electrical language (podcast)

Sunday, November 30, 2008

electrical language no 150

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the 150th electrical language podcast!

No special celebration, just 7 great songs with (mainly) female vocals:






Oh No by KaiserCartel
Merci De Rien Du Tout by Marianne Dissard

Dead Sound by The Raveonettes
(and I'm confused - in both this podcast and no 148 I said The raveonettes are from New York - but it seems they may be Danish. Oops!)
Music Box by Anemo
Run Over Me by Leah McHenry
Raise and Don't Look Back by Verity
This week's soundbed music is White Hotel by Torchomatic. The title music is by Tragic Shell Suit Disaster.

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2 Comments:

Blogger The Grumbler said...
Well done on reaching 150 - you dont look a day over 75!

Nice show, as always!

 

November 30, 2008 8:42 PM  

Blogger Colin Gazeley - Ourobouros said...
Just catching up on the stuff I let slip while NaPodPoMo was on.

I actually heard Anemo on the Indiefeed podcast, I only started listening to Electrical Language after I started my own show.

 

December 18, 2008 4:20 PM  

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