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The Cut Music - Week 4

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Trev | 11:07 UK time, Sunday, 11 October 2009

Happy Sunday, Cutbots! 

Can't believe we're on Week 4 already - time flies when you're plotting to escape to Paris with your secret girlfriend (as the old saying goes).

Looking forward to tomorrow's online ep, but in the meantime here's the full list of this week's music:

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Gold Teeth - Everybody (courtesy of BBC Introducing)

Massive Attack - Angel

Make the Girl Dance - Baby Baby Baby

Ryan Adams - Sylvia Plath

The Clash - I Fought The Law

MIA - Paper Planes

Howie Beck - Books Beside Her Bed

Elliot Smith - Needle in the Hay

David Hasselhoff - Je t'aime means I love you

Death Cab for Cutie - I Will Follow You Into the Dark

Wolfman feat. Pete Doherty - For Lovers

Airborne Toxic Event - Sometime Around Midnight

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And if you're in a band you should go and read the last bit of The Cut Music - Week 3 now. It tells you how you could get your own music featured on The Cut (thanks to BBC Introducing).

Pow.

Trev

Comments

  • Comment number 1.

    ta for the music, more for me to bookmark, got over 3k bookmarks now ;l

    more hoff this week eh? :|

    not much urban music this week? mia.. ish.

    still great selections [bar hoff, though i spose it does add a certain 'something' and the tune is.. 'okay'...]

    looking forward to tomorrow's episode, what will olive and stephen do... gonna stay and sort it out i guess.. hmm

    still waiting for jay to tell toni he owns the cafe and mack to try and buy it off him... ;P

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