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DJ Jack Rabid
Rogue Wave – California Bride (Delusions of Grand Fur) brand new
Wire – Nocturnal Koreans (Nocturnal Koreans) brand new
Film School – Give Up (June EP) brand new
Wray – Hypatia (Hypatia)
The Nashville Ramblers – The Trains (single) 1986
The Beatles – If You’ve Got Troubles (Anthology II) 1965, released 1996; R.I.P. George Martin, 1926 – 2016
DJ Jack Rabid
The Nice – Flower King of Flies (The Thoughts of Emerlist Davjack) 1967, R.I.P. Keith Emerson, 1944-2016
Robert Pollard – Long Live Instant Pandemonium (Of Course You Are) brand new
Beverly – Victoria (The Blue Swell) brand new
John Doe (with Debbie Harry) – Go Baby Go (The Westerner) brand new
Miranda Lee Richards – First Light of Winter (Echoes of the Dreamtime) brand new
Nina Simone – Feeling Good (I Put a Spell on You) 1965
DJ Jack Rabid
DJ Jeff Kelson
The Go-Betweens – Lee Remick (single) 1978
Pale Fountains – Jean’s Not Happening (single, From Across the Kitchen Table) 1984
My Bloody Valentine – Sunny Sundae Smile (single, EP) 1987
Stone Roses – Sally Cinamon (single) 1987
McCarthy – We Are All Bourgeois Now (b-side of “Should the Bible Be Banned”) 1988
Umlaut – Winter Coat (single) 2005
DJ Jeff Kelson
DJ Jack Rabid
Link Wray & His Wraymen – Jack the Ripper (single) 1962
The Nils – For the Love of Hank (Shadows and Ghosts) 2015
Bevis Frond – She’s in Love With Time (Miasma) 1986; upcoming vinyl reissue
XTC – Dear Madam Barnum (Nonesuch) 1992
Roger Lion – Redemption is Myth (Roger Lion) 2015
Chuck Berry – You Can’t Catch Me (single) 1956
DJ Jack Rabid
Stan Getz and Astrud Gilberto – It Might as Well Be Spring (live) (Getz/Gilberto, also Getz Au Go Go) 1964

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