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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

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Thursday, April 14, 2022 | 20:58 to 22:58

Artist Song Album Label
Christy Jean Smith Let It Burn Mama self-released
Radiologik Broadcast
Cyanotype Pendulum Two Silent Schnauzers Out and Gone Music
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Ida Cox Lovin' Is The Thing I'm Wild About Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 1: 1923 Document
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The Cakekitchen Too Little To Late Trouble Again in This Town Ally
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Kamasi Washington The Invincible Youth Heaven and Earth Young Turks
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Julien Baker Ziptie Little Oblivions Matador
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Dock Boggs Cole Younger His Folkways Years 1963-1968 Smithsonian Folkways
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Alabaster DePlume Visitors YT15 - Krupp Steel Condition Pivot GOLD International Anthem
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Elia y Elizabeth Y Cae la Lluvia ¬°Alegria! Vampisoul
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The Mountain Goats Cry For Judas Transcendental Youth Merge
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Matt Stevenson Declension Infrastructure GFR Tapes
Radiologik Broadcast
Toyosawa Heikichi Senryou Nobori (recorded 1904) Sound Storing Machines: The First 78rpm Records from Japan, 1903-1912 Sublime Frequencies
Radiologik Broadcast
Night Beats High Noon Blues Night Beats Trouble in Mind
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Soul Messengers Prince Of Zeal Soul Messages From Dimona Numero Group
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Rene Hell E.S. Des Grauens In Fifths The Terminal Symphony Type
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Horseback The Cord Itself Dead Ringers Relapse
Radiologik Broadcast