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Clicky shuffle: Random songs for Friday morning

By David Malitz

The Strokes are booked for a Tommy Hilfiger 25th Anniversary Party in New York on Sunday, part of Fashion Week. Well, this song still rules.

The Strokes, "Hard to Explain"
Magic Kids, "Sailin"
13th Floor Elevators, "I've Got Levitation"
Sparklehorse, "Sick of Goodbyes"
The Kinks, "Holiday in Waikiki"

By David Malitz  |  September 10, 2010; 9:28 AM ET
Categories:  Clicky shuffle  
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Devin the Dude "Would Ya?"
Weezer "Why Bother?"
Animal Collective "There's an Arrow" (live)
XTC "The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul"
Nick Drake "Pink Moon"

Posted by: agl132 | September 10, 2010 10:30 AM | Report abuse

Blockhead "Insomniac Olympics"
moe. "Cathedral"
El-P "Delorean"
Against Me! "Because of the Shame"
Conor Oberst "Moab"

Posted by: djklein11 | September 10, 2010 10:57 AM | Report abuse

I listened to "Is This It" right after VU's "Loaded" a few days ago. Great albums - I couldn't care less if the Strokes play for fashion week. I hope they make it down here sometime.

Posted by: MyPostID27 | September 10, 2010 12:00 PM | Report abuse

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