SiriusXM Catch of the Day

HecticArt

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Classic College Radio was on a roll today.
I kept changing my mind for which track to post, so I opted to share several.
First up:
Ned's Atomic Dustbin
Grey Cell Green

Then
Treat Her Right
I Think She Likes Me
Rest in peace Sandman.


Eels
Fresh Blood

And finally
Primal Scream
Moving On Up
 

HecticArt

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I've been digging this one lately.
Cool tune. Kind of goes nowhere. Video is trippy.

Panda Bear,
Mr Noah
From XMU around 4:30 today.
 

HecticArt

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It just depends on the day. A lot of the time I don't bother changing the station from whatever it was on when I get out of the car. I just let the same station keep going when I dock my radio at my desk. Today has been a Real Jazz day all day. Monday was kind of stressful, so I went from Liquid Metal to Chill pretty early in the day.
 

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I'm running a little late this week. It's been rather hectic.
So I had Lithium on quite a bit, and Nine Inch Nails was hitting the spot.
Tuesday: March of the Pigs
Thursday: Terrible Lie
Friday: into the Void

And a bonus track from Thursday:
The Stone Roses
Love Spreads
 

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Today's catch:
The Rentals
Friends of P
From Lithium

The Rentals were a side project of Weezers bass player Matt Sharp.
Fun Fact: Maya Rudolph of SNL toured with the Rentals playing keyboards on a couple of tours.
 
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scotchandcigar

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Today's catch:
The Rentals
Friends of P
The Rentals were a side project of Weezers bass player Matt Sharp.
Fun Fact: Maya Rudolph of SNL toured with the Rentals playing keyboards on a couple of tours.
I saw them in '95 at Mama Kin in Boston (the music hall owned by Aerosmith). It was a tiny place, like the size of a living room; we were literally a few feet from the band. And the opener was Tracy Bonham, just when she was blowing up. Awesome concert.
 
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