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1100-1200 17.04.09

he shot me (it felt like a gunshot to the face)

This week: a quite ridiculous, and ridiculously eclectic at that, number of tracks squeezed into the hour, including three (3) from #1 Record Vashti Bunyan's Just Another Diamond Day, an underrated Cameron Crowe soundtrack featuring Tom Petty, and Phil Spector... yeah. Some Phil Spector. Nothing libellous though. Or gun-woundy.

Posted at 02:12, 16th April 2009


Positive Jam: Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes
Blister In The Sun
Violent Femmes Rough Trade
The Wedding Present RCA
Pushin' Too Hard
The Seeds Elektra
Magnolia: Phil Spector, We Hardly Knew Ye
Do You Remember Rock 'N' Roll Radio?
Ramones Sire
Ode To L.A.
The Raveonettes Columbia
#1 Records: Vashti Bunyan - Just Another Diamond Day
Diamond Day
Vashti Bunyan Spinney
Rose Hip November
Vashti Bunyan Spinney
Come Wind Come Rain
Vashti Bunyan Spinney
Remake/Remodel: Björk does Joni Mitchell
The Boho Dance
Bjork Nonesuch
Smith & Jones Forever
Silver Jews Drag City
Like Dylan In The Movies: Elizabethtown
It'll All Work Out
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Utv
Lawyers, Guns and Money
Warren Zevon Asylum
The Mask
Danger Doom ft. Ghostface Killah Lex
Land Of 1000 Dances
Wilson Pickett Atlantic

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