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Time Artist Track Album
Modest Mouse Willful Suspension of Disbelief Everywhere and his Nasty Parlor Tricks
Toubab Krewe Devil Woman Toubab
Icebreaker Melody for NATO Distant Early Warning
Buzzcocks Innocent Trade Test Transmissions
Prince and the Revolution I Would Die 4 U Purple Rain
Iceboxers Knowledge is a Knife Science Won't Save Us
The Decemberists Sons and Daughters The Crane Wife
The Baldwin Brothers (feat. Miho Hatori) Dream Girl Cooking With Lasers
Talking Heads (Nothing But) Flowers Naked
Donna and the Buffalo No Place Like the Right Time Postive Friction
Camera Obscura Razzle Dazzle Rose Let's Get Out of This Country
The Essex Green This Isn't Farmlife Cannible Sea
David Bowie Kooks Hunky Dory
Idha High over Hollywood Melody Inn
The Evens Cut From the Cloth Get Evens
David Byrne Body in a River Lead Us Not Into Temptation
Cat Stevens Where do the Children Play? Tea for the Tillerman
Ass Ponys Death Car $25 Little Bastard
The Jugbusters Polecat Blues Keep The Crows Out
Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band The Dust Blows Forward and the Dust Blows Back Trout Mask Replica
The Beatles Come Together Abbey Road
Flight of the Conchords Mutha'uckas Flight of the Conchords
Johnny Hallyday Noir C'est Noir Pop A' Paris: More Rock n' Roll
The Pipettes Pull Shapes We Are the Pipettes
Hooverphonic Mad About You Mad About You
Puffy Ami-Yumi Circuit No Musume An Illustrated History
Team Emu Ocean Black Team Emu
Pixies Debaser Doolittle
Danny Elfman Main Titles Hulk Motion Picture Soundtrack
Pixies Gouge Away Doolittle
The Jesus Lizard I Can Learn Blue
Santa Esmeralda Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood Kill Bill Vol. 1 Original Soundtrack
Modest Mouse Dramamine This is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About
Pizzicato Five 20th Century Girl The Fifth Release from MATADOR
The Baldwin Brothers When My Brother Had a Datsun Return of the Golden Rhodes
Led Zeppelin Nobody's Fault But Mine Presence
Sleepytime Gorilla Museum A Hymn to the Morning Star Of Natural History