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Music For Listeners 11/13/2010

1) The Beastie Boys-"Country Mike's Theme"  From the vinyl LP 'Country Mike's Greatest Hits'.
2) Roger Miller-"England Swings"  From the CD 'The Very Best of Roger Miller'.
3) The Radio Dept-"The One"  From the brand new 12" EP 'Never Follow Suit'.
4) Beach Fossils-"Face It"  From the brand new vinyl AA 7" Single for "Face it"/"Distance".
5) The Pains of Being Pure At Heart-"Heart In Your Heartbreak"  From the brand new vinyl 7" single for "Heart In Your Heartbreak".
6) Art Brut-"Catch"  From the CD 'Pictures of You (Tribute to The Cure)'.
7) Beady Eye-"Bring the Light"  Brand new track from the band's official website.
8) Idlewild-"City Hall"  From the CD 'Post Electric Blues'.
9) Cloud Nothings-"Understand At All"  From the forthcoming CD 'Cloud Nothings'.
10) Elliott Smith-"The Ballad of Big Nothing"  From the brand new CD compilation 'An Introduction to Elliott Smith'.
11) Life In Film-"Sorry"  From the vinyl 7" single for "Sorry".
12) Surfer Blood-"Take it Easy"  Free download released as part of's new Red wax sessions.
13) Jimmy Vivino and the Basic Cable Band-"Conan Theme Song"  From the official website.
14) Dum Dum Girls-"Bhang Bhang, You're A Burnout"  From the brand new vinyl 7" single for "Bhang Bhang, You're A Burnout".
15) Cold War Kids-"Louder than Ever"  From the forthcoming CD 'Mine is Yours'.
16) James Yuill-"First In Line"  From the brand new vinyl 7" single for "First In Line".
17) Wilder-"Skyful of Rainbows"  From the brand new vinyl 7" single for "Skyful of Rainbows".
18) Dutch Uncles-"Fragrant (Egyptian Hip Hop Remix)" Exclusive remix from the NME Daily Download site.
19) Findlay Brown-"Promised Land (Villa Remix)"  From the brand new vinyl 10" single for "Promised Land".
20) Warpaint-"Bees"  From the brand new CD 'The Fool'.
21) Gold Panda-"Marriage"  From the brand new CD 'Lucky Shiner'.
22) The Wombats-"Jump Into the Fog"  Brand new track from the band's official website.
23) Trophy Wife-"Take the Night"  From the vinyl 7" single for "Microlite".
24) Tennis-"Take Me Somewhere"  From the forthcoming CD 'Cape Dory'.
25) Mystery Jets-"Show Me the Light"  From the brand new vinyl 7" single for "Show Me the Light".
26) Ash-"Heartbreaker"  From the brand new compilation album 'A to Z volume 2'.
27) Air Waves-"Knockout"  From the vinyl 7" single for "Knockout".
28) Jonny-"Beach Party"  From the free EP made up of Non album tracks given away by the band on
29) Theivery Corporation-"Shaolin Satellite"  From the CD 'Sounds from the Thievery Hi-Fi'.
30) Laurie Anderson-"Blue Lagoon"  From the CD box set 'United States Live Parts I-IV'.
31) "The Mid-Morning Recording"           The Monks-'Black Monk Time'
Going through the list of past albums that we've played, I was somewhat stunned that this album hadn't been played before. Some people would say that punk started here with this band. Recorded in 1966, before "punk" was "punk". (I don't know many bands that would shave their heads at that time.) A grinding organ, a banjo almost played like a drum, some crazy lyrics, dressed in black with actual nooses around their neck. All from five G.I.'s who were living in Germany wanted to get out of the army. (Try to track down online the only live footage of the band from the 60's, playing in Germany. Some great stuff.) This one is going out to Aaron Forland, who introduced this band to me in 1999 on our way to Blanco Cafe. I was shocked that it took me 33 years after the album's release to hear it. For me this album ranks up there with the albums by The Modern Lovers, Big Star, and Nick Drake; timeless classics that will never get old and way too overlooked the first time around. Some things are way before their time, and this album is certainly a huge case for that argument. Julian Cope, Jack White, Mark E. Smith all claim this to be one of the most overlooked and seminal recordings ever made. "Pussy galore is coming down and we like it....we don't like the atomic bomb."
Michael - MFL

32) James-"Sayonara"  From the CD 'Wah-Wah'.

BONUS TRACKS --- The Fireman is no mason.......
33) The Fireman-"Bison (Long One)"  From the promo CD single for "Fluid".
34) The Fireman-"Highway (Electro Dynamo Lemon Sherbet Sunrise Dubstep Mix)"  From the deluxe box set version of 'Electric Arguments'.
35) The Fireman-"Fluid (Out of Body and Mind Mix)"  From the promo CD single for "Fluid: The Nitin Sawhney Remixes".

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