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So, jadelennox made a joke about putting a mix on cassingle, and it got me thinking. So we decided on some ground rules (5 minutes/side, must be released as an individual track, no more than 50% Fingertips) and here we are.

Nice Glass
Side 1
Side 2
Zip file with individual tracks and cover

Track Listing:

Side 1
1. "Destroy the Past" by They Might Be Giants
2. "Untitled" by Bratmobile
3. "Party Tonite!" by Maow
4. "Rah! Rah! Replica" by Bikini Kill
5. "Me & My Vampire Friends" by Bunnygrunt
6. "A New World" by Boston
7. "The Mustard" by Buffy the Vampire Slayer Cast
Side 2
8. "Middle Zealand" by Mark Mothersbaugh
9. "Proverb – Chickpea Flour" by The Lyre Ensemble
10. "Piragua (Reprise)" by Eliseo Roman
11. "Two Veils To Hide My Face" by Passion Pit
12. "The Grand Vizier's Garden Party (Exit)" by Pink Floyd
13. "Doublemint (Both)" by Rufus Wainright
14. "There's a Doctor" by The Who
15. "Happy Note" by King Missile

Some notes on source types:
"The Mustard", "Piragua", and "There's a Doctor" are all from musicals (Once More with Feeling, In The Heights, and Tommy). "Middle Zealand" is from the Lego Movie soundtrack.

Girl punk bands apparently like short songs, to judge by tracks 2-5.

"Doublemint" is from a Funny or Die sketch. There's a whole EP of Rufus doing 1980's gum jingles.

"Proverb - Chickpea Flour" is from an album of settings of Mesopotamian texts in translation and in the original language. The proverb can be found in The Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature.

Date: 2017-04-30 03:09 am (UTC)
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I am torn between two responses:

1. What!? No Beatles!!

2. Bravo!

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