no love for ned 
setlist for 07.11.2005 
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artist song title album title record label
refree el sotano la matrona acuarela
billy sugarfix no love for ned theme    
the trouble with sweeney (a girl called) young song fishtown briefcase ep burnt toast vinyl
sufjan stevens the lord god-bird npr website mp3 (unreleased)
small factory everyone's happy for the first time in weeks for if you cannot fly vernon yard
mika bomb featuring holly golightly won't go out hellcats damaged goods
woody guthrie talking hard work folkways- the original vision smithsonian folkways
make believe a band room of one's own shock of being flameshovel
silver jews the poor, the fair and the good tanglewood numbers drag city
trailer bride fujiyama mama hard-headed woman - a celebration of wanda jackson bloodshot
picastro teeth and no eyes metal cares polyvinyl
loren mazzacane connors and christina carter mirrors, part one meditations on the ascension of blind joe death, volume one ecstatic yod
bonnevill camoe pelican instinct
chris smith alcohol fat cat split series seventeen (split 12" with the ivy tree) fat cat
frits weiland studies in lagen impulsen early electric music 1959-1969 compilation sub rosa
mount eerie what i actually am no flashlight pw elverum and sun ltd.
micah p. hinson wasted away the baby and the satellite sketchbook
st. thomas be cool be nice hey harmony racing junior
herman dune the enemy's gone but you can't go home for shelter jackson heights ep track and field
akron/family suchness s/t young god
my dad is dead boundaries the taller you are, the shorter you get homestead
the membranes tatty seaside town the best of the membranes anagram
wilderness marginal over s/t jagjaguwar
make a rising song for dead nickie rip through the hawk black night high two
black rebel motorcycle club weight of the world howl rca
dungen stadsvandringar s/t subliminal sounds
os brazoes modula lunar s/t thorns backtrack
jens lekman pocketful of money oh you're so silent jens service