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Old 06-28-2008, 09:29 PM   #856
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Ugh, Atrocity is right, I never thought that song would end
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I generally tend to think Closer is over-hyped. I have a tendency to just play Atrocity Exhibition and Twenty Four Hours before going on to Unknown Pleasures.
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I had this feeling right before I posted that, that you liked Atrocity
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I'm pretty set to go with my DI 5 now. Have the tracklist, the cover art, and the concept. Just have to upload it all.
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Mabye i'll actually think about working on DI5 tongith
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Old 06-28-2008, 09:41 PM   #862
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I had this feeling right before I posted that, that you liked Atrocity
The drumming in particular is fantastic.
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I'm pretty set to go with my DI 5 now. Have the tracklist, the cover art, and the concept. Just have to upload it all.
All I know about my next playlist is that it will be about Emma and will be quite happy.
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Damn, when you've done DI so much, it's hard to avoid re-using artists.
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All I know about my next playlist is that it will be about Emma and will be quite happy.
My DI V list will be the most uplifting I've done. My current DI VI idea is more a return to normality, though it's more socio-political. I'm tempted to mindfuck everyone by including Writing On The Wall, a song by an early eighties Kiwi DIY anarcho-punk band called Riot 111. Their main claim to fame is that when TVNZ refused to play the music video for Writing On The Wall due to the song's absolutely shit sound quality, they protested by setting up outside TVNZ's studios in the Hutt Valley and played a very noisy gig.
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The more I think about DIV the more I think maybe I don't want to do it. I mean I love it, but the game has gotten beyond serious these days. If you don't create a perfect soundscape of music then most people immediately discredit your list. Last time I got to the point where I put a few tracks on the list I didn't even like , just to appease.

I don't know, I just know I'll end up doing it anyways, because it is a lot of fun
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Screwtape, do you thinkit will be a big deal if one of the songs on my list is from 1987? (referring to Retro Island)
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The more I think about DIV the more I think maybe I don't want to do it. I mean I love it, but the game has gotten beyond serious these days. If you don't create a perfect soundscape of music then most people immediately discredit your list. Last time I got to the point where I put a few tracks on the list I didn't even like , just to appease.

I don't know, I just know I'll end up doing it anyways, because it is a lot of fun
What shits me off is how closed-minded most of this forum is. OH NOEZ TEH METUL. God, the way some people carry on, you'd think Britney Spears just raped their dog. I've returned to my rule of no metal, which makes my current idea a bit more difficult as I've plenty of metal that would suit it well. Might at least be able to fit in some lighter doom metal, since the traditional stuff has clean vocals.

Ah well, if I can at least challenge some people and push them beyond B&C's bland pop-rock/indie wanker bounds, then I'm happy.
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urghghghg

Screwtape, do you thinkit will be a big deal if one of the songs on my list is from 1987? (referring to Retro Island)
I'm not the right person to ask but Phanan is pretty strict about this so I don't he would like that.

Personally I just want to make a playlist of the best of the late 70's and early 80's. It would sort of show that there was more than New Wave and Punk at that time.
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