Duffel's Digital Tracks
The Duff Man is known for having a collection of music mostly on vinyl that more times than not isn't searchable on iTunes. But this is On The Download, so Corey gave us his top ten unobscure tracks.
Let's Float - The Donkeys
Private Dicks - Private Dicks
Message in a Bottle - The Police
Straight to You - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
Second Skin - The Chameleons
Hardly Young - Mister Loveless
Vampire Life - The Chatholic Comb
Broken Doll - Wreckless Eric
Greetings to the New Brunette - Billy Bragg
Bits of Kids - Stiff Little Fingers
Alex Chilton - The Replacements
Dowload Corey Duffel's unobscure tracks from the iTunes store here.
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