Offbeat playlist for 02/08/2013

Program: 
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Bars & Twists
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Intro
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African Rhythms
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Track 27
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As Serious As Your life (Remix) - Four Tet & Guilty Simpson
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One LIttle Indian (Jaydee's hit Remix)
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1 For The Treble & 2 For The Bass
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Track 31
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Dollar
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Woo-Haha!! Got You All In Check (The Jay-Dee Bounce Remix)
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Love ft. Pharoahe Monch
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Fire (demo)
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Track 29
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Track 32
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Think Twice ft. Dwele
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Still Shining (Raow Raow!)
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Microphone Master (Jay Dee Remix) - Das EFX
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Blowin Into Coke Bottles
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Upper Gogypt, Lower Gogypt
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Track 19
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Make It Fast Mega Mix (Unadulterated Mix) ft. Diz Gibran
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Dedication To The Suckers
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Track 11
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She Said (Remix) ft. The Pharcyde
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Hoc N Pucky
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Players
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Circus
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Rico Suave Bossa Nova
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Bass & Keys Duet
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Last Donut of the Night; Donuts (Intro)
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Track 03
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Track 30
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Daylight
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Stakes Is High (Jay Dee Remix)
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Fuck The Police
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Track 26
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KJay and We Out
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Track 14; Track 11
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Beat 5
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History
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Wild; Take Notice
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Don't Nobody Care About Us (Instrumental)
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Battlecry
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Counting Stars
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Kick Push (Nujabes Blend)
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Tsurugi no Mai
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Dead Season
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Silver Morning
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The Take Over (Nujabes Blend)
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Haiku
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Aruarian Dance
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Luv (sic)
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Luv (sic) pt.2
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Luv (sic) pt.3
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Flowers
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Feather
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Eclipse
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Thank You
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Horn in the Middle
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Blessing It (remix)
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Lady Brown
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Kumomi
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Highs 2 Lows
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Think Different
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Steadfast
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Color of Autumn
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Prayer
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Waiting for the Clouds
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Rainy Way Back Home
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City Light
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Fellows
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Spiral
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Far Fowls
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Sky is Tumbling
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Gone are the Days
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Spiritual State
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Dawn on the Side
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The first half of the programming celebrated J Dilla's Birthday (02/07/1974) The second half of programming commemorated February as the month of Nujabes passing.
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