James Russell

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Member Since: 5/22/2001
Total Mixes: 38
Total Feedback: 289
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Other Mixes By James Russell

CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Alternative - Punk
Cassette | Mixed Genre

Chance Operation II

Artist Song Buy
Eraserhead soundtrack  In Heaven (the lady in the radiator song)  buy on itunes
Gomez  78 Stone Wobble  buy on itunes
Danse Society  2000 Light Years From Home  buy on itunes
Morphine  Buena  buy on itunes
March Violets  Walk Into The Sun  buy on itunes
Ignatius Jones  Like A Ghost  buy on itunes
Zerra One  The Banner Of Love  buy on itunes
Eddie Cochran  Three Steps To Heaven  buy on itunes
The Immortal Lee County Killers  Killer 45  buy on itunes
Pigbag  Papa's Got A Brand New Pigbag  buy on itunes
The Cure  A Forest (live)  buy on itunes
Husker Du  Land Speed Record side one  buy on itunes
Peter Schilling  Major Tom  buy on itunes
The Fauves  Dwarf on Dwarf  buy on itunes
Godspeed You Black Emperor  Sunshine and Gasoline  buy on itunes
Propaganda  Bejewelled  buy on itunes
Big Audio Dynamite  Rush  buy on itunes
Cabaret Voltaire  Western Mantra  buy on itunes
Big Country  Wonderland (extended)  buy on itunes
Tears For Fears  Shout  buy on itunes
Killing Joke  Adorations (Supernatural mix)  buy on itunes
Killing Joke  Money Is Not Our God (video edit)  buy on itunes
The Wild Flowers  A Kind of Kingdom  buy on itunes
Primal Scream  Velocity Girl  buy on itunes
The Who  Young Man Blues (original studio version)  buy on itunes
The Pharcyde  Runnin'  buy on itunes
The Flesh Eaters  Digging My Grave  buy on itunes
A Roman Scandal  Shot Shot Murderess  buy on itunes
Aztec Camera  Good Morning Britain  buy on itunes
William S. Burroughs & Gus van Sant  Millions of Images  buy on itunes

Comment:

My CD drive is currently, as they say in the classics, screwed. For whatever reason it's refusing to acknowledge that there is anything in the drive when I put a disc in. Consequently I'm left without a burner, and so I've resorted to doing a followup to my old Chance Operation mix... i.e. lining up some 530-odd mp3s in Winamp, hitting the shuffle button and letting it go. This time it's produced some really nice as well as some really odd transitions (Cabaret Voltaire into Big Country?), certainly some I'd never have thought of doing myself. There are a few repeat appearances in here but I've left them in to preserve the flow. The live version of "A Forest" goes about 13 minutes; I have no idea where it was recorded. My copy of "Land Speed Record" is in the form of two mp3s--one side of the record per file--because actually splitting it into individual songs is just about impossible, hence why the whole of side one gets credited here as such. The "original studio version" of "Young Man Blues" is the one released on a Track Records sampler in 1969 and otherwise unavailable on disc anywhere. All told, not a bad way of becoming reacquainted with some of the tracks on my hard drive that I hadn't played for a while...

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Rob Conroy
Date: 9/30/2002
Looks good to me, James. Best of luck in rectifying your drive issues.
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Geoffrey Holland
Date: 10/2/2002
you might try the basic stuff with your CD-RW like opening your case to make sure it's plugged in. Re-installing drivers. Checking the system settings. Hope something works!

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