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Old 04-20-2008, 01:16 AM   #721
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my bloody valentine eits guy has talked about, to excuse the fact that he liked early emo...they are on the lost in translation soundtrack i was just enjoying until i started importing and it's been randomly playing what i import.
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Incidentally, of all people to introduce me to Ride, it was Brau.

Who used Blur's To The End previously? Was it LM or LMP?
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my bloody valentine eits guy has talked about, to excuse the fact that he liked early emo...they are on the lost in translation soundtrack i was just enjoying until i started importing and it's been randomly playing what i import.
The Death in Vegas and Jesus and Mary Chain songs on there are excellent and used perfectly in the movie.

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That was me. The French version.
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fuck the cd is stuck in my mac and this model doesn't have the little paperclip hole
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I like Joy Division, but this is the weakest track of theirs I have heard. Shadowplay, Transmission, and Disorder all pwn though.
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13. Blur – “To The End” – Parklife (3:51)
I'm interested to hear this, since LMP used a different version on his list and I enjoyed it. I think it was actually better, the French added something. But I still liked this.
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I like Joy Division, but this is the weakest track of theirs I have heard. Shadowplay, Transmission, and Disorder all pwn though.
Huh. I think Twenty Four Hours is the only great track on Closer. Well, Atrocity Exhibition is on the borderline of being great. On the whole, I don't like Closer, but TFH made me care enough about Joy Division to get Unknown Pleasures, which is fucking amazing and leaves Closer for dead in every single way. Disorder, New Dawn Fades, and She's Lost Control own so much.
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WTF a force eject requires restarting????
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Both my flights to and from Dublin only had the earbuds with the big screen up front. Though on the way back, we had business class seats with extra leg room

Seeing the iceburgs out the window as we were nearing NFLD too was incredible. Though at first, I thought they were fishing boats
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Huh. I think Twenty Four Hours is the only great track on Closer. Well, Atrocity Exhibition is on the borderline of being great. On the whole, I don't like Closer, but TFH made me care enough about Joy Division to get Unknown Pleasures, which is fucking amazing and leaves Closer for dead in every single way.
I've only heard a few tracks, never a whole album. Always been more of a New Order fan, anyway.

The segue into the next track was fairly good - been hearing some good things about Russian Circles.
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Seeing the iceburgs out the window as we were nearing NFLD too was incredible. Though at first, I thought they were fishing boats
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I've only heard a few tracks, never a whole album. Always been more of a New Order fan, anyway.

The segue into the next track was fairly good - been hearing some good things about Russian Circles.
I don't like New Order. Movement's a fairly decent album, but then they go to shit with that electronicy, eighties bollocks. Joy Division were one of the best bands of all time, though.
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and randomly pushing eject worked after it hadn't
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14. Eluvium – “Prelude For Time Feelers” – Copia (5:48)
What a beautiful instrumental. Eluvium's awesome.

Leads well into the next track too.
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I don't like New Order. Movement's a fair decent album, but then they go to shit with that electronicy, eighties bollocks. Joy Division were one of the best bands of all time, though.
Is this confirmed?

Blue Monday's done more for me than any Joy Division track has ever done - it's hard to find a great dance track that has some substance to it.

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and randomly pushing eject worked after it hadn't
That's one thing I hate about Macs, the eject rarely seems to work right.
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