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I've got a few mixes coming up, so I'll just dump them all in here as I go.


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Allergic to Fun

This mix is made specifically for the upcoming summer sun. No pretense to mongering or pondering, just a bunch of high energy, hugely melodic fun tunes for BBQs, yard parties, weddings, and bar mitzvahs.

1. The Yum Yums Let's Rock and Roll
2. The Successful Failures Never Moving Out
3. Mondo Primo Dude, Your Girlfriend Sucks
4. Purrbox Shake It Up (Cars cover)
5. Everybody Else Rich Girls, Poor Girls
6. The Cinders Deutscher Girls
7. The Takeover UK Kill Me Dead
8. L'Aventura Black Venus
9. Twisted Wheel Lucy The Castle
10. Beat Angels Celebrate Summer (T.Rex cover)
11. Kevin K. & the Hollywood Stars Cool Ways
12. The Sun Kings Off With Their Heads
13. Heavy Stereo Cartoon Moon
14. Psychotic Youth Elevator Girl
15. 1990s Sparks
16. Silver Sun Can't Get You Out Of My Head
17. Exploding Hearts Shattered
18. Eytan Mirsky Allergic To Fun
19. The Right Ons The Right Song
20. Telekinesis! All Of A Sudden


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awesome. i was just listening to the yum yums this weekend

edit: also, that's the best psychotic youth song

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Nice. I'll put this and invoke the sun gods.

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So is this one of the awaited Monger Mixes or no?

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So is this one of the awaited Monger Mixes or no?


Nope. Monger mixes still to come. But you need this one anyway.


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A new mid-tempo mix - mostly mellow or low-key rockers. Perfect for Easter worship of any kind.

On The 3rd Day He Mongered Again

1. The Clovers Rotten Cocksucker's Ball
2. Collin Wade Monk I Need A Woman
3. Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns Let's Go Nutz
4. The Right Ons That's New York
5. The Dead Trees Shelter
6. The Smoke Bloody Orange
7. The Farmers Impressed
8. Pat Todd & the Rank Outsiders Where Is She Now?
9. Tommy Womack Alpha Male And The Canine Mystery Blood
10. The Motherhips White Headphones
11. Thunder Express Feed My Dreams
12. The Inmates Sweet Rain
13. Heavy Stereo Deja Voodoo
14. The Circus In Flames Down On The Fraser
15. Chris Mills Crooked Vein
16. The Malakas I Met A Girl At N.A.
17. The Damwell Betters Your C*** Is Killing Me
18. Scott Miller Heart In Harm's Way
19. Dirk Hamilton Walk On Lake George

and super secret bonus track for all dem new babgies:

20. Purple Wizard Puffy Rap


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Radcliffe wrote:
A new mid-tempo mix - mostly mellow or low-key rockers. Perfect for Easter worship of any kind.

On The 3rd Day He Mongered Again

1. The Clovers Rotten Cocksucker's Ball
2. Collin Wade Monk I Need A Woman
3. Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns Let's Go Nutz
4. The Right Ons That's New York
5. The Dead Trees Shelter
6. The Smoke Bloody Orange
7. The Farmers Impressed
8. Pat Todd & the Rank Outsiders Where Is She Now?
9. Tommy Womack Alpha Male And The Canine Mystery Blood
10. The Motherhips White Headphones
11. Thunder Express Feed My Dreams
12. The Inmates Sweet Rain
13. Heavy Stereo Deja Voodoo
14. The Circus In Flames Down On The Fraser
15. Chris Mills Crooked Vein
16. The Malakas I Met A Girl At N.A.
17. The Damwell Betters Your C*** Is Killing Me
18. Scott Miller Heart In Harm's Way
19. Dirk Hamilton Walk On Lake George

and super secret bonus track for all dem new babgies:

20. Purple Wizard Puffy Rap


Code:
http://www.box.net/shared/2bi3bh5kkv


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Great name...where'd you get that? :)

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I understand that you, of all people, know this crisis and, in your own way, are working to address it. You, the madras-pantsed julip-sipping Southern cracker and me, the oldman hippie California fruit cake are brothers in the struggle to save our country.

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Yeah, Im gon throw this on and wershup teh Dayvul.

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I got this from you yesterday and I've probably listened to it 5x. I love it. This is right in my wheel house of the kind of music I like, which are songs I can sit out in the sun and drink 45 high lifes to. Over the years, Rads has created many a fine mix with his Power Pop Primer being my favorite. Not sure if this will top that one but time will tell. Speaking of, I still owe that Power Pop Primer review. That's why I'm doing this review a little early to make sure I actually do the review this time.

On The 3rd Day He Mongered Again Review

1. The Clovers Rotten Cocksucker's Ball
This is a great intro because it sets the tone of the mix. Summer is here. Let's have some fun. A+
2. Collin Wade Monk I Need A Woman
In the great tradition of Grease, we all know summer is about short term romance. Monk is doing his best Jagger and lets us know the most important ingredient for summer love - a woman. People are showing up for the bbq, I'm showing them where the ice chests are and we're making small talk. B+
3. Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns Let's Go Nutz
I can hear the grand tradition of Eddie Cochran Rock'n'roll in this song. Also reminds me of Vonnegut's humans either cry or laugh in the face of frustration, and let's laugh. But really it's telling my guest exactly what kind of party this is. B
4. The Right Ons That's New York
I love the vocals, and I detect a little hidden western swing buried in the guitars. I only have two complaints. One, I have a feeling they wanted to unleash the brass but restrained themselves. Two, this is a bbq in the south, no new yorkers invited. B+
5. The Dead Trees Shelter
This is my favorite song on the mix. There's something 90ish about the songwriting like something Black Francis would have written. In fact, the vocals even remind of Frank Black. But the vibe is more laid back, which makes this a better song for this bbq than a Pixies. A+
6. The Smoke Bloody Orange
The guitars on this are great. It runs from a nice r&b groove to dirty blues to power pop greatness. Did we put the sausages on yet? B-
7. The Farmers Impressed
The vocals remind me of Robert Earl Keen with more natural ability. This song would fit nicely on A Bigger Piece of the Sky. I think this song might suffer from the company it keeps on this mix. It kind of fades to the background a little, and may have been better served on the back end of the mix. C+
8. Pat Todd & the Rank Outsiders Where Is She Now?
Yeah, I never thought this summer romance was going to last. I'm carrying on a conversation with someone but I'm hearing this in the back ground and the beer is making feel a little nostalgic for those loves of summer past. B-
9. Tommy Womack Alpha Male And The Canine Mystery Blood
Hello Jerry Jeff and Ray Wylie! This is pure Texas Country, and part of the Floores Country Store playlist. I have a theory on Rads that he has a country heart dying to get out, but his essentialist views on life have him trapped. But we're bbqing now. Speaking of bbq, did anyone check the sausages? A+
10. The Motherhips White Headphones
The vocals remind of Brit Daniels channeling Loaded-era Lou Reed, which of course is a good thing. My wife just caught me checking out another girl's ass. Thanks rads. A-
11. Thunder Express Feed My Dreams
This song doesn't do it for me and I really can't say why. It may because you had me on the verge of dancing with the previous song. The sausage needed the burnt flesh scraped off anyways. C-
12. The Inmates Sweet Rain
Not enough modern rock singers sound like Levon Helm in my opinion. This is Southern glory. B
13. Heavy Stereo Deja Voodoo
This song is kind of the opposite of the Thunder Express song. In this instance the sum is greater than the parts, and proof that most things come down to execution. Am I drunk or are these burgers the best I've ever had? B-
14. The Circus In Flames Down On The Fraser
I've been drinking and my legs are starting to move in a nice slow groove. My wife is embarrassed because I'm trying to dance with her. The vocals are similar to mountain goats with a little less inflection. B+
15. Chris Mills Crooked Vein
More proof of Radcliffe's country heart. Once upon a time, Pat Green promised country music to be the antidote to Nashville Radio only to decide to become Toby Keith. Hopefully, there is no Wave on Wave in this guy's future. B
16. The Malakas I Met A Girl At N.A.
Does Dave Grohl have another side project? I want to break into "I talked about it, carried on. Reasons only knew. I fell in too. I fell in too." C-
17. The Damwell Betters Your C*** Is Killing Me
I was listening to his album the other day. I didn't care for it much, but this song is stellar. Squirrel meet nut. It's getting dark, and the assholes that I really don't like anyway are leaving. Only the true friends remain, and the real drinking is beginning. B+
18. Scott Miller Heart In Harm's Way
Another example of that country heart. This is kind of like Steve Earle doing Buffet, which oddly works. There's a sneer, but it's manages to be laid back in islander type way. I'm knee deep into a drunken conversation about something philosophical with my friends. My wife is rolling her eyes. B
19. Dirk Hamilton Walk On Lake George
There's something familiar about this, and it's likable but it goes on maybe a little too long without really keeping my interest. C
20. Purple Wizard Puffy Rap
This song is awesome. My memory of the night is really sketchy at this point but I remember dancing with my friends like an idiot around the backyard and eating cold bbq with my hands. I woke up on the couch with my clothes on but my pants unzipped and missing a shoe. Doghouse here I come. A-

Really great mix and I give it an A-, which is the highest grade possible for a mix not made by me. Overall most of the songs did an excellent job of channeling rock'n'roll but keeping the grooves laid back.

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Radcliffe wrote:
Allergic to Fun

This mix is made specifically for the upcoming summer sun. No pretense to mongering or pondering, just a bunch of high energy, hugely melodic fun tunes for BBQs, yard parties, weddings, and bar mitzvahs.

1. The Yum Yums Let's Rock and Roll
2. The Successful Failures Never Moving Out
3. Mondo Primo Dude, Your Girlfriend Sucks
4. Purrbox Shake It Up (Cars cover)
5. Everybody Else Rich Girls, Poor Girls
6. The Cinders Deutscher Girls
7. The Takeover UK Kill Me Dead
8. L'Aventura Black Venus
9. Twisted Wheel Lucy The Castle
10. Beat Angels Celebrate Summer (T.Rex cover)
11. Kevin K. & the Hollywood Stars Cool Ways
12. The Sun Kings Off With Their Heads
13. Heavy Stereo Cartoon Moon
14. Psychotic Youth Elevator Girl
15. 1990s Sparks
16. Silver Sun Can't Get You Out Of My Head
17. Exploding Hearts Shattered
18. Eytan Mirsky Allergic To Fun
19. The Right Ons The Right Song
20. Telekinesis! All Of A Sudden


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This mix is a blast...The Adam Ant cover is fantaytstik.

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This mix is a blast...The Adam Ant cover is fantaytstik.


Man, I had no idea that "Deutscher Girls" was an Adam Ant song. That Cinders album is really good all the way through.


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7. The Farmers Impressed
The vocals remind me of Robert Earl Keen with more natural ability. This song would fit nicely on A Bigger Piece of the Sky. I think this song might suffer from the company it keeps on this mix. It kind of fades to the background a little, and may have been better served on the back end of the mix. C+


The Farmers were the short-lived reunion of the Beat Farmers minus the deceased Country Dick. The reunion ended with Buddy Blue's death not long after the album was released.
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8. Pat Todd & the Rank Outsiders Where Is She Now?
Yeah, I never thought this summer romance was going to last. I'm carrying on a conversation with someone but I'm hearing this in the back ground and the beer is making feel a little nostalgic for those loves of summer past. B-

I listen to this entire song just for that part where Pat yells "AND YOU KNOW I WANT MY SHARE". Just slays me.
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9. Tommy Womack Alpha Male And The Canine Mystery Blood
Hello Jerry Jeff and Ray Wylie! This is pure Texas Country, and part of the Floores Country Store playlist. I have a theory on Rads that he has a country heart dying to get out, but his essentialist views on life have him trapped. But we're bbqing now. Speaking of bbq, did anyone check the sausages? A+

My country heart only goes so far as a bit of twang. Once we get into the area of the two-step I'm outta there. Not sure about "essentialist views on life" though - you may have me mistaken for someone else.
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11. Thunder Express Feed My Dreams
This song doesn't do it for me and I really can't say why. It may because you had me on the verge of dancing with the previous song. The sausage needed the burnt flesh scraped off anyways. C-

I'd agree with you, except I had some discs in random play and this song kept making me run to the stereo to see what it was. Eventually I had to accept that I liked it.
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17. The Damwell Betters Your C*** Is Killing Me
I was listening to his album the other day. I didn't care for it much, but this song is stellar. Squirrel meet nut. It's getting dark, and the assholes that I really don't like anyway are leaving. Only the true friends remain, and the real drinking is beginning. B+

I'm up and down on this album. There's at least 4 other songs that are really good, but a few misses too. Right now it's an easy entry in a top 10 of what I've heard this year, though.
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19. Dirk Hamilton Walk On Lake George
There's something familiar about this, and it's likable but it goes on maybe a little too long without really keeping my interest. C

I had a couple days where this song just kind of spoke to me. Not sure why, really. And I'm not sure it belongs on this mix either.

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Really great mix and I give it an A-, which is the highest grade possible for a mix not made by me. Overall most of the songs did an excellent job of channeling rock'n'roll but keeping the grooves laid back.


Awesome review, Kingfish! Damn, remember the olden, golden days when everybody did such things? Maaan, what has happened to our species?

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Kingfish wrote:
I got this from you yesterday and I've probably listened to it 5x. I love it. This is right in my wheel house of the kind of music I like, which are songs I can sit out in the sun and drink 45 high lifes to. Over the years, Rads has created many a fine mix with his Power Pop Primer being my favorite. Not sure if this will top that one but time will tell. Speaking of, I still owe that Power Pop Primer review. That's why I'm doing this review a little early to make sure I actually do the review this time.

On The 3rd Day He Mongered Again Review

1. The Clovers Rotten Cocksucker's Ball
This is a great intro because it sets the tone of the mix. Summer is here. Let's have some fun. A+
2. Collin Wade Monk I Need A Woman
In the great tradition of Grease, we all know summer is about short term romance. Monk is doing his best Jagger and lets us know the most important ingredient for summer love - a woman. People are showing up for the bbq, I'm showing them where the ice chests are and we're making small talk. B+
3. Joe "King" Carrasco & the Crowns Let's Go Nutz
I can hear the grand tradition of Eddie Cochran Rock'n'roll in this song. Also reminds me of Vonnegut's humans either cry or laugh in the face of frustration, and let's laugh. But really it's telling my guest exactly what kind of party this is. B
4. The Right Ons That's New York
I love the vocals, and I detect a little hidden western swing buried in the guitars. I only have two complaints. One, I have a feeling they wanted to unleash the brass but restrained themselves. Two, this is a bbq in the south, no new yorkers invited. B+
5. The Dead Trees Shelter
This is my favorite song on the mix. There's something 90ish about the songwriting like something Black Francis would have written. In fact, the vocals even remind of Frank Black. But the vibe is more laid back, which makes this a better song for this bbq than a Pixies. A+
6. The Smoke Bloody Orange
The guitars on this are great. It runs from a nice r&b groove to dirty blues to power pop greatness. Did we put the sausages on yet? B-
7. The Farmers Impressed
The vocals remind me of Robert Earl Keen with more natural ability. This song would fit nicely on A Bigger Piece of the Sky. I think this song might suffer from the company it keeps on this mix. It kind of fades to the background a little, and may have been better served on the back end of the mix. C+
8. Pat Todd & the Rank Outsiders Where Is She Now?
Yeah, I never thought this summer romance was going to last. I'm carrying on a conversation with someone but I'm hearing this in the back ground and the beer is making feel a little nostalgic for those loves of summer past. B-
9. Tommy Womack Alpha Male And The Canine Mystery Blood
Hello Jerry Jeff and Ray Wylie! This is pure Texas Country, and part of the Floores Country Store playlist. I have a theory on Rads that he has a country heart dying to get out, but his essentialist views on life have him trapped. But we're bbqing now. Speaking of bbq, did anyone check the sausages? A+
10. The Motherhips White Headphones
The vocals remind of Brit Daniels channeling Loaded-era Lou Reed, which of course is a good thing. My wife just caught me checking out another girl's ass. Thanks rads. A-
11. Thunder Express Feed My Dreams
This song doesn't do it for me and I really can't say why. It may because you had me on the verge of dancing with the previous song. The sausage needed the burnt flesh scraped off anyways. C-
12. The Inmates Sweet Rain
Not enough modern rock singers sound like Levon Helm in my opinion. This is Southern glory. B
13. Heavy Stereo Deja Voodoo
This song is kind of the opposite of the Thunder Express song. In this instance the sum is greater than the parts, and proof that most things come down to execution. Am I drunk or are these burgers the best I've ever had? B-
14. The Circus In Flames Down On The Fraser
I've been drinking and my legs are starting to move in a nice slow groove. My wife is embarrassed because I'm trying to dance with her. The vocals are similar to mountain goats with a little less inflection. B+
15. Chris Mills Crooked Vein
More proof of Radcliffe's country heart. Once upon a time, Pat Green promised country music to be the antidote to Nashville Radio only to decide to become Toby Keith. Hopefully, there is no Wave on Wave in this guy's future. B
16. The Malakas I Met A Girl At N.A.
Does Dave Grohl have another side project? I want to break into "I talked about it, carried on. Reasons only knew. I fell in too. I fell in too." C-
17. The Damwell Betters Your C*** Is Killing Me
I was listening to his album the other day. I didn't care for it much, but this song is stellar. Squirrel meet nut. It's getting dark, and the assholes that I really don't like anyway are leaving. Only the true friends remain, and the real drinking is beginning. B+
18. Scott Miller Heart In Harm's Way
Another example of that country heart. This is kind of like Steve Earle doing Buffet, which oddly works. There's a sneer, but it's manages to be laid back in islander type way. I'm knee deep into a drunken conversation about something philosophical with my friends. My wife is rolling her eyes. B
19. Dirk Hamilton Walk On Lake George
There's something familiar about this, and it's likable but it goes on maybe a little too long without really keeping my interest. C
20. Purple Wizard Puffy Rap
This song is awesome. My memory of the night is really sketchy at this point but I remember dancing with my friends like an idiot around the backyard and eating cold bbq with my hands. I woke up on the couch with my clothes on but my pants unzipped and missing a shoe. Doghouse here I come. A-

Really great mix and I give it an A-, which is the highest grade possible for a mix not made by me. Overall most of the songs did an excellent job of channeling rock'n'roll but keeping the grooves laid back.


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Yeah, another entry in the Power Lounger series. Fringely mongerous, with a slightly time-warped 50s sock hop mentality (and one old 60s chestnut). Perfect for cold beer and lazing.

A SACK OF MONKEYS - Power Lounging Vol. 2

1. Roman Candle Why Modern Radio Is A-OK
2. Wilco Sunny Feeling
3. Noisettes Never Forget You
4. Vetiver More Than This
5. Tim Armstrong Take This City
6. John Fred Judy In Disguise
7. Genya Ravan Stubborn Kind Of Girl
8. Herman Brood & His Wild Romance Hit
9. The Hellcats Don't Fight It
10. Albert Hammond Jr. Miss Myrtle
11. The Yeah Yeah Yeahs Soft Shock
12. Baby Shakes Come On Babe
13. Brownsville Station Let Your Yeah Be Yeah
14. The Fondas Might As Well Go
15. Cracker Tune In, Turn On, Drop Out With Me
16. The Kilians Said & Done
17. The Damwell Betters Subway
18. The Weight Closer Than A Friend
19. Robbers On High Street You Don't Stand A Chance
20. The Iguanas If You Should Ever Fall On Hard Times
21. Four Hours Sleep w/ Paul Kelly If I Had My Way


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Should've Listened to the Junkman - Slowcore Vol. IV

1. Greg Brown Whatever It Was
2. Terry Boylan Subterranean Homesick Blues
3. Chris Cacavas The Crying Shame
4. Frankie Miller Baton Rouge
5. Bob Forrest Memphis
6. Goodman County Drugstore Wine
7. Ian Hunter Silver Needles
8. Pat Todd & the Rank Outsiders Your Heart, Your Soul, & Your Ass
9. The Circus In Flames The Cuckoo
10. Beads Queen Anne
11. Four Hours Sleep Original Lover
12. Tim Easton Stones Throw Away
13. The Cinders Snow
14. Mick Flannery Safety Rope
15. Genya Ravan Junkman
16. Chris Mills Signal/Noise


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Should've Listened to the Junkman - Slowcore Vol. IV

1. Greg Brown Whatever It Was
2. Terry Boylan Subterranean Homesick Blues
3. Chris Cacavas The Crying Shame
4. Frankie Miller Baton Rouge
5. Bob Forrest Memphis
6. Goodman County Drugstore Wine
7. Ian Hunter Silver Needles
8. Pat Todd & the Rank Outsiders Your Heart, Your Soul, & Your Ass
9. The Circus In Flames The Cuckoo
10. Beads Queen Anne
11. Four Hours Sleep Original Lover
12. Tim Easton Stones Throw Away
13. The Cinders Snow
14. Mick Flannery Safety Rope
15. Genya Ravan Junkman
16. Chris Mills Signal/Noise


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Fucking awesome picking 'Junkman'.

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Dag nab it, I'm always at work when I want to d/l stuff.

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And, possibly finally for this thread, a brand new, socially unacceptable monger mix.

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You Know How To Eat Ice Cream?

1. The Flamin' Groovies The First One Is Free
2. The Fondas What To Do
3. Herman Brood & His Wild Romance Rock 'n' Roll Junkie
4. Thunder Express Get Back In
5. Fred Wolff Combo Somebody Else Was Suckin' My Dick Last Night
6. The Helgas Don't Wanna Be
7. Sick Fits Every Day Is Sunday
8. The Backsliders Last Call
9. The Dictators Pussy and Money
10. Goodman County Anarchy In The Southern States
11. Johnny Thunders Little Bit of Whore
12. Slash City Daggers TV and Pills
13. Jim Carroll Band Wicked Gravity
14. Trash Mavericks Crown Of Thorns
15. The Paybacks Black Girl
16. The Cinders Jet Set Gypsy
17. Prima Donna Soul Stripper
18. The Smoke Cut The Brakes
19. Frankie Miller Guilty of the Crime
20. Jackie Wilson & Laverne Baker Think Twice
21. Peter Wolf You're Breakin' My Heart
22. Diamond Dogs Somebody Have Mercy
23. The Black and Whites You're The Only Girl
24. The Swingin' Neckbreakers Rip It, Rip It Up
25. Reverb Motherfuckers Love Juice (In All 3 Holes)



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Radcliffe wrote:
2. [b]Terry Boylan Subterranean Homesick Blues


Nice. I love his version.


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im going to burn out my eyes now for even reading that tracklisting

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FYI - Ice Cream is Official Monger Series Volume TWENTY FIVE (25)

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3 in the last week, eh? Well done, sir.

Also great on 'Little Bit of Whore'.

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