Free With This Months Issue 40 – Kurt North selects Q Magazines Ahk-Toong Bay-Bi Covered

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For our 40th episode, we finally collect the full set of Colin’s Shipwrecked & Comatose cohosts as Kurt North joins us to talk about Q Magazine’s Ahk-Toong Bay-Bi Covered from October 2011, which is a full tribute album to U2’s Achtung Baby.

The CD’s full tracklisting is –
1 – Nine Inch Nails – Zoo Station
2 – U2 – Even Better Than The Real Thing (Jacques Lu Cont Mix)
3 – Damien Rice – One
4 – Patti Smith- Until The End Of The World
5 – Garbage – Who’s Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
6 – Depeche Mode – So Cruel
7 – Gavin Friday – The Fly
8 – Snow Patrol – Mysterious Ways
9 – The Fray – Tryin’ To Throw Your Arms Around The World
10 – The Killers – Ultra Violet (Light My Way)
11 – Glasvegas – Acrobat
12 – Jack White – Love Is Blindness

Find Kurt on Twitter at where you can find links to his many podcasts including Shipwrecked And Comatose (a Red Dwarf Podcast which also features Colin & our previous guests Carl Bryan, Mark Adams, & Matt Latham) The X Cast (a podcast about The X Files), No Book Club (A podcast about the utterly brilliant recent tv series Yellowjackets – seriously, if you haven’t watched Yellowjackets yet, go and watch it , after you’ve listened to our podcast, obviously…), The Time Is Now (a podcast about the late 90s Occult detective show Millennium from the creators of The X Files), And Make It So (which is some kind of trekkie thing…)

Listen to all available songs on our ongoing Spotify playlist –

You can buy a copy of the cd from Discogs here –

Most of the songs are exclusive to this release so aren’t avilable on spotify but if you have apple music it’s available here –

Hosts – Ian Clarke & Colin Jackson-Brown
Recorded/Edited/Mixed/Original music by Colin Jackson Brown for We Dig Podcasts

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