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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Wednesday, August 10, 2022 | 22:02 to 00:02

Artist Song Album Label
Jason Roebke Octet Birthday High/Red/Center Delmark
King Tuff Hit & Run King Tuff Sub Pop
The Celibate Rifles 24 Hours (SOS) Do the Pop! The Australian Garage-Rock Sound, 1976-87 Shock
The Clean Point That Thing Somewhere Else Anthology [Disc 1] Merge
Chad Taylor Trio Prism The Daily Biological Cuneiform
ESG You're No Good A South Bronx Story Universal Sound
Sinn Sisamouth and Ros Serey Sothea Thevary My Love Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll Dust-to-Digital
Wye Oak (cloud) No Horizon Merge Records
Moses Sumney Bystanders græ Jagjaguwar
Frente Cumbiero La Era del GigaHertz Cera Perdida La Roma Records
Andrew Leigh Windy Baker Street Magician Sunbeam
The Sensational Six The Lord Will Make A Way This May Be My Last Time Singing: Raw African-American Gospel On 45rpm 1957-1982 [Disc 3] Tompkins Square
The Strange Boys Should Have Shot Paul The Strange Boys And Girls Club In the Red
Michele Mercure Rhythm of Life Pictures of Echoes Freedom To Spend
Willie Mae Williams Where The Sun Never Goes Down Fire In My Bones: Raw Rare + Otherworldly African-American Gospel (1944-2007) Tompkins Square
Ahmedou Ahmed Lowla Lmaaden Terrouzi Sahel Sounds