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ObviousPopCast Episode 28 - New Music!

PodcastEpisode 28 of the ObviousPopCast is so good that I'm tempted to use words like "epic," "gnarly," and "radical," but this episode is all about *new* music so I will ease up on the retro. We have an exclusive premiere of a brand new track from Ian Tanner as well as new music from The Cars, Sloan, Panic! At The Disco,  and more! You can stream or download it right now as a high quality MP3, and best of all it's free!



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EPISODE 28 TRACK LISTING (includes intro track and music bed songs)

Song Title - Album - Artist

Fibre (OPC Remix - Show Intro/Theme) – Caldo-Freddo – Airbiscuit

Theme from Glock's Corner (1st Break Music Bed) – Glock’s Corner EP – The Candle Thieves

This Started Out a Love Song – Italian Waffles & Scotch – Ian Tanner

Follow The Leader – The Double Cross – Sloan

The Beat Goes On – Different Gear, Still Speeding – Beady Eye

Bigger Than Us (Walls Hold Me Remix) (2nd Break Music Bed) – Ritual Box Set – White Lies

Silicone Sue – Longplayer – Longplayer

Generation Ship – What Every Rose Grower Should Know – Secret Powers

Big Celebrity – Solipsism – Skeleton Staff

Kitty Puppy (3rd Break Music Bed) – Umlaut – Umlaut

The Ballad of Mona Lisa – Vices and Virtues – Panic! At the Disco

Link - Moog Madness Pain (OPC Charlie Sheen Remix) – Spazchow – Barnes & Barnes

Andy Warhol Is Gone – Hail the Conquering Fool – Lousy Robot

Where I'm Going – Zonoscope – Cut Copy

Living the Dream (4th Break Music Bed) – Umlaut – Umlaut

Blue Tip – Move Like This – The Cars

Burn the Liars – The Enemy Chorus – The Earlies

War On Sound – Moonbabies At the Ballroom – Moonbabies

Kaa (outro music bed OPC mix) – Evidence of Humanity – Mike Keneally