Playlist, WSUM, 2011-03-15, 6-8am

First Hour:

  1. Shellshock by New Order from Substance [Qwest]
  2. Dare by Gorillaz from Demon Days [Virgin]
  3. Please Baby Please by Devo from Something For Everybody [Warner]
  4. Glad Man Singing by Iron And Wine from Kiss Each Other Clean [Warner]
  5. Give Up The Ghost by Radiohead from The King Of Limbs [Self-Released]
  6. Rusty Cage by Soundgarden from Badmotorfinger [A&M Records]
  7. White Nights by Oh Land from White Nights [RCRD LBL]
  8. Winter Games by Superchunk from Majesty Shredding [Merge]
  9. Horse Shoes by Wavves from Horse Shoes [Self-Released]
  10. Back In Baby’s Arms by Patsy Cline from 12 Greatest Hits [Decca]
  11. Buena by Morphine from At Your Service [Ryko]
  12. There Is A Light That Never Goes Out by Dum Dum Girls from He Gets Me High [Sub Pop]

Second Hour:

  1. Tidelands by The Moondoggies from Tidelands [Hardly Art]
  2. Cars by Gary Numan from The Pleasure Principle [Beggars Banquet]
  3. Lucky You by The National from Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers [Brassland]
  4. Contrabanda by DeVotchKa from 100 Lovers [Anti]
  5. Caffeinated Consciousness by TV On The Radio from Nine Types Of Light [Interscope]
  6. Ring Ring Ring (Ha Ha Hey) by De La Soul from De La Soul Is Dead [Tommy Boy/Warner]
  7. Bones by Otter Peter from Nice Night For A Knife Fight [Self-Released]
  8. You’re Going To Cry by La Sera from La Sera [Hardly Art]
  9. I Need A Dollar by Aloe Blacc from Good Things [Stones Throw]
  10. Down To This by Soul Coughing from Ruby Vroom [Warner]
  11. Youth Knows No Pain by Lykke Li from Wounded Rhymes [Atlantic]
  12. The Cave by Mumford & Sons from Sigh No More [Island]
  13. Next Girl by The Black Keys from Brothers [Nonesuch/Warner]
  14. I Turn My Camera On by Spoon from Gimmie Fiction [Merge]
  15. I’m Waiting For The Man by The Velvet Underground from The Velvet Underground and Nico [Verve]
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Author: djwikiben

DJ based in Berkeley, CA. Originally from Omaha, NE. Lived in Madison, WI for a while. Musical omnivore interested in electronic, garage, britpop, indie rock, hip-hop, funk and soul, among other things.

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