The 31st Uncut Playlist Of 2009

As is pretty obvious, the arrival of the Kraftwerk remasters has been a significant distraction at Uncut this week - though as should be equally obvious, there are one or two other interesting new releases amidst this lot.

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As is pretty obvious, the arrival of the Kraftwerk remasters has been a significant distraction at Uncut this week – though as should be equally obvious, there are one or two other interesting new releases amidst this lot.



Hopefully we’ll see some of you down at the Borderline tonight for the Wooden Shjips show. Going to be a hot one…

1 Kraftwerk – Trans Europe Express (Mute)

2 Kraftwerk – Autobahn (Mute)

3 Califone – All My Friends Are Funeral Singers (Dead Oceans)

4 White Rainbow – New Clouds (Kranky)

5 Om – God Is Good (Drag City)

6 Gary Higgins – Seconds (Drag City)

7 Ethernet – 144 Pulsations Of Light (Kranky)

8 Gemma Ray – Lights Out Zoltar! (Bronzerat)

9 Spiral Stairs – The Real Feel (Domino)

10 Kraftwerk – Radioactivity (Mute)

11 Everything Everything – My Keys, Your Boyfriend (Young And Lost Club)

12 Richard Youngs – Under Stellar Stream (Jagjaguwar)

13 Various Artists – A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding In Your Mind Volume 2: Compiled And Mixed By The Amorphous Androgynous (Platipus)

14 Various Artists – Tumbélé! Biguine, Afro & Latin Sounds From The French Caribbean, 1963-74 (Soundway)

15 The Flaming Lips – Embryonic (Warner Brothers)

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