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Old 05-09-2008, 10:26 PM   #916
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In fact, I'd like to do another mini one at some point, based on another genre, like electronica or something.
pick new wave. i'd so pwn everyone out of the water.
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OH FUCK

i just added like the perfect song for my di 5 playlist...it puts me 29 seconds over

oh well. i have, what, a couple months to figure out what to do?
is there a suitable single or radio edit for any of the songs on the list?
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pick new wave. i'd so pwn everyone out of the water.
i could do folk music, or however you classify indigo girls/ani difranco/dar williams/tracy chapman
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and the sox went ahead! (an inning ago...i'm so out of it)

ax thoughts?
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Now Burial is a trip. I really like the rhythms and beats. Another artist I'll have to look into.
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what are the specific rules for the mini ones?
They vary. For Prog Island, because that type of music is so expansive, we went crazy, submitting playlists that were 240 minutes long! It was a blast.

But other mini tournaments would probably be more like the Symphonic one, where we concentrate on a single idea or genre, and keep it to only 80 minutes.
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pick new wave. i'd so pwn everyone out of the water.
Oh you think so, eh?

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is there a suitable single or radio edit for any of the songs on the list?
there probably is, i know there is for one of the songs i used cuz i know the version i would hear on the radio wasn't this long. but i don't have it.

oh well, i still have a long time to make changes, so plenty of time for pondering
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Good so far, like how atmospheric it is and how I haven't been noticing the track changes since it all segues together so nicely. Apparently I'm at a track called Doors Lead To Questions right now.
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Now Burial is a trip. I really like the rhythms and beats. Another artist I'll have to look into.
yeah it's fun. i don't think it's for all listening purposes, because it is so different.

that's his 2nd album, according to wikipedia:

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Burial is an anonymous dubstep musician from London. Burial's eponymous debut album was released in 2006 to critical acclaim. The Wire magazine named it their album of the year and it came fifth in the Mixmag 2006 Album of the Year list.
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Someone could pick dance music and submit A Night At The Roxbury soundtrack.
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yeah it's fun. i don't think it's for all listening purposes, because it is so different.

that's his 2nd album, according to wikipedia:



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I've never heard of dubstep before but I like it.
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