Kelley123

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Member Since: 5/13/2003
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The Sailor Sinks the Ship (pt. 2)

Artist Song Buy
Interpol  Untitled  buy on itunes
Guided by Voices  A Salty Salute  buy on itunes
TV on the Radio  Staring at the Sun  buy on itunes
Broken Social Scene  Pacific Theme  buy on itunes
Microphones  I'm a Pearl Diver  buy on itunes
Oranges Band  Finns for Our Feet  buy on itunes
Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks  (Do Not Feed the) Oyster  buy on itunes
Neutral Milk Hotel  In the Aeroplane Over the Sea  buy on itunes
Modest Mouse  Grey Ice Water  buy on itunes
Radiohead  How to Disappear Completley  buy on itunes
Beck  Lost Cause  buy on itunes
Pixies  Wave of Mutilation  buy on itunes
...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead  Homage  buy on itunes
Coldplay  Don't Panic  buy on itunes
Hot Hot Heat  Save Us SOS  buy on itunes
The Stranglers  Golden Brown  buy on itunes
Archers of Loaf  Chumming the Oceans  buy on itunes
The Unicorns  Sea Ghost  buy on itunes

Comment:

Another lost profession: the sailor. Story is, he half-heartedly leaves dry land for the sea. After some time, he enjoys himself at sea very much. Eventually, he becomes depressed and wants contact with the world outside his boat. But, a storm comes and kills everyone. I like this one too.

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jamie c
Date: 2/7/2004
In my opinion, "Untitled" is one of the greatest songs ever recorded. You've harnessed its greatness and made it the perfect opener for this stellar mix. Great job!
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black bear
Date: 2/7/2004
hey i'm replying to the comment you left on my journal about "oh anna" by the microphones. you should try to find the version by khaela maricich [who recorded as get the hell out of the way of the volcano and now the blow, and who sings on a bunch of microphones songs]. it's on her cd "look for it in the sky, it will always be there". it's really great, it's just her and an acoustic guitar. if you can't find it to d/l or whatever i could send it to you!

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