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The Uncut Playlist

John Mulvey

I'm taking a day off from obsessing over the Radiohead album, so instead here's a lengthy list of the records we've played in the Uncut office over the past couple of days. You'll note, though, that "In Rainbows" does crop up a mere three times.

Apologies if some of this stuff looks familiar from previous lists - we haven't actually had any proper post this week because of the strike. And as usual, not everything here is unequivocally recommended, but I'm sure you've worked that out by now.

1. Radiohead - In Rainbows (Waste Products Ltd)

2. Radiohead - In Rainbows (Waste Products Ltd)

3. A bootleg of Elton John demoing Nick Drake songs. Shocking.

4. Holy Fuck - LP

5. Various Artists - Box Of Dub 2 (Soul Jazz)

6. The United States Of America - The United States Of America (Sundazed)

7. Sunburned Hand Of The Man - Fire Escape (Smalltown Supersound)

8. Eric Clapton - Complete Clapton (Disc One only)(Polydor)

9. Various Artists - Nervous Tension: The EMI Post Punk Collection (Zonophone)

10. The Wu Tang Clan - The Heart Gently Weeps (Loud)

11. Radiohead - In Rainbows (Waste Products Ltd)

12. Damon & Naomi - Within These Walls (20/20/20)

13. Howlin' Rain - Magnificent Fiend (Birdman)

14. Vincent Vincent & The Villains - On My Own (EMI)

15. Sigur Ros - Hvarf/Heim (EMI)

16. Envy - Abyssal (Rock Action)

17. Those Dancing Days - Those Dancing Days (Wichita)

18. David Gilmour Girls - Vultures (Relish)

19. Dirty Projectors - Rise Above (Rough Trade)

20. Modern Folk Quartet - Highway 70 (Miles' iPod)


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