February 25th, 2004

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Sitting at Lancaster station. Interview was ok - not brilliant - but we shall see!

10 MP3 Tracks - from just under 3000.

This is "what's on my laptop" rather than "everything I have".
  1. Lovefool - The Cardigans - Romeo + Juliet Soundtrack

  2. Clubbed To Death (Kurayamino Mix) - Rob D - Matrix Soundtrack

  3. Deep Forest - Sweet Lullaby - Pure Moods

  4. Impera - Era - Era

  5. Familus Horribilus - Pop Will Eat Itself - RSVP

  6. Lights Go Out - New Model Army - Abandoned Trax

  7. Little Things - Lamb

  8. Halo - Depeche Mode - Violator

  9. Three Thoughts (Devils Sect) - Einstürzende Neubauten - Strategies Against Architecture III (1 of 2)

  10. Itsuka Mata (Until Next Time) - Kodo - Warabe
Lovefool - The Cardigans - Romeo + Juliet Soundtrack
Bought as much as a sampler of guitar rock of the time as any special liking for the film.

Clubbed To Death (Kurayamino Mix) - Rob D - Matrix Soundtrack
Definitely the best track on the album.

Deep Forest - Sweet Lullaby - Pure Moods
I have a little Deep Forest. Not a espeically preferred genre - but I have a little ambient music like this, and the obligatory Orb.

Impera - Era - Era
An album of a particular time. Memories, and associations with a number of individuals.

Familus Horribilus - Pop Will Eat Itself - RSVP
I prefer the harder, later Poppies stuff to the earlier work. I'm not the worlds biggest fan but if I'm feeling bouncy it's perfect. Reminds me of the time I was ents-ing at university and they played.

Lights Go Out - New Model Army - Abandoned Trax
Ah - NMA. Nice to see something in the list.

Little Things - Lamb
One of the odd Lamb tracks I collected after seeing them "unplugged" supporting Moby. I should have gone to see them the other week.

Halo - Depeche Mode - Violator
I like to leave DM songs to "mature" for a couple of years before I listen to them.

Three Thoughts (Devils Sect) - Einstürzende Neubauten - Strategies Against Architecture III (1 of 2)
Erm, something in german and produced with bits of plastic pipe? I like EN - a lot of it isn't "tuneful" per se - but it explores what music is all about. And is guaranteed to clear the dance floor.

Itsuka Mata (Until Next Time) - Kodo - Warabe
I like Kodo. Not good driving music though. To quote boglin - "Is that noise coming from the CD player or has the exhaust come loose?"