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I'm Secretary of State, brought to you by Carl's Jr.


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I've actually spent a lot of time putting together this mix. These are the first 9 from the rules list.

Contains nine tracks from Tool, Bear in Heaven and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.

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The title must be a quote from a movie.
1. A song from the last record you bought.
2. A "blues" song. Does not have to be from a blues record, but a song that is labeled "_________ blues".
3. A song that will get you going in the morning.
4. A song from one of the earliest records that you can remember listening to.
5. A song discovered from a film.
6. A song about transportation (cars, trains, planes, etc).
7. A song from an artist/band that you don't normally like, with the exception of this one.
8. A song with a colour in the title.
9. A song with a number in the title.
10. A song that mentions a religious character/religion.
11. A song about a book (or books in general).
12. A funny song.
13. A cover song.
14. A song that you discovered through a mix tape given to you.
15. A song that reminds you of high school.
16. A song that is perfect for a quiet, rainy day.
17. A song with the word "Look" in the title.
18. Your favourite Beatles song.
19. A song by someone who is now deceased.
20. Any song.

The last CD I bought was from a show that I saw in Vancouver last May at the Biltmore featuring Bear in Heaven and Cymbals Eat Guitars, both from New York. The show was fantastic and I ended up getting 2 CDs from it from both bands. The other band interestingly enough I discovered on 8tracks. The next tune is a "blues" song or has the word "blues" in it from Bright Eyes called Land Locked Blues. Following that is a song that will definitely get me going in the morning from the Yeah Yeah Yeahs with a tune called Pin. The next tune is a tune from one of the earliest LPs I have in my collection. I remember borrowing the cassette from my neighbor, he was in high school at the time and I was about 9 or 10. The band was Black Sabbath. The next tune is after a song I discovered from the film Crank. It is short but an awesome tune from the Crowd called Trix are for Kids. Sixth song in the playlist is from an old high school/university style punk band from Chapel Hill, NC called Superchunk (about transportation). The seventh tune is from a band I'm not much into called Muse (a friend mentioned them to me from my work) but I really like a couple of songs. The next one is a fairly new tune with a colour in the title from a fairly new band called The Black Angels soon to go on tour with Black Mountain. Finally, a tune with a number in the title from one of my favourite bands, Tool and one of the best shows I have ever seen at GM Place in Vancouver.