Today’s Uncut playlist

These seem to be quite popular, so here are the fairly eclectic records we've played in the Uncut office today. Unlike last week's rundown, I think we're broadly behind all of this lot. . .

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These seem to be quite popular, so here are the fairly eclectic records we’ve played in the Uncut office today. Unlike last week’s rundown, I think we’re broadly behind all of this lot. . .



1. Various Artists – The Very Best Of Ethiopiques
2. MV & EE With The Golden Road – Gettin’ Gone
3. John Fogarty – Revival
4. The Groop – The Groop
5. Yeasayer – 2080
6. Blossom Toes – If Only For A Moment
7. Sir Richard Bishop – Polytheistic Fragments
8. Captain Beefheart – Safe As Milk
9. Ravi Shankar – Flowers Of India
10. Mick Jagger – Too Many Cooks (Spoil The Soup)/ Memo From Turner
11. Les Savy Fav – Let’s Stay Friends

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