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Mild frenzy at Uncut today as we put the finishing touches to our end-of-year issue. As a consequence, I've not had a chance to do the full blog, but here's the music we've played in the office. Favourites?

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Mild frenzy at Uncut today as we put the finishing touches to our end-of-year issue. As a consequence, I’ve not had a chance to do the full blog, but here’s the music we’ve played in the office. Favourites?



“Bummed”, which has aged much better than the simultaneously reissued “Pills ‘N’ Thrills & Bellyaches”, and the compelling return to form of Aidan Moffat from Arab Strap. I’ll get round to doing a full write-up on this one in the next day or two, in theory.

1 Various Artists – Monopoly Of Brilliance (Southern)

2 Various Artists – Rarities From The Bob Hite Vaults (Sub Rosa)

3 Various Artists – Soma Compilation 2007 (Soma)

4 Soulja Boy – Tellem.com (ColliPark Music/Interscope)

5 Quinn Walker – Laughter’s An Asshole (Voodoo Eros)

6 Metronomy – LP Sampler (Because)

7 One More Grain – Isle Of Grain (White Heat)

8 Happy Mondays – Bummed (Collector’s Edition) (Rhino)

9 Aidan John Moffat – I Can Hear Your Heart (Chemikal Underground)

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