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The Big Takeover Show - Number 120 - May 8, 2017

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DJ Jack Rabid
Slowdive – Don’t Know Why (Slowdive) brand new
The Black Watch – Way Strange World (The Gospel According to John) new
Secret Meadow – Endlings (Same Old Fear EP)
Big Star’s Third Live – For You (Thank You Friends: Big Star’s Third Live… And More)
You People – Deliver Me Home (Dropouts)
Curtis Mayfield – Pusherman (Superfly soundtrack) 1972
The Rolling Stones – Gimme Shelter (live) (Ed Sullivan TV Show) 1969
DJ Jack Rabid
Ron Sexsmith – Radio (The Last Rider) new
Ray Davies – The Invaders (Americana) new
Corin Ashley – Edison’s Medicine (Broken Biscuits)
The Hangabouts – Kits & Cats and Saxon Wives (Kits & Cats and Saxon Wives)
Delay Trees – Black Ice (Let Go)
The Brotherhood – Rose Garden (Brotherhood, Brotherhood) 1969
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass – Green Peppers (Whipped Cream and Other Delights) 1965
Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass – Bittersweet Samba (Whipped Cream and Other Delights) 1965
DJ Jack Rabid
Honeychain – Crushed (CRUSHED)
Persian Leaps – Short and Sour (Your City, Underwater EP)
All – Breakin’ Up (Pummel) 1995; newly reissued
The Fur Coats – Ha Ha (Gumballs in the Meritocracy)
The Wipers – Way of Love (Land of the Lost) 1985
The Exterminators – Bionic Girl (Product of America) recorded 1977, released now
John Holt – Strange Things (1000 Volts of Holt) 1973
T. Rex (with Elton John and Ringo Starr) – Children of the Revolution (Born to Boogie) 1972
DJ Jack Rabid + DJ Jeff Kelson
Sleaford Mods – Jobseeker (The Mekon) 2007
John Cooper Clarke – Evidently Chickentown (Snap, Crackle and Bop) 1980
Public Image Ltd. – Socialist (Metal Box / Second Edition) 1979
The Fall – Dice Man (Dragnet) 1979
The Stone Roses – Here it Comes (Garage Flower) recorded 1985, released 1996
Sleaford Mods – Drayton Mannered (English Tapas) new
The Jam – The Modern World (single, This is the Modern World) 1977
DJ Jeff Kelson + DJ Jack Rabid
Floyd Tillman – Don’t Be Blue (single) 1939

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