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LAist Playlist for Week Ending 3/31/07
LAist gets and listens to a Lot of music. You can see the bands we like in the concerts that we review, the Tonight in Rock listings that we compile, and in the cds that we review. But we realize that we listen to way more music than we review so we figured we make a list once a week letting you know what we're into.
week ending 3/31/07
Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
Sounds Eclectic - KCRW Covers Project
The Six Parts Seven - Casually Smashed to Pieces
Van Morrison - At The Movies
No More Kings
The Airborne Toxic Event
Public Enemy - New Whirl Order
Luscious Jackson - Greatest Hits
Albert Hammond Jr.
Ani DiFranco - Carnagie Hall 4/6/02
Japan Nite Sound Sampler
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
Bryan Ferry - Sings Bob Dylan
Bryan Ferry - "Positively 4th Street"
PE - "Bring the Beat Back"
No More Kings - "Sweep The Leg"
Mika - "Love Today"
Albert Hammond Jr. - "Back to the 101"
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