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Canada Canada. DJ since Feb 24, 2009
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Kumark1 The Cardigans – Lovefool (1996)

The CardigansLovefool

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Kumark1 No Doubt – Spiderwebs (1995)

No DoubtSpiderwebs

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Kumark1 Creed was a Christian Rock Band. Now Scott Stapp has Eddie Vedder on speed dial...Creed – With Arms Wide Open (1999)
Kumark1 Canada's Best Feminist Rock Band. Universally hated! (who's our Premiere Christian Rock Act?) Nickelback – Figured You Out ( Conan O'Brien show 2004 )
Kumark1 Still turns the trick 29 years later...Mötley Crüe – kickstart my heart (1989)
Kumark1 Theme song for the @Jeanne_Beker show on CityTV many, many moons ago...Animotion – Obsession (1984)


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Kumark1 It's Neil Young's 73rd Cakeday Today. Many Returns! - Cowboy Junkies – Powderfinger
Kumark1 The Cougar's off the market Ladies.Jack's getting married to Diane#3 Meg Ryan (Bout Time too!) John Mellencamp – Again Tonight (1991)
Kumark1 John Prine – Knockin' On Your Screen Door (2018)
Kumark1 James Brown – It's Too Funky In Here - Live - Toronto 1979
Kumark1 Sly & the Family Stone – Remember who you are (1979)
Kumark1 Sly & The Family Stone – If You Want Me To Stay (1973)
Kumark1 U2 – Daddy's Gonna Pay For Your Crashed Car (1993)
Kumark1 Pink Floyd – Time (1973) -Underground Remix - The ORB (1992)
Kumark1 Pink Floyd – Money (Dark Side of the Moon: Early Mixes - (1972)
Kumark1 Led Zeppelin – Misty Mountain Hop (1972)
Kumark1 Deep Purple – Never Before (1972)
Kumark1 Traffic (Steve Winwood) – John Barleycorn Must Die (1970)
Kumark1 Freda Payne – Unhooked Generation (1970)
Kumark1 Lyn Collins - THINK (About it) - 1972

Think (About It)

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