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Funkodrom
10-06-2004, 14:37:08
Listen Without Prejudice History


LWP1
Funkodrom and Scabrous Birdseed


Part 1 (chosen by Funko)

Between the Hammer and the Anvil - Judas Priest
Star Wars Jr - Super$hit 666
Tru Playaz Anthem - The Ganja Kru
On Production - Dr Octagon
CK Killer - Amen
Transantlantic Foe - At the Drive-In
Droge CX9 - Vampyros Lesbos
Black Hole Sun - Moog Cookbook
Butterfly - Talvin Singh
Green Machine - Kyuss
Hole in a Bucket - Spearhead
Feed a Cat to your Cobra - The Icarus Line
Sonic Shake - Silver Ginger 5
Island - The Mad Capsule Markets
Ain't Going Out Like That - Cypress Hill
We Who Are Not As Others - Sepultura
Rock Cliche - Sonic Undermind

Part 2 (chosen by Scabby)

Chi Chi Man - TOK
I Wanna Be Loved - Johnny Thunders and The Heartbreakers
Day Tripper - Otis Redding
Can I Buy You - A Camp
Jorge Regula - The Moldy Peaches
Ring My Bell - Union Carbide Productions
54-46 That's My Number - The Maytals
Accelerator - Primal Scream
I'm Through With White Girls - The Dirtbombs
I'm Straight (Live at Harvard University) - Jonathon Richman
A Pox on You - Silver Apples
Germ Free Adolescents - X-Ray Spex
Mon Amour - The Plan
This Town - Green River
Magnetic City - Silverbullit
Talk Talk - The Music Machine
Sonic Reducer - The Dead Boys
Rock and Roll is Dead (and we don't care) - The Rubinoos
Kent's Theme - The Celibate Rifles
Cold Feet - Albert King
Clip the Apex - Dillinger Escape Plan
On the Beach - The Paragons

LWP2
Sean and *End is Forever* (never completed)

Part 1 by Sean

Sugarcube - Yo La Tengo
Boneville Occident - Squarepusher
Didn’t I Blow Your Mind - Eric Mingus
Someday I Will Treat You Good - Sparklehorse
Naomi - Yann Tiersen
Lover, You Should’ve Come Over - Jeff Buckley
Iambic 5 Poetry - Squarepusher
Olsen Olsen - Sigur Rós
Xmas Steps - Mogwai

LWP3
Guy, Provost Harrison, *End is Forever*, Sean, Laz Gimp, The Bursar, Funkodrom, Debaser, Scabrous Birdseed, PosterBoy, The Shaker

Part 1
No Future - Aikawa Nanase - Guy
Your New Aesthetic - Jimmy Eat World - *EiF*
Opening Theme to Angel - Darling Violetta - The Bursar
Siamese Almeida - Queen Adreena - Funkodrom
Make it Real Good - Chrissy D - Scabrous Birdseed
Do What You Want - Bad Religion - Provost Harrison
I Know Where Sid Barret Lives - Television Personalities - The Bursar
Trim - Underworld - Sean

Part 2
Everything is Free - Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings - PosterBoy
The Bitter Pill - Dashboard Confessional - *EiF*
I Broke That Promise - Mink DeVille - Scabrous Birdseed
Black Eye - Uncle Tupelo - Lazarus and the Gimp
Lowdown - Black Label Society - Funkodrom
Mr E’s Beautiful Blues - The Eels - The Bursar
Hope - The Descendents - Provost Harrisson

Part 3
ABC Rocksteady - The Gaylads - Scabrous Birdseed
The Light 3000 - Schneider TM - Debaser
Kheftiu Asar Butchiu - Nile - The Shaker
Shudder To Think - Kissi Penny - PosterBoy
Exit - Birdland - Guy
I don't Got a Place - Girls Against Boys - Lazaruz and the Gimp
Just So You Know - American Head Charge - The Shaker

Part 4
Holiday In Cambodia - The Dead Kennedys - Provost Harrison
Uncle Morris - Hamell on Trial - PosterBoy
I Believe In a Thing Called Love - The Darkness - Funkodrom
Naked Twister - Snowpony - Lazarus and the Gimp
Strawberry Letter 23 - Shuggie Otis - Debaser
What It Is To Burn - Finch - *EiF*
KittelDags - Finntroll - The Bursar
Sufferah - Bounty Killer feat. Wayne Marshall - Scabrous Birdseed

Part 5
Shrimp Stories - No Artist Supplied - Sean
Maxwell Murder - Rancid - Provost Harrison
Holding up the Sky - Buddy and Julie Miller - PosterBoy
Nothing Stays The Same - Donna Matthews - Debaser
Little Discourage - Idlewild - Provost Harrison
Filmmaker - Cooper Temple Clause - The Shaker
Do Or Die - Super Furry Animals - Sean
Fish Fry - Big Black - Scabrous Birdseed

Part 6
Pilot - The Notwist - Lazarus and the Gimp
Kicking Pigeons - [spunge] - The Bursar
Surfin' USM - Carter USM - Guy
London - The Smiths - Provost Harrison
Tearaway - J Walk - Scabrous Birdseed
At Your Funeral - Saves The Day - *EiF*
Too Young - Pheonix - Debaser
Bluffers guide to movie themes. Scary theme - Backing track from a guitar magazine - The Shaker

LWP4

The Shaker, protein, Sean, Funkodrom, Provost Harrison, King Ghidra, Mr Bas, Lazarus and the Gimp, Big Game Hunter, *End is Forever*, Scabrous Birdseed, Resource Consumer

Part 1
Farmyard Connection - Funboy 3 - Resource Consumer
Ramiar - Håkan Hellström - Scabrous Birdseed
Lovage - Nathaniel Merriweather/Music To Make Love To Your Old Lady By - Funkodrom
They Always Come Back - The Voodoo Glow Skulls - Provost Harrison
Svatba - Le mystere des voix Bulgares - Lazarus and the Gimp
There's a Silence - Electric Soft Parade - The Shaker
Cross Out the Eyes - Thursday - *End is Forever*
Grazing in the Grass - Friends of Distinction - Debaser

Part 2
Love Your Money - Daisy Chainsaw - protein
Long Way to Nowhere - The Parkinsons - King Ghidra
Hush - Tool - Mr Bas
Perfect Circle - REM - Provost Harrison
Everything Is Alright - Four Tet - Sean
I'll Keep Holding On - Detroit Cobras - Debaser
Afterglow (of your love) - The Small Faces - Lazarus and the Gimp
12.23.95 - Jimmy Eat World - Guess... yeah *EiF*
Bounty Hunter - Barrington Levy - Scabrous Birdseed

Part 3
No Glow - The Microphones - Sean
Niggaz My Height - Eazy E - Funkodrom
To Hell With Good Intentions - Mclusky - King Ghidra
Faith in God - Bad Religion - Mr Bas
Assassinator - Eek-a-Mouse - Resource Consumer
Corpus Christi Hymn - Jeff Buckey - protein
The Streets of San Francisco - Henry Mancini - Debaser
Envoye - The Young Gods - Lazarus and the Gimp
Inner Logic - Bad Religion - Provost Harrison

Part 4
The Bronze Age - Queens of the Stone Age - King Ghidra
Parasites - Napalm Death - Scabrous Birdseed
July! July! - The Decemberists - Sean
Strange Fronteirs - Roger Taylor - The Shaker
Nazi Driver - Soundgarden - Mr Baz
Art Star - The Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Debaser
Final Day - Young Marble Giants - Lazarus and the Gimp
Discovery of India - Ravi Shanker - protein

Part 5
Go Figure, Another Warm Day in Paradise - Noise For Pretend - Sean
Turn Me On - Kevin Lyttle - Scabrous Birdseed (How we laughed when it was #1 for ages! NOT!)
Bricklayer - Hüsker Dü - Mr Bas
Sound System - Operation Ivy - Provost Harrison
Straw Dog - Something Corporate - *EiF*
Take It - Monster Magnet - Funkodrom
Sea Of Love - Cat Power - King Ghidra
Dies Irae - Mozart - The Shaker
Music of the Japanese Geisha - Sakura - protein

Part 6
Two Tub Man - The Dictators - Scabrous Birdseed
Straight Edge - Minor Threat - Provost Harrison
What It Is - Sol and JC - Debaser
I'm Still Here - Tom Waits - King Ghidra
Not Too Soon - Throwing Muses - Lazarus and the Gimp
The Radio Still Sucks - The*Ataris - *End is Forever*
Clogger - 16 Horsepower - Mr Bas
Great Expectations - Algusto Alguro - Funkodrom
Mistress - Red House Painters - Resource Consumer

Debaser
10-06-2004, 14:48:21
"There is a Light That Never Goes Out - Schneider TM - Debaser"

While this song is a cover of There is a Light That Never Goes Out, the correct title is The Light 3000.

"No Title Supplied - Donna Matthews - Debaser"

The title is Nothing Stays The Same.

My selections rule.

Funkodrom
10-06-2004, 14:59:07
Iwas just going by what you wrote in your descriptions of the songs. :D

Funkodrom
10-06-2004, 15:23:18
Part 4 added.

The Shaker
10-06-2004, 15:26:16
Mistress - Red House Painters - The Shaker

nope not me

Funkodrom
10-06-2004, 15:28:25
I got confused 'cause you were the last to respond and RC didn't say what it was. D'oh.

BigGameHunter
10-06-2004, 18:26:37
Where the hell are my songs in P IV?

BigGameHunter
10-06-2004, 18:27:48
Oh...maybe that was the one I reviewed but didn't contribute to?

Sorry!

Resource Consumer
13-06-2004, 22:46:39
Sorry. I had a bad time then. I have had even worse since but I will hold my hands up about "Mistress" by the RHP. I make no apologies for including that but make profuse apologies about my inabilities to live up to my obligations. Sorry for not fronting sooner.

BigGameHunter
14-06-2004, 17:17:34
*Edited because I am a complete and utter idiot today and only today.*

Debaser
14-06-2004, 17:29:55
Er... this isn't the competition forum dude...

BigGameHunter
14-06-2004, 18:46:19
Crap...it's going to be one of those days then, is it?
:lol:

Debaser
15-06-2004, 00:03:16
:lol:

Mr. Bas
01-10-2004, 13:10:46
And another section added...

LWP 5

Part 1:
Cortez the Killer - Neil Young - King Ghidra
Nothing Feels - Bark Psychosis - Lazarus and the Gimp
Hollow As A Bone - Cowboy Junkies - BGH
When The Circus Comes - Los Lobos - zmama
Rock Steady - Alton Ellis - Scabrous Birdseed
Chinatown theme - Naked City - Eklektikos
Can I Play With Madness - Iron Maiden - The Shaker

Part 2:
Love Shit - The Wildhearts - Funkodrom
Last Beat Of My Heart - Siouxsie and the Banshees - Guy
Ana - Pixies - Debaser
Theme from Clockwork Orange - Carl Cox (??) - King Ghidra
Scary World Theory - Lali Puna - Sean
Do You Believe Me? - The Juliana Theory - End is Forever
Cool Waves - Spiritualised - Immortal Wombat

Part 3:
Blast - Pure - Guy
Sleep Is Wrong - Sleepytime Gorilla Museum - Eklektikos
No Bunny - Pailhead - BGH
Dawn of Victory - Rhapsody - Immortal Wombat
Nowhere - Therapy? - Funkodrom
AYOR - Coil - Lazarus and the Gimp
Santeria - Sublime - End is Forever

Part 4:
Gardenia - Kyuss- Mr. Bas
Cross The Tracks - Maceo and the Macks - Debaser
Totally Natural - ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead - Mr. Bas
We're In This Together - Nine Inch Nails - The Shaker
Sak Pase - Krosfyah - Scabrous Birdseed
24hrs - 'a local artist' - Sean
Fat Man in the Bathtub with the Blues - Little Feat - zmama

Provost Harrison
01-10-2004, 13:17:15
Originally posted by Mr. Bas
Can I Play With Madness - Iron Maiden - The Shaker

No, Suggs' mother has said he is cleaning his bedroom today :D

Funkodrom
04-10-2004, 08:22:49
Good work Mr Bas. :beer:

King_Ghidra
06-10-2004, 09:33:08
The clockwork orange track was actually entitled 'orange theme' and was originally released on the F.A.C.T. album by Carl Cox. It is actually a remix of Theme from Clockwork Orange by DJ Tiesto, which is itself a remix of the theme from Clockwork orange by Wendy Carlos.

zmama
06-10-2004, 10:18:20
Who used to be Walter Carlos

King_Ghidra
06-10-2004, 21:30:27
yeah, that's right :lol: someone at work informed me of that today. pretty interesting person eh?

Immortal Wombat
09-04-2006, 13:01:11
LWP6
Gramercy Riffs, Eklektikos, Scabrous Birdseed, Jon Miller, Debaser, KG, Stefu, BGH, Protein, Spartak, Mr Bas, Sean, Lazarus and the Gimp, *End is Forever*

1. My Morning Jacket - One Big Holiday - Gramercy Riffs
2. Sleater-Kinney - Dig Me Out - Eklektikos
3. DJ Assault - Yo Relatives - Scabrous Birdseed
4. Ben Folds Five - Battle of Who Could Care Less - Jon Miller
5. Sammy - Baby Come Down - Debaser
6. Pharoe Monche - Simon Says - King_Ghidra
7. Ultra Bra - Älä soita tänne enää koskaan - Stefu

8. Fountains of Wayne - Valley Winter Song - BigGameHunter
9. Track from John Barry's "The Man With The Golden Gun" Score - Protein
10. Joan Baez - Silent Running - Spartak
11. Sonic Youth - Eric's Trip - Mr Bas
12. Pavement - ??? - Sean
13. Marah - Round Eye Blues - Laz
14. The Beatles - Tomorrow Never Knows - *EiF*


1. Devo - Mongoloid - Gramercy Riffs
2. Mr Bungle - The Air-conditioned Nightmare - Eklektikos
3. Husker Du - Pink Turns to Blue - Mr Bas
4. Kool & the Gang - Jungle Boogie - Protein
5. Moldy Peaches - Steak for Chicken - Jon Miller
6. Killing Joke - Millennium - Laz
7. Joan Baez - Rejoice in the Sun - Spartak

8. Martin Sexton - Glory Bound - BigGameHunter
9. Max Frost & The Troopers - The Shape of Things to Come - Debaser
10. Brand New - This is Me vs Maradona vs Elvis - *EiF*
11. Lou Reed - Caroline Says - King_Ghidra
12. CMX - Kultanaamio - Stefu
13. Sufjan Stevens - For the widows in paradise, for the fatherless in Ypsilanti - Sean
14. Lil Jon - Put Yo' Hood Up - Scabrous Birdseed


If you know what the ??? should be, please share.

Rekrul
09-04-2006, 13:03:32
Aha - the missing link (apart from LWP 8 of course...) Thanks again

Immortal Wombat
09-04-2006, 18:08:48
LWP7
KG, Funko, Scabrous Birdseed, BGH, Debaser, RC, Zmama, Laz, Protein, Eklektikos

1. Willis - Take You High - Laz
2. Fastbacks - Just Say - BigGameHunter
3. some kind of shite rap - Protein
4. Dizzee Rascal - Do It - Funko
5. British Sea Power - Apologies to Insect Life - Debaser
6. Hazel Winter - Going on Down - Resource Consumer
7. Karen Savoca - ??? - Zmama
8. Nick Cave - God Is In The House - King_Ghidra

9. DJ Screw - Serving a Deuce - Scabrous Birdseed
10. Isis - Carry - Eklektikos
11. Lupine Howl - Vaporiser - Laz
12. Bogdan Raczynski - Kimi - Debaser
13. The Gits - Second Skin - BGH
14. Slint - Nosferatu Man - Laz
15. Explosions in the Sky - Remember Me As A Time Of Day - Debaser


1. Bloc Party - Banquet - Debaser
2. Nina Nastasia - Jimmy's Rose Tattoo - Eklektikos
3. Los Lobos - Kitate - Zmama
4. The Mars Volta - ??? - Funko
5. Sister India - Out of Place - Laz
6. R. D. Burman - Jana, O Meri Jaana - Scabrous Birdseed
7. ???
8. Ascii.Disko - Cool - KG

9. Screaming Blue Messiahs - President Kennedy's Mile - RC
10. Built To Spill - In Your Mind - BigGameHunter
11. The Raveonettes - Heartbreak Stroll - Laz
12. The Zombies - Time of the Season - Debaser
13. Mazzy Star - Into Dust - Laz
14. Mark Lanegan - The River Rise - Laz
15. Hank Dogs - 18 Dogs - Laz
16. Julian Cope - Reynard the Fox - Laz

LWP7/3 was a shambles.

Immortal Wombat
09-04-2006, 18:09:47
LWP8

Cancelled due to stuff

Scabrous Birdseed
09-04-2006, 18:11:16
Wasn't LWP8 the "send everypne complete CDs" round? I seem to remember doing it.

Immortal Wombat
09-04-2006, 21:40:36
I think I missed that. And I can only find the "sending" thread, not the "receiving" thread. :confused:

Funko
10-04-2006, 07:48:14
Good work IW.

Scabrous Birdseed
10-04-2006, 08:14:40
http://www.counterglow.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=24959

Here's mine.

I did end up losing Laz's CD btw. Sorry about that.

Eklektikos
10-04-2006, 11:41:30
LWP 7 disc 2 track 2 was mine, and was Jimmy's Rose Tattoo by Nina Nastasia.

Immortal Wombat
29-06-2008, 22:51:06
LWP-IX - Songs of Innocence, Songs of Experience

Funko, Mad Squirrel, BigGameHunter, King_Ghidra, Scabrous Birdseed, Lazarus and the Gimp, Immortal Wombat, Eklektikos, Kitsuki, devilmunchkin

Innocence
1. Jennifer Charles and Oren Bloedow - Salome - Eklektikos
2. Toots and the Maytals - Reggae Got Soul - BGH
3. The Radio Dept - 1995 - Laz
4. Juliana Hatfield - Spin the Bottle - King_Ghidra
5. Carl Carlton - She's a Bad Mama Jama - Scabrous Birdseed
6. Mew - 156 - Funko
7. Lemon Demon - Ode to Crayola - Mad Squirrel
8. Sixpence None the Richer - Kiss Me - IW
9. The Raveonettes - Ode to LA - Laz
10. Belle and Sebastian - Lord Anthony - IW
11. Steve Von Till - To The Field - Eklektikos
12. The Blind Boys of Mississippi - Will My Jesus Be Waiting - Scabrous Birdseed
13. White Noise - Here come the fleas - Laz
14. Van Morrison - Astral Weeks - Laz

Experience
1. The Minutemen - West Germany - Eklektikos
2. Arch Enemy - Instinct - Scabrous Birdseed
3. The Mark Lanegan Band - Methamphetamine Blues - Laz
4. Haggard - Lost (Robin's Song) - IW
5. The Pixies - Bone Machine - BGH
6. LCD Soundsystem - Losing My Edge - K_G
7. Clor - Love + Pain - Funko
8. The Buddy Odor Stop - I Love You Madly - Mad Squirrel
9. Coil - A List Of Wishes - Eklektikos
10. Martin Grech - Unholy - Laz
11. Cruachan - Ride On - IW
12. Isis - Constructing Towers - Eklektikos
13. Current 93 - Sleep has his house - Laz
14. The Delgados - American Trilogy - Laz

Immortal Wombat
29-06-2008, 23:15:26
LWPXmas

Resource Consumer, Mr Bas, Mr_G, Scabrous Birdseed, Eklektikos, Funko, Tizzy

1. South Park (Mr Garrison) - Merry Fucking Christmas - Tizzy
2. Nanci Griffith - Love at the Five and Dime - RC
3. Three Litre - I Hate Christmas - Funko
4. Merle Haggard(?) - If We Make It Through December - Scabby
5. Opgezwolle - Park - Mr Bas
6. André Hazes - Eenzame Kerst - Mr_G
7. Asva - By the Well of Living and Seeing - Eklektikos
8. Half Man Half Biscuit - Arthur's Farm/All I Want For Chistmas is a Dukla Prague Away Kit - RC
9. The Wipers - Alien Boy - Mr Bas
10. Charles Brown - Merry Christmas, Baby - SB
11. Queen - A Winter's Tale - Tizzy
12. Salsoul Orchestra - Christmas Medley - SB

Scabrous Birdseed
30-06-2008, 06:48:58
#10 was Merry Christmas, Baby by Charles Brown

#8 is Arthur's Farm/All I Want For Chistmas is a Dukla Prague Away Kit by Half Man Half Biscuit. I recently bought Back Again in the D.H.S.S. on vinyl, good record!

Funko
30-06-2008, 08:11:24
3. I Hate Christmas by Three Litre (going by the description, I don't actually remember).

Immortal Wombat
30-06-2008, 11:06:04
:beer:

MoSe
30-06-2008, 11:25:54
Wasn't there one where Funko added one or two Verdena songs on my behalf, after I gave him the CDs at a London and/or Reading meeting?

Funko
30-06-2008, 11:53:20
I don't think he's got to that one yet.

Funko
30-06-2008, 11:56:29
Unless that's #7 and #8 of LWP7

Immortal Wombat
30-06-2008, 13:06:06
There's no mention of MoSe tracks in the LWP7 organisation thread (http://www.counterglow.com/forum/showthread.php?s=&threadid=21277), but there were bonus tracks added to the end of that CD, so it's possible. (I don't have the CDs to check.) There's no more to come though. LWPX was the last one, 18 months ago.

Immortal Wombat
30-06-2008, 13:14:09
Wait, no. #7 and #8 are Protein and KG's submissions. No idea where MoSe's tracks went.

King_Ghidra
30-06-2008, 15:38:44
Track 8 is:

Ascii.Disko - Cool

MoSe
30-06-2008, 16:05:58
I recall there was a thread where Funko posted that a track came from me, and Mr.Bas commented it.
It was shortly after one of the CG meeting I attended, it should be trackable...

oh, well, I was jsut curious, not important

Eklektikos
01-07-2008, 12:05:25
LWPXmas track 7 was By the Well of Living and Seeing by Asva

Mr. Bas
04-07-2008, 13:57:11
The Xmas track 5 is Park by Opgezwolle. I don't recall at the moment what other track I submitted, I'll let you know when I do. Also, I remember that there indeed was a Verdena track by MoSe in one of the LWP's, but I have no idea when or how or what.

Mr. Bas
04-07-2008, 14:20:44
Just checked - track number 9 is Alien Boy by The Wipers.

Funko
04-07-2008, 14:30:34
Wipey Wipey.

Resource Consumer
05-07-2008, 15:45:26
losers.

Still, overdue for another I think

Scabrous Birdseed
05-07-2008, 16:04:33
There's gotta be a better and more straightforward way of doing these I still think, now that even Laz is on broadband. I'm thinking maybe iMeem or something.

Kitsuki
05-07-2008, 16:31:22
Or upload songs onto youtube...?

Scabrous Birdseed
05-07-2008, 16:32:36
Okay, barring a perfect custom-made solution I'm thinking maybe we do this:

We set up a blog where we give each track a single post, and let people comment as if they were commenting on a blog post. Each track can be uploaded to, say, imeem, so that it can both be listened to online and downloaded.

Would that work?

Scabrous Birdseed
05-07-2008, 16:33:48
Originally posted by Kitsuki
Or upload songs onto youtube...?

I'm not sure all people here know how to use video editing software. Otherwise it's a good option.

Resource Consumer
05-07-2008, 18:22:23
Some of us (:o) don't know how to work almost any software

Resource Consumer
05-07-2008, 18:23:14
oh. and my ears don't work on MP3 - only the likes of ALAC or AIFF :D

Scabrous Birdseed
05-07-2008, 18:42:45
Or we could just do what we did last time and make a zip of all the files, distributed via ZShare or YouSendIt or torrents. The commenting totally broke down that time, though.

I'm thinking maybe we could set up a more continuous system - a "look what I've just discovered" type thing where people can drop in and out. Old P2P software Audiogalaxy used to have a "sharing group" feature where you could specify tracks that were then downloaded to all users. I don't know if there's anything like that now, and of course it'd have to be anonymous, but I think the ideal would be a big, shared folder we can all drop unidentified files into from time to time, with different themes every month or so.

Kitsuki
05-07-2008, 19:29:39
Originally posted by Scabrous Birdseed
Okay, barring a perfect custom-made solution I'm thinking maybe we do this:

We set up a blog where we give each track a single post, and let people comment as if they were commenting on a blog post. Each track can be uploaded to, say, imeem, so that it can both be listened to online and downloaded.

Would that work?

This sounds like a good idea. I'm pretty interested in being involved in this, so if whatever we do could be Mac friendly, I'd be much obliged.... :)

Scabrous Birdseed
05-07-2008, 19:39:32
I can collect and post if someone else pops a theme.

Immortal Wombat
05-07-2008, 20:07:41
Couldn't we just have an Uploader account which anyone can use? That would keep it anonymous for everyone and make less demand of any one person.

Scabrous Birdseed
05-07-2008, 21:35:59
True. But last time the task of anonymising MP3s (which involves about 10 seconds of ID3 tag editing) proved beyond some people, I got at least one Wav file, a couple of low-bitrate MP3s I had to re-download to give everyone a fair chance etc. etc.

Plus it'll probably be a neater package with one person. Not sure if that's necessary, but it looks good.

Lazarus and the Gimp
06-07-2008, 15:57:14
Is there a convenient software application to solve the persistant bug of idle bastards never giving any feedback?

Immortal Wombat
06-07-2008, 16:47:38
Set up a device to send them a strongly-worded email each morning?

One could probably write a Wordpress plugin to prevent people from downloading new tracks until they'd commented on previous ones.

Scabrous Birdseed
06-07-2008, 16:54:23
We could just do that manually - people who don't comment and don't feedback on their own tracks are excluded from the following round.

Scabrous Birdseed
08-07-2008, 11:57:18
I've "made" a "blog" for this "event".

http://cg-lwp.blogspot.com/

Those who have blogger accounts (I'm looking at you Mike) are welcome to help "administrate".

Debaser
08-07-2008, 12:09:42
I also have a blogger account if you want a hand.

Funko
08-07-2008, 12:27:14
Sure, add me.

Scabrous Birdseed
08-07-2008, 15:39:56
Need some e-mail addresses, Can't add you as admins normally for some reason.

Debaser
08-07-2008, 16:21:33
debaser77 at hotmail com
http://michaelsays.blogspot.com/

Funko
08-07-2008, 16:24:15
my full name @gmail.com

Scabrous Birdseed
08-07-2008, 16:51:18
Sent. Feel free to change the appearance of the blog, That was a ten minute job.

Funko
09-07-2008, 07:59:39
I'm in.

Scabrous Birdseed
15-07-2008, 21:45:50
Er, I think RC wanted in too but I'm not sure since you can't read PMs.

Mr. Bas
16-07-2008, 15:34:31
I'd be interested in taking part for the next LWP too. Although I'm still a bit confused about the role of this blog thingie.

Funko
16-07-2008, 15:35:34
Me too! :D

Immortal Wombat
16-07-2008, 16:29:20
new thread!

Scabrous Birdseed
16-07-2008, 17:36:53
We need a theme first.

I thought the blog thingy would help the commenting. I think a lot of people just don't want to spend an hour reviewing 15 tracks, 5 minutes during a break at work is much easier.

*End Is Forever*
16-07-2008, 17:41:50
So what exactly are you going to do with that blog?

Scabrous Birdseed
16-07-2008, 18:10:06
Each track is uploaded to, say, iMeem or DivShare or something.

Each is then posted inside a blog post. People comment in the blog posts as if it were a normal blog. Makes sense or not?

Debaser
16-07-2008, 18:33:47
Yup, sounds good. As long as they then posted into a thread on here that they'd posted a new blog so people new about it.

Funko
17-07-2008, 07:56:25
I've never heard of iMeem or DivShare. You can just upload and link to copywrited material? :confused:

Scabrous Birdseed
17-07-2008, 08:28:54
iMeem will cut your sound sample to thirty seconds if they discover it, but in practice only do so for correctly named major-label stuff - DivShare officially doesn't accept copyrighted material but in practice doesn't give a fuck. (Debaser who follows MP3 blogs will know what I'm talking about.) Something like zShare or YouSendIt would also work but don't have nifty flash players.

Funko
17-07-2008, 08:33:35
OK cool.

Eklektikos
17-07-2008, 10:17:30
I wouldn't mind getting in on this. Sounds like a good idea, all told.

Debaser
17-07-2008, 12:17:41
Maybe we colud use this?
http://www.37signals.com/svn/posts/1143-soundcloud-expands-the-audio-player

Funko
17-07-2008, 12:28:54
:lol: 37 Signals are the guys that developed Rails which is our new development environment.

Debaser
17-07-2008, 13:36:41
Are they shit? On closer inspection that link I posted does seem a bit pointless and crap.

Funko
17-07-2008, 13:57:33
Well Rails is great.

Scabrous Birdseed
24-07-2008, 22:48:20
THEME, people. Just throw one out!

Debaser
24-07-2008, 23:42:29
Sexy songs.

Lazarus and the Gimp
25-07-2008, 05:29:10
Love songs for multiple-amputees?

Funko
25-07-2008, 12:29:53
Shamesongs (http://downwithtunes.blogspot.com/2008/07/shamesongs.html)

Funnily enough I was thinking something like this might be good even before Scabby blogged about it. Of course, he might have outed his picks.

Scabrous Birdseed
25-07-2008, 13:06:33
God, it was hard enough picking five for someone as opinionated yet commercial-pop-liberal as me, let alone pick another one that's better than all of those. :)

(Notice one of the tracks was from LWP1! Good going, Funko, fucking with my brain like that.)

Funko
25-07-2008, 13:07:16
I did notice that yes, made the whole exercise worthwhile. :D

Scabrous Birdseed
25-07-2008, 14:19:35
Honestly, I think it's only you on here that reads my blog. We could do it anyway if no-one is tempted to click the link, or if people don't care that they know which entry is mine.

Debaser
25-07-2008, 16:32:11
Coolio. So how's it going to work with the Blog?

Lazarus and the Gimp
25-07-2008, 17:02:05
I'm not ashamed of anything in my collection. This could be tricky.

Debaser
25-07-2008, 17:08:41
I'm not either especially. I think the point is songs you probably should be ashamed of liking.

Scabrous Birdseed
25-07-2008, 17:55:26
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
I'm not ashamed of anything in my collection. This could be tricky.

Come on, I'm sure you have a huge selection of Acid Jazz stashed away somewhere.

Scabrous Birdseed
25-07-2008, 18:11:21
Originally posted by Debaser
Coolio. So how's it going to work with the Blog?

(Edited: Details soon to appear in new thread)

Lazarus and the Gimp
25-07-2008, 19:03:40
Does this mean I need to get MP3 encoding software?

Scabrous Birdseed
25-07-2008, 19:08:43
Nah, just rip the track off the CD and send me the whole file. I can encode it for you.

Scabrous Birdseed
25-07-2008, 19:09:20
Oh and once the e-mail issue has been fixed I'll start a thread.

Lazarus and the Gimp
26-07-2008, 16:13:31
I should probably get some MP3 encoding software and join the modern age. Any recommendations?

Debaser
27-07-2008, 00:16:41
iTunes

Lazarus and the Gimp
27-07-2008, 08:15:26
Apple stuff? Seeing as I don't own an iPod, is that worth getting?

Funko
27-07-2008, 08:38:57
You should have Windows Media Player on your machine already. It's just as invasive as iTunes, but if you don't need iTunes I wouldn't install it

(I am ironically installing iTunes as I post this...)

Lazarus and the Gimp
27-07-2008, 13:56:30
Yes, I do- I didn't know it could convert tracks to MP3.

Immortal Wombat
27-07-2008, 14:17:21
You need a plugin for WMP9, WMP10 does it natively (http://tinyurl.com/98kzc). [microsoft faq (http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/faq/rip.mspx)]

I agree with Funko on iTunes. Avoid if possible.

Lazarus and the Gimp
27-07-2008, 15:04:44
I appear to have WMP11, so I'll go work it out.

Scabrous Birdseed
27-07-2008, 15:32:54
What do you usually rip CD tracks with?

Lazarus and the Gimp
27-07-2008, 20:56:21
Some program that came with my old PC. I've never claimed to be terribly interested in all this computer stuff.

Funko
28-07-2008, 08:08:51
Stick a CD in the drive. Load WMP, go to the "Rip" tab. Select the song you want to rip, click start rip.

Funko
28-07-2008, 08:11:25
Oh and it turns out I didn't need iTunes after all, but it did lead me to what I did need. (which was something to play a couple of episodes of the wire that were div x files... someone lost one of the DVDs in the boxed set I was borrowing and replaced it with a CD of avi rips...)

what a story what a story

Scabrous Birdseed
28-07-2008, 10:55:59
Doesn't WMP rip low-bitrate WMA files by default? *worried*

I use a fairly old-but-straightforward software called CDEx:

http://cdexos.sourceforge.net/

I think it's fairly easy to use, and less obtuse than WMP (which will put your ripped files god knows where, and is tricky to set up).

Set up CDEx one time and you don't have to worry about it again.

Options -> Settings

"File Names" tab:
Set "Recorded Tracks" to whatever directory you want the files to end up in.

"Encoder" tab:
Encoder: Lame MP3 Encoder
Version: MPEG I
Bitrate Min: 192 kbps, Max: 320 kbps
Mode: j-stereo
Quality: Very High Quality
VBR Method: VBR Default
VBR Quality: VBR 0

"Remote CDDB" tab:
Put your email address (or just any emial address, I think) in the field provided.

That's it, you never have to touch it again except the "Exctract CD Tracks To Compressed Audio Files" button.

Funko
28-07-2008, 11:26:28
You can set WMP to rip to any mp3 format, it remembers your defaults.

Since v10, WMP has actually been very decent.

in the menu (right click on black bar) go to:

Tools, options, rip music

Format - mp3
Quality - move slider up as high as you want.

At home I tend to use CDEx or WMP depending on how the mood takes me.