In case you haven't figured it out, my old file hoster, Netkups has been taken down by the feds. There are still potentially hundreds of dead Netkups links throughout the W/O archives, so if you would like to see something revived give us a shout out. Thanks for your requests. I may be adding a few more later tonight, so watch this space for some add-ons.
Let's Active - Every Dog Has It's Day demos & live in Chicago 1984
The Posies - Broadcasts vols, 4, 5, 6 & 7 (1-3 are also active)
Swell Maps - Whatever Happens Next
The Saints - Monkey Puzzle
The Dice - s/t ep
Catherine - Sparkle 7"
Sideshow - Rust 7"
Helen Keller Plaid - Din
Viola Peacock - The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter & This Way to the Alley...
Drowners - World Record Player
Pitchblende/Swirlies - split 7" & Swirlies demo
The Sugarplastic - Ottawa Bonesaw 7" box, Polly Brown ep, Primitive Plastic, Sheep 7"
The Jigsaw Seen - Shortcut Through Clown Alley
Wild Giraffes - Right Now
Pluto - singles collection
Bum - I Am Superwoman, Make It or Break It, singles
Monsterland - At One With Time ep & Loser Friendly ep
Senator Flux - The Criminal Special, Storyknife & Bake the Candle... ep
Remember Maine - The Last Place You Look
V/A - Trim Crusts If Desired - Cinnamon Toast Records comp
V/A - Fast Product-Mutant Pop
V/A - Epic Presents Unsigned 2
V/A - So Punk, Barely Visible to the Naked Eye
V/A - The Best of the Radio Tokyo Tapes
V/A - More of Our Stupid Noise
(Will) Owsley - live 2/21/99
Semantics - Powerbill demos
Helmet Boy- s/t LP
Bags - Rock Starve
Psi Com -Gila Monster Jamboree, CA 1-5-85
Finger - s/t
Ridel High - Mouthful of You 7"
further - griptape
milf - everybody should stop doing everything
Desperate Hours - ep
Reaction Formation - Galesburg Bound 7"
I-Rails - live 1990
The Wake - ep
Divine Weeks - Through and Through
The Chant - Two Car Mirage & Three Sheets to the Wind
Delusions of Grandeur - Picture Perfect Martyr ep
Loomis - You're No Tiger... & 7"
Shortfall - Hooray for Everything
Drip Tank - Slake
aMINATURE/Drip Tank - split singles
Waves of Grain - The West Was Fun
Gerry Rafferty: Can I Have My Money Back? (Esoteric Recordings) - Gerry Rafferty's 1971 debut album, *Can I Have My Money Back?* was a record that *should* have been a major hit; unfortunately, it was largely ignored, and...
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