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Still listenin to the Slim Dunlap tribute.

Really excellent album.
 
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Euros Child "Situation Comedy"

Free download on the label site. That was nice.
 
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Just finished listening to "Cosmic Machine – A Voyage Across French Cosmic & Electronic Avant Garde 1970 to 1980".

All instrumental yeah it needed some vocal tracks.
 
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"Incredible Girl" by the Contrast.

Excellent band, just heard them fer first time.
 
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Danny & the Champions of the World "Other Days"

Soulful UK Americana
 
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"International News" by National Wake.

So.African rock/punk band from the late '70s-early '80s.
 
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Alison Crockett album, "Mommy what is a Depression"

Soul/funk, pretty good stuff
 
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The Windmill's album.

They are a Norwegian prog band.
 
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Jeffrey Novak's "Lemon Kid" album.

Solo album from the Cheap Times singer/songwriter.
 
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"On Leave" by Barclay James Harvest.

Old band puts out new stuff. Not half bad.
 
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John Cougar Mellowcrap "Big Daddy" album.

i can make fun of John cuz he lives in my town.
hahahaha
 
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La Honda's "I See Stars" album

This was Rumer's first band.
 
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"You Don't Know Anything" by Stornoway.

Fine ep by NY band.
 
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Jethro Tull's "Teacher"

This is the original UK mix from the bonus track edition of the Benefit album.
 
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BIllie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones recorded an album of Everly Bros songs.

Meh, really wasn't necessary.
 
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The Young Fresh Fellows.

A two-fer cd with 2 of their best albums.
 
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Ray Stinnett's "Silky Path"

The album is called "A Fire Somewhere".

He used to be in the band Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs
 
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Ray Stinnett's "Silky Path"

The album is called "A Fire Somewhere".

He used to be in the band Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs


This is really good album so i'm giving it another spin.
 
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A best-of Oasis cd.

Never was a big fan, the Gallagher bros are pretty obnoxious.
 
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Kevin Tihista's "Modern Standard"

Singer/songwriter rock, great stuff
 
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"Through You" by Sun Dial.

Psychedelic baby!
 
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Oxford American 2 cd sampler of music from Tennessee.

Excellent!
 
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Some kinda Irish jig.

It's on some kinda world music cd.
 
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The Volcanics "The Lonely One" cd

Mostly surf instrumentals with a few vocals
 
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The Pagans "Not Now No Way"

Snotty punk music
 
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