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Old 04-06-2008, 10:16 PM   #391
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No, I think it totally misses the point of the survivors, actually. I don't want it to be a more popular song vote, I want it to be Bowie albums just like the rest of them.
That's a tired method and it won't work. Do something adventurous with this. Imagine Station To Station against Moonage Daydream in a round. You will never get that will regular Survivor. This will be so much fun, trust me.
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Am I supposed to understand that Pink Floyd and Radiohead didn't have filler?

I think this whole thing is quite contradictory, to be honest.
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Am I supposed to understand that Pink Floyd and Radiohead didn't have filler?

I think this whole thing is quite contradictory, to be honest.
Okay why not a compromise. What if we do go album by album but instead of voting off, we vote something in to the 64 field?
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Whatever we do we can't blow this whole thing off. We on to something great which ever method we choose, I believe.
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Okay why not a compromise. What if we do go album by album but instead of voting off, we vote something in to the 64 field?
I think that works better. I like the field of 64 idea. Just not the multiple choice thing.
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I think that works better. I like the field of 64 idea. Just not the multiple choice thing.
Okay so we have...

1. Poll to determine how many songs from each album.
2. Then we go through each album and vote a song in with how many rounds an album is alotted.
3. We seed our field and make a mediafire folder of all the songs.
4. Then procced.

That sound right?
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Hmmm... that works for me. Good night now!
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Okay so we have...

1. Poll to determine how many songs from each album.
2. Then we go through each album and vote a song in with how many rounds an album is alotted.
3. We seed our field and make a mediafire folder of all the songs.
4. Then procced.

That sound right?
Yes, sounds about right.
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The first step is to make a poll with all the albums and ask which one is their favorite. Make it last for a few days. Every album gets at least one. Then each vote counts for another song.

David Bowie (1967)
Space Oddity (1969)
The Man Who Sold the World (1970)
Hunky Dory (1971)
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1972)
Aladdin Sane (1973)
Pin Ups (1973)
Diamond Dogs (1974)
Young Americans (1975)
Station to Station (1976)
Low (1977)
"Heroes" (1977)
Lodger (1979)
Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps) (1980)
Let's Dance (1983)
Tonight (1984)
Never Let Me Down (1987)
Black Tie White Noise (1993)
Outside (1995)
Earthling (1997)
'hours...' (1999)
Heathen (2002)
Reality (2003)
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I think something like this could work, though I think we should have a couple of other people give their input too, to make sure everyone's down with this method.
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I think something like this could work, though I think we should have a couple of other people give their input too, to make sure everyone's down with this method.
Okay.
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Heroes and Diamond Dogs, amazing, Wow! I love those songs. Heroes, that reminds me of baseball season and the Braves and the movie Moulin Rouge, sorry to you diehard Bowie fans
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And Nature Boy, one of my favorites ever.
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My lady friend wants me to watch Moulin Rouge with her. It's only fair because she watched Big Trouble in Little China and The Big Lebowski with me.

At least with some Bowie, Beck, and Bono in the movie I can find something to like.
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