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Desert Island VIII Master List, Part Three

Again, sorry for the delay in getting Part Three going. We'll try to zoom through these and get to Part Four by the end of next week or so.

To start us off, prepare to be cobbled. In fact, I'm surprised he didn't call his playlist "Friggin' Cobbler"...


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1. The Rolling Stones – “Sympathy for the Devil” – Beggars Banquet (6:19)
2. David Bowie – “Watch That Man” – Aladdin Sane (4:30)
3. The National – “Abel” – Alligator (3:37)
4. Broken Social Scene – “Ibi Dreams of Pavement (A Better Day)” – Broken Social Scene (4:28)
5. Los Campesinos! – “2007, The Year Punk Rock Broke My Heart” – Hold On Now, Youngster… (4:44)
6. Tame Impala – “Alter Ego” – Innerspeaker (4:48)
7. Crowded House – “When You Come” – Temple of Low Men (4:44)
8. Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls – “Leaps and Bounds” – Gossip (3:25)
9. Georgia Fair – “Picture Frames” – Georgia Fair EP (2:59)
10. Nick Drake – “Man in a Shed” – Five Leaves Left (3:55)
11. Paul Dempsey – “Out The Airlock” – Everything is True (3:36)
12. Bob Seger – “Travellin’ Man” – Beautiful Loser (2:41)
13. The Beatles – “Here Comes the Sun” – Abbey Road (3:06)
14. Brian Eno – “Everything Merges With The Night” – Another Green World (2:41)
15. Coldplay – “Don’t Panic” – Parachutes (2:17)
16. Pavement – “Here” – Slanted & Enchanted (3:56)
17. Radiohead – “Fake Plastic Trees” – The Bends (4:51)
18. The Flaming Lips – “The Abandoned Hospital Ship” – Clouds Taste Metallic (3:39)
Elapsed time – 1:10:54

1. Jay-Z – “Public Service Announcement (Interlude)” – The Black Album (2:53)
2. Cee-Lo Green – “Bodies” – The Lady Killer (3:44)
3. Outkast – “Aquemini” – Aquemini (4:50)
4. Massive Attack – “Be Thankful For What You Got” – Blue Lines (4:10)
5. De La Soul – “Eye Know” – 3 Feet High and Rising (4:13)
6. Gorillaz – “Empire Ants (ft. Little Dragon)” – Plastic Beach (4:44)
7. Ice Cube – “It Was a Good Day” – The Predator (4:20)
8. N.W.A. – “Real Niggaz Don’t Die” – Niggaz4life (3:43)
9. 2Pac – “Hit ‘Em Up (ft. Outlawz)” – How Do U Want It [Single] (5:12)
10. Nas – “N.Y. State of Mind” – Illmatic (4:54)
11. F. Stokes and Lazerbeak – “Soul Clap” – Death of a Handsome Bride (3:07)
12. DJ Shadow – “Why Hip-Hop Sucks in ‘96” – Endtroducing… (0:39)
13. Kanye West – “Flashing Lights (ft. Dwele)” – Graduation (4:00)
14. 50 Cent – “Hate it or Love it [Remix] (ft. G-Unit)” – The Massacre (4:24)
15. Big Boi – “Shine Blockas (ft. Gucci Mane)” – Sir Lucious Left Foot (3:46)
16. R. Kelly – “Ignition Remix” – Chocolate Factory (3:05)
17. Hot Chip – “Bad Luck” – Coming on Strong (4:03)
18. LCD Soundsystem – “Home” – This is Happening (7:53)
Elapsed time – 1:13:32

Total time – 2:24:26


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Jouissance



At its thematic core, this list is about experiencing visceral pleasures to the fullest. You know, those "animalistic" desires we don't dare speak aloud. Sex, drugs, dancing; it's all here. Party down, folks.

How Does It Feel?
1. B.O.B. - "Beast Mode" - No Genre (3:12)
2. Teen Daze - "Four More Years" - Four More Years (3:13)
3. Dam-Funk - "Hood Pass Intact" - Toeachizown (5:01)
4. Prince - "Head" - Dirty Mind (4:45)
5. Beck - "Sexx Laws" - Midnite Vultures (3:40)

Bass Bangin'
6. Hot Chip - "Ready for the Floor" - Made in the Dark (3:53)
7. Justin Timberlake - "Sexyback" - Futuresex/Lovesounds (4:03)
8. Usher - "Yeah!" - Confessions (4:10)
9. Missy Elliott - "Work It" - Under Construction (4:59)
10. N.E.R.D. - "She Wants to Move" - Fly or Die (3:34)
11. UGK - "Int'l Players Club (I Choose You)" - Underground Kingz (4:19)
12. Grizzly Bear - "Knife (Girl Talk Remix)" - Yellow House (4:42)

From the Westside, With Love
13. 2Pac - "California Love (Original Version)" - Greatest Hits (4:45)
14. Dr. Dre - "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang" - The Chronic (3:58)
15. Snoop Dogg - "Gin and Juice" - Doggystyle (3:32)
16. Dom Kennedy - "Choose Up" - From the Westside, With Love (3:19)

I Blow It By the O (this section's for Travis and Ashley, who love to kid me about my own constant blowing of smoke )
17. Kid Cudi - "Wild'n Cuz I'm Young" - Man on the Moon II: The Legend of Mr. Rager (4:16)
18. Ab-Soul - "Pass the Blunt" - Longterm 2: Lifestyles of the Broke and Almost Famous
19. Freddie Gibbs - "Personal OG" - Str8 Killa EP
20. Lil' Wayne - "Kush" - Tha Carter III Bonus Disc
21. Wiz Khalifa - "Smoker Face" - single track release (3:02)
22. Atmosphere - "Feel Good Hit of the Summer 2" - Leak at Will EP (2:16)

These Waves...are Chill, Bro
23. jj - "Ecstasy" - N°2 (3:33)
24. Neon Indian - "Deadbeat Summer" - Psychic Chasms (4:03)
25. Washed Out - "Get Up" - Life of Leisure EP (3:01)
26. Tegan and Sara - "Alligator (Toro y Moi Remix)" - Alligator single (4:08)
27. Memory Tapes - "Stop Talking" - Seek Magic (7:05)
28. Toro y Moi - "Left Alone at Night (Original)" - Left Alone at Night single (3:11)

The (Electronica) Party Goes On
29. Koushik - "Buttaflybeat" - Out My Window (1:02)
30. Four Tet - "As Serious As Your Life" - Rounds (4:49)
31. Flying Lotus - "GNG BNG" - Los Angeles (3:39)
32. Baths - "Maximalist" - Cerulean (3:20)
33. Maximum Balloon - "Groove Me" - Maximum Balloon (3:45)
34. Lupe Fiasco - "The Show Goes On" - The Show Goes On single (4:00)

Total: 132:38


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A Trick of the Light



With this list, I'm just glad that I got it done, if you all like it, that's even better. It's probably my most cohesive list, and I enjoy it a lot. It's very indicative of what I've been listening to in the last year, above anything else, which is what I love so much about DI. Each list I make seems to catch me in the middle of some strange transitional period, and nailing down what I like, even for myself, becomes quite the task.

And of course, since I've never been happier in all of my life, this is probably the most depressing list I've made yet. What can I say, there's a reason I like The National. Have fun!

1. Supertramp - "Take the Long Way Home" - Breakfast in America (5:10)
2. Bruce Springgsteen - "Downbound Train" - Born in the U.S.A. (3:37)
3. Simple Minds - "Alive and Kicking" - Glittering Prize 81/92 (4:47)
4. When in Rome - "The Promise" - When in Rome (3:40)
5. ABC - "Be Near Me" - How to be A ...Zillionare (3:35)
6. Erasure - "Ship of Fools" - The Innocents (4:02)
7. The Psychedelic Furs - "Heartbreak Beat" - Midnight To Midnight (5:11)
8. The Cure - "Charlotte Sometimes" - Faith (4:13)
9. The Chameleons - "Monkeyland" - Script of the Bridge (5:25)
10. The Church - "Reptile" - Starfish (4:57)
11. Midnight Oil - "The Dead Heart" - Diesel and Dust (5:11)
12. The Triffids - "A Trick of the Light" - Calenture (3:51)
13. Talking Heads - "And She Was" - Little Creatures (3:39)
14. The Jesus and Mary Chain - "April Skies" - Darklands (4:01)
15. Catherine Wheel - "Strange Fruit" - Chrome (3:08)
16. My Bloody Valentine - "When You Sleep" - Loveless (4:12)
17. Cocteau Twins - "Wolf in the Breast" - Heaven or Las Vegas (3:32)
18. Wild Nothing - "Drifter" - Gemini (3:33)
19. Slowdive - "Celia's Dream" - Just For A Day (4:06)
20. Chapterhouse - "If You Want Me" - Whirlpool (2:42)
21. U2 - "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses" - Achtung Baby (5:17)
22. Galaxie 500 - "Temperature's Rising" - Today (5:09)
23. Ride - "Vapour Trail" - Nowhere (4:19)
24. Kanye West - "All of the Lights (Interlude)" - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (1:02)
25. The New Pornographers - "The Bleeding Heart Show" - Twin Cinema (4:27)
26. Frightened Rabbit - "Skip the Youth" - The Winter of Mixed Drinks (6:19)
27. The National - "Slow Show" - Boxer (4:10)
28. Yo La Tengo - "Autumn Sweater" - I Can Hear the Heart Beating As One (5:18)
29. Echo & The Bunnymen - "My Kingdom" - Ocean Rain (4:05)
30. Big Country - "I Walk the Hill" - The Seer (3:31)
31. The Stone Roses - "Waterfall" - The Stone Roses (4:39)
32. Blitzen Trapper - "Laughing Lover" - Destroyer of the Void (3:10)
33. Band of Horses - "Laredo" - Infinite Arms (3:15)
34. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - "Soemthing Good Coming" - Mojo (4:11)
35. Fleetwood Mac - "Landslide" - Fleetwood Mac (3:20)
36. Sufjan Stevens - "Casimir Pulaski Day" - Illinois (5:54)
37. Arcade Fire - "Suburban War" - The Suburbs (4:45)
38. Smashing Pumpkins - "Tonight Tonight" - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (4:16)

Total Runtime:

2:39:22


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Time Is A Train...

For this list, I employed the concept of time travel. The list is broken up into four sections - 1984, 2010, 1974, and 1994 - and bookended in the year 1965. Each section is populated with songs from the time period between the title year and five years previously(i.e., 1984 is 1979-1984, etc). The idea is that you're zapping through a handful of different years in the last five decades and hearing a small mix of music in each of those years, and if you went to any given year and turned on the radio, you wouldn't just hear music from that year, but from the recent years before it as well. The exact years/periods I picked, as well as the five-year timespan each period encompasses, are arbitrary, and were chosen because they best allowed me to use much of the songs I wanted to use. Also, I didn't use every available year in each section - for example, the 2005-2010 section actually only uses stuff from 2008-2010.

As for the music itself, I didn't put any limitations on genre or style or mood. A song only had to meet two criteria to be on the list - be a good song, and be from the appropriate time period. I tried to make each section somewhat diverse in terms of sound, I didn't want any section to sound the same all the way through. The sections aren't equal in terms of number of tracks, but are somewhat equal in terms of total length, except for 1989-1994, which is longer because I included two pretty long tracks(Phish and Jane's Addiction) that I think are good enough to warrant their length(the RHCP track is pretty long too, and I know RHCP isn't very popular here, but I love the extended instrumental outro of the song so much, especially to end that section, I had to use it).

You can listen to this in sections if you want, but it's meant to be listened to in one shot. I've intentionally made some of the transitions between the last track in one section and the first track in the next section sort of clash with one another, sort of abrupt, in an attempt to simulate very suddenly exiting one year and entering another. I've also put the periods in non-chronological order, in the hope that going from 1984 to 2010, or 1974 to 1994, would make the transition more noticeable than going from 1974 to 1984 to 1994, etc.

The whole thing is bookended by two tracks from before anything else on the list. The idea is that the time traveler is from 1965 and will be going into the future over the course of the list. The first track is Lover's Concerto, which is based on Bach's Minuet in G major, and is a very upbeat, lightweight pop song that sounds very of-its-time. The last track is Telstar, by a band called the Tornados. It is an instrumental(the Tornados only made instrumental music), and it has a very futuristic(relative to 1962 when it was recorded) sound to it.

What I envisioned in creating the list is that you start in 1965 with a lightweight pop song that sounds like it's from 1965, hear all this music from future time periods, and then at the end you get back to 1965 and hear this instrumental piece from 1962, that has kind of a wondrous feeling to it, a feeling of possibility, that sounds like it's looking towards much of the music of the future (after everything had changed by the end of the 60s) that you just finished listening to. I discovered this song in the end credits of a season 2 episode of Mad Men, and ever since I decided on this concept for a playlist, I knew I was going to use it and possibly end with it. Additional fun fact: The Tornados' rhythm guitarist was George Bellamy, father of Matt Bellamy.

That's about it. Hope you like it.

1965 (1960-1965)
1. The Toys - "A Lover's Concerto" - A Lover's Concerto Single (2:39)

1984 (1979-1984)
2. Talking Heads - "Air" - Fear Of Music (3:34)
3. Depeche Mode - "Blasphemous Rumours" - The Singles 81<85 (5:09)
4. Men At Work - "Down Under" - Business As Usual (3:46)
5. Julian Lennon - "Valotte" - Valotte (4:17)
6. The Alan Parsons Project - "Old And Wise" - Eye In The Sky (4:55)
7. ABBA - "The Winner Takes It All" - Super Trouper - (4:55)
8. Patti Smith - "Frederick" - Wave (3:05)
9. Metallica - "(Anesthesia) - Pulling Teeth" - Kill'Em'All (4:15)

2010 (2005-2010)
10. Robyn - "Indestructible" - Body Talk (3:41)
11. LCD Soundsystem - "All I Want" - This Is Happening (6:42)
12. Arcade Fire - "Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)" - The Suburbs (5:26)
13. Muse - "United States Of Eurasia (+ Collateral Damage)" - The Resistance (5:48)
14. Camera Obscura - "Careless Love" - My Maudlin Career (4:35)
15. Grizzly Bear - "Foreground" - Veckatimest (3:29)
16. MGMT - "Of Moons, Birds, & Monsters" - Oracular Spectacular (4:47)

1974 (1969-1974)
17. Jimi Hendrix - "Room Full Of Mirrors" - Rainbow Bridge (3:17)
18. David Bowie - "Rock 'n' Roll With Me" - Diamond Dogs (4:02)
19. Cat Stevens - "Wild World" - Tea For The Tillerman (3:20)
20. Carole King - "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" - Tapestry (4:14)
21. Roberta Flack - "Killing Me Softly With His Song" - Killing Me Softly (4:50)
22. John Lennon - "Oh My Love" - Imagine (2:46)
23. Stevie Wonder - "I Believe (When I Fall In Love)" - Talking Book (4:51)
24. The Doors - "Touch Me" - The Soft Parade (3:12)
25. The Beatles - "I Want You (She's So Heavy)" - Abbey Road (7:47)

1994 (1989-1994)
26. Counting Crowes - "Mr. Jones" - August And Everything After (4:29)
27. Neneh Cherry & Youssou N'Dour - "7 Seconds" - 7 Seconds Single (6:23)
28. Jeff Buckley - "Grace" - Grace (5:22)
29. Phish - "The Divided Sky" - Junta (11:57)
30. Jane's Addiction - "Three Days" - Ritual De Lo Habitual (10:49)
31. Red Hot Chili Peppers - "Sir Psycho Sexy" - BloodSugarSexMagic (8:17)

1965 (1960-1965)
32. The Tornados - "Telstar" - Telstar Single (3:17)

Total Runtime: 159:37 / 2:39:37
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Some great looking lists here. Can't wait to hear them.
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i see downbound train


those are some good-looking lists. i can tell looking at it i'm probably going to feel the same about cobbler's part 2 as much as he did about my part 1, but we'll see. definitely gonna be interesting.
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You see "Downbound Train" I see, "Shit, I have the wrong version of [song], fuck, now my list is too long, what do I do? Oh wait, this Bruce Springsteen song isn't my FAVORITE by him, and there's other songs I could use, and lookee there, "Downbound Train" isn't too long, and I love that song. Let's do this thing."
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these all look fucking awesome! especially that cobl04 user's list, his tastes look sublime.

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He used Everything Merges With The Night, so he can't be all bad.
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I Blow It By the O (this section's for Travis and Ashley, who love to kid me about my own constant blowing of smoke )
I just noticed this . I'm not sure if I myself have ever eluded to your smoke rings or not, but rest assured, mental Cassie always has them.
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i'll be quiet now. sorry.

13. 2Pac - "California Love (Original Version)" - Greatest Hits (4:45)
14. Dr. Dre - "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang" - The Chronic (3:58)
15. Snoop Dogg - "Gin and Juice" - Doggystyle (3:32)

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I just noticed this . I'm not sure if I myself have ever eluded to your smoke rings or not, but rest assured, mental Cassie always has them.
If your mental conception of me always has smoke rings, then I have done my job properly.

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i'll be quiet now. sorry.

13. 2Pac - "California Love (Original Version)" - Greatest Hits (4:45)
14. Dr. Dre - "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang" - The Chronic (3:58)
15. Snoop Dogg - "Gin and Juice" - Doggystyle (3:32)

Thanks! And, dude. Wait until you hear how well that Dom Kennedy song fits with the G-funk West Coast sound too.

Oh, and don't think I didn't see that "Soul Clap" slipped into your list. I'm excited to hear the context in which you place it.
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Highlight: The five song stretch of Cee Lo Green through Gorillaz.

Favorite Aspect: The playlist was filled with great stretchs of songs.

Other Things I Liked:
1. The stretch of Brain Eno, Coldplay and Pavement.
2. Pretty much the entire first disc (with the expection of Radiohead)
3. The closing two tracks.
4. Even though it was only 39 seconds long I liked the DJ Shadow track.
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thanks screw!! i am genuinely thrilled that you enjoyed it so much (i'm guessing, with the exclusion of the gangsta rap on disc two. but there's going to be about only two or three others who enjoy that anyway )

if you enjoyed that DJ Shadow track, definitely check Entroducing... the album that it came from. it's incredible.
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Listened to part 2 of your list today, Danny.

I loved the eventual transition from slower R&B/soul-type songs to the gangsta rap; Ice Cube made for an incredible pivot into the gangsta section. It was terrific hearing "Soul Clap" used by somebody else. I could've done without 50 Cent, or at least, if he had to appear, I would rather see a track ("Like My Style" would work nicely, in fact) from Get Rich or Die Trying, but I'm really partial to that album. So, that's more of a personal nitpicking thing than anything else.

Hearing "Ignition" for the first time in years made my night.
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Highlight: I liked every section except Bass Bangin’ and From The Westside, With Love. My favorite by far was The (Electronica) Party Goes On. It definitely expanded the musical terrain covered in the playlists so far and a major.

Favorite Aspect: The playlists so far have been sonically and conceptually diverse to an extent greater than any game before. That has made ranking these playlists very hard because they have to separate themselves from the crowd. The best aspect of your playlist is that it stood out both in concept and music. That's a tough task at this stage.

Other Things I Liked:
1. The Grizzly Bear track was the best surprise of the playlist.
2. The Wiz Khalifa track was a close second.
3. These Waves…are Chill, Bro was a fantastic section. The stretch of jj, Neon Indian and Washed Out was great.
4. Great titles.
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Particularly excited to hear Ashley's list from this selection ... but I still have to get through Part Two first.

I blame a holiday and my headphones dying on me.
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