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06/09/2012

Duration:
57 minutes
First broadcast:
Thursday 06 September 2012

You don't need books, there's no detention and the record player in the common room actually works, join Steve Lamacq as he opens the doors to his Rock College, to give you an education on the best music, new and old. This week he's joined by Head of Songwriting Tom Robinson, John Niven on a musical passion and The XX talking about their new album.

Music Played

13 items
  • Image for Oasis

    Oasis Live Forever

    Live Forever (Various Artists), Virgin

  • Image for Cat Power

    Cat Power Ruin

    Matador

  • Image for Eddie & The Hot Rods

    Eddie & The Hot Rods Do Anything You Want To Do

    Beautiful Game (Various Artists), Universal

  • Image for The xx

    The xx Chained

    Young Turks

  • Image for Prince Fatty

    Prince Fatty Ali Baba (feat. Winston Francis & Alcapone)

    Mr Bongo

  • Image for Mumford & Sons

    Mumford & Sons I Will Wait

    Gentleman Of The Road / Universal Island

  • Image for David Bowie

    David Bowie The Bewlay Brothers

  • Image for Dobie Gray

    Dobie Gray Out On The Floor

    The Best Northern Soul All-Nighter (V, Virgin

  • Image for Bird

    Bird Shadows

    Jack to Phono

  • Image for Augustines

    Augustines Book of James

    EMI

  • Image for The Smiths

    The Smiths HAND IN GLOVE

    The Sound Of The Smiths, Rhino, 1

  • Image for Wild Nothing

    Wild Nothing Shadow

    Bella Union

  • Image for The Doors

    The Doors Light My Fire

    (CD Single), Elektra

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