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End of Season 1

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It seems that somewhere around 15 songs makes for a pretty decent playlist. So I decided to recap the first 15 episodes with “the songs that could’ve been.”

Enjoy.

Season 1 – That’s a Wrap ~62 minutes

the list

Fugazi – Margin Walker

Mudhoney – Flat-Out Fucked

Deep Purple – Perfect Strangers

Tom Waits – Filipino Box Spring Hog

Pterodactyl – Esses

White Denim – I Start To Run

The Thermals – Now We Can See

Marnie Stern – For Ash

I Heart Hiroshima – Punks

High Tension Wires – Toyko Is Burning Down

Ty Segall – The Slider

Jay Reatard – Nightmares

Alice Donut – Mother Of Christ

The Jesus Lizard – Monkey Trick

Liars – The Overachievers

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Thao & Mirah – Eleven

Part Four of the Best of ’11. “Eleven” was released in 2011, unbeknownst to me before starting to record this show. Apparently Thao & Mirah are solo artists that got together for a bit and played some music.  I found this song on a free 20 song sampler from their label, Kill Rock Stars. I highly recommend checking out the KRS website and browsing their store, lotsa good bands in there.  Also, as I was searching for images to include in this post I came across an article at NPR which claimed that the singer of Tune-Yards, Merrill Garbus, whom I had also chosen for this podcast actually wrote this song.  As has happened while putting each show together, I choose a song and other songs follow; then, after I’ve recorded everything, I start flipping around the interwebs and come across all sorts of info that probably should have been in the show.  Some of it relevant, some of it interesting and some of it neither, but show-worthy nonetheless. Thao & Mirah – Eleven (right click to download the show) ~45 minutes

Playlist (with links to the artists’ websites):

Thao & Mirah – Eleven

Eurythmics – Regrets

St Vincent – Northern Lights; Cruel

Tune-Yards – Gangsta

WILDFLAG – Romance

Lykke Li – I Follow Rivers; Love Out Of Lust; Get Some

Random Song of the Show:

The Thermals – Here’s Your Future, and the video (not the same song though) with Carrie Brownstein of WILDFLAG