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Clicky shuffle

Welcome to our daily micro-column, the Clicky shuffle. Each morning, a Click Track contributor shares the first five songs that pop up on their portable mp3 device.

Wanna play along? Share five random songs of your own in the comments.

By Ally Schweitzer

I almost want to apologize for the strangeness of today's shuffle. Local duo Cigarbox Planetarium kicks off the weirdness with their trademark Joe Meek-ian Casio lounge tunes and Brazil's Os Mutantes keeps it whimsical. After that we take a trip to the dark side: brooding techno from Germany's mysterious Pom Pom (whose entire discography is untitled), the most depressing song on the Eurythmics "Sweet Dreams," and an early, angry cut from the first Siouxsie and the Banshees album. Eeeek!

Cigarbox Planetarium "Listing Attic"
Os Mutantes "Trem Fantasma"
Pom Pom "Untitled"
Eurythmics "Jennifer"
Siouxsie and the Banshees "Mirage"

By Ally Schweitzer  |  March 18, 2010; 7:45 AM ET
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