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, the station of choice for those jonesing to hear what's happening in local music. Here's the chart documenting what ASU's Original Alternative played over the past week.

1. Fruit Bats - The Ruminant Band
2. Arctic Monkeys - Humbug
3. Grand Archives - Keep in Mind Frankenstein
4. Alice in Chains - Black Gives Way to Blue
5. Vagina Panther - Vagina Panther
6. Jet - Shaka Rock
7. Lhasa - Lhasa
8. Yo La Tengo - Popular Songs
9. Modest Mouse - No One's First and You're Next
10. fun. - Aim and Ignite

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