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Old 05-02-2003, 12:12 PM   #31
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I am in again.

OK here is what i am thinking would want to do Mix wise:
- Coldplay Mix (B-sides, live, not yet released stuff, radio hits, covers, collaborations, etc.)
- Electronic mixes (trance, downtempo, chillout , etc.)
- Live DJ sets
- punk mix
- live U2 mix
- totally random mix of whatever i feel like putting on a CD
- DMB mix
- Songs from soundtracks mix
- A mix of stuff from all the bands i have seen in person


What I would like
- Brit anything
- would not mind hearing a little Nick Cave
- A good Jazz/blues mix - I do not have any Jazz/blues music and do not know where to start on this
- surprise me

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will send overseas
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Old 05-02-2003, 01:25 PM   #32
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You know that your tastes also suit my fancy.
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Old 05-02-2003, 01:50 PM   #33
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1.) I liked to get to know more underground bands. I'm ALWAYS searching for what I don't have. I'm talkin in the genre of Elliott Smith, Rufus Wainwright, Flaming Lips....anything good and well crafted....more on the slower side of the musical spectrum to mid-tempo (i.e. not nu metal!!) - and I am certainly not above more depressing or sad music though not exclusively that.

2.) I could make a MEAN cd or tape. The heaviest I would get is the band "Ours"...a really cool band. Most of my stuff would be mid tempo - slow. Add some hawksley workman or flaming lips to lighten the atmosphere. I could also make a heartbreaking mix for anyone who so desires or a mix that will put you in a state of deep sleep

possible artists on my mix:

Broken Social Scene
Elliott Smith (my favorite...I have pretty much everything)
Rufus Wainwright (him and Hawksley are the best damn canadians!)
Jeff Buckley
Hawksley Workman
Black Heart Procession (radiohead with siesta!)
Ours
Flaming Lips (genius)
Wilco
Royal City (johnny cash meets leonard cohen!)
Modest Mouse
And You'll Know us by the Trail of Dead
Kent (great alt. rock band)
Hayden

etc
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Hello,

I'm home! I can now look at the list I made a few months ago about possible themes for mix CD's. I did this after I had so much fun with the last ICDE. Anyway, here's what I have to offer. Bear with me though, as my options are a bit abstract:

- Short Songs ( < 3 minutes)
- Alive and kicking!
- No Future! (pre-1980)
- Dance Dance Dance To The Radio
- Where Have I Heard That Song Before?
- When new media was the big idea
- (A Campingflight To) Lowlands Paradise (regional)

The last option is Dutch/Belgian bands (but singing in English though, so don't worry too much!) Should Meegannie wish, I can broaden it a bit (for her non-UK/non-US mix), but apart from the Netherlands, Jamaica and a little bit South-American I don't have too much non-standard...

I've said before that I have no specific request for what I want, I'd like to be surprised! But I did see a cover mix and an obscure Coldplay-mix and those do sound interesting...
For those wondering, I can make both tapes as CD's (even though I prefer getting CD's myself, but don't let it discourage you!). And since the Netherlands isn't too big I'll of course ship internationally.

Pax, you can read all this again in the mail I send you.
So if you are interested in one of my options (or want me to make another custom mix), shout it out!

C ya!

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Old 05-02-2003, 03:23 PM   #35
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The Dutch thing sounds cool, if no one has any shibuya-kei or tropicalia I would quite like that, even if it was in Dutch...foreign languages = sexy
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Old 05-02-2003, 03:40 PM   #36
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The Dutch thing sounds cool, if no one has any shibuya-kei or tropicalia I would quite like that, even if it was in Dutch...foreign languages = sexy
Believe me, the Dutch languange does not sound sexy! Or at least, that's what I hear of others. We have some strong pronounciation pecularities that others often make comments about (our pronounciation of a hard 'g' sounds like somebody's scratching your throat. Ask Sula if you don't believe me. )

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Old 05-02-2003, 05:53 PM   #37
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Okeeee. Someone needs to stop me next time I want to type drunk. For fuck's sake I'm embarassed for myself. Anyway sorry Khanada Rhodes. Hope I at least made you laugh. Let's do a DD duel mix cd tho, could be fun fun fun til daddy takes the T-bird away.
that would be interesting. although i do have like 2 gigs of dd mp3s, and i don't even download a lot of concerts...
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Old 05-02-2003, 05:57 PM   #38
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that would be interesting. although i do have like 2 gigs of dd mp3s, and i don't even download a lot of concerts...
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Old 05-02-2003, 06:09 PM   #39
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Okay here I am:

What I can do:
U2 stuff(live concerts, rarities, macphisto calls, megamix, etc)
Best of (Rolling Stones, Sting/Police. Janis Josplin, Johnny Cash, The Clash, Fleetwood Mac, and others)
Pete Yorn and Tramp Records stuff

What I want:
Beatles
Duran Duran
80's Music
Coldplay
Sigur Ros
and basically anything!
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Old 05-02-2003, 06:31 PM   #40
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I can do CDs:

a Scottish mix (Delgados, Idlewild, Aereogramme, Mogwai, etc.)
a Welsh mix (Super Furry Animals, Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, Manic Street Preachers, etc.)

i'm off to figure out if i like super furry animals today (keep forgetting to check out the cds at the station)



is this supposed to happen? am i supposed to want to trade with everybody?
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Definitely up for this.
I can only make and receive cds.

Mixes I can make:

Live U2 or Starsailor

A mix of music I like, which consists lots of acoustic/guitar British rock - New Acoustic Movement or whatever music journalists deemed it last...basically, I mean Doves, Elbow, Starsailor, Ed Harcourt, Neil Halstead, Turin Brakes, I am Kloot, Tom McRae, etc
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other stuff I like that might not fit into that exact category but is good (such as Massive Attack, Mojave 3, Slowdive, Nick Drake, Josh Rouse, Mull Historical Society, Delgados, Idlewild, snow patrol, etc)

Maybe a mix of Irish bands too - ash, the frames, damien rice, etc

A mix of Bob Dylan, Neil Young, other artists in the same vein

Britpop

What I'd like:
Hmm. I like so much...a Basstrap mix sounds good.
I'd also be interested in obscure/bside Coldplay stuff.
Or, bands I'm not familiar with would be good.
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Old 05-02-2003, 08:22 PM   #43
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Okay, I have learned how to use my CD burner, so I am definitely in!

What I can make: You want Ryan Adams...I've got Ryan Adams!!!!!!! I can also put together some sad mixes (though, of course, there will be a little Ryan on those!).

What I'd like: I would love a mix of sad songs myself. I'm also interested in Radiohead and Coldplay because I've only heard a couple of their tracks each, and I've been curious to hear more. I know it will be hard to match everybody up though, so I am not picky...if those requests can't be met, I'm up for anything!
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Old 05-02-2003, 08:33 PM   #44
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I would certainly enjoy some new music, but I don't think I have much to offer in return. My CD collection is "diverse" to put it politely. My sons have a rather incredible heavy metal collection, I don't suppose there are that many head bangers here.
I used to make mixture cassette tapes for my friends all the time( including bizarre home-made covers)...these days of burners and printers give you much better quality .
As always, standing on the outside looking in
what about a CD-Rom- Real Wild Child, and interactive history of Aussie Rock?
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i just realised that if we're onlytalking cassette tapes, i can make a massachusetts/connecticut/vermont-area local rock mix.
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