The Rolling Stones 1980-2010
CD 1Emotional Rescue (1980)1. Dance2. Down In The Hole3. All About You4. Where The Boys GoTattoo You (1981)5. Little T & A6. Heaven7. SlaveUndercover (1983)8. She Was Hot9. Too Much BloodDirty Work (1986)10. One Hit (To The Body)11. Fight12. Had It With You13. Sleep Tonight14. Key To The Highway
CD 2Steel Wheels (1989)15. Almost Hear You Sigh16. Slipping Away17. Continental DriftVoodoo Lounge (1994)18. Sparks Will Fly19. New Faces20. The WorstBridges to Babylon (1997)21. Saint Of Me22. Out Of Control23. You Don't Have To Mean ItBigger Bang (2005)24. Streets of Love25. InfamyExile on Main Street (Rarities Edition) (2010)26. Plundered My Soul
Sorry no Spotify access.
I started off trying to not to put anything that's already been on a compilation, but in the end restricted it even further to the post Some Girls albums since they are the most overlooked period.
And Plundered My Soul is as much a 2010 song as an Exile outtake.
― sofatruck, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 18:09 (2 years ago) Permalink
^^^Totally cool idea.
― Parenthetical Grillz, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 18:12 (2 years ago) Permalink
also, if any one has nameless other "links" of some kind you're free to get on AIM Chatz to share them BTW, whatever you might want to link to I don't know --- lyrics txt files or something...
― Mr. John "Manalishi" Abbott (Viceroy), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 18:13 (2 years ago) Permalink
legacy edition, by request
Black Nite Crash (single from Tarantula); Like A Daydream (debut single); Twisterella (single from Going Blank Again); Slave (b-side of 'Black Nite Crash'); Here And Now (Fall EP and US version of Nowhere); Decay (Nowhere); Time Of Her Time (Going Blank Again); Don’t Let It Die (b-side of 'Birdman'); From Time To Time (Carnival of Light); Unfamiliar (Today Forever EP); Moonlight Medicine (Carnival of Light); Time Machine (Going Blank Again); Rolling Thunder (Carnival of Light); Leave Them All Behind (single from Going Blank Again); Dreams Burn Down (Fall EP and Nowhere); Grasshopper (b-side of 'Leave Them All Behind')
It's funny how you live with these records, then you live without them - and then you meet up again years later and they've changed, or you've changed. The old feelings are still there, but you don't quite love them in the same way.
The first records are still lovely, but now they're all thin, like children dressed up in suits. Going Blank Again used to be a slightly failed attempt at pop, but it's blossoming into a surprisingly experimental take on same. Carnival Of Light was always lush, but now it's matured (or you've matured) it's not boring any more. Even Tarantula isn't the steaming mess it once was.
I had terrific fun putting this together. I ditched chronology and went for flow. We start at the end and move back through the tunes version of the band. They always had strong songs. But that was only part of it, they stretched and explored, and we get a bit wider and more epic as we go on.
They were always some curious version of the Stooges' kid brothers at heart, though, and that's where we start and finish. Beyond Woodstock closes on 'Grasshopper', still their finest garage moment, all eleven minutes of it. Wordless and not an ounce of fat on it, an epic you could fit in your pocket. They began with a squall and ended with a crunch, and I love them for it.
― Ismael Klata, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 18:20 (2 years ago) Permalink
That's a bold move opening the Ride comp. with a song from their final, terrible album. But what a great song it is!
― ilxor has truly been got at and become an ILXor (ilxor), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 18:28 (2 years ago) Permalink
will post my doom one later after i've had a bit of shuteye, the roots in the next couple days.
― a hoy hoy, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 18:51 (2 years ago) Permalink
xp That final album's improved since it came out and I genuinely don't think I could get through it even once. This time around it was merely 'not good'.
― Ismael Klata, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 18:53 (2 years ago) Permalink
Al Green: RevelationsI avoided anything from the canonical greatest hits album. I sequenced the tracks according to what songs I thought sounded best next to each other. Sorry, but I don't have spotify access. And this was really, really fun. Hope everyone enjoys it. I'll post my Kinks comp later today.
Disc 1 1. I Want to Hold Your Hand [Green Is Blues 40th Anniversary Bonus Track] 2. That's The Way It Is [Full of Fire] 3. Let It Shine[Have a Good Time]4. Be My Baby[Everything's OK] 5. Wait Here[Truth N Time] 6. Hangin' On [Al Green Explores Your Mind]7. Stand Up[Call Me] 8. The Truth Marches On[Have a Good Time]9. Waiting On You[Don't Look Back]10. I Think It's For The Feeling [I'm Still In Love With You]11. You Say It[Gets Next to You] 12. Standing In The Rain[Lay It Down] 13. Summertime [Green Is Blues]14. All n All[The Belle Album]15. To Sir With Love[Truth N Time]16. In the Name of Jesus[Lord Will Make a Way]17. Simply Beautiful [I'm Still In Love With You]18. So You're Leaving[Let's Stay Together] 19. I'd Fly Away[Full of Fire] 20. Georgia Boy[The Belle Album]
Disc 21. Take Me To The River [Al Green Explores Your Mind]2. Love Ritual [Al Green Is Love]3. Right Now, Right Now[Gets Next to You]4. The City [Al Green Explores Your Mind] 5. Too Many[I Can't Stop]6. Stop and Check Myself [Back Up Train]7. Starting All Over Again [Listen: The Rarities]8. I'm Wild About You [Lay It Down]9. Eli's Game [Let's Stay Together - Reissue Bonus Track] 10. Call Me [Call Me] 11. Guilty [Back Up Train] 12. How Can You Mend A Broken Heart [Let's Stay Together]13. Loving You [The Belle Album]14. Unchained Melody [Livin' For You]15. Strong As Death (Sweet As Love)[The Hi Singles A's and B's]16. Going Away [Going Away] 17. Funny How Time Slips Away [Call Me]18. I Feel Good(Live) [Tokyo ... Live]19. So Real To Me[Soul Survivor]
― MumblestheRevelator, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 19:23 (2 years ago) Permalink
Ornette Coleman Dancing in Your PantsIf there is a place to share links let us know. I have no spotify.Aside from including "lonely woman", which i just couldn't leave out, "trying to achieve a flow of sorts" was the priority.
1. Lonely Woman2. Ramblin'3. Peace Warriors4. Doughnut5. Video Games6. Honeymooners7. Times Square8. Civiliaztion Day9. Kathelin Gray10. Rubber Gloves11. Feet Music12. Peace13. In All Languages
― ....some kind of psychedelic wallflower (outdoor_miner), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 19:49 (2 years ago) Permalink
One Hundred Hairs Make a Man: Sparks 1971-2008
Disc one1.Academy Award Performance (1979)2.Angst in my Pants (1982)3.Here in Heaven (1974)4.When Do I Get to Sing "My Way" (1994)5.The Rhythm Thief (2002)6.Rockin' Girls (1983)7.At Home, At Work, At Play (1974)8.When I'm With you (1980)9.Happy Hunting Ground (1975)10.Moon Over Kentucky (1972)11.Metaphor (2006)12.Something For the Girl With Everything (1974)13.Girl From Germany (1972)14.Lighten Up, Morrissey (2008) 15.Thank God it's Not Christmas (1974)16.England (1975)17.A Song That Sings Itself (1984)18.Suburban Homeboy (2002)19.The Number One Song in Heaven (1979)
Disc two1.Dick Around (2006)2.Barbecutie (1974)3.High C (1971)4.All you Ever Think About is Sex (1983)5.BC (1974)6.Instant Weight Loss (1982)7.The Lady is Lingering (1975)8.Waterproof (2006)9.The Ghost of Liberace (1994)10.Moustache (1982)11.I Bought the Mississippi River (1976)12.The Louvre (1972)13.Tits (1975)14.I can't Believe you Would Fall for all the Crap in This Song (2008)15.The Greatest Show on Earth (1980)16.Simple Ballet (1971)17.My Baby's Taking me Home (2002)18.My other Voice (1979)19.This Town Ain't Big Enough For the Both of us (1974)
38 Tracks spread over two discs and I still had to leave off a lot of songs I really love by this band. Some of the hits are here some aren't. There are a few of their albums that aren't represented at all but I didn't want to just cover all their albums for the sake of it (A few of them are really poor) Hopefully a Spotify playlist will follow I am in the process of signing up and learning how to use it.
― Kitchen Person, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 19:52 (2 years ago) Permalink
btw viceroy posted on the ILE Aim thread that there is an "ilxchatz" room on aim where everyone can discuss this. Rooms usually busy until americans go to bed.
― pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 19:58 (2 years ago) Permalink
btw does anyone have a blog where links to our playlist files could be shared?
― pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 19:59 (2 years ago) Permalink
The BeatlesThe Best of the Beatlesno links, just buy all their albums and make it yourself
1. Mean Mr Mustard (1.06) (Abbey Road)2. Glass Onion (2.17) (The Beatles)3. Your Mother Should Know (2.29) (Magical Mystery Tour)4. I’ve Just Seen A Face (2.04) (Help!)5. Her Majesty (0.23) (Abbey Road)6. Why Don’t We Do It In The Road (1.41) (The Beatles)7. Two Of Us (3.37) (Let It Be)8. Any Time At All (2.11) (A Hard Day’s Night)9. I’m A Loser (2.31) (Beatles For Sale)10. Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) (1.19) (Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band)11. Hey Bulldog (3.15) (Yellow Submarine)12. Bad Boy (2.20) (Past Masters volume 1)13. Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except Me and My Monkey (2.24) (The Beatles)14. I Want To Tell You (2.30) (Revolver)15. It Won’t Be Long (2.13) (With The Beatles)16. Love You To (3.01) (Revolver)17. Tomorrow Never Knows/Within You Without You (3.07) (Love)18. I’m Only Sleeping (3.02) (Revolver)19. Wild Honey Pie (1.01) (The Beatles)20. The Inner Light (2.37) (b-side of ‘Lady Madonna’)21. Norwegian Wood (2.05) (Rubber Soul)22. Blackbird (2.18) (The Beatles)23. For No One (2.01) (Revolver)24. Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (3.07) (Abbey Road)25. Martha My Dear (2.28) (The Beatles)26. I’ll Follow The Sun (1.46) (Beatles For Sale)27. You Know My Name (Look Up The Number) (4.24) (b-side of ‘Let It Be’)28. Cry Baby Cry (3.11) (The Beatles)29. Do You Want To Know A Secret (1.59) (Please Please Me)30. Julia (2.54) (The Beatles)31. Here, There And Everywhere (2.26) (Revolver)32. You’re Going To Lose That Girl (2.17) (Help!)
DISC TWO (77.25)
1. Can You Take Me Back Where I Came From? (1.56) (outtake from The Beatles, forms the first few seconds of ‘Revolution 9’)2. Sexy Sadie (3.14) (The Beatles)3. I Saw Her Standing There (2.57) (Please Please Me)4. I Me Mine (1.30) (Anthology 3)5. Happiness Is A Warm Gun (2.43) (The Beatles)6. You Never Give Me Your Money (4.03) (Abbey Road)7. Run For Your Life (2.18) (Rubber Soul)8. She Said She Said (2.37) (Revolver)9. Good Morning Good Morning (2.42) (Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band)10. Please Mr Postman (2.34) (With The Beatles)11. Old Brown Shoe (3.20) (b-side of ‘The Ballad of John and Yoko’)12. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away (2.08) (Help!)13. Revolution 20 (10.20) (outtake from The Beatles)14. And I Love Her (2.30) (A Hard Day’s Night)15. Maggie Mae (0.40) (Let It Be)16. When I’m Sixty-Four (2.37) (Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band)17. No Reply (2.15) (Beatles For Sale)18. Till There Was You (2.14) (With The Beatles)19. I’m Happy Just To Dance With You (1.56) (A Hard Day’s Night)20. I Will (1.46) (The Beatles)21. If I Needed Someone (2.23) (Rubber Soul)22. Think For Yourself (2.19) (Rubber Soul)23. I’m Looking Through You (2.27) (Rubber Soul)24. Fixing A Hole (2.36) (Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band)25. Tell Me Why (2.09) (A Hard Day’s Night)26. The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill (3.05) (The Beatles)27. Being For The Benefit Of Mr Kite!/She’s So Heavy (3.02) (Love)28. Long Long Long (3.04) (The Beatles)
No chronology. Nothing from the Red or Blue albums. Just the best of the best band in the world.
― Ismael Klata, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 20:19 (2 years ago) Permalink
― lieutenant jimmy john (kelpolaris), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 20:27 (2 years ago) Permalink
I should try out this Beatles band.
― a cankle of rads (Gukbe), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 20:28 (2 years ago) Permalink
Disc 01 The Indie Years
Disc 02 The Major Years
If anyone wants a link webmail me
― pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 20:29 (2 years ago) Permalink
MOMUS: Your Sinister Gorilla Kissogram
DISC 1: Tell me you'll be there when I've only got one eye
01. Lucky Like St. Sebastian (from Circus Maximus)02. Closer to You (from The Poison Boyfriend)03. Bishonen (from Tender Pervert)04. The Hairstyle of the Devil (from Don't Stop the Night)05. Bluestocking (from Hippopotamomus)06. La Catrina (from The Ultraconformist)07. Summer Holiday 1999 (from Voyager)08. Enlightenment (from Timelord)09. The Sadness Of Things (from The Philosophy of Momus)10. Good Morning World (from 20 Vodka Jellies)11. I Want You, But I Don't Need You (from Ping Pong)12. Born to Be Adored (from The Little Red Songbook)13. Shawn Krueger (from Stars Forever)14. The Penis Song (from Folktronic)15. Beowulf (I Am Deformed) (from Oskar Tennis Champion)16. Klaxon (from Otto Spooky)17. Nervous Heartbeat (from Ocky Milk)18. Widow Twanky (from Joemus)
DISC 2: Night falls over the barren system...
01. Morality Is Vanity (from Monsters Of Love: Singles 1985-90)02. Hang Low (from Ocky Milk)03. Little Apples (from Folktronic)04. Life of the Fields (from Otto Spooky)05. Paolo (from 20 Vodka Jellies)06. Zanzibar (from Ocky Milk)07. 2PM (from Ping Pong)08. Karin Komoto (from Stars Forever)09. Shaftesbury Avenue (from Don't Stop the Night)10. Ventriloquists and Dolls (from Hippopotamomus)11. London 1888 (from 20 Vodka Jellies)12. The Mother-in-Law (from The Ultraconformist)13. Pierrot Lunaire (from Oskar Tennis Champion)14. Pygmalism (from Folktronic)15. What Will Death Be Like? (from The Poison Boyfriend)16. Trans-Siberian Express (from Voyager)
Sorry, no Spotify. :( The first disc is a chronological, one-song-from-each-album, "greatest hits" set, with "hit" generally implying that the song has been talked about more than others or that a lot of people seem to like it. The songs on disc two are more pensive and/or dark, and tend to be my personal favorites. Not in chrono order.
― Vaguely Threatening CAPTCHAs, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 20:30 (2 years ago) Permalink
to whoever webmailed me, please give me your email address so i can reply.
― pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 20:34 (2 years ago) Permalink
Great-looking Sparks comp, KP!
― Vaguely Threatening CAPTCHAs, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 20:35 (2 years ago) Permalink
No Illmatic: Not Quite the Best of Nas, 1991-2000
1. Nas – “It Ain’t Hard to Tell (Acapella) (Excerpt)” (0:35) (from “It Ain’t Hard to Tell” single, 1994)2. Nas – “Nas is Like” (3:57) (from I Am…, 1999)3. AZ – “How Ya Livin’ (Feat. Nas)” (4:31) (from Pieces of a Man, 1998)4. Nas – “Come Get Me” (5:31) (from Nastradamus, 1999)5. Main Source – “Live at the Barbeque (Feat. Nas, Joe Fatal, and Akinyele)” (4:35) (from Breaking Atoms, 1991)6. MC Serch – “Back to the Grill (Feat. Chubb Rock, Nas, and Red Hot Lover Tone)” (5:08) (from Return of the Product, 1992)7. Nas – “Life’s a Bitch (Arsenal Mix) (Feat. AZ)” (3:31) (from “Life’s a Bitch” single, 1994)8. Mobb Deep – “Give It Up Fast (Feat. Nas and Big Noyd)” (4:01) (from Hell on Earth, 1996)9. Raekwon – “Verbal Intercourse (Feat. Ghostface Killah and Nas)” (3:32) (from Only Built 4 Cuban Linx, 1995)10. Nas & Nature – “In Too Deep” (3:42) (from In Too Deep soundtrack, 1999)11. Nas – “Watch Dem Niggas” (4:05) (from It Was Written, 1996)12. Fat Joe – “John Blaze (Feat. Nas, Big Pun, Jadakiss, and Raekwon)” (4:33) (from Don Cartagena, 1998)13. QB Finest – “Find Ya Wealth” (3:40) (from Nas & Ill Will Records Present: QB Finest, 2000)14. Nasty Nas – “Nas Will Prevail” (4:57) (demo, 1991)15. Nas – “New York State of Mind Pt. 2” (3:36) (from I Am…, 1999)16. Nas – “Project Windows (Feat. Ron Isley)” (4:56) (from Nastradamus, 1999)17. Nas – “If I Ruled the World (Imagine That) (Feat. Lauryn Hill)” (4:42) (from It Was Written, 1996)18. Nas – “The World is Yours (Tip Mix)” (4:19) (from “The World is Yours” single, 1994)
One Hot Album Every Ten Years Average: The Best of Nas, 2001-2010
1. Nas – “Made You Look” (3:23) (from God’s Son, 2002)2. Nas – “Where Are They Now” (2:45) (from Hip Hop Is Dead, 2006)3. Busta Rhymes – “Dont Touch Me (Remix Feat. Lil Wayne, Nas, The Game, Big Daddy Kane, Spliff Starr & Reek Da Villian)” (4:56)(mp3, 2008)4. Nas & Green Lantern – “Legendary (Mike Tyson)” (2:54) (from Nas & DJ Green Lantern: The Nigger Tape, 2008)5. Nas – “Black Republican (Feat. Jay-Z)” (3:45) (from Hip Hop Is Dead, 2006)6. Nas – “Black President (Feat. Johnny Polygon)” (4:29) (from Untitled, 2008)7. Young Jeezy – “My President (Feat. Nas)” (5:30) (from The Recession, 2008)8. Devin the Dude – “Some of ‘Em (Feat. Xzibit and Nas)” (3:15) (from Just Tryin’ Ta Live, 2002)9. Nas/9th Wonder – “Last Real Nigga Alive” (5:09) (from God’s Stepson, 2003)10. Nas – “Get Down” (4:04) (from God’s Son, 2002)11. Jay-Z – “Success (Feat. Nas)” (3:30) (from American Gangster, 2007)12. Nas – “Thief’s Theme” (2:59) (from Street’s Disciple, 2004)13. Nas – “Purple” (3:40) (from The Lost Tapes, 2002)14. Nas – “Rule (Feat. Amerie)” (4:32) (from Stillmatic, 2001)15. Kanye West – “We Major (Feat. Nas and Really Doe)” (7:29) (from Late Registration, 2005)16. Nas – “Fried Chicken (Feat. Busta Rhymes)” (2:50) (from Untitled, 2008)17. Nas & Damian Marley – “Nah Mean” (4:07) (from Distant Relatives, 2010)18. Nas – “Black Zombies” (4:23) (from The Lost Tapes, 2002)19. Nas – “Just a Moment” (3:36) (from Street’s Disciple, 2004)20. Scarface – “In Between Us (Feat. Nas)” (4:59) (from The Fix, 2002)21. Nas – “One Mic” (4:29) (from Stillmatic, 2001)
― Parenthetical Grillz, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 20:56 (2 years ago) Permalink
(x-post) Amazed KP got to Sparks before Ned did! Yeah, comp looks great, and about 90% different than Rhino's official Profile comp (or the one I would make!) What a vast catalogue; though even their "really poor" albums have something I would want to include.
― Overblown 80's Gated Snore (Dan Peterson), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 21:04 (2 years ago) Permalink
The ByrdsTwenty Minutes With The Byrdsspotify
It’s No Use (2.23) (Mr Tambourine Man)I See You (2.38) (Fifth Dimension)Jesus Is Just Alright (2.11) (The Ballad of Easy Rider)Why (2.58) (Fifth Dimension)It Won’t Be Wrong (1.58) (Turn Turn Turn)Renaissance Fair (1.52) (Younger Than Yesterday)Eight Miles High (3.34) (Fifth Dimension)Thoughts And Words (2.56) (Younger Than Yesterday)
Not an anthology by any means, but as nobody else claimed them ... this EP is pretty killer imo.
― Ismael Klata, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 21:36 (2 years ago) Permalink
fuck this Spotify bullshit, as useless as the metric system.
― sleeve, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 21:39 (2 years ago) Permalink
it's like region-locked DVDs
I'm sure it will make it into the 3rd world at some point.
― pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 21:57 (2 years ago) Permalink
― brotherlovesdub, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 22:00 (2 years ago) Permalink
im not morrissey!
― pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 22:54 (2 years ago) Permalink
I am drunk
― sleeve, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:01 (2 years ago) Permalink
Magic Dirt These Singing Lessons Are Really Starting To Fuck Me OverAn Hour of Dirt[I'm in the US, so no Spotify, but can supply a link if need be]
Ice (3:21) - Life Was Better EP (1994)We've got another Sonic Youth on our hands, think gullible record labels. Other versions have better sound, but lack exploding effects box ending.My Pal (3:54) - Idiot Box (1996)For this cover (original by Aussie band God) Magic Dirt secure entrance to heaven, no matter what one may think of the rest of their songsI Was Cruel (6:56) - Friends In Danger (1996)The EP version is rawer and generally better, but loses the climactic scream, hence not as goodSparrow (3:41) - Recovery! Hits From The Back Door (1997)The "single" from Friends of Danger, one of the best cut-outs in the history of cut-outs. Presented here in a non-album version just becauseRabbit With Fangs (2:41) - Young and Full Of The Devil (1998)Had to pick something from this generally weak album where we take ourselves a little too seriously (and for this band, that's saying something)Dirty Jeans (3:41) - What Are Rock Stars Doing Today (2000)Probably would have been better if someone had written a few more lyrics, but it's still the breakthrough pop singleSupernova (2:37) - Dirty Jeans EP (Liz Phair Cover) (2000)Not great, exactly, but handy to have for mixtapesAll My Crushes (3:55) - Tough Love (2003)"Every jumper I fold fills with your torso" is possibly the worst lyric ever written, but the guitars still ruleLove Me (6:01) - Plastic Loveless Letter Single (2003)Magic Dirt buy a copy of "Some Girls" or somethingIsotope (2:47) - What Are Rock Stars Doing Today (2004 Bonus Disc Version)This shorter version is way better than the long oneTakin It All Wrong (4:47) - What Are Rock Stars Doing Today (2004 Bonus Disc Version)I shelled out like $35.00 for the UK version of "Rock Stars" which is an album I don't even like that much, but it's true that the bonus disc is goldJohnny Loves Sarah (4:27) - I Love The Rain Single (2005)Meh sell-out single redeemed by killer b-sideDyin' (4:16) - Snow White (2005)Band still can't decide whether to rock out or sell out, but this hits a nice balanceBring Me The Head Of... (3:24) - Beast (2007)To hell with selling out. We wanna rawkWhite Boy (5:25) - Girl (2008)Yup, that's it. Loud guitars and yelling. Took us long enough to figure out what we're good at
― dlp9001, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:11 (2 years ago) Permalink
In contrast to my Al Green comp, my Kinks kollektion (that will be the only one, I promise)is very much a sort of updating of the major canonical compilation. I've followed John Mendelssohn's lead in omitting the huge singles aside from the undeniable Lola. The discs are very broadly divided between love songs (disc 1) and songs of social observation (disc 2), though there are songs that could fit in either or neither category on both discs. Again, the sequencing is dictated largely by what sounds good to my ear.
Time Will Tell: An Incomplete History of the Kinks, English Rock Combo, 1964-1996, in Two Volumes. Disc 11. She`s Got Everything [Kinks Kronikles] 2. Lola [Lola Versus Powerman And The Money Go Round]3. Sweet Lady Genevieve [Preservation Act 1 ] 4. Heart of Gold [State of Confusion] 5. Mr. Shoemaker's Daughter [Kinks Kronikles] 6. Fancy [Face To Face] 7. Wicked Annabella [The Village Green Preservation] 8. Holloway Jail [Muswell Hillbillies] 9. Moments [Soundtrack from the film Percy] 10. Holiday Romance [A Soap Opera] 11. Where Have All the Good Times Gone [Kink Kontroversy] 12. Susannah's Still Alive [Kinks Kronikles] 13. See My Friends [The Ultimate Collection] 14. The Way Love Used To Be [Soundtrack from the film Percy] 15. This Time Tomorrow [Lola Versus Powerman And The Money Go Round] 16. No more looking back [Schoolboys in disgrace] 17. Animal [To the Bone] 18. Scattered (Phobia) 19. Better Things [Give the People What They Want] 20. On the Outside [Sleepwalker Bonus Track]21. Days [Kinks Kronikles]
Disc 21. Milk Cow Blues [Kink Kontroversy] 2. Last Of The Steam-Powered Trains [The Village Green Preservation] 3. Big Black Smoke [Kinks Kronikles] 4. I'm Not Like Everybody Else [The Ultimate Collection] 5. Time Will Tell [no official release] 6. Dead End Street [Kinks Kronikles] 7. Death Of A Clown [Something Else By The Kinks]8. Father Christmas [Misfits Bonus Track] 9. The Million-Pound-Semi-Detached [Waterloo Sunset: The Songs of Ray Davies] 10. Shangri La [Arthur, Or The Decline And Fall Of The British Empire]11. Autumn Almanac [Kinks Kronikles] 12. The video shop [Think visual] 13. Loony balloon [UK Jive] 14. Oklahoma USA [Muswell Hillbillies] 15. Full Moon [Sleepwalker] 16. Waterloo Sunset [Something Else By The Kinks] 17. Summer's Gone (Extended Edit) [Word of Mouth Bonus Track] 18. Moving Pictures [Low Budget] 19. This Is Where I Belong [Kinks Kronikles]
― MumblestheRevelator, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:16 (2 years ago) Permalink
PG that looks amazing! I'm def going to spend this weekend trying to track down each individual track to make my own no illmatic for my ipod.
― a hoy hoy, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:20 (2 years ago) Permalink
Against The Grain: Roxy Music, 1972-1982(gatefold cover mock up in next post)
Re-Make/Re-Model 5:14 Roxy Music 1972Virginia Plain 2:59 Single 19722 H.B. 4:35 Roxy Music 1972If There Is Something 6:35 Roxy Music 1972Pyjamarama 2:52 Single 1973Do The Strand 4:04 For Your Pleasure 1973In Every Dream Home 5:26 For Your Pleasure 1973Street Life 3:29 Stranded 1973Amazona 4:17 Stranded 1973Serenade 2:59 Stranded 1973A Song For Europe 5:47 Stranded 1973Mother Of Pearl 6:53 Stranded 1973All I Want Is You 2:54 Country Life 1974Out Of The Blue 4:46 Country Life 1974A Really Good Time 3:46 Country Life 1974Love Is The Drug 4:11 Siren 1975Both Ends Burning 5:17 Siren 1975Just Another High 6:31 Siren 1975Manifesto 5:29 Manifesto 1979Angel Eyes 3:32 Manifesto 1979Still Falls the Rain 4:14 Manifesto 1979Oh Yeah 4:52 Flesh + Blood 1980Same Old Scene 3:58 Flesh + Blood 1980Lover 4:00 B-side of above 1980More Than This 4:31 Avalon 1982Take A Chance 4:43 Avalon 1982Avalon 4:17 Avalon 1982Tara 1:32 Avalon 1982
― iago g., Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:27 (2 years ago) Permalink
oh shoot, how do i cut and paste a jpeg from my computer into a post (I've only linked to images on websites before)...I've got a great cover to go with the above!
― iago g., Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:32 (2 years ago) Permalink
― pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:32 (2 years ago) Permalink
I hope it's legible...it's a David Salle painting from 1985 called "Fooling with Your Hair". My comp title comes from the song "Manifesto" which is itself the title of a Decadent French novel about a thrill-seeking aesthete. Sorry my list is poorly formatted, and I don't think we have spotify in the US yet. Enjoy!
― iago g., Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:39 (2 years ago) Permalink
DOOMSDAY – The best of the super-villain MF DOOM
DISC ONE - A pied piper holler a rhyme, a dollar and a dime/ Do his thing, ring around the white collar crime1. A Word Of Advice2. Raedawn (Viktor Vaughn)3. Doomsday4. Potholderz ft. Count Base D5. Gazillion Ear (Doom)6. Tick, Tick ft. MF Grimm7. What A Niggy Know (KMD)8. Raid ft. Medaphoar (MADVILLAIN)9. No Snakes Alive ft. MF Grimm as Jet Jaguar and Rodan (King Geedorah)10. Mince Meat (Danger Doom)11. Hey!12. Curls (Madvillain)13. Who Me (KMD)14. The Mic Sound Nice15. The Gas Face by 3rd Bass (Zev Luv X)16. Contact Blitt (KMD)17. Supervillainz ft. Kurious, Mobonix & Slug (DOOM)18. Lactose And Lecithin (Viktor Vaughn)
DISC 2 - Is that so!?/ The first hip-hop chat show/ Whoever talk slick get they lip popped by fatso
1. Social Distortion - Prince Po ft. MF Doom2. Sofa King - Madlib Remix (Danger Doom)3. Lickupon (Viktor Vaughn)4. Gas Drawls5. One Beer (MADVILLAIN)6. Peachfuzz (KMD)7. Dead Bent8. Doper Skiller ft. Kool Keith (Viktor Vaughn)9. ? ft. Kurious10. Deep Fried Frenz11. The Fine Print (King Geedorah)12. Rhinestone Cowboy (MADVILLAIN)13. The Mask ft. Ghostface Killah (Danger Doom)14. Rock Co Kane Flow - De La Soul ft. MF Doom15. Hoe Cakes16. America's Most Blunted (MADVILLAIN)17. A Dead Mouse (Viktor Vaughn)18. I Hear Voices Pt. 1
It should have all been so different. In '93 DJ Subroc, producer for KMD gets hit by a car and dies. Elektra drop KMD and refuse to release one of the greatest hip-hop albums of the nineties while Zev Lov X - Subroc's brother - is in mourning because of the very controversial cover. Zev disappears, rumours circulate of him getting a drinking problem and becoming homeless. God knows what happened to the other MC in the group, Onyx the Birthstone Kid.
But Bobbito, the blessed Bobbito, noticed his absence. He tracked him down, hearing of someone performing with ladies tights over his head at open mics to cover the wounds the record industry had given him, or so he says. He gave him a place to crash, supposedly, and free creative control, as long as he got focussed again, on his small imprint Fondle 'Em. And then bam! Three singles, out of nowhere, enough money for some booze and a Russell Crowe replica Gladiator mask and Daniel Dumile is back with a vengeance. Making his own beats with samples recorded off the radio, or so the legend says, only half remembering what Subroc taught him lending itself to some very strange sounds unlike anything else out there. Rhymes in the third person because of a lost identity leading to alter egos out the wazoo. Confusion rains supreme, a supervillain wouldn't have it any other way.
After a prolific couple of years releasing countless albums in numerous personas with different collaboraters, DOOM was finally recognised as one of the best. I even read an article in HHC (r.i.p.) where Kanye spends the whole time waxing lyrical about how he wished he had the guy's talent. Black Bastards finally got a release. Madvillainy and Fishscale was a huge critical success and he was even sponsered by a tv station for an album. He defeated the system that once tore him apart. So it's unsurprising that he has gone back into the shadows, waiting for a cause to take up once again - only releasing Born Like This in the past couple years. It's a terrific record, they all are bar Viktor Vaughn II, but it is obvious the supervillain needs a hero to destroy once again.
― a hoy hoy, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:45 (2 years ago) Permalink
dlp9001, your Magic Dirt mix is tight. We like different things about the band clearly, but I'm down with it anyway.
― Johnny Fever, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:54 (2 years ago) Permalink
Thanks, man! I'm about to do the same with this here Doom set, which also looks incredible. I'm familiar with a lot of this stuff, but very excited to dig into/dig back into all of it in a new context.
You should be able to find the Nas tracks relatively easily, but let me know if you need help with any of them.
― Parenthetical Grillz, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:54 (2 years ago) Permalink
xpost to Johnny: if you can, post yours either here or to a MD thread. I'm curious!
― dlp9001, Wednesday, 8 September 2010 23:57 (2 years ago) Permalink
There's not a dedicated Magic Dirt thread other than the Dean R.I.P. thread. I'll do it here if that's okay with Viceroy. Since I never ended up making a mix for this project, I'll be ghosting.
― Johnny Fever, Thursday, 9 September 2010 00:01 (2 years ago) Permalink
i would add summer high (best MD song imo) and super tear :)
― consolation pies (electricsound), Thursday, 9 September 2010 00:07 (2 years ago) Permalink
1. Magic Dirt - All My Crushes (3:55)2. Magic Dirt - Redhead (4:27)3. Magic Dirt - Sparrow (3:26)4. Magic Dirt - Smoulder (3:44)5. Magic Dirt - Plastic Loveless Letter (4:11)6. Magic Dirt - Rabbit With Fangs (2:37)7. Magic Dirt - Friends in Danger (4:45)8. Magic Dirt - City Trash (3:36)9. Magic Dirt - Locket (3:03)10. Magic Dirt - Touch That Space (4:49)11. Magic Dirt - She-Riff (Album Version) (5:06)12. Magic Dirt - Super Tear (4:07)13. Magic Dirt - Girlboy (3:04)14. Magic Dirt - Feels Like a Demon (3:19)15. Magic Dirt - Daddy (4:13)16. Magic Dirt - Pristine Christine (4:41)17. Magic Dirt - Sleep (4:19)18. Magic Dirt - Tee Vee (3:01)19. Magic Dirt - Grab Your Hair (4:41)20. Magic Dirt - Competition Girl (3:43)21. Magic Dirt - Heavy Business (2:15)22. Magic Dirt - These Drugs Are Really Starting to Fuck Me Over (5:28)23. Magic Dirt - I Love the Rain (3:55)24. Magic Dirt - Dirty Jeans (3:41)25. Magic Dirt - Teenage Vampire (3:45)26. Magic Dirt - Shrinko (2:44)27. Magic Dirt - Worry (3:58)28. Magic Dirt - Pace it (3:26)29. Magic Dirt - Vulcanella (4:18)30. Magic Dirt - Amoxycillin (14:52)
1. Magic Dirt - Now or Never (4:26)2. Magic Dirt - Sunlight (3:58)3. Magic Dirt - Rebel (2:07)4. Magic Dirt - She-Riff (Single Version) (3:07)5. Magic Dirt - Tough Love (3:09)6. Magic Dirt - Isotope (5:30)7. Magic Dirt - 1 Thru 5 (3:08)8. Magic Dirt - Darling, it Hurts (4:58)9. Magic Dirt - Sucker Love (5:31)10. Magic Dirt - Sea (6:57)11. Magic Dirt - Gap (3:58)12. Magic Dirt - Love Me (6:00)13. Magic Dirt - Too Much is Not Enough (4:09)14. Magic Dirt - Supernova (2:36)15. Magic Dirt - Delay (5:22)16. Magic Dirt - Johnny Loves Sarah (4:27)17. Magic Dirt - 9 Out of 10 (2:48)18. Magic Dirt - Cold Kiss (3:03)19. Magic Dirt - Poem (5:44)20. Magic Dirt - Something to Care About (3:12)21. Magic Dirt - Kidbug (2:57)22. Magic Dirt - Bone Dry (4:10)23. Magic Dirt - Sarah May (3:10)
― Johnny Fever, Thursday, 9 September 2010 00:07 (2 years ago) Permalink
I made those covers in 2006, quite a while before I really knew the ins and outs of Photoshop. I would WRECK that shit now.
― Johnny Fever, Thursday, 9 September 2010 00:10 (2 years ago) Permalink
Anyone else want the redd kross or screaming trees link? webmail me (inc your email so I can reply)
― pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Thursday, 9 September 2010 00:37 (2 years ago) Permalink
someone sent a blank webmail, please resend with your email so i can reply
― pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Thursday, 9 September 2010 01:14 (2 years ago) Permalink
Off topic, but I love David Salle--know next to nothing about Roxy Music though!
― Pete Scholtes, Thursday, 9 September 2010 02:16 (2 years ago) Permalink
Pete, he is indeed a great artist and a very nice guy--scary smart...check out Roxy!
― iago g., Thursday, 9 September 2010 02:25 (2 years ago) Permalink
I'll post the Jefferson Airplane tomorrow night and the Shoes over the weekend. Carry on as best you can until then.
― clemenza, Thursday, 9 September 2010 02:26 (2 years ago) Permalink
Fucking shit I haven't even started on my Cure and Prince tracklists (though I have a bunch of jumbled ideas in my head, so won't take toooo long). And that MF Doom tracklist looks incredible and fantastic.
― ilxor has truly been got at and become an ILXor (ilxor), Thursday, 9 September 2010 03:05 (2 years ago) Permalink
love the Yo La Tengo list!
― Dan S, Thursday, 9 September 2010 04:51 (2 years ago) Permalink
I could have easily made Disc 3 with all the leftover stuff I gave high rankings. (I will make Disc 3 upon request)
― popular music is destroying our youth (CaptainLorax), Wednesday, 13 October 2010 07:14 (2 years ago) Permalink
although any Genesis comp without "Cinema Show" on it is no Genesis comp at all.
I couldn't include the entire "Selling England By The Pound" album. :)
― Tied Up In Geir (Geir Hongro), Wednesday, 13 October 2010 11:29 (2 years ago) Permalink
Yeah but you missed off the best track on it is my point.
― margana (anagram), Wednesday, 13 October 2010 12:21 (2 years ago) Permalink
I don't agree. I also consider "The Battle Of Epping Forest" to be a better suite. But they are all brilliant, all four of them. :)
― Tied Up In Geir (Geir Hongro), Wednesday, 13 October 2010 15:25 (2 years ago) Permalink
ehhh the songs I uploaded on grooveshark are loading slow (and require page reload). probably because they are mostly 256kb but maybe grooveshark is just having having a slow day. at least I have divshare links
― popular music is destroying our youth (CaptainLorax), Wednesday, 13 October 2010 17:42 (2 years ago) Permalink
I could post a Spotify link to this, but I believe it would scramble the sequence, wouldn't it?
― Tied Up In Geir (Geir Hongro), Wednesday, 13 October 2010 21:51 (2 years ago) Permalink
This should work as long as the tracks are sorted by time added.
― Tied Up In Geir (Geir Hongro), Wednesday, 13 October 2010 21:56 (2 years ago) Permalink
If no one does either the Talk Talk or Joni Mitchell ones soon, so help me god I will.― Tsuga, Tuesday, October 12, 2010 2:02 AM (2 days ago) Bookmark
― Tsuga, Tuesday, October 12, 2010 2:02 AM (2 days ago) Bookmark
Fine, you can do the Talk Talk one. I had a damn good best-of mix going on. It was "Talk Talk Talk Talk" (Streets Various Artists compilation), "Talk Talk" (The Party's Over), "Dum Dum Girl", "Such a Shame", and "It's My Life" (It's My Life), "Why Is It So Hard?" (It's My Mix and Asides, Besides), "Life's What You Make It" (The Colour of Spring), "Happiness Is Easy (12" mix)" (B-Side to "I Don't Believe in You" and Asides, Besides), "Tomorrow Started (live)" (London '86), "I Believe in You" (Spirit of Eden), "After the Flood" and "New Grass" (Laughing Stock) and the Liquid People Vocal remix of "It's My Life." But discovering the Liquid People track inspired me to find other remixes and I couldn't find any, and the "Tomorrow Started" live version inspired me to find other live versions and I couldn't find any of those either, but on the other hand I didn't want to turn it in with "I Believe in You" and "Life's What You Make It" and "New Grass," which everybody on ILM's already heard and praised 1,000 times before, and plus I couldn't make a decent album cover, and I don't have Spotify, so eventually I just gave up. Hopefully you can do better. Best of luck!
― Mr. Snrub, Thursday, 14 October 2010 03:01 (2 years ago) Permalink
That Motorpsycho Anthology is great! Nice choices, Captain Lorax, though why no stuff from their latest two or three albums (some songs from Little Lucid Moments would've fit neatly om the Motorpepics album, like Alchemyst)?
But hey, I really like it.
― Marty Innerlogic, Thursday, 14 October 2010 08:28 (2 years ago) Permalink
Thanks Marty. I think the Anthology rocks as well :) I highly recommend anyone to test drive Motorpsycho
Interesting that you mentioned The Alchemyst. That is my favorite song off of Little Lucid Moments. Judging by reviews most people prefer one of the first two songs. I didn't have space for The Alchemyst
I found myself craving psychedelic stuff a few days ago so I made a third disc just for fun. I think I'll eventually make a 4th disc for completeness sake (and include a couple epics that weren't able to fit on the second disc). However the first two discs are the still going to be the meat of my Anthology.
Disc 3 - MotorPsych (thus continuing the trend of crappy under-thought disc names that aren't entirely accurate)
1. Feel (Timothy's Monster 1994)2. Watersound (Timothy's Monster 1994)3. Sancho Says (Black Hole/Blank Canvas 2006)4. Blindfolded (Phanerothyme 2001)5. On My Pillow (Timothy's Monster 1994)6. Pale Day (The Nerve Tattoo EP 1995)7. Close Your Eyes (Heavy Metal Fruit 2010)8. Mr. Butterclut Goes To The Fair, Meets The Viscount, And That's Where We Leave Him At The End Of This Episode... (Timothy's Monster Deluxe Edition 2010)9. Snafu (Serpentine EP 2003)10. The Slow Phaseout (Phanerothyme 2001)11. Albuquerque (The Tussler 2003 remaster (I wouldn't have included this if I had known it was a cover))12. Abendspaziergang (Walkin' With J EP 1999)13. Sideway Spiral, Pt. 1 (Angels and Daemons at Play 1997)14. KR-3 (Walkin' With J EP 1999)15. Tuesday Morning (Demon Box 1993)16. Timothy in the Magic City (Various We'll sail out far...maybe a little too far... 1997)17. 30/30 (Let Them Eat Cake 2000)18. Mad Sun (The Nerve Tattoo EP 1995)19. The 29th Bulletin (Black Hole/Blank Canvas 2006)
Somehow 'Child of the Future' songs got scrapped but I wouldn't mind subbing Albuquerque for The Ozzylot (Hidden in a Girl). I'll do so on GroovesharkDivshare, Grooveshark (seems to be streaming better for my 256kb mp3s lately)
― popular music is destroying our youth (CaptainLorax), Tuesday, 19 October 2010 04:46 (2 years ago) Permalink
My musical friends,
I am going to pull a switcheroo and instead of Pavement, will be giving y'all some primo Glen Campbell action. Stay tuned.
― kornrulez6969, Tuesday, 19 October 2010 04:48 (2 years ago) Permalink
Disc 4 - Motorrock
1. Some Real Mindfuck (3 Songs for Rut Single 1992)2. Babylon (Demon Box 1993)3. Plan #1 (Demon Box 1993)4. Fleshharrower (Mountain EP 1993)5. Another Ugly Tune (Another Ugly EP 1994)6. Sterling Says (Manmower EP 1995)7. Flick of the Wrist (Starmelt EP 1997)8. Glow (Barracuda EP 1999)9. Mantrick Muffin Stomp (Trust Us 1998)10. No Evil (Black Hole/Blank Canvas 2006)11. Illinois (The Tussler 2003 remaster)12. The Alchemyst (Little Lucid Moments 2008)13. W.b.A.T. (Heavy Metal Fruit 2010)Divshare - also contains 'The Ozzylot' which can be added to Disc 3, Grooveshark
― popular music is destroying our youth (CaptainLorax), Monday, 25 October 2010 23:13 (2 years ago) Permalink
Don't let this thread die! I just heard an old Calexico song and was thinking they're a great candidate for this treatment. Someone help me out!
― Gerald McBoing-Boing, Monday, 13 December 2010 20:46 (2 years ago) Permalink
Just made this for a friend...
Sing a Little Song: The Best of Desmond Dekker, 1963-1980
1. Israelites (1968)2. Mother Pepper (1968) 3. Perseverance (1970)4. Unity (1967)5. 007 (Shanty Town) (1967)6. Shing a Ling (1968)7. Get Up Adinah [a.k.a. Get Up Edina] (1965)8. Problems (1969)9. Intensified Festival 68 (1968)10. Fu Manchu (1968)11. Honour Your Mother and Father (1963)12. Sing a Little Song (1973)13. It Mek (1968)14. Please Don't Bend (1980)15. Pickney Gal (1969)16. This Woman (1965)17. Mount Zion (1965)18. Too Much Too Soon (1968)19. It Is Not Easy (1968)20. Wise Man (1967)21. Keep a Cool Head (1967)22. Peace of Mind (1970)23. Mother Long Tongue (1967)24. To Sir With Love (1967)25. Reggae Recipe (1973) 26. Licking Stick (1971)27. Warlock (1973) 28. Ob-La-Di Ob-La-Da/Wise Man (Medley) (1968)29. Christmas Day (1968)
― Pete Scholtes, Sunday, 19 December 2010 22:38 (2 years ago) Permalink
That's the version of "Problems" with the horn intro.
― Pete Scholtes, Sunday, 19 December 2010 22:40 (2 years ago) Permalink
More! I've got some bonus discs I made for already existing anthologies (John Cale's "Seducing Down The Door", Richard Thompson's "Watching The Dark") and one for the Eno Vocal box but that's just the tracks they left off his first 4 albums plus his Peel session. Anyone else got something useful?
― Gerald McBoing-Boing, Monday, 14 February 2011 16:14 (2 years ago) Permalink
Short and Sweet: The Best Dionne Warwick Songs Not on 'The Best of Dionne Warwick' Compilations
― john. a resident of chicago., Wednesday, September 8, 2010 5:52 PM (5 months ago)
Was absolutely the thing for a train journey yesterday, thanks!
― Ron Rom (GamalielRatsey), Friday, 4 March 2011 12:52 (2 years ago) Permalink
I'm looking for a good compilation of Deconstruction era Kylie Minogue,
there has to be a good 60 mins of her songs when she was aiming to be a credible artist, and working with the Manics etc.
Stuff like her work with Towa Tei and the like....
― my opinionation (Hamildan), Thursday, 26 May 2011 10:52 (1 year ago) Permalink
when she was aiming to be a credible artist
As opposed to those years she was aiming to be an incredible artist? WTF does this rockist shit even mean?
― 'what are you, the Hymen Protection League of America?' (jon /via/ chi 2.0), Thursday, 26 May 2011 14:02 (1 year ago) Permalink
I mean after the SAW days, when there was a definite push from deconstruction to get her seen as a songwriter and artist.
Definitely the record label positioning of her immediately post SAW.
― my opinionation (Hamildan), Thursday, 26 May 2011 15:03 (1 year ago) Permalink
It gets slagged off, that period, but the whole reason it failed was down to the record company going bust.
Yes, that only happened some years after she'd left, but it does seem that the slide was happening already.
It started fine with "Confide", number 2, but the rest seemed to get underpowered marketing...
― Mark G, Thursday, 26 May 2011 15:16 (1 year ago) Permalink
Cover art and title:
Want to prove to the world that there's more to Daler than just "Tunak Tunak Tun"!? Okay, I left it on in the end, but seriously, paring this all down to an hour, you get a pretty amazing set. Daler Mehndi takes you to the clouds and back to the safety of your own home. Since his newer stuff is less well known I decided to start with that, then end with some real classic tunes.
1. Bhootiye (2011)2. Jogi (Tumba version) (2011)3. Koi Dheere Dheere (2007)4. Rang de Basanti (2008)5. Kach Tutt Gayi (2007)6. Patti Pudina (2001) 7. Boom Boom (2000)8. Hum Tere Hi Deewane Hain (2000) (gettin into some Daler slowjams now)9. Yug Beet Gaye (1997)10. Bolo Ta Ra Ra (1995)11. Dil Mera Nal Nal Nal (1995)12. Tunak Tunak Tun (1998)
All of these tracks are great and I stand behind every one. He's definitely done a lot more great material than this but for approximately 60 minutes I couldn't get it any better!
― frogbs, Saturday, 12 May 2012 07:26 (1 year ago) Permalink
Anyone want to give The Bats catalog a go?
― Gerald McBoing-Boing, Friday, 15 June 2012 12:55 (11 months ago) Permalink
i could... but it would take a lot of thought
― relatively joan rivers (electricsound), Friday, 15 June 2012 13:00 (11 months ago) Permalink
Ooh, I'd like to see that - I'm actually not that familiar with the ins and outs of their catalogue, but I like what I know (and obviously love a lot of related bands).
― emil.y, Friday, 15 June 2012 13:28 (11 months ago) Permalink
I might do that
― The Eyeball Of Hull (Colonel Poo), Friday, 15 June 2012 15:17 (11 months ago) Permalink
why don't we just post this on 77 and have mediafire links?― morbetoragus (Whiney G. Weingarten), Wednesday, September 8, 2010
feel like this has potential gawkerability
― Everybody did shit, art happened! (forksclovetofu), Wednesday, 14 November 2012 23:04 (6 months ago) Permalink
anyway, bump for more spotify listings plz
― Everybody did shit, art happened! (forksclovetofu), Saturday, 17 November 2012 19:18 (6 months ago) Permalink
Most of the Stereolab is on Spotify now, but.
― Mark G, Thursday, 29 November 2012 09:54 (5 months ago) Permalink
5. In Two Minds (Art Bears, Hopes and Fears, 1978)
emil.y i kiss you for including this. It's one of my all time favorite recordings by anyone ever.
Too bad Spotify has no ReR stuff.
Can anyone do me one of Mickey "Guitar" Baker, who just passed away and who I am v curious abt?
― my other pug is a stillsuit (Jon Lewis), Thursday, 29 November 2012 18:05 (5 months ago) Permalink