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Project A, on-air May 3, 2003 (final broadcast)

Side A
Artist Song
Manitoba  Skunks 
Flare  (Don't Like) The Way We Live Now 
Sonna  The Right Age 
Daniel Lanois with Bono  Falling At Your Feet 
the Notwist  Trashing Days 
Pole  Karussell 
Twilight Circus Dub Sound System  Trinity 
Elefant  Now That I Miss Her 
Kronos Quartet  Tense 
Bettie Serveert  Have a Heart 
Prefuse 73  Female Demands 
Mr. Dibbs  Redout Brick Hemmorage 3.5 / Mental Herpes 
My Bloody Valentine  Blown a Wish 
Celso Fonseca  The Night We Called It a Day 
the Guess Who  These Eyes 
Silverstein  Giving Up 
the Faint  Take Me to the Hospital 
Dream Evil  Break the Chains 
Lifeguards  Shorter Virgins 
the Cows  Heave Ho 
Nation of Ulysses  Last Train to Cool 
Crass  Sheep Farming in the Falklands 
the Gossip  Lesson Learned 
Side B
the Band  Look Out Cleveland 
Lagwagon  E Dagger 
Husker Du  Books About UFO's 
the Fleshtones  Double Dipper 
the Clash  Rudie Can't Fail 
Atom and His Package  I'm Downright Amazed At What I Can Destroy With a Hammer 
Clinic  Walking With Thee 
Spoon  The Way We Get By 
the Stone Roses  I Am the Resurrection 
Omen  Ruby Eyes (of the Serpent) 
Brutal Juice  Galaxy 
Rivers Cuomo  Lover in the Snow 
Valparaiso  The City 
the Mercury Program  Slightly Drifting 
Luna  Black Postcards 
Imitation Electric Piano  Gin Lane 
the Robot Ate Me  Tied to the Car 
Grandaddy  Underneath the Weeping Willow 
the Mountain Goats  Game Shows Touch Our Loves 
the Hidden Cameras  Ban Marriage 
Liars  The Garden Was Crowded And Outside 
the Flaming Lips  Unconsciously Screaming 
Neutral Milk Hotel  Song Against Sex 


Hm. Last show of the semester, and I'm finally starting to get my act together. One of the best shows I've done. Evah.

Next year I'm teaming up with Rob from the Heights. One hour for me + one hour for him = a chance to cut the fat.

Also, I know how to spell "hemorrhage". Mr. Dibbs doesn't.