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This is our playlist from our 3/03/98 show, our infamous "Two For The Price Of One" session:
Caustic WindowCaustic CompilationCaustic Jingle (intro)
Pink FloydThe First 3 SinglesApples and Oranges
Apples in StereoScience FaireTidal Wave
HeliumThe Dirt Of LuckSuperball
DianogahAs Seen From AboveSpiral Bound
Dinosaur Jr.You're Living All Over MeIn A Jar
SquarepusherBurningn'n TreeTrack 2
Neutral Milk HotelIn The Aeroplane Over The SeaThe King Of Carrot
Flowers pt. 1
SuperchunkWatery Hands EPWith Bells On
The Dirty ThreeHorse StoriesRed
Aphex TwinRichard D James#5
Modest MouseThe Lonesome Crowded WestHeart Cooks Brain
Neil Young
(old school)
After The Gold RushSouthern Man
Velvet UndergroundVelvet UndergoundWhat Goes On
Royal TruxCats + DogsTeeth
Tori AmosBoys for PeleCaught a Lite Sneeze
Sonic YouthDirtyChapel Hill
Elf PowerWhen The Red King ComesThe Secret Ocean
PortastaticThe Nature Of SapImpolite Cheers
Tobin SproutCarnival BoyIt's Like Soul Man
SpentUmbrella WarsGood Luck Line
Free KittenSentimental EducationPicabo who?
SeBADohSmash Your Head On The Punk RockBrand New Love
Guided By VoicesTonics And Twisted Chasers158 Years Of Beautiful Sex
Modest MouseInterstate 8Incinerator
Neutral Milk HotelIn The Aeroplane Over The SeaHolland, 1945
ButtergloryRat Tat TatYou Said A Mouthful
AFXAnalogue BubblebathAnalogue Bubblebath

This week's set was double-length ("industrial strength"), two for the price of one, etc. We started the long set off with a little 'apples' block -- first Pink Floyd's old favorite Apples And Oranges, then The Apples In Stereo. Note that the relationship is not coincidental; Robert Schneider (of the Apples) has commented that it was this Floyd song which gave him the idea for the name of the band. Later on we were kicking it old school with some Neil Young, which Tom 7 introduced as, "A song about slavery, or something." Somebody called in to tell us about a response to this song by Leonard Skynyrd called Sweet Home Alabama. Further old-school tunes included the Velvet Underground with the only song Tom can tolerate by them (What Goes On) and early Dinosaur Jr., in addition to the Pink Floyd. No Russians calling to tell Karthik that they love him, though.

Where is the Babies And Buckets: An Unsafe Combination PSA? It seems to have been cancelled.

Chuckles go out to Chumbawumba, the joke band of the week (and every week).

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