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DJ Jack Rabid
Flyying Colours – Sun, Hail & Rain (Mindfullness)
The Warlocks – Only You (Songs From the Pale Eclipse)
New Model Army – Echo November (Winter) brand new
The Descendents – Beyond the Music (Hypercaffium Spazzinate) brand new
The Chambers Brothers – A New Time – A New Day (A New Time – A New Day) 1968
Roy Brown – Good Rockin’ Tonight (single) 1947
DJ Jack Rabid
The Scenics – I Killed Marx (In the Summer; Studio Recordings 1977-1978) 1977
Sloan – Autobiography (One Chord to Another) 1996
Chris Richards & the Subtractions – Coax Me (If It Feels Good Do It – A Sloan Tribute) Sloan cover
Prophet Hens – Only One (The Wonderful Shapes of Back Door Keys)
Billy Bragg & Joe Henry – Railroad Bill (Shine a Light: Field Recordings From the Great American Railroad)
Pee Wee King (vocal: Redd Stewart) – Slow Poke (single) 1951
DJ Jack Rabid
The Troggs – I Can’t Control Myself (single, From Nowhere) 1966
Buzzcocks (with Howard Devoto) – I Can’t Control Myself (Times Up) recorded 1976, released 2000
Tacocat – Night Swimming (Lost Time)
Bad Religion – God Song (acoustic) (New Maps of Hell Japanese deluxe edition) 2007
Bad Religion – God Song (Against the Grain) 1990
Roland Al(phonso) & the Soul Brothers – Phoenix City (single) 1966
DJ Jack Rabid
Roy Orbison – Coca-Cola Radio Spot 3: Things Go Better With Coca-Cola (Various Artists – Things Go Better With Coke – Commercials 1965-1969) 1965
Dot Dash – Fading Out (Searchlights) new
Drive By Truckers – Ramon Casiano (American Band) brand new
The Jackson Whites – Hard Luck Story (Hard Luck Stories)
Cake – Sad Songs and Waltzes (Fashion Nugget) 1996
Willie Nelson – Crazy (…And Then I Wrote) 1962
Neil Young – Crazy (A Letter Home) 2014
DJ Jack Rabid
Susanna – Before the Altar (Triangle)

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