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Postby andrej » Sat Oct 03, 2009 5:21 am

Hi, chart lovers! :D
The idea of these charts was inspired by "Tom Robinson Introducing" program on BBC6. Most of the tracks here presents the new tracks and latest singles from upcoming artists.

TW Last week Artist/band name Track
1 NEW MARY EPWORTH & THE JUBILEE BAND Black Doe
2 NEW JUNIOR PANFAST Piam's Party
3 NEW THE BARBARELLATONES Nina Hagen
4 NEW THE DEAD WEATHER I Cut Like A Buffalo
5 NEW MAJESTIC MC Freedom
6 NEW THE DRUMS Let's Go Surfing
7 NEW IAN BROWN Stellify
8 NEW EDITORS Papillon
9 NEW THE SWIINES Hello
10 NEW AK-MOMO Women To Control
11 NEW ANIMAL KINGDOM Signs And Wonders
12 NEW THE MARTIAL ARTS Duality
13 NEW JOSH FIX This Town is Starting to Make Me Angry
14 NEW JUSTICE Wonder Woman
15 NEW THOMAS WHITE A Bitter Pill
16 NEW PARTY HORSE Chinese Takeaway
17 NEW WELFARE MOTHER Fits & Starts
18 NEW KILL IT KID Heaven Never Seemed So Close
19 NEW BUTTERFLY FAN THE INFERNO Brassneck
20 NEW THE BANSHEE Kicks Up
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Postby andrej » Sat Oct 03, 2009 6:48 am

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Postby Tiger » Wed Oct 07, 2009 8:58 am

andrej wrote:8 NEW EDITORS Papillon
Whoops the only one I know :P
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Postby andrej » Wed Oct 07, 2009 4:05 pm

Thanx for reply, Tiger! :D
As i've said this is quite an alternative chart. Most of these songs will be released later this months or even in November. Most of them are works from new bands, which are unknown to the public of large so far.
Maybe some of these artists will become the big names in the future. Maybe not...
Anyway i like that sort of music more than a mainstream which occupied the top positions in Official Top40 these days.
We have a lot of Personal Charts with mainstream music here. So don't we have just one of Alternative one? :D
BTW, i haven't heard 90% of these artists before the end of September. Live and learn as they say :D
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Postby swivelhippy » Fri Oct 09, 2009 4:40 pm

You might like to check out Butterfly Fan the inferno
www.myspace.com/butterflyfantheinferno
The track "brassneck" was played on Tom Robinson a few weeks ago. The band is playing the live session on the BBC WM Introducing this comming week.
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Postby andrej » Fri Oct 09, 2009 5:37 pm

swivelhippy wrote:You might like to check out Butterfly Fan the inferno
www.myspace.com/butterflyfantheinferno
The track "brassneck" was played on Tom Robinson a few weeks ago. The band is playing the live session on the BBC WM Introducing this comming week.
Yeah, quite a nice song. In fact, it's IN my Chart at No.19 :wink:
I'm going to publish this week's TOP30 tommorow morning. There were too much great tracks so i've decided to extend my chart.
Thanx for posting, swivelhippy! Welcome to the Forum and have a nice weekend! :D
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Postby JordinFan » Fri Oct 09, 2009 8:13 pm

Sorry, but I don't like your chart yet. What type of music you like?
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Postby andrej » Fri Oct 09, 2009 9:16 pm

JordinFan wrote:Sorry, but I don't like your chart yet. What type of music you like?
It's always a matter of taste. I like many sorts of music, but mostly i listen to rock.
BTW, I've listened to the UK Top50 today and i have to admit that such a music is just not my cup of tea.
Almost all the songs sound the same to me. No creativity, no specialities... That's just my own opinion.
There are hundreds of artist that i may call my favourites ones. Starting with "The Beatles" and ending with "Happy Mondays" and "Scissor Sisters". And "Led Zeppelin", "10CC", David Bowie, "Adam & The Ants", "Stone Roses" are certainly there too.
But perhaps my most adored band of all time is "XTC".
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Postby andrej » Sun Oct 11, 2009 5:14 am

ANDREJ'S TOP30 ALTERNATIVE CHART
WEEKENDING OCTOBER 11TH, 2009

TW Last week WOC Artist/band name Track Programme Date
1 1 2 MARY EPWORTH & THE JUBILEE BAND Black Doe [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 21]
2 NEW 1 EELS That Look You Give That Guy [Weekend Breakfast ,October 3]
3 4 2 THE DEAD WEATHER I Cut Like A Buffalo [Steve Lamacq, September 28]
4 2 2 JUNIOR PANFAST Piam's Party [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 28]
5 6 2 THE DRUMS Let's Go Surfing [Steve Lamacq ,September 28]
6 5 2 MAJESTIC MC Freedom [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 20]
7 16 2 PARTY HORSE Chinese Takeaway/ Lazer Beam [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 21]
8 3 2 THE BARBARELLATONES Nina Hagen [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 20]
9 18 2 KILL IT KID Heaven Never Seemed So Close [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 20]
10 8 2 EDITORS Papillon [Cerys on 6 ,October 1]
11 11 2 ANIMAL KINGDOM Signs And Wonders [Steve Lamacq ,September 28]
12 NEW 1 LUCKY ELEPHANT Reverend Tisley & His Magic Lantern [Gideon Coe ,October 8]
13 10 2 AK-MOMO Women To Control [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 26]
14 12 2 THE MARTIAL ARTS Duality [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 20]
15 13 2 JOSH FIX This Town is Starting to Make Me Angry [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 20]
16 9 2 THE SWIINES Hello [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 28]
17 NEW 1 GIRLS Laura [Huw Stephens ,October 1]
18 7 2 IAN BROWN Stellify [Steve Lamacq ,September 30]
19 14 2 JUSTICE Wonder Woman [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 28]
20 NEW 1 INVASION Cursed Treasure [Huw Stephens ,September 30]
21 20 2 THE BANSHEE Kicks Up [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 21]
22 19 2 BUTTERFLY FAN THE INFERNO Brassneck [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 21]
23 NEW 1 THE CHEEK Hung Up [Huw Stephens ,September 23]
24 15 2 THOMAS WHITE A Bitter Pill [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 21]
25 NEW 1 THE HORRORS Whole New Way [Steve Lamacq ,October 9]
26 NEW 1 FEVER RAY Seven [Gideon Coe ,October 1]
27 NEW 1 GLORYTELLERS Fours [Gideon Coe ,October 1]
28 NEW 1 PARSLEY SOUND Devotions [Huw Stephens ,October 1]
29 NEW 1 KAFKA Lastmanonearth [Huw Stephens ,September 23]
30 17 2 WELFARE MOTHER Fits & Starts [Tom Robinson Introducing ,September 26]
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Postby Tiger » Sun Oct 11, 2009 7:15 am

andrej wrote:10 8 2 EDITORS Papillon [Cerys on 6 ,October 1]
Yup. Good song.
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Postby andrej » Sun Oct 11, 2009 8:31 am

Tiger wrote:
andrej wrote:10 8 2 EDITORS Papillon [Cerys on 6 ,October 1]
Yup. Good song.
Yep. Agreed. Absolutely brilliant song. It's like the 80's are back, isn't it? :D

Here's some videos from this week new entries in my chart:
EELS - That Look You Give That Guy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNtlGwYJCUQ

LUCKY ELEPHANT - Reverend Tisley & His Magic Lantern
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gTAIxv6JqA

GIRLS - Laura
http://vimeo.com/3847660

THE HORRORS - Whole New Way
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlFI7tUwFq4
They sound like Joy Division. 8-)

FEVER RAY - Seven
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX07gCjT7dA
Bloody weird video, but the song is fantastic!!!
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Postby andrej » Sun Oct 18, 2009 6:43 am

ANDREJ'S TOP30 ALTERNATIVE CHART
WEEKENDING OCTOBER 18TH, 2009

01 12 02 LUCKY ELEPHANT Reverend Tisley & His Magic Lantern [Gideon Coe October 8]
02 02 02 EELS That Look You Give That Guy [Weekend Breakfast October 3]
03 03 03 THE DEAD WEATHER I Cut Like A Buffalo [Steve Lamacq September 28]
04 05 03 THE DRUMS Let's Go Surfing [Steve Lamacq September 28]
05 01 03 MARY EPWORTH & THE JUBILEE BAND Black Doe [Tom Robinson Introducing September 21]
06 07 03 PARTY HORSE Chinese Takeaway/ Lazer Beam Tom Robinson Introducing September 21
07 NEW 01 SWING YOUTH Myself to Blame /Blade of Grass [Tom Robinson Introducing October 11]
08 04 03 JUNIOR PANFAST Piam's Party [Tom Robinson Introducing September 28]
09 11 03 ANIMAL KINGDOM Signs And Wonders [Steve Lamacq September 28]
10 10 03 EDITORS Papillon [Cerys on 6 October 1]
11 09 03 KILL IT KID Heaven Never Seemed So Close [Tom Robinson Introducing September 20]
12 15 03 JOSH FIX This Town is Starting to Make Me Angry [Tom Robinson Introducing September 20]
13 13 03 AK-MOMO Women To Control [Tom Robinson Introducing September 26]
14 14 03 THE MARTIAL ARTS Duality [Tom Robinson Introducing September 20]
15 06 03 MAJESTIC MC Freedom [Tom Robinson Introducing September 20]
16 25 02 THE HORRORS Whole New Way [Steve Lamacq October 9]
17 26 02 FEVER RAY Seven [Gideon Coe October 1]
18 NEW 01 ESBEN & THE WITCH About This Peninsula [Tom Robinson Introducing October 11]
19 22 03 BUTTERFLY FAN THE INFERNO Brassneck [Tom Robinson Introducing September 21]
20 NEW 01 SUKILOVE Choose Your Gods [Tom Robinson Introducing October 11]
21 21 03 THE BANSHEE Kicks Up [Tom Robinson Introducing September 21]
22 08 03 THE BARBARELLATONES Nina Hagen [Tom Robinson Introducing September 20]
23 NEW 01 THE FLAMING LIPS Silver Trembling Hands [Steve Lamacq October 15]
24 19 03 JUSTICE Wonder Woman [Tom Robinson Introducing September 28]
25 NEW 01 ME MY HEAD Damage is Done [Tom Robinson Introducing October 11]
26 17 02 GIRLS Laura [Huw Stephens October 1]
27 27 02 GLORYTELLERS Fours [Gideon Coe October 1]
28 28 02 PARSLEY SOUND Devotions [Huw Stephens October 1]
29 NEW 01 LIMOZINE You Da Boss [Tom Robinson Introducing October 11]
30 NEW 01 LITTLE COMETS Adultery [Steve Lamacq October 9]
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Postby Tiger » Mon Oct 19, 2009 3:22 pm

andrej wrote:10 10 03 EDITORS Papillon [Cerys on 6 October 1]
Once more love Editors
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Postby andrej » Mon Oct 19, 2009 5:09 pm

Last week wasn't as hot the the week before.
There are some significant changes in the chart though. Lucky Elephant jumped into the top spot with "Reverend Tisley & His Magic Lantern".
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gTAIxv6JqA

Last weeks highest new entry That Look You Give That Guy by an American rock band EELS didn't manage to make one step ahead to the top of the Chart and stayed at No.2 for the second consecutive week. Don't know why but previously i thought they are a swedish band :roll: I love they video too.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CNtlGwYJCUQ

Eeels video isn't my favourite one however. This honour fell on yet another American alternative rock group THE DEAD WEATHER's latest single "I Cut Like A Buffalo" which is the other non-mover this week at No.3.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ImbW-p4c4gQ

The Drums are a duo based out of Brooklyn and the latest buzzworthy band of the moment. Their addictive 50’s pop song with a updated twist “Lets Go Surfing” is a real gem! Drums climed from 5 to 4 in this weeks chart.
http://www.myspace.com/thedrumsforever


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Postby andrej » Mon Oct 19, 2009 6:00 pm

Mary Epworth & The Jubilee Band have lost their top position this week and droped to No.5.
The Band are fronted by English singer songwriter Mary Epworth who makes folk rock inflected with 60’s psychedelia.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5oOIh211sI
Mary Epworth is so cute, isn't it? :D

Party Horse were formed to play Moscow Fashion Week and consists of David and Ursula duo. That's all i know about them. And they are a climber from 7 to 6.
http://www.myspace.com/partyhorsemusic

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Swing Youth are a highest new entry this week at No.7. The band released their infectious double a-side debut single Myself To Blame/Blade of Grass on October 12th. Musically the bands influences from the postpunk era are clear to hear, the likes of The Cure, Siouxsie, Joy Division, and X-Ray Spex are all in the mix

http://www.youtube.com/user/SwingYouthUk#p/a
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Postby andrej » Mon Oct 19, 2009 8:17 pm

'Whole New Way' is a new song by The Horrors. It was only released as a Japanese bonus track on their new album 'Primary Colours'. A brand new non-lp single, due out in early November. This week the song leaped 9 places to No.16.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JlFI7tUwFq4

Fever Ray is the title, of both project and album. Fever Ray is the new alter ego of Karin Dreijer Andersson, better known as the lead singer with The Knife. Taking time off the group, the singer struck out on her own and chose the name Fever Ray.
'Seven' is taken from their debut album, and was released on October 5th. The song climbed from 26 to 17 this week.
The new video was directed by Johan Renck, who has previously created videos for both Fever Ray and The Knife as well as for Beyonce, Madonna, Bat for Lashes and many more.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX07gCjT7dA

Esben and the Witch take their name from a Danish fairytale and fully live up to their literary flights of fancy, playing dark, twinkling, songs pregnant with menace and brooding, evoked by spooky guitars and dour female vocals. 'About This Peninsula', a track from their 33 (EP) entered the Chart at No.18.

http://www.myspace.com/esbenandthewitch
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Postby andrej » Thu Oct 22, 2009 5:13 pm

Sukilove is a five-piece group from Antwerp, Belgium, led by singer/songwriter Pascal Deweze. First single of Sukilove's forthcoming album 'Static Moves' entered the Chart this week. The vocal harmonies in the beginning of "Choose Your Gods" bore me a strong resemblance to XTC. And that's enough for me to place this song as higher as No.20. It could have been a bigger hit if the authors were a bit more innovative as the melody had developed...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BK4CiNw98sI

Talking of innovative musicians..."Silver Trembling Hands" is a track from the twelfth studio album by experimental rock band The Flaming Lips.
The Flaming Lips formed in Oklahoma City in 1983, when founder and guitarist Wayne Coyne allegedly stole a collection of musical instruments from an area church hall and enlisted his vocalist brother Mark and bassist Michael Ivins to start a band.
Equal parts 10CC and Pink Floyd, the Flaming Lips are difficult to describe but easy to like.
Silver Trembling Hands entered the chart at No.23 this week.
http://www.myspace.com/flaminglips
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UK new wave/indie/band ME MY HEAD are newcomers at No.25 with "Damage Is Done"
http://www.totallyfuzzy.net/ourtube/me- ... b24b3.html
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Postby Ahahuha » Fri Oct 23, 2009 4:37 pm

Hey Andrej! I really like some of your songs, I already know most of them, I would just ask you for a favour and from the next time that you are doing your chart could you provide us with links from the songs that have released official music videos for their songs? Not audio or live just music videos. From youtube or wherever else. Thanks.
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Postby andrej » Fri Oct 23, 2009 5:27 pm

Hi Ahahuha! :D
I'm glad you like my charts and this sort of music.
Actually i try to post the links to the videos whenever i may find 'em. The problem is that most of the songs in my chart have no video at all. :(
This may be caused by the fact that some of the songs haven't been released on any digital or physical format by the time i compiled my chart. Some of my chart entries are the album tracks and haven't been meant for video release initialy.
So i'm doing my best to find music videos, but not everything is in my power 8-)
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Postby Ahahuha » Fri Oct 23, 2009 8:15 pm

I understand, thank you. And I'll be watching, so keep the charts coming! 8-)
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Postby andrej » Sun Oct 25, 2009 2:02 am

ANDREJ'S TOP30 ALTERNATIVE CHART
WEEKENDING OCTOBER 25TH, 2009


01 01 03 LUCKY ELEPHANT Reverend Tisley & His Magic Lantern
02 23 02 THE FLAMING LIPS Silver Trembling Hands
03 04 04 THE DRUMS Let's Go Surfing
04 02 03 EELS That Look You Give That Guy
05 07 02 SWING YOUTH Myself to Blame /Blade of Grass
06 06 04 PARTY HORSE Chinese Takeaway/ Lazer Beam
07 05 04 MARY EPWORTH & THE JUBILEE BAND Black Doe
08 03 04 THE DEAD WEATHER I Cut Like A Buffalo
09 17 03 FEVER RAY Seven
10 16 03 THE HORRORS Whole New Way
11 NEW 01 TO ARMS ETC Misbelieving/ Lucky [Tom Robinson Introducing, October 18] http://www.myspace.com/toarmsetc
12 10 03 EDITORS Papillon
13 18 02 ESBEN & THE WITCH About This Peninsula
14 11 04 KILL IT KID Heaven Never Seemed So Close
15 12 04 JOSH FIX This Town is Starting to Make Me Angry
16 09 04 ANIMAL KINGDOM Signs And Wonders
17 14 04 THE MARTIAL ARTS Duality
18 08 04 JUNIOR PANFAST Piam's Party
19 NEW 01 KASABIAN Underdog [Lauren Laverne, October 24] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UNGjaCpiAHc
20 13 04 AK-MOMO Women To Control
21 15 04 MAJESTIC MC Freedom
22 19 04 BUTTERFLY FAN THE INFERNO Brassneck
23 20 02 SUKILOVE Choose Your Gods
24 21 03 THE BANSHEE Kicks Up
25 NEW 01 enQ The Reverend Sharpton [Tom Robinson Introducing, October 19] http://www.myspace.com/enquk
26 24 04 JUSTICE Wonder Woman
27 30 02 LITTLE COMETS Adultery
28 NEW 01 TONY TRONIC Trouble [Tom Robinson Introducing, October 19] http://www.myspace.com/tonytronic
29 22 04 THE BARBARELLATONES Nina Hagen
30 NEW 01 THE CRIBS We Share The Same Skies [Steve Lamacq, October 20] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hu6tV8iwUa0&feature=related

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Postby Tiger » Sun Oct 25, 2009 5:28 pm

andrej wrote:12 10 03 EDITORS Papillon
YAY Editors :P
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Postby Ahahuha » Tue Oct 27, 2009 9:20 pm

A good chart again, lots that I like, your best new entry is The Cribs I think :wink:
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Postby andrej » Sun Nov 01, 2009 7:38 am

ANDREJ'S TOP30 ALTERNATIVE CHART
WEEKENDING NOVEMBER 1ST, 2009

01 01 04 LUCKY ELEPHANT Reverend Tisley & His Magic Lantern
02 03 05 THE DRUMS Let's Go Surfing
03 02 03 THE FLAMING LIPS Silver Trembling Hands
04 05 03 SWING YOUTH Myself to Blame /Blade of Grass
05 19 02 KASABIAN Underdog
06 09 04 FEVER RAY Seven
07 04 04 EELS That Look You Give That Guy
08 11 02 TO ARMS ETC Misbelieving/ Lucky
09 06 05 PARTY HORSE Chinese Takeaway/ Lazer Beam
10 10 04 THE HORRORS Whole New Way
11 08 05 THE DEAD WEATHER I Cut Like A Buffalo
12 29 02 WOLF GANG The King And All Of His Men
13 13 03 ESBEN & THE WITCH About This Peninsula
14 07 05 MARY EPWORTH & THE JUBILEE BAND Black Doe
15 30 02 THE CRIBS We Share The Same Skies
16 NEW 01 LUKE HAINES Peter Hammill
17 12 05 EDITORS Papillon
18 NEW 01 LAWRENCE ARABIA Apple Pie Bed
19 16 05 ANIMAL KINGDOM Signs And Wonders
20 15 05 JOSH FIX This Town is Starting to Make Me Angry
21 14 05 KILL IT KID Heaven Never Seemed So Close
22 27 03 LITTLE COMETS Adultery
23 25 02 enQ The Reverend Sharpton
24 17 04 THE MARTIAL ARTS Duality
25 28 02 TONY TRONIC Trouble
26 24 05 THE BANSHEE Kicks Up
27 22 05 BUTTERFLY FAN THE INFERNO Brassneck
28 18 05 JUNIOR PANFAST Piam's Party
29 26 05 JUSTICE Wonder Woman
30 21 05 MAJESTIC MC Freedom
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Postby andrej » Sun Nov 01, 2009 8:24 am

It's all quite on the eastern front :wink:
There are only two new entries this week. Tom Robinson, whose BBC6's Intoducing show is still the main music provider for my chart, has prepared the special programm mixing a cream from the previous programmes, celebrating the second birthday of his show.
Hope the things are going to change next week as the show returns to its regular format.
The highest new entry this week is LUKE HAINES with an aggresive glam song called "Peter Hammill" . It's very popular song on BBC6 at the moment. As lead singer with The Auteurs, Luke Haines helped craft the template for Britpop. Emerging from a formative London music scene Haines led the way with his blend of 60s pop, glam and more with a uniquely British outlook.

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Luke's new album '21st Century Man' which is due to be released on November 2nd. Track titles mooted for the record include 'Peter Hammill', 'Klaus Kinski', 'Our Man in Buenos Aires' and 'Suburban Mourning'.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhMM2MwJxqs

The second new entry this week is a beautiful song Apple Pie Bed by New Zeland band Lawrence Arabia, which won 2009 Silver Scroll prize for this video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgM74NERL_s
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