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Spinitron - KDHX: The Mixtape Tue Oct 12th 2010

The Mixtape (Music)

Tue Oct 12th 2010 3.00am–5.00am

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


The Postal Service “Grow Old With Me”
from Instant Karma (The Complete Recordings) - The Amnesty International Campaign to Save Darfur (Warner Bros. 2009) —John Lennon's birthday was celebrated this past weekend, so here's our tribute to the man.


Margaret Cho “Intervention (feat. Tegan & Sara)”
from Cho Dependent (Clownery 2010) N  —weird musical comedy album from LGBT activist comedienne


Morphine “Cure for Pain” (Ryko 1993) —Mark Sandman biopic "Cure For Pain" - http://vimeo.com/7804512


Grace Potter And The Nocturnals “Medicine”
from Grace Potter and the Nocturnals (Hollywood www.hollywoodrecords.com 2010) N  —fiery album from a killer guitarist and saintly voiced young lady. totally destroyed last time they were in town


Deftones “This Place Is Death”
from Diamond Eyes (Reprise 2010) N  —epic, droney RAWK.


Tricky “Every Day”
from Mixed Race (Domino 2010) N  —is this a sample or a riff-steal from "Rock On"? who cares, it's Tricky being Tricky on this rather short album of great tunes


The May Day Orchestra “Death Walks Along This Road”
from Ota Benga (Rankoutsider Records 2010) N L —thanks Tim!


Lou Barlow “Only One”
from Live at KDHX Volume 8 (KDHX www.kdhx.org 2010) N L


Mindless Self Indulgence “Clarissa”
from Frankenstein Girls Will Seem Strangeley Sexy (Elektra 0591 2000) —2 downer tracks? gotta counteract that with some upbeat insanity. MSI will do the trick!


Crumb “Shoegazer (Album Version)”
from Romance Is a Slow Dance (Rhino/Warner Bros. 1996)


Matthew Sweet “Scooby-Doo Where Are You?”
from Saturday Morning Cartoon's Greatest Hits (MCA 1995) —from a great compilation of 90s alterna bands doing cartoon theme songs. GENIUS


Atom And His Package “I'm Downright Amazed At What I Can Destroy With Just a Hammer”
from Hamburgers EP (Hopeless Records 2006)


John Linnell “The Songs of the 50 States”
from State Songs (Zoe 1999)


Vinnie and the Stardusters “Houses”
from Novelty Music for Casual Sex (Simple Sense Of Superiority 2004) —a weird mashup of as many songs that feature the word "House" ... it's pretty funny, as is V & The SD's album


Desaparecidos “Greater Omaha”
from Read Music / Speak Spanish (Saddle Creek 2002) —some amazing socio-political commentary


Tin Machine “Video Crime”
from Tin Machine (Remastered) (Virgin 2003) —if you ever wondered about the origins of my twitter name ... here you go! David Bowie's more rock-oriented side project


Hey Mercedes “Quality Revenge At Last”
from Loses Control (Vagrant Records www.vagrant.com 2004) —amazing post-Braid tunes, sadly they didn't get as big as they should have. still doing the occassional reunion show, so you never know...


NASA “Spacious Thoughts (feat. Kool Keith & Tom Waits)”
from The Spirit Of Apollo (Anti 2009) —together again, for the first time, the weirdest two dudes in music... and it's GLORIOUS. the video is even more maddening, if you can find it


Glue “Goodbye”
from Seconds Away (Shake It (hepcat) 2003) —amazing indie rap


Milemarker “Frigid Forms Sell You Warmth”
from Frigid Forms Sell (Jade Tree 2009) —AMAZING math-rock. this is a great starting point for checking out their catalogue


The Get Up Kids “Alec Eiffel”
from Where Is My Mind? : A Tribute To The Pixies (Glue Factory 2008) —awesome compilation of Pixies covers, also includes Promise Ring doing "Gouge Away" which rules, too


The Reputation “Follow-Through Time”
from To Force a Fate (Lookout! Records 2004)


Shonen Knife “Golden Years Of Rock N Roll”
from Heavy Songs (Confidential Recordings confidentialrecordings.com)


Jem “24”
from Finally Woken (ATO Records www.atorecords.com 2004)


Rilo Kiley “Paint's Peeling”
from The Execution of All Things (Saddle Creek 2002)


Over the Rhine “The World Can Wait”
from Films for Radio (BACK PORCH 2001)

Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.