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Old 06-30-2008, 12:39 AM   #556
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I used it for DI I, it's a cracking track. No falsetto, shit lyrics, it's short, why complain?
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As always, I recommend John Frusciante, and I have a link to a page with his full discography if you're thinking about it.

Other than that, none of my recommendations would be very original.
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I used it for DI I, it's a cracking track. No falsetto, shit lyrics, it's short, why complain?
We live in a beautiful world, yes we do.
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This is my Bowie top ten. It is pretty unique based on my love for a certain album.

1. A New Career In A New Town
2. I’m Deranged
3. Hallo Spaceboy
4. Voyuer of Utter Destruction
5. Heroes
6. Life On Mars?
7. 5:15 The Angels Have Gone
8. Battle For Britian (The Letter)
9. Moonage Daydream
10. Outside
1. "Heroes"
2. Life on Mars?
3. Queen Bitch
4. Starman
5. Young Americans
6. Teenage Wildlife
7. Rock n' Roll Suicide
8. Panic in Detroit
9. Magic Dance
10. Moonage Daydream

The first 3 never change, while the others are kind of arbitrary.
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OK PFan, whatever you say ...
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1. A New Career In A New Town
4. Voyuer of Utter Destruction
5. Heroes
6. Life On Mars?
9. Moonage Daydream
10. Outside
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Loved the transition going into "Over the Hills..." I remember that being one of my favorite parts of El-Mel's first list, too.
Agreed on the transition. Always a favorite too.
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"Over the Hills..." going into Bowie's "Memories of a Free Festival" would sound fantastic.

The "Wet Sand" transition sounded good, my favorite RHCP track of the '00s.
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Agreed on the transition. Always a favorite too.
I remember listening to that part of your list on a boat on San Antonio's RiverWalk at night - great times there.

Flow-wise, I'd give this list a grade of Flomax.
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Great tracks.
I'm sort of surprised you don't like I'm Deranged or Hallo Spaceboy. They are just so amazing.
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As always, I recommend John Frusciante, and I have a link to a page with his full discography if you're thinking about it.

Other than that, none of my recommendations would be very original.
Sure, I'd be happy to give at least an album a try.
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OK, before I do too much downloading, I better get some crap off my computer onto the external hard drive. I've less than a GB of spare space!
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1. "Heroes"
2. Life on Mars?
3. Queen Bitch
4. Starman
5. Young Americans
6. Teenage Wildlife
7. Rock n' Roll Suicide
8. Panic in Detroit
9. Magic Dance
10. Moonage Daydream

The first 3 never change, while the others are kind of arbitrary.
1. "Heroes"
2. Station to Station
3. Life on Mars?
4. Panic in Detroit
5. Teenage Wildlife
6. Rock 'n' Roll Suicide
7. Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed
8. Watch That Man
9. Five Years
10. Space Oddity

I rank his albums:

1. Station to Station
2. Space Oddity
3. Ziggy Stardust
4. Low
5. Aladdin Sane
6. "Heroes"
7. Scary Monsters
8. Lodger
9. Hunky Dory
10. Diamond Dogs
11. 1. Outside
12. Heathen
13. Young Americans

I think Heathen needs a few more spins, though.
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I'm sort of surprised you don't like I'm Deranged or Hallo Spaceboy. They are just so amazing.
The first track is one of my favorites off of Outside, along with "Strangers...", "The Motel," and "Oxford Town," but the second one doesn't do anything for me.
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