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Old 06-28-2008, 10:00 PM   #871
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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.
To be honest, I got way to busy with school and word during DIIV to really give anyones lists a really close listen, I even forgot to vote for my own list once (causingit to lose )

but for what it's worth, I LOVED your DI2 list, I still have a lot of tracks from it on my iPod....or at least I would if it werent' for my iPod deleting everything I love ALL the time
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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.
The very first time this idea was posted there was a song I had in mind for it, and I just now found out it was released in 1987
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The very first time this idea was posted there was a song I had in mind for it, and I just now found out it was released in 1987
What song?
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True Faith by New Order
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True Faith by New Order
Love that song.
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Well, i'm going to clean up my pigsty.

Will probably check in every now and then.
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Love that song.
And now I find out the INXS song I was going to use came out in 1985 :bang:
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Well, i'm going to clean up my pigsty.

Will probably check in every now and then.
Have fun with that.

Right now, I'm of the opinion that if my house wants to be clean, it'll clean itself.
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I was working with that theory, but when i stood on a fork the other day i decided it was a sign.
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Have fun with that.

Right now, I'm of the opinion that if my house wants to be clean, it'll clean itself.
HEAR HEAR! but replace house with room
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but for what it's worth, I LOVED your DI2 list, I still have a lot of tracks from it on my iPod....or at least I would if it werent' for my iPod deleting everything I love ALL the time
Wow, really? Awesome. I was pretty fond of that list at the time and I'm glad somebody's remembered it. I thought it had some songs that would go down a treat with people here.
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Wow, really? Awesome. I was pretty fond of that list at the time and I'm glad somebody's remembered it. I thought it had some songs that would go down a treat with people here.
Hold on, let me go check your list again, and I'll tell you what I still listen to.
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I was working with that theory, but when i stood on a fork the other day i decided it was a sign.
Yeah, I'd be a wee bit concerned if that happened.
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Hold on, let me go check your list again, and I'll tell you what I still listen to.
Cool - I'm quite curious. I particularly thought Dave Dobbyn's Beside You would do well with people here; I adore the guitar melody of that song.
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2. Marillion - "Kayleigh" (7" edit) - Misplaced Childhood (3:33)

3. Pure Reason Revolution - "Nimos And Tambos" - The Dark Third, US edition (3:44)

4. Muse - "Hysteria" - Absolution (3:47)

7. Delays - "Wanderlust" - Faded Seaside Glamour (3:58)

8. Mew - "The Zookeeper's Boy" - And The Glass Handed Kites (4:43)

9. U2 - "Treasure (Whatever Happened To Pete The Chop?)" - New Year's Day single (3:24)

10. Crowded House - "Mean To Me" - Crowded House (3:15)

13. Dream Theater - "A Mind Beside Itself III: The Silent Man" - Awake (3:47)

14. Blackfield - "Christenings" - Blackfield II (4:37)

16. The Go-Betweens - "Streets Of Your Town" - Bellavista Terrace: Best Of The Go-Betweens (3:38)

17. Midnight Oil - "Forgotten Years" - 20,000 Watt RSL (4:22)

21. Hum - "Green To Me" - Downward Is Heavenward (3:55)

28. The Who - "Pinball Wizard" - Tommy (3:01)

31. Transatlantic - "We All Need Some Light" - :e (5:44)


And I see now that I mixed a few songs on LJT's list up with yorus, but still, I also think that if I hadn't lost some of the files, and forgotten the names of them ,there would be a few more on there.
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