October 8, 2010

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You already know Peanut Butter Wolf’s resume. The greatest Wolf since Tom and possibly Teen has dropped an exclusive mix for the Times. And by exclusive, I mean “for the first 15 minutes before the link is jacked and disseminated without attribution.” After all, this is the Internet, where everyone inhabits glass houses and still throws stones. The mix is excellent — studded with ultra-rare gems that you probably haven’t heard. Taken from .45s that Wolf scooped up over the last ten days and done in promotion for Sunday night’s 10-10-10 win extravaganza. DJ sets from Wolf, Dam-Funk, Madlib, J. Rocc, Mayer Hawthorne,  et. al. I’ll be there if I’m not in Cincinnati or dead from thrombosis — I’m not used to caring about playoff baseball.–Weiss

Tracklist below the jump.

Download:
ZIP: Peanut Butter Wolf-“10.10.10 Mix”

Tracklist:

1. Take Down Your Fences – Dave Goodman & Friends (The Label, 1978)
2. Always On The Horizon- Mitch Cooper (Prismic, 1986)
3. We Have Fed You All For A Thousand Years- Prairie Fire (One Spark Music,
1974)
4. I Know- Tom Browne (GRP 1981)
5. Safety Is A Cootie Wootie- The Residents (Ralph, 1984)
6. Dancin¹ and Prancin¹-The Brothers Johnson (A & M, 1976)
7. Wigs On The Green- Princess Tinymeat (Rough Trade, 1985)
8. Komakino – Joy Division (Vox Pop 1988)
9. Robot Woman- Bronner Brothers (Neighbor, 1984)
10. New Wipeout- Vex Ruffin and the lo-fi Jerkheads (Black Gladiator, 2010)