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CD | Theme - Narrative
CD | Theme - Narrative
CD | Theme - Narrative
CD | Theme - Narrative
CD | Theme - Narrative

Something Infinitely Interesting

Artist Song
Hoobastank  Running Away 
Incubus  Echo 
Aerosmith  Dream On 
Weezer  Take Control 
David Bowie  The Man Who Sold the World 
Jimmy Eat World  Blister 
New Order  True Faith 
Live  heropsychodreamer 
Onesidezero  Holding Cell 
Tears For Fears  Everybody Wants To Rule the World 
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Bad Moon Rising 
Linkin Park  Pushing Me Away (remix) 
Our Lady Peace  Somewhere Out There 
Toad the Wet Sprocket  Walk on the Ocean 
Jerry Cantrell  Psychotic Break 
Ozzy Osbourne  Diary of a Madman 
Queens of the Stone Age  Lightning Song 
Powderfinger  My Happiness 
Todd Rundgren  I Saw the Light 


Mix #9. Made in late August of 2002. The book theme was Stephen King's The Talisman (I'm a bit of a King fan, you see). The secondary theme was the REVELATION of a world never before experienced, surpassing past notions of both danger and wonder. If this mix were divided into four, I would consider the 3rd quadrant somewhat weak and the other 3 quite strong. This is the mix where I started finding songs that I though resonated very well with the book theme in one way or another. "Blister" contains the lyrics "And how long would it take me, to walk across the United States, all alone," which is what the main character in The Talisman sets out to do. And the world he discovers is indeed, to quote "Echo", "something infinitely interesting".