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Re: So I don't like to hear Nirvana every two hours...

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:20 pm

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From: "Kristee McChargue" <kristeemcchargue@h...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 4:40 pm
Subject: RE: [indie1031fm] Re: So I don't like to hear Nirvana every two hours...does that mean

I wonder if we knew one another? I was best buddies with the boys from Shattered Faith. In fact, I saw them at the Galaxy back in October. Jerry Roach was just that. A COCKroach.

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Jackanape

Post by MicheBel » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:22 pm

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From: michebel@y...
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 4:51 pm
Subject: Re: So I don't like to hear Nirvana every two hours...


--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "Kristee McChargue"
<kristeemcchargue@h...> wrote:
>You missed the point completely ya jackenape.

Good God, is Jonesy responsible now for putting the word "jackanape" back into the lexicon? Heaven help us.
Loving ALL of Indie's shows, especially the guys they've been having in the morning!

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Re: So I don't like to hear Nirvana every two hours...

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:23 pm

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From: "Robert" <randbservices@y...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 5:03 pm
Subject: Re: So I don't like to hear Nirvana every two hours...

well, I eventually evolved more into the ska and mod scene. I wrote lyrics for a local group called The Jetz that played at the Nest and Radio City quite often and hung out with the Untouchables, Three O'Clock and little Suzie Hoffs of the Bangs . . . err Bangles. The big shows I remember at the Nest were Iggy Pop, the Motels and X. I know there were others that I was just too intoxicated to remember

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Re: Dicky's show

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From: "XxJack12xX" <xxjack12xx@d...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 5:05 pm
Subject: Re: Dicky's show

Same, although Dicky, hmm, could be interesting. I hope he plays more music than talk though. I like to wake up to soothing punk rock rather than idiots giggling on the radio. I don't know about everyone else, but I am quite grumpy in the morning because I had to wake up!

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Re: Dickie's show

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:25 pm

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From: "Robert" <randbservices@y...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 5:08 pm
Subject: Re: Dickie's show

you're right, Entravision . . . whatever. lets all pray to whoever it is we're supposed to pray to that this all goes well and lasts long enough to give a generation some hope.

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Re: Sex Tramp

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:26 pm

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From: Dawn Wirth <bigmouthbakery@y...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 5:40 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: Sex Tramp

brilliant it was!

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Re: INDIE ROCKS! BUT....

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:27 pm

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From: "dasherrob" <dasherrob@y...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 5:46 pm
Subject: Re: INDIE ROCKS! BUT....

Um, not throwing a personal insult at Mr. Lewis, but. . .

"the reason they don't back-announce songs is so kroq won't find out who it is!"?!?!?!?

WTF! Dude, that has to be the dumbest thing I've ever heard which leads me to believe that it just might be true. Where'd you hear this?

Finally, I think we need to call a moratorium on anyone on this list calling anyone else out on "not being a real indie fan." What is this, grade school? Hey, here's an idea, why don't we start teasing and ostracizing anyone who doesn't think EXACTLY the way that we do! And then we can be just like the stereotypical KROQ audience members that we love to slam . . . except we'll be cool when we do it.

We may not all be grown-ups here, but that doesn't mean we can't kinda act like adults, no?

Much love,

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Re: [indie1031fm] Sex Tramp

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:28 pm

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From: Aerin Harris <pandakeeper@g...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 9:01 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Sex Tramp

I heard the Def Leopard thing. That was so great!

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Re: [indie1031fm] Sex Tramp

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:29 pm

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From: Robert Prow <randbservices@y...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 9:10 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Sex Tramp

indeed, that's what keeps me tuning in everyday . . . you never know what you're gonna hear. another of my recent favorites was just listening in on Jones and I think the guys from Tears for Fears talking football (soccer) for a whole segment, just sublime. of course, the day with Joey Ramone was magic. and the telling of the story behind the song "EMI" was so great that I had my kids listen to the replay in order to gain a true understanding of revolutionary music.

cheers and write me anytime,

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Re: [indie1031fm] Sex Tramp

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:29 pm

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From: Aerin Harris <pandakeeper@g...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 10:13 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Sex Tramp

Indie really helps me deal with road rage from the west side to the valley:-)

That's great that you taped that segment for your kids.

Cheers,

Aerin

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Re: [indie1031fm] IGGY!

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:30 pm

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From: noor alsamarrai <croaqween@g...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 10:18 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] IGGY!

you know wutta? i wanna here that song by reel big fish... .... oh yeah: (lets go) smoke some pot... I never hear that song dudes!! please somebody, i need indie's number so i can request it on indie!!!

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Re: [indie1031fm] Re: The KROQ Challenge

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:31 pm

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From: noor alsamarrai <croaqween@g...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 10:20 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: The KROQ Challenge

i used to listen to kroq lots, still do SOMETIMES... i heard a mars volta song da odder day...it was called widow...

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Re: playlists and junk

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:31 pm

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From: noor alsamarrai <croaqween@g...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 10:26 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: playlists and junk

yeah ppl..
Old beasties are good but new is BLECH kroq stuff....... just as longs as they dont play new stuff i dont mind... on the other hand, i agree with Jack about the morning show: i hate kroq cuz of Kevin and Bean... PLEASE DICKY!! DONT HAVE A MORNING SHOW!!! i get to listen to indie just before i go to the junior high, and if they have a morning show, ill have nothing to listen to but BLECH in the morning. (BLECH stands for blah leave everything change humbug)

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Re: jimmy eat world

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:32 pm

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From: noor alsamarrai <croaqween@g...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 10:29 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: jimmy eat world


whats T H C stand for??????
by thay way... Jimmy aint too bad... by thay way... should play some GREEN DAY!! (dont call me a traitor...) but green days my fav band!!

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Re: [indie1031fm] Punks vs. Hippies

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:33 pm

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From: noor alsamarrai <croaqween@g...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 10:30 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Punks vs. Hippies

im a modern jr high hippie and i LOVES punk rock

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Re: So I don't like to hear Nirvana every two hours...

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:34 pm

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From: noor alsamarrai <croaqween@g...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 10:39 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: So I don't like to hear Nirvana every two hours...

hey!
im just 12 and i like and understand punk rock and nirvana isnt punk-therye grunge and ya guyz nose what?? I likes um.

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Re: [indie1031fm] Re: INDIE ROCKS! BUT....

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:36 pm

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From: noor alsamarrai <croaqween@g...>
Date: Wed Jan 5, 2005 10:45 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: INDIE ROCKS! BUT....

WTF??
indie is better way better than kroq and if kroq really wanted to be just like indie, they could go online and find out... why dont they just anounce the fing songs????
stupid ppl...youre acting like the kids i go to school with everyday:
im 12 "...you arent true indie fans..." i dont f-ing want to have to put up with it with cool indie ppls too, so cut the crap

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Songs I wish Indie would play...

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:37 pm

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From: kgb_101@h...
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 1:27 am
Subject: Songs I wish Indie would play...


...instead of Social D every hour, or the acoustic MTV unplugged-bullshit verion of Rape Me...or the Beastie Boys.... In alphabetical order, just checkin the first ten bands in my Itunes list, I have:

1. American Analog Set - any song
2. And You Will Know Them By the Trail of Dead - any song
3. And Also the Trees - any song
4. Apples in Stereo - any song
5. Autolux - "Sugarless"
6. ANYTHING - Bauhaus - any song
7. BECK - old stuff (more of it)
8. BLACK FLAG - more, more!
9. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - more of this band...
10. Blur - wtf doesn't Indie play this awesome band? (and I don't mean
just the "woohoo" song)....


Anyone care to add to this list? Maybe the Indie people will see and
take heed...I mean come on, if I hear "Reach for the Sky" one more
time I'm gonne PUKE....

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So Cal's finally has the best FM station in the nation...

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From: "nutsinsocal" <nutsinsocal@y...>
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 5:01 am
Subject: So Cal's finally has the best FM station in the nation...

...and it's about time! Even if the thought of Court Knee Love makes my brain dry-heave, thank you for bringing back some of the best times of our lives, and doing it in a fashion that makes the memory feel current--like it happened yesterday! Bravo, Indie...keep up the good work.

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what song was that?

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:40 pm

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From: "jzep1" <jzep1@y...>
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 9:10 am
Subject: what song was that?

on my way to work this morning around 8:30am indie played this song right before the vines ride with me.... the only lyrics i remember are: "look at him go, look at him go." now.... if indie had a playlist, i could just go check what played right before the vines.
but since they don't have a playlist i have to resort to this. well have a nice day everyone.

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Re: what song was that?

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:41 pm

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From: "Chris Butts" <cbutts@d...>
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 9:27 am
Subject: Re: what song was that?

Try http://www.yes.com, maybe one of these:


08:31 AM U2 Red Hill Mining Town
The Joshua Tree

08:28 AM THE FUTUREHEADS Hounds Of Love
The Futureheads


~chris

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Dickie Barret

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From: lcoyote@a...
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yeah Dickie Barret on the radio. Can't wait to hear his Bahston accent every morning. I miss that after 15 years of living here in LA.

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Re: what song was that?

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:43 pm

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From: kgb_101@h...
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 10:23 am
Subject: Re: what song was that?

--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "jzep1" <jzep1@y...> wrote:
>
> on my way to work this morning around 8:30am indie played this song
> right before the vines ride with me.... the only lyrics i remember
> are: "look at him go, look at him go." now.... if indie had a
> playlist, i could just go check what played right before the vines.
> but since they don't have a playlist i have to resort to this. well
> have a nice day everyone.

That might be Arcade Fire, "Neighborhood #3"...

The Yes.net playlist thing isn't comprehensive...I've noticed they don't list every song played, dunno why...but it's better than NOTHING. Listening, Indie?

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Re: Ramones and DEVO

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:44 pm

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From: kgb_101@h...
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 11:27 am
Subject: Re: Ramones and DEVO


--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, michebel@y... wrote:
>
> I just love how much Ramones and DEVO they are playing this morning.
> Diggin it.


Doncha just wish they'd play MORE Ramones (and not just "I Believe in Miracles") and Devo instead of Social D for the umpteenth time? Yeah!

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Re: what song was that?

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:45 pm

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From: "Jack L." <xxjack12xx@d...>
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 11:38 am
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: what song was that?

Also, yes.net is not a full complete playlist, but most of the songs are there. Got a few messages this morning about it. yes.net can't find songs that are too new or have no label from what I heard.

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Re: So I don't like to hear Nirvana every two hours...

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:46 pm

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From: "Kristee McChargue" <kristeemcchargue@h...>
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 12:28 pm
Subject: RE: [indie1031fm] Re: So I don't like to hear Nirvana every two hours...

It's sooo funny...I saw The Go Gos at the Nest and The "Bangs" as well....

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Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:47 pm

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From: brian markovitz <duramatters@y...>
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 2:11 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Digest Number 51

yeah, i'm a punk hippie hybrid; punker in the late 70's early 80's, ramones, clash, devo, talking heads, etc... grew from that into psychedelia, and more... Most of the hippie "jamband" scene embraces punk music, even if the the love doesn't always go the other way! I was way happy to hear some Phish on the air last Sunday morning!

Mix it up, don't be afraid of music that is not "yours".... my favorites range from Dickies to Dead, Black Flag to Beatles, Morissey to moe., so take that! ;-)

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Re: Ramones and DEVO

Post by MicheBel » Mon Mar 21, 2005 1:52 pm

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From: michebel@y...
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 3:32 pm
Subject: Re: Ramones and DEVO

I like I Believe in Miracles.

And Uncontrollable Urge is hitting me where I live these days, too. ;-)

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Re: Ramones and DEVO

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:18 pm

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From: kgb_101@h...
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 5:18 pm
Subject: Re: Ramones and DEVO

--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, michebel@y... wrote:
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> I like I Believe in Miracles.
>
> And Uncontrollable Urge is hitting me where I live these days, too. ;-)
>
> --Miche


Well, it's just that there are SO many BETTER Ramones tunes, ya know, like the first two albums' worth.

Heheh, I remember when Indie first played "Uncontrollable Urge"...I was driving and almost pogo'd out the sunroof ;-) First time I'd heard that one in like 20 years....

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Re: what song was that?

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:18 pm

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From: "Jack L." <xxjack12xx@d...>
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 5:41 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: what song was that?

The yes.net is automated, it doesn't have the newer songs or the ones that don't have a label it seems.

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Re: Dickie's show

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:19 pm

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From: "Glenn" <reachglenn_2000@y...>
Date: Thu Jan 6, 2005 6:34 pm
Subject: Re: Dickie's show


Indie is Entravision who have some small ties to Univision. They operate independantly though.

not too bad, but compare indie to KROQ and you will feel much better.

Here is KROQ corporate structure.

KROQ owned by Infinity Broadcasting
Infinity Owned by CBS
CBS owned by Viacom
Viacom are huge.. they own MTV, MTV2 & VHI + much much much more.

At the end of the day who cares who owns who. As long as they play cool music I'm cool with it.

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Re: playlists and junk

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:22 pm

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From: "krocha331" <queeniexb@h...>
Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 7:32 am
Subject: Re: playlists and junk

Hi. I'm new and this is my first post. :)

I agree on the old Beasties thing. I'm a huge fan, and I don't particularly care for their new album. I was very disappointed with it. I get very happy though when I hear something like an instrumental from Ill Communication (my favorite album). Beasties are not solely rap, and they originally wanted to be punk. Give Paul's Boutique a listen and see if you still think they are just rap.

I also didn't think this station was tied down to any one genre of music. Saying "this is not a rap station" is kind of off. It's a "I'm the DJ, I like this music, so I'm gonna play it" station if anything. And thank God for that. I love that I can hear Ramones, then The Pretenders, then Beastie Boys, then Modest Mouse, all within 10 minutes. I like being introduced to new music and old music I haven't heard yet. Be thankful I'm not the DJ, I'd play The Cars as well and you all would hate me.

As for the morning show, Indie should take into account that not a lot of people enjoy getting up in the morning and going to work, school, etc. Talk is boring and makes you want to crawl right back into bed. When I'm sitting in traffic, I find music a lot more stimulating than talk. It passes the time quickly. (I'm one of those car singers.) I'm all up for a morning show, but may I suggest less talk, more rock? I enjoy the Jonesy show, but in the morning during the rebroadcasts, I just can't handle all the talking sometimes and pop in a CD instead.

By the way, I'm reading past messages and I have to ask, what's with all the people bashing each other in this group? You can discuss differences in opinions, but anyone saying they are a true fan and accusing someone of not being one is a little obsessive. Get help! It's just a radio station! :)

Peace yall
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Why Can't I Touch It?

Post by MicheBel » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:24 pm

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From: michebel@y...
Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 10:59 am
Subject: Why Can't I Touch It?

You know, you just gotta love a song called "Why Can't I Touch It?" ;-)

BTW, whoever came up with that yes.net site, bless you! All the songs are there!

Although I just realized that the webcast is time-delayed or something. Interesting. It's a few minutes behind the playlist.

And seriously, why can't I touch it? ;-) heh
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Re: playlists

Post by MicheBel » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:25 pm

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From: michebel@y...
Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 11:10 am
Subject: Re: playlists

--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "krocha331" <queeniexb@h...> wrote:
>
> As for the morning show, Indie should take into account that not a
> lot of people enjoy getting up in the morning and going to work,
> school, etc. Talk is boring and makes you want to crawl right back
> into bed. When I'm sitting in traffic, I find music a lot more
> stimulating than talk. It passes the time quickly. (I'm one of
> those car singers.) I'm all up for a morning show, but may I
> suggest less talk, more rock? I enjoy the Jonesy show, but in the
> morning during the rebroadcasts, I just can't handle all the talking
> sometimes and pop in a CD instead.

Well, I don't agree with that. I miss actual DJs talking. That's one of the best things about the station. Pop in a CD on the Jonesy rebroadcast?!!! That's sacrilege. Harumph!

>

> It's just a radio station! :)
>
> Peace yall
> Queenie
>
JUST A RADIO STATION? JUST A RADIO STATION? JUST A RADIO STATION?
Um, no. INDIE 103 is many things, many of them said in previous posts.
Whatever it is, IT IS NOT JUST A RADIO STATION.

--Miche
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Re: playlists

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:36 pm

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From: "krocha331" <queeniexb@h...>
Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 11:40 am
Subject: Re: playlists

Does this mean I'm not a true fan now? I obviously feel strong enough about the station to join a Yahoo group on it. I just don't think it's worth people obsessing over trying to claim that if you don't agree with something, you aren't a true fan.

I said SOMETIMES I pop in a CD. It's a rebroadcast, I heard it at lunch, and if it's a particularly chatty show and I'm half-asleep on the 55, a CD will wake me up more than hearing the Gary Oldman interview for the eleventeenth time. Good interview? Yes. Gets me going in the morning? No.

So for my first post, I am already backlashed on. Nice message to send out, listeners. I was giving the Indie Street Team a try, but it looks as though the kids here would rather make the group a pissing contest. Adios Indie.

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Re: playlists

Post by Archive Bot » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:37 pm

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From: "Kristee McChargue" <kristeemcchargue@h...>
Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 11:51 am
Subject: RE: [indie1031fm] Re: playlists

Hey Queenie:

We aren't all grumpy guses like Mikie over there. Give us a try. In fact, from this web thingie I have even made a friend and it's been a positive experience. Keep listening to Indie when you want and CDs when you want. That makes YOU truley, well, Indie.

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Re: playlists

Post by MicheBel » Mon Mar 21, 2005 3:40 pm

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From: michebel@y...
Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 1:02 pm
Subject: Re: playlists

HEY! First off, it's Miche (aka Michelle). Second, I'm not a "grumpy gus". I'm a pretty positive person actually, and I already sent her an apology and asked her to come back. I feel bad that she got mad over an offhand remark like that. Sheesh. Everyone lighten up! Man.

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Jonesy this Afternoon

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From: "alexhothead" <alexhothead@y...>
Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 2:50 pm
Subject: Jonesy this Afternoon

Holy shit! That half hour of listening to old 1960's ska was great especially the Judge Dread track I haven't heard that in at least 7 yrs!Not that there is any reason I should know anything about that genre (b.1979)But.. I would love to buy a box set or something with that dirty ol'bastard. I miss ska being cool. I love it, play more jonesy!!! Give us some studio 1 tracks of Trojans records!! Please, maybe som Delroy Wilson??? Unbelieveable Keep up the GOOD WORK Jonesy and Sovel. xoxoxo

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Listening to INDIE's competition

Post by MicheBel » Mon Mar 21, 2005 4:23 pm

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From: michebel@y...
Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 5:25 pm
Subject: Listening to INDIE's competition

So, yeah, I admit it. I finally found the online site for the original "alternative gold" music, and am now listening to that. Well, Jonesy, of course, first (12-2). But from 2-6 pm 94.9 in San Diego has Halloran, who is, quite simply the best DJ in the entire world, so, sorry TK. My allegiance is split now. I think I should be shot at dawn or something.

I wish someone would invent a Media Player which allowed you to have multiple stations to flip back and forth between. :-(

The cool thing about 94.9 is that instead of playing commercials on the web feed, they teach you Spanish. The first phrase I heard today was "Can I buy a beer?" I mean, seriously, how cool is that? (Well, not that I'm going to use that phrase anytime soon, but it's a tres cool idea.)

Rock on 94.9. Wish they had a Yahoo Group too! heh
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Re: Listening to INDIE's competition

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Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 8:14 pm
Subject: Re: Listening to INDIE's competition

One word: webcasting.

Best site I've found so far is http://www.somafm.com . Check out the "indie pop rocks" channel...now THAT is music Indie 103 should be playing!

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What's that song?

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Date: Fri Jan 7, 2005 9:34 pm
Subject: What's that song?

Hey, does anyone know what the song is that played between 2:37PM and 2:46 today is called? It sounds like karma police by radiohead but a different version and sounds much older.

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What's Goin' On In Southern California

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Date: Sat Jan 8, 2005 12:41 pm
Subject: What's Goin' On In Southern California

Check out http://www.SoCalSin.com for local info from LA to San Diego. The site is free and anyone can post something they know about. Pass the word along!

http://www.SoCalSin.com

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SomaFM

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Date: Sat Jan 8, 2005 3:57 pm
Subject: SomaFM

http://www.somafm.com/recent/?indiepop

Ok, somebody suggested this and within hearing the first 10 seconds of the first song that was on I'm immediately heading out the door to buy the album by this band called BROADCAST!

Get a blender and throw in Stereolab, The Cardigans, Annette Funicello and My Bloody Valentine and you get BROADCAST.

GOD, I SO LOVE UNDERGROUND MUSIC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Re: Listening to INDIE's competition

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From: "lavinia" <seelebrennt@g...>
Date: Sat Jan 8, 2005 6:08 pm
Subject: Re: Listening to INDIE's competition

i love 94.9 and sometimes get it on my radio here in orange county. just depends on the weather...

the nice thing is, most of my family is in san diego so whenever i'm down there, you know i'm listening to 94.9. they play pretty much the same kind of music as indie, though they sometimes lapse into some of the crap kroq plays (which indie does too sometimes, no biggie....for example, i loathe nirvana and indie plays them way too much. just my opinion) but it's not a big deal.

i wouldn't say they're really competition since they're two different regions. if anything, i consider them sister stations because as 94.9's slogan goes, "it's about the music."

rock on indie AND 94.9

-christina

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Re: What's that song?

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Date: Sat Jan 8, 2005 6:11 pm
Subject: Re: What's that song?

i didn't hear it, but i have a feeling you're referring to the "mash-up" of radiohead's karma police and the beatles a day in the life....

did it sound like john lennon singing? although i have a feeling you're pretty young 'cause i can't imagine someone out of their teens not recognizing john lennon's voice...no offense :)

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Re: What's that song?

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Date: Sat Jan 8, 2005 6:17 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: What's that song?

Hey, I listen to John Lennon!! (I'm only 22, little less than halfway to being 50 and bald). It probably is a mashup of karma police and the beatles like how they mashed up green day and emenim.

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Digest Number 53 - Mystery Song

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Date: Sun Jan 9, 2005 7:04 am
Subject: RE: [indie1031fm] Digest Number 53 - Mystery Song

My guess is that you heard "Karma In The Life" - which is a mash-up of "Karma Police" & the Beatles "A Day In The Life". Indie plays it from time to time.


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Re: Listening to INDIE's compatriot

Post by MicheBel » Mon Mar 21, 2005 5:32 pm

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Date: Sun Jan 9, 2005 11:18 am
Subject: Re: Listening to INDIE's compatriot

Yeah, you're right. Not competition, compatriots. The music is all that matters, after all. ;-)

I'm glad both stations are here. Wish everyone played music like they play. Most of all, am glad I can listen to both of them on the web. (Radio, forget it about it. San Diego's too far away. Indie's static is bad enough.)

And that yes.net thing has really come in handy. I have both of them plugged in there too, so I can hear who's playing what, to know which to switch to. Problem is, that on both stations, the best songs don't come up on yes.net. "Dead Man's Party," for example, on 94.9. Great choice. As usual.

Ah well, we work around technology. Since I spend more time on my computer than in my car anyway, it's all good.

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Re: Listening to INDIE's competition

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Subject: Re: Listening to INDIE's competition

San Diego, Jack.

(And don't worry, I gave you credit for knowing John Lennon.) ;-)

http://www.fm949sandiego.com/home/index.cfm

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--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "Jack L." <xxjack12xx@d...> wrote:
> 94.9 exists again? Or are we talking about outside of LA county?
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Digest Number 53 - Mystery Song

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From: "Jack L." <xxjack12xx@d...>
Date: Sun Jan 9, 2005 11:58 am
Subject: RE: [indie1031fm] Digest Number 53 - Mystery Song

Now if they could just mash up green day's boulevard of broken dreams to sound as good as that, it would be great!

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Zaz Turned Blue

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Date: Sun Jan 9, 2005 7:04 pm
Subject: Zaz Turned Blue

Hm....

Halloran's playing Zaz Turned Blue. Wonder when Indie's gonna play some Was (Not Was)?

;-)

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Re: Digest Number 53 - Mystery Song

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From: "lavinia" <seelebrennt@g...>
Date: Mon Jan 10, 2005 9:16 am
Subject: Re: Digest Number 53 - Mystery Song

haven't you heard the mash up they have of boulevard of broken dreams with oasis-wonderwall and travis-writing to reach you?

i really like that one...i think they did a great job with it.

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Re: What's that song?

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From: "lavinia" <seelebrennt@g...>
Date: Mon Jan 10, 2005 9:24 am
Subject: Re: What's that song?

sorry, no offense meant! i'm 29 so it's not like i'm all that much older than you, but then again, i started listening to the beatles when i was still in a single digit age...

now you just have to go out and get the sgt. pepper album (or if you have it, go listen to it a few more (dozen) times!) :)

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Re: SomaFM

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Date: Mon Jan 10, 2005 11:35 am
Subject: Re: SomaFM

--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "mizarplanet" <xxjunkmailxx@c...> wrote:
>>Ok, somebody suggested this and within hearing the first 10 seconds
of the first song that was on I'm immediately heading out the door to
buy the album by this band called BROADCAST!
Get a blender and throw in Stereolab, The Cardigans, Annette
Funicello and My Bloody Valentine and you get BROADCAST.>>

If you ever get the rare chance to see BROADCAST live, do everything possible to see the show! It's amazing!

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fill me in....

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Date: Mon Jan 10, 2005 1:55 pm
Subject: fill me in....

well... im new here not the the station but to the yahoo group. ive been seeing alot of stuff on this yes.net site but i have no idea what it is. ive gone to the site but it says only diskjockey people from radio stations can use it so im wondering what you guys are talking bout or how you guys are doin it and yes a playlist would be good i cant count how many times i bug my friends at night about the name of the song and they have to put with me actually singing the song which might not be a good thing... i like this group thing and i love indie

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Re: [indie1031fm] fill me in....

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Date: Mon Jan 10, 2005 2:32 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] fill me in....

go to http://www.yes.net, scroll to the bottom, select los angeles, california, 103.1, time, and click ok, you'll see the indie playlist.

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Jeff Buckley

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Date: Mon Jan 10, 2005 3:21 pm
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Man, that guy just died too soon. :-( That song was awesome.

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Hello Group!

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I just discovered this group from the Indie website and am glad to be here. I like the newest poll - Radiohead, hell yeah!

I was so happy when Indie popped up on the air. The first time I tuned in, "Raw Power" was playing and I jumped for joy. I was starting to discover Iggy Pop on my own and here's a radio station that plays him daily! Very cool.

Keep it going!

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spread the word

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Date: Mon Jan 10, 2005 6:19 pm
Subject: spread the word

i love indie dudes. no seriously. everclear riht now. lovin it. just lovin it indie has gotta make some kinda cd...ya know ...for when ppl like me go out of state like to arizona where they dont have indie and go into depressions for lack of jonesy..
yeayeayea i know its on the internet worldwide but not everybodys got the internet we should make a cd. us that would be so "indie" ((please dont kill me ^^;))
everybody by an album that play , likeoff the playlist form the website and get together and burn a couple mix cds then distribute them the ppl that bought the albums to help get em for free but we could take our burn copys and burn more and sell those and give u the money to indie. cosplayers have their picnics, we can get together adn burn a mix. good idea bad idea?


also, what EXACTLY is indie? or is it anything at all? i kepttryin to explain to my family in arizona what the heck indie is and why i missed it so much ((curse those technophobe fools!)) and couldt come up with much. indie is love, thas about it aint it...
\(^o\) (/o^)/

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Where to get studs

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 12:24 am
Subject: Where to get studs

Heh, this is way off topic, but does anyone know where a poor college student can get cheap clothing studs/spikes at?

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Where to get studs

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 9:39 am
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Where to get studs

I use Ebay for unique fashion stuff. They have a lot of Hot Topic items for a lot cheaper.

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Johnny Ramone Statue Unveiling - Jan 14th 3pm - 5pm

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 9:51 am
Subject: Johnny Ramone Statue Unveiling - Jan 14th 3pm - 5pm

I hope all of indie's listeners are there when they unveil Johnny's statue. He was important to Punk Rock and if you can make it there, you should. If Johnny was never on this planet, we would all still be listening to crap music!

It will be at the Hollywood Forever Cemetary on Santa Monica Blvd.

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 10:02 am
Subject: y-control

Has anybody seen the video for this song? It is rather satanic. Not that there is anything wrong with that. Love the song, the vid is unique. And Jonesy played a version of Life on Mars yesterday that was stunning.
Love indie, wish the signal was stronger though.
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Re: Where to get studs

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yeah, Ebay is the best for cutting edge fashion at possibly outstanding savings. good luck

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Futureheads

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Subject: Futureheads

I was driving down to San Clemente last night and out of range for 103.1. so I turned to 94.9 just in time to hear this fantastic song from the Futurehead, "Decent Days and Nights" F***ing incredible, fantastic songwriting and performance. There's definitely much more to this band than the Kate Bush cover currently played on 103.1.
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Re: Futureheads

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To be fair I bought all these guys english singles and bought the album the week it came out in America. Why did I do that? Becuase I heard Decent Days and nights Several times on Jonesy's Jukebox. I agree more Futureheads would be better, but Indie hasn't been falling down on the job.

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Re: Futureheads

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COOL . . . no dig on indie intended - just want to make sure everybody get's to know more about this group. I didn't mention this but the DJ on 94.9 ended up playing the song twice in a row because HE loved it so much . . . I was pleasantly surprised!

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Where to get studs

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Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Where to get studs

Hey! Are you suggesting I should make it out of bottle caps? :) Anyways, some dude was supposed to make me a jacket with studs, but the bastard sent me a jacket with a drawing of where the studs should go, rawr, so now I'll have to make it myself!

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Re: Jeff Buckley

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 3:24 pm
Subject: Re: Jeff Buckley

which one did they play??

i've been hoping to hear more of jeff on indie, but i've only caught
him twice. he definitely did die too soon :(

HEY INDIE, PLAY MORE JEFF BUCKLEY!!!

pretty pretty please with a cherry on top???

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Where to get studs

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 4:34 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Where to get studs

I checked out their store site, they don't have any studs on sale :( And ebay doesn't have bulk spikes, only a couple.

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Re: Johnny Ramone Statue Unveiling - Jan 14th 3pm - 5pm

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 6:46 pm
Subject: Re: Johnny Ramone Statue Unveiling - Jan 14th 3pm - 5pm

Dunno, man. Punks and statues. Something seems unseemly about it. Don't get me wrong, the Ramones Rule. GABBA GABBA HEY.

Long Live the Ramones. But statues? hmmm... not sure.
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Life on Mars on Jonesy

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Subject: Life on Mars on Jonesy

--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "deanocfs" <deanocfs@y...> wrote:
>And Jonesy played a version of Life on Mars yesterday that
> was stunning.

Oh yeah! Wasn't that amazing? Love anything in foreign languages, but that softness really gave a cool spin to it. Very cool.

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Re: Futureheads

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 6:49 pm
Subject: Re: Futureheads

Love love love that Kate Bush cover. But yeah, 94.9 rules too.

Futureheads are coming to town too, they said.

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Re: Futureheads 2

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Subject: Re: Futureheads 2

Oh yeah, I thought I was listening to it then. That was Halloran's show. Gotta always expect cutting-edge music from Halloran! ;-)

And it was a great song, and I did wanna hear it again. It was fun.
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Re: Jeff Buckley

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They played "Lover, You Shoulda Come Over." Great song. Really hit me where I live. And I've seen Jeff Buckley listed a few times on the playlist. You just gotta listen more! ;-)
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mash-ups

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 8:21 pm
Subject: mash-ups

i so like the daily mash-ups that i now modify my work day to leave at 4:30 so i can be in the car to hear the mash-up at 4:40.....is this boderline compulsive?

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Re: Where to get studs

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Date: Tue Jan 11, 2005 9:52 pm
Subject: Re: Where to get studs

Hey, try Retail Slut on Melrose... my fave!

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Re: mash-ups

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Subject: Re: mash-ups

I got you beat, Queenie. I listen to Jonesy when it airs AND in both rebroadcasts. ;-)

But I think compulsively listening to great music is a good thing.

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Two Bob songs

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 10:56 am

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God, I love Jonesy. Somehow, the Boston song of yesterday and these trippy two-bob songs of today balance out, in a very weird way.

Rock on, Two-Bob Jonesy! :-)
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the CHAT Option

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Does anyone here use the CHAT option..i think it would be cool to chat you guys up ...so if you are bored click CHAT (the side bar) and see who's in there...
Just a thought!

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Re: the CHAT Option

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Subject: Re: the CHAT Option

I work on a Mac and the chat room works.
We will begin scheduled chats with the DJs within the next few months..

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Name that tune

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Subject: Name that tune

Does any one know the song to that Vonage commercial? That song is everywhere. I also heard it on a Chevy commercial and the upcoming movie "charlie and the chocolate factory." I can't get it out of my head. There's no word, which makes it really hard to forget.
AHHHHH!!!!! HELP!!!

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Re: Name that tune

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Subject: Re: Name that tune

I think that would be the Woohoo song by the 5,6,7,8s. However, the one in the commercial is modified. They were also in Kill Bill Vol. 1. Great band, saw them live on new years.

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Re: the CHAT Option

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From: "decodedfeedback" <decodedfeedback@y...>
Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 2:45 am
Subject: Re: the CHAT Option

Umm, saying there is no support for java and flash in Unix systems is rather incorrect. Both companies provide unix versions of their products, except that Macromedia doesn't have a shockwave plugin for unix systems. I've used quite a few linux distros where Java works fine, while using FireFox, konquerer, etc. The lastest Linux distro
I'm using is Mepis and both flash and java are working. I also code in Java on a linux system!
I know it's also possible for FreeBSD. If you're having trouble check here: http://www.freebsdforums.org

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The Cock of Rock

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 11:04 am

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Subject: The Cock of Rock

Boy, I'm sure hoping this slogan sticks. Now THAT would take some balls, indeed.

But with all the testosterone-laden guys over there, I'm pretty sure it's not inaccurate.

Long Live Indie, our favorite Cock of Rock! ;-)

heh

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Re: the CHAT Option

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 11:09 am

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Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 10:46 am
Subject: Re: the CHAT Option

You code in Java on a Linux system? How totally cool. Can I touch you? ;-)

Gotta love us geeks.

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C of R

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 11:11 am

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Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 10:48 am
Subject: C of R

Oh yeah, if there are censors in here, we were talking about a ROOSTER, of course. There's this commercial....honest...a ROOSTER, that's it.

;-)

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RE: [indie1031fm] C of R

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From: "Kristee McChargue" <kristeemcchargue@h...>
Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 10:53 am
Subject: RE: [indie1031fm] C of R

Man....and I was all excited there for a sec...Buzz killer.....ha ha ha ha

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Re: the CHAT Option

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From: "Jack L." <xxjack12xx@d...>
Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 12:14 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: the CHAT Option

I code java on a UNIX system emulating linux. UNIX is NOT Linux :)

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Re: the CHAT Option

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From: "Jack L." <xxjack12xx@d...>
Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 12:19 pm
Subject: Re: [indie1031fm] Re: the CHAT Option

It's possible to get java to work on FreeBSD, that part works fine, its the java plugin for web browsers that doesn't work because there is no UNIX port. Same with macromedia. UNIX and linux are very different.

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Coding

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 11:31 am

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Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 1:18 pm
Subject: Coding


--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "Jack L." <xxjack12xx@d...> wrote:
> I code java on a UNIX system emulating linux. UNIX is NOT Linux :)>>

So, does that make you a badder geek than "decoded"? Can I go out with both of you, just to make sure? ;-)

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Re: Coding

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From: "Kristee McChargue" <kristeemcchargue@h...>
Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 3:42 pm
Subject: RE: [indie1031fm] Re: Coding

Miche:

You randy little minx. First cocks now this.

>From: michebel@yahoo.com
>Reply-To: indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com
>To: indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com
>Subject: [indie1031fm] Re: Coding
>Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2005 23:37:08 -0000
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>
>--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "Jack L." <xxjack12xx@d...> wrote:
> >No, but I have other things that boys like. ;-)
>
>--Miche>>

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Re: Coding

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 11:37 am

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Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 3:53 pm
Subject: Re: Coding

--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "Kristee McChargue"
<kristeemcchargue@h...> wrote:
>

That's pretty much ME in a...ahem...nutshell, Kristee. ;-)
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Randy Rooster Things

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 11:38 am

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Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 3:55 pm
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But really, Kristee, that "rooster" thing came from a promo spot they ran this morning. Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, riffing about Indie's "mascot". Seriously. I wasn't making it up.

I JUST ENDORSE IT WHOLEHEARTEDLY, as it's soooooo fitting for these boys.
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Randy Rooster Things

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Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 3:59 pm
Subject: RE: [indie1031fm] Randy Rooster Things

Yuh huh yuh huh....I believe ya sister friend....I do I do....(like me a nice stiff cock too) Oopsie daisy...did I just SAY that...cover the small children's eyes....:X

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Re: Randy Rooster Things

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 11:40 am

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Yes, and here we have it. Finally, 700 posts in...

THE TRUE SPIRIT OF INDIE! heh ;-)

Sigh. Just imagining that logo....

Hm...time for a bathroom break, methinks. ;-)

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Re: Randy Rooster Things

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From: "Kristee McChargue" <kristeemcchargue@h...>
Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 4:28 pm
Subject: RE: [indie1031fm] Re: Randy Rooster Things

Miche "The Randy Lil Vixen"

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Re: Randy Rooster Things

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 12:36 pm

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--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, "Kristee McChargue"
<kristeemcchargue@h...> wrote:
>

I like that name. I think I'll keep it.

"Miche, the Randy L'il Vixen"

Actually, randy curvy vixen might be more appropriate, but it's got a nice ring to it. Thanks! ;-)

Hey, someone jump in here anytime with more thoughts on Indie...
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OK, back on track...

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Date: Thu Jan 13, 2005 6:23 pm
Subject: OK, back on track...

Everyone just skip the last few messages. We now return you to our wonderful regularly scheduled discussion of all wonderful things about Indie.

BTW, whoever posted awhile ago about the Jeff Buckley songs, I noticed a few more creeping in the last few days. Check the playlists...
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Re: Who is going Today for Johnny Ramone?

Post by MicheBel » Tue Mar 22, 2005 12:38 pm

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Date: Fri Jan 14, 2005 11:34 am
Subject: Re: Who is going Today for Johnny Ramone?


Thanks, Dawn.

I'll be singing Ramones in my head around that time, in honor of our fallen comrade.

We Street Team members expect a full report from you...

--Miche


--- In indie1031fm@yahoogroups.com, Dawn Wirth <bigmouthbakery@y...> wrote:
> will do, i am taking a digtal camera. Take Care Michelle!>>
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