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This weeks we will be listening to the wonderful and frightening world of effects; those handy go-to studio gadgets that are always there when original ideas aren't. From the early days of tape recording effects (turning the tape over to get that swooshy backwards sound, a la J. Hendrix) to the horrific quantities of crisp, sparkling digital reverb (Bongwater). So, gaze at your shoes and we will begin.
- Are You Experienced, Jimi Hendrix, Are You Experienced, 1967, Track (Backwards masking)
- Rainbow Chaser, Nirvana UK, All Of Us, 1968, Island (Tape phase)
- 1969, The Stooges, The Stooges, 1969, Elektra (Wah)
- Well Alright, Blind Faith, Blind Faith, 1970, Polydor (Roto-cabinet)
- Roxette, Dr Feelgood, Down By The Jetty, 1975, United Artists (Overdrive)
- 49 Cigars, Nick Nicely, 7", 1982, EMI (Flange)
- Passion Of Lovers, Bauhaus, 1979-1983, 1985, Beggars Banquet (Chorus)
- Little Lighthouse, The Dukes of the Stratosphear, Psonic Psunspot, 1987, Virgin (Tremolo)
- Too Much Sleep, Bongwater, Too Much Sleep, 1989, Shimmy Disc (Reverb)
- A Little Lost, Arthur Russell, Another Thought, 1994, Point Music (Echo)
- The Equator, Tortoise, TNT, 1998, Thrill Jockey (Envelope filter)
- Black Cobra Pt. 2, Curly Davis and The Uniques, Chains and Black Exhaust, 2002, Memphix (Desk fuzz)
- Pendulum, Broadcast, Ha Ha Sound, 2003, Warp (Delay)
- Coast To Coast, Elliott Smith, From A Basement On The Hill, 2004, Domino, (Double-tracked vocal)