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Old 05-06-2008, 09:27 AM   #361
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So Sad Punk any ideas for who you might use in the CD exchange?
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HA. I would still consider Womanfish preferable to TTYW! It belongs IN THIS ALBUM IN THIS ALBUM IN THIS ALBUM, you know?
I prefer Womanfish too, I mean it's like if you do really, really bad you get TTYW. And if you do insanely bad, we're talking the first attempt of all first attempts here, then the TV Gaga version of TTYW appears on the album, of course with all the repeated lines that made it so wonderful.

Actually, since I prefer the TV Gaga one to the studio version, I'm not sure what to think.

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So Sad Punk any ideas for who you might use in the CD exchange?
I was hoping to introduce Husker Du to more of you guys, even though they're far from unknown. But I love them so much and I have basically all their stuff, so I think it's a good idea. Not sure about the rest, though.
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I was writing a run down of levels for the game but it was really boring me to death, so I'm off to bed. Have good ones, all.
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I was hoping to introduce Husker Du to more of you guys, even though they're far from unknown. But I love them so much and I have basically all their stuff, so I think it's a good idea. Not sure about the rest, though.
Cool. I haven't heard anything by them.
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I was writing a run down of levels for the game but it was really boring me to death, so I'm off to bed. Have good ones, all.
Bah, I wanted some lulz. Oh well. Have a good night, Bonnie!
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I prefer Womanfish too, I mean it's like if you do really, really bad you get TTYW. And if you do insanely bad, we're talking the first attempt of all first attempts here, then the TV Gaga version of TTYW appears on the album, of course with all the repeated lines that made it so wonderful.

Actually, since I prefer the TV Gaga one to the studio version, I'm not sure what to think.
Awesome. What if you do absolutely shockingly badly, Bono decides the whole album will be countrified a la TTYW and Edge can't stop him?

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I was hoping to introduce Husker Du to more of you guys, even though they're far from unknown. But I love them so much and I have basically all their stuff, so I think it's a good idea. Not sure about the rest, though.
I've heard barely any Husker Du, and what I have heard was about 4-5 years ago. Didn't strike me much then, but my tastes have quite grown and evolved, so I'd like to hear more.
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Wow. It really died in here.

Conversation starter...
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Axver, these are the genres I could come up with. Anything you want to break up or add?

Hip Hop
Rap
R&B
Hard Rock
Metal
Prog Rock
Shoegaze
Post-Rock
Soul
Funk
Jazz
Fusion Jazz
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There is also:

Trance
Techno
Dance
Folk Music
Classical
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Of course, New Wave. Khan can help us with that.
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Those all look good, Screwtape. Thinking about it, I would also like to properly introduce people to the Dunedin Sound.

And believe it or not, I'm actually working right now ...
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Those all look good, Screwtape. Thinking about it, I would also like to properly introduce people to the Dunedin Sound.

And believe it or not, I'm actually working right now ...
I would like an introduction to Dunedin Sound.

I think I'm going to do Jazz Fusion and something else.
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I need a girlfriend really bad. Rereading my Theatre scene, it is clear my romanticism is spilling over. It is about five angels who tell of two lovers at the end of the world. "Love is a kiss in the storm." I need a girlfriend STAT.
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I need a girlfriend really bad. Rereading my Theatre scene, it is clear my romanticism is spilling over. It is about five angels who tell of two lovers at the end of the world. "Love is a kiss in the storm." I need a girlfriend STAT.
Clone yourself and make the clone have a sex change.
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I would like an introduction to Dunedin Sound.

I think I'm going to do Jazz Fusion and something else.
I imagine people will be more receptive to Dunedin Sound/Flying Nun material too. The lo-fi production will shit people like PFan and Andrew, but I'd like to see them have done better in the circumstances. It's not like any of the bands willingly chose to have shit quality recording.

And cool, I'll be looking forward to what you do.

I'm thinking for something like this, the size of the collection should be up to the person making it. Of course it should be REASONABLE, since nobody's going to listen to a 10 CD compilation, but some genres can be easily covered by one disc (I think I'll only need one for the Dunedin Sound), while others like post-rock and prog rock are never going to be effectively covered by a single disc.
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