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[29 Jan 2010 | No Comment | ]
You Say Party!

Before their first tour I met Stephen, the bass player and told me he used to drive a van or a bus and was an avid listener of CiTR and The Morning After Show. He said the show made his morning better.

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[31 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
Playlist december 29 Last show of the year

Playlist last show of the year, we got Vancouver local, japanese, Hungarian, English, French bands, really cool show. Your future favourite song is right here. Every Tuesday at 11:30 AM Vancouver time 101.9 FM www.citr.ca Podcast the show.

We started the show with Vancouver bands, first the Landronauts with the song Stain from the album Come clean,

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[20 Dec 2009 | No Comment | ]
You Say Party We Say Die!

British Columbia’s You Say Party! We Say Die! (aka YSP!WSD!) are back! Having reinvented themselves with their spirited style of New-Wave, and a new depth of material, the band is excited to announce the details of their much-anticipated third release, XXXX, out on Paper Bag Records. YSP!WSD! has embraced soul, feeling, and rhythm while still bearing the tenets of their original sound, which caused critics around the globe to embrace the band’s first two albums, Hit the Floor! and Lose All Time.

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[11 Nov 2009 | No Comment | ]
PLAYLIST FOR NOVEMBER 10th www.citr.ca

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November 10th. We started with……
De Lorean a Basque band relocated in Barcelona, the album is called into the Plateau and we heard a couple of songs, Soon which says that don´t be afraid, everything is going to end up soon. The other song was Metropolis death.
This is a cover of The Gossip by two Spanish bands, Arizona Baby and LA, its a song that lifts you off your seat. Standing in the way of control. Its starts kind of country and evolves into a frenzy of sounds.
We heard Vetusta Morla …