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Posted Friday, November 20, 2015 by WLRH News

Our newest music compilation "Local Aliens: Live On-Air Recordings From WLRH" is now on the WLRH Soundcloud page. Local Aliens features some amazing tracks from north Alabama musicians captured during live performances on Morning Blend with Ginny Kennedy and The Invisible City with Brad Posey ... everything from bluegrass to rock to folk to punk and beyond. Hope you enjoy it! Listen for FREE here!

1. Chris Fitts - When I Mop The Floors
2. Kine Blaze - DJ
3. Iron Horse - Just A Dream
4. Alice James - A Room On The Borderline
5. Tony Perdue & the Devestators - Cold Grey Bars
6. Jaeme Case - Time Traveler
7. Mambo Gris Gris - El Pescador
8. Ronnie Ramone - Can I Keep You
9. Cute Goat - Shot In The Back
10. Up Next - Paranoia
11. Heather Kilgore - Wackadoodle
12. Foot Pound Force - TV Kiss
13. Hopeless Jon & The Phantom Fang - Running Wild

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