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> Tracklistings Thurs 24 Jan 2002
Updated 25 Jan 2002

Chris C - 'A Drop Of The Hard Stuff' (Pirate Wax)
Shadows Of Knight - 'Lightbulb Blues' (Dunwich)
Cowcube - 'George' (Peel Session)
Charley Patton - 'Green River Blues' (Revenant)
Ballboy - 'Dumper Truck Racing' (S L)
Chezidek - 'Harvest Time' (Xterminator)
Trinity - 'My Love Is True' (V)
Nazis From Mars - 'Tv Love Song' (Irritant)
Desaparecidos - 'Greater Omaha' (Wichita)
Cowcube - 'Ouch' (Peel Session)
Preston Epps - 'Bongo Rock' (Original Sound Records)
Herman Dune - 'Not Knowing' (Prohibited)
Chris C & The Doktor - 'Dead On A Rival' (Pirate)
The Purple Gang - 'Granny Takes A Trip' (Big T)
The Heads - 'Dissonant' (Sweet Nothing)
Alpha Omega - 'V C F' (Reinforced)
Miss Black America - 'Infinite Chinese Box' (Integrity)
Cowcube - 'Supermusicboy' (Peel Session)
Nina N - 'Dog's Life' (Socialist Records)
F L R - 'Easy Filter' (Reel Musiq)
Division Of Laura Lee - 'We've Been Planning This For Years' (Burning Heart)
Dynamo - 'Voraus 1' (Din)
The 'Tone - 'Queen Of The Shoplifters' (Rugger Bugger)
Cowcube - 'Truffle Shuffle' (Peel Session)
Sonic & Silver - 'Generation Dub' (Trouble On Vinyl)
Northern Lite - 'Treat Me Better' (City Rockers)


Cowcube is 22 year old Paul Stimpson. He started making music about ten years ago, with his computer and keyboard, but only became Cowcube about 3 years ago. As yet unsigned, he is hoping to have his forth demo, containing four new tracks finished in the next couple of months. Paul also has a compiled his 3 previous demos (all of which we've played) onto one 14 track CD available via his email for £10 (see address below). This will be his second full session for the show as well as the untitled Christmas song. He first official release will be his remix of Cornership's forthcoming single 'Lesson's learned from Rocky I to Rocky III' out on 4th March on Wiija records. Paul has played live a couple of times, but described the experience as like 'fighting with his computer', so has decided to wait until he has some better equipment before trying it again.

Email Paul for more info or for a copy of his CD at

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