Thursday, January 12, 2006

Don't Want No One to Follow Me [Except Maybe You]

Alrighty. So, in an effort to have at least one interesting post today, I am putting up the contents of my newest Mix CD, so you can see what I've got in my head today. Those that are in posession of a Mix CD of mine will notice I often repeat songs on them, because I put them together according to my mood. I also title my CD's so laugh if you like at the title. I don't care...Meh...

Without Further Ado [and with much unneeded fanfare, most likely undeserved]

How Do You Like Your Music?
Scrambled - Soft

1. Untouchable Face, Ani DiFranco
2. Somewhere Only We Know, Keane
3. Feeling Love, Paula Cole
4. Dance, Jimiraqaui
5. Man Who Sold the World, Nirvana
6. Layla (slow) Eric Clapton
7. I Need You Tonight, INXS [Thanks, LB]
8. Making Me High, Toni Braxton
9. Barely Breathing, Duncan Sheik
10. Freshman, The Verve
11. Iris, Goo Goo Dolls
12. Brick, Ben Folds Five
13. I Died In Your Arms Tonight, Cutting Crew
14. Criminal, Fiona Apple
15. Sonny Came Home, Shawn Colvin
16. Bitersweet Symphony, The Verve
17. Champagne Supernova, Oasis
18. Sadness Part 1, Enigma
19. Losing My Religion, REM

There, now. I know at least one of you is clutching your ears crying [or at least, I expect he is...]

What do the rest of you think?


Mark said...

i try not to repeat the same artist on any Mix CD and make the last song a bit fat epic or a lowly time-for-bed album-closing-track type number.

hth, mx

LB said...

Mark is quite correct.

No compliation should have more than one track by the same artist and the last song is always a giant slow melancholy number. "The Wild Ones" by Suede is a *great* last track on a compilation cd, for example.

sunshine said...

Freebird is a great last track too or Stairway to Heaven.