Tags radiohead, napalm death, the misfits, moistboyz, sarah mclachlan
Genres punk, progressive metal, rock, punk rock, death metal (beta)
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Artists Buzzcocks, Misfits, Sarah McLachlan (beta)
April 16, 2011
Nine tracks including music by Bloodbath, Buzzcocks and Devin Townsend Project.
(Followed by @W_T_A_C_'s "Es ist Frühling, ihr Arschlöcher")
wow dude, thank you for the apology but you know one isn't necessary :) i appreciate you listening to my mixes whenever you can. thanks and glad you enjoyed!!
had a lot of fun with this mix, as usual! sorry I'm so behind on your mixes! I'll be back for more. :)
track one sounds like Metal Abba
@bruce_e_k: thanks so much for listening and for that critique regarding bloodbath to sarah... i really liked how that flowed too. thank you for reasserting that! also, are you familiar with the devin townsend track Hypergeek off of Synchestra? AWESOME track!! i have it on this mix in case you'd like to take a listen. it's probably toward the end though, sorry to say:
Bloodbath to Sarah McLachlan was done so smoothly. Wow.
Nothing but good will come from something kicking off with Heavy Devy!
and just keeps on rocking. Love me some Bloodbath!
Goooooood fucking start.
Girls, Girls, Girls IV (rock/oldies/blues)13 by aunt13
Part 4 of Ode to Women series - (from letters J, K, and O in my music collection) - mixes with track titles named after (and for) girls.
oldies, rock, blues, jazz, girls
Girls, Girls, Girls III (hip-hop/punk/indie)13 by aunt13
“They called her mouth rose
put love, put love,
called her mouth rose
put love above all else.
hip-hop, indie, oldies, punk, girls
Girls, Girls, Girls II (electronic/punk/indie)13 by aunt13
~Part 2 of Ode to Women series (from letters A, B, and D in my music collection) - mixes with track titles named after (and for) girls
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electronic, post-punk, punk, indie, girls
Girls, Girls, Girls (punk/indie/rock)13 by aunt13
Inspired by @bluucat's mix "songs with girl names" http://8tracks.
indie, punk, rock, oldies, girls