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Playlist with Keith Drone (archive)

Wednesday, November 23, 2005 | 09:00 to 10:30 | Playlist

New Artist Song Album Label Comments
m83 don't save us from the flames before the dawn heals us mute
* explosions in the Sky a song for our fathers how strange, Innocence temporary Residence
* landing loft brocade strange attractors
shallow be thy name these are the ones 2000-2001 wangle age music
* angels of Light & Akron/Family raising the sparks akron/family & angels of light young god
* time a song for you before there was... shadoks music
high rise outside gentiles dispersion squealer
* lee wallin juba this dark holler: old love songs & ballads smithsonian Folkways ]
glenn branca lesson no. 2 the ascension acute
* tarantual AD the century trilogy II: empire book of sand kamado records
bevis frond thankless task new river head rubric
acid mothers temple in e in c squealer
* no-neck blues band boreal gluts qvarls 5rc
* selda ince ince bir kar yagar love, peace & poetry - turkish psychedelic music qdk media
* crimson spectre vampyre liberation front split cd the magic bullet record co.
red krayola war sucks the parable of arable land sunspots