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Old 07-05-2007, 05:36 PM   #16
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How about playlists that didn't win, but still were damned good. It'd almost be like a re-submission type thing, I'm not sure. It'd be good to see really great playlists get the credit they deserved the first time around.
With the top ten lists I meant to say every playlist would be involved. I think for certain playlists to be remembered like that would really give them credit. I wasn't thinking of re-submission but more nostalgia. It could be really cool for people to see that their work is remembered. They could upload them again if they wanted. It would be a fun thing to do because I know I still listen to people's old playlists still.
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Ohhhhhhhh, that's what you meant. Yeah, then I totally buy into that.
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Screwtape, I've been listening to your list for a few hours and it is absolutely fantastic. The Twin Peaks songs, especially Sycamore Tree", really blew me away. The narrative slant on the whole thing is the icing on the cake.

I'm finalizing my list tonight and I'll send it.
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Screwtape, I've lost your email. Could you post it one more time?
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Screwtape, I've been listening to your list for a few hours and it is absolutely fantastic. The Twin Peaks songs, especially Sycamore Tree", really blew me away. The narrative slant on the whole thing is the icing on the cake.

I'm finalizing my list tonight and I'll send it.
Thanks. Sycamore Trees is so creepy and that saxophone part is simply chilling. Mysteries Of Love is also beautiful. I've used a lot of Twin Peaks or David Lynch related music to a lot success. Actually, I've found that the Twin Peaks soundtracks sound a lot like Passengers.

I'm glad you like my playlist. I think more people should dig into their soundtracks to see if anything works. I can't wait to hear yours.
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I got a lot of inspiration from soundtracks as well, especially any of Wes Anderson's movies.

I was reading about Little Jimmy Scott, too, his story is even a little bizarre.

Your Holst -> Arcade Fire transition is awesome, I remember a poster saying that Mars, the Bringer of War going into Wake Up is fantastic, too.
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I got a lot of inspiration from soundtracks as well, especially any of Wes Anderson's movies.

I was reading about Little Jimmy Scott, too, his story is even a little bizarre.

Your Holst -> Arcade Fire transition is awesome, I remember a poster saying that Mars, the Bringer of War going into Wake Up is fantastic, too.
That was actually me. ^

It is really inspiring to see someone like Little Jimmy Scott have success in an industry of looks and fashion.

I also love Wes Andersen soundtracks. Little Aquatic in particular.
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You can't beat The Life Aquatic's soundtrack. Between Mark Mothersbaugh, the classic David Bowie tracks (I wish I could use "Queen Bitch" in every playlist) and Portugese acoustic covers, and the classic Stooges track, it's a tour-de-force from start to finish. That's partly why The Life Aquatic is my favorite Wes Anderson movie.
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You can't beat The Life Aquatic's soundtrack. Between Mark Mothersbaugh, the classic David Bowie tracks (I wish I could use "Queen Bitch" in every playlist) and Portugese acoustic covers, and the classic Stooges track, it's a tour-de-force from start to finish. That's partly why The Life Aquatic is my favorite Wes Anderson movie.
Life Aquatic is also my favorite Wes Anderson movie. That movie features some of the best use of music in film.
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The submarine scene moves me to tears almost every time.
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The submarine scene moves me to tears almost every time.
Anyone who could make you laugh one minute and then move you in a scene like that, is beyond talented. Wes Anderson is a true genius.
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That is without a doubt, true, one of his biggest talents is casting.

Bill Murray in particular. He was my favorite comedian before then, then I watched The Life Aquatic and Lost in Translation back-to-back and goddamn. He's my favorite actor now.
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That is without a doubt, true, one of his biggest talents is casting.

Bill Murray in particular. He was my favorite comedian before then, then I watched The Life Aquatic and Lost in Translation back-to-back and goddamn. He's my favorite actor now.
I also love how he brings in dramatic actors like Olivia Williams and Willem Dafoe. Somehow they work in comedic roles.
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