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Jan. 26, 2010 – 2nd Show

February 2, 2010

MP3 of show (Left-click to stream or right-click and “save as”): http://blip.tv/file/get/WondertwinsPowerHour-TheKitchenSinkJan2620102ndShow387.mp3

This week we had a very fun Six Degrees, going from indie pop/rock through progressive metal and back to ’60s pop/rock. For the Classic Cuts album of the week, we selected The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle by Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band. In keeping with our theme of checking out a different genre for each week’s album selection, Springsteen represents the “Classic Rock” side of things.

Six Degrees of Separation:

1)   Wolf Parade – “Call It A Ritual”

2)   The New Pornographers – “The End Of Medicine”

3)   A.C. Newman – “Take On Me”

4)   Opeth – “Burden”

5)   Procol Harum – “Shine On Brightly”

6)   The Rascals – “Good Lovin’”

Free Play

7) RJD2 – “Ghostwriter”

8) Neil Diamond – “Crunchy Granola Suite”

9) Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros – “Desert Song”

10) The Velvet Underground – “Heroin (with Nico)” [Request]

11) Beastie Boys – “Girls” [Request]

12) Mountain Goats – “No Children”

Classic Cuts (#13-16): Bruce Springsteen’s The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle

13) “Kitty’s Back”

14) “Wild Billy’s Circus Story”

15) “Incident On 57th Street”

16) “Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)”

Free Play

17) Destroyer – “Destroyer’s The Temple”

18) She & Him – “Take It Back”

19) The Dirty Projectors – “Stillness Is The Move”

20) Gogol Bordello – “Start Wearing Purple” [Request]

21) Vampire Weekend – “Diplomat’s Son”

22) New Order – “Age Of Consent”

Closer:

23) Harry Nillson – “Bath”

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