Howdy folks...here's a mixed tape podcast of some of our favourite songs from our first year! 1 year, 30 episodes...not bad. Thanks a lot for listening!
Look for Episode #31 soon...which will feature a lot of tracks we wanted to play, but just never got around to using. Some.Of.The.Rest.Of.The.Ruckus. will be online soon.
00:00 Intro (with many voices from the past 30 episodes)
00:40 Fuad and the Feztones - Beeramid (Episode 10, Feb 2009)
03:36 Meniscus Curve - Lend Me Your Light (Episode 5, Dec 2008)
06:10 Entire Cities - Dancing With My Brother (Episode 1, Aug 2008)
08:41 LAL - London Bridge (Episode 2, Sep 2009)
13:19 Carole Pope - Johnny Marr (Episode 8, Jan 2009)
15:24 J-CLX - Night Out (Episode 7, Jan 2009)
18:55 Emar - Sutra (Episode 3, Oct 2008)
21:16 Kelly Johnson - Inner Beauty (Episode 11, March 2009)
27:28 The Chris Murray Combo - The Real Ska (Episode 13, Mar 2009)
29:36 Volcanoless in Canada - Drown With the Rest of Them (Episode 15, Apr 2009)
33:07 Doug Richardson - Over Easy (Episode 4, Nov 2008)
37:30 Jason Wilson - Warrior (Episode 27, Jul 2009)
42:25 The Weirdies - Let's Get Hot (Episode 26, Jul 2009)
44:23 Thrush Hermit - From the Back of the Film (Episode 14, Apr 2009)
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