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Old 11-21-2013, 06:01 PM   #1
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Mixtapes: Personal Statements or Enemies of Art?

Interference,

I made a few mixes that I'd very much like to share with any interested parties. On top of that, I thought that this could be a fun outlet for anyone else to provide their own. Per forum rules, links can be sent via PM or email. Lemme know if you wanna a bite and I'll shoot over the links via PM.

Feel free to make covers, post tracklists, describe your creative approach, engage in discussion and listening diaries. This isn't affiliated with any prior music-based competitions from this part of the forum. Have at it, gang.

Format tracklists however you want, as long as it's intelligible.



"Before I give ya a lesson in pleasure, I'm gonna give ya a lesson in PAIN."

1. "The Two Mrs. Carrolls" by Franz Waxman (from The Two Mrs. Carrolls)
2. "Can't Truss It" by Public Enemy
3. "Jamba (ft. Hodgy Beats)" by Tyler the Creator
4. "25 Bucks (ft. Purity Ring)" by Danny Brown
5. "It Was a Good Day" by Ice Cube
6. "Superfast Jellyfish (ft. Gruff Rhys & De La Soul)" by Gorillaz
7. "Stroker Ace" by Lovage
8. "Can You Get to That" by Funkadelic
9. "Stridulum Theme" by Franco Micalizzi (from The Visitor)
10. "Optimo" by Liquid
11. "Girlfriend Is Better" by Talking Heads (from Stop Making Sense)
12. "The Magnificent Seven" by The Clash
13. "Speed of Life" by David Bowie
14. "It's Never Over (Oh Orpheus)" by Arcade Fire
15. "Downtown" by Destroyer
16. "Ultra Violet (Light My Way)" by U2
17. "Street Hassle" by Lou Reed

Total Time: 1:18:56
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“God, this is my man, and you’d better take care of him, or I’m gonna wax your ass.”

I'd listen to this mix either driving up north to visit my lady friend up in, you guessed it, Cedar Park, or when driving back home. And Get Crazy, the movie from which this still & quote was derived, is fucking awesome and should be watched immediately. Lou Reed plays a reclusive Dylan-esque rocker invited to play at a New Year's bash, spending most of the duration of the film en route to said event. Hilarity ensues.

1. "U-Mass" by Pixies
2. "Good Times Bad Times" by Led Zeppelin
3. "Baby Blue" by Badfinger
4. "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings" by Father John Misty
5. "Can't You Hear Me Knockin'" by The Rolling Stones
6. "(Don't Fight It) Feel It" by Sam Cooke
7. "Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)" by Marvin Gaye
8. "Sail on, Sailor" by The Beach Boys
9. "Anywhere I Lay My Head" by Tom Waits
10. "Paper Trails" by Darkside
11. "Take Time" by The Books
12. "10538 Overture" by E.L.O.
13. "Thirty-Three" by Smashing Pumpkins
14. "Sometimes" by My Bloody Valentine
15. "For Flotsam" by Los Campesinos!
16. "Running If You Call My Name" by HAIM
17. "I'd Have You Anytime" by George Harrison (Thanks, LM)
18. "Calgary" by Bon Iver
19. "The Gunner's Dream" by Pink Floyd
20. "Vorspiel" by Richard Wagner

Total Time: 1:18:55
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“So I jump ship in Hong Kong and I make my way over to Tibet, and I get on as a looper at a course over in the Himalayas. A looper, you know, a caddy, a looper, a pro jock.”

Named due to the way in which the list starts off on a decidedly '80s or faux '80s bend before collapsing back onto itself. As the Lama said, "Gunga-galunga, gunga... gunga-galunga."

1. "I Wanna Be Your Lover" by La Bionda
2. "Beliver" by John Maus
3. "Midnight Song" by Wild Nothing
4. "Beverly Kills" by Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
5. "A Forest" by The Cure
6. "Thieves Like Us" by New Order
7. "Both Sides Now" by Judy Collins
8. "In the Ghetto" by Elvis Presley
9. "Ike's Mood" by Isaac Hayes
10. "Love Is" by Rotary Connection
11. "Every1's a Winner" by Hot Chocolate
12. "Animal Farm" by The Kinks
13. "Oh Yoko!" by John Lennon
14. "Billy 7" by Bob Dylan (From Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid)
15. "So Long, Marianne" by Leonard Cohen
16. "It's Not for Me to Say" by Johnny Mathis
17. "Splendor" by M83
18. "Contact" by Daft Punk

Total Time: 1:18:56
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Old 11-21-2013, 06:21 PM   #4
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“Rule #1: Never do anything yourself when someone else can do it for you.”
“And Rule #2?”
“Rule #2: In Japan, men come first, women come second.”
“I just might retire to here.”

Connery going Asian cracks me up. That's about it.

1. "USA I: Is a Monster" by Dan Deacon
2. "15 Step" by Radiohead
3. "Hustle Bones" by Death Grips
4. "Promises" by Autre Ne Veut
5. "Constant Conversations" by Passion Pit
6. "DLZ" by TV on the Radio
7. "Bring da Ruckus" by Wu-Tang Clan
8. "Me, Myself, and I" by De La Soul
9. "A Million Stories" by A Tribe Called Quest
10. "He's Sure the Boy I Love" by The Crystals
11. "Duke of Earl" by Gene Chandler
12. "Cry Me a River" by Julie London
13. "You Only Live Twice" by Nancy Sinatra (From the Bond film of the same name)
14. "The Seeker" by Dolly Parton
15. "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" by Elton John
16. "Help Me" by Joni Mitchell
17. "Latin Romance" by Joe Strummer (from Walker)
18. "Running Scared" by Roy Orbison
19. "The Killing Moon" by Echo & The Bunnymen
20. "To the Workers of the Rockford River Valley Region" by Sufjan Stevens
21. "Powerful Love" by Chuck and Mac
22. "You Ain't Alone" by Alabama Shakes
23. "Your Hand in Mine (Goodbye)" by Explosions in the Sky (from Friday Night Lights)

Total Time: 1:19:37
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these all look really good.
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I'm just tryin' to share some audio love, guys.
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Mixtapes: Personal Statements, Enemies of Art, or Pussy Magnets?
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They look pretty cool...may I hit you up for a pm?

Its an excellent idea to.
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They look great, LMP
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Mixtapes: Personal Statements, Enemies of Art, or Pussy Magnets?
Depends on how much Dave Matthews Band is involved.
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Mixtapes: Personal Statements, Enemies of Art, or Pussy Magnets?
The Garden State soundtrack covers all three.
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My mix exists because I heard Madonna use some alt rock sounding guitars during some tours. So then I wanted to hear alt bands cover Madonna. I called it m-punk. or madonnagaze. This version of ray of light (madonna's live version not iggys but that's good too) sounds like a shoegaze band that sold out. The power of Madonna.

1.into the groove(y)-ciccone youth
2.american life- Madonna
3.Oh father-my vitriol
4.Angel-drop nineteens
5.like a prayer- wirebox
6.live to tell-megamanic
7.candy perfume girl-Madonna
8.burning up- iggy pop
9.ray of light - iggy pop
10.borderline-madonna
11.hung up - Madonna
12.ray of light-Madonna
13.dress you up-madonna
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I thought tribute bands were the enemy of art?
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