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Old 05-17-2005, 10:27 AM   #1
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The (insert country name here) Mix

Well, despite me having taken a good 4 or 5 hours last Thursday afternoon/evening putting it together, downloading songs, arranging them, etc., nobody in the Philly gang got to hear my Canuck Mix on my MP3 player.

So here's an idea that I really like. Post up a mix of songs of artists from your own country, and I'll download it and put it on my MP3 player for a week.

It can be up to about 50 songs, because all I have is a 256 MB player.

I also realize this is much easier for Americans, but as they say, c'est la vie.

Give'r!
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Old 05-17-2005, 10:45 AM   #2
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Hojas de Te - Los Tres
Tu Cariño Se Me Va - Los Tres
Tejedores De Ilusion - La Ley
Dia Cero - La Ley
Miño (live) - Los Bunkers
Quieren Dinero - Los Prisioneros
Estrechez de Corazon - Los Prisioneros
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Re: The (insert country name here) Mix

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Well, despite me having taken a good 4 or 5 hours last Thursday afternoon/evening putting it together, downloading songs, arranging them, etc., nobody in the Philly gang got to hear my Canuck Mix on my MP3 player.

I didn't even know you had put one together.
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I did. I actually think the only people that knew about it were Abby and Ewen.

Anyways, here's what it was:
Matt Mays + El Torpedo - Cocaine Cowgirl
Stan Rogers - Barrett's Privateers
The Tragically Hip - Ahead By A Century
The Tragically Hip - Blow at High Dough
The Tragically Hip - Bobcaygeon
Matt Mays + El Torpedo - Stand Down at Sundown
The Tragically Hip - Grace, Too
The Tragically Hip - Long Time Running
The Tragically Hip - Nautical Disaster
The Tragically Hip - New Orleans is Sinking
The Tragically Hip - Scared
The Tragically Hip - The Darkest One
The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely
The Tragically Hip - Cordelia
The Tragically Hip - Emperor Penguin (live)
The Joel Plaskett Emergency - Clueless Wonder
The Joel Plaskett Emergency - Waiting to be Discovered
The Trews - Fleeting Trust
54-40 - I Go Blind
Skydiggers - A Penny More
The Tragically Hip - The Dire Wolf
The Tragically Hip - Silver Jet
The Arcade Fire - Wake Up
The Tragically Hip - Are We Family?
The Tragically Hip - Use it Up
The Tragically Hip - Don't Wake Daddy (live)
The Tragically Hip - Gift Shop (live)
The Tragically Hip - Springtime in Vienna (live)
The Trews - Hopeless
The Tragically Hip - My Music At Work
Mir - Invisible Science
The Tragically Hip - 38 Years Old
The Tragically Hip - At the Hundredth Meridian
The Tragically Hip - Courage
The Tragically Hip - Twist My Arm
The Tragically Hip - You're Everywhere
The Tragically Hip - Little Bones
The Tragically Hip - Poets
The Tragically Hip - Vaccination Scar
The Tragically Hip - Wheat Kings
Matt Mays + El Torpedo - What Are We Gonna Do Come The Month Of September?
The Tragically Hip - It's a Good Life If You Don't Weaken
The Trews - Burn The Grass Red
The Trews - Fire Up Ahead
The Trews - So She's Leaving

There's actually no order to this at all. It works particularly well on "shuffle" though.

I avoided the Canadian artists that everyone's heard, like Neil Young and Bryan Adams and such. So that basically left me with the quintessential Canadian band that very very few Americans have even heard of, but who are sacred up here, The Tragically Hip.
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I think I'll be seeing the Hip in the summer (at the Salmon Festival in Grand Falls-Windsor, NL).
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As for songs by people from my home country...I can't say I listen to very many South African artists. You might want to look up some stuff by Ladysmith Black Mambazo, but their music isn't spectacular. There's only one South African musician I feel is worth listening to, and he's a comedian. Leon Schuster! If you can find "Taxi Song" download it. It's hilarious!

Edit: Ugh, got the name of the song wrong.
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i would post my canadian mix, but some lovely people who signed up for ICDE: Vol. 5 will be getting it in the near future.

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