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    • CommentAuthorwellsy
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009
     (4786.1)
    Mine wold have to be my playist I play when I work out.

    Khashmir - Led Zep

    Faster - Manics

    Devil - Stereophonics

    Pressure - The Enemy

    C'mon C'mon - Von Bondies

    Club Foot - Kasabian

    PCP - Manics

    Superman - Stereophonics

    London Calling - Clash

    Underdogs - Manics

    Smokers Outside... - Editors

    Black & White Town - Doves

    Empire - Kasabian

    Vegas 2 Times - Stereophonics

    Train in Vain - Clash

    Fingers in the Factories - Editors

    Motorcycle Emptiness - Manics

    We'll Live & Die in These Towns - The Enemy

    I am The Resurrection - Stone Roses
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    Throbbing Gristle - Discipline (Live in Berlin)

    on repeat...

    for days...
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      CommentAuthorFinagle
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009 edited
     (4786.3)
    Laibach, "Sympathy for the Devil."
    Laibach, "Sympathy for the Devil."
    Laibach, "Sympathy for the Devil."
    Laibach, "Sympathy for the Devil."
    Laibach, "Sympathy for the Devil."
    Laibach, "Sympathy for the Devil."
    Laibach, "Sympathy for the Devil."

    (4, 1, 7, 3, 5, 2, 6 - really, better that way)
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009
     (4786.4)
    i had a playlist on my ipod (before it went kablooey) prepared for a halloween that hasn't come yet. boyfriend and i plan on being joker and harley quinn.
    had a great playlist for driving around in costume, can't remember all of it but it involved a lot of polkadot cadaver (especially "bring me the head of andy warhol").
    • CommentAuthorVerissimus
    • CommentTimeJan 19th 2009
     (4786.5)
    I had a playlist with music I want to be played at my cremation but I lost it when my computer crashed...

    Morbid yes, but it is never too early to think about such things.
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      CommentAuthorcelan
    • CommentTimeJan 21st 2009
     (4786.6)
    Here's my semi-random but still vaguely focused "DIVORCED!" playlist:
    1. The Sorrowful Wife – Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
    2. El Divorcio – Mark Ribot y Los Cubanos Postizos
    3. Get Out My Life, Woman – Lee Dorsey
    4. The Blower’s Daughter – Damien Rice
    5. You Are the Fabric Softener in my Laundry of Madness – Ass Coffee
    6. Beautiful Way – Beck
    7. Selfless, Cold, and Composed – Ben Folds Five
    8. Long Nights, Short Fuses – Breather Resist
    9. No Woman, No Cry – Bob Marley & the Wailers
    10. Bitter and then Some – Converge
    11. Big Mess – Devo
    12. Human Interest – Drive Like Jehu
    13. It’s a Motherfucker – Eels
    14. I Can’t Concentrate – Zs
    15. Call it Sane – Faraquet
    16. Anger – fIREHOSE
    17. The Age of Almost Living – Gorge Trio
    18. Pushy Girl – Heroic Doses
    19. Why Does it Hurt? – Hot Snakes
    20. 99 Problems – Jay-Z
    21. Soft Picasso – Vic Chesnutt
    22. This Is The Part We Laugh About – Medications
    23. Stop Touching Me – Optiganally Yours
    24. Duchess Barzula – Phleg Camp
    25. Rid of Me – PJ Harvey
    26. Bed’s Too Big Without You – The Police
    27. When Will You Die For The Last Time In My Dreams – Polvo
    28. Forgiveness – Rachel’s
    29. Poses – Rufus Wainwright
    30. Darkest Night – Sea and Cake
    31. House Full of Garbage – Shellac
    32. What Shall We Do Without Us? – Sleepytime Gorilla Museum
    33. Washer – Slint
    34. It Takes A Million Years to Become Diamonds So Lets Just Burn Like Coal Till the Skies Turn Black – Storm & Stress
    35. Things That Might Have Been – Tin Hat Trio
    36. Who Are You? – Tom Waits
    37. On the Chin – Tortoise
    38. Envelope – Unwound
    39. When I Ran Off and Left Her – Vic Chesnutt
    40. Girl Trouble – Violent Femmes
    41. Another Air Strike Called Love – Volta Do Mar
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      CommentAuthorhowyadoin
    • CommentTimeJan 22nd 2009
     (4786.7)
    Most of mine are way too long to post (my Pure Pop 2.0 is 7 hours long), but here's one of the shorter ones:

    “Lean On Me” - Bill Withers
    “Nothing Compares 2 U” - Sinead O’Connor
    “Cold Girl Fever” - The National
    “Use Somebody” - Kings Of Leon
    “Sex On Fire” - Kings Of Leon
    “Give It All Back” - The Pierces
    “In the Sun” - Donna De Lory
    “Go” - Sparklehorse with Flaming Lips
    “Trouble” - Isobel Campbell and Mark Lanegan
    “American English” - Idlewild
    “Just Like Roses” - Cruzados
    “And Fools Shine On” - Brother Cane
    “Wicked Game” - Ruby James
    “Down Where the Drunkards Roll” - Los Lobos
    “Romeo’s Tune” - Steve Forbert
    “Lay It Down” - Al Green
    “Sister Lost Soul” - Alejandro Escovedo
    “Did I Damage You?” - The Kill Devil Hills
    “Everything’s Fucked” - Dirty Three
    “Welcome to the Boomtown” - David + David
    “Hallelujah Here She Comes” - U2
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      CommentAuthorKPeff
    • CommentTimeJan 23rd 2009
     (4786.8)
    A friend of mine wanted to organize about 200 of his favorite songs such that each song would emotionally segue into the next. Then he wanted to use it to put himself into whatever mood he desired by starting at a song representative of his current mood and stopping at a song representative of his intended mood.

    He hasn't worked more than 30 hours in a week for the past five years, and I don't think he ever even tried to set up his playlist.