Spannered Oddcast #8
DJ Bus Replacement Service
Posted by DJ Bylamplight
on 6 May 2009 (20:09:43)
Paralyzed got voted one of the worst songs ever recorded (look it up on wikipedia). I think it's pretty nice though and makes me want to get smashed and listen to it on repeat. I picked up the 45 from a record dealer not too long ago who just wrote "screamer" on the sleeve. The flipside is even weirder but goes on a bit too long.
Normal Oddcast service has been suspended. Your 50-minute alternate journey will be provided by DJ Bus Replacement Service with contributions from MC Toilet. It may not be going where you wish to travel
DJ Bus Replacement Serivce (pictured left) has been described by multidisciplinary artist Russell Haswell as "evil" and "like a policewoman". She has now left the UK. 

MC Toilet (pictured right) has been described by Brian Eno as "a visionary, a towering ellipsis of musicality, verve, passion and lyricism". He adds cohesion and class to an otherwise challenging playlist.
 
This Oddcast is dedicated to Tony & William.

Tracklisting:
  • Quincy Sing-a-long Theme
  • Black Tea - No Flow For The Hos
  • The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Paralyzed
  • John "Bowtie" Barstow - Silent Night
  • Robert Alberg - Walking Alone On The Sandy Beach
  • Rabaue - Pizza Hut
  • Pirahna Man - Cats In The Cradle
  • (Not) Sabrina - Boys, Boys, Boys
  • Loli Terremoto de Alcorcon - Hung Up
  • Cromagnon - Caledonia
  • Eilert Pilarm - Elvis megamix
  • E Pak Sa excerpt


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