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Old 04-15-2008, 08:01 PM   #511
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I was really into Screwtape's list until that Genesis track... I got about halfway through before I skipped to the next one.

I'm not a big Tori Amos fan, but this song is ballin'. Reminds me of Purple Rain.
Supper's Ready is hit or miss for people.

Hey Jupiter is a beautiful song isn't it. It is quite wonderful live.
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I was really into Screwtape's list until that Genesis track... I got about halfway through before I skipped to the next one.

I'm not a big Tori Amos fan, but this song is ballin'. Reminds me of Purple Rain.
My patience kind of paid off. The last eight minutes or so of that Genesis track is much better than any of the 14 minutes before it.
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For my next playlist, I want to take one song from a concept album and create a concept around it using a bunch of different artists. For example: Taking Future Legend/Diamond Dogs (as one track) as an opening number and building a playlist after it based on telling the story of the year of the Diamond Dogs and Hunger City and all.

No idea if that can work, but it's my only idea as of right now for something a bit unique.
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If I had a dollar for every time I heard that, I'd have like...five.
It fits perfectly with my playlist so I have no regrets about that song.
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My patience kind of paid off. The last eight minutes or so of that Genesis track is much better than any of the 14 minutes before it.
yeah, i agree. it kind of drags in bits but overall i thought it was a good song.
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For my next playlist, I want to take one song from a concept album and create a concept around it using a bunch of different artists. For example: Taking Future Legend/Diamond Dogs (as one track) as an opening number and building a playlist after it based on telling the story of the year of the Diamond Dogs and Hunger City and all.

No idea if that can work, but it's my only idea as of right now for something a bit unique.
My suggestion is to come up with a concept unique to you. Lemonchick/Irishteen have a great unique concept that only they could come up with. Try to do the same.
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My suggestion is to come up with a concept unique to you. Lemonchick/Irishteen have a great unique concept that only they could come up with. Try to do the same.
Well, this concept was unique this time, though it's more than a bit clichéd, I suppose. I didn't copy it off anything. I'm not sure what I want to do yet. It's a long time till DI5.
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it didn't bother me at all! do i get a medal or something for listening to the whole thing and noth hating it?
I managed to do that too

Although when it started, I wasn't too into it and when I saw the length I cringed a little
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Essay done.

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Supper's Ready is hit or miss for people.

Hey Jupiter is a beautiful song isn't it. It is quite wonderful live.
The Godzilla track is mesmerizing.

Reminds me of the Little Jimmy Scott track from your last list.
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It's all in one track, right? And we can choose to leave in hidden tracks, right?
If I run the next tournament, I'd disqualify it under rule ... #6, I believe it is. The one about pushing the rules.
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The Godzilla track is mesmerizing.

Reminds me of the Little Jimmy Scott track from your last list.
It is from one of the great moments from the movie where a choir is singing a prayer to the dead and dying of Tokyo. Have you ever seen the original Japanese version of the Godzilla?
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