Show Apologies and Corrections:
If you have been listening to the show for a while, then you know that I don’t like to play songs that I have already played. I don’t have a problem when other podcasters do it, but I feel as though I am being lazy.
That said, I have played the following songs on previous episodes:
Detroit Crunkstar – Fleetwood was played on Episode 114.
Sam Sparro – Sick was played on Episode 84.
After I finished the show, I discovered the name of the band who made Thank Me With Your Hands was The Panthers, the version I played was the MSTRKRFT remix. This song was played on Episode 42.
Plastic Bag by The Frontier Brothers was played on Episode 110.
And the ONLY one that I remembered playing beforehand was Saint Etienne ‘Lose The Girl’ which was played on Episode 3.
I know that it probably doesn’t matter to most people, but I hate it when I repeat songs. One or two songs is one thing, but when half the songs are repeats AND I didn’t even realize it until it was too late is almost unforgiveable to me. I won’t do that again.
Here’s a live performance of ‘Come Clean’ by Chris Kirby and The Marquee.
Tags: Alan Wilkis, Chris Kirby, Detroit Crunkstar, MSTRKRFT, Panthers, Pele, Pimps of Joytime, Saint Etienne, Sam Sparro, The Frontier Brothers, Wolf Parade
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