I Need These Three MP3s

MP3sI'm looking for a few MP3s. It's a little project I'm working on to spread my love of Canada to Fukuoka, Japan. I'll explain more on Monday, but for now I need...

  • The Diodes - Tired of Waking Up Tired
  • The Demics - New York City
  • Rheostatics - Record Body Count

Yeah, I'm surprised I don't have that Rheostatics track too. The other two are sorta obscure, but I'm sure somebody out there has them digitized.

Let me know if you can help a brother out.

Update: You guys are awesome. Thanks to Jason for dropping the links and Miss Parker for checking her referral log and clicking over to see where the hits were coming from. In less than 12 hours I received the Diodes and Demics tracks form Miss Parker and the Rheostatics track from Brian. Rob had the Diodes track, too. Miss Parker's great blog can be found here.

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I have The Diodes - Tired of Waking Up Tired.
It's 3.5Mb how would you like it delivered?

June 28, 2008 @ 9:21 PM


Was checking hits on my blogspot and tracked back to here (Hi Jason!). I uploaded "Tired of Waking up Tired" here:


Sorry I can't help out with the other two, but I'll bet Ralph over at Mars Bar Theatre can.

June 28, 2008 @ 9:28 PM

Toronto Mike

Awesome, one down and only two to go! Thanks guys...

I'm still hunting for:
# The Demics - New York City
# Rheostatics - Record Body Count

June 28, 2008 @ 9:34 PM


One more...I found and uploaded The Demics - New York City here:



June 28, 2008 @ 10:48 PM


rheos here:


this song and "claire" my two favorites from the rheostatics

June 29, 2008 @ 12:19 AM

Toronto Mike

You guys are awesome. I thank you and Fukuoka, Japan thanks you.

I now have 100 of 100 songs from my top 100 Canadian songs list. http://www.torontomike.com/2007/07/top_100_canadian_songs_the_def.html

I've also added 2 more blogs to my RSS feed...

June 29, 2008 @ 9:31 AM


If you want any other song from The Demics, head over to CHRW's London Music Archives. They have just about every album released by a London-area band from the last 40 years.


July 1, 2008 @ 3:07 PM

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