lusty kazoo

Member Since: 1/30/2004
Total Mixes: 35
Total Feedback: 82

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.my so-called extended adolescence.

Artist Song
violent femmes  kiss off 
ministry  everyday is halloween 
the cure  a night like this 
the dead milkmen  bitchin camaro 
depeche mode  stripped 
xtc  dear god 
siouxsie & the banshees  dear prudence 
love & rockets  no new tale to tell 
10,000 maniacs  like the weather 
the smiths  stop me if you think that you've heard this one before 
janes addiction  summertime rolls 
erasure  a little respect 
concrete blonde  happy birthday 
public image limited  disappointed 
nitzer ebb  getting closer 
sinead o'connor  i am stretched on your grave 
ned's atomic dustbin  capital letters 
the charlatans uk  the only one i know 
the sundays  here's where the story ends 


my contribution to the Mixies ( trade for april/may. a mix that instantly conjures memories of my best friends Suki, Rue & i in our angsty teenage years. a mix made up of songs from a time in our lives when we were truly invincible & there was still magic looming not so far off in the distance. magic that we called "someday" & spoke of with affection & faith because we were too young to comprehend that the future could hold anything less than perfection. i can't believe we're thirty.
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Dead Heaven
Date: 4/29/2004
Mister Jimbo
Date: 4/29/2004
This is good.
p the swede
Date: 4/29/2004
sounds a lot like my youth
Date: 4/30/2004
sounds like a pretty damn good mix!!
Date: 5/20/2004
I know where this comes from. This is one I would LOVE to hear. Would you like to trade?
Date: 6/4/2004
Listening to this, I felt that I was in the car with you years ago. And then, at moments I remembered my own high school years and coward behind the wheel. I identified with this SO well... TOO WELL. Thanks for creating this time machine.
Date: 6/4/2004
Oh... and I forgot to mention that I love the flow from The Dead Milkmen into Depeche Mode. Nice! (I say again...)
Rob Conroy
Date: 12/30/2004
This is a lot like what I listened to back then, other than the absence of the SST-related product (Huskers, Minutemen, Descendents, Sonic Youth, Meat Puppets, etc.) that dominated my life.