DJ Wrongspeed
Bad Day for Owling Championships
Resonance FM's DJ Wrongspeed presents the sound of a hard drive going wrong
Last year we asked DJ Wrongspeed of Resonance FM's tumultuous Red Zero Radio shows to put together a rowdy mix to blow away the winter cobwebs. He describes the resulting 21 minutes, Bad Day for Owling Championships, as 'a messed up hard drive all going wrong'; he also adds that some of the track names are better than the actual music... but we'll let you be the judge of that.
Paul Holmes shot the excellent abandoned surgery photo that accompanys the mix. You can check out more of his pictures here.
  • Henri Chopin - Respirent
  • Pain Jerk - 'and it takes only minutes for a flock to gather on the carcass'
  • Sully - Destroyah
  • Torqux - Relentless (16bit remix)
  • NoizeCreator - Pushit! (Dirty version '97)
  • Xanopitcon - Ortext
  • Xanopitcon - 4 hit points (Atomhead Secret Level remix)
  • Zod 08?
  • Robert & Chiquito - Voyage Surprise
  • Outside Agency - Our fear
  • Statas - Despairia
  • Bazooka - Hardcore-Core-Mother-Fucker
  • Synthe.Labo - We Don't Need to Multiply
  • Macronympha - Esculant Incorporation of Humanity
  • Binray - Beta_Block
  • Bazooka- Looking for Headbangers
  • Altered Beast - Progression in Defeat as a Profit on Greediness (Drumcorps remix)
  • The Barbarians - Mounty
  • Aufgehoben - Annex Organon
  • Droon - Switching Current (Problem Mix)
  • Eustachian - ?
  • Yakmatsu Eye/Otomo Yoshihide ?
  • Eustachian - ?
  • Destroy Rock'n'Roll ?
  • Passenger of Shit -Cockbashingterdbutcher
  • Piss Tank - 7"?
  • Passenger of Shit - Lick My Diaper
  • Grange Hill Case - Just Say No

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