The 22nd Uncut Playlist Of 2008

You might remember that last week’s playlist contained a Mystery Record, sternly embargoed and so on by the record company, thoroughly underwhelming to listen to. A few of you had a decent stab at guessing the high-security identity of the artist(s), suggesting I was sat on new MP3s by The Verve, Bob Dylan produced by Rick Rubin, Paul McCartney, David Bowie, The Wu-Tang Clan, Blur, Oasis, Ride, Guns N’ Roses, Prince, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Kraftwerk or Rage Against The Machine.

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You might remember that last week’s playlist contained a Mystery Record, sternly embargoed and so on by the record company, thoroughly underwhelming to listen to. A few of you had a decent stab at guessing the high-security identity of the artist(s), suggesting I was sat on new MP3s by The Verve, Bob Dylan produced by Rick Rubin, Paul McCartney, David Bowie, The Wu-Tang Clan, Blur, Oasis, Ride, Guns N’ Roses, Prince, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Kraftwerk or Rage Against The Machine.



Bouquets and hosannas to Gary, though, who was the only person to correctly guess that the record was by Sigur Ros. Yep. Wow. No such excitement this week, I’m afraid, though a seven-CD Django Reinhardt box set is definitely consolation of a sort. Here’s the rundown. . .

1. The Necks – Aether (Fish Of Milk)

2. Roots Manuva – Buff Nuff (Big Dada)

3. Simian Mobile Disco – Sample And Hold (Attack Decay Sustain Release Remixed) (Wichita)

4 Eric Burdon & The Animals – Winds Of Change (Rev-Ola)

5 Jimi Hendrix – Band Of Gypsys (MCA)

6. My Morning Jacket – Acoustic Citsuoca Live! (ATO)

7. Harvey Milk – Life. . . The Best Game In Town(Hydra Head)

8. Morton Feldman/ Sabine Liebner – Triadic Memories (Oehms Classics)

9. Kitty, Daisy & Lewis – Kitty, Daisy & Lewis (Sunday Best)

10. Endless Boogie – Focus Level (No Quarter)

11. The Hold Steady – Ask Her For Adderall (Youtube)

12. Apes & Androids – Blood Moon (Self-Released)

13. The Hold Steady – Stay Positive (Rough Trade)

14. Various Artists – The Godfather’s R&B: James Brown’s Productions 1962-67 (BGP/Ace)

15. Matmos Featuring Terry Riley – Hashish Master (Matador)

16. Django Reinhardt – Rhythm & Swing (Snapper)

17. Television – The Blow-Up

18. Pivot – In The Blood (Warp)

19. Beck – Chemtrails (XL)

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