(SPECIAL GUEST-HOSTED, EXTRA, EXTRA, EXTRA LONG KELLI'S MUSICAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY EPISODE!) First up, she played "Into the Groove," off of Madonna's Immaculate Collection (iTunes). Next was Nirvana's "School" from their first album, Bleach (iTunes). Then Sonic Youth did "Swimsuit Issue" from Dirty (iTunes).Then Bikini Kill's "New Radio" which can be found on a 45 or on their Singles collection (iTunes). Then she played the UK's Huggy Bear with "Dissthetic Penetration" off of their album, Taking the Rough with the Smooch (Amazon). Next up was Beck's "Cyanide Breathe Mint" off of his album, One Foot in the Grave (Amazon). Then she played DC's Minor Threat with their song, "Small Man, Big Mouth", which is available on their eponymous release (iTunes). Next up was "Gold Sounds," the fantastic song by Pavement from their album Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain (iTunes). Then Morphine's "All Your Way" from their album Yes (iTunes). Next she had Brooklyn's musical ambassadors of love They Might Be Giants with their hit, "Ana Ng" from Lincoln (iTunes). The next track was brought to you from Elliot Smith, dubbed "The Biggest Lie," off of his eponymous record (iTunes). Then she listened to two tracks from the Magnetic Fields' 69 Love Songs trilogy of discs (iTunes) — "Absolutely Cuckoo" and "The Death of Ferdinand de Saussure", respectively. The Neutral Milk Hotel then brought us "Ghost" from their album, The Aeroplane Over the Sea (iTunes). Then, from their album Loveless (iTunes), she played My Bloody Valentine's "When You Sleep." Next Blonde Redhead did "In Particular" from their album, Melody of Certain Damaged Lemons (iTunes). Then she played Beulah with "Silver Lining" from their album The Coast is Never Clear (iTunes). The next song comes to us from Belle and Sebastian from their album, The Boy with the Arab Strap (iTunes) and is titled "Sleep the Clock Around." Next up was the title track from the album Last Match (iTunes) by the Aislers Set. She then played the title track from the album Milk Man (iTunes) by Deerhoof. Next, Scotland's Camera Obscura did "Suspended From Class" from their album, Underachievers Please Try Harder (iTunes). The last track on this loooooonnnnggggg episode (thanks Daniel) was Low's "Laser Beam" off of the fantastically-titled What We Lost in the Fire (iTunes).