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Clicky shuffle: Random songs for Thursday morning

By Chris Richards

When Heath Ledger died in 2008, all I could think of was one of his lines from the 1999 teen comedy "Ten Things I Hate About You." Watching a band perform, (Save Ferris, maybe?) he laments to Julia Stiles's character, "They're no Bikini Kill or Raincoats."

The Raincoats, "Shouting Out Loud"
Balam Acab, "See Birds"
My Chemical Romance, "Welcome to the Black Parade"
Cassidy, "Drink N' My 2 Step"
DJ Quik, "I Don't Wanna Party Wit U"

By Chris Richards  | October 14, 2010; 8:45 AM ET
Categories:  Clicky shuffle  | Tags:  Clicky shuffle  
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The Flaming Lips "What is the Light?"
Santogold & Diplo "Mesopotamia"
Mobb Deep "Q.U. - Hectic"
Simon and Garfunkel "Bridge Over Troubled Water"
The Clash "London Calling"

Posted by: agl132 | October 14, 2010 10:21 AM | Report abuse

Blur - "Best Days"
Massive Attack - "Psyche"
The Clash - "Rudie Can't Fail"
Hammerhead - "Empty Angel"
Tool - "Disposition"

Posted by: mdarpino | October 14, 2010 2:54 PM | Report abuse

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