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Old 04-06-2008, 09:33 PM   #76
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Old 04-06-2008, 09:34 PM   #78
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I think even if it has a lower number of votes, if the people are discussing it (I know they will), I think it will still be fun.
i agree. i just said the whole "a single will win" thing to prove a point. i'm sure a single will win, but that doesn't mean i don't think we should have it/it'd be fun to do.

most survivor competitions are predictable, but i always think they're fun because hey, you never know. someone could prove me wrong and have it so one DOESN'T win
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sorry, i've heard a lot of pink floyd since my dad is a fan, and i've never been able to get into them. or any of their solo stuff.

i think there's only one song of theirs i like. i have to see if the itunes store has it to see if it's what i'm thinking of.
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i agree. i just said the whole "a single will win" thing to prove a point. i'm sure a single will win, but that doesn't mean i don't think we should have it/it'd be fun to do.

most survivor competitions are predictable, but i always think they're fun because hey, you never know. someone could prove me wrong and have it so one DOESN'T win
Song Surviors have never always been about choosing that "perfect" song. And the "perfect" song doesn't nesscarily have to be a single either. It's just about having fun and seeing if the songs you like get tossed real early or if they stay in the game.
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Yo peeps, just read one of the other superthread lists and wanted to address some stuff about my list.

You're all right that I rely too heavily on songs from soundtracks, especially from P.T. Anderson flicks this time around. I'm not trying to pander to anyone or try and be the most popular, they're just songs I'm into right now. Opinions are opinions and I'm not gonna try and change any of them.

L-Mel, what'd you mean by bad labeling of the tracks?

EDIT: I realize some of the tracks on my list you guys have heard for ages (most of the '70s tracks, I'd imagine), but most of them are stuff I've heard for the first time fairly recently. Just wanted to throw that out there.
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sorry, i've heard a lot of pink floyd since my dad is a fan, and i've never been able to get into them. or any of their solo stuff.

i think there's only one song of theirs i like. i have to see if the itunes store has it to see if it's what i'm thinking of.
You really fail, Khan.

Though their solo stuff is invariably crap, I quite agree there.
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Old 04-06-2008, 09:38 PM   #85
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I think even if it has a lower number of votes, if the people are discussing it (I know they will), I think it will still be fun.

Screwtape, I could understand your displeasure if you thought PF was a failure.
Pink Floyd was a disaster at times. What is going to happen is barely anyone votes until the finals and important albums. Then casual fans will vote for the songs they know the best. Ziggy Stardust wins end of story. Now if we have an artist that tons of people like then you get high voting for every round.
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You really fail, Khan.

Though their solo stuff is invariably crap, I quite agree there.
okay, i was right. the song i was thinking of that i like is learning to fly, which is the most un-pink floyd song of theirs, i think.

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Yo peeps, just read one of the other superthread lists and wanted to address some stuff about my list.

You're all right that I rely too heavily on songs from soundtracks, especially from P.T. Anderson flicks this time around. I'm not trying to pander to anyone or try and be the most popular, they're just songs I'm into right now. Opinions are opinions and I'm not gonna try and change any of them.

L-Mel, what'd you mean by bad labeling of the tracks?
Across 110th Street is funk-tastic by the way.
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okay, i was right. the song i was thinking of that i like is learning to fly, which is the most un-pink floyd song of theirs, i think.

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That's the one most people seemed to hate in PF Survivor when A Momentary Lapse Of Reason's round came along.

I sort of like it, though.
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Pink Floyd was a disaster at times. What is going to happen is barely anyone votes until the finals and important albums. Then casual fans will vote for the songs they know the best. Ziggy Stardust wins end of story. Now if we have an artist that tons of people like then you get high voting for every round.
But you're saying things like "B&C deserves better than a small clique."

Honestly, name an artist who wouldn't have a small, cliquish following of their full catalogue.
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