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Old 03-07-2008, 12:19 AM   #256
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Well, I want to use There Goes God by the Crowdies, and the live version from the Best Of's bonus disc slays the studio version.
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My PT track appears to be Piano Lessons right now.
I don't know that one. All I have by them is In Absentia and Deadwing.
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Well, I want to use There Goes God by the Crowdies, and the live version from the Best Of's bonus disc slays the studio version.
it's a personal thing, but i hate when it goes between live and studio material. like rattle and hum.
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i remember there were some people, including me, who used the same songs on their setlists. i wonder if it'll be like that again. obviously there's a chance of it happening, but i remember it happening quite frequently last time.
You never know. I have a feeling that may be the only one that I have that has a chance of being duplicated on someone else's playlist.
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it's a personal thing, but i hate when it goes between live and studio material. like rattle and hum.
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i remember there were some people, including me, who used the same songs on their setlists. i wonder if it'll be like that again. obviously there's a chance of it happening, but i remember it happening quite frequently last time.
Last time, it seemed like everyone used Muse's Map Of The Problematique. I even had it on mine at one point, but when I saw how overused it was, I pulled it. I ended up not even having Muse on there.

They are looking to be on this one, though.
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My PT track appears to be Piano Lessons right now.
SuperWin.

As I think you know, that's my favourite PT song.

I might switch to Fadeaway, I'm not sure. Both work in the closing spot.
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Last time, it seemed like everyone used Muse's Map Of The Problematique. I even had it on mine at one point, but when I saw how overused it was, I pulled it. I ended up not even having Muse on there.

They are looking to be on this one, though.
I often forget about Muse. Though I've no idea what I'd use.
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I don't know that one. All I have by them is In Absentia and Deadwing.
It's on Stupid Dream.

That's the great thing about Desert Island, besides the competition. You get to check out things you may not have heard of yet.
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it's a personal thing, but i hate when it goes between live and studio material. like rattle and hum.
Oh, so do I. But I also want the best version of songs. There Goes God may not even make it, though.
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we seem to agree on pretty much everything

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Last time, it seemed like everyone used Muse's Map Of The Problematique. I even had it on mine at one point, but when I saw how overused it was, I pulled it. I ended up not even having Muse on there.

They are looking to be on this one, though.
i can promise you that song isn't on mine. nor is any muse song on mine.
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SuperWin.

As I think you know, that's my favourite PT song.

I might switch to Fadeaway, I'm not sure. Both work in the closing spot.
And Fadeaway is one of my favorites, definitely Top 3 from the early part of their career.
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Oh, so do I. But I also want the best version of songs. There Goes God may not even make it, though.
i agree.

and ugh, now i'm having second thoughts about the song i chose for this one artist. i'm torn between the song i chose months ago, and another song. either one would fit in the same spot so it's not like if i switched, i'd have to shift songs around to adjust the flow.
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we seem to agree on pretty much everything
Except I like upbeat pop hooks. Not that teeny-bopper shit, though.
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