jabbers - Automatic
The Death Killers - Why Do Kids Always Ask those Stupid Questions
Hella - World Series
Beach Boys - Take a Load Off Your Feet
Sebadoh - Pink Moon
The Frogs - I Don't Care if You Disrespect Me, Just so You Love Me
Debris - Flight Taken
Brian Wilson - Metal Beach
Chillum - Fairy Tale
Dave Bixby - Drug Song
Daniel Johnston - The Dead Dog Laughing in the Cloud
Beach Boys - In My Room
Brian and Dennis Wilson - Oh Lord
The Reverend Glen Armstrong - Even Squeaky Fromme Loves Christmas
Beach Boys - Wind Chimes
Paste - Hornet's Nest
Beach Boys - Sail On Sailor
Danny Ben-Israel - Why Not
Brian Wilson - Smart Girls
Earth and Fire - Hazy Paradise
Peter Grudzien - Redemption and Prayer
Beach Boys - Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow (Live)

NOTE: Brian Wilson's 67th birthday...6/20/09...played a lot of lesser-known Beach Boys cuts from the Obscuro! archives. Sometime I'll put together an all-Brian compilation.

Episode 24 - 7-3-09 STONE HARBOUR - 'EMERGES'


YaHoWa 13 - Fire in the Sky
The Shaggs - It's Halloween
Chrome - Nova Feedback
Cloroform - Public Pervert
Armand Schaubroeck Steals - King of the Streets
The Gaylords - Yakety Yak
Simply Saucer - Nazi Apocalypse
Daniel Johnston - Held the Hand
Terry - Born in a Hole
Virgin Insanity - In the Eyes
Roky Erickson and the Aliens - Bloody Hammer
Y. Bhekhirst - Hot in the Airport
Michael Yonkers Band - My House
Stone Harbour - You'll Be a Star
Stone Harbour - Rock and Roll Puzzle
Stone Harbour - Grains of Sand
Stone Harbour - Summer Magic is Gone
Stone Harbour - Stone's Throw
Stone Harbour - Thanitos
Stone Harbour - Still Like that Rock and Roll
Stone Harbour - Ride
Stone Harbour - Dying to Love You
Stone Harbour - Workin' for the Queen
Philemon Arthur and the Dung - Om ni tycker jag undviker
The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Who's Knocking at My Door
Rancid Hell Spawn - Notting Hill Carnivore
Randy Holden - Fruit and Iceburgs
Mayo Thompson - Horses
Freddie Blassie - Pencil Necked Geek

NOTE: Despite being a rehash of tunes I've played before, this one was pretty significant...I switched from a Friday night 2 am timeslot to Thursday at midnight. That made a lot of difference as far as listeners go, and I tried to play a 'best of' the first few months for new ears. This was also the first show where I played an album all the way through--something that I did pretty much til the end of the show. This time it was Stone Harbour's lo-fi psych-metal disc 'Emerges.'

Friday, July 6, 2012

Bizarro Jerry's trash radio, vol. 2

...And the second one...possibly a little better because I prepared more...

Alex Chilton - Baron of Love, Pt. II
Exmortes - Forced to Be Silent
Esham (ft. Natas) - Game of Death
Dwarr - Job's Revenge
Ruth White - Spleen
The Fuckin' Flyin' A-Heads - Swiss Cheese Back
Carles Santos - Cant Energetic
High Speed and the Afflicted Man - Sun Sun
Sonik Omi - Ree Baba Ree Baba
Funkmaster Wizard Wiz - Bellevue Patient
Gary Wilson - You Think You Really Know Me
Riz Ortolani - Massacre of the Troupe (Cannibal Holocaust Soundtrack)
Residents - Arctic Hysteria
Home Boy and the C.O.L. - Home Boy's Revenge
Tommy Wright III - Meet Yo Maker
Wold - Nervosa
Philemon Arthur and the Dung - All Makt at Folke
Eerie Von - The Inferno Room
Phafner - Uncle Jerry
Unknown Thai Orchestra - Unknown Track 7
Konrad - My Girl Likes to Buy
Divine Styler - Touch
Lil Mac - I Need Wheels
Drug Problem - Sexually Transmitted Text Message
Moolah - The Hard Hit
MC Trachiotomy - Angel Dust
Black Sun - Writing on the Wall
Master Wilburn Burchette - Divine Revelation
Deep Switch - The Poison Lake
Megabusive - "your rap here..."
Wayne - Half Crazy Angel
Vagtazo Halottkemek - Tarulj Vilag
Brian Sands - This Lonely Knight
Ween - Right to the Ways and the Rules of the World
DJ Paul and Juicy J - Down to Make Some Ends
Phew - Circuit
Three 6 Mafia - 1000 Blunts