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Manotaur

United States United States. DJ since Jan 28, 2009
http://myspace.com/DJBrianBlackout
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Manotaur Good morning, children

The Children: Freedom (1989?)

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Manotaur "Essential Kenny Loggins." ft. Michael McDonald on backups.

Kenny Loggins "This Is It"

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Manotaur Morning playlist, track one, side one.
Manotaur Psyched to see Erlend Øye as one half of Kings o' Convenience tonight, wish he'd do some solo stuff too
Manotaur Neil Hannon is sounding both less and more acerbic in his old age. Hits amusingly close to home...
Manotaur It's hot. Let's go swimming...
Manotaur Move over, Shuggie Otis

Milton Wright Jr, "Keep It Up" (1975)

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Manotaur Hey did I mention I'd been knighted recently?
Manotaur My favorite Release the Beast jam at the moment. Best listened to in a car with the winders down

Player-Baby Come Back

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Manotaur Genesis P-Orridge covering the Beach Boys = goth icons in hot weather. Also, amazing.

Psychic TV — Good Vibrations

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Manotaur Sooooooooooo excited to see LCD Soundsystem play this tonight at Terminal 5. LOST can wait.

LCD SoundsystemHome

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Manotaur This has been stuck in my head the last few days, so immaculately produced
Manotaur @ange_line Nice choice! You've inspired me to make this my new ringtone
Manotaur This is the best ringtone on the face of the planet

"Cut Up Piano and Xylophone," by Fridge

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Manotaur This is from some weird-looking Italian TV show called "Due Ragazzi Incorreggibili," so, "Two Incorregible Girls" I think
Manotaur Tanlines: leading edge in the Lion Kingification of indie rock.

TanlinesReal Life

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Manotaur Spooky cosmic funk from 75

BLACK BLOWING FLOWERS human glow

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Manotaur Yep, those kooky Italians did soft rock too

ALAN SORRENTI DONNA LUNA 1977

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