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33RPM - 6th June 2017

Zack Yusof

06-Jun-17 22:00

33RPM - 6th June 2017

Zack Yusof gives you an interesting selection of music and his insights on the style, the singers and the stories behind the songs.

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0:07 - Blur - Lonesome Street

5:57 - Liam Gallagher - Wall Of Glass

9:37 - Arcade Fire - Everything Now

15:35 - The Walkmen - The Rat

21:01 - Broken Social Scene - Skyline

25:04 - Big Thief - Mary

31:59 - Radiohead - I Promise

35:52 - Chastity Belt - Used To Spend

41:10 - The War On Drugs - Holding On

46:43 - The Charlatans - Over Again

52:23 - Vampire Weekend - A Punk


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