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Ethno-Illogical Psycho-Radiographies: 310: Helloween
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31 Oktober 2005 / 17.00-19.00
Ghosts were created when the first man awoke
in the night.
o J.M. Barrie
One need not be a chamber to be haunted;
One need not be a house;
The brain has corridors surpassing
o Emily Dickinson
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Some Horror Sound of the Night > Topstone 
It's Halloween > Jack Dangers 
A Night in a Haunted House > Generic Evil 
Urantia (Hall of Souls) > Mental Nomad 
Michael Lewis, angry at his gay boyfriend, used the movie 'Die Hard
With a Vengeance' as his inspiration. He drugged his boyfriend, Tony
Berry, into an almost catatonic state, then dressed him only in a
double-sided sandwich-board that read "Death to all Niggers!" on 1
side and "God loves the K.K.K." on the other. Lewis then dropped the
victim off in downtown Harlem, NY. 2 minutes later Berry was dead.
Witch Laugh > Generic Evil 
Ghost Dub > Jack Dangers 
Experiment in Terror > Henry Mancini 
Fiona Given, 17 years old, was killed by a hitman hired by her
ex-boyfriend after she broke off their relationship. The hitman was
promised to be paid $500,000 for the task. The hitman killed the
boyfriend after he found out that a 16 year old high school student,
whose father was in jail for rape and whose mother worked as an
ironing lady, didn't have access to $500,000.
Halloween > Dream Syndicate 
Halloween > Monster Island 
Carney > Leon Russell 
Hob Goblins> Monster Island 
The Dead are Coming Back > Night of the Living Dead 
Suicide Underground > Air vs Gordon Track 
Military Sargent John Joe Winter killed his "two timing wife" by
loading her car with Trintynitrate explosive (similar to C4). The
Ford Taurus she was driving was filled with 750 kilograms of
explosive, forming a force twice as powerful as the Oklahoma Bombing.
The explosion was witnessed by several persons, some up to 14 km
away. No trace of the car or the victim were ever found, only a 55 m
deep crater and 500 m of missing road.
Ghost Story > John Cale 
Daughter of Darkness > Tom Jones 
Ouverture de Cette Tombe > Lefdup & Lefdup 
Voodoo > Black dog vs Black Sifichi 
Banging Shutter > Generic Evil 
Francis Mass > PiL 
Dead Coming Back > Night of the Living Dead 
Halloween > The Freeze 
Making Monsters For My Friends > Ramones 
Wicked Insane Evil Dub > Jack Dangers 
How Can You Kill Me, I'm Already Dead > Shockabilly 
Vincent Bugliosi interviews Paul Watkins, Charles Manson's former
"right hand man": Manson organized sex orgies and dominated everyone
in the family using fear, Paul says. Paul claims he became a part of
the family because he believed Manson was Jesus Christ. Paul
explains that Manson believed the Beatles were speaking to him
through their music, telling him to start a race war against black
people. Bugliosi realizes that Manson's motive was to kill white
people in order to spur the war.
California Hippie Murders > Red River Dave 
Heksen Sabbath [excerpt] > Boudewijn de Groot 
Whistlin' Past the Graveyard > Tom Waits 
Zombie Dance > Cramps 
You're Dead, Let's Disco > Beans 
Wake the Witch > Kate Bush 
Heksen Sabbath [excerpt] > Boudewijn de Groot 
Witchcraft > Frank Sinatra 
The Secrets Are Everywhere > Kyron 
Face to Face with Death > Kathy Acker 
Zombies Walk > Jack Dangers 
 "Horror Sounds of the Night" on Topstone cassette. Purportedly
made by drop-out warlocks in a small Wisconsin village when they went
on a vengeful terror onslaught wearing day-glo dildos and Roger
Corman masks circa 1979.
 "TINO'S BREAKS 6 - HALLOWEEN DUB" on Tino, 2002. Dangers of Meat
Beat Manifesto has done many fun and interesting non-MBM solo
projects. This is a fun Halloween dub record filled with great tacky
scary sound effects.
 "Sounds to Make You Shiver" on Pickwick.
 "Mentallica and Its Inhabitants" on Wordsound
<www.wordsound.com>. Great gloomy Brooklyn bottomfeeder doomsday dub
beats, with metal and ghouls in an underworld of hopeless celebration.
 "The Best of Henry Mancini. Drifting between the corpses of
royalty and overrrated pianists. The horror of glamour.
Mahmood Foli, 22 years old, was killed by an unknown member of the
Russian Mafia after he accidentally took away the gangster's drink
too soon at the nightclub he worked in. The gangster was so upset
that he forced the waiter to drink over 27 litres of Coca Cola (the
drink he had taken away) until Mahmood drowned.
 "The Days of Wine and Roses" on Ruby 1982. Long hair garage punk
sounding like Velvet and Jesus & Mary Chain half-brothers.
 "Dream Tiger" on The End Is Here <www.thebookbeat.com>. Post
Destroy All Monsters music composed by Cary Loren and sounding like a
cross between Seeger children's songs and lullabies and the Swans
during a tender moment. Quite moving, even though the songs deal with
their fascination for monsters and goblins
 "Carney" on Shelter vinyl, 1972. LR has always operated somewhere
between Dylan and Dr. John; illumination and ooze Here he does his
best to to make a kind of peripatetic, wandering soul, traveling
minstrel concept album that mixes druggie hallucinations, poetic
metaphor, and carnival lore.
 "Night of the Living Dead" by George Romero may be one of the
scariest movies I have ever seen. Especially the scene where we see
the little girl in the basement eating a human limb. Romero on an
extremely low budget managed to capture a kind of universal fear
 "Virgin Suicides" by air and Gordon Track [voiceover] for sophia
Coppola's debut. Air operating somewhere between the Moogs of prog
rock, the ghost of Gainsbourg, Andre Kostelanetz and garage rock.
Peter Stone, 42 years old, was murdered by his 8-year-old daughter,
who he had just sent to her room with no dinner. Young Samantha felt
that if she couldn't have dinner no one should, and she promptly
inserted 72 rat poison tablets into her father's coffee as he
prepared dinner. The victim took one sip and promptly collapsed
(Samantha was given a suspended sentence as the judge felt she didn't
realise what she was doing, until she tried to poison her mother
using the same method 1 month later).
 "Vintage Violence" on Columbia vinyl. Grumpy old man with too much talent.
 "The Tenth Anniversary Album" on Tele House vinyl.
 The dark dingy dub made famous at WordSound continues to gurgle
like poison in a deep well in the middle of France somewhere.
 "Genetically Modified" on Hydrogen Dukebox
<www.hydrogendukebox.com>. Excellent trans-sexual Leroi Jones meets
Scottish insanity in an empty dank castle. Loch Ness dub. Monster
beats and club feet. Sifichi is Kenneth Patchen with DJ RSI. A
tempest in a shot glass. With the voice of reason gone apeshit.
Actually Ken Nordine's stepson and an extra in many Warhol quickies
 "The Flowers of Romance" on Warner Brothers. "Mount Joy is fun /
Go down for life / Francis Moran go down for life" "Heaven" on
Julia Smeeth, 20 years old, was killed by her brother Michael because
she talked on the phone too long. Michael clubbed his sister to death
with a cordless phone, then stabbed her several times with the broken
 "The Freeze" 45. Punk and Halloween seem like a perfect marriage.
 "Ramones: The Chyrasalis Years" on EMI, 2002. Not as good as
their earlier years, and this includes plenty of not-great live
recordings. But, still, you gotta admit the Ramones and Halloween are
made for each other like vampire bats and blood.
 "Heaven" on Fundamental, 1985 vinyl. Great Shockabilly period
mid-way thru Reagan This song quotes Charles Manson, Halloween
incarnate on this earth and every hippie dream gone sour. He has
always been a Nostradamus buffoon who has nonetheless been able to
point out many hypocrisies and inconsistencies of straight society.
 Red River Dave is a fascinating balladeer who composed hundreds
of news/history topical songs. His tackiest and most amazing is this
one which presents the classical redneck analysis of all that ails us
is LSD. A slippery slope between LSD and Charles Manson plus YODELING
and Sharon Tate screams.
 "Nacht en Ontij" on Decca vinyl. Prime Donovan-like
singer-songwriter from a period where all evidence of intellgence
seemed to emerge from this conduit: long-hair [sensitive] man with
guitar. Boy, were we wrong. But I was only 13
Helena Simms, wife of the famous American Nuclear Scientist Harold
Simms, was killed by her husband after he found out about her affair
with a neighbor. For 3 months, Harold substituted Helena's eye shadow
with a uranium composite that was highly radioactive, until she died
of radiation poisoning.
 "Used Songs" on Rhino 2001. Waits emerged as that year's Neil
Young meets Charles Bukowski [I always thought his voice fit with
Bukowski's face] into this era's Captain Beefheart.
 "Songs the Lord Taught Us" on IRS, 1980. One of the great
Halloween soundtrack bands. The nightmare begins when you turn them
off. The nightmare continues when you turn them on again. Like the
edgiest most bitter scum squeegied off the floor of Sun Studios.
 "Shock City Maverick" Warp 2004. MC/producer of hiphop group
Anti-Pop Consortium and self-described "Ornette Coleman of this rap
shit", he seems to move easily from provocational sounds to sensual
beats to hyper-pumped up electric existential beats to gloomy cloudy
weather heralded by a cello piece, there is a bemused sense of sci-fi
apocalypse tweaking our senses as we roam around looking for
something to activate any sense in a profound way. Very good.
 "Hounds of Love" on EMI vinyl. "Help this blackbird, there's a
stone around my leg."
 "Sinatra: 40 Golden Hits" on Arcade/Capitol vinyl. He was a
timebomb who went off more than once. In part, his effect was
produced by the affected elegance and élan of his style [a la the Rat
Pack], who came off like Beatniks stuck in Las Vegas or the Bowery
Boys in well-tailored suits. This élan had to compete with a
hair-trigger set of emotional states that bordered on petty and
psychotic, infantile and volatile.
 "Persistence of Secrets" <www.deconstructionist.com/blacknote>
Ethereal and righteous gloom arises gothically and rhizomically out
of info culture.
 "Redoing Childhood" Kill Rock Stars <www.killrockstars.com>,
2000 o Kathy Acker: Having tried to read Acker earnestly - and
failing - and having seen her read in the pallid flesh I was all set
to expect the worst. I was going to hate this because of what came
before. I had even satirized her in my own writings as the
self-declared offspring of William Burroughs [see Crimes of the
Beats, <http://www.autonomedia.org>]. I now regret giving tribute in
this review, which appeared in an American Book Review 2001[?] review
I was doing fairly regularly on spoken word. I finally had to quit
because of differences I had with one editor regarding censorship
Anyway, I always hate post-mortem homages and retrospectives because
they do the dead person no good and make us feel better about having
forgotten an artist while they were alive. But beyond Acker's
pretentious pomo declarations embracing dysfunction as redemption,
and despite her post-punk-Goth persona that rolled out the black
carpet to appropriately set her stage - there was even a little coven
of wan-fleshed Goths at her NY Tower Books reading, 1995 - I was
really drawn in by her readings on Childhood. Ironically, on the flip
side, Hal Willner, who I really admire, produced Childhood. He pretty
much "invented" the quality tribute album with his Brecht/Weill
tribute in the late 80s. Her reality is neither sci nor fi but some
kind of rhizomic journey through a field of bad post-Burroughs dreams
where you wend your way through Alphaville, Interzone, and the
Torture Garden using brain scans as navigational tools. Mythology not
as fiction but as a way of rendering our malaise visible. The
profound imagination at work here is something I never felt reading
her texts. Her spoken words offer her a mobility usually only
available to a Rimbaud or an astronaut. She negotiates her way
through a labyrinth of textual planes, appropriated myths,
recuperations of awareness through neo-Catholic suffering and
decadence, and fanciful Borgesian plot turns. She has the courage and
integrity of facing her confusion - the confusion between being and
moving, buying and becoming. And so, it must be said, she manages,
through magic of a dramatically blasé delivery, to bring what I once
considered pretentious and boring to life beyond life. Her voyage -
even her "Face To Face With Death" - ultimately becomes "our" voyage.
And that is to be commended. [From my own 2002 American Book Review
review of this disc]
Gail Queens, 23 years old, was killed by her zookeeper boyfriend
Matthew Kellaway after she refused him sex. He 'invited her' to the
zoo to see the lions feeding, and at feeding time led her into a room
that had a large slide away panel. He explained to her that it was a
large glass viewing window to watch the lions devour their prey. He
'ducked out for a quick smoke' and locked her in the room. Suddenly
the slide away panel opened to reveal many people staring at her. She
was just about to yell and tell them that they were on the wrong side
of the glass when she realised that it was her on the wrong side.
Another panel opened and three hungry lions were let into the pen.
Gail survived for two days in hospital before dying of massive
Notes on other Patapoe audionauts & nuts:
o Jonges v/d Vlakte [Boys from the Plains]: "De cottonpickin' Jongens
van de cottonpickin' Vlakte" play a piquant, illuminating, and
playfully irritating mix of faulty music, of near-misses, of obscure
failures, of world music that is not from this world 19.00-20.30
[Dutch time, subtract 1 hr for UK, subtract 6 hrs for US East Coast]
Mondays @ PTP
o Dr. Doo Wop is one of the most eccentric and stimulating radio
shows anywhere. Sartre, DeSade, Doo Wop and music from the gonads.
Now on Radio Patapoe on Sunday 17.00-18.00 Amsterdam time
o Radio Antarctica is in temporary exile in the UK. Expect periodic
patriotic broadcasts to rouse the troops on the mainland.
o Rara Runnynose: "wonky-tonk, flop'n'roll, kids musique and
infomercials live in a haunted house. tech? NO!" 17.00-19.00 Tuesdays
o POLYPHAKE PLAPPERLAPAPP: "polyphone audioerosion featuring
occasional beatweirdniks in an plaperlappap assemblage hosted by
F.Fiasko 22:30-?? Wednesdays
o Radio Worm: Rotterdam-based radio collective presents inventive
programming to baffle all preconceptions. Midnight Sundays and in
o HET PROGRAMMA: industrial lounge for collapsing people. Tuesdays 21:00
* new home of Amsterdam's Radio Vrije Keyser: 89.6 FM
* Radio Tonka, The Hague's 10-year-old free radio <www.radiotonka.nl/>
* Radio Wanklank 90.9 FM, free radio in Wageningen <www.wanklank.nl>
* Radio Libertaire, Paris 89.3 <http://dune2.info:5000/radiolib.m3u>
* Black Sifichi / Audiometric is broadcast on :
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Eko Des Garrigues 88.5 FM Montpellier ( 19h - 22h)
RTF 95.4 FM Limoges (wed 21h-23h) http://www.rtflimoges.com)
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