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"Playing the Hits" with Lunokhod 3 (archive)

Tuesday, July 17, 2012 | 10:42 to 12:42

Artist Song Album Label
The Fall Hexen Definitive / Strife Knot Perverted By Language Line
Musi-O-Tunya The Sun Dark Sunrise [[Disc 1]] Now Again
Biosphere Fujiko N-Plants Touch
Sharon Van Etten In Line Tramp Jagjaguwar
Sir Richard Bishop Cross My Palm With Silver Polytheistic Fragments Drag City
Wembley Death Incarnate Wembley self-released
Mrafi Contatti Desertificati Le Arti Malandrine
Jonquil Compound One Hundred Suns Dovecote
Woods Any Other Day Sun And Shade Woodsist
John Surman Flashpoint Flashpoint: NDR Jazz Workshop - April 1969 Cuneiform
The Hundred In The Hands Dressed In Dresden The Hundred In The Hands Warp
Shoes Like I Told You Yellow Pills: Prefill [Disc 1] Numero Group
Stereolab Delugeoise Not Music Drag City
Unnatural Helpers Tell Me That You Wanna Cracked Love & Other Drugs Hardly Art
Nicole Mitchell Journey on a Thread Awakening Delmark
Pontiak Left With Lights Echo Ono Thrill Jockey
Leon Haywood Mellow Moonlight Wasa Wasa: Fabulous R&B Shakers On The Dancefloor 1952-1968 Sub Rosa
Brother Sidney Harris He Got His Eyes On You This May Be My Last Time Singing: Raw African-American Gospel On 45rpm 1957-1982 [Disc 2] Tompkins Square