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Are You Imported? (NEW EPISODE NOW AVAILABLE)

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Chris & Georgena Taylor present Imported (airs Sundays @ midnight on WKMS-FM) or On-Demand here.

In this episode we start off en espanol, playing some Los Bunkers (Chile) and The Pinker Tones (Spain). We dabble with some Chinese pop music and some Russian psychadelic-electronica / demented Mario Paint tune… One of Georgena’s faves The Noisettes rock out; and a German singer covers a Linkin Park song in some opera-ish glory. We ❤ hearing from you: importedwkms@gmail.com

<< LISTEN TO IMPORTED IN THIS CONVIENTLY SMALL POP-OUT WINDOW >>

| PLAYLIST  (artist/album/song) |

Los Bunkers – Vida De Perros – Ven Aqui
The Pinker Tones – Modular – Estirado Al Sol
Don Omar – Danza Kuduro – Danza Kuduro
Beto Cuevas – Miedo Escenico – Algo
Oleg Kostrow – V Tri Ruki – In Three Hands
Oleg Kostrow – Russkie Wig-Out! Demented Surf / Electro / Exotica from Behind the Iron Curtain – Zivel 25
Ketsumeishi – Ketsu No Police 5 – Sayonara Mata Ne
Kary Ng – Kary 18 CUTS – Lady K
Jolin Tsai – Dancing Diva – Wu Niang
Digitalism – Idealism – Idealistic
The Noisettes – What’s The Time Mr Wolf? – Don’t Give Up
Peter, Bjorn & John – Writer’s Block – The Chills
Angelzoom – Angelzoom – Crawling (Linkin Park Cover)
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the morning cram [no going home edition]

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Areas of Northern Japan may be hazardous for years.

NPR reports areas around the Fukushima power plant may be uninhabitable for a long time.

Kentucky~  Murray State was named to the World’s Best Colleges list for the 21st time in a row.  Nine Amish men are going to jail in Graves County. WKCTC named one of the 10 best Community Colleges in the nation. Bill Monroe’s birthday is today and they’re celebrating big time at the International Bluegrass Museum. The Commonwealth focuses on cleaning up next week.

Tennessee~ Clarksville announces a transitional house for homeless veterans. The Tennessee State Library has discovered documents from white soldiers serving in a black regiment in the Civil War.