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The Big Takeover Show - Number 91 - October 17, 2016

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DJ Jack Rabid
The Fast Camels – Keep the Noise Down For Matilda (Tales of the Expected, single)
Chook Race – Hard to Clean (Around the House)
EZTV – Racing Country (High in Place) new
Hoops – Cool 2 (Hoops EP)
The Valentinos – It’s All Over Now (single) 1964
James Brown & the Famous Flames – I’ll Go Crazy (Live at the Apollo) recorded 1962, released 1963
DJ Jack Rabid
Teenage Fanclub – Start Again (Songs >From Northern Britain) 1997
Sloan – Everything You’ve Done Wrong (One Chord to Another) 1996
Look Park – Get on Home (Look Park)
Utopia – Always Late (Deface the Music) 1980
Bee Gees – How Many Birds (Spics and Specs, Brilliant From Birth) 1966
George Alexander (Grapefruit?) – Dear Delilah (Let’s Go Down and Blow Our Minds box set) 1968
DJ Jack Rabid
Few Bits – Do Your Best (Big Sparks)
Weyes Blood – Used to Be (Front Row Seat to Earth)
The Lovely Intangibles – Do You Remember (Air & Numbers)
Heidi Gluck – Mercury Rising (Pony Show)
Tanya Donelly – Between the Bars (Say Yes! A Tribute to Elliott Smith) new
The Rev-Lons – After Last Night (b-side, It’s Gonna Happen Some Day) 1963
DJ Jack Rabid
Newtown Neurotics – No Respect (Beggars Can Be Choosers) 1983 (for Donald Trump)
The Damned – Fish (Damned Damned Damned) 1977
999 – My Street Stinks (b-side “Emergency”) 1977
The Bags – Survive (single, also on All Bagged Up, The Collected Works 1977-1980) 1978
Bad Religion – Bored and Extremely Dangerous (The Process of Belief) 2002
Robyn Gibson (Ruth’s Refigerator?) – Outdoor Miner (A Lizard is a Submarine on Grass?) 1991?
The Who – La-La-La-La-Lies (The Who Sing My Generation) 1965 DJ Jack Rabid
Howlin’ Wolf – No Place to Go (His Greatest Sides) 1954; new collection on vinyl

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