In which numerous campus network problems turn this entire operation into a farce that doesn't even start until 5:30.
Playlist might be prettied up later. No guarantees.
(* = new)
- William Shatner - It Was a Very Good Year - Spaced Out: The Very Best of Leonard Nemoy and William Shatner
- Seatbelts (Yoko Kanno) - Tank! - Cowboy Bebop Soundtrack
- Smoosh - We Are Our Own Lies - The World's Not Bad, or Withershins, depending on who you ask and when. (*)
- LCD Soundsystem - One Touch - This is Happening (*)
- ceo - White Magic - White Magic (*)
- The Apples in Stereo - Dance Floor - Travellers in Space and Time (*)
- Stars - We Don't Want Your Body - The Five Ghosts (*)
- New Young Pony Club - The Optimist - The Optimist
- The Ex - The Pie - Turn
- Xiu Xiu - Chocolate Makes You Happy - Dear God, I Hate Myself
- Steve Burns - Maintain - Songs for Dust Mites
- Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players - Mountain Trip to Japan, 1959 - Vintage Slide Collections from Seattle, Volume 1
- Spoon - Written in Reverse - Transference (*)
- The Like - Wishing He Was Dead - Release Me (*)
- Tender Trap - Girls With Guns - Dansette Dansette (*)
- Pops McGonigle: Driving in the Slow Lane (encore presentation)
- Superdrag - Lighting the Way (live) - Changin' Tires on the Road to Ruin
- The New Pornographers - Valkyrie in the Roller Disco - Together(*)
- St. Vincent - Just the Same but Brand New - Actor
- Sean Lennon - Spectacle - Friendly Fire
- Eels - Little Bird - End Times
- Joanna Newsom - Baby Birch - Have One on Me (*)
- Mostly Other People Do the Killing - Round Bottom, Square Top - Forty Fort
- The Lost Fingers - Tainted Love - Lost in the 80's
- Television Personalities - Walk Towards the Light - A Memory is Better Than Nothing (*)
- They Might Be Giants - Birdhouse In Your Soul - Severe Tire Damage
What did we learn on today's programme?
- Somebody at 'Da U tripped over a very important ethernet cable today
- A company is working on a cellphone app that will convert spoken words into text mesages in order to avoid being distracted by typing on the keyboard. I've got a better idea: why don't you just, you know, call the person? Phones can do that now. Amazing, isn't it?