Cosmic Fragments #43

After a week off we return, reinvigorated and raring to go, with another blinding selection of fantastic tunes for Cosmic Fragments episode 43.
As usual we select from a wide range of genres, from Metal to Jazz, and Folk to Electronica, as well as selecting from right throughout the history of recorded music, from as far back as 1931, right up to some brand spanking new releases.
Our classic album of the week is The Doors’ ‘LA Woman’, celebrating it’s 40th anniversary and we have a cracker of a new album from punk poet Ani Difranco. On top of all that, we have a protest themed ‘Back To The Future’, and a whole host of other fantastic tunes to delight your beautiful ear holes.
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The Doors – LA Woman
Ani DiFranco – Promiscuity
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds – Red Right Hand
Lamb Of God – Desolation
The Prodigy – Poison
Outkast – Roses
Stevie Wonder – He’s Misstra Know It All
Florence Reece – Which Side Are You On?
Laura Gibson – La Grande
Ani Di-Franco – If Yr Not
Lana Del Rey – Video Games
The Doors – Cars Hiss By My Window
Paulo Nutini – Pencil Full Of Lead
Gotye – Somebody That I Used To Know
Wisp – FoldBold (The Seige)
Portico Quartet – Ruins
Squarepusher – Iambic 9 Poetry
Weather Report – Havona
Ash – Girl From Mars
Howler – This One’s Different
System Of A Down – B.Y.O.B. (Bring Your Own Bomb)
Crowbar – The Lasting Dose
Ani DiFranco – Which Side Are You On?
The Doors – Riders On The Storm


About Steve Hancock

Steve is the host of the Cosmic Fragments radio show, he is also the creator and main contributor to the Cosmic Fragments website. On the side, he is also a failing musician, dog owner and shabby boyfriend, he does all of this while maintaining a full time job that provides little financial reward.