Culture

WVUM’S top 10

1 STARS

Set Yourself On Fire

2 MASHA QRELLA

Unsolved Remained

3 KEREN ANN

Nolita

4 BOOM BIP

Blue Eyed In The Red Room

5 JENNIFER GENTLE

Valende

6 AMON TOBIN

Chaos Theory

7 LCD SOUNDSYSTEM

LCD Soundsystem

8 PATRICK WOLF

Wind In The Wires

9 IRON AND WINE

Woman King [EP]

10 CROOKED FINGERS

Dignity And Shame

– Chris Bennett

General Manager, WVUM 90.5 FM

March 25, 2005

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