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Guest Playlist: Early Indiana Punk and New Wave
Posted February 06, 2018 by Seth Johnson
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February 06, 2018
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  1. "Lining like an Animal" - The Repellents
  2. "Samoa" - The Math Bats
  3. "The Standing Joy" - The Future
  4. "Drugs Are For Thugs" - The Panics
  5. "Killing Children" - Killing Children
  6. "Frustrated" - Slammies
  7. "Drunk and Disorderly" - Toxic Reasons
  8. "Mean Screen" - The Gizmos
  9. "Mack The Knife" - Last Four Digits
  10. "Human Body" - Zero Boys
  11. "Razor Hand" - The Dancing Cigarettes
  12. "Impossible Space" - Arson Garden
  13. "Designer Genes" - Amoebas in Chaos

(photo credit to Guy Davis)

We asked Indiana music expert and Irvington Vinyl owner Rick Wilkerson to curate an MFT playlist of Early Indiana Punk and New Wave. Enjoy!

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