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Old 07-16-2008, 03:36 AM   #646
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Ah! I think I have actually heard it then. What I've heard from that soundtrack is pretty amazing.
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Trumpet! Well I like Alone Again Or
You'll definitely like Maybe the People Will Be the Times... then.
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Yes, it works as an 18 song set, and mostly as 9 song sections. I did kind of feel the last two songs of the first quarter are a bit out of place, though, if you just take those 9 by themselves. I really like how you've integrated all the different musical styles in those 18 tracks.

The Pavement track's alright, doesn't do much for me either way. Must warn you, I was never much a fan of The Replacements, especially not Bastards Of Young, and now whenever I hear it, I think of this one guy who I wish would die in a horribly fiery plane crash, so I'm kind of biased here.
Thanks, I'm glad you see and enjoy what I was going for there. Yeah, "Americans" does seem out of place in retrospect, but it was a cool lead-in to the Gorillaz track which led into the Panda Bear track, so it stuck.

Well that's nice.
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You're starting already? Awesome.
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Great movie. James Garner taking a blind Donald Pleasance and getting through ftmfw! Definitely one of the great 60's films. Steve McQueen
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Has anyone used a Radiohead track from Pablo Honey in a list before?

EDIT: both came from DI1 ("Anyone Can Play Guitar" and "Creep")
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I figured why not

I'm pretty much digging the album so far, really like The Daily Planet.
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Mine too, right alongside The Graduate.
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Thanks, I'm glad you see what I was going for there. Yeah, "Americans" does seem out of place in retrospect, but it was a cool lead-in to the Gorillaz track which led into the Panda Bear track, so it stuck.

Well that's nice.
Yeah, and it's not really that out of place. It's just most of your other segues are absolute winners and the flow* is quality that it sticks out a little when on most playlists, it wouldn't.

Oh, positively delightful, I know. But the arsehole spent two months deceiving me and then had the gall to expect me to be happy for him but not the courage to talk to me directly like a man, so to hell with him. And Bastards Of Young was the song he liked to use to try to push The Replacements onto me. Ah well, at least I'm conscious of the bias and know it's got fuck-all to do with the song itself, rather than all "raaahh this is shit and I don't have a good reason why but IT'S SHIT!"



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I'm pretty much digging the album so far, really like The Daily Planet.
I haven't listened to this album in ages, but you're right about Daily Planet, definitely.
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Wow, Blow Out is actually not bad.
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I haven't listened to this album in ages, but you're right about Daily Planet, definitely.
Ah there we go, Old Man is much calmer than the first four tracks Not that I don't like louder stuff, I'm just in the mood for calm right now
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Wow, Blow Out is actually not bad.
Early Radiohead brings the RAWK. Sort of.
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Ah there we go, Old Man is much calmer than the first four tracks Not that I don't like louder stuff, I'm just in the mood for calm right now
This album is definitely beautiful. I have to be in the mood for it, but the best moments are .

Have you heard Odessey And Oracle by the Zombies?
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Yeah, and it's not really that out of place. It's just most of your other segues are absolute winners and the flow* is quality that it sticks out a little when on most playlists, it wouldn't.

Oh, positively delightful, I know. But the arsehole spent two months deceiving me and then had the gall to expect me to be happy for him but not the courage to talk to me directly like a man, so to hell with him. And Bastards Of Young was the song he liked to use to try to push The Replacements onto me. Ah well, at least I'm conscious of the bias and know it's got fuck-all to do with the song itself, rather than all "raaahh this is shit and I don't have a good reason why but IT'S SHIT!"



*The fuck, people
That's great to hear then.

Haha, I hate when people ruin your liking of songs. It's unfair.
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