Saturday, March 29, 2008

Mixed Tape Friday Night! Reflexiuns of Labor! Industrial Melt Down! (Belated)



Miss Suzie Wong, you are a lucky girl to have Camille make a tape for you! It certainly doesn't seem like you would want her as an enemy as she appears to be quite kick ass.

I have never claimed expert knowledge of 80's and 90's music, but I was a pretty astute listener during that era. Mixed Tape Friday Night has proved to me that I barely scratched the surface because every tape has killer tracks I have never heard before. If I were to pick one off this tape, it would have to be Death Method's "White Rabbit", a classic teenage freak out psychedelic scary song that makes Marilyn Manson sound like a breakfast cereal commercial.

Link

Side 1
Front Line Assembly - Force Fed
Beastie Boys - No Sleep Til Brooklyn
Swamp Terrorists - Green Blood
Birthday Party - Blast Off
Cyberaktif - Temper
Dead Kennedys - Terminal Preppie
Front 242 - DSM 02
Death Method - White Rabbit
Hilt - Real Cool Rain
Revolting Cocks - Big Sexy Land
Thrill Kill Kult - Do You Fear?
Emission O1 - Deep Throat

Side 2
Insekt - In The Eye
Swamp Terrorists - Hidden
Skinny Puppy - God's Gift Maggot
Leatherstrap - I am Your Conscience
Hunger - Shoot to Kill
Controlled Bleeding - Auto Grind
Insurgent - No Time Trespassing
Schnitt Acht - Random Funk
Skreen - Sympathy for the Devil
Swamp Terrorists - Truth or Dare
Nitzer Ebb - Control



About D+R Mixed Tape Radio
Every Friday night, Dinosaurs and Robots will upload a dusty cassette mixed tape! Found at garage sales and junkyard glove boxes, mixed tapes provide all the voyeuristic thrills of reading somebody’s diary without the related ethical quandaries.

Tune in each week for a new exploration into heavy metal thunder road trips, teenage bedroom melancholy meltdowns, college radio clunkers, headbanger barf bag parties, glam rock glitter fests, industrial punch-your-lights-out rockers and the ill-advised tapes created by lovers soon to be spurned. Before collaborative filtering, music was hand selected for us by those who know us best.