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A Thing For KAOS by KAOS Promo

A Thing For KAOS - 0:36 minutes (564.94 KB)

Black Bedtime Stories: Economic Hit Men

Black Bedtime Stories - 119:28 minutes (109.38 MB)

The Real Iwo Jima

Your Mom's Metal Show by Oblivion

Your Mom's Metal Show - 120:04 minutes (109.93 MB)


"In essence, death metal is about brutal technical proficiency, while black metal is about emotion..." --Sweets

"It all just sounds like a truck full of buzz saws crashing into a cymbal factory to me" --Booth

Texas Chili Show: Let's Go Bombing!

Let's Go Bombing - 119:02 minutes (108.98 MB)

Texas Chili Show - Bombing

It's a party on the edge of annihilation, and everyone will be there, rock n roll nihilists, drunks, punks, preachers, Nazis, anarchists and apocalyptic wingnuts! Tune in for your afternoon BLAST!

Glorious Summer: King George for a Day

King George for a Day - 124:55 minutes (114.37 MB)

Glorious Summer - King George for a Day

Playlist: G F Handel - Zadok the Priest, Water Music, Music for the Royal Fireworks, Hallelujah Chorus
J D Heinichen (not necessarily in order) - Ouverture in G Major, Concerto in C Major, Concerto in A Major for Oboe and Strings, Concerto in G Major for Oboe and Bassoon, Concerto in E minor for 2 Oboes

Duck Blood Soup by Black Bedtime Stories

Duck Blood Soup - 120:13 minutes (110.06 MB)

Duck Blood Soup 2

The Fabulous Bach Brothers and their Kin by Oblivion

The Fabulous Bach Brothers and their Kin - 119:07 minutes (109.06 MB)

Glorious Summer Bach Boys

Goldberg Variations for string by Johann Sebastian Bach for the first hour, followed by Johann Ludwig Bach - Concerto in d Major, Johann Christoph Freidrich Bach - Sinfonia in d minor, Carl Philip Emmanuel Bach - Symphony in E Major, Johann Christian Bach - Symphony in G minor, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach - Sinfonia in D, Symphonie "Dissonante", PDQ Bach - Eine Kleine Nichtmusik

If you want to hear these selections individually and learn more about them go here:

The Secret Solarium

The Gnostic Scholar's Radio Hours

The Gnostic Scholar's Radio Hours - 119:52 minutes (109.75 MB)

Gnostic Melchizedek

Apocryphon of John, Equimanthorn/Second Enoch - The Great Deluge, Equimanthorn - When Seven Came Unto the Firmament, Sephiroth - A Map of Eden Before the Storms, Chant of the Templars - Da Pacem Domine, Medieval song - Dance of Death, Atrium Carceri - Torn Citadel of the Autarch, Hidden Crimes, Dark Ages - The Doors with Scarlet Crosses, Gibbering Mouther - Penanggalan, Goat Craft - Orphans and Widows, Epsilon for Entirety - When Old Trees Die, Gibbering Mouther - The Worm Array, Licht Erlischt - The Vaultventurer, Lapis Niger - Black Serpent Dance, Lingua Fungi - Teonanacatl, Arktau Eos - Language of Embers, Gibbering Mouther - Terrifying Creatures the lurk in heaps of dung, Kelubar Demodand the Enslimed, Aere Aeternus - Conjuration, Gibbering Mouther - Intellect Devourer, Matriarch of Swarms, Treha Sektori - Entori Kethesnah, Raison d'Etre - The Slow Ascend

Mysteries of Easter by Oblivion

Mysteries of Easter - 120:06 minutes (109.96 MB)

Glorious Summer Mysteries of Easter

Albert Roussel - Bacchus et Ariane, Offenbach - Orpheus in the Underworld, Liszt - Orpheus, Liszt - Prometheus, Lovely, lovely Ludwig Van - Creatures of Prometheus, Alexander Scriabin - Prometheus: Poem of Fire, Jean Sibelius - Pan and Echo, Richard Strauss - Also Sprach Zarathustra (complete)

The Secret Solarium

Music of a World Turned Upside Down: Composers of the Enlightenment

Music of a World Turned Upside Down - 119:18 minutes (109.23 MB)

Glorious Summer Englightenment

No time for talking in this one. Here's the playlist:
Gaetano Pugnani: Sinfonia in G major, Arcangelo Corelli: "La Folia", Antonio Vivaldi: Violin Concerto in E flat Major, Muzio Clementi: Sonatina op 36 no 4, Joseph Haydn: Piano Concerto no 11, Pugnani: Trio no 6 in C Major, Johann Christian Bach: Flute Concerto in G major, Clementi: Sonatina op 36 no 5, Giovanni Pergolesi: Violin Concerto in B flat major, Clementi: Sonatina op 36 no 6, Pugnani: Trio Sonata no 6 in C, Luigi Boccherini - Minuet (this one occurs frequently in film soundtracks)

If you want to know more about the composers and individual works featured in this show be sure to check out the Secret Solarium: http://kaosradioaustin.org/audio/user/2637

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