Yes, it’s that time again, podcast number 5! Whoop whoop it’s the sound of the Wizards!

No great over-arching concept this time around, it’s just a free-for-all that’s free for all to download right here.


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  1. kickerofelves1 says:

    Track listing: The Ramones – California Sun / The Excitements – Wait A Minute / The Mentalettes – Fine Fine Fine / Moussa Doumbia – Keleya / Jeanette – Por Que Te Vas / Althea & Donna – Uptown Top Ranking / Old Crow Medicine Show – Mississippi Saturday Night / Gil Scott-Heron – Enough / MJ Hibbert & The Validators – Sod It, Let’s Get Pissed / Guided By Voices – Hangover Child / Neneh Cherry & The Thing – Dream Baby Dream / Ted Key – Me Copy Of London Calling / Black Reindeer – Charlie Sheen / The Stranglers – Walk On By

    And a reminder of Kicker’s Question: What is the connection between Scott Walker and Leeds United? (And no, Chorizo, it’s not that they are both shit).

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