JCC Song Shuffle

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  1. DarthTunick SfC Part IV Commissioner

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    Part V: The Shuffle Strikes Back

    1) Heart of Glass: Blondie/Armen's XIIth CD
    2) Around The World: The Game (featuring Jamie Foxx)/Doctor's Advocate
    3) Off That: Jay-Z (featuring Drake)/The Blueprint 3
    4) The Droid Invasion: John Williams & London Symphony Orchestra/Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (Ultimate Edition)
    5) The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase (Medley): The Simpsons/Go Simpsonic With The Simpsons
    6) Over The Hills And Far Away: Led Zeppelin/The Mothership (Disc 2)
    7) Trust?: Limp Bizkit/Significant Other
    8) Blue Tip (Demo): The Cars/Move Like This
    9) A Hard Day's Night: The Beatles/1
    10) JCC 101: tom/JC
  2. anakinfansince1983 Nightsister of Four Realms

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    Part 3:

    You Got What I Need--Joshua Radin
    Snow (Hey Oh)--Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Beautiful Day--U2
    Reminder--Mumford & Sons
    One Toy Soldier--Enya
    Something Good This Way Comes--Jakob Dylan
    What's My Age Again?--Blink 182
    Look After You--The Fray
    Something Beautiful--Needtobreathe
    Little Talks--Of Monsters and Men
  3. DarthTunick SfC Part IV Commissioner

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    Part VI:

    1) Just Playing (Dreams): The Notorious B.I.G./Ready to Die: The Remaster
    2) **** Tony Montana: La Coka Nosta (featuring Sick Jacken & B-Real)/A Brand You Can Trust
    3) Useless (Remix): Pac Div/The Div (Deluxe Version)
    4) Why You Hate The Game: The Game/Doctor's Advocate
    5) What I Got: Sublime/FrostWire Mix #2
    6) Street Fighting Man: The Rolling Stones/Forty Licks (Disc 1)
    7) Jurassic Park main theme: John Williams/The 7th CD
    8) Shut Em Down: Public Enemy/Apocalypse '91... The Enemy Strikes Back
    9) The Song Remains The Same: Led Zeppelin/Mothership (disc 2)
    10) "Krusty The Clown" Main Title: The Simpsons/Go Simpsonic With The Simpsons
  4. harpua Chosen One

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    Gimme Some Salt - Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
    The Sparrow Looks Up at the Machine - Flaming Lips
    A Fool for You - Ray Charles
    Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad - Grateful Dead
    Wake and Bake - Asylum Street Spankers
    Empty House - Air
    A Whisper - Coldplay
    Videotape - Radiohead
    Light - Phish
    Struggling Man - Jerry Garcia Band
  5. Todd the Jedi Mod and Soliloquist of SWTV

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    Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky- Waltz of the Flowers
    Everclear- One Hit Wonder
    Donna Summer- Bad Girls
    The Fray- How to Save a Life
    Bob Marley- Redemption Song
    The Animals- A Girl Named Sandoz
    Usher- Yeah!
    Dave Mathews Band- The Stone
    Joe Cocker- Feelin' Alright
    Elmer Bernstein- Main Themes (From the Magnificent Seven)
  6. AAAAAH Jedi Knight

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    puter part II:

    led zep - tea for one
    the residents - (the great seal) for lucinda
    olivier messiaen - il vous aime, celui qui vous accorde tant de bienfaits! (from Saint Francois D'Assise)
    rued langgaard - red hurtig (from symphony no. 13)
    grateful dead - looks like rain (5/20/73)
    gang of four - he'd send in the army
    miles davis - go-go (theme and announcement)
    bob dylan - down in the flood
    mono - gone
    zs - for zs (excerpt, live at paula cooper gallery)
  7. AAAAAH Jedi Knight

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    puter part III:

    rush - new world man
    sunn o))) - vlad tepes
    genesis - burning rope (live)
    makigami koichi - doipapa
    public image - the body
    yatha sidra - meditation mass part iv
    husker du - out on a limb
    john zorn - g2-l4 (archery)
    the conet project - german man (g19)
    birchville cat motel - orphan lodge goblins
  8. Allana_Rey Jedi Master

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    1.) Bills, Bills, Bills (Glee Cast Version)
    2.) Firework (Katy Perry)
    3.) Push It (Glee Cast Version)
    4.) Blow (Ke$ha)
    5.) Just The Way You Are (Glee Cast Version)
    6.) Lay It On Me (Kelly Rowland)
    7.) I Wanna Go (Britney Spears)
    8.) Danza Kuduro (Don Omar)
    9.) Dirty Dancer (Enrique Inglesias)
    10.) Baby Got Back (Sir Mix A Lot)
  9. AaylaSecurOWNED Jedi Master

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    Overtime - Girl Talk
    Holy Ground - Taylor Swift
    If You Love Somebody Set Them Free - Sting
    Misa de Angelis, Agnus (Gregorian Chant) (totally forgot I had Gregorian chants)
    Memphis Skyline - Rufus Wainwright
    Professional Widow - Tori Amos
    Say You'll Be There - Spice Girls
    Wow - Kylie Minogue
    Greased Lightnin' - Grease (Broadway Cast)
    Say My Name - Destiny's Child

    (there was a Sarah McLachlan song in there too, but I skipped it because it was so embarrassing and I'd much rather have Destiny's Child on my list)
  10. Healer_Leona Squirrely Community Mod

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    The Thin Ice- Pink Floyd
    Vehicle - Ides of March
    Glad - Glasser
    Summertime - Will Smith
    Cold and Ugly - Tool
    Weird Fishes/Arpeggi - Radiohead
    Hynotized - Fleetwood Mac
    You Head is on Fire - Broken Bells
    Interlude - Muse
    I Am Selling Soul - Cee Lo Green
  11. poor yorick Ex-Mod

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    Asturias/Main Titles - Javier Navarrete
    Jerusalem: Dixit Dominus - 4. De Torrente In Via Bibet - Joseph Jennings: Chanticleer, Chanticleer Sinfonia
    Keep the Candle Burning - Point of Grace
    Open Arms - Journey
    Heat of the Moment - Asia
    Kate's Motel - Michael Giacchino
    Anakin vs. Obi-Wan - John Williams
    Twin Peaks Theme (Instrumental) - Angelo Badalamenti
    Los Moros (The Moors) - Johannes Linstead
    Blackbird - The Beatles
  12. AAAAAH Jedi Knight

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    puter part iv:

    r.e.m. - losing my religion (live)
    john zorn - ghost of a guilty conscience
    sonic youth - les anges au piano
    graveland - the eyes of balor
    the strokes - the modern age (version 1 demo)
    shipping news - actual blood
    the residents - nobody laughs when they leave
    mark de gli antoni - they wave
    the jesus and mary chain - never understood
    john lennon and yoko ono - you're the one
    Last edited by AAAAAH, Jan 27, 2013
  13. AAAAAH Jedi Knight

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    puter part v:

    prince - everybody loves me
    the beatles - yellow submarine
    the velvet underground - foggy notion
    jade warrior - songs of the forest
    merzbow - contrapuntti indian
    john coltrane - joy (remixed by alice coltrane)
    grateful dead - jack straw (5/26/72)
    gyan riley - 4 etudes
    joy division - decades
    cocteau twins - amelia
  14. Todd the Jedi Mod and Soliloquist of SWTV

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    John Williams- Departing Coruscant
    Dave Matthews Band- Squirm
    Richard Wagner- Ride of the Valkyries
    Boston- Smokin'
    Theme From Luigi's Mansion
    The Guess Who- No Time
    Blue Öyster Cult- Godzilla
    Bob Seger- Against the Wind
    A. R. Rahman- Mausam and Escape
    Metallica and Ozzy Osbourne- Iron Man and Paranoid
  15. AAAAAH Jedi Knight

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    puter part vi:

    lars horntveth - pooka
    grateful dead - franklin's tower (6/9/77)
    mastodon - this mortal soil
    pain pen - leinileansveros
    mushroom - unless the people of the present day correctly understand the musical convulsion of the 1970s
    the flaming lips - lucifer rising
    cocteau twins - violaine
    the melvins - road bull
    brilliant swords - set the world alight together
    jarboe - forever
  16. AAAAAH Jedi Knight

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    puter part vii:

    yo la tengo - dr. crash
    rachel's - where have all my files gone?
    sleater-kinney - the swimmer
    deerhoof - apple bomb
    flaming lips - alan's theremin
    grateful dead - big railroad blues (4/26/72)
    ludwig van beethoven - symphony no. 6, mvt. v
    joseph haydn - symphony no. 43, mvt. ii
    valet - dealer vs. ocean
    pearl jam - (red dot song)
  17. Rogue1-and-a-half Manager Emeritus who is writing his masterpiece

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    Time for me to actually participate here.

    The list in brief, for those who want to skim.

    Shackles – Mary Mary
    Carlotta’s Portrait – Bernard Hermann
    Now Could I Drink Hot Blood – Patrick Doyle
    Standin’ on the Corner – Louis Armstrong
    Momma Don’t Allow – Julia Lee
    Mood – Miles Davis
    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) – The Beatles
    Lay Down Sally – Eric Clapton
    Couldn’t We Stand – 4HIM
    The Man Who Wrote Home Sweet Home – Charlie Poole

    My comments on the list

    Shackles – Mary Mary

    A sort of R&B/gospel smash-up duo. The girls aren’t always great, but they have a way around a hook and, of course, they rock the bass. I think I've got a total of two songs of theirs on this playlist.

    Carlotta’s Portrait – Bernard Hermann

    Hermann’s Vertigo score is my second or third favorite score. Number one has always been, is now and probably always will be The Mission; after that, things get dicey. But it’s certainly my favorite Hermann; haunted, aching, painful, melancholy, lush . . . gorgeous. He never did better.

    Now Could I Drink Hot Blood – Patrick Doyle

    I think Doyle’s score for Branagh’s epic, four-hour film version of Hamlet is one of the great overlooked scores of the nineties. Of course, the film itself is one of the great overlooked films of all time, the definitive Hamlet, but who cares, right? Doyle just creates a great soundscape, with some really gorgeous themes.

    Standin’ on the Corner – Louis Armstrong

    It’s Louis Armstrong. Needs no defense. This isn’t one of his most famous, but on his worst day, the man was awesome.

    Momma Don’t Allow – Julia Lee

    I got introduced to Julia Lee, and this song in particular, via Bob Dylan’s Theme Time Radio Hour. It’s a nice sort of swing band feel with Lee as the singer in front of the cookin’ band. Also recommended, her definitive Christmas Blues. As Dylan said, “A lot of innuendo makin’ her very popular in Kansas City.” And in my playlist.

    Mood – Miles Davis

    This is off E.S.P., a Miles Davis album that isn’t considered one of his masterpieces or anything. It’s mostly got a sort of bebop tone to it (if I even know what the heck bebop is), but this track, which closes the album is a keeper. It’s minimalistic, breathy and incredibly quiet. It’s gorgeous and doesn’t sound like anything else on the album. I think it’s the only track off the album I’ve got on my playlist. Mostly, stick to Miles’ classics; but this song is a keeper.

    Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise) – The Beatles

    I’m a dedicated skeptic when it comes to Sgt. Pepper, which is one of my least favorite Beatles albums. But there’s some genius here. I’m no fan, frankly, of the opening version of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band but this reprise is close to being my favorite track on the album (A Day in the Life would be my favorite, of course). It’s incredibly short, incredibly energetic and Ringo is frigging killing it on the drums.

    Lay Down Sally – Eric Clapton

    It’s not the best song on Slowhand. It’s probably not one of the five best songs on Slowhand. But I’m damned if there’s a genuinely bad song on Slowhand. If there is, it’s not this country-tinged romp.

    Couldn’t We Stand – 4HIM

    Pop-gospel group. Despite the name, they aren’t a boy band, though they do have some nice harmonies.

    The Man Who Wrote Home Sweet Home – Charlie Poole

    One of those good old-fashioned, whining country ravers. Introduced to this one on Theme Time Radio Hour too. It’s essentially a high-pitched, completely strange screed against marriage. The Man Who Wrote Home Sweet Home, he never was a married man, don’t you know? It’s kind of unlike anything I’ve ever heard before or since, plus people getting hit in the face with frying pans.
  18. EHT New Films Manager

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    Part 8:

    Red House - Jimi Hendrix Experience
    My Wave - Soundgarden
    Polythene Pam - The Beatles
    Ain't No Telling - Jimi Hendrix Experience
    Proud Mary - Creedence Clearwater Revival
    Glamorous - The Jesus Lizard
    Then Comes Dudley - The Jesus Lizard
    Overrated - Helmet
    Grind - Alice In Chains
    Cousin Mary - John Coltrane
  19. EHT New Films Manager

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    Part 9:

    She's Leaving Home - The Beatles
    Estranged - Guns N' Roses
    My Name Is Jonas - Weezer
    Five To One - The Doors
    Sad But True - Metallica
    Communication Breakdown - Led Zeppelin
    Girls Got Rhythm - AC/DC
    Mistletoe - The Jesus Lizard
    Panasonic Youth - The Dillinger Escape Plan
    Weenie Beenie - Foo Fighters
  20. Everton Force Ghost

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    The Word - The Beatles
    Grasshopper Warbler - Bird Sounds (actually a bird sound)
    Radagast the Brown - AUJ Soundtrack
    The End of the World - Skeeter Davis
    Don't Pass Me By - The Beatles
    I'm A Believer - The Monkees
    Songs of Love - The Divine Comedy
    Circle of Life - The Lion King Show
    Maxine - Travelling Wilburys
    I Found A Boy - Adele
  21. EHT New Films Manager

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    Part 10:

    Taxman - The Beatles
    Binge And Purge - Clutch
    Endless Endings - The Dillinger Escape Plan
    Don't Let Me Down - The Beatles
    Achilles' Last Stand - Led Zeppelin
    Deserted Cities Of The Heart - Cream
    Baba O'Riley - The Who
    Some Kind Of Monster (Edit) - Metallica
    Crystal Skull - Mastodon
    Lukin - Pearl Jam
  22. Kweh-chan Jedi Master

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    1.) ntoomuch - One of my Nute Gunray voice clips
    2.) Imperial Attack - John Williams, ANH soundtrack
    3.) Il Colosso - Pinocchio soundtrack
    4.) Burning Homestead - John Williams, ANH soundtrack
    5.) Luke's Nocturnal Visitor - John Williams, ESB soundtrack (dadgummit! I DO have more than just Star Wars on my iPod)
    6.) The Promised Land - Final Fantasy Pray
    7.) Shutting Down Grace's Lab - Avatar soundtrack
    8.) Romania's national anthem
    9.) To Zanarkand - Dissidia: Final Fantasy soundtrack
    10.) Arrival on Dagobah - John Willams, ESB soundtrack
  23. Rogue1-and-a-half Manager Emeritus who is writing his masterpiece

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    Five out of ten are Star Wars related. I forgive you, since you have the Pinocchio soundtrack, which is awesome.

    I Want to Be More Like Jesus – Keith Green
    Let Me Down Slow – The Rolling Stones
    Say the Words – DC Talk
    The Lament for the Viscount of Dundee/D. MacPhails Reel – Tony McManus
    I’m Coming Out – Dorinda Clark-Cole
    Ancodia – 808 State
    Of the Earth – Hans Zimmer
    Sunday Morning Coming Down – Johnny Cash
    Heroin – The Velvet Underground & Nico
    Finale – Leonard Bernstein

    I Want to Be More Like Jesus – Keith Green

    Green, before his untimely death in 1982, was, along with Larry Norman, one of the guys who proved that early Christian music was worthwhile. No one could sell a hot piano lick like him; or snarl a protest lyric either. He was fantastic at tweaking “religious” people with his vision of true Christlikeness and his music retains that freshness today. This one’s a little more . . . well, a little less cutting than most of his music, but it’s still good.

    Let Me Down Slow – The Rolling Stones

    I don’t care what you heard; A Bigger Bang was a massively great return to form. It’s easily the best Stones record since . . . God, the late seventies (not counting compilations, of course). It’s got the snarling rockers, the tender ballads, the thumping disco, the grinding blues. It’s not just a great album in comparison to their work of the eighties and nineties; it’s a frigging great album on its own merits; if this album was released by some band you’d never heard of, you’d be blown away by it. This album would make The Rolling Stones huge even if they weren’t already the Rolling Stones. This sweet little tale of a relationship on the verge of ending is a classic; probably eighty percent of the songs on the album are classics.

    Say the Words – DC Talk

    I may lose street cred, but DC Talk was awesome back in the day. Their debut, Free at Last, Jesus Freak; I mean, I don’t care whether you’re a Christian or not, that’s some great music. This one’s off Free at Last, probably their best album.

    The Lament for the Viscount of Dundee/D. MacPhail’s Reel – Tony McManus

    McManus has really got to be the best acoustic guitarist currently working in the Irish tradition. Ceol More is his best album; it’s entirely instrumental and most of the tracks are old Irish folk songs, given a hopped up, joyous treatment. He branches out a bit; the album also features a wonderful acoustic version of Mingus’ Goodbye Pork Pie Hat and a wonderful hymn from the Jewish tradition. But, man, this is great stuff. And his fingerwork’ll put your jaw on the floor. On the FLOOR.

    I’m Coming Out – Dorinda Clark-Cole

    Now this is modern gospel at its best. This roughhouse, stompin’, high-voltage number isn’t about coming out of the closet or anything; it’s about comin’ out of your trials and tribulations with your HANDS UP I SAID GET YOUR HANDS IN THE AIR AND TELL THE DEVIL THAT YOU ARE COMIN’OUTWITHYOURHANDSUPANDIWANTYOUTOSHOUT AT YOUR NEIGH BOR THAT YOU ARE COMING OUT OF YOUR PAAAAAAAAYYYYAYYYYYAYYYYYAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIN AND YOU well this goes on for about six minutes. I’ve got a video version that goes for about twelve, but you edit these things down for the CD apparently. Yes, it’s live; yes, there’s a choir; yes, there’s a full funk band; yes, they’re raisin’ the roof.

    Ancodia – 808 State

    Tell me I’m not the only guy who still listens to this seminal electronic group. I think this song was out in . . . 1989 or 90, so, yeah, it sounds dated. But beats like this, I don’t care how dated they sound. Straight up block-rockin’.

    Of the Earth – Hans Zimmer

    I think Black Hawk Down is one of Zimmer’s absolute best scores. I put it maybe behind Gladiator and maybe behind Prince of Egypt (shut up, that Burning Bush cue is breathtaking). This isn’t one of the really avant-garde pieces on the soundtrack; it’s pretty ambient, but it’s got a great mood to it.

    Sunday Morning Coming Down – Johnny Cash

    I’ve got the version by Kristofferson on here too and I think I might prefer that one. But Cash’s version is no slouch (is Cash’s version of anything ever a slouch?). It just perfectly captures the melancholy, listlessness of a lonely, quiet Sunday morning after a rough and tumble Saturday night. Kristofferson’s lyric is fabulous and Cash sells it, as he sold every lyric he ever sang.

    Heroin – The Velvet Underground & Nico

    You think this song needs a defense? **** you. Has any song ever used a string section so well? Has any song ever used dissonance so well? Has any song ever captured the twitchy drug experience so well? The answer to all those questions is no.

    Finale – Leonard Bernstein

    Okay, yes, West Side Story is probably my second favorite musical of all time. And the soundtrack is a frigging killer too. This climactic bit of the film is, of course, devastating. Even on record, it chokes me up every time.
  24. EHT New Films Manager

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    Part 11 (or, I can't stop):

    50,000 Unstoppable Watts - Clutch
    Just Another Victim - Helmet w/ House Of Pain
    Can You See Me - Jimi Hendrix Experience
    If You Have To Ask - Red Hot Chili Peppers
    Impressionable - Helmet
    The God That Failed - Metallica
    Baby, You're A Rich Man - The Beatles
    Cantina Band 2 - John Williams / SW ANH Soundtrack
    Glass Onion - The Beatles
    This Little Pig - Living Colour
  25. harpua Chosen One

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    Arabia - Jerry Garcia & David Grisman
    Everything Means Nothing to Me - Elliott Smith
    Blusy Little Tune - Asylum Street Spankers
    Santo - Pixies
    I Need You - The Beatles
    Funky Bitch - Phish
    Weird Divide - The Shins
    Charlie's Enormous Mouth - Frank Zappa
    The Funeral - Band of Horses
    Avenu Malcanu - Phish