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dj kali @ spooky boogie night 2010.06.13

so the burning monday crew has returned to the katacombes, only now it's on sunday, because mondays are, like, so three months ago. so this is the micro-set that marked my personal return to the wheels of steel (more like the wheels of polyethylene compound, but anyway).

implog :: she creatures
siouxsie & the banshees :: arabian knights
sleep chamber :: snakebite
the klinik :: moving hands
skinny puppy :: falling
severed heads :: now an explosive new movie
imminent :: garn
mika vainio :: goths
von magnet :: capricious horses
geomatic :: the bliss
xeno & oaklander :: shadow world
absolute body control :: i wasn't there
joy division :: atrocity exhibition
blank dogs :: tin birds
devo :: fresh
killing joke :: follow the leaders
the damned :: lively arts

[ok, you may have noticed that the ending to this was a little off. i was a bit pressed for time and ended up taking ff in a hurry with only about half the cd's i normally take and, yes, the novy svet album where my closing track is found was one of those left behind. everyone was confused and unsettled, there was pandemonium. dammit, you should never leave your soldiers behind! haven't i learned that yet?]

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