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Old 05-04-2008, 12:02 AM   #646
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Totally. What's your favorite Peter Gabriel stuff?
Don't listen to him.
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Oh, and PFan, I bet you'd like Stereophonics.
Would I have heard something by them before?
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To eat 64 slices of American cheese.
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Okay I'm off to bed.
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Would I have heard something by them before?
There's one song of theirs on my list called Rewind. They had a single a couple years ago called Dakota that didn't do anything in the USA. Btw, I just sent you a link of the newest album by the band Ours, who have an amazing singer and pretty good stuff. You might find something you like there, too.
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I dislike all the Peter Gabriel I've heard from DI thusfar.
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Totally. What's your favorite Peter Gabriel stuff?
Peter Gabriel IV and So.

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Well, more power to you. As for the concept of an actual desert island playlist, I think I'd rather have 4 seperate ones, as I'm not always going to want to listen to 2.5 hours of music in one sitting when I should be fishing/hunting/cleaning the hut.
I find I often listen to mine in segments anyway. My current one, I'm playing right now, starting from track three (though track two might still be cut yet).
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i have no idea how it got onto my itunes, but u2 did i shall be released live with peter gabriel and sting
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Oh, they did do it at a Vertigo show? I probably should've remembered that, as I think the verse is the only really worthwhile part of One, but - well, it is One.

My main concern, besides the huge time investment, is what to call it. Do You Hear Us Coming? feels a bit awkward to me, but is probably the easiest way to identify it. It's a shame it hasn't acquired its own name like Shine Like Stars has.

Now I'm trying to think if any other songs have acquired their own extra live verse that has stood the test of time ...
Yeah, they went from Do You Hear Us Coming into MLK. It was quite awesome, gave me chills.

I can't think of any other extra verses offhand, but then again, it's probably been close to two years since I've really listened to any boots. I kind of burned myself out with U2 for about a year and a half or so around the release of the last album and time of the tour. Taking a bit of a break makes it so much better when you listen again.

Thanks again for the information. Have a nice day/night, everyone.
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I dislike all the Peter Gabriel I've heard from DI thusfar.
Most of that is from Up or Us, yes? Those two albums are IMO, shit.
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I find I often listen to mine in segments anyway. My current one, I'm playing right now, starting from track three (though track two might still be cut yet).
I'll probably start my next one once this one's over.
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Get him some fucking Alcest.
Everybody needs Alcest. Tir Nan Og actually inspired my DI V list. I think it's one of the best album closers ever, and I was listening to it on a beautiful evening when I thought "I really should try to make the most beautiful playlist I can", and it went from there.
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Most of that is from Up or Us, yes? Those two albums are IMO, shit.
No idea. I didn't generally look at the albums on the lists and I retagged everything to the user's screen name so as to simplify.
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