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Free to a good home.
This is my 10th instalment, having begun the tradition in 2007. (It’s the best year for donkeys.)
There is a strong electronic (4songs) and hip hop/dance (also 4 songs) element this year.
With fewer female solo artists than I’ve become known for (only 2 in fact).
It opens with Bowie’s closer and closes with Kosmicher Laufer’s opener. (For those not in the know they are a Leith based 1972 East German Olympic Athletics team training regime music spoof, redolent of early Kraftwerk – so what’s not to love.)
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