September 2007 Radio Rumpus Room Archives

Most people would rather die than think.

— Some German flight instructor whose name I forget right now

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Don’t you give me no dirty looks
Your father’s hip he knows what cooks.
Just tell your hoodlum friends outside
You ain’t got time to take a ride.
YAKKITY-YAK!
DON’T TALK BACK!

— The Coasters, Yakkity-Yak
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Tonight we talked with Sal from Chicago’s Goldstars. They’ll be at the Triple Rock Social Club on Thursday, opening for the legendary Black Godfather Andre Williams, and backing him as well!

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We can do nothing but benefit your dreary lives.

— John Lydon, Public Image Ltd.

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So where’s the gosh-darn archive?

The primary computer that archives the KFAI’s programs went haywire early Friday evening and so, unfortunately, no archive of this show exists. We had a great show with interview and live performances by Minneapolis power pop band Skeleton Ed, and a visit by Keith Patterson (the Spectors, the Conquerors, the Funseekers, et al) as well.

Thankfully staff was able to provide for steaming all the tracks we played on the show, which had been recorded live in the KFAI studios the night before.

The Spectors, Skeleton Ed, the Loose Rails and the Beatifics will be performing in the 7th Street Entry this Thursday, Oct. 4.

You can hear our live Skeleton Ed tracks right here:

1971 (Stream):http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/LivePerformances/1971_skeletoned.rm
Chords of Love (Stream):http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/LivePerformances/chords_of_love_skel...
Good Girls (Stream):http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/LivePerformances/good_girls_skeleton...
Message to Judy (Stream):http://helix.kfai.org/ramgen/replay/LivePerformances/judy_skeletoned.rm

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