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Monday, August 11, 2008 Shines the Spotlight on St. Louis

Posted By on Mon, Aug 11, 2008 at 4:16 PM

Well, here's something cool: The online radio station has decided to spotlight St. Louis as its city of the month for August. To that end, the station prepped an hour-long playlist full of music from bands such as Shame Club, Jon Hardy & the Public, the Pragmatic, the Ghost of the Forest, Bo & the Locomotive, Gentleman Auction House, Sex Robots, the Pubes and more. (Full playlist after the jump.) Feel free to email DJ Lottie and thank her for the well-researched props; if you want to listen, CLICK HERE.

00:00 Spotlight on St. Louis, Missouri 00:41 You Blame Me-The Pragmatic 04:08 Let You Go-The Ghost of the Forest 07:54 Cloud Shapes-Bo and the Locomotive 10:06 Apartments-Jumbling Towers 13:38 In the Bathroom-The Pubes 14:52 Spotlight on the City: St. Louis, Missouri! 15:34 The Book of Matches-Gentleman's Auction House 19:28 Circles-The Pragmatic 23:23 Body Politic or (The World as We Know it)-The Mirror Stage 28:23 Windbag-Shame Club 32:40 Another Nite-Sex Robots 34:38 St. Louis! 35:15 Please, Baby, Please-Jon Hardy and the Public 38:44 We are Men-The Ghost of the Forest 42:46 Classy Entertainment-The Jumbling Towers 46:06 Can You Hang-Bo and the Locomotive 50:31 St. Louis! 50:55 A Rabbit Runs-Thankful Tree 52:12 You and Me Madly-Gentleman's Auction House 56:06 My Love-Jon Hardy and the Public 61:12 Boy Dynamite-Sex Robots 63:23 Spotlight on the City: St. Louis, MO! 63:43 Tree Named Fukyew-The Pubes

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