Monday Morning Music Shuffle – Lighting Issues Mix

Tons of songs on today’s shuffle so let’s get to it.  Check out the Amazon pages for the albums containing today’s songs above:

United Provinces of India by Cornershop
Screen Door by Uncle Tupelo
A Dirty Song by The End Men
This Town by Don Ryan
Flags for Everything by Let’s Active

Bastards of Young by The Replacements

Superball by Magic Kids

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Cornershop and the Double-O Groove Of Cornershop and the Double-O Groove Of
Track Listing: 1. United Provinces of India, 2. Topknot, 3. 911 Curry, The, 4. Natch, 5. Double Decker Eyelashes, 6. Biro Pen, The, 7. Supercomputed, 8. Once There Was a Wintertime, 9. Double Digit, 10. Don’t Shake It


Uncle Tupelo - Uncle Tupelo 89/93: An Anthology - MP3 Download Uncle Tupelo – Uncle Tupelo 89/93: An Anthology – MP3 Download
This Uncle Tupelo download is available in DRM-free, MP3 256kbps format. Uncle Tupelo MP3’s will play on iPod(r) and all MP3 players. Individual tracks and samples of the songs from this album are available by clicking on the product image on the left. Need help? Click here and search for “downloads” to learn more.


The Replacements: All Over But the Shouting: An Oral History The Replacements: All Over But the Shouting: An Oral History
Formed in a Minneapolis basement in 1979, the Replacements were a notorious rock ‘n’ roll circus, renowned for self-sabotage, cartoon shtick, stubborn contrarianism, stage-fright, Dionysian benders, heart-on-sleeve songwriting, and–ultimately–critical and popular acclaim. While rock then and now is lousy with superficial stars and glossy entertainment, the Replacements were as warts-and-all “real” as it got. In the first book to take on the jumble of facts, fictions, and contradictions behind the Replacements, veteran Minneapolis music journalist Jim Walsh distills hundreds of hours of interviews with band members, their friends, families, fellow musicians, and fans into an absorbing oral history worthy of the scruffy quartet that many have branded the most influential band to emerge from the ’80s. Former manager Peter Jesperson, Paul Stark and Dave Ayers of Twin/Tone Records, Bob Mould and Grant Hart of rivals Husker Du, the legendary Curtiss A, Soul Asylum’s Dan Murphy, Lori Barbero of Babes in Toyland, R.E.M.’s Peter Buck, power-pop hero Alex Chilton, Craig Finn of The Hold Steady, and replacement Replacements Slim Dunlap and Steve Foley: all have something to say about the scene that spawned the band. These and dozens of others offer insights into the Replacement’s workings–and the band’s continuing influence more than fifteen years after their breakup. Illustrated with both rarely seen and classic photos, this, finally, is the rollicking story behind the turbulent and celebrated band that came on fast and furious and finally flamed out, chronicled by one eyewitness who was always at the periphery of the storm, and often at its eye. ” T]his consistently engaging and poignant work . . . . is a] loving, appropriately ramshackle tribute to one of the most beloved rock-and-roll bands of the 1980s. . . . The band’s story is an archetype of the joys and pitfalls of underground success.”–“Publishers Weekly” “The Replacements were superheroes: They rescued a whole planet from ’80s music. Jim Walsh’s loving, engrossing oral history is the book they deserve.”–Nick Hornby, author of “High Fidelity”


20 Piece Superball Eyeballs 20 Piece Superball Eyeballs
All eyes will be on you when you arrive with a bag of twenty bloodshot eyeballs that really bounce! These bouncy superballs make great Halloween party favors or a little extra something special for


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