tornadoZ

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Member Since: 9/13/2005
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Cassette | Mixed Genre
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Cassette | Mixed Genre
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Cassette | Mixed Genre
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Cassette | Mixed Genre
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Cassette | Mixed Genre
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35: Totally Tetrahedral

Side A
Artist Song Buy
James Last  Toreador's March (from "Carmen")  buy on itunes
The Clique  Superman  buy on itunes
Dengue Fever  Laugh Track  buy on itunes
Walt Disney Studio Orchestra  Love Is a Song  buy on itunes
The Manhattan Brothers  Why Do You Want Me Around (Ononkisakae)  buy on itunes
Hudson Brothers  So You Are a Star  buy on itunes
Prince w/ Sheena Easton  The Arms of Orion  buy on itunes
Richard Hayman & His Orchestra  Magic  buy on itunes
Stavros Xarchakos  Klapste Ourani Ki'asteria  buy on itunes
Gino Del Vescovo  'O Surdato 'Nnammurato  buy on itunes
The Wichita Train Whistle  Tapioca Tundra  buy on itunes
Grizzly Bear  Cheerleader  buy on itunes
Big Audio Dynamite  C'mon Every Beatbox  buy on itunes
The Style Council  Why I Went Missing  buy on itunes
Side B
ArtistSongBuy
Diana Ross  Come Together  buy on itunes
Rejoice!  Even Though  buy on itunes
Eels  Fresh Blood  buy on itunes
Symphonic Slam  How Do You Stand  buy on itunes
Eddie Rabbitt  Someone Could Lose a Heart Tonight  buy on itunes
Las Estrellas De Acapulco  Pacho Galan  buy on itunes
Sy Mann & Nick Tagg  Oye Negra  buy on itunes
Litsa Diamadi  Stasou  buy on itunes
Marian Montgomery  The Exciting Mister Fitch  buy on itunes
Bert Kaempfert & His Orchestra  Somebody Loves You  buy on itunes
Sam Kapu  He Ono La  buy on itunes
The Raveonettes  Black Satin  buy on itunes
Donny & Marie Osmond  Make the World Go Away  buy on itunes
The Cure  Hot Hot Hot!!!  buy on itunes

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35 is a very special number. trust me..........................................................................................
link for listening on blog: The Homoerratic Radio Show.
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SteveRaglin
Date: 6/20/2009
Homoerratic is darn funny . . . did you coin the term?

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