Member Since: 2/17/2002
Total Mixes: 5
Total Feedback: 9

Other Mixes By Kingweasel

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Happiness = Reality - Expectations

Artist Song
The Busstop Hurricanes  Blue Eyed Devil 
The Smithereens  Behind the Wall of Sleep 
Mary Lou Lord  Some Jingle Jangle Morning 
Old 97's  What We Talk About 
XTC  Dictionary 
The Greyboy Allstars  The Method pt.2 
Kylie Minogue  Better the Devil You Know 
Velocity Girl  Sorry Again 
James  Laid 
Mary's Danish  Don't Crash the Car Tonight 
The Breeders  Drivin' On 
Billy Bragg  Strange Things Happen 
Kenickie  Classy 
The Mekons  Fantastic Voyage 
Swimmer  Special Life 
Shivaree  Bossa Nova 
Belly  Full Moon, Empty Heart 
Blondie  Presence Dear 
Ry Cooder  See You in Hell, Blind Boy 
REM  Disturbance at the Heron House (live) 
Nick Cave  West Country Girl 
Nirvana  Man Who Sold the World (live) 


This is the first CD of the 'Artificial Dissemination Project'. I'm leaving three copies in 1)the public library, 2)a grocery store and 3) not sure yet, probably a local Kinkos. I've made sleeves with an email addy for comments and hopefully I'll get around to making a website to track them, too.
BTW I totally stole this idea from someone else whose mixes I was checking out here.


Date: 3/8/2002
first, the title is great. second the music rocks (velocity girl, smithereens). third, great idea for getting the music out to a new audience. nice! !
Date: 3/8/2002
Cool! Let us know the rest of the story.
Date: 3/8/2002
Thanks! The title is lifted from an essay by Tom Magliozzi. He and his brother do an NPR call in show called Car Talk, and they're often damn funny, and sometimes strikingly philosophical.
Date: 3/9/2002
Well....I'm a "smokin' Pope!" Great HAVE to let us know how this goes over!!! Hmmm.....I muse.
Date: 4/7/2002
So, they ACTUALLY ended up at 1) a local restaurant 2) grocery store and 3) a coffeehouse.

The coffeehouse one ended up in the lost and found twice before I just took it and put it outside on bench.

I have yet to hear from anybody regarding them though.

I think maybe next time I'll go with places that cater to a younger crowd, near the college or something.