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Air Raid

TCB took over the KLBJ-FM studios for an hour Monday afternoon as part of their new monthly "Maniac Monday" promotion. The damage:

"Rocky," Thin Lizzy

"Obstacle 1," Interpol

"The Day John Henry Died," Drive-by Truckers

"Love and War 11/11/46," Rilo Kiley

"Darts of Pleasure," Franz Ferdinand

"What I'm Trying to Say," Stars

"The Rest Will Follow," Trail of Dead

"I Turn My Camera On," Spoon

"Theologians," Wilco

"Another Wound," Ponys

"Fast Car," U2

"Ace of Spades," Motörhead

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