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Old 04-28-2003, 10:41 PM   #31
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If You Tolerate This, You're Children Will Be Next--Manic Street Preachers
am i the only one whos inspired to get into marketing just by reading such an awesome title?
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if you tolerate this is a great song, or a crap song depending on how you look at it. there's more where they came from!

http://www.staybeautiful.com

ifwhiteamericatoldthetruthforonedayitwouldfallapart is a particular pretentious fave.
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Old 04-29-2003, 06:47 AM   #35
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Elbow - Scattered Black and Whites
Massive Attack - Teardrop
Doves - Cedar Room (acoustic)
Ed Harcourt - From Every Sphere
Nick Drake - river man
Slowdive - country rain
Beth Orton - this one's gonna bruise
u2 - stay (craig armstrong version)
Neil Halstead - high hopes

too many...i think that's all...
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3.) The second track is Falling At Your Feet is a duet with Bono. It has always struck me as having a Simon & Garfunkel type of feel. The version on Million Dollar Hotel Soundtrack is 4:54 whereas this version is 3:41. At present I prefer MDH version.
Ooh, I haven't heard the new version of this song, but I love the one from MDH, and that's another one I'd add.

Speaking of Simon and Garfunkel, by the way, I'd add "Sounds Of Silence" to my list of beautiful songs-hauntingly beautiful.

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I'm adding my amen to:

Heartland, Slug , Stay (Craig Armstrong remix)--U2
Sound of Silence--Simon and Garfunkel

And how about:

El Condor Pasa--Simon and Garfunkel
Plot 180--Passengers (I LOVE that song! Actually, most of Passengers would qualify imo.)


And my deepest apologies for my egregious grammatical error...

You're should be Your in the title of the Manic Street Preachers' song...
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"A New Day Has Come" - Celine Dion

"Cast Your Fate to the Wind" - done by George Winston

"Joy" - George Winston

"Variations on the Kanon by Pachebal" - George Winston

"The Holly and the Ivy" - George Winston

"Say you Miss Me" - Wilco

"Don't Know Why" - Norah Jones (cuz she's hot)
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Hmmmm.... "Say you Miss Me" - Wilco might be more pretty than beautiful....
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O Holy Night, as in the Christmas carol. Now that's a beautiful song!
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Elbow - Scattered Black and Whites
Massive Attack - Teardrop
Doves - Cedar Room (acoustic)
Ed Harcourt - From Every Sphere
Nick Drake - river man
Slowdive - country rain
Beth Orton - this one's gonna bruise
u2 - stay (craig armstrong version)
Neil Halstead - high hopes


Mojave 3 -- Room With A View
Aqualung -- Strange and Beautiful
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jimmy cliff - many rivers to cross
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ah, so many have been mentioned here. I'll second:

Teardrop - Massive Attack
Thirty Three - Smashing Pumpkins
Beautiful Day, One Tree Hill, One - U2
Dial:Revenge - Mogwai
Vincent (Starry Starry Night) - Don McLean

And I will add:
The Long and Winding Road - Beatles
Song for a Winter's Night - Sarah McLachlan
Somewhere over the Rainbow/What a Wonderful World
Sylvia Plath - Ryan Adams
Sing - Travis
Windmills - Toad the Wet Sprocket
Amie - Damien Rice
Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - Smashing Pumpkins
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Yellow - Coldplay
Goodnight Elisabeth - Counting Crows
Winter - Tori Amos
Everybody Hurts - REM
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