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Old 07-09-2008, 02:51 AM   #676
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Hey all, just gonna drop in for a bit.

Finally have the retro lists ready to listen... fixing the info will come later.
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Why did this thread disappear for about 20 minutes or so?
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I listened to Hardy and Nam's lists. Both
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I listened to Hardy and Nam's lists. Both
Listening to yours right now.

I'm wondering if I even have to listen to Nam's list. I've heard all but 2 songs on it. Mine's slightly less mainstream, but not by much.
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Listening to yours right now.

I'm wondering if I even have to listen to Nam's list. I've heard all but 2 songs on it. Mine's slightly less mainstream, but not by much.
Awesome

And yeah, I really only listened to his list to see how it flow*ed well.

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What list are ya'll talking about?
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I listened to Hardy and Nam's lists. Both
Cool, 212. Sorry about the DK's and Oils. I couldn't rightfully make a list from that era without shoving some politics in. But I put it first for a reason, to get it out of everyone's face quickly

The rest wasn't so bad, was it.

We got Nam's downloaded only so far. Will listen tomorrow. Like LMP said, I know most of those also, but they're good songs and fun to see how they fit together
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Awesome

And yeah, I really only listened to his list to see how it flow*ed well.

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The spice must flow*.

*Dune ftw?

Enjoyment, Flow, and Originality are how I'm gonna grade lists this time, in that order, too. Originality just means picking songs I've never heard or even heard of. I have no problem hearing songs I know and love, so it's all good.

I also like seeing Kate Bush as a "New Wave" artist. That cracks me up.
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I also love Nena's random Captain Kirk shout-out in "99 Luftballoons."
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Cool, 212. Sorry about the DK's and Oils. I couldn't rightfully make a list from that era without shoving some politics in. But I put it first for a reason, to get it out of everyone's face quickly

The rest wasn't so bad, was it.

We got Nam's downloaded only so far. Will listen tomorrow. Like LMP said, I know most of those also, but they're good songs and fun to see how they fit together
It was good, I need to listen to it again I know, because, I only knew...2 tracks on it I think. After another listen, I'm sure I'll look on it more favorably, but still ,it was a pretty awesome display of punk
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^^Ha! Gotta love the worms

Yeah, kate Bush. Probably would lump her more in with Floyd or P. Gabriel, but she did kinda ride in on the new wave (pun) so I guess fortunately the rules were pretty loose.
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I also love Nena's random Captain Kirk shout-out in "99 Luftballoons."
William Shatner hosted a 100 wonders countdown on VH1, and he said "This next song is even better than the others because it talks about me" and it wasn't til months later that I realized what he meant
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Ha! Gotta love the worms

Yeah, kate Bush. Probably would lump her more in with Floyd or P. Gabriel, but she did kinda ride in on the new wave un: so I guess fortunately the rules were pretty loose.
True, she is the feminine mystique, after all.

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