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CD | Mixed Genre

the sitting alone in a dim room with camel lights and spicy water cliche break up collection

Artist Song
Moldy Peaches  Nothing Came Out 
Damien Jurado  Honey Baby 
Wilco/Billy Bragg  Do You Remember the Mountain Bed 
Bonnie Prince Billy  A King At Night 
Low  Dinosaur Act 
Alejandro Escovedo  I Don't Need You 
Dump  How Come You Don't Call Me? (Prince cover) 
Hope Sandoval  On The Low 
Gram Parsons  Cry One More Time 
Neutral Milk Hotel  Oh, Comely 
Azure Ray  Displaced 
Sigur Ros  Svefn-g-englar 
Ryan Adams  Touch, Feel, and Lose 
Built to Spill  Cortez the Killer (N. Young cover) 
Gillian Welch  Miner's Refrain 
Morphine  The Night 
Juliana Hatfield  Backseat 
Ramones  I Want You Around 
The Reindeer Section  The Opening Taste 


ahh, late-night soundtracks.


Date: 1/8/2002
yeah...camel lights would go real well with this mix. throw in a dos equis and i'm there. it makes me think of the boy from school i probably can't have. 'oh, comely' is his(by virtue of playing it so beautifully) and 'nothing came out' is mine(by virtue of being how i feel about him). lovely.
Rob Conroy
Date: 1/8/2002
This is pretty damned good. It's a shame that you had to feel so bad first to make it.
Date: 1/8/2002
i think i'm going to have to agree with rob on this one...but i don't see the cliches?
Date: 1/8/2002
the cliche is really the whole notion of compiling some of your favorite somber songs simply to perpetuate feelings of sadness. these kinds of mixes rarely work to better one's situation, but yet i feel strangely compelled to torture myself in this way. if you're gonna sulk, you might as well have something good to sing along to. this i have learned. bloody hell.
Date: 1/8/2002
This is beautiful. Even though, as you say, the mix perpetuates your feelings of sadness, it's still nice to listen to music you dig in times like these.
Martin Andersen
Date: 1/8/2002
Nice. I like the Escovedo inclusion.
Date: 3/28/2002
Nice inclusion of the Wilco/Billy Bragg tune, and the Morphine tune - great songs, even in times opposite of the cliche sadness.