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Old 04-06-2008, 12:03 AM   #646
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Question: If there's two instrumentals and I don't know who performed them, but they're both composed by and attributed to the same person, I can only use one, right?
Yeah, I think in that case you really could only use one. Don't want to push the rules and such - not that we've ever disqualified any tracklists for doing that before.
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Old 04-06-2008, 12:04 AM   #647
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I can't see it fitting better anywhere else, although it's still rougher than your other transitions.
Since the transition isn't entirely crap, I figured its roughness was a small price to pay for a song that otherwise works and is quite good.

The Triffids are undoubtedly one of the bands with the best lyrics that I've ever heard. David McComb was a brilliant lyricist.
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Old 04-06-2008, 12:06 AM   #648
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Out of Myself is good, but not as good as the first four.
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Out of Myself is good, but not as good as the first four.
That is the one song that came closest to being cut. I still have doubts about whether it should be there.
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I hate the early Beatles. I like more of their later stuff.
I like all Beatles. I love their stuff from The White Album on.
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PFan, Disc 1 Side A was actually a little better than I expected. And Won't Get Fooled Again into Zooropa works really well.

Zooropa's my favourite song that you've used so far, though I expect to like your conclusion even more.
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I think they suffer from the same thing RHCP suffers from: a poor frontman.
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Uncoffined suffers from a production standpoint.
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I like all Beatles. I love their stuff from The White Album on.
The Beatles are honestly one of the worst bands I have ever heard. What do you see in them?

I especially hate their vocals, just for the record.
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In comparison to the rest of the band, that is. Certainly Robert Plant is much better than Anthony Kiedis. I hate Anthony Kiedis.
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Yeah, I think in that case you really could only use one. Don't want to push the rules and such - not that we've ever disqualified any tracklists for doing that before.
This would be so much easier if I had my iPod with me today... and if it actually had all my music on it, instead of a revolving list equalling the 4GB I have available.
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I'm still on Khan's list. Does that make me a bad person?
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Uncoffined suffers from a production standpoint.
It's a Dunedin Sound song. Because none of the major labels were interested in what they were doing and this was eighties New Zealand far away from anywhere, they had to rely on lo-fi production. The Terminals actually have some of the better production going around.

A lot of the Dunedin Sound albums were recorded raw onto Chris Knox's (Toy Love, Tall Dwarfs) four-track recorder and that was it.
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