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Playback: The Week (6/6/08 - 6/13/08) In Review

What you missed this week on DC9 as our nation collectively poked its noses way too far into the Hogan family's business...

- We rocked out with Robert Smith and The Cure. Or was it The Joker and his henchmen? - We got schooled at Booker T. Washington's homecoming event. - We bit the Fight Bite bullet. - We found out why the Old 97's didn't get much face time in their new video: The Cylons. - We became "mates" with Black Joe Lewis. - We ambushed you as you peacefully tried to buy some books. - We gave away tickets to Mates of State, Evangelicals, Grand Ole Party and Rilo Kiley. But you, most likely, snoozed and lost. - And we hooked you up another round of mp3s...

Edie Brickell and Kenny Withrow -- "What I Am (Live)"
Edie Brickell and Kenny Withrow -- Booker T. Washington Song (Live)
Norah Jones -- "Painter Song (Live)"
Norah Jones -- "Man of the Hour (Live)"
Justin Townes Earle -- "Hard Livin'"
Grassfight -- "Rhodendron"
Evangelicals -- "Skeleton Man"
Grand Ole Party -- "Look Out Young Son"

...Good Friday in, oh, an hour or so. Then we're out to Evangelicals and Frog Eyes at Dada. --Pete Freedman

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