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High Fidelity (Original Soundtrack)

1. "You're Gonna Miss Me" - 13th Floor Elevators

2. "Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy" - The Kinks

3. "I'm Wrong About Everything" - John Wesley Harding

4. "Oh! Sweet Nuthin'" - The Velvet Underground

5. "Always See Your Face" - Love

6. "Most of the Time" - Bob Dylan

7. "Fallen for You" - Sheila Nicholls

8. "Dry the Rain" - The Beta Band

9. "Shipbuilding" - Elvis Costello & The Attractions

10. "Cold Blooded Old Times" - Smog

11. "Let's Get It On" - Barry Jive & The Uptown Five

12. "Lo Boob Oscillator" - Stereolab

13. "Inside Game" - Royal Trux

14. "Who Loves the Sun" - The Velvet Underground

15. "I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)" - Stevie Wonder

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I've borrowed these from the library in the past few months ~

Band of Horses~Cease to Begin

Black Keys~Magic Potion

Black Keys~Rubber Factory

Billy Bragg & Wilco~Mermaid Avenue

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah~Clap Your Hands

The Clash~London Calling

The Click Five~Greetings From Imrie House

Bob Dylan~Blood on the Tracks

Eels~Blinking Lights & Other Revelations

Eels~Hombre Lobo

The Hives~The Black and White Album

Norah Jones~Not Too Late

The Kills~Midnight Boom

Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist Soundtrack

The Sex Pistols~Never Mind the Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols

The Shins~Chute’s Too Narrow

The Strokes~Is This It

Television ~ Marquee Moon

Wilco~Wilco (The Album)

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Pleased To Meet Me - The Replacements

Octahedron - The Mars Volta

Loveless - My Bloody Valentine

Everything All The Time - Band of Horses

Made In The Dark - Hot Chip

The Spirit of Apollo - N.A.S.A.

They were lying around in the studio, so on my computer they went. Kind of funny to see a review from a 1991 ND student of Loveless (each cd has a music committee staff written mini review attached to them so DJ's know what they're getting into. Apparently this is something that's been done since the station began).

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It referred to them as "neo-psychedelic gods". That's about all I remember. But I figure you'd be in full agreement.

Probably :D I'm just curious because I'm wondering what the initial response was. Everyone now worships it, but I figure the first reactions may have been a bit more confused, a bit less universal

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