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post #91 of 745
1. NOFX - Idiots Have Taken Over 2. Nine Inch Nails - Everyday Is Exactly The Same 3. Shiny Toy Guns - Le Disko (new version) 4. Lifehouse - Sick Cycle Carousel 5. Lazlo Bane - Superman 6. Jet - Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is 7. Godsmack - Voodoo 8. Coldplay - Talk Thin White Duke Remix (Not sure if that's the actual title, that's what it shows up as but it's basically a remix of Talk) 9. Bloc Party - Banquet Remix 10. Bloodhound Gang - Foxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo
post #92 of 745
1. Laura Pausini - Tra te e il mare
2. Ima - Tu n'es pas seule
3. Chopin - Fantasie Impromptu
4. Polaroid - So Damn Beautiful
5. Nicole Richie - Dandelion
6. Superchick - Courage
7. Emma Daumas - Regarde-Nous
8. Laura Pausini - Nei giardini che nessuno sa
9. Rui Da Silva - Touch Me
10. Andrea Boceli - Melodramma
post #93 of 745
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Exactly my point. How can he be taken seriously as an MC when the only part of his album thats any good is DRE on the boards? I've never heard anything from him that was more than good production. He lives off his "thug" posturing, steroids, his street cred, and beats that should probably be going to a more talented rapper.

Unjustified? Why is my saying that the guy couldn't rap his way out of a paper bag unjustified? It's true. I thought In Da Club sucked royal nutsack when it came out. I couldn't believe that Dre would sign a hack like 50 to Aftermath. At least Eminem had lyrical skills, and his delivery was unique.

50 is a good rapper. His mixtapes are legendary. Power of the Dollar and Guess Who's Back, both have great songs. People can pick on "In Da Club" but on the song he says he switched up styles to sell records. I think 50's a far better rapper than Em, Em is better lyrically but everywhere else he's weaker.
post #94 of 745
I have my iPod well trained. Some deep cuts here...

Mighty Mighty Bosstones--Where'd You Go?
QOTSA--Another Love Song
Belle & Sebastian--You're Just a Baby
The Cars--Best Friend's Girl
The Decemberists--July, July!
Beastie Boys--Sabrosa
Lush--For Love
Mogwai--Waltz for Aidan
Ryan Adams--Silver Bullet
of Montreal--I Was a Landscape in Your Dream

next:
The Cars--Let the Good Times Roll
Xiu Xiu--I Broke Up
Pavement--Pueblo
Four Tet--Joy
Man Man--Push the Eagle's Stomach
Blond Redhead--Bipolar 1
The Walkment--Much Mongo (Harry Nilson cover)
Bebel Gilberto--Cada Beijo (Thievery Corp remix)
Stone Roses--Fool's Gold
Steve Earle--Copperhead Road

The Smiths--Panic
Sophie Ellis Bextor--Murder on the Dance Floor <----there it is! The embarrassing one!
Beck--Rental Car
The Ponys--10 Fingers 11 Toes
The Smiths--Reel Around the Fountain
Millencolin--Move Your Car (<----#2?)
The Smiths--A Rush and a Push and the Land Is Ours
Wilco--I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
Dinosaur Jr--Back to Your Heart
PAS/CAL--The Bronzed Beach Boys
post #95 of 745
Well, as others have done it, I'll do a repost too!

1) Male Tomboy - Eddie Izzard (from Dressed to Kill)
2) Halo - Collide (from Chasing the Ghost)
3) Πάει καιρός - Active Member (from Fiera)
4) Seven words - Pigface (from Preaching to the perverted)
5) The Silence Shed a Tear - In Slaughter Natives (from Purgate my Stain)
6) Oblivion (was it worth it mix) - Frontline Assembly (from Rewind)
7) Yo - Squarepusher (from Selection Sixteen)
8) Watermark - Enya (from Paint the Sky with Stars) THIS IS NOT MINE I SWEAR - wife's!
9) Kristus Insana - Megaptera (from Beyond the Massive Darkness) (wife's again)
10) I love my sex (feat. Violeta) -Benny Benassi (from Hypnotica)
post #96 of 745
Quote:
Originally Posted by aportnoy
Ouch. Or perhaps Wavy Gravy?
Imagine nobody.
post #97 of 745
1 Contours - Do You Love Me?
2 Tool - No Quarter
3 MC Hawking - All My Shooting's [sic] be Drivebys
4 Ramones - Something to Believe In
5 Miss Kittin & The Hacker - Life On MTV
6 Booker T & MGs - Lonely Avenue
7 ZZ Top - Tush
8 Depeche Mode - When the Body Speaks
9 Pixies - Make Believe
10 Radiohead - Idiotheque

11 Georgie Fame - I Love The Life I Live
12 Third Rail - Run, Run, Run
13 Vue - Girl
14 Zombies - Beechwood Park
15 Meters - Tippi-Toes
16 John Barry - Goldfinger
17 Johnny Cash - Cocaine Blues
18 Breeders - No Aloha
19 Hall & Oates - You Make My Dreams Come True
20 Depeche Mode - Question of Lust (Minimal Mix)

21 Kronos Quartet - Winter: Lux Aeterna (from Requiem for a Dream)
22 Brainbug - Square Pusher
23 Lively Ones - Misirlou
24 nin - starf8ckers inc. (live)
25 John Vanderslice - They Won't Let Me Run
26 Ventures - Night Drive
27 Beck - Outcome
28 Aphex Twin - Avril 14th
29 Man or Astro-Man - Put your fingers in the socket
30 Stranglers - Sometimes

I think some housecleaning is in order, but it's more listenable than my last list.

Edit: some jarring transitions in there.

Playlist time now 1219:04:06
post #98 of 745
No Lat Pack?
post #99 of 745
You so gentleman, yes?
post #100 of 745
Quote:
Originally Posted by jpeirpont
50 is a good rapper. His mixtapes are legendary. Power of the Dollar and Guess Who's Back, both have great songs. People can pick on "In Da Club" but on the song he says he switched up styles to sell records. I think 50's a far better rapper than Em, Em is better lyrically but everywhere else he's weaker.

Maybe its just my inherent dislike of people who change their style to sell records then. (esp. into something that sucks) Yes, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, I am talking to YOU!

I cannot stand any of Fiddy's radio cuts. IMO, all complete garbage.
post #101 of 745
Quote:
Originally Posted by j
19 Hall & Oates - You Make My Dreams Come True
Hall + Oats = ROXXXOR! You never really think about how many damn hit songs they had, but they had more #1 US singles than The Eagles, Prince, KC and the Sunshine Band, Barbara Streisand, Lionel Ritchie, Bon Jovi, Boyz II Men, and Puff Daddy. In fact, they are just one behind Phil Collins and two #1 singles shy of the Rolling Stones. I think H&O needs to make a comeback. As a tribute to the great Hall And Oates, I'm going to start my randomized list off with a H/O song. 1a: Hall And Oates - One On One (not random, but you gotta start somewhere!) 1b: Del The Funkee Homosapian - Pissin On Ya Steps 2: Old Dirty Bastard - Stomp 3: Sugafree - I'd Rather Give You My Bitch 4: Money Mark - Hand In Your Head 5: Nate Dogg - A Dirty Ho's Drawers (Was The Cause Of It All) 6: Toadies - Unattractive 7: RJD2 - Right Place, Wrong Time 8: Old Dirty Bastard - Dog Shit 9: Johnny Cash - Boy Named Sue (Live) 10: Massive Attack - Name Taken 11: Poe - Spanish Doll 12: Atmosphere - Modern Man's Hustle 13: Prince Paul - Steady Slobbin (Feat Breeze) 14: Money Mark - Bossa Nova 101 15: Dr. Dre - Bang Bang 16: Kurupt - Callin Out Names 17: Cake - Comfort Eagle 18: OutKast - Elevators 19: Stereo Total - Mars Rendez-vous (with Janco) 20: Corrosion Of Conformity - Without Wings 21: Aphex Twin - Windowlicker 22: The Mars Volta - Eriatarka 23: Stone Temple Pilots - Creep 24: Seatbelts - Odd Ones 25: The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil 26: Wade Amongst The Dead - Track 17 ( It actually had a name, but I don't remember what it is) 27: Pantera - A New Level 28: The Police - Roxanne 29: Beastie Boys - Egg Man 30: Sonic Youth - Skip Tracer
post #102 of 745
Thread Starter 
Today:

1. Ima Robot, Cool Cool Universe
2. Jimmy Eat World, Nothingwrong
3. David Bowie, Diamond Dogs
4. Strokes, Under Control
5. Sisters of Mercy, Logic
6. Smashing Pumpkins, Sweet Sweet
7. David Bowie, Modern Love
8. Further Seems Forever, Pictures of Shorelines
9. Cure, Same Deep Water As You
10. Devo, Beautiful World
post #103 of 745
I sometimes forget the great, eclectic taste of SF members. (Ironic) Hall and Oates fans, have you guys seen Yacht Rock? Worth your time.

Marah--History of Where Someone Has Been Killed
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club--Salvation
Get Up Kids--Valentine
Les Thugs--Moon Over Marin (Dead Kennedys cover)
Jazzanova--Janine (Thievery Corporation remix)
Ted Leo & the Pharmacists--Bleeding Powers
Mountain Goats--Woke Up New
Elliott Smith--Waltz #1
Stone Roses--Shoot You Down
Jeff Buckley--Lover, You Should Have Come Over
post #104 of 745
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by shoreman1782
Les Thugs--Moon Over Marin (Dead Kennedys cover)
This is hands-down my favorite DKs song ... so weird and beautiful, really a jarring change from their other stuff.
post #105 of 745
California Uptight Band -- Flatt & Scruggs
Rollin' On -- Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys
Nobody Knows Me -- Lyle Lovett
Cupid -- Sam Cooke
Swing Star -- Sarane Ferret et le Swing Quintette de Paris
Now or Never -- Katherine Whalen
Orphan Annie -- Tony Rice
I'm Tore Down -- Eric Clapton
You Deserve Flowers -- Chris Thile
The Battle March Medley -- Dan Beimborn
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