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Buffy Mix - Complete! Playlist!

Let me start with saying this is restrained. 4 discs. I mean, she was in EVERY show. So... the best way (IMO) to make a mix was to focus on her relationships - those were big turning points in her growth, regression, etc. Her and the boys, the Scoobs, Giles, her parents... And I just touched over them. Seriously, could have gone on and on, but it was getting a bit ridiculous.

previous playlists for other characters here.



Disc One

New School, New Friends, New Life

1. Valley Girl - Frank Zappa - I'm operating under the idea that Buffy was still a bit silly, undedicated, unfocused when she got to Sunnydale. Cheerleading, friends with Cordy - briefly - so.
2. You're My Best Friend - Queen - the scene where Buffy sees Cordy berating Willow, who leaves the water fountain like it's old hat? And makes a decision there? I love her so much for that.
3. For He Is An Englishman - Gilbert & Sullivan - Heh. From the H.M.S. Pinafore. Oh, stuffy Giles. So fun. (I like Ripper!Giles better.)
4. The Homecoming Queen's Got A Gun - Julie Brown - Okay, Homecoming wasn't S1, but Buffy was more dedicated then. And this song just kills me. Harmony and the Cordettes repre-SENT!
5. Never Leave Your Heart Alone - Butterfly Boucher - Who is that tall dark - very thin- stranger? Mmmm. Jacket. *sleeps in it*
6. Love Fool - The Cardigans - Snark, snark, totally wishing he would kiss me...
7. Teach Your Children Well - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young I miss Joyce. She wasn't perfect, but she loved her kid.
8. Four To The Floor - Starsailor - Oh, GOD do I love this group. Here's Buffy fantasizing about the future: "I could have it all - we'd have a little girl."
9. With A Little Help From My Friends - Joe Cocker - Aw. Early Scooby fun. When they all hung out? And watched Indian soap operas? And Xander was thinking how lucky he was to be friends with Willow who was friends with Buffy because he got to sleep over at a GIRL'S HOUSE and maybe they would make out, and what do you mean I have to slay a whozit? AHHHHH!!
10. I Love You Always Forever - Donna Lewis - Early Bangel. Sooooo innocent and shoots me right back to that overwhelming elation of first love - how electric their touch is, how you think about them and doodle your initials on everything and... Aw. (This is a TOTALLY cheesy high school girl song. Guess what Buffy is? heh.)
11. I Melt With You - Modern English - Ditto. Mmm. Love is grand. (And makes me think of "Valley Girl" which is a fantastic teen love movie, OMG.)
12. Parents Just Don't Understand - DJ Jazzy Jeff Heh. Buffy, when are you going to take on some RESPONSIBILITY? Silly, like Buffy could be.
13. Hopelessly Devoted To You - Olivia Newton-John - I still catch my breath watching Buffy and Angel for the first time. My goodness. (eta: sex.)
14. The Widow - Mars Volta - And I ache to my very core every time I watch Angelus rebuke her "abilities." Oh, ouchie. This song is so achey and dreamy and mournful. I have been soaking up everything this group has put out. I don't know why they aren't used in more soundtracks. Maybe not the best house music without context, but within a show? Perfection.
15. Love Will Tear us Apart Again - Nouvelle Vogue - Okay, this band first off is fantastic. French New Wave. Bossa Nova. This is a song originally by Joy Division. But it has a dreamy quality that I like for the ep where Angelus and Buffy are caught up in the doomed romance from Sunnydale High's past. And now I want to watch early Buffy...
16. Everybody's Talkin' - Tonic - Can she? If she has to? Will she be able to do it? You know, kill the first boy she loved so hard and deeply and gave him everything and...
17. Agnus Dei - Dale Warland Singers (Mozart) - Yeah. Yeah she could. And bad special effects aside, oh, Buffy. *pets her, because oh, ow.*
18. The Road to Mandalay - Robbie Williams - Bus ride out of town. Oh, and call me Anne. The intro to this song is one of the best I've heard in years. Just... He should make more music that sounds like the first minute of this song.


Disc Two

A Little Older

1. Friends Forever - Old 97s - Okay, little shout out: Ken, the lead guitarist, almost became my brother in law. He has an awesome collection of accordians, too. Moving on. Buffy just dropped the ball, huh? Willow with her little ice-cream nose, doing what she could to keep her eyes on the mission-and Xander- and Buff comes back. *sigh* But Willow is the best kind of friend you could have. I mean, she pulls bullets out of you with her MIND.
2. We Can Run Away Now They're All Dead - Snow Patrol - This is another band that I absolutely adore. And has a terrific soundtrack feel to their songs, as well. Shout out to Dead Man's Party! And that ultimately, the trio will pull back together.
3. A Cautionary Tale - The Decemberists - Oh, this song is so wrong and so funny. And Band Candy makes me happy. "Real Juice Newton." Oh, Joyce... And Ripper!! Nnnguh.
4. Fathers, Be Good To Your Daughters - John Mayer - Hank! Ted! Back off my girl. And ultimately, Joyce sacrificed her own love life to focus on her girl. I... I love Joyce. Can you tell?
5. Burn The Witch - Queens of the Stone Age - Shout out to Gingerbread! Oh, Willow's mother is CHILLING in that, right?
6. Fugitive Motel (R2D2 Remix) - Elbow - Oh, Faith. I could almost hate Buffy, too, when you can see her trying to control her distaste at the seedy joint where Faith is calling home.
7. The Soldiering Life - The Decemberists - This song - by a group that you should buy all of their albums - is sooo slashy. And I have a deep love of Faith/Buffy. From a Faith POV. Falling asleep looking at each other while the war rages all around... The bonds of soldiers in wartime.
8. All The Things She Said - Tatu - Heh. Remember how I just said Faith/Buffy? Yeah. And yes, I know the Russians were fabricated, but I can't help it! It's so catchy.
9. A Better Son/Daughter - Rilo Kiley - From Faith's POV? From Buffy's? Where the HELL is Buffy's dad? And Buffy slipped on the path to righteousness for a bit, but ultimately she got it back together. You know, after Faith killed a guy.
10. The Smile Has Left Your Eyes - Asia - Shout out to The Zeppo! I love that Buffy and Angel mocked the dramatic romance they have in this ep. It deserves a little shout out. Off topic: I watched this video when I was younger every single time it came on. The English cars! The little blonde girl with a dolly! Okay. Moving on from Dorkville.
11. Eaten By The Monster of Love - Sparks - Shout out to Xander and the fantasing of Joyce. And every single woman within a two mile radius. Best song from the movie "Valley Girl" hands down.
12. In The Crossfire - Starsailor - "I don't see myself when I look in the mirror. I see who I should be" I think each of the Scoobies feel this way with each other. And I'm going to say the same for Faith. Which is why she loves/hates Buffy. And same for Buffy with Faith. I cannot stress enough how great this band is. (eta: not all songs are gold, but the ones that are? Bellisima!)
13. City of Blinding Lights - U2 - Prom! Oh, Prom is so achey and lovely and... Giles! And Willow looks so pretty! And Angel and Buffy dancing for the last... *wipes small tear*
14. The Blood is Love - Queens of the Stone Age - Wait, still have work to do. And then Angel goes and almost dies. Needs the blood of a slayer... Whoa. Season Three may be my most favorite of all. Yeah - yeah, it is.
15. Rain City - Turin Brakes - Angel, swirling coat, leaves. Life goes on. All the way to college. Where Buffy whiens a bit and UGH. Get a grip. Oh, there you are! (Klimt! Hee hee, Sue!)
16. Secret Agent Man - Johnny Rivers - Riley! Worst. Haircut. Ever. Bowl cut? Kinda greasy? But then they put him in fatigues and- Rawr. Man with a PLAN!
17. Missionary Man - Eurythmics This could go for either of them, really. Both dedicated to the mission more than each other, ultimately.
18. Little Sister - Queens of the Stone Age - Um... where the hell did SHE come from? "Moving behind the shadow..." Nice. And I love this band, too. The lead singer looks like a cross between Craig Kilborn and Conan O'Brien. Yeah, I know that has nothing to do with anything, I'm just saying.


Disc Three

Love Stinks. Life Stinks. Gotta Go To Work.

1. They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! They Have Come Back From The Dead!! - Sufjan Stevens - Riley is exposed to the harsh truth of The Initiative. Great great great song. (They're spelling Illinois, which is close to Iowa, but who the hell sings about Iowa?)
2. Like The Way I Do - Melissa Etheridge - Oh, Spike, you utter shit. But... Buffy needed to know that Riley was, um, offering himself to others, right? Oh, the angst!
3. And I Am Telling You - Jennifer Holliday - Buffy running hell-bent to stop a helicopter. (okay, just an aside, but she has the WORST form for a runner. You can tell she jogs on a treadmill. I'm just saying. Loosen those hips! Drop your shoulders! Oh, and lose the high heels.)
4. Criminal - Fiona Apple - Heh. Riley? Or... Spike? "You're beneath me." BITCH. Love it.
5. The Portrait of a Lady - Wojciech Kilar - *sob* Joyce. I've said it before, but Anya trying to figure out why she won't just get up, won't get back into her body and it's mortal and stupid and... *cries bitterly*
6. Mother I Miss You - Toni Braxton - Maudlin and cheesy, but I bet Buffy listened to it. A lot. And Toni Braxton has a gorgeous voice.
7. Paranoid Android - Radiohead - Still have this crazy hell-god to fight, however. Oh, and there's this little thing about me being trapped in my head because I killed my sister. I'll get right on that killing thing. Tomorrow.
8. With A Little Help From My Friends - The Beatles - Glorified carpenter. And accomplished bowler. And Willow with the power and... *sobs with the missing of this show*
9. Live and Let Die - Paul McCartney and Wings - Giles. Knowing Buffy wouldn't kill Ben. Knowing he doesn't need the same set of morals. And MAN that was just cold and... God, I love Giles.
10. I Would Die For You - Prince - Swan dive. Still absolutely one of the best hours on TV. And I still want to pull her pants out of the crack of her ass everytime I watch that scene. But still. This song is uplifting and makes me think of that little smile she gives...
11. Soul Meets Body - Death Cab For Cutie - Well, please. And thanks to sdwolfpup for turning me on the DCFC.
12. Please Sister - The Cardigans - Dawn, trying to help, not whining, so damn happy to have her real sister, flesh and bone to be there for her, instead of carefully crawling past wires and the feel of room temperature rubber against her cheek when she's overwhelmed with sadness at night because Willow and Tara love her, sure, but they aren't family, and... *sobs*
13. Missing - Beck - For the record, this was the song that stopped everything. I had a basic outline for this mix, then I bought Beck's new album early this summer. This song is so perfectly early Spike/Buffy. "I prayed to Heaven today - bring its hammer down on me." Something's missing, but you're here. And... yeah. Take the pieces and put them together and you know there's still something missing.
14. Addiction - Kanye West - Oh, dear GOD do I love Kanye. "Why does everything that's supposed to be bad, make me feel so good?" This is the funkiest, grooviest, hippest song for baaaaaadness.
15. I Want You But I Don't Need You - Momus - Heh. I'm not going to tell you anything nice. Well, you know you want me. Nuh uh! *humps*
16. Dirty Life - IMA Robot - Man, they got away with sooooo much on this show! Blush-worthy stuff. Niiiice.
17. Broke Phi Broke - Kanye West skit - Um, Buffy? Tara and I are sponging off you, and you have no money. Go to work while we go to school and live here for free, okay? (Srsly - pay some rent, girls!)
18. That Smell - Lynrd Skynrd - God Damn Double Meat Palace. Ahahahaha.
19. Poor Misguided Fool - Starsailor - I'm using you. And it's killing me. Goodbye, William.

Disc Four

End Days

1. Never There - Cake - Dawn POV. Yeah, she was whiney and such, but she was a young girl - who the hell is watching her??
2. Let The Bodies Hit the Floor - Drowning Pool - Buffy in an asylum? Sunnydale is the dream? One- nothing wrong with me. Two- nothing wrong with me...
3. Mad World - Tears For Fears - Willow's on drugs, Xander's leaving Anya at the altar, Dawn's a shit, Spike is... Well. And Tara. *moment alone for Tara's horrible end.*
4. Creep - Radiohead - Dark!Willow bemoaning her lack of anything good because the only thing good was Tara and what Tara thought and... (ooh, there's a live version of this by Muse that would totally work, too.)
5. London Calling - The Clash - Giles shows up in a blaze of glory. One of the best cliffhangers in the show's history.
6. Jumper - Third Eye Blind - Xander! Yellow crayon! "Hey, world's ending - where else am I gonna be?"
7. Shopping For Blood - Franz Ferdinand - Willow, back from England, off to get blood for crazy Spike. And...
8. Sarah Michelle Gellar - Mumps - Runs into Andrew! Ha ha ha! This song is awesome. They even pronounce it vam-PYRE like him. Any Tom Lenk fans know of a connection to this group and him? Awesome, funny stuff.
9. Every Man Is An Orphan - The Bogmen - OooooOOOOh. This song is GREAT. Buffy - finding out about the first slayer. What must be done. What's coming up. How she's all alone in the task, ultimately. or not. (And this works for Connor, too. And they both have similarities, don't they? I'm going to a naughty place.)
10. Cry Me A River (remix) - Justin Timberlake - Gratuitous, yes. Shut it - I love Justin. The boy has MOVES. And the girls threw her OUT! Of her HOUSE! And Faith is the cool step-parent that takes the girls out and...
11. Brighter Than Sunshine - Aqualung - "I love you." No you don't. But thanks for saying it. I can feel it... my soul. Excellent, although hard, ending for Spike. (Shh. We're focusing on BtVS.)
12. Cities in Dust - Siouxsie and the Banshees - I know some people like to mock the running across the tops of the buildings as the city sinks into the abyss, but. I LOVED it. And we're to assume the crater was the size of the underground lair of the First and the Ubervamps, and DUDE. That was huge. If Spike didn't do the thing with the Liza Minelli chain? Multi-slayers or no, they would have been toast. "What a feeling in my soul, love burns brighter than sunshine."
13. Spinning - Zero7 - I put this at the end of the Faith mix, and it's a great ending. For Faith. This is a great song for Buffy to survey what's just happened and what it means.
14. Further On Down The Road - Taj Mahal - Tiny smile. (I love that tiny smile of hers at the end.) Everybody standing behind her. Bittersweet ending. Damn, I miss my dead show.



And do you have any idea how hard it was to not re-use songs from the other 20 some-odd mixes?

Playlist for your Printer - fonts embedded.

[ETA 2:] RTF version of playlist for those without Word Perfect.

Comments

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inlovewithnight
Nov. 5th, 2005 09:12 am (UTC)
Dude. You are possibly the coolest thing ever. Wow.

::omg new music dance::

And yes, SMG's running form sucks. My high-school track coach would beat her with a broom.
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 09:25 am (UTC)
Check back in an hour - I should have the link and all the songs tested by then, should you want to dl.
felisblanco
Nov. 5th, 2005 09:13 am (UTC)
Dude, I'm like... totally in love with you. Oh yeah. *sits back and waits for link*


Ps. Not sad, this is just the only icon I have with Buffy in it. Plus it kinda fits in a way.
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 09:25 am (UTC)
Gimmie... an hour? Linkity!
beadattitude
Nov. 5th, 2005 09:34 am (UTC)
Dude. I cannot wait to download this.
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 10:08 am (UTC)
It's up!
chantal87
Nov. 5th, 2005 09:40 am (UTC)
I am loving you so hard right now.
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 10:09 am (UTC)
Back atcha. And it's up for dl.

:-D
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stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 10:10 am (UTC)
I love you, too.

And... I'm just worried about the links for dl being on this... Should I be? Otherwise, I don't care.

And I NEVER faltered on my love of the SHOW. Just the fandom - the fandom got a little weird for me. But the show? love it HARD. And I'm re-watching the HS years now because I looooooove it.
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stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 10:35 am (UTC)
I will! I will call - and you just reminded me I unplugged my phone yesterday. ACK!

Link away. Won't bother me. If I get hauled into jail, I'll drag you down with me and we can do each other's hair in prison.
liz_marcs
Nov. 5th, 2005 12:52 pm (UTC)
The sharing mechanism I used was MegaUpload, which is (technically) an anonymous file-sharing service. You upload the files to their server and they provide you with a DL link. The files aren't permanent, although they exist on the MegaUpload servers for a minimum of 30 days after the last DL (in short, as long as the files are DLed, it remains on the server).

U.S.-based services will only keep files on their server for a maximum of 7 days, based on the U.S. Digital Millenium Copyright Act on "fair use." Off-shore (from the U.S.) will allow files to reamin on servers for much longer. I believe MegaUpload is European, which is why it can stay longer on its servers, even if the source of the files are in the U.S. and even if most of the DL takes place in the U.S.

stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 01:11 pm (UTC)
Aw, thanks for thinking of me, but I am not too pleased with the download rate at MegaUpload. YSI is great if you have YSIget, but too often their servers crap out on large file uploads.

SendSpace is permanent, fast uploads and downloads. File Factory is another one I've had success with.
liz_marcs
Nov. 5th, 2005 01:24 pm (UTC)
Oooooo, me like SendSpace (FileFactory I haven't had a lot of success with).

I'll definitely give it a try for my next filesharing endeavors.

Thanks for the tip!
somecandytalkin
Nov. 5th, 2005 02:25 pm (UTC)
Fandom? Weird?


This fandom?*


:D

*smooches you*


*smooches the f-word, sometimes (alarmingly!) odd and often cranky though he be*

GREAT mix! Lovely, lovely work, Miss Stoney! Incredibly fabulous!

I'm putting on my downloading gloves riiiiight NOW!


Okay! I know all fandoms are weird.:)
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 02:39 pm (UTC)
Hooray! Tell me what you think when you listen. You are my other music buddy. *beams*

Fandom! You wrote it! Ha ha. Now if you can force me to use the term "muse" without irony, then we'll be even.
somecandytalkin
Nov. 5th, 2005 02:55 pm (UTC)
*beams and smiles back at ya*

Ha ha ha! I only wrote it in YOUR lj! I'll never write it in mine, NEV-AIR!!!

if you can force me to use the term "muse" without irony

Hey! I'm not Superhuman!
spuzz
Nov. 5th, 2005 10:54 am (UTC)
You are my hero for November.
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 11:14 am (UTC)
*marks that off my list of things to accomplish in life*

*be someone's hero

AWESOME! Hope you like! Eventually I'll get all of the other playlists up on permanent links... Takes a looooong time for those big files.
liz_marcs
Nov. 5th, 2005 12:46 pm (UTC)
Wonderful mix!

I'm not downloading because I actually have most of these songs in one form or another, but I just wanted to say (one CD mixer to another) that I knew this took a hell of a lot of work and I wanted to salute you for it. I especially liked that fact that you chose some unusual tracks to reveal your take on the character. The hardest thing in the planet is avoiding songs that seem to crop up on everything soundtrack, so kudos for the hard work.
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 01:13 pm (UTC)
Thanks! I have to say, I made this mix more difficult than all the others (which I got done in a day a piece - what's up with me lately? Sheesh.) because I was trying to think of a central theme. And the fact that Buffy was in every single episode, had something significant for character development in every episode so.... 7 Cds? 1 one for each ep? GAH.

Thanks, again!
bitchygrrl
Nov. 5th, 2005 01:23 pm (UTC)
Kanye, DCFC,FF, Tears for Fears, Justin, and Jennifer effin' Holiday. Damn girl, you're the bomb. *plots to kidnap you*
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 01:29 pm (UTC)
Dude, "Late Registration" OWNS me right now.

Jennifer Holliday. Man, that woman just belts like no other.

*turns off electric fence*
bitchygrrl
Nov. 5th, 2005 07:48 pm (UTC)
LR is the shit.And yes Miss Holliday is juat amazing.
*gets rope and gag*
*boards plane for TX*
*evil villian cackle*
Soon she will be mine.
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stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 01:30 pm (UTC)
Hooray! Lemme know what you think! (Or if there are problems...)
viciouswishes
Nov. 5th, 2005 04:28 pm (UTC)
Snagging. Thank you kindly.
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 05:36 pm (UTC)
No problem!
fireflykiwi
Nov. 5th, 2005 05:41 pm (UTC)
Ooh, wow. New music...You are da bomb.
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 05:45 pm (UTC)
*detonates*

:-D Enjoy!
neur0vanity
Nov. 5th, 2005 09:15 pm (UTC)
Confession
So I have this uber-needy complex about me where I avoid talking to people who get a considerable amount of attention because I'll just be another name on a list. It's a stupid, cliche insecurity that I'm sure is the premise for many of the archetypes on television, but -- you know -- whatev. That being said, I've been reluctant to post many comments on your LJ because I've been all emo!Neur0, "Boo hoo, Stoney's just going to see me as another anonymous person saying the same shit she's heard before, so I shouldn't even waste my time saying anything at all, and I'm going to curl up in my corner and listen to Simple Plan and The Early November." Yeah, okay, so I'm a stalker.

But this is one of those times when I'm not complacent [and I probably used that word incorrectly, but fuck it] to just sit here and think, "Oh, that was good." I really have to tell you that I adore this playlist. It's so rare that I meet someone with such a diverse taste in music. I'm frustrated with people giving me blank stares when I'll be playing fundamental punk Skrewdriver one minute and then a mix of Erykah Badu and Bob Marley the next. People act like it's wrong for someone to be enjoying both "From a Balance Beam" by Bright Eyes [or insert another indie song/band associated with pretentious coffeehouse brats] and "We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off" by Jermaine Stewart [or another vapid, one-hit-wonder from the '80s].

"OMFG LOLZ!!11eleventyone11!!!! Stoney listens to Sufjan Stevens, Kanye, Siouxsie, and Olivia Newton-John!!??!!"

We should swap music sometime. Just disregard the stalker thing.
stoney321
Nov. 5th, 2005 09:42 pm (UTC)
Re: Confession
Oh, but see people who chat on my LJ are people I CHAT with. It's not just me collecting comments, because what the hell is that about? I like the dialogue of LJ, so if you got something, nothing, everything to say, SAY IT. That's the fun for me.

ANd I'm so glad you like the mix! I like all kinds of music, but there is so much I don't know, so many small bands I haven't heard yet, so feel free to spam me with who to check out. I'm a total music whore.

Eryka! Badu is the shit, yo. *hometown pride*
neur0vanity
Nov. 5th, 2005 10:14 pm (UTC)
Re: Confession
Just yesterday, a friend of my husband, who is apparently an indie music guru record producer, turned me onto Smog. Since you have an appreciation for Sufjan, I think you might like them. Also in the indie-emo-folk-whatever genre is Terry Reid; his song "Seed of Memory" (which was featured in the movie "The Devil's Rejects") is one of the most fantastic and heartwrenching songs I've ever had the pleasure to hear. Download it immediately! Laura Veirs is wonderful, as is Rufus Wainwright and Ray LaMontagne (you'd never be able to tell that he's an older white guy, given his incredibly soulful voice). I'm sure you've already been referred to Bright Eyes (aka the new Bob Dylan). mewithoutYou is another band I adore; the band plays a unique cross of metal dissonance, punk, and emotive with some of the most amazing lyrics and vocals.

That's what I've been playing the most lately... plus Milli Vanilli's "Blame It on the Rain" and other '80s pop.

Saul Williams. You won't find much, if any, of his work available online or via P2P networks, but I highly recommend buying his album "Amethyst Rockstar." No matter what the cost, it's worth it -- absolutely one of the best pieces I have ever heard without a doubt. It could be said that he's a rapper, but he's so much more than that; he was actually considered to be, at one point, the best "slam" poet in the world -- imagine your favorite hiphop artist spitting lyrics that are a combination of gangsta rap, Thoreau, and Nietzsche... and I am not joking here. Whether the album costs $5, $13, or $20, you will not be disappointed. I would risk brutal anal rape just to talk to this man for five minutes. Absolute prodigy.
ex_dovil323
Nov. 6th, 2005 01:47 pm (UTC)
Holy crap! Can I have your brain? That you managed to come up with all of that is amazing. Amazing like, woah! And you with your generosity. Get in a jar so I can sit you on my desk.

*makes you a mangina out of coloured paper and glitter*
stoney321
Nov. 7th, 2005 06:53 am (UTC)
*OMG - tacks it on the fridge with a A++ on it!!*

Hooray! And I just put up the Faith mix - tell me if you have any problems with DLing.
smashsc
Nov. 6th, 2005 04:42 pm (UTC)
Downloading. Thanks so much. you rock.
stoney321
Nov. 7th, 2005 06:54 am (UTC)
No, YOU rock. And you are most welcome! (Just put up Faith in a new post, by the way.)
smashsc
Nov. 7th, 2005 06:57 am (UTC)
I will listen at some point - maybe this week even (omg, I dislike busyness) and let you know thoughts.

(I have Faith, from Stoney Wars.)

I need to make a new mix but I can't come up with an idea.
stoney321
Nov. 7th, 2005 07:02 am (UTC)
Dude, I am sofa king wee todd it. OF COURSE you have it.

Man, that seems so long ago... Spangel, Spander, Wesley, Fred all going up this week. Um... eventually. :-D
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stoney321
Nov. 7th, 2005 06:55 am (UTC)
Hooray! (And not to tax your PC, but I just put up the Faith Mix in a new post. It's not quite as large, although it is 229 MB.)

*smooch!*
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stoney321
Nov. 9th, 2005 06:24 am (UTC)
HOORAY!! It's a good rule of thumb to turn off other apps when dling a big file like that. I'm glad you got it!!

And I couldn't remember who all got the Faith Mix originally, so I'm glad!!

THANK YOU for telling me you got it to work, and hopefully you'll enjoy it.
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stoney321
Nov. 10th, 2005 09:55 am (UTC)
What did I tell you about that intro to the Robbie Williams song? Soooo beautiful. It sounds like he's singing quietly into your ear, and that you're both alone in a small room.

And the Nouvelle Vague song is one of many they have that's great. The whole album is like that. Late summer on a dock with a blanket wrapped around your shoulders while the music and wind and water move. I highly recommend that album for purchase. :-D

Hooray! I love hearing what people think about music. LOVE it.
lettered
Jun. 23rd, 2006 05:29 am (UTC)
I love this one, too. I don't know a lot of the songs, but the ones I do know, I'm always saying, "hey! Yeah!" And it's so fun to read. "Liza Minelli chain". HHAHAHAHAH!
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Are You Actually

Reading this? I'm just curious. Because that's really detail-oriented of you. Feel free to stop reading. But you can see that there's more here, so are you going to keep reading? Really? That's pretty dedicated. I'm impressed. No, really. I'm not being sarcastic, why do you get like that? See, this is the problem I have with your mother - yes. YES. I'm going there. It's time we put all of our cards on the table.

I love you, why are you doing this? After all we've been through? You don't have to be like this. You know, still reading. You could be baking a pie. And then sharing it with me.

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