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Queen of the Stone Age: Before Her Guest DJ Stint, a Sneak Peek at Angela Hunt's Playlist

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Speaking of Angela Hunt ...

The District 14 council rep just sent word that she's guest DJ'ing tomorrow night on KNON-FM (89.3). She's in the midst of selecting songs for her playlist, per the invite of Allison Gordon and Reid Robinson, host of the Sonic Assembly Power Hour. So, of course, I called her for a sneak preview. To which she responded: "I've got 'Down in the Park' by Foo Fighters, 'Gramarye' by Remy Zero, 'Go With the Flow' by Queens of the Stone Age." She's also got some Phoenix on tap, as well as ... Duran Duran's "The Chauffeur."

Not very light Christian-rocking, I must say. Look out, Slavens.

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