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Ultimate Mix tape

Postby Vegeta on Fri Jan 20, 2006 3:54 pm

Throw down with your ultimate mix tape tracks. Try to keep it to a maximum of 18-22 tracks.

1) Pete Yorn - "Life on a Chain"
2) Coldplay - "In my Place"
3) Aimee Mann - "Guys Like Me"
4) Saftey in Numbers - "Build and Structure"
5) Queens of the Stone Age - "No One Knows"
6) Only Living Witness - "No Eden"
7) Corrosion of Conformity - "Stare too long"
8) Elliott Smith - "Baby Britain"
9) Badly Drawn Boy - "Once Around the Block"
10) Aimee Mann - "Invisible Ink"
11) The Flaming Lips - "Fight Test"
12) Queens of the Stone Age - "Go with the Flow"
13) Cursive - "Art is Hard"
14) Desaparecidos - "Man and Wife: The Former"
15) Wilco - "Jesus Ect..."
16) A Perfect Cicle - "3 Libras"
17) Elliott Smith - "Fond Farewell"
18) Bright Eyes - "Method Acting"
19) Badly Drawn Boy - "All Possibilities"
20) Queens of the Stone Age - "In the Fade"

I have always been a mix tape junky. This list is actually part of a mix CD I made in late 2002 called "Feeling Minnesota" (ceesy name, but I made right before I moved to Minnesota, so it makes sense). The rest is songs I threw in that I think would have improved it. Maybe I'll remake it someday.

I know I am not the only mix tape junky/juke box hero on the zone... so get busy!
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Re: Ultimate Mix tape

Postby Brocktune on Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:25 pm

Vegeta wrote:This list is actually part of a mix CD I made in late 2002 called "Feeling Minnesota" (ceesy name, but I made right before I moved to Minnesota, so it makes sense).


and the song "outshined" by soundgarden isn't on it because?....
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Postby WinslowLeach on Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:28 pm

ENERGY MIX:

1) Confusion: New Order
2) Six Minutes of Pleasure - Doug E Fresh
3) New Pollution: Beck
4) Cars: Gary Numan
5) I Ran: Flock of Seagulls
6) Ill Stick Around: Foo Fighters
7) Talk To Ya Later: The Tubes
Eight) Mo Money Mo Problems: Biggie/P Diddy/Mase
9) California Love: Dr Dre/Tupac
10) Cinnamon Girl: Neil Young
11) Shake Your Rump: The Beastie Boys
12) Original Sin: INXS
13) Where Did You Go? The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
14) Get It On (Bang A Gong) Power Station
15) Love Is The Drug: Roxy Music
16) Cant You Hear Me Knocking: The Stones
17) I Wanna Know What Youre Thinking: Information Society
Eighteen) September: Earth Wind and Fire
19) Flashlight: P Funk
20) Hollywood: Red Hot Chili Peppers
21) Debaser: The Pixies
22) High Roller: Crystal Method
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Postby Vegeta on Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:30 pm

WinslowLeach wrote:1) Confusion: New Order
2) Six Minutes of Pleasure - Doug E Fresh
3) New Pollution: Beck
4) Cars: Gary Numan
5) I Ran: Flock of Seagulls
6) Ill Stick Around: Foo Fighters
7) Talk To Ya Later: The Tubes
8) Mo Money Mo Problems: Biggie/P Diddy/Mase
9) California Love: Dr Dre/Tupac
10) Cinnamon Girl: Neil Young
11) Shake Your Rump: The Beastie Boys
12) Original Sin: INXS
13) Where Did You Go? The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
14) Get It On (Bang A Gong) Power Station
15) Love Is The Drug: Roxy Music
16) Cant You Hear Me Knocking: The Stones
17) I Wanna Know What Youre Thinking: Information Society
18) September: Earth Wind and Fire
19) Flashlight: P Funk
20) Hollywood: Red Hot Chili Peppers
21) Debaser: The Pixies
22) High Roller: Crystal Method


Lot of good stuff on that one, Winslow!
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Re: Ultimate Mix tape

Postby havocSchultz on Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:45 pm

Vegeta wrote:

This list is actually part of a mix CD I made in late 2002 called "Feeling Minnesota"


the movie was better...
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Re: Ultimate Mix tape

Postby Vegeta on Fri Jan 20, 2006 5:10 pm

havocSchultz wrote:
Vegeta wrote:

This list is actually part of a mix CD I made in late 2002 called "Feeling Minnesota"


the movie was better...


Ouch... them's fighting words :lol:
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Re: Ultimate Mix tape

Postby thomasgaffney on Fri Jan 20, 2006 5:15 pm

Vegeta wrote:
havocSchultz wrote:
Vegeta wrote:

This list is actually part of a mix CD I made in late 2002 called "Feeling Minnesota"


the movie was better...


Ouch... them's fighting words :lol:


I always thought "Hey! Let's fight!" were fighting words.....
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Re: Ultimate Mix tape

Postby cap on Fri Jan 20, 2006 5:17 pm

Vegeta wrote:Throw down with your ultimate mix tape tracks. Try to keep it to a maximum of 18-22 tracks.

1) Pete Yorn - "Life on a Chain"
2) Coldplay - "In my Place"
3) Aimee Mann - "Guys Like Me"
4) Saftey in Numbers - "Build and Structure"
5) Queens of the Stone Age - "No One Knows"
6) Only Living Witness - "No Eden"
7) Corrosion of Conformity - "Stare too long"
8) Elliott Smith - "Baby Britain"
9) Badly Drawn Boy - "Once Around the Block"
10) Aimee Mann - "Invisible Ink"
11) The Flaming Lips - "Fight Test"
12) Queens of the Stone Age - "Go with the Flow"
13) Cursive - "Art is Hard"
14) Desaparecidos - "Man and Wife: The Former"
15) Wilco - "Jesus Ect..."
16) A Perfect Cicle - "3 Libras"
17) Elliott Smith - "Fond Farewell"
18) Bright Eyes - "Method Acting"
19) Badly Drawn Boy - "All Possibilities"
20) Queens of the Stone Age - "In the Fade"

I have always been a mix tape junky. This list is actually part of a mix CD I made in late 2002 called "Feeling Minnesota" (ceesy name, but I made right before I moved to Minnesota, so it makes sense). The rest is songs I threw in that I think would have improved it. Maybe I'll remake it someday.

I know I am not the only mix tape junky/juke box hero on the zone... so get busy!


Sweet list

Gotta find all those now.
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Postby St. Alphonzo on Fri Jan 20, 2006 5:23 pm

Here's the mix I keep coming back to. I love the flow and the tone. It's called "That Certain Feeling":

1) Wave of Mutilation (U.K. Surf Mix) - The Pixies
2) Dry The Rain - Beta Band
3) The Wind Cries Mary - Jimi Hendrix
4) Big Log - Robert Plant
5) Gravity Rides Everything - Modest Mouse
6) Crimson & Clover - Tommy James & The Shondells
7) Rhinoceros - Smashing Pumpkins
8 Take A Picture - Filter
9) Last Train Home - Pat Methany Group
10) Back On My Knees Again - Transvision Vamp
11) You Made Me Feel - Trashcan Sinatras
12) Blue Light - Mazy Star
13) Sweet Thing - Van Morrison
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Postby Brocktune on Fri Jan 20, 2006 5:53 pm

this may be a little ot, but as i dont really make too many mix tapes (or cds) anymore, here are the next 20 tracks that come up on my mp3 player. its on shuffle, and there are about 152 songs on it. here goes....

1. libertine - adam ant
2. forest fire - dead kennedys
3. gorillaz - dare
4. ? - farmers market
5. the great amateurism - rhymester
6. bacoa - martin denny
7. im a worker - polysics
8. it might as well be spring - astrud gilberto
9. california blues - buffalo daughter
10. pee wee herman dance - joeski love
11. statue of liberty - xtc
12. happy nurse - the sugarcubes
13. rebel rebel - seu jorge
14. each life each end - polysics
15. its her factory - gang of four
16. stalk of wheat - they might be giants
17. robo kiss - W
18. mad tiger - peelander z
19. ten year old - mc chris
20. humans - nomeansno
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Postby El Scorcho on Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:15 pm

What the fuck??? No love for Fountains of Wayne???
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Re: Ultimate Mix tape

Postby havocSchultz on Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:16 pm

thomasgaffney wrote:
Vegeta wrote:
havocSchultz wrote:
Vegeta wrote:

This list is actually part of a mix CD I made in late 2002 called "Feeling Minnesota"


the movie was better...


Ouch... them's fighting words :lol:


I always thought "Hey! Let's fight!" were fighting words.....


i always liked the words "I impregnated your girlfriend" as the true to form fighting words...
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Postby Vegeta on Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:41 pm

El Scorcho wrote:What the fuck??? No love for Fountains of Wayne???


I Totally love "Denise"
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Postby Brocktune on Fri Jan 20, 2006 7:18 pm

El Scorcho wrote:What the fuck??? No love for Fountains of Wayne???


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Postby Seppuku on Tue Feb 07, 2006 2:38 am

I just found a CD I compiled for the radio station I occasionally contribute to. This is one reason why I love being in Britain, you can play whatever you want on the radio. John Peel (Gawd rest his soul) would get sent anything by all manner of lo-fi bands, and he'd just chuck it on to his show and expose them to thousands. In the U.S. you've got college radio I guess, but beyond that nothing; you're stuck hearing the same old Billy Idol and Whitney Houston tunes until you die screaming, "If you play that Tainted Love tune one more time I'm gonna explode!" And so you do...

Anyway, here's the line-up:

De La Soul - (A Rollerskating Jam Named) Saturdays

Cranes - Sunrise

And you will know us by the trail of dead - It was there that I saw you

Roy Harper - The Same Old Rock

Julian Cope - Sunspots

Sonny Boy Williamson - Keep it to Yourself

Burning Spear - Black Wa da da

Brian Eno - Cindy Tells Me

The Byrds w/ Gram Parsons - Hickory Wind

The Four Tops - It's the Same Old Song

Junior Murvin - Tedious

My Bloody Valentine - Soft as Snow (But Warm Inside)

Public Enemy - He Got Game

The Fall - I Am Damo Suzuki

Leadbelly - There's A Man Going Round Taking Names

Siouxsie and the Banshees - Nicotine Stain
Dale Tremont Presents...

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Postby doglips on Tue Feb 07, 2006 6:38 am

St. Alphonzo wrote:Here's the mix I keep coming back to. I love the flow and the tone. It's called "That Certain Feeling":

1) Wave of Mutilation (U.K. Surf Mix) - The Pixies
2) Dry The Rain - Beta Band
3) The Wind Cries Mary - Jimi Hendrix
4) Big Log - Robert Plant
5) Gravity Rides Everything - Modest Mouse
6) Crimson & Clover - Tommy James & The Shondells
7) Rhinoceros - Smashing Pumpkins
8 Take A Picture - Filter
9) Last Train Home - Pat Methany Group
10) Back On My Knees Again - Transvision Vamp
11) You Made Me Feel - Trashcan Sinatras
12) Blue Light - Mazy Star
13) Sweet Thing - Van Morrison



Great tunes Alphonzo. I am going to create this mix, I love 2, 7 & 12.
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Postby doglips on Tue Feb 07, 2006 7:58 am

This is my Sunday morning mix, ever changing and I have cut a few tracks out to get it to 22.

When - Vincent Gallo
Powder Blue - Elbow
We Have No Secrets - Carly Simon
Enjoy the Silence - Depeche Mode
Sweet Like A Champion - The Bees
My Drug Buddy - The Lemonheads
This Mess We're In - PJ Harvey
Roads - Portishead
Lonesome tears - Beck
Cylons in Love - Bent
Beetlebum - Blur
Monkey Gone to Heaven - Pixies
M62 song - Doves
Broke - The Beta Band
A While Ago And Recently - Erlend Øye
Hong Kong - Gorillaz
The Staunton Lick - Lemon Jelly
Girl VII - Saint Etienne
Playground love - Air
I Could Have Lied - Red Hot Chili Peppers
1979 - Smashing Pumpkins
Leif Erikson - Interpol
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Mon May 29, 2006 7:17 pm

Here's my latest. As usual, a mix of old and new; rock, funk, soul, hip-hop, indie. Put up links to as many tracks as I could, get 'em before they're taken down!

I Can Sing a Rainbow / Love is Blue - The Dells

The Mighty O - Outkast

Hotel Expressionism - The Streets

At Least - Baby Dayliner

Woman (Avalanches Millstream Remix) - Avalanches

Mr. Me Too - Clipse

Love & Appreciate - Murs

Plenty of Action - Soft Touch, off of Oliver Wang's Bay Area Funk Vol. 2

Underwater - Ghostface Killah

Ebony - Project Soul, off of Oliver Wang's Bay Area Funk Vol. 2

El Mensaje - Los Fabulosos Festivals

Did I Step On Your Trumpet? - Danielson

Wrong Time Capsule - Deerhoof

Three Girl Rhumba - Wire

Jacov's Suite - Tapes 'n Tapes

The Rat - The Walkmen

First Wave Intact - The Secret Machines

Cheated Hearts - Yeah Yeah Yeahs

I Would Hurt a Fly - Built to Spill

The Other Side of Mt. Heart Attack - Liars
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Postby doglips on Mon May 29, 2006 7:20 pm

Ah, The Walkmen - great fucking song, great album. They're new record is supposed to be fucking amazing - looking forward to it.

Thanks for the links KC.
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Postby Ribbons on Mon May 29, 2006 7:43 pm

Links = <3
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Postby Flumm on Mon May 29, 2006 7:44 pm

Keepcoolbutcare wrote:Here's my latest. As usual, a mix of old and new; rock, funk, soul, hip-hop, indie. Put up links to as many tracks as I could, get 'em before they're taken down!

I Can Sing a Rainbow / Love is Blue - The Dells

The Mighty O - Outkast

Hotel Expressionism - The Streets

At Least - Baby Dayliner

Woman (Avalanches Millstream Remix) - Avalanches

Mr. Me Too - Clipse

Love & Appreciate - Murs

Plenty of Action - Soft Touch, off of Oliver Wang's Bay Area Funk Vol. 2

Underwater - Ghostface Killah

Ebony - Project Soul, off of Oliver Wang's Bay Area Funk Vol. 2

El Mensaje - Los Fabulosos Festivals

Did I Step On Your Trumpet? - Danielson

Wrong Time Capsule - Deerhoof

Three Girl Rhumba - Wire

Jacov's Suite - Tapes 'n Tapes

The Rat - The Walkmen

First Wave Intact - The Secret Machines

Cheated Hearts - Yeah Yeah Yeahs

I Would Hurt a Fly - Built to Spill

The Other Side of Mt. Heart Attack - Liars


I cant seem to to tire of listening to new music, I'm guess disposed to want to know more, but out of all the mediums it's generally the thing I have most patience and curiosity with, and as of this moment aswell, no matter what my eyes are currently telling me, I'm gladly drinking it all in. Ugh, especially when it's this fucking good.

Bah, who needs sleep anyway?

As always, the linkage is much appreciated, KC.
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Postby TonyWilson on Mon May 29, 2006 8:01 pm

Songs for train journeys.

Cemented Shoes - My Vitriol
Slow Hands - Interpol
Going Missing - Maximo Park
Personal Jesus - Depeche Mode
Psycho Killer - Talking Heads
Black Gold Blues - Laura Veirs
Louie Louie - The Kinks
Champagne Supernova - Oasis
Do The Whirlwind - Architechture In Helsinki
Don't Bring Me Down - ELO
You Take My Breath Away - The Knife
Nothing But Green Lights - Tom Vek
On Reflection - Herbert
Oh Mandy - The Spinto Band
Our Way To Fall - Yo La Tengo
Suzanne - Weezer
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Postby Coldfire24 on Mon May 29, 2006 8:59 pm

My ultramix tape consists of one song burned 12 times...Scatman by Scatman John
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Postby doglips on Tue May 30, 2006 7:41 am

Coldfire24 wrote:My ultramix tape consists of one song burned 12 times...Scatman by Scatman John


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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Sat Jul 08, 2006 5:16 pm

since this went over pretty well last time, here's a sample of some of the recent mp3's that will (eventually) make it into some mixtape I plan on creating soon.

Enjoy the free music, if you like what ya' hear, try to seek out the artists, they certainly deserve some form of compensation / buzz.

Dub Narcotic Sound System, Shake-a-Puddin'. Part of the SoulSides Summer Song theme, Calvin Johnson barely sings, the drums are flat...but fuck if that ain't a funky 'lil bounce they got goin' on.

Johnny "Guitar" Watson, Space Guitar. I think this is from the 50's. It's amazing how right, how pure, the first rock 'n roll guitar music is.

Luther Thomas and the Human Arts Ensemble, Funky Donkey. WHOA! 20minutes of free jazz funk. Crazed, manic, groovin'...and that's just the first minute!

Eddie Bo, Hook and Sling. Shadow and Chemist used some Eddie Bo on Brainfreeze, and if you don't have either Brainfreeze (45's spun, cut, scratched into a delicious funk meld) or Brainfreeze Breaks (the 45's themselves, in all their glory) your missing out. This funky gem is meant to be blasted from a convertible, wind blowing on yo' face, as you enjoy the summer. You'll be cooler, at any rate.

David Axelrod, Big B Plus. What's that, you haven't heard of David Axelrod? Consider yourself (slightly) informed. Man is a legend, and everything I've ever heard from him has been a pleasure.

Asobi Seksu, Walk on the Moon.
Asobi Seksu, Sooner.
Asobi Seksu, Thursday. A thing of beauty is a joy forever. My man Keats said that. Now look down. Look at your shoes. Gaze at the floor. And feel the MBVesque sound and ethereal beauty of Yuki's voice. First two tracks off their st debut, the last off their latest, released earlier this year.

DeVotchKa, Venus in Furs. Eastern European klezmer / gypsy / polka, crossed with an folkish / undie hip-hop beat has no right to work this well. Sometimes, thru art, the world can be an ok place. Here's proof.

The Futureheads, Skip to the End. Rhythmic garage rock. Not bad, I've got it on a big mix bag of songs that I hit shuffle and walk away from to run errands around the pad, and it's a nice break from my "normal" listening. Hey, it's free.

Cex, Baltimore. I've never been a big fan of Cex (fucking on the other hand...), but he's grown a bit artistically and emotionally with his latest. Drums o' death, tonal changes...interesting.

CSS (Cansei de Ser Sexy), Let's Make Love and Listen to Death From Above.
CSS, This Monday Day 10. Diplo "discovered" them. Kinda fun, and we all know Diplo's got great taste. It'll grow on you. As of yesterday, Pitchfork had a link to SpankRock's remix of Let's Make Love, but the link was busted today. That means I have it, and you don't, suckers!

Well, this list was supposed to keep on goin', but I can't seem to get the links to work properly from Stereogum. But if you can, try to get the three Juana Molina tracks. Purty. And if the Rhymefest link is working, best jump on that bandwagon NOW. His album drops on the 11th, and if you like Kanye, you'll adore him, 'specially the duet with ODB (RIP) on a remake of Build Me Up. Big Baby Jesus croons the chorus, and suffice it say, it's genius.
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Postby doglips on Sat Jul 08, 2006 6:31 pm

Fuck, thanks for taking the time to put those links up KC, I am currently listening to Asobi Seksu - brilliant.
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Sat Jul 08, 2006 6:37 pm

thedoglippedone wrote:Fuck, thanks for taking the time to put those links up KC, I am currently listening to Asobi Seksu - brilliant.


no problem.

I know I'm a bit of an insensitvie d00che when it comes to handing out praise, IPAMPILASH's, condolences, birthday wishes, general geniality and such. I wish I could open up more, but it's just not me.

But I consider all of you to be friends, and I always do things for my mates.

and I told myself I wasn't gonna cry...
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Postby doglips on Sat Jul 08, 2006 6:40 pm

Oh alright, a dollar 20 tonight as your upset.

Let me just tie the new issue of Runaways to my head.
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Sat Jul 08, 2006 6:50 pm

thedoglippedone wrote:Oh alright, a dollar 20 tonight as your upset.

Let me just tie the new issue of Runaways to my head.


HAHAHA!

But I gotta warn ya', I lust for Nico. Fair warning, I'll only be able to last 30seconds tonight...
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Postby doglips on Mon Jul 10, 2006 6:54 pm

Pitchfork have stolen our idea! Well not really, but they are doing an infinite mixtape. First up is their best tracks of the year so far, plenty of free mp3 goodness here.
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Postby St. Alphonzo on Mon Jul 10, 2006 8:01 pm

thedoglippedone wrote:Pitchfork have stolen our idea! Well not really, but they are doing an infinite mixtape. First up is their best tracks of the year so far, plenty of free mp3 goodness here.


Sweet!!! Thank you Dog! Neko Case, Band of Horses, Mission Of Burma... diggin' it. I've got a flight tomorrow, and now I'll have some new stuff to listen to!
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Postby Flumm on Mon Jul 10, 2006 8:07 pm

Sweet turkey drumsticks!

I'm only really familliar with Neko's record, and perhaps a couple of others looking at it, so I'm lapping this up and no mistake.

Thanks for the lookout, matey.
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Mon Jul 10, 2006 8:31 pm

thedoglippedone wrote:Pitchfork have stolen our idea! Well not really, but they are doing an infinite mixtape. First up is their best tracks of the year so far, plenty of free mp3 goodness here.


that's gonna save me a lot of time and effort...
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Postby doglips on Tue Jul 11, 2006 4:11 am

The Camera Obscura track is the best there, for me.
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Postby zarandi on Tue Jul 11, 2006 7:29 am

Um here are a few, some from film scores, some normal songs :D

1. Terje Rydpal - Last Nite (off the Heat OST).
2. The Beatles - Elanor Rigby.
3. Ennio Morricone - Deborah's Theme (Once Upon A Time In America).
4. Led Zeppelin - Rain Song.
5. Roxy Music - More Than This.
6. The Rolling Stones - Jumping Jack Flash.
7. Thelonius Monk - April In Paris.
8. Nightranger - Sister Christian (On Awesome Mix Tape in Boogie Nights!)
9. Pantera - Cemetery Gates.
10. Average White Band - Pick Up The Pieces.
11. Run DMC - It's Like That.
12. Simon And Garfunkel - I am A Rock.
13. Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride
14. The Who - Emminence Front
15. Glenn Miller - Moonlight Serenade.
16. Frank Sinatra - September Song.
17. Eric Clapton - I Looked Away.
18. Muse - Hysteria
19. The Prodigy - Funky Shit.
20. Jeff Beck - High Ho Silver Lining.


There are 1000's more, but oh well.
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Tue Jul 18, 2006 6:01 pm

New Roots, Game Theory...

and it's the hottest thing they've dropped in a long while.

It kicks off with some mellow instrumentals and the chorus ("this is a game, and I'm your spec-E-main"). At about 45secs ?uestlove starts the funk, and 10seconds later BlackThought comes in angrier and hungrier than he's been in years.

"Dreams of M-16's with infrared beams /
blowin' up President's cribs with cans of kerosene"

"I'm from Illadell / the land where the killas dwell"

kinda just ends, I imagine on the album it bleeds into the next track, but I coulda listened to 10 more minutes of that track.
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Postby Keepcoolbutcare on Tue Jul 18, 2006 6:12 pm

and while I'm on the hip-hop tip, if you don't have these stone cold classics from influential 5%ers, "conscious" rappers Poor Righteous Teachers, consider yourself informed. Contemporaries of the Native Tongues, a mellower version of Public Enemy, they unfortunately, like many others, got swept to the wayside when the West Coast Gangsta Rap blew the fuck up.

Time to Say Peace.

Rock dis Funky Joint.

Oh yeah, the bangin'est crate diggin' mofo is BACK! Cocaine Blunt$ lives, and teh web is a better place for it.
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