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opockets

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  1. S/T
    by Autoclave
    00:00/00:00
    Dr. Seuss Dr. Seuss
    This is a dream come true. The last of the Timony catalog on vinyl!!! Mary Timony is a genius and this is where it all began.
  2. The Big Freeze
    by Laura Stevenson
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    Value Inn Value Inn
  3. Unknown Species
    by Pretty Little Demons
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    Novelty This! Novelty This!
    Such good music. Novelty this plays on so many levels. I wish I had a robot friend too. PLD put out two killer albums before breaking up and you need to hear both of them.
  4. It's Real
    by Ex Hex
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    Cosmic Cave Cosmic Cave
    Ex Hex is back and your brain better be ready!
  5. Inhabitations of Time
    by Street Eaters (No/March)
    00:00/00:00
    Eye of Meshe Eye of Meshe
    Music to vape to.
  6. The Cambrian Explosion
    by Peter Stampfel
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    This Is My Country This Is My Country
  7. The Ordovician Era
    by Peter Stampfel
    00:00/00:00
    Feeding The Cats Feeding The Cats
  8. Magnetic Memory
    by Hprizm
    00:00/00:00
    Asia (Adrenaline) Asia (Adrenaline)
  9. Career Suicide
    by Chris Gethard
    00:00/00:00
    Career Suicide Intro Career Suicide Intro
  10. Black Wine
    by Black Wine
    00:00/00:00
    Couch Critics Couch Critics
  11. Order Of The New Age
    by Nuclear Santa Claust
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    Order Of The New Age Order Of The New Age
  12. Common Blah
    by Weakened Friends
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    Blue Again Blue Again
  13. Live At The Nick
    by Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires
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    Whitewash (Live) Whitewash (Live)
  14. 10,000 Hours
    by Fat Tony
    00:00/00:00
    Through The Storm [Prod. by GLDN_EYE (Tom Cruz), Hevln, Ceci G] Through The Storm [Prod. by GLDN_EYE (Tom Cruz), Hevln, Ceci G]
  15. God Makes Junk: 2001 - 2016
    by Roadside Graves
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    West Coast (from HearYa session) West Coast (from HearYa session)
  16. BAD MOVES
    by BAD MOVES
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    The Verge The Verge
  17. Catching a Body
    by Hprizm
    00:00/00:00
    Touba Touba
  18. Tell No One
    by BAD MOVES
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    Cool Generator Cool Generator
    Judd Apatow will never need to look for a theme song to any of his future projects. Its all right here! Catchy tunes!
  19. Acne/Ears
    by Roadside Graves
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    Gospel Radio Gospel Radio
  20. Sad Bad
    by Izzy True
    00:00/00:00
    Bobo Bobo
  21. Missing Time
    by Blizzard Babies
    00:00/00:00
    Double Goer Double Goer
  22. Ex-Vöid
    by Ex-Vöid
    00:00/00:00
    Boyfriend Boyfriend
  23. Dusk
    by dusk
    00:00/00:00
    Leaf Leaf
  24. End of My Bloodline (Remix) [feat. Sammus & Moor Mother]
    by Screaming Females
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    End of My Bloodline (Remix) [feat. Sammus & Moor Mother] End of My Bloodline (Remix) [feat. Sammus & Moor Mother]
  25. I Came Back To Bitch
    by L7
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    I Came Back To Bitch I Came Back To Bitch
  26. Floriography
    by Painted Zeros
    00:00/00:00
    Pretty Rig Pretty Rig
  27. Blueprint
    by Alice Bag
    00:00/00:00
    Turn It Up Turn It Up
  28. Works By Tuli Kupferberg (1923-2010)
    by Jeffrey Lewis
    00:00/00:00
    Carpe Diem Carpe Diem
    Carpe Diem is the best song about death ever written. except maybe row row row your boat.
  29. All At Once
    by Screaming Females
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    My Body My Body
    This album is a throwback to when bands made albums not singles. It starts strong and builds all the way through. Side 3 in particular just blows me away. Screamales have broken new ground here and it is amazing. Taken as a whole, this may be the best album ever made by anybody. Seriously.
  30. Spa 700
    by 700 Bliss
    00:00/00:00
    Cosmic Slop Cosmic Slop
  31. The A.V. Club Sessions
    by Screaming Females
    00:00/00:00
    Shake It Off (Taylor Swift) Shake It Off (Taylor Swift)
    AV club puts out a lot of fun covers and these two are no exception. Sure Marissa struggles a bit singing 'If it makes you happy', but who doesn't (Listen to the amazon exclusive song 'No More I Love You's' if you doubt her ability). And a Taylor Swift song is still a Taylor Swift song no matter how much Screamales awesomeness is poured on top of it. But both tracks are very enjoyable! Taylor Swift fans who came here on accident, be prepared to have your brains melted!
  32. Bat Fangs
    by Bat Fangs
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    Wolfbite Wolfbite
  33. I Came Back To Bitch
    by L7
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    I Came Back To Bitch I Came Back To Bitch
    What a fucking awesome song!
  34. Baby Teeth
    by Screaming Females
    00:00/00:00
    Dinosaurs Dinosaurs
    Definitely one of the best 'first albums' ever. Maybe not the best SF album to introduce your 'straight' friends to the band with (I would go with Ugly) but after 10 years and several more albums, this album still amazes me the most every time I listen to it.
  35. What If Someone Is Watching Their T.V.?
    by Screaming Females
    00:00/00:00
    Fun Fun
    its hard to say specifically what is so appealing about the screaming females except to say i know it when i feel it and i feel it. 3 exceptionally talented musicians making some of the best music on the planet.
  36. Power Move
    by Screaming Females
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    Adult Army Adult Army
    I hate the concept of genre. SF gets lumped into diy basement punk rock (which isn't untrue) and sometimes with Riot Grrrrll (which I never understood) but they are way beyond that and this album really pushes that point home. Power move represents the move to Don Giovanni records and puts a polish on the music without destroying it. dear god I'm sounding like a music critic help me.
  37. Castle Talk
    by Screaming Females
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    I Don't Mind It I Don't Mind It
    If you are new to SF I would start with either this album or Ugly. Besides that, another great SF album. Get them all!
  38. The Envoy
    by Street Eaters
    00:00/00:00
    To The Ice To The Ice
    the street eaters create a wave of sonic awesomeness that defies the two piece structure. you MUST see them live. I feel sorry for any band that has to play after these guys (Screaming Females this means you)