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    Not many comps being touted lately in here.

    Here's one.

    All Over The Map

    Title/band

    1) 56- Goldenboy
    2) Miles Apart- Yellowcard
    3) Fit- Shadrack
    4) Dip Em- Eek A Mouse
    5) Little Toy Brain- Govít Mule
    6) You Donít Love Me- George Thorogood
    7) Beatbox- ZZ Top
    8) Change Your Mind- The Killers
    9) Pride- Seether
    10) Hangnail- Nickelback
    11) Cominí Around- Juliette and the Licks
    12) Whateverís Left- Snow Patrol
    13) So Alive- Ryan Adams
    14) Mojo Box- Southern Culture On The Skids
    15) Rider- Sonny Landreth
    16) Zigaboo- Spencer Dickenson
    17) Superpill- The Forty-Fives
    18) Someday- Plankeye
    19) Leave No Ashes- Burning Brides
    20) Please- Maxeen
    21) The Gates Of Dis- The Snake The Cross The Crown
    22) Bloodwork- Crazyfists
    23) Brightside- Thornley

    All over the map- a bit of reggae, touch of blues, squirt of emo, some hard rock, garage rock, punk, no rap, no sythesizers that I'm aware of, except for ZZ Top (!?!?!) and no Mystery Track.

    Lemme know if you hanker one.

    fp
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    Hey Finch - I'll take a chance

    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte
    All over the map- a bit of reggae, touch of blues, squirt of emo, some hard rock, garage rock, punk, no rap, no sythesizers that I'm aware of, except for ZZ Top (!?!?!) and no Mystery Track.

    Lemme know if you hanker one.

    fp
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    Okee dokely.

    fp

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    So Many Comps, So Little Time

    I owe comps to a few people, so until I can clear the backlog, I've stopped asking. The funny thing is, that they are sitting right here, almost ready to go. Some just need packaging and postage. Others need song lists. But somehow, I haven't been able to make the time to finish them up and send them out.

    I hope to get them out by Christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BarryL
    I owe comps to a few people, so until I can clear the backlog, I've stopped asking. The funny thing is, that they are sitting right here, almost ready to go. Some just need packaging and postage. Others need song lists. But somehow, I haven't been able to make the time to finish them up and send them out.

    I hope to get them out by Christmas.
    Christmas, eh? That would make you, like, Sandy Claws!

    I'd like one please, FP. You can just throw it in the envelope when you send me the other stuff we discussed. But you were probably gonna do that anyway, weren't ya?

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    Sandy Claws?

    Quote Originally Posted by ForeverAutumn
    Christmas, eh? That would make you, like, Sandy Claws!

    I'd like one please, FP. You can just throw it in the envelope when you send me the other stuff we discussed. But you were probably gonna do that anyway, weren't ya?
    I don't get it.

    You know why you can't starve to death in the desert? Because of all the sand which is there (say it aloud).

    But, yeah- I'm enclosing a compy of All Over The Map, along with the special edition of the Snow Patrol Mike is sending. Are you interested in seeing Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, by any chance? No, I don't have a copy of it, but something related.

    Went to the pist office to mail some stuff today- the line reminded me of those in Russia. Fock that. Maybe FedEx would like my $$ instead?

    Anyone want a copy of this bumper sticker I'm gonna have made?

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    No synthesizers? Pu!

    J/K...
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    Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow?

    I don't get it.

    Sounds like the title of an Asimov book.

    Sandy Claws is a reference to the movie The Nightmare Before Christmas...a family favourite. If you haven't seen it, go rent it. It's excellent. I don't know if you're into the whole stop motion animation thing, but even if you're not, the story is just dark enough that I think you'll appreciate it and the music, by Danny Elfman, is excellent.

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    I'd like one of those, if you please. Do you have my current addy in beautiful Batavia? I moved about a year ago, and I can't remember who I sent the new address to.

    I'll assume you're at the same place as before, unless you say otherwise. What sounds better to you...a salute to the 70s (very all-over-the-place) or an all-JAR comp (very Mason Boor-ish)?
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    Looking for clues...

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr MidFi
    I'd like one of those, if you please. Do you have my current addy in beautiful Batavia? I moved about a year ago, and I can't remember who I sent the new address to.

    I'll assume you're at the same place as before, unless you say otherwise. What sounds better to you...a salute to the 70s (very all-over-the-place) or an all-JAR comp (very Mason Boor-ish)?
    Could you post a couple of songs from each so I could get a better idea what you got going?

    As for your address, I'll have to look when I get home from work (in oh, about 1,634 hours) tonite.

    Thanks!

    elf pee

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    Hey FP...the 70s thing is a mish-mash of nostalgia, from Ram Jam's "Black Betty" to Big Star to Richard Thompson ("Shoot Out the Lights") to Steve Hackett to Dr. John to Neil Young ("Cortez the Killer"). All over the place.

    J.A.R. (Just Another Ripoff) is mostly indie stuff, plus older college-rock stuff like Galaxie 500 and The Sidewinders. Among the better tracks are "Young Livers" by Rocket from the Crypt, "Blimps Go 90" by Guided By Voices and "She's Moved On" by Porcupine Tree.

    There are dozens of other comps on my hard drive, of course. Anything in particular you hankering for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr MidFi
    Hey FP...the 70s thing is a mish-mash of nostalgia, from Ram Jam's "Black Betty" to Big Star to Richard Thompson ("Shoot Out the Lights") to Steve Hackett to Dr. John to Neil Young ("Cortez the Killer"). All over the place.

    J.A.R. (Just Another Ripoff) is mostly indie stuff, plus older college-rock stuff like Galaxie 500 and The Sidewinders. Among the better tracks are "Young Livers" by Rocket from the Crypt, "Blimps Go 90" by Guided By Voices and "She's Moved On" by Porcupine Tree.

    There are dozens of other comps on my hard drive, of course. Anything in particular you hankering for?
    I ripped off GBV's "Blimps" from Rae. hhehehe. :-) I'm all about the rip-off.

    -jar
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    at the swingin' party down the line..


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    Jar: That doesn't surprise me a bit, considering the bounty and variety of fabulous stuff you've sent me in the past! BTW, that Rocket From the Crypt song was rocking my world again this morning. Might be my new favorite NAME for a band, too.
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