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Half Machine Lip Moves Episode 45: 6/17/2018


This episode marked our one-year anniversary of going on the air. (The show debuted on June 16, 2017.) We started with an industrial block. The second and third blocks had punk, garage-punk, no wave, post-punk, hard rock/proto metal, experimental, and industrial themed around fathers and Father's Day. Then we had a post-punk set, a synthwave/whatever-wave set, and closed with a spacey ambient track.


Half Machine Lip Moves
Episode 45
File size: ~155 megabytes

  1. Throbbing Gristle: Propaganda (Intro) (Assume Power Focus, 1982, Power Focus/Paragoric) [0:00:00 - 0:00:39]
  2. Prurient: Many Jewels Surround the Crown (Bermuda Drain, 2011, Hydra Head Records) [0:00:39 - 0:03:23]
  3. Murder Inc.: Murder Inc. (Murder Inc., 1992, Devotion/Invisible Records) [0:03:23 - 0:10:03]
  4. Killing Joke: Love Like Blood (Night Time, 1985, EG Records) [0:10:03 - 0:16:47]
  5. Doubting Thomas: Father Don't Cry (The Infidel, 1991, Wax Trax!/TVT Records) [0:16:47 - 0:22:01]*
  6. Box of Fish: Our Father (Inverted Grunge 1984, 2008, Fish Music) [0:25:24 - 0:28:39]
  7. Kreamy 'Lectric Santa: Father of the Universe (Technical Difficulties Since Day One Compilation, 199x, Scam Zine/Records) [0:28:39 - 0:31:26]
  8. Descendents: My Dad Sucks (Two Things At Once, 1986, New Allience/SST Records) [0:31:26 - 0:32:02]
  9. Circle Jerks: Operation (Group Sex, 1980, Frontier Records) [0:32:02 - 0:33:31]
  10. Disasternauts: My Dad's the Heat (Backbone/My Dad's the Heat 7", 1998?, Self-Released) [0:33:31 - 0:36:34]
  11. Arab on Radar : God is Dad (Yahweh Or the Highway, 2001, Skin Graft Records) [0:36:34 - 0:38:34]
  12. Nervous Choir: Daddy Says (Diamonds Elvis, Unknown Year, Unknown Label) [0:38:34 - 0:41:09]
  13. Virgin Prunes: Come to Daddy (A New Form of Beauty, 1983, Rough Trade/New Rose/Mute) [0:41:09 - 0:51:10]
  14. Cycle [UK]: Father of Time (Cycle, 1971, SRT Productions) [0:58:04 - 1:02:11]
  15. Aphex Twin: Father (Drukqs, 2001, Warp Records) [1:02:11 - 1:03:03]
  16. Aphex Twin: Come to Daddy (Come to Daddy, 1997, Warp Records) [1:03:03 - 1:07:23]
  17. Funker Vogt: Father (We Came to Kill, 1997, ) [1:07:23 - 1:11:46]
  18. Syrinx: Father of Light (Syrinx, 1970, True North Records) [1:11:46 - 1:14:01]
  19. NON: Father's Day (Easy Listening For the Iron Youth, 1989, Mute) [1:14:01 - 1:21:55]*
  20. Criminal Code: Lifeless (Twenty-Five, Thirty-Four, 2018, Deranged Records) [1:25:00 - 1:27:40]
  21. Voight Kampff: Nostalgia Garbage (Voight Kampff, 2013, Deranged Records/Rock Bottom Records) [1:27:40 - 1:30:04]
  22. Neon Piss: Sickening Wind (Neon Piss, 2012, Deranged Records/Cut the Cord That… Records) [1:30:04 - 1:32:29]
  23. Neon Piss: Bullet in the Back (", ", ") [1:32:29 - 1:35:58]
  24. Red Dons: Pieces (Fake Meets Failure, 2010, Deranged Records/Taken By Surprise Records/Nada Nada Disco) [1:35:58 - 1:39:03]
  25. Red Dons: My Life in Exile (", ", ") [1:39:03 - 1:42:39]
  26. Nervosas: Night Room (Nervosas, 2015, Dirtnap Records) [1:42:39 - 1:45:23]
  27. The Bellicose Minds: Tension Building (The Buzz or Howl Sessions, 2010, Self-Released/A389 Records) [1:45:23 - 1:48:50]
  28. Esplendor Geometrico: Moscu Está Helado (1980-81 Prehistoric Sounds - Necrosis En La Poya and More, 2012, Geometrik Records) [1:52:30 - 1:56:12]
  29. Techniques Berlin: Love Via Computer (Suburban Playgrounds and Concrete Beaches, 2012, Fabrika Records) [1:56:12 - 2:02:37]
  30. Bal Paré: Palais D'Amour (Cold Waves and Minimal Electronics Vol. 1 Compilation, 2010, Angular Recording Corporation) [2:02:37 - 2:06:14]
  31. Iko: Subway 49 (‘83, 1982, Manhattan-Formula/Medical Records LLC) [2:06:14 - 2:11:06]
  32. Dollkraut: Rollercoaster (Schimanski’s Black Lullabies, 2014, The Gym) [2:11:06 - 2:18:25]
  33. Coil: The Mothership and the Fatherland (LP Version) (Astral Disaster, 1999, Prescription (UK)/Threshold House) [2:22:36 - 2:44:42]

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