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Friday Deaconlight - 24 August 2007

9:00am PT/Noon ET/16:00 GMT
  1. Sympathy For The Devil - Rolling Stones: Beggar's Banquet
    Released 1968
  2. Me And My Baby - Ten Years After: Cricklewood Green
    Released 1970
  3. Crossroads - Cream: Wheels Of Fire
    Released 1968
  4. Reelin' And Rockin' [Live 1972 Lancaster Arts Festival] - Chuck Berry: Anthology
    Collection released 2000

  5. California - Mohanski: Hot Dog Chihuahua
    Released 2007
  6. California - 54 Seconds: Postcards From California
    Released 2007
  7. If You Knew [Live] - Neko Case: The Tigers Have Spoken [Live]
    Released 2004
  8. Hwy 5 - John Doe with Neko Case: Forever Hasn't Happened Yet
    Released 2005
  9. The World's A Mess, It's In My Kiss - X: Los Angeles
    Released 1980

  10. What I've Done - Linkin Park: Minutes To Midnight
    Released 2007
  11. Love Like Winter - A.F.I.: Decemberunderground
    Released 2006
  12. Epic - Faith No More: The Real Thing
    Released 1989
  13. My Way - Limp Bizkit: Chocolate Starfish And The Hot Dog Flavored Water
    Released 2000

    10:00am PT/1:00pm ET/17:00 GMT

  14. My Way - Sid Vicious: The GreatRock 'N' Roll Swindle
    Released 1979
    The GreatRock 'N' Roll Swindle on DVD  >>
    Released 1980
  15. EMI - Sex Pistols: Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols
    Released 1977
  16. Motörhead - Mötorhead: No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith
    Released 1981
  17. Seek & Destroy - Metallica: Kill 'Em All
    Released 1983

  18. So. Central Rain [from Dublin] - R.E.M./Various Artists: - REDefine 8/29
    Released 2007
    From the New Orleans Musician's Relief Fund Web Site (

    About South Central Rain from Dublin
    This exclusive track, available only at NOMRF, is unforgettable. South Central Rain was recorded by REM live in Dublin this summer. and is still appropriate for the aftermath of 8/29 for displaced New Orleans musicians.

    The band delivers an unforgettable rendition of the song they debuted on their first David Letterman show appearance, early in the band's career. In fact, they introduced it as "A song too new to be named." On this track, Michael Stipe chats with the audience after the song, so it's like you made it to Dublin for one of the world' best sets.

    Note from Deaconlight: You can download this track from for only 99 cents and help this cause!

  19. Buy DON DIXON: The Invisible Man at CD BabyInvisible and Free - Don Dixon: The Invisible Man
    Released 2000
  20. 1 1/2 Way Street - Mitch Easter: Dynamico
    Released 2007
  21. How's Your House - Ian Hunter: Shrunken Heads
    Released 2007

  22. Famous Last Words [Live] - My Chemical Romance: B-Side
    Released 2007
  23. False Pretense - The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus: Don't You Fake It
    Released 2006
  24. My Blue Heaven - Taking Back Sunday: Louder Now
    Released 2006
  25. On Top - The Killers: Hot Fuss
    Released 2004
  26. Oh Shit! - Buzzcocks: Singles Going Steady
    Released 1979

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