James Russell

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Member Since: 5/22/2001
Total Mixes: 38
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James Russell's Mixes

James Russell's Favorite Mixes

James Russell's Favorite Mixes

CD | Single Artist
9/21/2001
Some excellent rocking to be had here. Play loud.
CD | Mixed Genre
11/4/2001
There's something curiously lovable about a mix that cuts from Suicide's "Frankie Teardrop" to Laurel & Hardy's "Trail of the Lonesome Pine".
Cassette | Theme
12/2/2001
Neat circular mix which all comes back to Bob.
CD | Theme
2/6/2002
I'm not sure how much I necessarily like some of the songs on this mix, but the concept is a cracker.
by teap!n
CD | Theme - Narrative
3/1/2002
The sound of living in a flat somewhere in Germany late on a rainy night in the early 1980s. At least, I presume so, never having actually lived in a flat in Germany in the early 1980s. The all night party goes on...
CD | Theme
5/31/2002
Deranged, in a splendid way.
CD | Alternative - Punk
6/11/2001
Punk as fuck.
by 2FFs
Cassette | Theme
3/26/2002
This mix and its sequel may well be the only mixes here on the theme of furniture.
by J.M.
CD | Theme
3/26/2002
In which Andrew W.K. fights everyone, including himself. Peculiar concept, but fun nonetheless.
CD | Theme
3/26/2002
A perfectly fine mod/freakbeat primer.
CD | Pop
5/10/2002
CD | Pop
5/10/2002
This mix, and indeed its first part, represent a formidable collection of post-punk sounds of various sorts. Part two may be scarier than the first, which is scary enough.
CD | Pop
4/28/2002
The track list alone looks mightily inspired, hearing the disc itself is even better. But then anything which finds room for The Sonics, MC5 and The Electric Eels, among others, couldn't have too many problems.
CD | Pop
4/1/2002
Splendid from go to whoa, though with HP Lovecraft, Arzachel and "Farewell Aunty Jack", it couldn't go too far wrong, could it?
CD | Theme
2/12/2002
Surf's up!
CD | Alternative - Punk
6/5/2002
I've rediscovered this one of late. "Patio Set" is a fucking marvellous song.