0:00 - 2:07 Intro
2:08 - 5:41 Stars - Take Me To The Riot (from their 2007 CD, In Our Bedroom After The War, http://www.arts-crafts.ca/stars/starsindex.html)
5:42 - 8:07 Randwiches - Don't Even Talk To Me (recorded in 2005, http://www.myspace.com/randwiches)
8:08 - 10:04 Kevin blabbing
10:05 - 14:27 Sebastien Grainger and the Mountains - I Hate My Friends (from his 2008 self-titled CD, http://www.sebastiengrainger.net/)
14:28 - 19:14 Kevin Drew (Broken Social Scene) - Fucked Up Kid (from his 2007 CD, Spirit If, http://www.myspace.com/kevindrewspiritif)
19:15 - 23:37 Scarlet Sins - Let Go (from their 2008 self-titled CD, http://www.scarletsinsonline.com/)
23:38 - 24:49 Kevin blabbing some more
24:50 - 29:27 Jill Barber - Oh My My (from her 2008 CD, Chances, http://www.jillbarber.com/)
29:28 - 32:36 Sunday Wilde - Save My Son (http://www.myspace.com/renojacksundaywilde)
32:27 - 34:32 The Straggler - C.M.Puter (from their 2003 CD, Torches, Etc., http://www.thestraggler.com/)
34:33 - 36:17 Kevin keeps blabbing
36:18 - 39:38 Valerie Gore - Shoes of Glass (from her 2008 CD, Avalanche To Wandering Bear, http://www.valerygore.com/)
39:39 - 42:35 The Rizdales - I Could Tell You Lies (from their 2007 CD, Radio Country, http://www.rizdales.com/)
42:36 - 43:55 Kevin says farewell
43:56 - 48:15 The Raoul Santodomingo Experience - Bring The Ruckus (http://www.myspace.com/theraoulsantodomingoexperience)
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