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Gun-totin', Chronic-smokin' Hearse Initiator

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Attempt to listen to Air America radio: unsuccessful.

Instead, here is this morning's iPod random shuffle:

“Freezing Point”, Archers of Loaf (Archers of Loaf vs. the Greatest of All Time)
“When I Saw You”, Hasil Adkins (Live in Chicago)
“Hang Onto Yourself”, David Bowie (The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars)
“Sour Song”, the Residents (Our Finest Flowers)
“Son of Byford”, Run-D.M.C. (Raising Hell)
“Beat Box”, the Art of Noise (Into Battle with the Art of Noise)
“Morning Bell”, Wire (Manscape)
“Bouquet for a Siren”, Sebadoh (Bubble & Scrape)
“Rock Me to Sleep”, Sally Timms (Cowboy Sally’s Twilight Laments)
“Extra Savoir-Faire”, They Might Be Giants (John Henry)
“Pulpin’ Line”, the Mermen (A Glorious Lethal Euphoria)
“The Sky Lit Up”, P.J. Harvey (Is This Desire?)
“It’s Enough”, Sleater-Kinney (Dig Me Out)
“Blues in the Night”, Benny Goodman feat. Peggy Lee (Sing, Sing Sing!)
“Don’t Believe the Good News”, Archers of Loaf (The Speed of Cattle)
“Sailin’ On”, Bad Brains (Bad Brains)
“Over There”, the Connells (Boylan Heights)
“Peachfuzz”, KMD (Mr. Hood)
“I’m Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes”, the Carter Family (Sioux City Sue, Vol. 2)
“The Day the World Turned Day-Glo”, X-Ray Spex (Germfree Adolescents)
“Window Shoppin’”, Hank Williams (40 Greatest Hits)
“Join Together”, the Who (The Who: Thirty Years of Maximum R&B)
“Why Can’t You Be Nicer to Me?”, White Stripes (De Stijl)
“Hovering Sombrero”, They Might Be Giants (Mink Car)
“You’re Gonna Get Yours (Reanimated TX Getaway Version)”, Public Enemy (Greatest Misses)
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