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Trip Inside This House (Music)
Tue Feb 15th 2011 5.00am–7.00am
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The Front Office “WOW” from Everything You Always Wanted To Know About 60s Mind Expansive Punkadelic Garage Rock Instrumentals But Were Afraid To Ask (Arf! Arf! 1993)
The Time and Space Machine “Odyssey” from 3 (5D Recordings 2010)
Wolfrilla “Song For Jimmi” from Electric Asylum #2 (Past & Present 2009)
Barron Knights “You're All I Need” from Electric Asylum, #3 (Past & Present 2009)
The Jackal “Year Of The Tiger” from Electric Asylum, #4 (Past & Prseent 2010)
The Smoke “That's What I Want” from We Can Fly #1 (Past & Present 2000) —Originally a 1972 B-Side
Sensations “Oh My Eli” from Electric Asylum, #3 (Past & Present 2009)
The Ghost “Too Late To Cry” from When You're Dead-One Second (Mellotron Records 1971)
Humble Pie “The Light Of Love” from Town And Country (Columbia 1969) —* Recommended by Jeffman of Head Full of Snow blog!
May Blitz “High Beech” from The 2nd of May (Akarma 2010)
Mighty Baby “Same Way From The Sun” from Mighty Baby (Big Beat rhino.com 1969)
The Mystic Tide “Psychedelic Journey, Pts. 1 & 2” from Solid Ground (Distortions 1994)
Ty Segall “Untitled #2” from Lemons (Goner 2009)
Oil Of Angels “Holy Roller” from Oil Of Angels (self-released 2010)
Traveling Circle “Wooden Eyes” from Handmade House (Nasoni 2010)
Squires of the Subterrain “-valis Pick of the Week Theme” Single (NA url 2004)
The Purrs “Pie In The Sky” from Tearing Down Paisley Garden (The Purrs/Big Damn Deal 2010) —Hail The Purrs! The pride of Seattle...
The Purrs “It Could Be So Wonderful” from Tearing Down Paisley Garden (The Purrs/Big Damn Deal 2010) —http://thepurrs.com
The Purrs “SISTER” from Amused, Confused & More Bad News (The Purrs 2009) —Amazing band! Highly recommend the exploration of their entire recorded output.
Ringo Deathstarr “Imagine Hearts” from Colour Trip (Sonic Unyon 2011) N
Automatics “POP STAR” from Space Rock Melodies (Elefant Records 1997) —* As recommended by Jordi, of Stay.
The Sunday Drivers “I Ain't Down” from Little Heart Attacks (Mushroom Pillow 2004) —Also recommended by Jordi!
The Jigsaw Seen “Choreography Killed the Cat” from Bananas Foster (Vibro-phonic 2010)
Cosmic Rough Riders “Move Along” from Pure Escapism (Poptones 2002) —Have a great week! Honored to have you listen. -valis
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