The Denim Delinquent

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Member Since: 2/6/2006
Total Mixes: 8
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Crazee Covers

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Nena  Friday I'm In Love  buy on itunes
The Boy Least Likely To  Faith  buy on itunes
The Delays  The Sun Always Shines On TV  buy on itunes
The Magic Numbers  There Is A Light That Never Goes Out  buy on itunes
Cornershop  Norweigan Wood  buy on itunes
Travis  Hit Me Baby One More Time  buy on itunes
Richard Hawley  Some Candy Talking  buy on itunes
Belle And Sebastian  Dancing Queen  buy on itunes
Tommy Keene  Tattoo  buy on itunes
Aswad  Roxanne  buy on itunes
Metric  Between The Bars  buy on itunes
Bright Eyes  Mushaboom  buy on itunes
Roots Manuva  Yellow Submarine  buy on itunes
Squarepusher  Love Will Tear Us Apart  buy on itunes
Blur  Maggie May  buy on itunes
Ben Kweller  Ice Ice Baby  buy on itunes
Lily Allen  Oh My God  buy on itunes
Of Montreal  Know Your Onion  buy on itunes
Cat Power  I Found A Reason  buy on itunes
Lulu  Fighting In A Sack  buy on itunes
My Bloody Valentine  We Have All The Time In The World  buy on itunes
The Thompson Twins  Revolution  buy on itunes

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This mix of covers is 21 tracks long. One of the I 'hilariously' made up. Any guesses?
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>toxotronic<
Date: 12/10/2007
i would guess that roots manuva never covered the beatles, but then again there are several other tracks of which i can hardly believe they really exist (like # 8, 14, 16)... anyway, # 13 seems the most absurd to me ;-)
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tornadoZ
Date: 12/11/2007
if it's as you say and there's just one here that sprung from your imagination [My Bloody Valentine covering the James Bond theme? Nena doing The Cure?] then I'd absolutely love to hear it. hoping I'm wrong with both my guesses, since this will indeed seem a better world if both of those, in fact, do exist.
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tornadoZ
Date: 5/7/2008
it IS a better world! but poor Lulu. the My Bloody Valentine was... well, music to my ears. really dug the Squarepusher version of that classic, as well as B & S's "Dancing Queen" (sung in a beer hall?) and I'm the only one in the office that wasn't mad when The Magic Numbers tune got underway. Nena, Richard Hawley, Blur, Of Montreal, Thompson Twins... all really great. merci.

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