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High School Musical

Side A
Artist Song
The Black Angels  Call to Arms 
Maurice Jarre  Lara's Theme 
Tom Waits  In the Neighbourhood 
Arthur Conley  Funky Street 
Primal Scream  Country Girl 
The Mirettes  He's Alright With Me 
Soul Brothers Six  Some Kind of Wonderful 
Silver Jews   Punks in the Beerlight 
Super Furry Animals  Demons 
Joanna Newsom  Sawdust and Diamonds 
Side B
Maurice Jarre  At the Student Cafe 
The Electric Prunes  I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night) 
Thin Lizzy  The Boys Are Back In Town 
Miklos Rozsa  Night Time 
Genius/GZA  Shadowboxing 
The Rolling Stones  Sweet Black Angel 
The Pipettes  Pull Shapes 
Little Eva  The Loco-Motion 
Martha & The Vandellas  Nowhere to Run 
Manfred Hubler & Siegfried Schwab  Necromania 
Depth Charge  Poison Clan 
The Velvet Underground  The Black Angel's Death Song 
Maurice Jarre  The Funeral 
Mercury Rev  Tonite it Shows 
The Ronettes   Baby I Love You 


New Year's Eve, and the sleepy English town of London is going about its own sweet and funky business. But darkness is about to descend... With its mix of finger-poppin' soul, hard-rockin' psychedelia, butt-thumpin' hiphop, twinkly romance and bare-knuckle, blood-drenched fighting, this musical by The Legend Of Bear is suitable for any high school with a large gymnasium and attractive lead duo. It's sure to please kids and parents alike and bring the house down!


Date: 12/31/2006
Where is the ticket line! tom waits and the electric prunes and the ronettes, indeed, bring down the house. BRAVO!
Date: 12/31/2006
love it
anthony lombardi
Date: 12/31/2006
looks great to me -- especially loving side b
Date: 12/31/2006
Happy New Year bear.
Date: 1/1/2007
yup side 2 has my vote - i am worried bear that you are adopting an american vernacular or creating mixes for the us market. 'High School?' 'large gymnasium' and my dear fellow 'London Town.' Our american friends might dominate the site but let's not surrender all that we hold sacred. Before you know it you'll be dunkin' doughnuts, munchin' cookies and celebratin' thanks givin'. I salute the Jarre & Rozsa inclusions.
Date: 1/1/2007
Yeeee Haaaw, this here mix sure is mighty fine. Oh wait I forgot, I'm a Manc. Okay, Fookin' Bang On Our Kid :)
Date: 1/2/2007
I wish I was in high school again! Fantastic mix.
Date: 1/2/2007
Stuff the "vernacular", this mix has Arthur Conley's "Funky Street" on it -- so that's me satisfied. Dom may have a point though, aren't you supposed to "stone the crows, guvnor" and "luvaduck". Well? Aren't you?
Rob Conroy
Date: 1/3/2007
Fuck YESSSSS, my friend! This looks fantastic. Fantastic, I tell you.
Date: 1/6/2007
Oooooh, wish this had been the soundtrack to my New Year! (I think we got Paolo Nutini doing Auld Lang Syne - hmmmmmm). Love so much on this - the SFA, Pipettes, Mercury Rev, and what an awesome ending. Well done.
Date: 1/8/2007
Great New Year fun - wish I'd been at the party. Oh wait - I was, trying to watch the Eye fireworks whilst standing behind a large boat slash pub. I'd rather have been at home listening to this!
Date: 1/13/2007
Funny comment by Dom -- actually I was thinking the same the thing as I read your liner notes... I had the impression you're english. Love the Martha & the Vendellas and Mercury Rev choices here.
Sister ZoT Jarvis
Date: 2/5/2007
Love the Angels and Demons presented here. Nicely done.