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Old 07-09-2008, 06:07 PM   #496
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Any specific remixes on any of those fruitlegs stand out?
uhhhh....that one song? *can't remember*
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No, any song.
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Can you be a little more in depth? Where did it strectch the rules? What made it strange? So on.
Sorry, didn't think you were around so I didn't explain further

Well, like a lot of people were saying beforehand, some of your picks didn't seem like they'd be very New Wave, such as the Kate Bush song (which actually didn't sound too bad, I was more bothered by the Patti Smith song, but maybe that was more punk anyways so )

I say it was strange mostly because it wasnt' quite as upbeat as you would think of usually when listening to Retro/New Wave/Punk music ,but it wasn't depressing you were right about that
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uhhhh....that one song? *can't remember*
I think I've had a grand total of ONE fruitbased track. Can't even remember what it was now, but I get this feeling it was Salome
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1. In a Different Place
2. Polar Bear
3. Kaleidoscope
4. Seagull

Pretty good shit, so far.
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Ok, who is Major Tom? Bowie's always singing about him, and now so is this fellow
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1. In a Different Place
2. Polar Bear
3. Kaleidoscope
4. Seagull

Pretty good shit, so far.
What are you listening to?
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So in wrapping up hardyharhar's playlist...

A very strong entry indeed. Once you get past the Dead Kennedys track, it grabs a hold of you and doesn't let go. I like that.

There were a couple other songs that I didn't like as much, including that Sparks song towards the end (never cared for them, either), but everything went together very well - excellent cohesiveness. Finishing with that Specials song was great.

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Ok, who is Major Tom? Bowie's always singing about him, and now so is this fellow
A character Bowie created in the song "Space Oddity." He mentions him one other time, in the song, "Ashes to Ashes."

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Nowhere by Ride. It's the debut album of a shoegaze band. Axver sent it to me.
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Ok, who is Major Tom? Bowie's always singing about him, and now so is this fellow


He's Bowie's creation from Space Oddity, and also Ashes To Ashes. Peter Schilling wrote his own song based on Bowie's creation. Certainly different, but excellent just the same.

I see pfan beat me.
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Sorry, didn't think you were around so I didn't explain further

Well, like a lot of people were saying beforehand, some of your picks didn't seem like they'd be very New Wave, such as the Kate Bush song (which actually didn't sound too bad, I was more bothered by the Patti Smith song, but maybe that was more punk anyways so )

I say it was strange mostly because it wasnt' quite as upbeat as you would think of usually when listening to Retro/New Wave/Punk music ,but it wasn't depressing you were right about that
I can understand both those things. What did you like or not like?
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No, any song.
i don't remember its tracklisting
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My next two playlists will be namkcuR and Screwtape. I still have to download them, though. Hopefully I'll be able to do so later tonight.
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i don't remember its tracklisting
A lot of help you are.
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I think I've had a grand total of ONE fruitbased track. Can't even remember what it was now, but I get this feeling it was Salome
I just love some of the fruitlegs.

I listen to Orange more than most U2 albums.
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