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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #500 on: 12 Nov 2012, 05:40 »

I was bored okay
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #501 on: 12 Nov 2012, 06:07 »

We have nothing against necroposts these days, though it's pretty silly when someone answers a question posed years ago by someone who is no longer reading the forum - but it is (or was ;) ) really only spammers that do that!
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #502 on: 14 Nov 2012, 08:44 »

I love these kinds of things.

1. No One's Gonna  Love You - Band of Horses
2. I Will Possess Your Heart - Deathcab For Cutie
3. Sunset On The Kona Kai - The Tikiyaki Orchestra (What? I like Tiki lounge music.)
4. Be OK - Ingrid Michelson
5. No One's Gonna Love You - Cee Lo Green (It's good, really)
6. Desafinado - Stan Getz
7. Pas Encore - Pomplamoose
8. I'm Amazed - My Morning Jacket
9. The Look of Love - ABC (Aaaaand there's the embarrassing one)
10. White Sky - Vampire Weekend

My Spotify is a bit all over the place today.
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« Reply #503 on: 18 Nov 2012, 07:06 »

1. Blood Makes Noise - Susanne Vega.
2. Born To Die - Lana Del Ray.
3. Blackened - Metallica (1989/02/03, Austin Texas).
4. Tain Bo Cuailgne - Cruachan.
5. Lavender - Marillion (De Montford Hall, Leicester, 24th april 1990)
6. Seeds of Love - Loreena McKennitt.
7. Start Swimming - Delain.
8. Twelve More Bars To Go - Wayne Shorter.
9. Eagle Fly Free - Helloween.
10. Cross Of Iron - Nuclear Assault.

I'll support the necrosis of this thread.
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #504 on: 18 Nov 2012, 09:13 »

1. Fylde - Oliver Knight
2. Veni Redemptor Gentium - The Christ Church Choir (the choir of a church we visited on our East US tour)
3. Medalsmarjen - Sturla¦Andreas
4. Libera nos, salve nos - The Christ Church Choir
5. The Spring Drum - David Gibb
6. Only a Soldier - Pilgrim's Way
7. Made of Stone - Dolly Parton


This was a bit warped by the fact that a while ago, I transferred a lot of music off my laptop onto an external hard drive in preparation for rebuilding the laptop. Then I lost the harddrive.
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« Reply #505 on: 19 Nov 2012, 11:15 »

1. The Moody Blues - Lost in a Lost World
2. Grizzly Bear - All We Ask
3. Metallica - The Judas Kiss
4. The Chieftains - An Poc Are Buile (really? this came up last time, too...)
5. Dave Matthews Band - Proudest Monkey
6. Asia - Heat of the Moment
7. Repo! The Genetic Opera - Seventeen
8. Marilyn Manson - Antichrist Superstar
9. Aerosmith - Crazy
10. Evanescence - My Immortal (damn, I knew an embarrassing one was going to show up)
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #506 on: 19 Nov 2012, 11:40 »

1. The Beginning and The End by Isis
2. In the Shadow of Our Pale Companion by Agalloch
3. Vinum Sabbathi by Electric Wizard
4. I've Seen Footage by Death Grips
5. Black Necrotic Paleness by Xasthur
6. My Weakness by A Place to Bury Strangers
7. Kerorin MAGIC! by Atsushi Kitajoh (Persona 4 OST)
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #507 on: 18 Jan 2013, 17:06 »

1)Evocation- Curse On The Creature
2)Locofrank- Time Of Patience
3)Ravencult- Blessed In Heresy
4)Ocie Stockard- Nobody Cares
5)Lorne Greene- Ringo
6)The Andrews Sisters- Straighten Up And Fly Right
7)Keane- Hopes And Fears
8)Roxy Music- The Main Thing
9)Hilltop Hoods- I Love It
10)Stan Getz- Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #508 on: 30 Jan 2013, 12:47 »

Oooh! I am bored and this looks fun


1. Jack Johnson- Inaudible Melodies
2. Elvis Presley- Suspicious Minds
3. James McMurtry- Fast As I Can
4. Peter Bjorn and John- Amsterdam
5. Dave Matthews Band- You and Me
6. People In Planes- Pretty Buildings
7. Electric Six- Danger! High Voltage
8. Imogen Heap- Speeding Cars
9. Spoon- The Way We Get By
10. John Mayer- Friends, Lovers or Nothing
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« Reply #509 on: 30 Jan 2013, 16:16 »

Paul Simon- All Around the World or The Myth of Fingerprints
Ben Folds Five- Jane
George Michael- Careless Whisper (you love it too, don't you lie to me)
Red Hot Chili Peppers- Can't Stop
Dave Matthews Band- Jimi Thing
Lemonheads- Mrs. Robinson
The Replacements- Androgynous

...I'll miss you, indie cred :/
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #510 on: 08 Feb 2013, 13:40 »

The Future Kings Of Nowhere - Driver
Jimmy Cliff - Sufferin' In The Land
Toots & The Maytals - Pomp & Pride (ipod's in a particularly trad ska/reggae mood apparently)
Foo Fighters - I'll Stick Around
80HD - These Are Our Walls
Tom Waits - Children's Story
Eels - Beautiful Freak
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #511 on: 14 Feb 2013, 15:22 »

Ai Kotoba - Hatsune Miku
Enae Volare Mezzo - Era
Listen to the Rain - Evanescence
Beginning - Angela
Nightcore: God is a Girl - Groove Coverage
It's Gotta Be You - Backstreet Boys
[English] Crossing Field - Amanda Lee
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #512 on: 18 Feb 2013, 16:16 »

1. Hamasaki Ayumi - Dearest
2. Do As Infinity - Fukai Mori
3. Queen - Don't Stop Me Now
4. Aya Hirano - God Knows
5. Diligent Circle of Ekoda - Najica Theme
6. Asian Kung-Fu Generation - Rewrite
7. La Roux - Cover My Eyes

My playlist is a MESS.
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« Reply #513 on: 08 Mar 2013, 17:45 »

1. Always Look on the Bright Side of Life - Monty Python
2. Oh Sherry - Journey
3. Big Love, Big Heartache - Elvis Presley
4. One More Time - Daft Punk
5. Rectifier - Daft Punk
6. Bring it On Home To Me - Sam Cookie
7. Stuck On You - Elvis Presley

For the longest time I shared a music library with my Dad, but strangely enough I ended up keeping most of his music when I got my own computer. The weird part was I knew all of these songs as soon as they came on... I have a lot of Daft Punk and Elvis, if you were wondering.
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #514 on: 08 Mar 2013, 18:03 »

:Wumpscut: - Rush
Fair to Midland - Tall Tales Taste Like Sour Grapes
No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom
Tiger Army - Lunatone
Squeeze - Pulling Mussels (From the Shell)
MC Paul Barman - Cock Mobster
Pinback - Subbing for Eden

I like the range in this list. I also know all the lyrics to all these songs basically by heart.
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #515 on: 11 Mar 2013, 09:40 »

that whole Paullelujah! album is pretty great. i'm not always in the mood for comedic rap and i'm sure he's plenty clever enough to do other kinds if he wanted to, but doesn't want to alienate any fans that love what he already does. in either case respect has to be given to somebody who'd think to rhyme "one size fits all" with "buns thighs tits y'all".

10. Stubborn Allstars - Tin Spam
9. Chicken Pox - Believer
8. Da Mystery Of Chessboxin' - Wu-Tang Clan
7. Fanatics - Minutemen
6. Dirty Jersey - Predator Dub Assassins
5. All Nighter - Elastica
4. Highland Street - The Break Evens
3. Where'd You Go - The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
2. Substitute - The Who
1. Out Of Step (with the World) - Minor Threat
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #516 on: 11 Mar 2013, 10:54 »

I really like shuffle discussions.

1. Evanescence ~ Everybody's Fool
2. Frank Sinatra ~ New York, New York
3. Bloodhound Gang ~ The Bad Touch (Eiffel 65 Mix) - This is actually really fun.
4. Team America ~ Everyone has AIDs.
5. Cary Brothers ~ Something
6. Rocky Horror Picture Show ~ The Time Warp (Movie Version)
7. Red Hot Chilli Peppers ~ Don't Forget Me (Live Version)
8. Caramell Dansen.
9. Great Big Sea ~ Drunken Sailor
10. Restless Heart ~ What Might Have Been

The only song that came up I;d skips is Cary Brothers. Got it with the Scrubs soundtrack and I actually don't enjoy most of the music. I thought it would be a nice switch up but ended up "meh" about most of it.
Other than that I'd listen to most of these often enough without skipping though.
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #517 on: 11 Mar 2013, 11:08 »

1. Alice Cooper - Hello Hurray
2. Electric Wizard - Saturn's Children (live)
3. Orange Goblin - Aquatic Fanatic
4. Jimi Hendrix - Hound Dog
5. Black Sabbath - Looking For Today
6. Mastodon - Iron Tusk
7. Ministry - Unsung

I really, really hate shuffle though. I tend to listen to albums rather than songs and I tend to want to listen to very specific music as well most of the time. Well, and I like knowing what to expect.
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #518 on: 12 Mar 2013, 06:29 »

I enjoy shuffling playlists as opposed to entire music libraries- then, I get to stick to what I feel like listening to but still enjoy the element of surprise a little bit. I've also come to really love the "genius" feature on my nano.

Fun story- I had a first gen nano for yeeeaaars. It was pretty close to biting the dust but I couldn't give it up. Last year I got an email from Apple saying that they have problems with overheating or something like that and would I like to send it in for a replacement? And I was all "HELL YES". But I totally slacked off on sending it back....took me like 2 months to get my shit together. Anyway....because I waited so long, they were out of the replacement first gens and I got a brand spankin' new 6th gen for free. Wooot.

Want to shuffle again because this is lots o' fun-

1. Elton John- Someone Saved My Life Tonight
2. The Who- Baba O'Riley
3. Augustana- Boston
4. Everclear- Father of Mine
5. Queens of The Stone Age- No One Knows
6. Foo Fighters- My Hero
7. Ingrid Michaelson- Starting Now
8. Blue Oyster Cult- Burnin' For You
9. The Bravery- Swollen Summer
10. Ben Harper- Lifeline
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #519 on: 12 Mar 2013, 06:40 »

I basically only listen to my library on shuffle - aside from the times when I want to listen to a particular band or genre.

Head Automatica - Beating Hearts Baby
Robbie Williams - Rock DJ
Wheatus - Truffles
Clockwork Orange OST (Wendy Carlos) - The Funeral of Queen Mary
The Network - Transistors Gone Wild
Jump, Little Children - Come Around
Blind Guardian - Blood Tears
Toto - Africa
Grizzly Bear - Two Weeks
Megadeth - Five Magics

Little cheese, you like a lot of the same bands I do!
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #520 on: 12 Mar 2013, 08:29 »

 :-D I love finding music buddies.


The two posts here sum up my musical tastes pretty well- lots of random alternative, some bizarre and funky dancey stuff, loads of classic rock, a mix of acoustic/singer/songwriter stuff. Lately I've been listening to a TON of oldies though. So much fun to bop around to!
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #521 on: 12 Mar 2013, 18:56 »

Albums, not songs:

Sasha and John Digweed - Communicate
The Eagles - The Very Best of the Eagles (skipped; I am so fucking tired of the Eagles)
Anaal Nathrakh - Domine Non Es Dignus
Eiffel 65 - Europop
Matchbox 20 - More Than You Think You Are (christ, I haven't listened to this in ten years)
Chris Rice - Smell the Color 9 (some christian alt. rock album my mother bought me years ago. skipped.)
Pearl Jam - Vs. (I've literally never been able to listen to this album without tuning it out)
Penny Whiskey - Half-Corked
Cat Stevens - Tea for the Tillerman

I listen to none of these regularly, except the Cat Stevens one.
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #522 on: 12 Mar 2013, 20:13 »

Half-Corked for the win!
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« Reply #523 on: 13 Mar 2013, 13:58 »

Weeeell, I should have expected this. I know why I don't listen to my collection on shuffle… It's rather diverse, as my taste of music is constantly shifting…

Here it goes:
In Extremo - Spielmannsfluch
Infected Mushroom - Converting Vegetarians
Seeed - Ocean's 11
Parov Stelar - Booty Swing
Explosions in the Sky - Your Hand in Mine
Ludwig van Beethoven - Sinfonie Nr. 3 in Es-Dur, Op.55, "Eroica", 2. Satz "Marcia funebre (Adagio assai) (Conductor: Riccardo Chailly, Orchestra: Gewandhausorchester Leipzig)
Afro-Cuban All Stars - Alto Songo
Dropkick Murphys - The Warrior's Code
Nitrogenetics vs. DJ D - Melodic Art
Chris Barber and his Jazzband - Petite Fleur


well. I prefer playlists. In which I put multiple Albums. To which I listen from the beginning to the end.
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #524 on: 14 Mar 2013, 01:54 »

I recently fell in love with the shuffle. I'll play.

Get back - Beatles.
The Great Escape/The Last Of You/Falling From The Moon - Marillion.
Murderer? - Queensryche.
They Think It's All Over - Skyclad.
Blues On The Corner - McCoy Tyner.
Carvin' The Rock (Alternative Take) - Clifford Brown.
Room 608 - Horace Silver.
Six mile Water - Therapy?
Dusk And Her Embrace - Cradle Of Filth.
The Man With A Horn - Nina Simone.

Nothing too embarassing. Although Skyclad without Martin is evil.
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #525 on: 14 Mar 2013, 13:47 »

i'm mainly all about shuffle because most playlists i make are for an 8 hour workday or occasionally i'll go nuts and try to make one for a whole 40 hour workweek. and while i'm pretty nuts about it i can't rationalize putting in the additional effort to figure out what the best sequence of about 150 songs (typical number of one of the 8 hour playlists) would be. mainly i'm just all about making sure it's stuff that's the proper tempo for whatever sort of tasks i've got going on for the week. playlists for busy weeks packing and shipping a lot of orders are different than the ones for times when things are dead and i'm doing more filing/archiving. and i've got a lot of standup comedy albums on my ipod as well that, while enjoyable, require paying more attention to than music and are sometimes a bit risque' to play in a professional setting. this week is somewhere in the middle as far as what's going on task wise, so the last ten have gone as follows:

Macy Gray - Why Didn't You Call Me?
Bob Marley - Soul Shakedown Party
They Might Be Giants - Can't Keep Johnny Down
Billy Raygun - March 26th (gonna have to remember to try to include that in the Tuesday after next's playlist. it'll be totally meta.)
Sun Puddles - Worry Wart
Bodega Satellite - Genesis
The Break Evens - I Need You (To Go Away)
The Presidents Of The United States Of America - We Are Not Going To Make It
Regina Spektor - Two Birds
The Specials - Nite Klub
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« Reply #526 on: 14 Mar 2013, 14:06 »

Sonic Youth - Scooter And Jinx (fucking terrible basically like listening to an F1 Grand Prix)
The Gutter Twins - The Body (like the rest of the album it came from, breathtakingly OKAY)
Beastie Boys - Groove Holmes (NEXT)
Tinariwen - Assoul (long sorta groovy African desert thing NEXT)
blink-182 - Down (depressingly the thing I've enjoyed most so far)
REM - Wanderlust (OH FUCK YOU SHUFFLE)
John Coltrane - Lazy Bird (now we are fucking talking)
Jeff Buckley - Murder Suicide Meteor Slave (what the fuck is this?)
Feeder - Burn The Bridges (Sorry, I fell asleep, what are we doing?)
Everytime I Die - Typical Miracle (okay then)
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - New Morning (fuck it that'll do)

Thanks for being disappointing shuffle function

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« Reply #527 on: 19 Mar 2013, 03:03 »

1) Frontier - Dead Can Dance
2) We Are The Champions (live) - Queen
3) We Will Rock You (live) - Queen
4) A Kind Of Magic - Queen
5) Given The Dog A Bone - ACDC
6) Snowblind - Black Sabbath
7) Walk (pantera cover) - Disturbed
8) Headlong - Queen
9) Confessor / Hole In The Sky - Masters Of Misery
10) The Ocean - Lead Zeppelin

hmm. seems it's a good night for freddy.
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #528 on: 19 Mar 2013, 06:48 »

1) Boy with a Coin - Iron and Wine
2) Date W/ IKEA - Pavement
3) Half Moon - Iron and Wine
4) Someday you will be loved - Death cab for Cutie
5) He lays in the Reins - Iron and Wine
6) First Breath After Coma - Explosions in the Sky
7) Shady Lane - Pavement
8) Your hand is mine - Explosions in the Sky
9) Rox in the Box - The Decemberists
10) No Children - The Mountain Goats
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« Reply #529 on: 19 Mar 2013, 11:59 »

2) Date W/ IKEA - Pavement

Yes, that is correct.

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« Reply #530 on: 19 Mar 2013, 13:17 »

2) Date W/ IKEA - Pavement

Yes, that is correct.

Funnily enough i'm in ikea right now.. She's a pain but worth it if you treat her properly.
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« Reply #531 on: 19 Mar 2013, 15:24 »

Yeah but she's always breaking things.

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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #532 on: 19 Mar 2013, 15:41 »

Yeah but she's always breaking things.

I find she's more rude when she doesn't help you assemble anything, yet gives you instructions, she's very vague.
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« Reply #533 on: 19 Mar 2013, 16:21 »

Well, I'd love to stay but my time is wasted here.

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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #534 on: 19 Mar 2013, 18:45 »

I bought a lamp from Ikea. It melted. IT FUCKING MELTED.

Also, I am listening to my usual blend of Kesha, JPop, and Eighties.

C U Next Tuesday - Ke$ha
Lilium - Kumiko Noma
Blurry Eyes - L'Arc en Ciel
Turn It Up - Grum (Thanks Jeph ^.^ )
Shine - Mr. Big
Ensei - Yuki Kajiura
Bomb-A-Head - MCA
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« Reply #535 on: 19 Mar 2013, 20:42 »

Eh, why not...

1. Symphony No. 2 in D, Franz Berwald
2. Don't Wear Those Shoes, Weird Al Yankovic
3. The Night Santa Went Crazy, Weird Al Yankovic
4. Bullet the Blue Sky, U2
5. The Best Deceptions, Dashboard Confessional
6. Love is Easy, Jim Snidero (this is from a jazz trombone lesson book that I have)
7. Pressure, Billy Joel
8. Conerto Grosso in B Major, Francesco Geminiani
9. Honky Tonk Women, The Rolling Stones
10. So Long Birdie, Jim Snidero (from the same jazz trombone lesson book)
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #536 on: 19 Mar 2013, 23:54 »

Yeah but she's always breaking things.

I find she's more rude when she doesn't help you assemble anything, yet gives you instructions, she's very vague.

the worst thing is when you suddenly realize you've got the wrong tool and she really should have just told you that up front.


1. 100 ways - rob zombie
2. grindhouse (a go go) - white zombie
3. inject the venom - acdc
4. parallel - bad religion
5. down with the sickness (live) - disturbed
6. comfortably numb - pink floyd
7. lucifer sam - pink floyd
8. tourette's - nirvana
9. your kind of lover (vocal & piano version) - freddie mercury
10. pet food - yoko kanno
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #537 on: 08 Apr 2013, 13:09 »

Wesley Willis - Your Way Right Away (makes me extra annoyed that i'm too broke between now and payday to even get a couple of $1.50 double cheeseburgers)
Guided By Voices - Everywhere With Helicopter (one of their best for sure)
Thought Breakers - Pack A Pen (local Jersey rap duo that I really wish had stuck together longer and recorded/released more)
Elvis Costello - New Lace Sleeves (good manners and bad breath will indeed get you nowhere)
Lewis Black - Farmville
R.E.M. - The One I Love
Jay-Z feat. Kanye West - Hate
Devo - The Day My Baby Gave Me A Surprize (can't ever hear it without thinking about the video and chuckling about the flying baby)
Beck - Little One
ZZ Rop - Cheap Sunglasses
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #538 on: 11 Jun 2013, 13:10 »

been a couple months since I've done one of these. it's my wife and i's 3rd wedding anniversary, so most of the playlist i'm listening to at work is the playlist from our reception and cocktail/dinner hours on shuffle along with a couple other hour's worth of random stuff since my workday is a couple hours longer than that. Every song without an asterisk next to it actually played at some point during our wedding day.

last 15 songs have been:

15. Polaris - She Is Staggering - Love this band and pretty much all things pertaining to Pete & Pete. Really wish they'd release the final season on DVD
14. The Clash - Lost In The Supermarket
13. Lagwagon - Raise A Family*
12. Paul Baribeau - I Thought I Could Find You
11. Slingshot Dakota - Until The Day I Die, Part 2
10. Jackie Wilson - (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher & Higher - It's one of the most beautiful and upbeat love songs ever, but I still to this day can't hear it without thinking of the jumping toaster/walking statue of liberty from Ghostbusters 2 or the end sequence of Death To Smoochy
9. Regina Spektor - Folding Chair*
8. The Ergs - Things I Could Never Find A Way To Say*
7. Lemuria - Mechanical
6. Stubborn Allstars - Citadel
5. The Five Stairsteps - Ooh Child
4. The Clash - Train In Vain*
3. Joey Ramone - What A Wonderful World*
2. Buju Banton - Only Man
1. Van Morrison - Jackie Wilson Said (I'm In Heaven When You Smile)
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Re: HIT SHUFFLE SAY YEAH
« Reply #539 on: 17 Jun 2013, 03:54 »

Holy christ's cunt, that's an over 4-year necropost. I think you mighta set a record there, Z.

On this other forum I frequent, someone necro'ed a thread that was over ten years old (and dead)..
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