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

* denotes a request
+ denotes comment or inquiry
! denotes that the only two people in the entire club danced to this track,
    and this track only


  The Supersuckers - Hot Rod Rally
  Iggy Pop - I Wanna Be Your Dog
+ Gotterdammerung - Teargas
  Gossamer - Hollow Eyes, Hollow Soul
  Screaming Dead - Necroaria
  Frankenstein - City of People
  The Clay People - Mechanical Mind
  Skin Machine - I Must Breath
* Pulp - Party Hard
  The Smiths - Girlfriend in a Coma
  The Tall Boys - Return of the Living Dead
  The Meteors - She's a Zombie Now
  Deadbolt - Voodoobilly Man
  Cult of the Psychic Fetus - Don't Look in the Basement
  Big Black - Kerosene 
+ The Tall Boys - Final Kick
  The Birthday Party - Sonny's Burning
  Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Do You Love Me?
* Vue - Falling Through a Window
! Hedwig and the Angry Inch - Hat in a Box
  Iggy Pop - Real Wild Child
  The Damned - Ballroom Blitz
  New Model Army - Vagabonds
  Secession - Sneakyville
  Belisha - People of the Dark
  The Dreamside - Get Away
*+The Changelings - See Emily Play
  12 Rounds - Where Fools Go
  Element - Red Meat and Beauty Queens
  The Faint - Glass Dance
  The Dropkick Murphys - Barroom Hero
  The Supersuckers - The Evil Powers of Rock and Roll
  Ghoultown - Killer in Texas 
  The 69 Eyes - Framed in Blood
  Sisters of Mercy - Lucretia, My Reflection
  Dreadful Shadows - Twist in my Sobriety
  Bauhaus - Kick in the Eye 
  Brilliant - Screaming Like an Angel
* Wolfsheim - Heroin, She Said
  The Newlydeads - Cities in Dust
  Razed in Black - Oh, My Goth!

Notes: I played a lot of new music Blu sent me tonight - thanks, Blu!  Great
stuff!  The night started off extremely slow, and I just played little DJ
games with myself.  Things picked up around "Where Fools Go" and were actually
doing pretty well by the time I switched off with Phade.  I played one
Wolfsheim song, which is a bit out of format, but I was so gratified that
someone requested a Wolfsheim song other than "Once in a Lifetime" that I
couldn't help myself.  Besides, "Heroin, She Said" has some guitars in it.
Hedwig got loud cheers from the bar and, as indicated by the legend, was the
most succesful song for the first two thirds of my shift (all the requests and
comments before then were from the new promoter).


Glenmont Popes - Now That You're Gone - Cherry Burnin' Love - Burning Blue Heart

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