I may only have lived in the Wiltshire village of Seend for about four or five months about ten years ago (seriously, ten?) but the fact that I had no job, nor was able to find one, meant that the music I listened to ended up with an extra resonance.

Apart from looking for jobs I didn't know how to find, I spent an inordinate amount of time browsing through copies of Uncut magazine, back before it turned to shit, and buying albums based on how well I liked the songs they chose for their covermount CDs.

There are a couple of other songs on this podcast, but I think the memories of Seend (including my goal in a 3-2 victory, having been 2-0 behind at half time) are still surprisingly strong.

01. Meursault - Bulletproof (La Roux/Radiohead Cover) (02.52) 02.The Czars - Lullaby 6000 (09.19) 03. Hamell on Trial - Choochtown (20.30) 04. Lambchop - Bon Soir, Bon Soir (24.10) 05. The Savings and Loan - The Virgin's Lullaby (31.09) 06. Phillistine's Jr. - The Bus Stop Song (36.55) 07. Vado in Messico - Sisma (38.50) 08. Billy Bragg - Take Down the Union Jack (47.12) 09. Kevin Tihista's Red Terror - Sucker (51.46) 10. Cinerama - Health and Efficiency (58.49)