EDIT: new link - http://www.mediafire.com/?0mpmy3edj1k
1. Lydia Loveless – "33"
2. The Beatdowns – "Disconnected Girl"
3. The Woosley Band – "My Favorite Architect"
4. Judas Cow – "This Fall from Grace"
5. The Secret Admirers – "Anytime at All"
6. The Favors – "All Grown Up"
7. Church of the Red Museum – "Durham R.I.P."
8. Lo-Pan – "Must Miss"
9. Paper Airplane – "Steps"
10. Jon Chinn – "Go Back"
11. Zachary Allan Starkey – "Solitaire"
12. Earwig – "Romantic/Dyslexic"
13. The Loyal Divide – "Lights"
14. MORS Ontologica – "Washington Beach"
15. Spanish Prisoners – "How the Fallen Fell"
16. The Bygones – "Landslide"
17. Yummy Fight – "Radio"
18. Saint Paul and His Coalition of the Willing – "Everyone is Wrong (Again)"
19. Winter Makes Sailors – "Take Me West"
20. Joey Blackheart and the Gallows – "Don't Run"
21. The Main Street Gospel – "All Your Love is Gone"
22. Magic City – "OH/IO (Washington Beach Party)"
Sabbath fans should have recognized the cover art.
Lizard from Earwig played the part of Ozzy on the cover (whether he knew it or not)
My personal favorites:
* Lydia Loveless - A "friend" said that with a $10,000 PR budget you could turn her into an "outlaw Neko Case" or the long lost granddaughter of Loretta Lynn and I agree 100%.
* The Woosley Band - I don't understand why this band doesn't have a bigger following in Columbus. They should be opening the Buffalo Tom reunion tour and should be releasing CDs on Undertow or Yep Roc.
* The Secret Admirers - Fuck. Jonny5 sounds like early '90s Alice Cooper on this track and that my friends is AWESOME.
* Lo-Pan - My first exposure to this band was when Skot sent me this track to use on OH CRAP. HOLY CRAP, more like it. Groovy, stoner grunge-hardcore. I'm a believer.
* The Loyal Divide - I already described this track as Modest Mouse covering The Cure. I truly hope they keep things going because this is a band that can break out of Columbus and do things at a national level.
* Winter Makes Sailors - Whether he's playing guitar in Kopaz, fronting Melty Melty, or doing stuff solo, Sean Gardner is one of my favorite local musicians and I hope that he puts out a full length of Winter Makes Sailors stuff because what I've heard is AMAZING.
* Judas Cow - I thought I read on here once that they were an instrumental band so I was surprised when Coydog sent me an MP3 with vocals that sounded like Sparklehorse. I'm anxiously awaiting a full length from these guys.
* Yummy Fight - Rap rock? Not on the OH CRAP track. It's a straight-up rocker that I can't get out of my head.
Of course, tracks by "old" standbys like Earwig, Jon Chinn, The Favors, etc. blew me away too but I already know about their awesomeness and if you don't, well, you're missing out.
If you dig what you hear, send friends the link to download OH CRAP VOL.4. I didn't put it together to make any money. I'm truly interested in exposing people to music they haven't heard before (for the record, prior to collecting all the songs, I had only heard 7 of the songs so most of this was new to even me). Hopefully Lo-Pan fans can dig the quiet, singer-songwriter stuff that Sean does with Winter Makes Sailors and vice versa.