Member Since: 2/11/2004
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Other Mixes By Brad123

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pleadings! from Texas (bonus disc for Steve Mossholder)

Artist Song
The Robot Ate Me  They Killed You 
Buffalo Springfield  Four Days Gone 
My Bloody Valentine  Come in Alone 
Fischerspooner  The 15th 
Damien Jurado  Like Titanic 
Bill Frisell  Everybody Loves Everybody 
Wilco  Heavy Metal Drummer 
Pavement  Frontwards 
Klimperei & Pahl  Charlotte Russe 
Frankie Sparo  CamTra 
Fugazi  I'm So Tired 
Low  Laser Beam 
Broken Social Scene  Anthems For a Seventeen-Year-Old Girl 
the Avalanches  Summer Crane 
Deerhoof  Blue Cash 
Spacemen 3  Soul 1 
the Velvet Underground  I Found a Reason 
Kaada  Thank You For Giving Me Your Valuable Time 
Robert Pollard  People Are Leaving 
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy  Lessons From What's Poor 
Rollerball  Wyoming 
the Microphones  Window 13 


This mix had another name, but i forget it. I like trading mixes. It gives me much...pleasure. And when I trade, there's a good chance that I don't get it out on time and I feel guilty and I make you aan extra CD. Not always is it late, but sometimes.
Steve, I called it "Etoh". I think it's really "Summer Crane". Please don't ostracize me. I hate ostracision.
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Date: 4/10/2003
Cool, Brad. Trading gives me...pleasure too.
Date: 4/10/2003
hey mate, no guilt on this site, eh? This is a wonderful mix, helping a guy keep up with indie rock who went into an indie haze long about the time The Replacements broke up. This helps me know what's been going on since then. So many folks I have never heard. Not even the Buffalo Springfield track - is that Steven Stills singing, or Richie Furay? I love 1,2,4,oh hell, it's all great, even weird #9 that cements the variation on this disc. Thanks again - I'll always remember getting my very first Pavement track. It's a coincidence you posted this mix now, because just today I came back at you with one of my own.
Date: 4/10/2003
I'm pretty sure it's Stills, cos he wrote it. I'm assuming Buffalo, with their quasi-supergroup status, had the same arrangement as the Beatles: you write it, you sing it (unless John can't hit the highs).