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COLD... (cassette version)

Side A
Artist Song Buy
Balanescu Quartet  Drowned By Time  buy on itunes
Blur   Beetlebum (Moby Mix)  buy on itunes
Ikon  Condemnation  buy on itunes
Sisters Of Mercy  Marian (Version)  buy on itunes
Public Image Limited  Swan Lake  buy on itunes
Molly Half Head  Arty Breakfast  buy on itunes
Jesus And Mary Chain  Some Candy Talking  buy on itunes
Cocteau Twins  Road, River And Rail  buy on itunes
Durutti Column  Blue Period  buy on itunes
Public Image Limited  Flowers Of Romance  buy on itunes
Ikon  Hollowed Ground  buy on itunes
Joy Division  In A Lonely Place  buy on itunes
Side B
Placebo  Bigmouth Strikes Again  buy on itunes
Bauhaus  Ziggy Stardust  buy on itunes
U2  Dancing Barefoot  buy on itunes
Ikon  Fall Apart  buy on itunes
Mission UK  In Between Days  buy on itunes
Bauhaus   She's In Parties  buy on itunes
Cocteau Twins  Because Of Whirl-Jack  buy on itunes
Public Image Limited  Radio Four  buy on itunes
Balanescu Quartet  My Melancholy Stones  buy on itunes
Durutti Column  Where I Should Be  buy on itunes
Balanescu Quartet  Cold, Cold, Cold (edit)  buy on itunes
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This was actually the first mix I had made to be entitled 'Cold', for my cousin. Created on the eve of my 20th birthday back in 1999. The year and century were coming to a close and I felt somewhat uneased about it all. This would brings a death to my teens, if you will and I couldn't help but feel a bit grey about that. Thus the cover art, Paul Klee's 'Mourning' a kind of lamentation for my part. The Balanescu Quartet songs suited quite nicely. They are from the soundtrack to the Derek Jarman film 'The Garden'. Jarman directed some Pet Shop Boys videos as well Smiths 'The Queen Is Dead'. What is kind of strange is that 'The Garden' was an album which when I bought it had no idea about at all, but I just had a feeling I should purchase it. I simply liked the cover and the titles of the tracks sounded beautiful. And very pleased I was to find on first listen that the soundtrack was just that... beautiful. And quite interestingly unique as well, which is something most important to me about music. The first half of side b are all cover songs. Smiths, Bowie, Patti Smith, Death In June and Cure. PIL's "Radio Four" is probably one of my favourite songs of all time, with the Joy Division-esque synth at the end, the absolutely most perfect sound in the world.
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Date: 12/20/2003
very nice work!
Duke of Doom
Date: 12/20/2003
Very good! Sister of Mercy was a nice touch.

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