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  • 06/26/17--09:13: Secret Colours
  • This is a dandy, "Dream Dream" from Secret Colours.....swirling dreamy psychedelic shoegaze, really caught my ear the first time.  Really, really a good one.

    01. Another World (03:38)
    02. Dream Dream (03:39)
    03. Pins and Needles (02:59)
    04. Hold Me Up (02:30)
    05. Places I’m Going (03:34)
    06. Interlude (01:42)
    07. Feed the Machine (03:44)
    08. Changes in Nature (03:38)
    09. Boom Boom (03:13)
    10. Save Me (02:48)
    11. Habitual Ritual (02:50)
    12. Carry On (03:07)


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  • 06/26/17--09:26: The Gluts
  • Here is another really good one, from Italy,  "Estasi" from The Gluts....."THE" (IMO) modern sounds of rock: noisy, distorted, semi-psych........quite a good effort.

    ESTASI-01 Colline Bianchi/02 Controller/03 That's Me/04 Squirrel/05 I Realize That I'm Not So Dumb/06 Usiku Mweva/07 Come to Fire/08 Ponytail/09 Ash/10 Richard/11 Home


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  • 06/27/17--10:57: Major Leagues
  • Australlian girl/garage group stuff, really cool........reminiscent of perhaps Nikki & the Corvettes.......quite a good and innocent rock album.

    GOOD LOVE-01 Swimming Out/02 Mess up/03 Jaimee and Anna/04 Good Love/05 Curls/06 It Was Always You/07 Special Angel/08 Nono Jojo/09 Holiday/10 Don't Wanna/11 Dream Away/12 How Will the Heart Know


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  • 06/27/17--11:10: Reduction Plan
  • From Connecticut USA come the very dark, cold, shoegaze/post punk of Reduction Plan.......this is a good one I will listen to again today, kind of a rarity!

    SOMEWHERE-01 Without an End/02 In the Night/03 Dreams in Blue/04 Julia/05 (somewhere)/06 Autumn/07 On Your Own/08 Untitled 2/09 (calm)/10 Restless


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  • 06/27/17--11:20: Clustersun
  • From Catania Italy comes this fab piece of noisy shoegaze/post punk.........good album, attaching a review to this one.

    Three years in the making, Sicilian-based band Clustersun have upped the ante on their sophomore albumSurfacing to Breathe. Formed in 2013, the band includes Marco Chisari (vocals/bass), Mario Lo Faro (guitars), Piergiorgio Campione (synthesizers/keyboards/backing vocals), and Andrea Conti (drums). While they are known primarily as shoegazers, their sound has evolved to include elements of post punk, noise pop, and mind-bending psych.

    The sound here is more up front aggressive and hard charging, and it suits them well. In fact, I almost imagine I hear elements of Killing Joke (witness the pounding ‘Antagonize Me’) and other blistering post punkers. Opening track ‘Raw Nerve’ embodies this musical shift, yet incorporates huge, echoing sonics from their ‘gazey hearts. Darker textures abound, and it’s a welcome addition to the mix. Marco Chisari states, “We are so much happy and proud of how ‘Surfacing to Breathe’ came out, mainly because we’ve managed to capture how the band sounds live.” Indeed, there is a vibrant immediacy to the production quality, sounding like it was recorded inside of a huge space.

    The third track ‘Lonely Moon’ returns to their signature sound, with an infectious melody and some nice vocal work from Chisari. ‘The Whirling Dervish’ is intense and eerie, with some high-pitched sounds that really get your attention. It’s dramatic and you won’t forget its ominous pulse anytime soon. ‘Don’t Let the Weight of Your Soul Drag You Down’ is a minor key masterpiece, nicely draped with the cool embrace of dream pop. It ventures a bit into the psych gaze space, and nicely sums up the appeal of this band in one short instrumental break.

    ‘Surfacing to Breathe’ is a prime slice of space rock, reminding me in parts of Storm in Heaven Verve. Enjoy the ride as the song shoots you into orbit! And ooh, I really dig “Emotional Painkiller”, a shift to post punk with a creepy ambience that really shines here. Best song on the record for this listener, out of a bunch of great songs. I am vaguely reminded of Joy Division, maybe because of the driving bass and drums. The final tune ‘Event Horizon’ is another epic tune with many interesting melodic twists and turns and a percussion line that thrums like a heartbeat.

    In summary, this second release is well worth your time and effort to pick up and savor. Highly recommended!

    SURFACING TO BREATHE-01 Raw Nerve/02 Antagonize Me/03 Lonely Moon/04 The Whirling Dervish/05 Don't Let the Weight of Your Soul Drag You Down/06 Surfacing to Breathe/07 Emotional Painkiller/08 Event Horizon


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  • 06/27/17--11:34: ptsd
  • Here's a cool demo disc from New York's ptsd, entitled "If You See Something Say Something".......four tracks, some good three-piece post new-wave/power pop........recommend this, if simply as a curiosity.

    IF YOU SEE SOMETHING SAY SOMETHING- 1. Line of Fire 2. Short Circuit 3. TCB 4. Exposed


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  • 06/28/17--17:58: Mothership
  • Fabio sends us this hard rocking slab from Dallas' Mothership, "High Strangeness". This is the trio's third album, I think that we've featured the early ones as well......some hard rocking shit, no question

    Mothership - High Strangeness (2017)

    01 High Strangeness
    02 Ride The Sun
    03 Midnight Express
    04 Crown Of Lies
    05 Helter Skelter
    06 Eternal Trip
    07 Wise Man
    08 Speed Dealer

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  • 06/28/17--17:59: The Popguns
  • Really did like this album of jangly alt-pop from The Popguns, "Sugar Kisses". From Brighton, they feature some strong radio-ready pop songs with Tom Petty-like guitar and some wonderful chick vocalization......quite a find.

    SUGAR KISSES-01 Sugar Kisses/02 We Don't Go Round There Anymore/03 So Long/04 A Beaten Up Guitar/05 Out on the Highline/06 A Dream of Her Own/07 The Outsider/08 Gene Machine/09 Fire Away/10 Finished With the Past


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  • 06/28/17--18:07: Electric Mountain
  • Sludgy power trio heavy rock from Mexico......another "name your price" Bandcamp link.....I always
    appreciate those, so take advantage and if you like it, be certain and support the bands.

    Electric Mountain - Tracks: 8 Time: 00:31:01
        01. Free Woman           -  04:32
        02. Space Rocket         -  03:46
        03. Dune                 -  03:58
        04. Going Under          -  05:54
        05. Into The Maelstrom   -  01:28
        06. Green Mountain Side  -  04:03
        07. Down On The Road     -  04:16
        08. Heavy Stone          -  03:04 

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  • 06/28/17--18:20: Cable Ties
  • Wonderful album from Melbourne's Cable Ties........some strong retro 70's punk noises here, with a great female singer (hints of Sleater-Kinney?), strong songs, excellent playin'.......a real surprise, album of the week!

    CABLE TIES-01 The Producer/02 Cut Me Down/03 Can't Hold My Hand/04 Fishbowl/05 Same For Me/06 Say What You Mean/07 Paradise/08 Wasted Time


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  • 06/30/17--10:52: Pristine
  • A good straight up hard rocking album, "Ninja", from Pristine.......a brief review:
    Starting in North Norwegian idyll Tromsö and ending up all over the world - This is how you could describe the development of PRISTINE in the last months. Once, the debut »Detoxing« and its precursor »No Regret«were only available in Norway. »Reboot«,PUBLISHED at the beginning of 2016, was then published internationally and received lots of positive critics. This release was responsible for a tour with BLUES PILLS, which included all areas from Göteburg until Lisbon, for several club and festival gigs as well as for another tour leg with THE BREW UK

    Vocalist and band leader Heidi Solheim can be named as one of the “hardest-workingWOMEN” in rock business. At the end of 2016 she returned to her home village, sat down in front of the piano, took a deep breath and pushed the “reset” button in her head. Then she started to write songs for »Ninja«. The songs were recorded in only one day (again: 1!) in January. This seems to be a novelty, when having modern productionTECHNIC today and the LED ZEPPELIN debut being already half a century old. Three days of over dubs followed and the result is a record full of energy and passion. Heidi describes the album with words like “free” and “unfearful” and these attributes also well describe the performance of Heidi and her band. ‘The Rebel Song‘, ‘Sophia‘ and the title track are very heavy rock songs with a lot of drive, ‘Jekyll & Hyde‘ is an overlong psychedelic song. ‘The Perfect Crime‘ is based on blues and gospel. The rhythm section of the band is incredibly creative and tight and guitarist Espen Elverum Jakobsen is used to rock n roll roots since he was a child back then. The sound of the organist perfectly sums up the instrument section. Heidi Solheims voice dominates them and keeps all together. She’s the captain who writes all lyrics and songs and shares them with musicians who can implement them the best – at the studio as well as on tour. 

    »Ninja« will mark a new chapter of PRISTINE, the fourth album will be kind of a new „debut“. Heidi will definitely keep her close affinity to nature, stamped from her home country. In a musical way, there’s no way back: The world is ready for PRISTINE

    01. You Are the One
    02. Sophia
    03. The Perfect Crime
    04. The Rebel Song
    05. The Parade
    06. Ghost Chase
    07. Ninja
    08. Jekyll & Hyde
    09. Forget
    10. Ocean
    11. California (Live From Troms”)
    12. No Regret (Live From Troms”)

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  • 06/30/17--10:59: Fall of an Empire
  • From South Carolina come Fall of an Empire with" Croweater2
    The Last Wishes of Kings".........as you might guess, this has some heavy stoner overtones, and you'd be 1000% right. This is a good one, thanks to Fabio for this.



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  • 06/30/17--11:03: High Preist
  • Haven't heard this yet but all reviews point to a doom-ier Alice in Chains.......Fabio submits and also points to the AIC comparison. I'll be checking later.



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    Next to last installment of this great torrent, letter "W" today.......again, this material is not duplicated on the
    FIRST "Garage Fuzz" torrent/series.......once again, thanks to James for creating these fab torrents, please share them and keep them alive.

    PART 20-01 WC FIELDS MEMORIAL ELECTRIC STRING BAND-Stepping Stone/02 WANDERERS-On the Road/03 WANTED-In the Midnight Hour/04 WANTED & CO.-Why/05 WARLOX-Learning to Live/06 WARNER BROTHERS-Dirty Ernie/07 WATERPROOF TINKERTOY-Satisfaction/08 WATERS-Day In and Out/09 WATERS-Mother Samuel (alt.)/10 WAVE-

    RIDERS-Ain't it a Shame/11 WERPS-Love's a Fire/12 WEST COAST BRANCH-Spoonful/13 WET PAINT-Give You Everything I've Got/14 WHAT-All Along the Watchtower/15 WHIGS-Please Love Me/16 WHITE LIGHTNING-William/17 WILD CHERRIES-You Know What You Want/18 WILD ONES-I Want to be Friendly/19 WILLIAM PENN FYVE-Blow My Mind/20 WIND-Don't Take Your Love Away/21 WIZARDS-I Need Your Love/22 WORDS OF LUV-I'd Have To Be Out of My Mind/23 WYLD-Alley Oop/24 WYLD-Fly By Nighter/25 WYLD-Lost One


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  • 07/07/17--19:41: New From Waxahatchee
  • I've featured this band many times on this site, just checked this new release......"Out in the Storm" is as good as their previous efforts, IMHO.......Katy Crutchfield is truly developing as an artist, check the single "Silver", really great.

    OUT IN THE STORM-01 Never Been Wrong/02 8 Ball/03 Sliver/04 Recite Remorse/05 Sparks Fly/06 Brass Beam/07 Hear You/08 A Little More/09 No Question/10 Fade


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  • 07/07/17--20:05: Male Gaze
  • Good hard edged rock n roll from Male Gaze.......here is a good review if you want to read it......

    On their third album in three years, Male Gaze returned to their original trio format and went back into the studio with Chris Woodhouse; the result is their best-sounding album of tough, murky, garagey punk yet. Miss Taken is very much of a piece with their first two records; not much has really changed. They stick to a stripped-down, fiery attack with thick and nasty guitars and Matt Jones' growling vocals high in the mix, while the bass and drums chase them down like a pack of hungry stray dogs. But some strangely subtle (for such an unsubtle-sounding band) improvements make this a better record. It feels like their confidence grows each time out, as the hooks get sharper, the guitars get more overpowering, and everything hits harder, like a hammer dropping from a great height. Tracks like "All Yours" and "African Ripoff" build a doomy, claustrophobic atmosphere, with the guitars forming what sounds like a wall of swarming bees. "Keep Yr Kools" and "If U Were My Girl" have a swaggering strut that's reminiscent of early Spoon, if they were darker and a bit more reductive. When Male Gaze lighten up here, it's the lightest they've ever been. The briskly jangling "Didn't" comes off like Ian Curtis' little brother fronting R.E.M. when they were still choked by kudzu, "Tell Me How It Is" could be a twin of one of the heartfelt ballads on Terry Malts' excellent Lost at the Party album, and the title track is immersed in tremolo and heartache, sort of like if Santo & Johnny Thunders were a thing. Nothing is too far from what they did before, and there are no really shocking departures anywhere. Instead, it's clear that Male Gaze have hit their stride on Miss Taken, and made the near-brilliant post-punk garage rock album their first two promised.

    MISS TAKEN-01 Keep Your Kools/02 Wha Do Wha Do/03 All Yours/04 Didn't/05 Tell Me How It Is/06 Pale Gaze/07 If U were My Girl/08 African Ripoff/09 Pyramids/10 Miss Taken


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  • 07/07/17--20:17: The Ratboys
  • Reminds me somewhat of some of the early 90's alt-rock female bands......really quite good with clever lyrics and vocals. Thumbs Up!

    GN-01 Molly/02 Elvis is in the Freezer/03 Westside/04 Control/05 Crying About the Planets/06 Dangerous Visions/07 Wandered/08 GM/09 The Record/10 Peter the Wild Boy


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  • 07/07/17--20:22: Agent Bla
  • From Fabio, he calls it "A good one....poppy but good"........carpet bomb test passed........here's a review:

    Gothenburg’s Agent Blå call their jangly, moody music “death-pop,” but the drama they bring to their debut album Agent Blå feels more like life-or-death pop. The intensity of each song here reflects the band’s youth — the members of Agent Blå were barely in their twenties when they recorded the album — even though Emilie Alatalo has a depth beyond her years when she sings “so young, so naive” on the doomy album opener “Derogatory Embrace.” Along with plenty of drama, Agent Blåalso has a remarkable sense of balance; as the band mix shadowy post-punk with seemingly inborn Swedish pop skills, they bring purpose to their jangle and temper their angular guitars with swelling melodies. It’s a mix of fire and ice that they deliver in different but equally compelling…
    84 MB  320 ** FLAC

    …ways, from “Lucid”‘s juxtaposition of dark rock and sweet choruses to “Frustrerad”‘s yearning melody and violently passionate lyrics. Throughout Agent Blå, the band build on the potential of singles like “(Don’t) Talk to Strangers,” which distills the thrilling mood swings of first love, and the joyously swirling “Rote Learning.” “Red White Rose”‘s swooning mix of beauty and danger is another standout, evoking PJ Harvey at her most searing. While songs such as “21:38” are slightly more monochrome than the best moments here, Agent Blå is an impressive debut that’s raw and sophisticated at the same time.

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    This also comes to us by way of Fabio, who seems to be utilizing the "Stoned Professor" som
    e oaf his submissions of late.......LOVE vinyl rips (esp. mono) and I'll post damn near any of em......

    FABIO: Guess who ripped this mono gem?

    Yes , the legendary petrified prof.!
    As always  overwhelming quality.
    Password:  profstoned
    I know... we have these albums carved in mind/brain/heart...
    But it's  like a new experience with these needledrops...
    Given the right amount of .. time, patience, decent listening.
    I need thousand from the Stoned prof.!

    1."The Emperor of Wyoming"2:14
    2."The Loner"3:55
    3."If I Could Have Her Tonight"2:15
    4."I've Been Waiting for You"2:30
    5."The Old Laughing Lady"5:58
    Side two
    6."String Quartet from Whiskey Boot Hill" (Jack Nitzsche)1:04
    7."Here We Are in the Years"3:27
    8."What Did You Do to My Life?"2:28
    9."I've Loved Her So Long"2:40
    10."The Last Trip to Tulsa"9:25

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  • 07/07/17--20:33: Electric Prunes
  • This is a 1967 mono rip from Fabio/Professor stoned of some cool 1967 Electric Prunes.....no track list as I haven't opened this (flac) file yet, we'll all find out together.

    Password : profstoned

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    Well, here's what's left of the Sons of Garage Fuzz torrent, x-y-z.......that will do it for BOTH fuzz torrents, thanks 100000000 x over to James for doing the work of creating them. Please share them and keep them alive for all times.

    Now: This blog will go on hiatus for a while.....I'am relocating, have to get internet hooked up, etc....plus working a lot of hours......I WILL be back, likely in 2-3 weeks, but maybe just on the weekends......pleasae watch for it, I'll miss doing it for a while, and that is why I WILL come back when I have the time.

    Love ye one another


    VOLUME 21-01 XL'S-Maryjane/02 YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN-To Be Or Not To Be/03 YESTERDAY'S CHILDREN-Tobacco Road/04 YOUNG AND WILD-For What I Am/05 YOUNG EXECUTIVES-Come On In Baby/06 YOUNG MONKEY MEN-I Believed You/07 ZAKARY THAKS-Face To Face/08 ZENDIX-Is There No Peace/09 ZERO END-Blow Your Mind

    Be Well.

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  • 09/15/17--14:04: Holy Shit! An update!

  • Hey, everybody. Brian here. Been awhile, huh?  Don't know how many remember me. I've been quiet blogging-wise the last 12 months or so. Just couldn't think up any interesting compilations, and frankly, given the pace of the posts here at GB, I didn't want cool links of mine just buried. 

    Along those lines, contributors - if you're still around - thanks for everything, but we won't be taking any till Scott comes back. There were too many, in my opinion, and it just drowned this blog. [Enough stoner metal. Seriously] It's why I haven't checked back here in months, and when I did, I find Scott hasn't posted all summer. To my understanding, he's without a computer right now, so I'll steward things here for a little while.

    A little over a year ago, I did some work cleaning up this blog, and I don't wanna see it die just yet. Also, different things have affected the blogosphere this year - Uploaded.net wiping a lot of its users, and the retiring of Willard. I don't know how many of you frequented the Wormholes blog, but it really was the ultimate place to go to find stuff! I found a home in his Reader's Links for many months, and was happy with the exposure. There were some cool things I found only there, and I wanna showcase some of them here when I have time. But it'll never be on his scale.

    You want content? You want cool stuff you can't find anywhere else? Then bear with us. We're gonna get something together....

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  • 09/17/17--13:13: New Cover Project!

  • This is my first new cover project in a long time. This group has had several tribute albums dedicated to them, but for me they've always been kinda lopsided. Using them as a resource, as well as finding tracks from bands' albums and EPs, I think I put together a pretty kickass set.

    I'm avoiding using the band name, but it should be obvious to you. There's punk bands in here, some metal acts, even some acoustic songs.


    Link - HERE


    1. Frank Turner - Nervous Breakdown
    2. Give Up The Ghost - Depression
    3. Famine Year - Wasted
    4. Burned Up Bled - No More
    5. Angry Aryans - White Minority 
    6. Cavalera Conspiracy - Six Pack
    7. To Be Human - Life Of Pain
    8. Converge - Annihilate This Week 
    9. Tom Araya - Revenge 
    10. Discordance Axis - Gimme Gimme Gimme
    11. The Blue Bloods - No Values
    12. Most Precious Blood - Rise Above
    13. American Heritage - Thirsty And Miserable 
    14. Rise Against - Fix Me
    15. Dillinger Escape Plan - Damaged Parts 1 & 2
    16. Strife - Police Story
    17. Loma Prieta - Spray Paint 
    18. Tulips - Slip It In
    19. Good Riddance - My War
    20. 3D House Of Beef - Rat's Eyes
    21. Kylesa - Black Coffee 
    22. Corey Taylor - Room 13
    23. Dirty Projectors - Room 13
    24. Unearthly Trance - In My Head

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  • 09/17/17--19:03: A Few Words On Things

  • Ok, I think a little explaining is in order..

    I'm not here to be the boss of anything. I'm not here to highjack Scott's blog. He trusts me with the Blogger pass, so that's good enough for me (and most of you). And also, I was mentioning Willard in passing, not comparing myself to him. And I DID used to have a blog of my own, before Google took it away from me.

    I'm here to keep a friend's hobby afloat, not open myself up to abuse. So, as much as I've liked hearing some of your encouragement -Simonthecat, yours has always been appreciated - comments will be disabled on my posts for the foreseeable future. If you like something I've posted, "+1" it.

    Got a good one coming. Should be up by morning. Anybody remember my Eighties covers project? I've expanded it and restructured it. Coming at you soon.

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  • 09/18/17--08:59: Eighties Covers Redux!

  • I took my Eighties covers project from last year, expanded it, shuffled the order, and replaced some weak tracks. I think it's pretty killer. If you downloaded it last year, definitely replace the old version with this one.

    I'd like to do a write up on all the songs, but since there's almost 150 of them, for reasons of space I won't. I'll let the tracklist speak for itself.
    There's indie bands, folk versions, some country, blues, punk, straightahead pop, a cappela tracks... It's a smorgasbord. 

    The sound quality is great throughout. Out of all the songs here, there's maybe 5 YouTube audio rips. I've also revamped the metal covers (Volume 7), and it's just awesome now! Dig in. (And the last song on volume 6 was a typo: it's a choral cover of Toto's "Africa)

    Volume 1
    1. Jon Bryant - So Emotional 
    2. Johnny Cash - Personal Jesus
    3. Mary Lou Lord - Jump
    4. Flying Pickets - Take My Breath Away 
    5. Juliana Hatfield - Every Breath You Take 
    6. J.W. Jones 1 Cuts Like A Knife 
    7. Sarah Lov - Hold Me Now 
    8. Foo Fighters - Kids In America 
    9. Endless Blue - What's Love Got To Do With It 
    10. The Eyeliners - The Promise 
    11. Nothing But Thieves - Holding Out For A Hero
    12. Crash Parallel - In Your Eyes 
    13. Straight No Chaser - Like A Prayer 
    14. Gold finger - 99 Balloons 
    15. Cassandra Wilson - Time After Time 
    16. Sunshiners - Don't You Want Me Baby?
    17. Right The Stars - Life In A Northern Town
    18. Cobra Starship - The Future's So Bright (I Gotta Wear Shades)
    19. The Butchies - Your Love
    20. KI Theory - Enjoy The Silence 

    Volume 2 - 
    1. Violent Femmes - Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?
    2. Sleeping at Last - Total Eclipse Of The Heart
    3. The Bird And The Bee - Maneater
    4. Tori Amos - I Ran
    5. The Postal Service - Against All Odds 
    6. The Brand New Heavies - Sledgehammer 
    7. The Cooltrane Quartet - Some Like It Hot
    8. Signe Tollefsen - Dirty Diana
    9. 2Cellos - Smooth Criminal
    10. The Starting Line - Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now
    11. Ukulele Clan Band - Money For Nothing
    12. the boy least likely to - Faith
    13. Lovage - Sex (I'm A)
    14. Tamia - Careless Whisper 
    15. Smoma - Hungry Like The Wolf 
    16. The Watson Twins - Sweetest Taboo 
    17. Celtas Cortos - Come On Eileen
    18. Soho - Whisper To A Scream
    19. William Shatner - She Blinded Me With Science

    Volume 3 - 
    1. The Ataris - The Boys Of Summer 
    2. Patti Smith - Everybody Wants To Rule The World
    3. Pomplamoose - Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
    4. The Choir - Higher Love 
    5. Shiny Toy Guns - Major Tom (Coming Home)
    6. Chiccone Youth - Addicted To Love 
    7. Lotte Kestner - Eyes Without A Face
    8. Shinedown - In The Air Tonight
    9. Yo La Tengo - Somebody's Baby
    10. Me First and the Gimme Gimmes - Crazy For You
    11. Powerman 5000 - Pop Muzik
    12. A Loss For Words - I Just Called To Say I Love You
    13. North - I Want To Know What Love Is
    14. Lelia Broussard - Dancing In The Dark 
    15. Derrival - Safety Dance
    16. Luna - Sweet Child O Mine
    17. Monique Kessous - Heaven Is a Place On Earth
    18. Mr. Irish Bastard - You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
    19. Cary Brothers - Never Tear Us Apart
    20. Fig Dish - Don't Come Around Here No More
    21. Richard Cheese - Relax

    Volume 4 -
    1. The Wind + The Wave - Don't You (Forget About Me)
    2. Amanda Lepore - I Know What Boys Like
    3. The Hoosiers - We Didn't Start The Fire
    4. Diana Krall - Don't Dream It's Over
    5. The Hot Rats - West End Girls
    6. Ben Folds - Video Killed The Radio Star
    7. Jose Feliciano - El Tango de Roxanne
    8. Julienne Taylor - If You Leave
    9. Jimmy LaFave - Missing You 
    10. Easy Star All-Stars - P.Y.T.
    11. David Campbell - True
    12. Weezer - You Might Think
    13. Rowland S. Howard - White Wedding
    14. Mumford and Sons - Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
    15. Good Riddance - I Melt With You 
    16. Sapli - With or Without You
    17. Deftones - Drive
    18. Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings -What Have You Done For Me Lately?, Pt. 2 
    19. Presuntos Implicados - Up Where We Belong 
    20. Fork - Hello
    21. Pussy Riot - Keep on Rockin In the Free World

    Volume 5 -
    1. Walk The Moon - Burning Down The House
    2. The Del Rubio Triplets - Neutron Dance
    3. Every Avenue - Take Me Home Tonight
    4. The Battle of Land and Sea - Harden My Heart
    5. Le Tigre - I'm So Excited
    6. Senor Coconut and His Orchestra - Beat It (Merengue
    7. Electric Six - Easy Lover
    8. The Wind + The Wave - Edge Of Seventeen 
    9. My Vitriol - Toy Soldiers 
    10. The Baseballs - She's Got the Look
    11. Beck's Record Club - Need You Tonight
    12. Ghoti Hook - Walking On Sunshine
    13. Noah Levi - The Way You Make Me Feel
    14. Throw the Fight - I Just Died In Your Arms
    15. Asleep At The Wheel - I Want A New Drug
    16. Cigarettes After Sex - Keep On Loving You
    17. Mehdi Bahmed - Straight Up 
    18. Neverstore - Don't Stand So Close To Me
    19. Vintage Cafe - Material Girl 
    20. Natalia Oreiro - What A Feeling 
    21. Los Rabanes - Electric Avenue 
    22. Yellowcard - For the Longest Time

    Volume 6
    1. Casiotone For The Painfully Alone - Born In The USA 
    2. Tina Turner - Legs
    3. The Exies - Once In a Lifetime
    4. Joss Stone & Rob Thomas - Stop Dragging My Heart Around
    5. Sylvering - Talking in Your Sleep
    6. Electric Six - Obsession
    7. Cookie Pops - Girls Just Want To Have Fun
    8. Vision - The Breakup Song
    9. Aron Wright & Jill Andrews - We Built This City 
    10. Petra Haden - Don't Stop Believin'
    11. The March Divide - Manic Monday
    12. No Not Never - Cold Hearted
    13. Avail - Pink Houses
    14. Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox - The Greatest Love of All
    15. The Lost Fingers` - Summer Of '69
    16. Daltons - Who Can It Be Now?
    17. Jorn - Run To You
    18. Jolan - Wishing Well
    19. Girl Crisis - Tell It To My Heart
    20. Me First and The Gimmie Gimmies - Uptown Girl
    21. Lucyfire - Sharp Dressed Man
    22. Angel City Chorale - Chorale

    Metal Eighties Covers
    1. Austrian Death Machine - T2 Theme
    2. Disturbed - Shout
    3. Linea 77 - Walk Like an Egyptian
    4. Leo Moracchioli - Never Gonna Give You Up
    5. Umbra et Imago - Rock Me Amadeus
    6. Downplay - Cruel Summer
    7. Children of Bodom - Jessie's Girl
    8. Northern Kings - We Dont Need Another Hero
    9. Warmen - Like a Virgin
    10. Vision Divine - Take On Me
    11. Tankard - Centerfold
    12. Slaves on Dope - Working For The Weekend
    13. Lich King - Hot For Teacher
    14. Devilment - Beds Are Burning
    15. Milking The Goatmachine - Beds Are Burning
    16. Ten Masked Men - Live To Tell
    17. In Flames - Land Of Confusion
    18. Marilyn Manson - Tainted Love
    19. Awaken Demons - Invincible 
    20. Dear Enemy - Voices Carry
    21. Necrocomiccon - Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)
    22. Arsis - Sunglasses At Night