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December 18, 2004


christopher grove

as I hadn't got around to posting this before, this seems like a great place to post it. But as you've already seen it before and as I was going through some cds that I hadn't listened to in a while yesterday, I'll try and do you a new one tonight and share it tomorrow.

The Wonderstuff – Who Wants To Be The Disco King?
Suede – Beautiful Ones
Shudder To Think – Kissesmack Of Past Action
Jane’s Addiction – Just Because
Chumbawamba – Timebomb
Primal Scream – Motörhead
The Undertones – Teenage Kicks
Franz Ferdinand – This Ffire
The Afghan Whigs – Somethin’ Hot
EMF – Perfect Day (Martinijuana mix)
Mano Negra – King King Five
Underworld – Born Slippy (Nuxx_2003 Edit)
Coldcut – Atomic Moog 2000 (Post Nuclear Afterlife Lounge Mix)
Tali – Blazin
P18 – Urban Cuban
The Stone Roses – Fool’s Gold (Bottom Won Mix)
Credit To The Nation – Call It What You Want (single mix ....and most certainly not the album version!!)
Black Grape – In The Name Of The Father
Rae & Christian – Flashlight (a Funkadelic cover)
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Subway To Venus
Les Rita Mitsouko – Martia Baila
Spearhead – Booty And The Beats
Salt ‘n’ Pepa – Push It
Primal Scream – Jailbird (the Dust Brothers mix)
Leftfield featuring Afrika Bambaata – Afrika Shox
Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five – The Message
Funkadelic – One Nation Under A Groove
Super Furry Animals – Keep The Cosmic Trigger Happy
Pulp – Do You Remember The First Time?
McAlmont & Butler - Yes

christopher grove

OOOPs, forget to say something...
Don't actually know most of the groups in your list; it looks pretty alternative rock-ish. Are they all American (can't remember if Gene Loves Jezebel were or not)?

Jon Strande

Chris, you reminded me that I still have to pick up that Salt & Pepa CD... ah, what a great song. As I mentioned before, I haven't heard of many of those... now if there was just a way that we could share playlists - I'm sure it would result in some sales for the record companies somwhere along the line...

You know, I don't recall where GLG is from... a quick check with the musical expert in the house (the Mrs.) gets the following reply - "London, I think."

I'll take her word for it. ;-)

We lucked out a couple of years ago, they actually came to this area - we were 2 of about 20 people in the entire room and they put on an AMAZING show. It was great!!

Another great band that the wife turned me on to, I'll have to listen to her more often.


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