BONUS CONTENT!!! Free With This Months Issue/We Dig Music Crossover episode!

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Surprise! this isn’t a We Dig Music episode, this is Colin & Ian’s other podcast “Free With This Month’s Issue”! a podcast where Colin & Ian plus a different guest each month listen to a free covermount cd from an old music magazine such as Melody Maker, NME, Mojo, Kerrang, Q, Metal Hammer, Uncut etc and uncover it’s various horrors and delights. This particular month our guest is some indie loving woman called Tracey, who may sound familiar to you lot, so we thought some of you might want to hear it even if you’re not yet subscribed to Free With This Months Issue. Hopefully you dig what we’re doing, and if so there’s another 6 episodes before this to go and catch up on which you can find by subscribing to Free With This Month’s Issue in your podcast app of choice!


In Episode 7 Tracey Bowen from the We Dig Music podcast selects Mojo magazine’s “There Is A Light That Never Goes Out (Indie Classics 1982 – 1987)” from October 2012.

The CD’s full tracklisting is –
1 – Felt – Sunlight Bathed The Golden Glow
2 – The Weather Prophets – Almost Prayed
3 – Hurrah! – Sweet Sanity
4 – The Woodentops – Well Well Well
5 – Close Lobsters – Nature Thing
6 – The Nightingales – Crafty Fag
7 – The Flatmates – I Could Be In Heaven
8 – The Go-Betweens – Cattle & Cane
9 – Billy Bragg – Levi Stubbs’ Tears
10 – Martin Stephenson & The Daintees – Crocodile Cryer
11 – Television Personalities – How I Learned To Love The…Bomb
12 – The La’s – Open Your Heart
13 – The Blue Aeroplanes – Action Painting
14 – The Dentists – Strawberries Are Growing In My Garden (And It’s Wintertime)
15 – The Chesterfields – Completely And Utterly

Find Tracey on Twitter [here](, Find some of her online gig reviews and articles [here](, and obviously find her jabbering on about music with Ian and Colin on We Dig Music [here](

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