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Half Machine Lip Moves Episode 12: 9/10/2017


This show ended up being a cheery one (mostly) themed around war and nuclear annihilation. We started with a punk/hardcore set, then we went into industrial, EBM, and minimal wave, then there was a tribute to the late Holger Czukay and a rare Coil track. As usual, the playlist and file are available below for you to view and stream/download. Did we mention you can subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play Music, or by using this handy-dandy RSS feed?

Half Machine Lip Moves Episode 12: 9/10/2017
File size: ~165 megabytes

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  1. Throbbing Gristle: Propaganda (Intro) (Assume Power Focus, 1982, Power Focus/Paragoric) [0:00:00 - 0:00:31]
  2. Prurient: Many Jewels Surround the Crown (Bermuda Drain, 2011, Hydra Head Records) [0:00:31 - 0:03:16]
  3. High-Functioning Flesh: Flash Memory (A Unity of Miseries, A Misery of Unities, 2014, DKA Records) [0:03:16 - 0:10:49]
  4. Infest: Life’s Halt (Slave, 1986, Deep Six Records/Draw Blank Records/Off the Disk Records) [0:10:49 - 0:12:42]
  5. Voorhees: I Wish I Was a Fly (Smiling at Death, 1996, Grand Theft Audio) [0:12:42 - 0:13:13]
  6. Voorhees: Build More Bombs (“, “, “) [0:13:13 - 0:14:17]
  7. Gloom: Nuclear Annihiliation (濁流玉砕雑核音 [Dakuryū Gyokusai Zatsu Kakuon] ‘91, 2010, Gloom) [0:14:17 - 0:15:47]*
  8. The Authorities: Achtung! (Puppy Love, 1995, Buckwheat Headlock Productions/Get Hip Recordings) [0:15:47 - 0:17:45]
  9. Discharge: The Realities of War (The Realities of War 7", 1980, Clay Records/Havoc Records) [0:17:45 - 0:18:54]
  10. Arctic Flowers: Rising (Reveries, 2011, Inimical Records/Sabotage/Trująca Fala) [0:18:54 - 0:21:59]
  11. The Mob: No Doves Fly Here (May Inspire Revolutionary Acts, 2007, Overground Records) [0:21:59 - 0:28:13]
  12. Chrome: March of the Chrome Police (A Cold Clammy Bombing) (Half Machine Lip Moves, 1979, Siren/Touch & Go/Beggars Banquet/Dossier/Cleopatra) [0:31:16 - 0:34:48]
  13. Zeni Geva: Ground Zero (Freedom Bondage, 1995, Alternative Tentacles/Piggymot Records) [0:34:48 - 0:45:44]
  14. Atari Teenage Riot: Death Star (Burn, Berlin, Burn!, 1997, Grand Royal/Digital Hardcore Recordings) [0:45:44 - 0:51:03]
  15. Treponem Pal: Too Many Humans (Treponem Pal, 1989, R/C Records/Roadracer Records/Roadrunner Records/Mg Records) [0:56:23 - 0:59:36]
  16. Youth Code: To Burn Your World (A Place to Stand, 2014, Dais Records) [0:59:36 - 1:02:30]
  17. 3Teeth: Pearls 2 Swine (3Teeth, 2014, Dais Records) [1:02:30 - 1:07:41]
  18. Poupée Fabrikk: Destruktor (Portent, 1991, Energy Rekords/Cock Production) [1:07 - 1:11:23]
  19. Funker Vogt: Wartime (We Came to Kill, 1997, Zoth Ommog/Metropolis Records/Soyuz Music) [1:11:23 - 1:15:46]
  20. :Wumpscut:: Krieg (Preferential Legacy & Music For a German Tribe, 2003, Metropolis Records) [1:15:46 - 1:20:24]
  21. Haus Arafna: Electronic Terrorism (Children of God, 1998, Galakthorrö) [1:22:37 - 1:26:01]
  22. Winterkälte: Ban Depleted Uranium Weapons (Poison Dust) (Disturbance, 2004, Hands Productions) [1:31:05 - 1:36:56]
  23. Throbbing Gristle: The World is a War Film (Heathen Earth, 1980, Industrial Records/Fetish Records/Mute/Elektra Entertainment/The Grey Area) [1:36:56 - 1:44:45]
  24. Haujobb: Let’s Drop Bombs (New World March, 2011, Basic Unit Productions/Zweieck Recordings/Tympanik Audio/Artoffact Records) [1:44:45 - 1:49:32]
  25. Pop Will Eat Itself: Ich Bin Ein Ausländer (Dos Dedos Mis Amigos, 1994, Infectious Records/Midi Inc./Nothing Records/Interscope Records/Rough Trade/Liberation Records/Cherry Red) [1:52:35 - 1:56:32]
  26. KMFDM: Terror (Nihil, 1995, Wax Trax! Records/TVT Records/Polystar/Metropolis Records) [1:56:32 - 2:01:22]
  27. Apoptygma Berzerk: Non-Stop Violence (7, 1996, Tatra/Metropolis/Black Rain/Hammerheart Records/Hard:Drive/Artoffact Records) [2:01:22 - 2:08:09]
  28. Oppenheimer Analysis: Radiance (New Mexico, 2005, Minimal Wave) [2:08:09 - 2:12:51]
  29. Snowy Red: Euroshima (Wardance) (The Right to Die, 1982, Dirty Dance) [2:12:51 - 2:17:15]
  30. Holger Czukay & Rolf Dammers: Boat-Woman-Song (Canaxis, 1969, Music Factory/Base Record/Spoon Records/Revisited Rec.) [2:22:31 - 2:39:56]
  31. Coil: Egyptian Basses (Previously Unreleased, Unknown Year) (According to Brainwashed, this was a bootleg track that was reworked into the song “Princess Margaret’s Man in the D’Jamalfina” on The New Backwards.) [2:41:16 - 2:49:31]

* Listener request. Thanks for listening and requesting!



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