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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Monday, August 29, 2022 | 06:59 to 08:59

Artist Song Album Label
Jungle Brothers Jungle Bass (Instrumental) Straight Out The Jungle Warlock/Traffic
9th Wonder Side By Clack Zion Jamla
Mrafi Contatti Desertificati Le Arti Malandrine
J.B. Lenoir Down In Mississippi Vietnam Blues Evidence
Gray Young Cycles Staysail 307 Knox Records
Ticonderoga Poison Control The Heilig-Levine LP 54 40 or Fight
Sorry Bamba Gambari Volume One 1970-1979 Thrill Jockey
Black Tambourine I Was Wrong Black Tambourine Slumberland
Bohren & Der Club Of Gore Meine Welt ist schön Patchouli Blue Ipecac
Somi Umhome Zenzile: the Reimagination of Miriam Makeba Salon Africana
al Riggs Springwater (LGT BIZ) Oh Good It's Al Riggs Husky Pants
Said Deep And They Were All Free Duck in Idaho Raund Haus
Kruununhaan Dynamo Simple Things Psychedelic Phinland Love
Zs For Zs [excerpt] (Live at Paula Cooper Gallery) Score - The Complete Sextet Works: 2002-2007 Northern Spy
O Bando Fossa Bobóca O Bando Shadoks
The Mountain Goats Wage Wars Get Rich Die Handsome Bleed Out Merge
Shaver You're Too Much For Me The Earth Rolls On New West