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Despite it having set on my desk for over a fortnight, and despite that desk being six feet from a franking machine, I've only today managed to put the infernal thing in the post. Sorry for the delay, but its on its way. In related news, I received a CD last weekend and gave it a quick play as I was rushing out - some fantastic stuff on there and was overjoyed to briefly notice Fear Factory and The Wildhearts. Proper feedback to follow.

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Tracklist for the main man ABB.

01. Jon Hopkins - Second sense

02. Luke Vibert & Bj Cole - Fly Hawaii

03. The Avalanches - Etoh

04. See-I - The King

05. Nujabes Feat. Cise Starr form Cyne - Lady Brown

06. Natalie Walker - No One Else

07. The Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight (Ben Leibrand DMC Remix)

08. The Budos Band - Ride Or Die

09. Jackson And His Computer Band - Utopia

10. Underworld - Crocodile

11. Chic - I want your love (Todd Terje Edit)

12. Simian Mobile Disco - Hotdog

13. Apparat - Not a Number

14. Alexis Korner & CCS - Sunrise

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Some feedback for Goldbricker:

01. Jon Hopkins - Second Sense

Really nice first track. Very ethereal vocals and synth pads at the start, but then this lovely beat drops in. Smoothly mixed into...

02. Luke Vibert & Bj Cole - Fly Hawaii

Which I also really liked. A very loose groove with a big beat and bassline that really shook the room when I had it up loud :)

03. The Avalanches - Etoh

Another good mix and another good track.

04. See-I - The King

Great beat on this one, had me shuffling around the kitchen! The voice reminded me of the frog stage from Parappa.

05. Nujabes Feat. Cise Starr form Cyne - Lady Brown

Good mix into this cool hip-hop track. I wasn't sure if it was a mash-up or an original, be interested to know what they sampled as I really like the guitar work under the MC (who sounded like Jay-Z at times). I wouldn't mind an unmixed mp3 of this one as it ended a bit abruptly.

06. Natalie Walker - No One Else

This seemed really out of place after the funky beats preceding it. Not a bad song though when listened to out of context.

07. The Sugarhill Gang - Rapper's Delight (Ben Leibrand DMC Remix)

Yeah, love this one - seemed like a more natural progression from Nujabes though?

08. The Budos Band - Ride Or Die

Some old school funk stuff with lots of horns and some organ. Good shit!

09. Jackson And His Computer Band - Utopia

Some glitchy beats on this one. Pretty average stuff for me.

10. Underworld - Crocodile

The more I listen to this, the less I like it. It's just boring really and sounds fairly similar to Two Months Off.

11. Chic - I want your love (Todd Terje Edit)

Another good one I knew already. Good mix out of Underworld, although I thought you could have included less of the intro.

12. Simian Mobile Disco - Hotdog

Hmm, can't make my mind up about this one. Perhaps without the vocals it would be better?

13. Apparat - Not a Number

Bit of a contrast from the last track, which felt like it could build the mix a little higher rather than end it. So yeah, like track 6 - it was fine but seemed out of place.

14. Alexis Korner & CCS - Sunrise

Lovely song to end with.

Cheers for sending it, a good mix that I'll be listening to again.

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Tracklisting for the CD I sent to noob:

01. Foster Jackson Group - Feel the Spirit (Long Version)

02. Herbie Hancock - You Bet Your Love

03. Unlimited Touch - I Hear Music In The Streets

04. Ronnie Laws - Always There

05. Betty Davis - Your Man My Man

06. Black Ivory - I keep asking you questions

07. Al Green - You ought to be with me

08. Marvin Gaye - Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever

09. Gloria Gaynor - (If You Want It) Do It Yourself

10. Lenny Williams - Please Don't Tempt Me

11. Double Exposure - My Love Is Free (Tom Moulton Mix)

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Finally had chance to catch up - sorry about the delay, Kelthink. Enjoyed almost all of the CD, with some classic tracks and some good stuff I've not heard before. Thanks very much - I'm really pleased with it.

1. Stomping drums, sub-bass and grinding synth noises, with what sounds like heavily processed screams over it. Got an early nineties sound to it - Ministry/NIN/PWEI remix? I'm fairly sure I should recognise this - sounds like something I've probably danced to at some club or other. Definitely like it.

2. Fear Factory - New Breed. Is this one of the Remanufacture remixes? Haven't listened to FF in years, but its as good as ever. Pity they went on to make Obsolete, etc.

3. Thrash. Nice guitar work, though a touch generic. I like the fact that the singer doesn't just growl his way through the song, though a little melody would be nice. I'd imagine they could be fun live.

4. Wildhearts - Get Your Groove On. Been listening to The Wildhearts since the days I used to play billiards to Earth vs before school. Going to see them again next month.

5. Lots of moaning set to dense guitar and sparse drumming. Melodic - I like. Someone like Muse, maybe?

6. More synth drums and industrial clanging, with various synth sweeps. I was expecting it lo lead into something, but it doesn't really go anywhere.

7. Can't decide whether this was recorded in the 70s, or they just want it to sound that way, but still - good melodic punk with a catchy chorus. Win.

8. Despite taking singing lessons from track 5, this is good. Nice tempo/time changes and good guitar (great solo - not overblown) - I'd like to hear more.

9. Decent heavy melodic rock. Can't make my mind up about this - I like the track, but don't know whether I'd want to listen to their other stuff, in much the same way that there's only a couple of Monster Magnet tracks I can be bothered with.

10. Sparkly indie-rock with floaty singing, leads into off tempo guitar thrashes. Melodic post-hardcore or something along those lines? Like it, all the same.

11. Megadeth. Not a band I ever really listened to when I was heavily into Metal, though most of my friends did. Still - classic band and good track.

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Got my CD today, just had a quick listen and it sounds good. I will have a few more listens and report back with my findings.

Mine will be in the post first thing tomorrow (sorry it's so late), so it should be with the lucky recipient on Saturday. There is a theme to my CD this month, all the tracks are 2:59 long, I hope you like it.

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Finally had chance to catch up - sorry about the delay, Kelthink. Enjoyed almost all of the CD, with some classic tracks and some good stuff I've not heard before. Thanks very much - I'm really pleased with it.

1. Stomping drums, sub-bass and grinding synth noises, with what sounds like heavily processed screams over it. Got an early nineties sound to it - Ministry/NIN/PWEI remix? I'm fairly sure I should recognise this - sounds like something I've probably danced to at some club or other. Definitely like it.

2. Fear Factory - New Breed. Is this one of the Remanufacture remixes? Haven't listened to FF in years, but its as good as ever. Pity they went on to make Obsolete, etc.

3. Thrash. Nice guitar work, though a touch generic. I like the fact that the singer doesn't just growl his way through the song, though a little melody would be nice. I'd imagine they could be fun live.

4. Wildhearts - Get Your Groove On. Been listening to The Wildhearts since the days I used to play billiards to Earth vs before school. Going to see them again next month.

5. Lots of moaning set to dense guitar and sparse drumming. Melodic - I like. Someone like Muse, maybe?

6. More synth drums and industrial clanging, with various synth sweeps. I was expecting it lo lead into something, but it doesn't really go anywhere.

7. Can't decide whether this was recorded in the 70s, or they just want it to sound that way, but still - good melodic punk with a catchy chorus. Win.

8. Despite taking singing lessons from track 5, this is good. Nice tempo/time changes and good guitar (great solo - not overblown) - I'd like to hear more.

9. Decent heavy melodic rock. Can't make my mind up about this - I like the track, but don't know whether I'd want to listen to their other stuff, in much the same way that there's only a couple of Monster Magnet tracks I can be bothered with.

10. Sparkly indie-rock with floaty singing, leads into off tempo guitar thrashes. Melodic post-hardcore or something along those lines? Like it, all the same.

11. Megadeth. Not a band I ever really listened to when I was heavily into Metal, though most of my friends did. Still - classic band and good track.

Chak Lish:

1) NIN - Happiness in Slavery (Mix)

2) Fear Factory - New Breed

3) Evile - Burned Alive

4) The Wildhearts (who I really wish I could fucking see next month had the staff Xmas meal not been planned for the same day :D) - Get Your Groove On

5) Queens of the Stone Age - River In The Road

6) Kinesthesia - Triachus (Aphex Twin Mix)

7) God Damn Whores - Unemployment Man

:( Mastodon - Colony of Birchmen

9) Velvet Revolver - Superhuman

10) The Mars Volta - Eriatarka

11) Megadeth - Burnt Ice

Glad you liked it, dude. :D Going by your few posts, I kind of guessed along the lines of 'heavy' and 'cyber-punk'.

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bph, sorry for the time its taken me to do feedback. its just been mental busy at work and havent had a chance to sit down since got back form holidays to give it a proper listen until recently.

feedback below...

Tracklisting for the CD I sent to noob:

01. Foster Jackson Group - Feel the Spirit (Long Version)

this starts great, sorta disco in the break in the middle. brilliant start!

02. Herbie Hancock - You Bet Your Love

to be honest, i hadnt heard much of his stuff and this is just great, i love the squelchy synth noises and the big funk off guitar in it.

03. Unlimited Touch - I Hear Music In The Streets

i love this, the different voices, the relaxed but fun sound...reminds me of wandering around nyc in the summer smiling.

04. Ronnie Laws - Always There

instrumental time! started off nicely with the crazy intro, keep expecting the brand new heavies to burst through the door.

05. Betty Davis - Your Man My Man

like the crazy breathy vocals that just gets more manic as the track progresses

06. Black Ivory - I keep asking you questions

this makes me want to jump up on a table and D.A.N.C.E!

07. Al Green - You ought to be with me

its al green. nuff said.

08. Marvin Gaye - Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever

this is one of my favourites on the mix. absolutely wonderful. so lovely. just begs to be sung along to.

09. Gloria Gaynor - (If You Want It) Do It Yourself

OMFG!!! *swoons at its brilliance* simply amazing. this and the marvin track are my faves. :P

10. Lenny Williams - Please Don't Tempt Me

another singalong fave. ;)

11. Double Exposure - My Love Is Free (Tom Moulton Mix)

perfect end to a perfect mix.

quite possibly the best mix i have received so far. absolutely wonderful. the whole thing is so.... :lol:

so thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!

i must admit to not owning alot (if any) similar stuff which i should be ashamed of but i always feel so overwhelmed on where to start...so thank you.

amazing.

:wub: :wub: :wub:

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Oh wow, thanks noob! I'm glad you enjoyed it so much, I tried to include as many of my favourites as I could on there. You should pop into the Soul thread on here when you can as you'll find several more similar tracks :o

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Feedback for Noob :

1. I'm fairly sure this is Fujiya & Miyagi - which reminds me I need to look for my CD as I haven't listened to it in ages, when music is this good is deserves the respect of regular playbacks.

2. Nice rolling synth intro, good solid energy. Vocals feel suitable rather than forced into a pop tune. Enjoyable stuff.

3. Hmmm. I'm guessing this is some kind of ironic tune that Saint Etienne like to churn out. They were alright with the Brazil football samples but that's as far as it goes.

4. A good wobbly lo-fi synth intro. I recognise the voice singing, can't place it though. It's an interesting remix and I'm sure I'll go 'of course' when you tell me.

5. This is Feist isn't it. I barely listened to her last album. Should give it more of a chance, didn't seem to stand up to Let It Die on initial listens. Pleasant enough.

6. Nice folky strumming intro. The singer is almost too 'warbly'. Its nice but I'd probably have to hear her other tracks before a definite verdict

7. Sounds like this might be a remix as well. Production is perhaps too murky, reminds me of Bjork but that's probably a lazy comparison.

8. More 80's synthy tune with an 'euro' female vocal. I like the breakdown half way in. I'd probably prefer it more if it was instrumental.

9. Sounds like some Jaxx type party track. Good broken beat drums. And then the lyrics -mmmkay!

10. Sounds like a Chris & Cosey track. I recognise it from somewhere. A bit dated but interestingly enjoyable

11. Class - Tracey Thorn - such effortless beauty. Theres so much going on this record without you realising it. From one of the albums of the year.

12. Fuck. I do know this, but I'm drawing a complete blank. It's something obvious isn't it. It's fantasic, anys'how.

So, overall largely familiar tracks, even though I'm a bit shit at naming them. Absolutely hate the Saint Etienne one, but gold stars for the rest. Tracklist should be enlightening!

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Feedback for Noob :

1. I'm fairly sure this is Fujiya & Miyagi - which reminds me I need to look for my CD as I haven't listened to it in ages, when music is this good is deserves the respect of regular playbacks.

2. Nice rolling synth intro, good solid energy. Vocals feel suitable rather than forced into a pop tune. Enjoyable stuff.

3. Hmmm. I'm guessing this is some kind of ironic tune that Saint Etienne like to churn out. They were alright with the Brazil football samples but that's as far as it goes.

4. A good wobbly lo-fi synth intro. I recognise the voice singing, can't place it though. It's an interesting remix and I'm sure I'll go 'of course' when you tell me.

5. This is Feist isn't it. I barely listened to her last album. Should give it more of a chance, didn't seem to stand up to Let It Die on initial listens. Pleasant enough.

6. Nice folky strumming intro. The singer is almost too 'warbly'. Its nice but I'd probably have to hear her other tracks before a definite verdict

7. Sounds like this might be a remix as well. Production is perhaps too murky, reminds me of Bjork but that's probably a lazy comparison.

9. More 80's synthy tune with an 'euro' female vocal. I like the breakdown half way in. I'd probably prefer it more if it was instrumental.

10. Sounds like some Jaxx type party track. Good broken beat drums. And then the lyrics -mmmkay!

11. Sounds like a Chris & Cosey track. I recognise it from somewhere. A bit dated but interestingly enjoyable

12. Class - Tracey Thorn - such effortless beauty. Theres so much going on this record without you realising it. From one of the albums of the year.

13. Fuck. I do know this, but I'm drawing a complete blank. It's something obvious isn't it. It's fantasic, anys'how.

So, overall largely familiar tracks, even though I'm a bit shit at naming them. Absolutely hate the Saint Etienne one, but gold stars for the rest. Tracklist should be enlightening!

glad you liked it! actually, you are right about the saint etienne track. it is rather twee...anyhow, the tracklist is;

1. conductor 71 - fujiya & miyagi (was introduced to me by alan - amazing)

2. off and on - roisin murphy (great new album - this is the single)

3. milk bottle symphony - saint etienne

4. electric renaissance - belle & sebastian

5. my moon my man - feist

6. each moment new - louise rhodes (used to be the singer in lamb)

7. william tell - nina hynes (crazy irish singer)

8. find my soul - sally shapiro (thanks mr do!)

9. the rough and the quick - red snapper (love the lyrics!)

10. frequency 7 - visage (from the last night a dj saved my life album)

11. raise the roof - tracey thorn (amazing lady and an amazing album)

12. ghosts - siobhan donaghy (another great lady who isnt appreciated enough, the album it comes from of the same name is great too)

any surprises with the list?

a fave???

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Well, I can't count! Favourites would be the Fujiya & Miyagi and Tracey Thorns tracks. I'd heard the Siobhan Donaghy track from a magazine compilation which is why I couldn't place it. From the stuff I hadn't heard before I'd probably say Roisin Murphy's was my favourite.

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2. off and on - roisin murphy (great new album - this is the single)

This isn't on the album, never mind it being a single!? You've got some wires massively crossed somewhere. I wrote about the album a while ago on our blog which might help you figure out which tracks you mean :(

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Feedback for larrydavidsanger...

01. Nice enough intro, which almost sounds a bit easy listening. Sounds like a theme for some cheesy TV programme, almost ;)

02. Disco! I know who will like this one :( Anyway, it builds nicely with all the right disco sound effects, before the vocals start. I really like this one, and I like the little keyboard sounds in the background during parts of the song. It ends suddenly though.

03. More disco, this time with the hand-claps and piano. The vocal is very disco this time as well, although I'm really too keen on them TBH (the chorus is ok though). I definitely perfer this track, if it was instrumental. They probably loved it on the dance floors in New York, though.

04. Still on with the funky flavours, with this little instrumental number called Baby Dee. Think smoky bar, late-at-night. It's alright, not quite the sounds I listen too. They've got the bongos going big time! Almost reminds me of that 80's Papa's Got A Pig Bag track.

05. Back on the dancefloor, with some more disco action. This one wastes no time in getting on down, with some lovely keyboard sounds etc.. This one makes me want to turn up the volume, and it's very funky as well. Another one for acidbearboy then! I'd definitely dance to this one, and extra points for it being all instrumental :( It's called, Echo By Midnight.

06. This cd is Saturday Night Fever, I swear. Another vocal disco track, again they probably loved this to bits in NY. It's not really my thing, especially after the last track. Not my kind of Fantasy.

07. We chillout a bit now, with this slow number with slighty dreamy vocals. It's still got that disco vibe, but to kiss the girls with. Got a bit of Prefuse 73 beats to it as well.

08. Pure chillout now. Nothing more to say, I love this one. It's L U S H, and reminds of Casino Versus Japan. I could relax with this all day, and not get bored :D

09. Another great record, and I'm going to guess at it being The Beloved? It sounds like it could be a bit more epic, but at the sametime it does everything right, by keeping you interested in the song. There is nice long gaps between the vocals.

10. Well this is nice and short, and it's got a hip-hop glitch feel to it. Could be someone like Prefuse 73, but I'm not sure. It took a few listens to like this one, but I really like it now. There are some lovely sounds which come and go. Anyway, it leads to the last song...

11. I'm sure I recognize this one, but I just can't think who it is. It could be Belle & Sebastian? I'm not keen on the start of the track, but it soon gets going into something I like a lot. Still, a very nice song to end on.

And as noob says above, a perfect end to a perfect mix! Cheers :D

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This isn't on the album, never mind it being a single!? You've got some wires massively crossed somewhere. I wrote about the album a while ago on our blog which might help you figure out which tracks you mean ;)

oops! sure i heard this somewhere and i thought it was a single. if not, it certainly should be!!!

:(

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Feedback for larrydavidsanger...

01. Nice enough intro, which almost sounds a bit easy listening. Sounds like a theme for some cheesy TV programme, almost :P

02. Disco! I know who will like this one ;) Anyway, it builds nicely with all the right disco sound effects, before the vocals start. I really like this one, and I like the little keyboard sounds in the background during parts of the song. It ends suddenly though.

03. More disco, this time with the hand-claps and piano. The vocal is very disco this time as well, although I'm really too keen on them TBH (the chorus is ok though). I definitely perfer this track, if it was instrumental. They probably loved it on the dance floors in New York, though.

04. Still on with the funky flavours, with this little instrumental number called Baby Dee. Think smoky bar, late-at-night. It's alright, not quite the sounds I listen too. They've got the bongos going big time! Almost reminds me of that 80's Papa's Got A Pig Bag track.

05. Back on the dancefloor, with some more disco action. This one wastes no time in getting on down, with some lovely keyboard sounds etc.. This one makes me want to turn up the volume, and it's very funky as well. Another one for acidbearboy then! I'd definitely dance to this one, and extra points for it being all instrumental :D It's called, Echo By Midnight.

06. This cd is Saturday Night Fever, I swear. Another vocal disco track, again they probably loved this to bits in NY. It's not really my thing, especially after the last track. Not my kind of Fantasy.

07. We chillout a bit now, with this slow number with slighty dreamy vocals. It's still got that disco vibe, but to kiss the girls with. Got a bit of Prefuse 73 beats to it as well.

08. Pure chillout now. Nothing more to say, I love this one. It's L U S H, and reminds of Casino Versus Japan. I could relax with this all day, and not get bored :D

09. Another great record, and I'm going to guess at it being The Beloved? It sounds like it could be a bit more epic, but at the sametime it does everything right, by keeping you interested in the song. There is nice long gaps between the vocals.

10. Well this is nice and short, and it's got a hip-hop glitch feel to it. Could be someone like Prefuse 73, but I'm not sure. It took a few listens to like this one, but I really like it now. There are some lovely sounds which come and go. Anyway, it leads to the last song...

11. I'm sure I recognize this one, but I just can't think who it is. It could be Belle & Sebastian? I'm not keen on the start of the track, but it soon gets going into something I like a lot. Still, a very nice song to end on.

And as noob says above, a perfect end to a perfect mix! Cheers :D

1. Gary Wilson - You Were Too Good To Be True (1:59)

He's one of these guys that no-one cared about at the time but was re-discovered in the last few years. As you say, it's mainly here for a gentle intro, his other stuff is a sort of lo-fi Prince mashed up with Beck sound

2. Chaz Jankel - Get Myself Together (4:39)

The guitarist from the Blockheads, I didn't know he had any solo stuff at all until earlier this month when I found this on a music blog somewhere, must look out for his album

3. Cerrone - Hooked on you (5:33)

Another off a music blog, I'm getting more into disco these days and on the first few listens I really liked this but after a few more listens I agree the vocals are a bit weak

4. Konk - Baby Dee (6:02)

Love the bongos and the brass on this one, they played it in a club I go to and it got the everyone moving. It sort of reminds me of Antibalas a bit and Sonic Youth's first drummer is on this track :)

5. daniel wang - echo by midnight (4:23)

The more I listened to this mix after I sent it out the more this track grated on me, glad it had the opposite effect on you though. I think it's the synth strings that really bug me on it.

6. Aquarian Dream - Fantasy (3:39)

Again I feel the opposite way about this to your opinions, I thought this would be a definite hit :D More lovely brass and keys :) Quite like the vocals as well

7. Koushik - Be With (4:10)

I think it was maybe someone from here that put me on to this guy, not yet heard a track that I didn't like

8. Casino Versus Japan - Aquarium (4:59)

Exactly right, Casino Vs. Japan. I listened to this once I think after I downloaded it, it came up on random on the ipod and I loved it so much that I put the whole album on straight after.

9. Matias Aguayo - Well (5:27)

Some minimal techno, can't remember where I heard of this guy but I went through a period of months listening to this album whenever I wanted to relax, love the vocals

10. to rococo rot - portrait song (2:19)

Another one that I hadn't really given my full attention to after downloading it a year or so again, happened upon it while organising mp3 folders and thought it fit in quite well.

11. The Whitest Boy Alive - Burning (3:09)

It's the guy from Kings of Convenience and maybe he was in Royksopp as well, I liked this because it's just a guitar, bass, drums and vocals but still sounds similar enough to the other stuff on here. Vocals are lovely too.

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Seems like I'm not the only one who had the Soulsavers on their tracklist this month, yeah, Tough Guys.. is one of those albums I come back to, their tracks are good for pretty much any downtempo affair. I found their "Smoking and Drinking" mix on The Mixing Bowl last month, super sounds from the Seventies, except properly mixed just like I like.

So that's Rumblefish; elsewhere there's a little piece of disappointment from Ulrich, I know a lot of people still love what he's doing but you can count me out from now on. I dunno who, but someone made the Chilis sound a bit more interesting at #9 (that wouldn't be hard). I heard an electro mix of the same tune (I think) in HMV today, it sounded fucking wierd, tbh. Wait, back to track 2, that's San Andreas, right? Don't ask me what, but I'm sure it's a loading screen. Then at the end I'm hearing Portishead, I'm guessing it's supposed to move me but it's not, decent tune though it is.

The rest is kinda hard to turn into words, cos I find it easiest to sound off about stuff I love/hate. #1 gave me Amob Tobin vibes, stab in the dark probably, it has a funky, yet tense sound. #3 seemed to be carrying the GTA/Driver vibe on a bit, but it would be one of those sub-missions where you have a REALLY long drive across town and then you get lost in the docks looking for the drugs stash that you know you gotta take all the way back. - Rumblefish - Followed by an electronic track that's a bit too weak and generic to get stuck into - Ulrich - Something from the 80s? I've defo heard it before, but I don't really know anyone from the 80s - more 80s, more cheesy, heh - Chilis - the next one I thought was the same track going a bit crazy at the end, shows how much attention I was paying, then we get accoustic material that wasn't so interesting - Portishead - Wierd! but it kinda went shit after 50 seconds.

FIN.

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Tracklist:

1. Shawn Lee - Here's To You Miss Philips - (from Bully)

2. Michael Hunter - Theme from San Andreas

3. Barry De Vorzon - Theme from The Warriors

4. Soulsavers - Rumblefish

5. Felix Da Housecat - Moviedisco

6. Ulrich Schnauss - A Song About Hope

7. A Mountain Of One - Brown Piano

8. Ingrid Chavez - Wintersong

9. Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra - By The Way

10. Desert Sessions - Covered In Punks Blood

11. Kings Of Convenience - Gold In The Air Of Summer

12. Portishead - Numb

13. Shawn Lee - Welcome To Bullworth - (from Bully)

...comments later...

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Okay, to keep this thread going, here's my November tracklist:

1. Beirut - Forks & Knives

2. Future Loop Foundation - Stereo '72

3. Daedelus - Fair Weather Friends

4. The Cinematic Orchestra - As the Stars Fall

5. Vaccine - Atrium

6. Les Reines Prochaines - Opfer Dieses Liedes

7. The Soulsavers - Paper Money

8. Block Barley - Scott's Walk

9. Boxcutter - Foxy

10. Burial - Unite

11. Fairmont - Time's Fool

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Tracklisting for Goldbricker:

1. Lordi - The Devil is a Loser

2. Danny Elfman/PWEI - Ich bin ein Halloweener

3. Grendel - Zombienation

4. Suicide Commando - Hellraiser (Psychopath 01 version)

5. Zombie Girl - We are the ones

6. Devin Townsend - Bad Devil

7. Icon of Coil - Other half of me

8. Dismantled - Get it through

9. The Wildhearts - Piss Joy

10. Manic Street Preachers - Autumnsong

11. Mesh - Document (Assemblage 23 cover)

12. Alphaville - Forever Young (acoustic)

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