On the occassion of our 800th episode, hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot look back on the show with past producer and listener feedback. They also review new albums from Tune-Yards, serpentwithfeet and La Femme.

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Featured Songs:

Tune-Yards, "nowhere, man," sketchy, 4AD, 2021

Tune-Yards, "hold yourself.," sketchy, 4AD, 2021

Tune-Yards, "be not afraid.," sketchy, 4AD, 2021

Tune-Yards, "make it right.," sketchy, 4AD, 2021

serpentwithfeet, "Heart Storm," DEACON, Secretly Canadian, 2021

serpentwithfeet, "Malik," DEACON, Secretly Canadian, 2021

serpentwithfeet, "Fellowship," DEACON, Secretly Canadian, 2021

La Femme, "Paradigme," Paradigmes, Disque Pointu, 2021

La Femme, "Cool Colorado," Paradigmes, Disque Pointu, 2021

La Femme, "Disconnexion," Paradigmes, Disque Pointu, 2021

Arcade Fire, "Sprawl II (Live on Sound Opinions)," The Suburbs, Merge, 2010

David Bowie, "Rebel Rebel," Diamond Dogs, RCA, 1974

Talking Heads, "Once In A Lifetime (Live)," Stop Making Sense, Sire, 1984

Thom Yorke, "I Want None Of This (Live on Sound Opinions)," Help - A Day In The Life, Independiente, 2005

Radiohead, "The National Anthem (Live at Lollapalooza)," Kid A, Parlophone, 2000

Bob Dylan, "Moonshiner," The Bootleg Series Volumes 1–3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961–1991, Columbia, 1991

Wilco, "Ashes of American Flags (Live on Sound Opinions)," Yankee Hotel Foxtrot, Nonesuch, 2002

Wilco, "She's A Jar (Live on Sound Opinions)," Summerteeth, Reprise, 1999

Carole King, "I Feel the Earth Move," Tapestry, Ode, 1971

Carole King, "Home Again," Tapestry, Ode, 1971

Amythyst Kiah, "Black Myself," (Single), Rounder, 2021

Steely Dan, "Reelin' In the Years," Can't Buy a Thrill, ABC, 1973

Bob Gibson, "Ballad of Fred and Mark," Bob Gibson, Capitol, 1970

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, "K.G.L.W.," L.W., Flightless, 2021

Aretha Franklin, "How I Got Over," Amazing Grace, Atlantic, 1972

Rolling Stones, "Gimme Shelter," Let It Bleed, Decca, 1969