Come On, Wake Up Ann Arbor! 6/7/2012

Here is the latest episode of my radio show Come On, Wake Up Ann Arbor! In this episode I have 2 special guests on the air with me, Ben and Bethany. It was a very interesting mix of songs we chose! Enjoy:

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6:00 AM, The Shins, “Caring is Creepy”, Oh Inverted World,
5:55 AM, They Might Be Giants, “Why Does the Sun Shine? (The Sun is a Mass of Incandescent Gas)”, Why Does the Sun Shine? (The Sun is a Mass of Incandescent Gas),
5:45 AM, Regina Spektor, “Us”, Soviet Kitsch,
5:41 AM, Frontier Ruckus, “Nerves of the Nightmind”, Deadmalls & Nightfalls,
5:25 AM, Koji Kondo, “Super Mario 64 Main Theme”, Super Mario 64,
5:22 AM, Danger Mouse, “December 4th”, Clean Radio Edits,
5:18 AM, Jay-Z, “99 Problems”, The Black Album,
5:08 AM, Subroto Roy Chowdhury sitar/A. G. Bandopadhyay tabla, “Drut Gat in Tintal”, Sitar India Archive Music,
5:05 AM, Bombay S. Jayashri, “Gajavadana Beduve”, Paalinchu Kaamaakshi,
4:55 AM, Ida Maria, “I Like You So Much Better When You’re Naked”
4:51 AM, Feist, “Let it Die”, Let it Die,
4:47 AM, The Shins, “Saint Simon”, Chutes Too Narrow,
4:26 AM, Funkadelic, “Funky”, The Electric Spanking of War Babies,
4:18 AM, Priscilla Ahn, “Dream”, A Good Day,
4:13 AM, 3 Canal, “Let the Session Begin”, Mondo Soca,
4:07 AM, Cambodian Space Project, “Ban Juarp Pros Snae/I’ve Met My Love”, 2011 A Space Odyssey,
4:05 AM, Os Mutantes, “A Minha Menina”, Tropicalia,
3:55 AM, Eduard Khil, “I Am Glad, ‘Cause I’m Finally Returning Back Home”
3:48 AM, John Williams, “Cantina Band”, Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope,
3:40 AM, The Swords Project (request), “The New Assasin”, The Swords Project,
3:35 AM, Hofi Geza, ???, Odusszeusz: Hofi Geza,
3:26 AM, Reggie Watts, “Having Sex”, A Live At Central Park,
3:20 AM, Deep Sea Diver, “Keep It Moving”, History Speaks,
3:16 AM, The Low Anthem, “Charlie Darwin”, Oh My God, Charlie Darwin,
3:11 AM, Feist, “The Bad in Each Other”, Metals,
3:08 AM, The Shins, “The Rifle’s Spiral”, Port of Morrow,
3:03 AM, Awolnation, “Wake Up”, Megalithic Symphony