RC 184: Quiet Storm

A bumper show of 3 months worth of delayed music. Twas the storm’s fault, you see. A quiet storm…one you could hardly hear, but yet so loud.

A few minutes ago every tree was excited, bowing to the roaring storm, waving, swirling, tossing their branches in glorious enthusiasm like worship. But though to the outer ear these trees are now silent, their songs never cease. (121Mb, 180 mins)

  • The Big Pink – Velvet
  • Therapy? – Opal Mantra (Studio version)
  • Culturcide – Pass For Normal
  • The KleptonesThis Song Smells (from Uptime/Downtime)
  • Fuck Buttons – Olympians
  • Klutae – We Are Sinners (We Will All Burn In Hell)
  • Reso – If Ya Can’t Beat Em – Original Mix
  • The Horrors – Sea Within A Sea
  • Broken Dongles – Only Idiots Assume
  • Klutae – I’m A Fat Faggot In A Leather Jacket
  • Anti-Nowhere League – Degeneration
  • The Drums – I Felt Stupid
  • Sub Focus – Timewarp
  • Nu:Tone – Balaclava In My System
  • Semi-Not – Disco Communist (from MusicforManiacs blog)
  • Ivor Cutler – Out with the Light
  • Hot Chip – Brothers
  • Gil Scott-Heron – Black History/ The World
  • Mikey Dread – Saturday Night Style mixed with bits from:
    Mikey Dread – Mikey Dread In Action
    Mikey Dread – Technical Selection
    Mikey Dread – JBC Days
  • J-Live – Satisfied?
  • Gil Scott-Heron – Home Is Where The Hatred Is
  • King Britt featuring Ursula Rucker – Human Beings want to be Happy
  • Viv Stanshall – The Question
  • Big Hard Excellent Fish – The Imperfect List (Version 2)
  • HEALTH – Die Slow
  • Girls – Hellhole Ratrace
  • Linda Thompson – The Way I Love You
  • Richard Hawley – As The Dawn Breaks
  • The Low Anthem – Cage The Songbird
  • Kiki & Herb – Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You
  • Sage Francis – Waterline
  • Wild Beasts – Cheerio Chaps Cheerio Goodbye
  • Viv Stanshall – In The Final Analysis
  • Richard Hawley – Don’t Get Hung Up in Your Soul

One Comment

  1. microzen
    May 5

    Quiet Storm got its name from a 1975 album by Motown legend Smokey Robinson. It was a pretty good R&B/Soul genre in its day, but it seems to be on the verge of smooth jazz these days.

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