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Old 06-28-2008, 10:16 PM   #886
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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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Dear Warriors Under 20s,

When you're leading 18-6 totally undeservedly, try to tackle the guy who returned your kick 100 metres for your oppositions first try. Now it's only 18-12.

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I like the new recycling setup in Auckland. Instead of having to separate bottles and paper i can chuck them into the wheelie bin together.
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When you're leading 18-6 totally undeservedly, try to tackle the guy who returned your kick 100 metres for your oppositions first try. Now it's only 18-12.

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18-18, and it's your own fucking fault.
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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.
Oooh, some of my very favourite songs are there - Nimos And Tambos, Hysteria, Forgotten Years, Mean To Me, and We All Need Some Light. Good choices.
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Oooh, some of my very favourite songs are there - Nimos And Tambos, Hysteria, Forgotten Years, Mean To Me, and We All Need Some Light. Good choices.
Forgotten Years, and Mean to Me, are probably my two favorites from the list overall.
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I still listen to your playlists too. I absolutely love Kapiti Island and the beginning and end of your last playlist.
Funny, even by the time I submitted DI III, I was often just listening to Stewart Island, or starting Kapiti Island from about Dreamline or In A Lifetime. I think Stewart Island is the best tracklist I've ever made.

I should do something with the remaining parts of the Aotearoa series. They're still sitting around to varying degrees of completion.
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Yeah, Candidate is one I routinely skip. My play counts for the last ten months might give some insight:

Disorder: 46
Day Of The Lords: 22
Candidate: 15
Insight: 13
New Dawn Fades: 76
Disorder is the best song on that album, hands-down. The vocal is chilling.
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looking at my Di2 list, I can't even believe I won the first round
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looking at my Di2 list, I can't even believe I won the first round
LMP makes those kind of complaints too about his old lists but, honestly, I love all of my DI lists so far. They were all polished heavily, so there's nothing I feel I could realistically have changed.
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LMP makes those kind of complaints too about his old lists but, honestly, I love all of my DI lists so far. They were all polished heavily, so there's nothing I feel I could realistically have changed.
I'll disown some selections from DI I, but yeah, I'll stand by my subsequent submissions. I have gotten sick of some parts, and even by the time I submitted them I would sometimes skip some tracks, but I think that's more from over-listening and being too close to it. When I returned to DI III recently, I was pleasantly surprised by it.
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LMP makes those kind of complaints too about his old lists but, honestly, I love all of my DI lists so far. They were all polished heavily, so there's nothing I feel I could realistically have changed.
Honestly, DI2 was bad in that it was songs only I could possibly like

DI4 though...God I'm pissed off about DI4. I felt rushed to turn it in, then I accidently left off FIVE! songs I meant to put on it. And never got a cahnce to resubmit because my freaking boss kept making me work doubles and I had school...God the end of the school year sucked this year
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Ah, yeah, I remember poking around there in about 2003 but never registered. I think the place I joined was just some minor forum. No idea why I even chose it. It was back before I'd even thought of using Axver as a screen name. I registered as Axver at the second forum I used (first I actually posted at) and the rest is history.
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GAH! It was bad enough that everyone seems to be done with there DI5 lists and I haven't even started, but now people have moved on to DI6!
i'm done with both playlists
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