Tracklist: The Local Hang With Playlister P, Vol. 4

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Kind of a crazy night last night at The Libertine for the fourth go 'round of the once-a-month local music love-fest we're still calling The Local Hang with Playlister P.

It featured the biggest crowd we've seen to date, for one. And it was a pretty rockin' crew, to boot--plenty of pseudo local celebs in the form of area musicians and media types. Some you may have heard of, even!

Most importantly, it was a fine, fine time. In the past, I've tended to judge the success of this deal on how many people come up to me asking about the songs I'm playing. But last night featured something new (and super cool, too): People actually cheered when certain songs were played. I'll let you try figuring out which ones earned that level of notoriety for yourself--the full list of songs played, in order, is listed for your perusing after the jump.

Thanks again for coming over and hanging out, everyone! See you next month!

RTB2 -- When Hammer Hits Stone
Occult Detective Club -- You'll Follow Me
The Von Ehrics -- I Like Yours
Automorrow -- Overboard
VIDEO -- Images
The Lash Outs -- Contemporary Music
Teenage Cool Kids -- Animal Sounds
Chomsky -- 15 Minutes to Rock
Bad Sports -- Nothing But Agitation
Riverboat Gamblers -- A Choppy Yet Sincere Apology
Fungi Girls -- Pacifica Nostalgia
Old 97's -- Timebomb
Johnny Lloyd Rollins -- Out To Lunch ***SONG DEBUT***
The Strange Boys -- Heard You Want To Beat Me Up
The Make Believers -- Anytime Is A Good Time
The Burning Hotels -- Austin's Birthday
Xrabit + Damaged Good$ -- Follow The Leader
PPT -- Who's That Girl?
Play-N-Skillz feat. Jay-Z -- Checkin' My Fresh
galleryCat -- Say Say Say
Whiskey Folk Ramblers -- Moanin' Rag
Baptist Generals -- Alcohol (Turn and Fall)
Tripping Daisy -- Bedhead
Analog Rebellion -- Marla Singer Doesn't Take Standardized Tests (Disposable Smile)
They Were Stars -- Baltimore
The Orbans -- Were Her
Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights -- "Pardon Me"
Air Review -- Chasing Corporate
Baboon -- Dracula Eyes
The Paper Chase -- What Should We Do With Your Body (The Lightning)
St. Vincent -- Actor Out of Work
Neon Indian -- Deadbeat Summer
Mount Righteous -- Shake The Rafters Loose
Objektiv One -- Hustlin (Spoon vs. Rick Ross) ***SONG DEBUT***
Ishi -- Pastel Lights
Colours -- Better Weather ***SONG DEBUT***
Forever The Sickest Kids -- Hey Brittany
Sore Losers -- Bizarre Celebrations (Fizzy Dino Pop remix)
The Crash That Took Me -- Patricia Lynn
Artist vs. Poet -- Runaway
Toadies -- Possum Kingdom
The Secret Machines -- Atomic Heels
Been Bradley -- America OK ***SONG DEBUT***
The Frontier Brothers -- Space Punk Starlet
Telegraph Canyon -- Shake Your Fist
Red Monroe -- Pat Mayse Lake
Dorrough -- Ice Cream Paint Job
Fizzy Dino Pop -- Chiyo Chiyo
Roy G. and The Biv -- Runnin'
LehtMoJoe -- Hold The Line (Major Lazer vs. Toto)
Erykah Badu -- The Cell
Florene Street Caring
FUR -- Black Castles
The Uptown Bums -- This and That
The Wax Museums -- Safety in Numbers
Them GSpot Boyz --Stanky Legg
Rob Viktum and Donwill -- Posthumous (feat. Jermiside)
Damaged Good$ -- Yo That's Righteous (A1 Bassline Remix)
Faux Fox -- Nothing Gold
Fair to Midland -- Dance of the Manatee
Slider Pines -- The Pinch
Mount Righteous -- The Feeling You Bring
Sunnybrook -- Waving Hands
True Widow -- Duelist
This Old House -- At Risk
VEGA -- No Reasons

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