Quarter Final - Match 2 - bleep out

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Quarter Final - Match 2 - bleep out

Postby Mr Tapioca Head » 14 Apr 2005, 12:27


Kraftwerk - Tour de France
The Beatles - Penny Lane
James Brown - The Payback
Can - Oh Yeah
The Remains - Don't Look Back
PiL - Death Disco
Loose Joints (Arthur Russell) - Is It all over my face?
Eric B & Rakim - Follow the Leader
Donald Byrd - Love will turn around
Rene Lowe & Paul St Hilaire - Faith
13th Floor Elevators - Slip inside this house
Jimi Hendrix ..1983 A merman I should turn to be.
Stevie Wonder - Living in the City
Public Enemy & Anthrax - Bring the Noise
Renegade Soundwave - The Phantom (It's in there)
Augustus Pablo - King Tubby meets the rockers uptown
Candi Station feat the Source. - You got the Love
The Stone Roses - Fools Gold (9:53)
Barmy Army - Sharp as a Needle
David Bowie - Warszawa
The Byrds - Wasn't born to follow
Miles Davis - Concerto de aranjuez
Larry Heard - Can U Feel It?
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - The Mercy Seat
Plastikman - Spastik


sinnerman - nina simone
fools gold - stone roses
neon lights - kraftwerk
a day in the life - beatles
girlfriend in a come - smiths
be my baby - ronettes
moanin' - charlie mingus
runaround sue - dion & the belmonts
higher - sly & the family stone
stephanie says - the velvet underground
the pines - leadbelly
run the voodoo down - cassandra wilson
loaded (the Single version with the singing on it) - primal scream
the monks - complication
i see a darkness - bonnie prince billy
The swiming song - Loudon Wainwright III
In the basement - Etta james
Belfast - Orbital
Grooving out on life - Hopton lewis
Ave maria - mozart
the niggaz took over - dr dre
life on mars - david bowie
i can't help falling in love - elvis presley
baba o'riley - the who
waiting for a superman - the flaming lips
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Postby Marquis de Scarborough » 14 Apr 2005, 12:53

B for me.
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Postby funky_nomad » 14 Apr 2005, 13:01

B too
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That blast came from the pants! That thing's operational!

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Postby cheifwhat » 14 Apr 2005, 13:41

Mostly dancing sir,...

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Postby Diamond Dog » 14 Apr 2005, 15:05

Tight, but it's:

In other words an extended look into *******’s head, and it seems to have some pretty good things in it (who among us is totally free of mental garbage?) It’s nice to see that he is confident enough so he can play some blues again,I’d like to hear more.

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Postby cheifwhat » 14 Apr 2005, 15:22

Diamond Dog wrote:Tight


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Postby Leg of lamb » 14 Apr 2005, 15:27

I really like B, it's endearing me more with every round. A's good but lacking a big-hitter to partner Fool's Gold (for me).

Yes, B.
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Postby trans-chigley express » 14 Apr 2005, 16:15

With the artists common to both lists (Kraftwerk, Beatles and Bowie) I prefer B's choice of tracks. As for the rest A has Can and Steveie Wonder that I love and a few unfamilar tracks that I'd like to hear but B is just overall more to my taste despite the inclusion of the horrid Smiths.


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Postby Copehead » 14 Apr 2005, 16:43

List A, Sharp as a needle
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Postby Snarfyguy » 14 Apr 2005, 17:53

I don't really like making this decision as both lists are exemplary, but I guess it'll have to be A.
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Postby The Modernist » 14 Apr 2005, 19:04

Love the additional Larry Heard, Miles and The Byrds selections, although I don't know the other two.
Edit: Of course I know the bloody Nick Cave track, I just glanced at the name and assumed I wouldn't as i've not followed followed him in recent years. But next to Tupelo, its my favourite track of his.
A all the way. It's the nearest to my own list in sensibility if not actual content.
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Postby Ali » 14 Apr 2005, 19:15

B, I think.