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Favoriting October 4, 2010: LATE ARRIVAL

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Artist Track Album Label Comments Approx. start time
Mudd Unknown  lovely flute track 4   Favoriting       0:00:00 (Pop-up)
Jamila  Muumina   Favoriting Songs From A Somali City      0:30:53 (Pop-up)
GrillGrill  Slowlickin (Wayne)   Favoriting   Disaro    0:33:42 (Pop-up)
Das Racist  Fasion Party   Favoriting Sit Down, Man    FREE! Google this ish  0:36:53 (Pop-up)
Don Conejo  Ay Gatita   Favoriting Cabeza 24    another FREE online release yep new #cumbia  0:41:53 (Pop-up)
Giorgio Moroder  First Hand Experience In Second Hand Love   Favoriting From Here To Eternity      0:44:33 (Pop-up)
The Knife  Forest Families   Favoriting Silent Shout      0:48:22 (Pop-up)
Das Racist  You Can Sell Anything   Favoriting Sit Down, Man      0:51:37 (Pop-up)
Chief Boima  Baobab Connect   Favoriting Techno Rumba  DUTTY ARTZ    0:55:50 (Pop-up)

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Listener comments!


this song reminds me of the TV programming on Saturday mornings on a religious cable channel I used to get, they would play kids cartoons about Islam, and music videos with Birthday shout outs to people in the Muslim community, wherever it was broadcasting from (Toronto maybe?), it was all very public access and cool
Derek B:

n'woodyah look who showed up? :)

Sounding great!

got on subway @ Prince St thinking it was local & i'd hop out at City Hall, turns out it was N, took me into Brooklyn.... baaaaaad
Derek B:

Greetings Rupture I just know that you're definitely going to lose your way with this evening's musical journey *smug grunt* that was a good one!
Derek B:

Crapballsian Crapbags -- NOT going to lose your way is what I meant to say etc. **is a gobshite*

Derek -- is a complicated nite for everybody!!! lolzzzomatic witches in the air
Derek B:

Heehee, you know it Raps!

airport vybz

(future technology) airport vybz

Vybz for Airports

this is the first time I've actually heard Silent Shout, I always thought it was indie rock
Derek B:

The vibe of the Knife song got me thinking about that Charanjit Singh album "10 Ragas to a Disco Beat". It's amazing this album came out in the early eighties and is probably one of the first "techno" albums, if not the first - http://tinyurl.com/32fxp6f

noooo Silent Shout is super synthetic
Derek B:

Can't you roll Dave Emory back into the cupboard and spin a few toons yo?

<3 the production quality of this 1. dances across even the most uncomfortable and sub-par of ipod buds
Derek B:

Rupture, you know the way home, right? :D
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