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MEMORY TAPES: 12TH MAR 2010

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Jon Teamlaverne Jon Teamlaverne | 16:49 UK time, Thursday, 11 March 2010

We've all made them, and now we celebrate them... Lauren wants to know about the compliation tapes and CDs your friends, lovers and exs have made for you, and the ones you've made for them.

 

Dig one out, take a photo of it, scribble the tracklisting in an email along with your contact details and email it to Lauren. A bit of a back story about the compilation would be nice too; when you got it, who you made it for, whether you discovered some amazing new music as a result...

 

Then, Lauren picks five songs and plays them all on a Friday, exciting eh?!

 

This week's Memory Tape comes from Sally Mcintosh who writes..."Hi Lauren, this is a mix tape I made in 1995 for a new boyfriend, I kept a copy as it took so long to make. I still love to listen to it. The art work is taken from a postcard from an art students degree show." Said art work looks like this:

 

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And the tracklisting is...

 

Side 1

 

Ultra Vivid Scene - Special One

Lemonheads - Different Drum

Circle of One - Anyway

Pavement - Loretta's Scars

My Bloody Valentine - Soon

Fugazi - Exit Condition

Holy Rollers - What you said

Therapy - Punishment Kiss

Superchunk - Skip Steps 1 & 3

Lush - Sweetness and Light

Archers of loaf - Icky Mettle

REM - Superman

 

Side 2

 

Cold Water Flat - Magnetic North Pole

Belly - Are You Experienced?

Smashing Pumpkins - Drown

Pixies - Gigantic

Teenage Fan Club - Sparky's Dream

Deus - Hotel Lounge

REM - World Leader Pretend

Radiohead - High and Dry

Mazzy Star - Fade into you

Bjork - Venus as a boy

Nirvana - Lithium

 

Listen to Friday's show to hear the five tracks Lauren plays from the compilation.

 

Inspired? Email Lauren your Memory Tape.

 

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