Options What's Happening?!?! with Matt Clarke and Mike Sin: Playlist from January 12, 2016 Options

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Strolling down the Sunset Strip, in search of that station out at sea.

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Options January 12, 2016: Goodbye Starman

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Artist Track Album Comments
The Beatles  Across The Universe   Options Anthology 2   
The Merseys  Sorrow   Options 7"   
The Pretty Things  Rosalyn   Options Greatest Hits 1964-1967   
Them  Here Comes The Night   Options 7"   
The Yardbirds  I Wish You Would   Options Ultimate!   
Pink Floyd  See Emily Play   Options Relics   
The Mojos  Everything's Alright   Options Mersey Beat '62-'64   
The Who  I Can't Explain   Options Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy   
The Rolling Stones  Let's Spend The Night Together   Options Flowers   
Elvis Presley  Blue Moon   Options Elvis Presley   
Little Richard  Good Golly Miss Molly   Options The Georgia Peach   
The Stooges  Gimme Danger   Options Raw Power   
Mick Ronson  Growing Up and I'm Fine   Options Slaughter On 10th Avenue   
The Easybeats  Friday On My Mind   Options Friday On My Mind  Commence Side B 
The Pretty Things  Don't Bring Me Down   Options Greatest Hits 1964-1967   
The Yardbirds  Shapes Of Things   Options Ultimate!   
The Who  Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere   Options Meaty Beaty Big & Bouncy   
The Kinks  Where Have All The Good Times Gone   Options The Kinks Kontroversy   
Small Faces  I'm Only Dreaming   Options 7"   
David Bowie  The Supermen   Options Hunky Dory   
David Bowie  Memory Of A Free Festival Part 1   Options Space Oddity   
David Bowie  Memory Of A Free Festival Part 2   Options Space Oddity   


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