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Alternative Therapy
03/06/2010
Show #458

The Persuasions – “Lumpy Gravy” from “Frankly Acapella” [Earthbeat]
The Apples In Stereo – “Please” from “Velocity of Sound” [Yep Roc Records]
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – “Pin” from “Fever To Tell” [Interscope]
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club – “Stop” from “Take Them On On Your Own” [Virgin]
The Frames – “Fake” from “Burn The Maps” [ANTI-]
Ryan Adams – “Luminol” from “Rock N Roll” [Lost Highway]
Foo Fighters – “Overdrive” from “One By One” [RCA]
Tom Verlaine – “Depot (1951)” from “Warm and Cool” [Rykodisc]
Roxy Music – “Out of the Blue” from “Country Life” [Virgin]
Phoenix – “1901” from “Wolfgang Amadeus Pheonix” [V2 Records]
Richard Thompson – “Crawl Back (Under My Stone)” from “Mock Tudor” [CAPITOL]
The Shins – “Turn On Me” from “Wincing The Night Away” [Sub Pop]
Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros – “The Road To Rock ‘n’ Roll” from “Rock Art and the X-Ray Style” [Hellcat]
Mekons – “Millionaire” from “Heaven & Hell” [Cook]
Vampire Weekend – “Campus” from “Vampire Weekend” [XL Recordings]
Booker T – “Potato Hole” from “Potato Hole” [ANTI-]
Kings of Convenience – “24-25” from “Declaration of Independence” [Source]
Nico – “These Days” from “Chelsa Girl” [Verve]
Mazzy Star – “Five String Serenade” from “So Tonight That I Might See” [CAPITOL]
Grant-Lee Phillips – “Love My Way” from “nineteeneighties” [Zoe]
The Beatles – “I Need You” from “Help!” [Apple Records]
Thomas Dolby – “My Brain Is Like Sieve” from “Aliens Ate My Buick” on EMI
Steely Dan – “Third World Man” from “Gaucho” [MCA]
El Chicano – “Viva Tirado” from “Their Very Best” [MCA]
Tom Jones – “Ring of Fire” from “Green, Green Grass of Home” [London]
Echo & The Bunnymen – “Gone, Gone, Gone” from “Reverberation” [SIRE]
Paul Westerberg – “Nothing To No One” from “Stereo” [Vagrant Records]
Lou Reed – “Ride Into The Sun” from “Wild Child” [RCA]
Dave Edmunds – “Girls Talk” from “King Biscuit” [Swan Song]
Elvis Costello – “Coal-Train Robberies” from “Spike (The Beloved Entertainer)” [Warner Bros.]
The J.B.’s – “(It’s Not The Monorail) It’s the JB’s Express” from “Funky Good Time: The Anthology” [POLYDOR]

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