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Radio Soundhog Volume 2 - The '03 XFM 'Superchunk'

Radio Soundhog Volume 2 - The '03 XFM 'Superchunk'

About the show

Playing tracks by

Elizabeth Knight, Peter Howell (BBC Radiophonic Workshop), Jet, Chicago, Dave and Ansil Collins and more.

November 2003. Done for Eddy Temple-Morris' XFM London show "The Remix". The sound of me throwing everything into the pot. Half an hour of full-on editing madness with The Pink Floyd, Chicago, Primal Scream, Finitribe, Dave & Ansel Collins, Area Code 615 and more. Of course, it went straight over everyone's heads...

The version here isn't the one that went out on air - it's an earlier edit that was a bit too long for the strict 30 minute radio slot - but I prefer it, as it gives the Liberty X section more room (which happens to be one of my favourite parts) as well as a few other differences. Again, my love of audio buffoonery was put to use, with sections from a Python album (note the fart noise used to cover a tricky edit in 'Bootylicious'), a 1960s Decca stereo demonstration record (not the usual 'Journey Into Stereo Sound' though), an almost ironic sample of legendary Human League producer Martin Rushent, and a genuine tape 'disaster' as a way out of the increasing disco infern



Sheer brilliance. The combination of Sound of the Crowd and Disco inferno is GENIUS. Cheers!