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by Jesse Walker

Sunday, November 02, 2008
CELEBRATION OF FEAR: I have posted a
podcast of my Halloween radio show (and put up last week's program as well). Here, meanwhile, is the playlist:

Black Sabbath: Sweet Leaf
Beck: Satan Was Way Cool
Presage: Project Lucifer
John Todd: Explaining the Illuminati (excerpt)
Iannis Xenakis: Pithoprakta (mixed with Todd)
Bob Dylan: When You Gonna Wake Up
Rage of the Sage: Satan Is Real
The Louvin Brothers: Satan Is Real
Tony Joe White: They Caught the Devil and Put Him in Jail in Eudora, Arkansas
Charlie Daniels: The Devil Went Down to Georgia
National Geographic: Exorcism
John Cale: Paris 1919
The Kinks: Wicked Annabella
Larry Jon Wilson: Sheldon Church Yard
Blind Boys of Alabama: Way Down in the Hole
The Bonzo Dog Band: Monster Mash
Mr. Show: Monster Parties, Fact or Fiction?
Jerry Lee Lewis: Haunted House
Mark Snow: The X Files Theme
Unsolved Mysteries: The Extraterrestrial Conspiracy (excerpt)
Robert Anton Wilson/Golden Horde: Little UFO
Firesign Theatre: Everything You Know Is Wrong (excerpt)
Carl Stalling: Anxiety Montage
The Black Mass: The Outsider
Robert Johnson: Hellhound on My Trail
MC 900 Foot Jesus: The City Sleeps
Richard Hell and the Voidoids: Destiny Street
George Putnam: Perversion for Profit (excerpt)
Hoppus the Caveman: '70s Porn Music (mixed with Putnam)
The Waterboys: The Stolen Child
Robert S. McGee: Harry Potter: Witchcraft Repackaged (excerpt)
Beck: Satan Gave Me a Taco
The Rudy Schwartz Project: Yodelin' Satan
Lowell Blanchard and the Valley Trio: Jesus Hits Like an Atom Bomb
Blind Boys of Alabama: Jesus Hits Like the Atom Bomb
Uncle Tupelo: Atomic Power
William S. Burroughs: Ah Pook the Destroyer/Brion Gysin's All-Purpose Bedtime Story
Johnny Cash: God's Gonna Cut You Down

Bits of the Xenakis piece appeared throughout the program, not just during John Todd's anti-Illuminist rant, but it would be tedious to list all its appearances. "The Outsider," an adaptation of the H.P. Lovecraft story, originally aired on KPFA-FM's The Black Mass in 1965; it's the one extended spoken piece that I played in full.

posted by Jesse 10:26 PM
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