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It Returns with Shock World Service #046

August 2, 2012 by Synth Eastwood

The ever reliable Shock world service returns with their own sounds and their own words..”Back after many months in absentia with a fresh recording from Thomas Whitehead (Say Yes/Savage Beach, London) who presents us with an olympic treasure trove of kaleidoscopic folk, bouffant disco, nue wave, dislocated “80s, psychedelic gospel & Phil Collins.” Press play.

1. Aphrodite”s Child – Loud Loud Loud
2. Ultimate Spinach – Ballad of the Hip Death Goddess
3. Bruce These tests might include measures of specific interior design schools skills, such as reading or math, as well as more general developmental skills, such as speech and language. Haack – Incantation
4. The Residents – The Booker Tease
5. Kourosh Yaghmaei – Leila
6. The Congos / Sun Araw / M. Geddes Gengras – Sunshine
7. Electric Prunes – Kyrie Eleison
8. Lilacs and Champagne – Sensations
9. Phil Collins – I”m Not Moving
10. Flash and the Pan – Waiting for the Train
11. Nazareth – Waiting for the Man
12. Dreiklangsdimensionen – Rheingold
13. Ween – Tender Situation
14. Robert Palmer – Woke up Laughing
15. Tonstartssbandht – Hymn Eola
16. Eric Copeland – UFOs over Vampire City

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