Saturday, November 28, 2009

November Music Update

New CDs:

Various Artists - Blalock's Indie Rock Playlist November 2009
VA-Promo_Only_Modern_Rock_Radio_November 2009
Ingrid Michaelson - Slow the Rain
Lisa Mitchell - Welcome To The Afternoon
Gossip - Music For Men
NOFX - Cokie the Clown
The Holloways - No Smoke, No Mirrors
Weezer - Raditude

New Singles:

A Broken Robot - All Here.mp3
Call The Doctor - For Your Leisure
Espionage Of The Loc - Start Again.mp3
Foo Fighters - Wheels
Gossip - Four Letter Word.mp3
Gossip - Heavy Cross.mp3
Gossip - Love Long Distance.mp3
Green Day - East Jesus Nowhere.mp3
Ingrid Michaelson - Charlie.mp3
Ingrid Michaelson - Empty Bottle.mp3
Ingrid Michaelson - Porcelain Fists.mp3
Jamie T - Chaka Demus.mp3
Jamie T - Hocus Pocus.mp3
Jamie T - Sticks 'N' Stones.mp3
Jamie T - The Man's Machine.mp3
Jane Taylor - Cracks.mp3
Jay Farrar and Benjamin Gibbard - One Fast Move Or I'm Gone.mp3
Jon and Roy - Another Noon.mp3
Julian Casablancas - 11th Dimension
Ladyhawke - Manipulating Woman.mp3
Lindsay Rae Spurlock - As For Now.mp3
Lisa Mitchell - A Little Ramblin' Blues For Any Hour.mp3
Lixian Hantover - Rachel's New Apartment.mp3
Nicole Reynolds - When We Meet Again.mp3
NOFX - My Orphan Year (Acoustic).mp3
NOFX - Straight Outta Massachusetts.mp3
PacoVolume - Cookiemachine.mp3
Paper Tongues - Ride To California.mp3
Tegan & Sara - Northshore.mp3
Tegan & Sara - Red Belt.mp3
Tegan And Sara - Hell (Radio Mix 1).mp3
The Avett Brothers - I and Love and You.mp3
The Da Vincis - Paper Planes.mp3
The Holloways - Alcohol.mp3
The Holloways - Public Service Broadcast.mp3
The Holloways - Sinners n Winners.mp3
The Holloways - Under A Cloud.mp3
The Submarines - Sub Symphonika.mp3
The Submarines - Xavia.mp3
The Submarines - You, Me & The Bourgeoisie.mp3
Weezer - Can't Stop Partying
Weezer - I Don't Want To Let You Go.mp3
Weezer - I'm Your Daddy
Weezer - Let It All Hang Out
Weezer - Run Over By A Truck
When I was 12 - Make believe hearts.mp3

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