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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Sunday, January 19, 2014 | 08:59 to 10:59

Artist Song Album Label
The Mekons I Fall Asleep (Album) Ancient & Modern Bloodshot
Menahan Street Band Sleight Of Hand The Crossing Daptone
Staccato Du Mal Walls Fade Sin Destino Wierd
Bird Names Their Impermanent Occasion Metabolism: A Salute To The Energy Of The Sun Northern Spy
Bowerbirds Silver Clouds Upper Air Dead Oceans
La Barra De Chocolate Si Supiera Esta Nina La Barra De Chocolate Munster
The Clean Quickstep [Live] Anthology [Disc 1] Merge
Bob & Gene It's Not What YOu Know (It's Who You Know) Daptone Singles Spring/Summer 20111 Daptone
Malt Swagger New Years Day The Lost Pilot self-released
Black Marble Cruel Summer A Different Arrangement Hardly Art
Spider Bags Hey Delinquents Goodbye Cruel World, Hello Crueler World Birdman
Phantogram Let Me Go Eyelid Movies Barsuk
Gross Ghost Soft Focus Brer Rabbit Grip Tapes
Liquid Blue Ain't That What You Want The Sultans Of Soul Wind Hit
Ghost To Falco Greater Good Exotic Believers Infinite Front
Ex-Governor Alf. Taylor's Old Limber Quartet Brother Noah Built an Ark ...I Listen to the Wind That Obliterates My Traces Dust-to-Digital