LUMMY DAYS January 2010 (special) - SHOW NOTES

Lummy Days 15a - January 2010 (special)

Two podcasts this month - this is the profanity fuelled Torrettes version and another suitable for more delicate listeners. In this podcast Mutter talks about when he left the band, we witness Crun swearing on Capital Radio and play a track from the new Stackridge 4x4 DVD. Additional music from The Dresden Dolls, The Bloodhound Gang and the Cheeky Chappie himself Max Miller.

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00:00:00 Friendliness-Stackridge Track: Lummy Days
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Friendliness
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00:01:45 Stackridge-Stackridge Track: Dirty Nightingale
Artist: Stackridge
Album: Stackridge
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00:06:47 The Dresden Dolls-The Dresden Dolls Track: Miss You
Artist: The Dresden Dolls
Album: The Dresden Dolls
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00:13:36 -Stackridge Track: The Volunteer
Artist: Stackridge
On 16th February 1974, Stackridge, collided with Capital Radio DJ, Tommy Vance for a live radio broadcast from the Global Village in London.

00:19:35 Horray fo Boobies-The Bloodhound Gang Track: Three Point One Four
Artist: The Bloodhound Gang
Album: Horray fo Boobies
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00:24:08 -Max Miller Track: The Hiking Song
Artist: Max Miller
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00:28:47 4x4 : Stackridge DVD-Stackridge Track: Red Squirrel
Artist: Stackridge
Album: 4x4 : Stackridge DVD
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The fabulous four track DVD from Stackridge also available as digital download

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