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John Hyland / dj Grendel
Pandemonium @ The Echo Lounge
July 2, 2002

* denotes a request
+ denotes comment or inquiry


  Gossamer - Resurrection (Resurrected Mix)
  12 Rounds - track 3
  Virgin Prunes - Pagan Love Song 
  The Naked and the Dead - Taboo 
  Salome's Wish - Black Days 
  Eternia - Adore 
  Rasputina - The Olde HeadBoard 
  Belisha - Wolf's Head 
  The Deep Eynde - Tongues
  Bella Morte - Where Shadows Lie
  Tall Boys - Take a Walk
  Cult of the Psychic Fetus - You Can Make It If You Run
  Deadbolt - Voodoobilly Man
  Dead Kennedys - Viva Las Vegas 
  The Misfits - Brain Eaters
  The Descendents - I'm Not A Loser
* Social Distortion - Pleasure Seeker
* The Brickbats - Funeral Drive
* The Brides - My, My, My
  45 Grave - 45 Grave
* The Damned - song.com 
  The Cramps - Sheena's In a Goth Gang
* Spectralux - Genes
  Joy Devision - She's Lost Control
  TSOL - Flowers By The Door
  T Rex - Bang a Gong
  Ghoultown - Boots of Hell
  Psychocharger - Devilsnake
  Tall Boys - Through a Glass
  Southern Culture on the Skids - Voodoo Cadillac
  The Birthday Party - Release the Bats
  The Dead Kennedys - Terminal Preppie
  The Supersuckers - Ron's Got The Cocaine
  The Misfits - Halloween
  Screaming Dead - Creatures Of The Night
  Specimen - Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
  Inkubus Succubus - Belladona + Aconite
  The Dreamside - Get Away
  The Virgin Prunes - Baby Turns Blue
  The Cruxshadows - Tears
  Bella Morte - The Rain Within Her Hands
  See Colin Slash - Hardcore
  Christian Death - Spiritual Cramp (Mission UK Mix)
  Mission UK - Slave to Lust
  Gotterdammerung - Life A$ Art
* And One - Panzermensch (stop-vocals 5-2
* :Wumpscut: - Deliverance (Album Version)
* Icon of Coil - Access and Amplify
* Neuroticfish - Velocity
* Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence (Hands and Feet Mix)
* Bauhaus - Darc Entries (note at 18)
* Sex Gang Children - Guy Wonder (fade)
* The Deep Eynde - Hoodoo

Notes: Holy crap, the place was packed tonight.  This was Mike's last night as
the promoter, as he's moving on to settle down and take care of his son.
He's been a fairly prominant fixture in the Atlanta scene for, heck, forever,
so I'm guessing a lot of the turnout was for him.  One large piece of evidence
in favor of this theory is that, starting about halfway through the night, I
started getting requests for EBM songs, by name or in general.  A lot of
requests.  Many, many requests.  Most of the room tromped up to the stage over
the course of an hour or so.  At first, I turned them away and tried to
suggest some songs that were more in the format, such as Tears, The Rain
Within Her Hands, or Hardcore.  Finally, though, I gave in - the EBM half of
the crowd was much more vocal than the Deathrock half, and the Deathrockers
weren't dancing, and the EBM half was actually the EBM three-quarters, so I
played a quick electronic set.  *WHAM*  Instant floor.  The Deathrockers
finally realized the power of actually talking to the DJ around Depeche Mode,
I guess, because I started getting requests back to the usual format.  I
finished out my set with a few requested songs (*poof!* the floor disappeared)
and then handed the reins over to Phade, the late-night DJ.

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