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BitchTapes: Extended NYE Edition!

It seems only fitting that I'm able to help Bitchtapes ring in the new year. For me, the '00s (I still haven't figured out what I want to call this decade) started with an actual mixed tape from a new friend, who has since been through the ringer with me. And in thinking about it today, I've realized that my very favorite people have won me over with mixes, even recently. So, here is my little gift for all of you to help start off something good.

Rather than do any kind of decade retrospective or theme here, this one is kind of all over the map...a little bit sparkly, a little dark, a little sloppy, with a trumpet here and there. Just what I would hope for in the new year. Friends new and old, cheers to what the next decade will bring...

Tracks: Clementine (Washington...with an adorable video)

Carry the Zero (Built to Spill)

Lust for life (Girls)

Fascination (David Bowie)

U Should Know Better (Robyn & Snoop Dogg)

How Do You Let a Good Man Down (Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings)

I Cut Like a Buffalo (The Dead Weather)

Gimme Some (Grupo Fantasma)

Super Good, Pts. 1 & 2 (Myra Barnes)

Livin' For the City (The Dirtbombs)

Treat Me Like Your Mother (The Dead Weather)

ManWomanBoogie (Q-Tip feat. Amanda Diva)

The Way We Lived (Wax Tailor featuring Sharon Jones)

Any Colour You Like (The Flaming Lips & Stardeath and White Dwarfs)

Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On) (Talking Heads)

All Day Love Affair (Cee-Lo)

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Love the mix tapes!

I loved the Christmas one (not sure if that was by you) and this one is great too....already downloaded Clementine. Keep rocking!

a month later and i'm STILL

a month later and i'm STILL LISTENING TO THIS MIX. thanks, kristin!