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Tracklistings Weds 06 Feb 2002
Updated 07 Feb 2002

The Chemical Brothers - 'Galaxy Bounce' (Virgin)
Barrington Levy & Beenie Man - 'Murderation' (Xtra Large)
Persil - 'Traces Of Knot' (White Label)
Mos Eisley - 'Sodastream' (John Peel Session)
Walt Solek & His Orchestra - 'Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay' (Trikont)
Cornelius - 'Bird Watching At Inner Forest' (Matador)
Sonic & Silver - 'Rounds' (Reinforced)
The Misunderstood - 'I Can Take You To The Sun' (Fontana)
Surgeon - 'Shaper Of The Unknown' (Counterbalance)
Spraydog - 'Cal-Neva' (Stupidcat)
Mos Eisley - 'Cinnamon Lift' (John Peel Session)
The 3 Ginx With Hillbilly Accompaniment - 'At The End Of The Caribou Trail' (Rex)
Cornershop - 'Wogs Will Walk' (Wiiija)
Nina Nastasia - 'Underground' (Socialist Records)
Knifehandchop - 'Knifehandchop Is My Favourite D.M.X Master' (Tigerbeat6)
Len Lewis - 'Paradise People (Asad's Silverlining Mix)' (Poodle)
Mos Eisley - 'Hate To See You Cry' (John Peel Session)
Random Number - 'Simple Setbacks See Us Through' (Rock Action)
Melys - 'Disco Pig' (Transformed Dreams)
Regis - 'Penetration' (Downwards)
The Hollies - 'I'm Alive' (E.M.I)
Warrior King - 'Breath Of Fresh Air' (Young Blood)
The Hives - 'A Get Together To Tear Us Apart' (Burning Heart Records)
Soul Vendors & Gaylads - 'Sound Of Silence' (Studio 1)
Stylus - 'Mosaic Of Hummocks' (Mar/Ino)
Mos Eisley - 'The Get-Up Set' (John Peel Session)
The Appleseed Cast - 'Flowers Falling From Dying Hands' (Deep Elm)
Golden Boy With Miss Kittin - 'Rippin Kittin' (Ladomat)

Wednesday 6th - Mos Eisley

Mos Eisley are Robin Howe on Electric guitar and vocals, Jack Laidlaw on electric bass guitar and vocals, Jed Laidlaw on drums. They came together in Newcastle and have spent the last 2 years playing the local lo-fi/punk/DIY scene. Last year they released their debut single, the "Lazy Lob On" 7" on their own Muddy Funster label. This was followed by last July's "It's them…blast 'em" and last November's "One Size Fits Most", both on the Newcastle based Beautiful Pigeon label. Tha band are currently working on both a new single and their debut album.

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