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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Purple Hayes » 03 Feb 2011, 9:55am

Not a bad little playlist... :mrgreen:

Bowie - Be my Wife
Black Grape - Shake well before opening
Pioneers- Longshot kick de bucket
Angelic Upstarts - I'm an upstart
Steel Pulse - Drug Squad
FYC - Johnny Come home
King Tubby - Battle axe dub
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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by 101Walterton » 03 Feb 2011, 2:57pm

Purple Hayes wrote:Not a bad little playlist... :mrgreen:

FYC - Johnny Come home
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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by esmark » 03 Feb 2011, 3:16pm

The Silencers - Walkmans and magnums
An Emotional Fish - Summertime
Dave Sharp - Last smilin' villain from the South
Nick Hawkins - Dynamo-Jo
The Pogues - Mountain Dew
Waterboys - Red Army Blues
Warren Zevon - Play it all night long

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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Chuck Mangione » 03 Feb 2011, 5:25pm

John Cale - "The Endless Plain of Fortune"
The Mothers of Invention - "It Can't Happen Here"
Bob Dylan - "I Shall Be Free"
Flesh Eaters - "No Questions Asked"
Rising Sons - "Tulsa County"
MC5 - "Tonight"
Big Audio Dynamite - "Beyond the Pale"

Skipped tracks:
The Clash - Let the Good Times Roll from Rude Boy
James Williamson and The Careless Hearts - 1970 (live)

Much better shuffle this time. It actually has songs that are listenable and non-filler.

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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Chuck Mangione » 03 Feb 2011, 5:44pm

Fourth time:

Suicide - "Girl"
Devo - "Mongoloid"
Robert Johnson - "Love in Vain"
The Kinks - "Death of a Clown" *
Son House - "Sundown"
The Stooges - "Dirt [take 12]"
Minutemen - "Take 5, D"

*It's interesting how it picked this Kinks song since I already listened to it twice in a row like twenty minutes ago, and it's Dave Davies birthday today. Also notice how "clown" and "sundown" rhyme and the next two songs have "take" in them.

The 8th song was First Night Back in London, no joke.

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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Special Patrol » 03 Feb 2011, 7:19pm

Jim Morrison - Angels And Sailors
David Bowie - The Secret Life Of Arabia
Cynic - How Could I
Galaxie 500 - Cold Night
Wipers - Wait A Minute
Shellac - Copper
Lou Reed - Perfect Day (Acoustic Demo)

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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Flex » 03 Feb 2011, 8:35pm

I'm gonna post up two more rounds from my Mediamonkey library.

Round #1:

The Clash - Spanish Bombs [Live]
David Allan Coe - Cum Stains on My Pillow
The F.U.'s - Peer Police
The Kinks - Do It Again
White Zombie - Dead or Alive
The Clash - Police & Thieves [Live]
Government Issue - I'm James Dean

The Clash live boots are starting to make their presence known. Also, I gotta say, this is a pretty badass set of music, here. Truckly, even.

Round #2:

Velvet Underground - Sweet Jane
Gang Green - Let's Drink Some Beer
The Clash - Rock the Casbah [Live]
U2 - Fire
Bob Dylan - Quinn the Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn)
Joe Strummer & the Mescaleros - Mega Bottle Ride [Live]
The Band - Don't Ya Tell Henry

More Clash (& related) boots making themslves know here. Otherwise a pretty "classic rock" feel to the whole affair. Works for me.
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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Inder » 03 Feb 2011, 8:51pm

And once more:

XTC — Ten Feet Tall
Paul McCartney — Long and Winding Road (Live)
Mingus Sextext/Eric Dolphy — Take the "A" Train
The Remains — Why Do I Cry (Live)
The Knickerbockers — Lies
Velvet — Bet If You Ask Around
Zounds — New Band

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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Flex » 03 Feb 2011, 8:53pm

Inder wrote:Mingus Sextext/Eric Dolphy — Take the "A" Train
:cool:
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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Chuck Mangione » 03 Feb 2011, 9:00pm

Flex wrote:
Inder wrote:Mingus Sextext/Eric Dolphy — Take the "A" Train
:cool:
Sextext :cool:

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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Wolter » 03 Feb 2011, 9:13pm

I'm gonna sext your Mingus, baby.

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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Marky Dread » 03 Feb 2011, 11:49pm

1. The Replacements - Black Diamond
2. The Replacements - Black Diamond
3. The Replacements - Black Diamond
4. The Replacements - Black Diamond
5. The Replacements - Black Diamond
6. The Replacements - Black Diamond
7. KISS - Black Diamond
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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Marky Dread » 04 Feb 2011, 12:12am

1. I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night - The Electric Prunes
2. Fast Cars - Buzzcocks
3. I Can See For Miles - The Who
4. I'm Not Like Everybody Else - The Kinks
5. Satellite - Sex Pistols
6. A Song From Under The Floorboards - Magazine
7. Up and Down Hills - The Panic Report
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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Marky Dread » 04 Feb 2011, 12:20am

1. Rise - PiL
2. Life's What You Make It - Talk Talk
3. The Killing Moon - Echo & The Bunnymen
4. It's Going To Happen - The Undertones
5. Senses Working Overtime - XTC
6. Seconds - The Human League
7. Caught By The Fuzz - Supergrass
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Re: seven song shuffle

Post by Wolter » 04 Feb 2011, 12:29am

Marky Dread wrote:1. The Replacements - Black Diamond
2. The Replacements - Black Diamond
3. The Replacements - Black Diamond
4. The Replacements - Black Diamond
5. The Replacements - Black Diamond
6. The Replacements - Black Diamond
7. KISS - Black Diamond
Solid.

One more round:

Naked City - "Piledriver"
Joy Division - "Interzone"
Incredible Kidda Band - "Don't Take Me To the Cleaners"
Public Enemy - "Prophets of Rage"
Napalm Death - "C.S."
Apocalypse Hoboken - "Sweet Transvestite"
Rolling Stones - "Monkey Man"

This looks like the kind of playlist I would willfully construct to show how "hip and varied" my music taste is. "NY Avant-Jazz followed by Post-Punk followed by Power Pop followed by militant Hip-Hop followed by Grindcore/Death Metal followed by an ironic pop-punk cover of a showtune followed by a Stones album track. Look how rad I am."
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