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The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby VT_Hokie » Sun 13 Feb, 2011 2:37 pm

this thread seems like a good place to post this.. I frequent this really cool site which charts music online and just started fooling with the personal playlist feature. it's a work in progress...

http://wearehunted.com/by/pjones/

( no reviews necessary :D )
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby Leisure Pirate » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 6:03 am

Can we bring this back? My ears need some new music. Not necessarily new as in recent, just new to me.
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby StopWhinging » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 6:31 am

Leisure Pirate wrote:Can we bring this back? My ears need some new music. Not necessarily new as in recent, just new to me.

I support this :D
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby Nill Demand » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 6:40 am

I'd be up for another.
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby DH » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 7:37 am

Just do it then. NO SCHEDULE. Post one whenever you want
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby DH » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 7:37 am

Unless you were thinking of the other Playlist of the Week thread or something
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby Nill Demand » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 7:40 am

Dam Helder wrote:Unless you were thinking of the other Playlist of the Week thread or something

Oh, that's what I was thinking of. As you were.
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby DH » Fri 09 Mar, 2012 7:42 am

Just have one whenever you want
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby jppp » Sat 17 Mar, 2012 2:43 pm

If anyone can be bothered. This thread seriously needs to be resurrected.

The Veils - Jesus for the Jugular
Only heard this for the first time the other day and absolutely love it already. Reminds me of Nick Cave, which can only be a good thing.

Jamie T - St. Christopher
I think this is just a lovely song. Hadn't heard it in a long time until recently, it's lovely I think anyway.

Mark Lanegan - Ode to Sad Disco
Lanners can be hit and miss with people, but I think this is alright, yeah.

††† - Prurient
Love Chino's voice and it's totally different to his Deftones stuff which can be a little too screamy at times, he's got too good a voice to waste it shouting and glad he does a bitta singing every now and again.

Arctic Monkeys - Bigger Boys and Stolen Sweethearts
Reminds me of school and college life to a lesser extent. The lines "I know you thought she were different and you thought she were nice, but she's not nice she's pretty fucking far from nice. She's looking at ya funny rarely looking at ya twice" still crack me up, top tune lad.
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby Jezoc » Sun 18 Mar, 2012 12:39 am

As a rare visitor I've never noticed this thread before, but it seems agreeable. I know my tastes will be different to the majority, but I'll give them a go. I might have a listen to the old lists too, but on the recent one...

Johnny

The Veils - Not listened to these before. But it wasn't unpleasant. 5/10
Jamie T - Not getting that at all, nope. 3/10
Mark Lanegan - Yeah, that's got a fairly nice vibe. Best one in this batch, easily. 6/10
††† - New to me again. Sorry, not getting that either. Good vocals wasted on average backing. 4/10
Artic Monkeys - never got the appeal of these. This hasn't changed my opinion. God I feel old! 3/10


Overall 21/50


(Hmm, that was fairly negative - sorry Johnny, just not my thing. Someone else review it and give more positive comments!)
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby Scotland Rocks! » Wed 28 Mar, 2012 5:51 pm

This thread is awesome and I'm bummed I just now found it. But then, it'll be great to mine it for listening!

MY PLAYLIST
1. Salmon by Bill Cole Collision. These are two of my guitar students, and their friend on drums. They're all 16, and I'm very proud of them. It's very well produced, though they are going for that lo-fi "Built To Spill" sound. Anyway, I'm pleased to share it with you and look forward to honest feedback.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfqKJHOrdlk

2. Gbeti Madjro by Orchestra Poly Rythmo de Contonou Dahomey. Great 70s Afro-beat that's so cool you won't even mind that it's in mono - all coming out the right channel. This music makes every part of me happy.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aX21YIMBbPI

3. Amber Waves by Tori Amos. A complete departure from the previous stuff. From her 2002 Scarlet's Walk album. Guys: you'll like it. It's about a porn star.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYY7mLUUY-4

4. Choctaw Bingo by James McMurtry. You can just hear the sneer in this song. James McMurtry is the son of Larry McMurtry, author of, among other things, "Brokeback Mountain." But this song is NOT about gay cowboys. Not even CLOSE.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TSaqMyPwBM

5. Turn Of The Century by Yes. It's all orchestral and flowy and just very Yes-y. That's why I love it. Don't open yourself to it if you like being morbid. The acoustic part in the last minute was what I played when my wife walked down the aisle at our wedding.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9vfHFhod3k
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby Jezoc » Wed 28 Mar, 2012 11:32 pm

Scotland Rocks!

Bill Cole Collision - Not too bad at all. Not my thing, but quite pleasant. 6/10
Orchestra Poly Rythmo de Contonou Dahomey - I like some of that guitar work, but in general not moving me. 4/10
Tori Amos - From first 40 secs I thought I'd like this a lot... but it went downhill a bit after that. 6/10
James McMurtry - I just wanted it to go somewhere, it seemed too kinda "level". 5/10
Yes - Now that's better. Reminds me of listening to my elder brother's LPs (and as a goth, I do "morbid" but still like this). 8/10


Overall 29/50


(As this and my last review shows - I don't really do reviews!)
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Re: The Big Pilkipedia Daily Playlist Thread

Postby Jezoc » Wed 28 Mar, 2012 11:59 pm

I may as well do a playlist of my own.

MY PLAYLIST

1. Brendan Perry - Wintersun. With Dead Can Dance reforming for a World Tour, I've been listening to a lot of old DCD/Perry/Gerrard stuff (though this isn't really all that old).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NTs2g0hVt8

2. Jordan Reyne - The Machines Of B. From her "Passengers" album, which was until recently available as a free download and is, quite simply, stunning. Every track is brilliant.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apJmtBueYN0

3. Our Ceasing Voice - The Inevitable Fall. Because there's always time for post-rock. Even if you have to have a lot of time to listen to the whole track.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DQgIt4QTnwk

4. O.Children - Ruins. First heard this on a goth podcast. Tried their other material but it hasn't impressed me (not goth enough I guess) - this though is a masterpiece.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmcHPk8_1N8

5. Fields Of The Nephilim - Penetration. Their live "Ceromonies" package and the upcoming Eden House LP will probably be the only albums I buy this year. I had to include an out-and-out goth track, and what better than my favourite band (and I'm in that crowd somewhere).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QqRgSlvKMps
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