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Member Since: 11/4/2002
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sad bastard mix for matt, who may or may not be awesome.

Artist Song Buy
m. ward  vincent o'brien  buy on itunes
mark eitzel  then it really happens  buy on itunes
pj harvey  this mess we're in  buy on itunes
leonard cohen  bird on a wire  buy on itunes
tindersticks  trouble every day  buy on itunes
wilco  jesus, etc.  buy on itunes
phil ochs  the scorpion departs but never returns  buy on itunes
bonnie 'prince' billy  i see a darkness  buy on itunes
tom waits  dirt in the ground  buy on itunes
the the  bluer than midnight  buy on itunes
neko case & her boyfriends  in california  buy on itunes
the magnetic fields  i don't believe in the sun  buy on itunes
lambchop  the man who loved beer  buy on itunes
big star  holocaust  buy on itunes
smog  to be of use  buy on itunes
the mountain goats  no children  buy on itunes
simon & garfunkel  the only living boy in new york  buy on itunes
scott walker  the amorous humphrey plugg  buy on itunes

Comment:

so my new friend matt really likes depressing songs. i enjoy a depressing song or two as well, so we decided to make sad bastard mixes for each other and see who could put together the best one. i gave him an advantage and let him use famous blue raincoat. but i still think i put together a darn good sad one.
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lipstick vogue
Date: 4/18/2004
nice mix with an awesome cover
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Wild Mercury Sound
Date: 4/18/2004
this looks really good...Jesus etc is the funkiest depression song ever!
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derrick1
Date: 4/18/2004
big points for 'only living boy in new york'
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tubesock
Date: 4/19/2004
a lot of stellar songs on here. nice mix.
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zeke
Date: 4/19/2004
whew... this rules. strong through and through.
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Curtis_Burns
Date: 4/20/2004
Cool mix, cool cover.
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AdamJ1
Date: 4/22/2004
I like your mix, and I admire Web Cam nudity.
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Pop Kulcher
Date: 4/26/2004
Yep, it's a darn good sad one. And without even resorting to Joy Division. "Holocaust" is definitely one of those tunes I reach for if I'm in a pissy mood and want to stay there (or maybe something by Neutral Milk Hotel or, as I mentioned, JD) -- but the S&G track is a nice surprise, one of those perfect songs I love but tends to be overlooked by people too damn cool to admit liking 'em.

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