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Spinitron - KDHX: The Mixtape Tue Feb 8th 2011

The Mixtape (Music)

Tue Feb 8th 2011 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


Bright Eyes “Jejune Stars” from The People's Key (Saddle Creek 2011N Buy it!


Wire “Clay” from Red Barked Tree (Pink Flag 2011N Buy it!


Cake “Federal Funding” from Showroom Of Compassion (Upbeat 2011N Buy it!


New York Dolls “Fool For You Baby” from Dancing Backwards In High Heels COMP (429 2011N Buy it!


Me First And The Gimme Gimmes “All Out Of Love” from Go Down Under (Fat Wreck Chords 2011N Buy it!


The Veils “The Stars Came Out Once The Lights Went Out” from Troubles Of The Brain (Rough Trade 2011N Buy it!


Toadies “Suck Magic” from Feeler (2010 Version) (Kirtland 2011N Buy it!


Amanda Palmer “Vegemite (The Black Death)” from Amanda Palmer Goes Down Under (self 2011N  —available for the low low price of 69 cents at http://music.amandapalmer.net!Buy it!


Cold War Kids “Skip The Charades” from Mine Is Yours (Downtown 2011N Buy it!


They Might Be Giants “Figure 8” from Here Come the 123s (Unknown 2008) —not technically new, but a great tune that I can't get out of my head.Buy it!


Ghostface Killah “2getha Baby” from Apollo Kids SINGLE (Def Jam 2010N Buy it!


Telekinesis “Game Of Pricks” from Parallel Seismic Conspiracies (Merge 2010N Buy it!


Commerce “About A Month Ago” from The Things I Say vs The Things I Mean (self-released 2011N Buy it!


Maximum Balloon “Absence of Light (feat. Tunde Adebimpe)” from Maximum Balloon (Interscope 2010N  —Sitek and Adebimpe teaming up for the first time since TV On the Radio broke up. Still sounds good, man.Buy it!


The Ex “Maybe I Was The Pilot” from Catch My Shoe (Ex Records www.theex.nl 2011N  —most bands lose their minds and/or drive when they lose their lead signer. these Netherlands-based stalwarts shrug it off, find someone new and keep on slaying. well played, sirs.Buy it!


Network “Love and Money” from Money Money 2020 (Reprise 2004) —a Green Day side project that's better than most of their output lately.Buy it!


Statistics “The Grass Is Always Greener” from Leave Your Name (Jade Tree 2004)Buy it!


Fear of Pop “In Love” from Volume I (550 Music 1998) —13 years later, where's Volume 2?Buy it!


Melt-Banana “Hair-Cat (Cause The Wolf Is A Cat!)” from Perfect Hair Forever OST (Williams Street 2007) —in 2 weeks, stay tuned for our J-ROCK SPECIAL. All rock bands, all hailing from the island nation of Japan!Buy it!


The Ting Tings “We Walk” from We Started Nothing (Columbia 2007)Buy it!


Brown Shoe “Take This Paper and Burn It” from Jackalope (Nimbit 2008)Buy it!


Metric “Sick Muse” from Fantasies (Hmm 2009)Buy it!


Skunk Anansie “Twisted (Everyday Hurts)” from Stoosh (One Little Indian/Epic 1997) —they reunited last year for WONDERLUSTRE, but this record will always be my favoriteBuy it!


Bad Religion “Infected” from Stranger Than Fiction (Atlantic 1994)Buy it!


Elastica “Vaseline” from Elastica CD ALBUM (DGC 1995) —possibly the catchiest song about a petroleum jelly ever writtenBuy it!


Rage Against the Machine “War Within a Breath” from The Battle of Los Angeles (Epic 1999)Buy it!


Beastie Boys “I can't think straight” from Aglio E Olio (Grand Royal 1995) —from the album named after a pasta, comes the fast-and-rough punk songs that they probably thought up on tour with DFLBuy it!


Cogasm feat. Robert Smith “A Sign From God” from Orgazmo Soundtrack (Nickelbag 1998) —A one-off collaboration featuring some slamming electro and great writing by The Cure's Robert Smith.Buy it!


Pizzacato Five “Twiggy Twiggy” from Made in USA (Matador 1994)Buy it!

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