It's time for 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.
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By David Malitz
Group Doueh is some serious Western Sahara guitar madness. The Jad Fair/YLT song is from a collaboration where each song title was taken from a Weekly World News headline. Matt Suggs (Butterglory) and Miles Kurosky (Beulah) fronted two of the most underrated '90s indie bands.
Group Doueh, "Fagu"
Jad Fair & Yo La Tengo, "Dedicated Thespian Has Teeth Pulled to Play Newborn Baby in High School Play"
Matt Suggs, "Kisses"
T.Rex, "Aznageel the Mage"
Miles Kurosky, "Notes from the Polish Underground"
April 1, 2010; 8:00 AM ET
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