Playlist for Fri 21/12/07 – The Forgotten Songs

22 12 2007

This week’s show (Every Friday at Midnight on www.phantom.ie  and on Phantom 105.2 if you’re in Dublin) was dedicated to playing all the songs that I missed during the year or didn’t play as much as I should have. Here’s the playlist:

The Projects – Voice is Glue
Fiery Furnaces – Ex- Guru [SEE VIDEO BELOW]


Marnie Stern – Every Single Line Means Something
Fight Like Apes – Snore Bore Whore
Maximo Park – Our Velocity
Spitting off Tall Buildings – What They Say
Julian Cope – Can’t get you out of my Country
Nancy Elizabeth – Coriander
Miracle Fortress – Maybe Lately
Voice of The Seven Woods – Silver Morning Branches
Tex Williams & His Western Caravan – Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette) [SEE VIDEO BELOW]


The Sea & Cake – Too Strong
Panda Bear – Bros
Patrick Wolf – The Stars
Teardrop Explodes – Brave Boys Keep Their Promises
Neil Young – Cowgirl in the Sand
Arthur & Yu – The Ghost of Old Bull Lee
Taken By Trees – Lost & Found
Dan Deacon – Crystal Cat
Blonde Redhead – 23 [SEE VIDEO BELOW]


Chemical Bros./Midlake – The Pills won’t help you now
LCD Soundsystem – All my friends
Adam Freeland – Silverlake Pills
Nina Hynes – I could be
Electrelane – To the East
Prinzhorn Dance School – Crackerjack Docker [SEE VIDEO BELOW]


Annuals – Brother

NEXT FRIDAY (DEC 28th AT Midnight – technically Sat 29th): The best songs of the year including the Top 11 tunes of 2007.

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2 responses

3 01 2008
Neeeeeena

thanks for playing me…:)

9 01 2008
graveyardshiftshane

the pleasure was all mine, nina. thanks for the tunes.

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