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The Lounge Lizards “Do The Wrong Thing” from The Lounge Lizards on EG Records

Neil Young “Come On Baby Let’s Go Downtown” from Tomight’s The Night on Reprise

Tony Joe White “Even Trolls Love To Rock N Roll” from Live on Sacem

Lucinda Williams “Drunken Angel” from Car Wheels On A Gravel Road on Mercury

Paul Westerberg “Mamadaddydid” from Eventually on Reprise

X “I Must Not Think Bad Thoughts” from More Fun In the New World (Deluxe) on Rhino/Elektra

The Witnesses “Time For You” from Tunnel Vision on Howler Records

Edgar Winter “Frankenstein” from Take A Free Ride on Sony

Wild Flag “Romance” from Wild Flag (Bonus Track Version) on Merge Records

Yeah Yeah Yeahs “Mystery Girl” from Yeah Yeah Yeahs – EP on Touch and Go Records

Wilco “Casino Queen” from A.M. on Reprise

Warren Zevon “Poor, Poor Pitiful Me” from Excitable Boy (Remastered) on Elektra

Wings “Junior’s Farm” from Venus and Mars (Deluxe Edition) on Universal Music Group International

Weezer “Buddy Holly” from Weezer – Deluxe Edition on Geffen Records

The Whigs “Like A Vibration” from Mission Control on ATO Records

ZZ Top “Heard It On The X” from Fandango! (Expanded Edition) [Remastered] on Atlantic Records/ATG

Rick Wakeman “Anne Boleyn “The Day Thou Gavest Lord Hath Ended”” from The Six Wives of Henry VIII on Polydor Associated Labels

Yes “Close To the Edge (I. The Solid Time of Change, II. Total Mass Retain, III. I Get Up I Get Down, IV. Seasons of Man)” from Close To The Edge on Rhino Atlantic

XTC “River of Orchids” from Apple Venus Volume 1 on Ape House Ltd.

Link Wray “Jack the Ripper (live)” from Rumble! The Best of Link Wray on Rhino

Buckwheat Zydeco “Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad” from Taking It Home on Island Records

Muddy Waters “Let’s Spend The Night Together” from Electric Mud on Chess

Zappa/Beefheart/Mothers “Advance Romance” from Bongo Fury on Rykodisc

The Pretty Things “She Says Good Morning (Mono Version) [Live at the BBC – Radio One Session / Peel Sessions – Top Gear, 17/11/1968] (Remastered)” from Live at the BBC on Repertoire Records

James Brown “I Don’t Hear No Music” from I’m Back on Polydor

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