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Other Mixes By stereophonicbreadsticks

CD | Theme - Alternating DJ
Cassette | Mixed Genre

Quiver like a candle on fire

Side A
Artist Song
Bob Dylan  Lily, Rosemary & The Jack Of Hearts 
Badly Drawn Boy  Camping Next To Water 
Blind Melon  No Rain 
The Dandy Warhols  Sleep 
DJ Shadow  Building Steam From a Grain Of Salt 
Guided By Voices  Gold Star For Robot Boy 
Guided By Voices  Game Of Pricks 
Guided By Voices  Twilight Campfighter 
Jane's Addiction  Jane Says 
Massive Attack  Safe From Harm 
Alanis Morissette  Perfect 
Neutral Milk Hotel  In The Aeroplane Over The Sea 
Nirvana  Pennyroyal Tea (acoustic) 
Nothing Painted Blue  Drinking Game 
Olivia Tremor Control  Define A Transparent Dream 
Pavement  Zurich Is Stained 
Pearl Jam  Elderly Woman Behind The Counter In A Small Town 
Liz Phair  6'1 
Pink Floyd   Wish You Were Here 
Radiohead  No Surprises 
Elliott Smith  St. Ide's Heaven 
Temple Of The Dog  Call Me A Dog 
The Velvet Underground  Stephanie Says 
Jason Webley  Northern Lights 
Weezer  The World Has Turned And Left Me Here 
Wilco  Jesus, etc 
Yo La Tengo  Tom Courtenay 
Smashing Pumpkins  Lily, My One And Only 
Side B


I'm attempting to replicate a mix I made for my ex, I don't know why, I guess I've just been thinking about her a lot lately. I made this for her in the last few weeks of out relationship and I think the overall sadness of the mix sort of indicates that, I don't know if I was trying to tell her something or what, I just felt I needed to make her a tape.

I really enjoyed it the few times I listened to it and now I kind of wish I had a copy but whatever. I don't remember the exact track listing but I do know most of the songs that I wound up putting on it as well as the first and last song which I chose because they had her name in the title so other than the bookends I'm just going to go through it more or less alphabetically, I'll probably update it later to make it flow better and get it closer to the original tape.

Incidentally, I'm aware of the excessive use of GBV, probably breaking a mix tape rule but I don't care, they're the best band ever, and on the original they weren't concurrent like that. As I said I'm just putting songs up alphabetically for now.