Tuesday, January 13, 2009

- Post Festive Season Chillout #14: 1996

Work has been a real bugger recently and I apologise for not finishing this lot off earlier. This is just a short one with the links, I'm afraid. Hopefully, normal service will be resumed shortly.

The 1996 Festive 50:

21st December: here, here, here and here.

22nd: here, here and here.

28th: here, here, here and here.

29th: here, here, here and here.

2 comments:

entrailicus said...

Sorry for the crap post, here's John's Festive Fifty for 1996

Kenickie - Come Out 2 Nite
Arab Strap - First Big Weekend
Delgados - Under Canvas Under Wraps
Kenickie - Punka
Underworld - Born Slippy
The Fall - Cheatham Hill
Orbital - The Box
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - Patio Song
Sweeney - Why?
Helen Love - Girl About Town
Stereolab - Cybele's Reverie
Billy Bragg - Brickbat
The Fall - The Chiselers
Bis - Kandy Pop
Baby Bird - Goodnight
The Fall - Hostile
Polly Harvey/John Parrish - That Was My Veil
Flaming Stars - 10 Feet Tall
Trembling Blue Stars - Abba on the Jukebox
Stereolab - Fluorescences
Tortoise - DJED
Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - 2 Kindsa Love
Polly Harvey/John Parrish - Taut
Quickspace - Friend
Dave Clarke - No One's Driving
AC Acoustics - Stunt Girl
Dick Dale - Nitrous
Belle and Sebastian - The State I'm In
Aphex Twin - Twin Girl/Boy
Force and Stars - Fireworks
White Town - Your Woman
Zion Train - Babylon's Burning
Calvin Party - Lies, Lies and Government
Broadcast - The Book Lovers
DJ Shadow - Stem
Wedding Present - 2, 3, Go
The Prodigy - Firestarter
Ash - Oh Yeah
Placebo - Teenage Angst
Broadcast - Living Room
Tiger - The Race
Manic Street Preachers - A Design For Life
Half Man, Half Biscuit - Paintball's Coming Home
Soul Bossa - Sore Loser
Urusei Yatsura - Kewpies Like Watermelon
Wedding Present - Go Man Go
Orbital - Out There Somewere
The Flaming Stars - The Face On The Bar Room Floor
Super Furry Animals - God Show Me Magic
Stereolab - Les Yper-Sound

Blue Koyote said...

The musical content makes it a great post. Cheers !

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