Joey Monotone

Member Since: 9/6/1999
Total Mixes: 447
Total Feedback: 82

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CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Mixed Genre
Playlist | Theme - Alternating DJ
Playlist | Theme - Alternating DJ
Playlist | Mixed Genre

I Goddam Hate Lousy Mixtapes If You Want To Know The Truth! PART 1

Side A
Artist Song
I Was There   
The Grouch   
I Want To Be Alone   
Brat ( For Stradlater and all the boys at Pency Prep)   
Paper Lanterns    
Tight wad Hill   
Westbound Sign   
Side B
(p. 4)  "What I was really hanging around was, I was trying to feel some kind of good-by" 
(p. 6)  "If you thought about him too much, you wondered what the heck he was still living for." 
(p. 20)  "If you looked up from your book, you were a goner." 
(p. 26)  "It was partly a phony kind of friendly." 
(p.33)  "Don't tell her I got kicked out, Will ya?" 
(p.36)  "Neither of us felt like sitting on our asses all night." 
(p. 44)  "Ya don't even know if her first name is Jane or Jean Ya goddam Moron!" 
(p. 52)  "Sleep tight Ya Morons!" 


I just updated this mix. If you haven't seen it before, its a narrative mix for the novel Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger. I used only greenday songs to narrative and it worked amazingly well. The quotes are to help illustrate what the song is trying to express. I tried submitting this tape many times before but it never worked. Thats why I seperated it into two parts, it did however fit on a 90 minute tape.


shannen l.
Date: 11/20/2000
the title is so unbelievably appropriate.
Joey Monotone
Date: 11/21/2000
I still cant submit the entire mix, and all the quotes and stuff, it says I sent too much information, which is lie, cause I have tons to say about this mix!
Sam O'Daniel
Date: 11/22/2000
I immediately knew it had something to do with Catcher by the title. Great concept. I can't wait to hear the rest about it!
Date: 11/25/2000
ahhh. this is the most wonderful thing i have ever seen, i definitely want to read the rest of the quotes
Date: 12/16/2000
This is ****ing brilliant. Perhaps something like this would be better suited on the Writings page. That way you could have your mix posted and have the information (ie quotes) tucked away. You could even link the mix to the page with all the explanations.