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Favoriting May 10, 2010: Overnight of the Living Dead (With Special Guest George Romero)

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Artist Track Album Label Year Format Comments
Seven Seas  Super Jaws   Favoriting   Glades    45   
Idiot Flesh  Dead Like Us   Favoriting Fancy  Vaccination  1997  CD   
Maury Laws  Mad Monster Party   Favoriting Mad Monster Party soundtrack  Percepto  1997  CD  Originally released in 1967 
Misfits  Night of the Living Dead   Favoriting Walk Among Us  Slash  1982  CD   
  Night of the Living Dead trailer            
Eugene Chadbourne / Jimmy Carl Black  Dawn of the Living Dread   Favoriting Locked in a Dutch Coffeeshop  Fundamental  1995  CD   
Eugene Chadbourne  Noonah   Favoriting The Hills Have Jazz  Boxholder  2005  CD  With Richie West on drums, and played on Wes Craven's guitar. 
Art Ensemble of Chicago  Zombie   Favoriting Ancient to the Future Vol. 1: Dreaming of the Masters  DIW  1987  CD  Fela cover! 
Kalle Kalima & K-16  Shining   Favoriting Some Kubricks of Blood  Tum  2009  CD   
Seppuku  Inga   Favoriting Dedicated To Soledad Miranda  At War WIth False Noise  2009  CD  Split with Culver 
Manfred Hübler & Siegfried Schwab  Necronomania   Favoriting Vampyros Lesbos: Sexadelic Damce Party  Crippled Dick Hot Wax  2006  CD  Originally released in 1970 
The Fiery Furnaces  Duplexes of the Dead   Favoriting Widow City  Thrill Jockey  2007  CD   
Alice Cooper  I Love the Dead   Favoriting Billiion Dollar Babies  Warner Bros.  1973  CD   
Fantomas  Rosemary's Baby   Favoriting Director's Cut  Ipecac  2001  CD   
George Romero  interview   Favoriting          
Wrath of the Weak  Intermission   Favoriting Wrath of the Weak  Bastardized  2006  CD   
Weakling  No One Can Be Called as a Man While He'll Die   Favoriting Dead as Dreams  Tumult  2004  CD   
Criswell and a Bevy of Beautiful Girls  She Lived as a Zombie in Life   Favoriting Orgy of The Dead  Strangelove  1995  CD  From the soundtrack to the Ed Wood film. 
James Marsters  Rest in Peace   Favoriting Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Once More With Feeling  20th Century-Fox  2002  CD   
Dimmu Borgir  Relinquishment of Spirit and Flesh   Favoriting Enthrone Darkness Triumphant  Nuclear Blast  1997  CD   
Necrophagous  Resurrected to Die   Favoriting [disgusted]  Skeptic Productions  2002  CD   
Pino Donaggio  For The Last Time We'll Pray   Favoriting Brian Depalma - Pino Donaggio  Milan  1994  CD  From the "Carrie:" soundtrack 
Beehoover  My Funeral Procession   Favoriting Heavy Zooo  Exile on Mainstream  2008  CD   
Satyricon  My Skin is Cold   Favoriting The Age of Nero  Roadrunner Records  2008  CD   
Olivier Messaien  Combat de la mort et de la vie from Les Corps glories (7 Visions de la vie des ressuscites)   Favoriting par lui-meme  EMI  1992  CD  Originally released in 1957 
Rev. J. M. Gates  Oh Death Where Is Thy Sting?   Favoriting Anthology of American Folk Music, Vol. 2  Smithsonian Folkways  1997  CD   
Hank Williams  The Angel of Death   Favoriting I Saw the Light  Polydor  1968  CD   
The Andrews Sisters  Wake Up and Live   Favoriting Joe Franklin Presents ... Growing Up With Radio  Columbia / Legacy  1995  CD   
Dana Gillespie  Mother Don't Be Frightened   Favoriting Andy Warhol  Cherry Red  2010  CD   
Blood Stained Death  March to Death   Favoriting Black Faith Inquisition  Moribund  2008  CD   

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Listener comments!

Steve O:

Would dig hearing some Goblin tonight. You got the SUSPIRIA soundtrack 'round there?
Billy Jam:

hi Kurt.....just tuning in now but should be along for at least next hour....Hope all is well..

hey steve - i'll have a look if i get a minute.

billy j! thanks for tuning in!

WOW! i literally *just* remembered that Mr. Romero is your special guest tonight and QUICK! ran to turn computer and radio on and lo and behold! RIGHT THAT SECOND you are beginning the interview! (INFINITE THANKS to Thee God/dess of Thee Living Dead!!!)

hey slug - glad you made it! you going to the premiere Saturday? ("Survival of the Dead" at Brooklyn Academy of Music)


hey Kurt! glad that i tuned in just in time too! THANK YOU for such a fun interview (oooooo SHIVERS over the mere thought of a Broadway musical version of ANY of the "Dead" films!) and probably *not* able to go to premiere -- but who knows, *must* invoke thee power of positive ZOMBIE thinking . . . speaking of which, i SO appreciate the discussion about the difference between zombies (from Caribbean traditions) and Romero's un-dead!
Billy Jam:

man that was so cool getting to talk to George Romero - seems like a real cool down to earth guy - thanks for doing that Kurt!

Man that interview made my night!!! I love that Romero dislikes running zombies, although I must point out the people in 28 days later, not zombies, they were infected. Even called them that in the movie. I think he mentioned that though.

thanks billy j!

and hey, angel claw. yeah, he makes the distinction. he's also a big fan of "sean of the dead." my speech mighta slurred a bit when i said the title during the interview. i thought '28 days' was a cool movie myself, just not much to do with romero's undead.

The most important distinction to make between Romero undead and all other types is that Romero undead are not VIRAL. It doesn't matter how you die - EVERYONE who dies in a Romero movie comes back as a zombie, regardless of cause (unless that cause involved destruction of the brain). HIs zombie bites are fatal, but are not the cause of re-animation.

That always made alot more sense to me - if a horde of zombies gets you and eats you, aren't you going to be too eaten to become an effective zombie? The whole thing would burn itself out. But if -everyone- recently dead came back as a zombie all at once, shit would get out of hand pretty freakin' quickly, I tells ya.

great job with the interview!

also, props for not mentioning that The Crazies remake, which was extremely disappointing.

Thanks, Joe!
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