Looking Back on Premillennium Tension

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Eric Rasco, music director, WVUM-FM (90.5)
1. Jim O'Rourke, Eureka (Drag City)
2. Prince Paul, A Prince Among Thieves (Tommy Boy)
3. Flaming Lips, The Soft Bulletin (Warner Bros.)
4. Autechre, ep7 (Warp)
5. Couch, Fantasy (Kitty-Yo)
6. Plone, Plone (Warp)
7. Momus, Stars Forever (Le Grand Magistery)
8. To Rococo Rot, The Amateur View (Mute)
9. Add N to X, Avant Hard (Mute)
10. The Olivia Tremor Control, Black Foliage (Flydaddy)

Frank Falestra, a.k.a Rat Bastard
1. Robert Pollard, Kid Marine (Fading Captain Series)
2. Robert Pollard, Speak Kindly of Your Volunteer Fire Department (Fading Captain Series)
3. Guided by Voices, Do the Collapse (TVT)
4. Cock ESP, We Mean It This Time (Blackbean & Placenta)
5. Laundryroom Squelchers, G-spot Remover (MP3.com)
6. Laundryroom Squelchers, GAIN (MP3.com)
7. Prick Decay, Studies for Postal Orgies (Chocolate Monk)
8. Wrong, The Customer Is Always (Sunship)
9. Various Artists, Color in Absence Sound (Hell's Half Halo)
10. Metalux, III (BE)

Seven, Chocolate Industries record label
1. Mos Def, Black on Both Sides (Rawkus)
2. Stereolab, Cobra and Phases Group (Elektra)
3. Blue Six, Sweeter Love (Wave)
4. Company Flow, Little Johnny from the Hospital (Rawkus)
5. Plaid, Rustproof Clockwork (Warp)
6. Polyrhythm Addicts, Rhythm Related
7. Gang Starr, Full Clip (Virgin)
8. El Captain Funkaho, Atari 2600 (Stone Throw)
9. The Isolationist, Isolationist (Jazz Fudge)
10. Rec Center, Lonely People (Rotten Soil)

Greg "DJ Stryke" Chin
1. Richie Hawtin, Decks, EFX, & 909 (Minus/Novamute)
2. John Beltran/Indio, Indio (Transmat)
3. L.S.G., Into Deep (Superstition)
4. Christian Smith and John Selway, Vanguard (Tronic)
5. Adam Beyer, Protechion (Drumcode)
6. Underworld, Beaucoup Fish (V2)
7. Leftfield, Rhythm and Stealth (Columbia)
8. Sting, Brand New Day (A&M)
9. John Williams, Star Wars Episode One Soundtrack (Sony Classical)
10. Everything But the Girl, Temperamental (Atlantic)

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