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Old 07-15-2008, 04:09 PM   #16
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Awesome.

Panda Bear fucking rocks. I love their spacey, Beach Boys-esque sound.
Comfy In Nautica--->21st Century was a gimme thanks to that 20 second noise intro, but the rest of the song uses Nautica's intensity in its favor. Good call.

There are some weird looking segues coming up. It'll be interesting to see how it holds up. Personally, I think 21st Century--->And It Rained All Night would be an awesome transition.
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so I just realized that for some reason a couple tracks on your list didn't go where they belong LMP...so I'm done with your list, but missed three songs ah well, I'm out for a while folks
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Comfy In Nautica--->21st Century was a gimme thanks to that 20 second noise intro, but the rest of the song uses Nautica's intensity in its favor. Good call.

There are some weird looking segues coming up. It'll be interesting to see how it holds up. Personally, I think 21st Century--->And It Rained All Night would be an awesome transition.
21st Century was ridiculous because of the sax clamoring at the end. Hopefully my choice there works. I think the 21st all the way to And It Rained All Night is a little shaky, but the rest is solid.
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21st Century was ridiculous because of the sax clamoring at the end. Hopefully my choice there works.
I've never heard this next song, so I wouldn't know offhand.
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so I just realized that for some reason a couple tracks on your list didn't go where they belong LMP...so I'm done with your list, but missed three songs ah well, I'm out for a while folks
That's okay, as long as you enjoyed it.
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I did enjoy it. It was well put together, and I dont' think it was as mainstream as you seem to sorta think it is. But maybe I've just not as much experience in this genre either.


VP, I'll give yours a listen this evening.
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21st Century--->II B.S. was sort of a damned-if-you-do, damned-if-you-don't kind of thing. Hardly anything was going to work there, and you made the most of it.
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I got through Patti Smith earlier - don't know what her appeal is to people.

I had Friction on my list at one point, but a change to See No Evil was necessary due to a better fit.

The Ian Dury song was...interesting, I'll give you that.

I'm not the biggest Sex Pistols person, but Pretty Vacant has always been fantastic. And right into The Ramones was
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21st Century--->II B.S. was sort of a damned-if-you-do, damned-if-you-don't kind of thing. Hardly anything was going to work there, and you made the most of it.
That was my idea going into it. Probably the most out-there transition of the whole list not including Adam Sandler.
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Catching up a bit more here...

Going into I'm The Man was awesome. Always liked that song.

Kudos for putting on a lesser known Pretenders track, although this is one I'm not particularly fond of. Not awful or anything, just ok.
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That was my idea going into it. Probably the most out-there transition of the whole list not including Adam Sandler.
The only issue I'm having with this list so far (and this is going to sound very picky) is that it's lacking a mood of any kind. The songs flow great, but it's jumping from party jamz, to epic Brian Wilson-isms, and then over to jazz. It's just a little too eclectic.
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The only issue I'm having with this list so far (and this is going to sound very picky) is that it's lacking a mood of any kind. The songs flow great, but it's jumping from party jamz to epic Brian Wilson-isms, and over to jazz. It's just a little too eclectic.
I tried to set up different moods within the sections and weave in between, you know?
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I tried to set up different moods within the sections and weave in between, you know?
Yeah, I get that. It's strange in playlist form though. If it were on LP as intended, it would come across a lot better. This is the same problem I had with I&L's DI4 list, except on a smaller scale. Their list was so damn segmented that listening to it in playlist form was one big WTF, because the sections didn't fit together at all.

At least your list is a good time for all, while theirs had that heavyhanded concept.
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