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The Big Takeover Show - Number 112 - March 13, 2017

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DJ Jack Rabid
Real Estate – Stained Glass Sky (In Mind) brand new
Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Julie’s Place (French Press EP)
TUNS – To Your Satisfaction (TUNS)
Secret Shine – Falling Again (There is Only Now) brand new
T.S.O.L. – Wild Life (The Trigger Complex) new
Roy Hall – You Ruined My Blue Suede Shoes (Diggin’ the Boogie) recorded 1956, released 1983
Bo Diddley – Hey Bo Diddley (live) (The Big TNT Show) 1965
DJ Jack Rabid
Paul Simon – Wristband (Stranger to Stranger) 2016 -
Sophie Hunger – Le Vent Nous Portera (1983) 2010
Greg Graffin – Time of Need (Millport) brand new
Norman Blake and Tony Rice – Lincoln’s Funeral Train (The Sad Journey to Springfield) (2) 1990
Juliana Hatfield – Impossible Song (Pussycat) brand new
The Monkees – Long Title: Do I Have to Do This All Over Again? (Head) 1968
Ersel Hickey – Bluebirds Over the Mountain (single) 1958
DJ Jack Rabid
The Saints – Brisbane (Security City) (Prehistoric Sounds) 1978
Razar – Task Force (single) 1978
The Cigarettes – They’re Back Again Here They Come (single) 1979
Agent Orange – A Cry For Help in a World Gone Mad (Living in Darkness) 1981
Deniz Tek – Crossroads (Mean Old Twister) new
Wyldlife – Teenage Heart (Out on Your Block)
The Nils – Truce (The Nils) 1987
John Holt – Ali Baba (single) 1969
DJ Jack Rabid
Lush – Sweetness and Light (live) (Live at KCRW – Morning Becomes Eclectic) 2016
HYLA – Swam Out (single)
Teenage Fanclub – Hold On (Here)
Totally Mild – Battleship (Down Time)
Lake Ruth – A Victimless Crime (Actual Entity)
The Zombies – Beechwood Park (Odessey and Oracle) 1968
Doc and Richard Watson – House of the Rising Sun (Third Generation Blues) 1999
DJ Jack Rabid
Webb Pierce – There Stands the Glass (single) 1953

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