Member Since: 1/16/2003
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CD | Alternative - Indie Rock
Cassette | Theme

start crying your heart out

Side A
Artist Song
Oasis  Don't Go Away 
Doves  Break Me Gently 
Marcy Playground  Opium 
Travis  Funny Thing 
Muse  Falling Down 
Radiohead  Bullet Proof..I Wish I Was 
Red House Painters  Medicine Bottle 
David Gray  Hold On To Nothing 
Starsailor  Way To Fall 
The Moldy Peaches  Goodbye Song 
Side B
Red House Painters  Katy Song 
Kings Of Convenience  The Weight Of My Words 
Radiohead  Pyramid Song 
New End Original  Leper Song 
Beethoven  Moonlight Sonata 
Sparklehorse  Eyepennies 
Eels  Electro-Shock Blues 
Red House Painters  Shadows 
Coldplay  Amsterdam 
(Starsailor  "Hidden Track") 


i wish i could think of better titles for my mixes (or make better mixes to fit for the good ideas i have in mind)... i wish i could find better jpgs on my computer or at least the motivation to scan the actual covers... anyways, this goddamn mix did cost me lots of time and nerves but in the end i'm quite satisfied with the result... so is this a proof for the cathartic effect of sad/melancholy music? i'm not depressed right now, you might say i saved my depression in this tape for better days (like march, 30.). i tried to make it not all end-of-the-world-style and give it a slightly ironic twist at the end with that starsailor-humming (if you have the cd, you will know what i mean...) but if the person who i will give this tape to doesn't like it i'm going to kill myself.
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Pat McGoohan
Date: 3/16/2003
If you need titles, look to the lyrics of your favorite songs. Then find a line that sounds intresting when out of context. That's what I do.
abigail dice1
Date: 3/16/2003
there's a hidden track on the Starsailor record? hmmmm. I'll have to check that out. great mix, by the way. and I agree with what Pat said. that's what I do for my mixes.
Date: 3/16/2003
very nice mix. one thing: if you had "stop crying your heart out" by oasis, the mix would be absolutley complete.
Date: 3/16/2003
it's not that i can't think of titles for my mixes... it's more that i'm always in search of the "perfect" title... something that absolutely matches the mix's intention... anyways, after a while i begin to like that modified oasis quote... which brings us to the next topic: i agree with you, "stop crying your heart out" is a very cool song but i could never put it on a mix with that title! let's say it's too positive *g* oh, the last track is not actually a song but you will hear that when you listen to the cd... after all, laughing about it all often seems to be a good way to get along to me...
The Other Martin
Date: 3/16/2003
I like to think of a line from a song that describes exactly what the mix is about (if it's a themed mix) - if it's just general I put anything on there :)
Nice mix here, especially the Kings Of Convenience song.
Date: 3/17/2003
2 Stupid Dogs!
jed the humanoid
Date: 4/13/2003
Beethoven is great. i've got this cd, best of romantic piano music. tis very beautiful.
Date: 5/13/2003
HAHAHA....two stupid dogs and another great mix!
Date: 6/24/2003
woah. i like the beethoven in there. it threw me off, but i can see it working perfectly.
Date: 7/11/2003
Oasis "Don't go away" that song automatically pulls at my heart strings.
Moonlight sonata always gives me shivers. ending it with the starsailor humming track is a perfect end.
Date: 1/24/2004
great !
Date: 11/20/2004
awesome mix. you can tell you put a lot of effort into it. and though it's rare to see beethoven on indie mix tapes, moonlight sonota fits perfectly there.
Date: 12/10/2008
Looks ace. I think I'll reasseble this in the near future.