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  1. Did you factor in Def Leppard - Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad? #metal
  2. Someone really, really, really should have taken: Do You Remember the First Time by Pulp. I know I seem to take them every draft but wow this song is so good. You say you've got to go home 'Cos he's sitting on his own again this evening And I know you're gonna let him bore your pants off again Oh now it's half past eight, you'll be late Oh, but you say you're not sure Though it makes good sense for you to live together Still you bought a toy that can reach the places he never goes And now it's getting late, he's so straight Do you remember the first time? I can't remember a worse time But you know that we've changed so much since then Oh yeah, we've grown Now I don't care what you're doing No, I don't care if you screw him Just as long as you save a piece for me, oh yeah now
  3. For @Mr. Ected mix, I absolutley love the Byrds So You Want to Be a Rock N Roll Star .. feel like I should know it but maybe don't. That trumpet I really loved the Primitive Radio Gods song, it's not new to me by any means but I have't heard it in a long time. I'll echo KP on Joe Jackson as well - this is another one of those songs that I never knew who sang until now. The Counting Crows song was instantly recognizable as CC but I really liked it. I did not love so much the equally recognizable Barenaked Ladies... of Triumph for that matter... Blame Canada. I thought I Will Not Take These Things for Granted was a great closer to the mix and just a fantastic song all around. I'm not commenting too much on the rest because, what do you say about the songs on here by REM, Paul Simon, The Police, James Tayor, Elton John etc... they're fantastic.
  4. Armageddon? Kiss me and smile for me....
  5. Since the consensus song that all 3 people so far really loved from my mix so far was "I Can Be Afraid of Anything" by The World is a Beautiful Place and Iam no Longer Afraid to Die, my favourite song on that album is actually is "January 10th, 2014", it's so so so good. The song is about Diana The Hunter a vigilante killer in Mexico. They found two heads hollowed out in the sanctuary or on the dry roadside This is a duel and she won Congratulate her, send her thanks "How great that someone's doing what many of us should have done" Put up a statue of the new killer out of chains in the waxing moon Do you see my shadow off the stake? Are you Diana, the Hunter? Are you afraid of me now? Well, yeah. Shouldn't I be?
  6. I've seen all these movies multiple times but don't see the connections yet.. I mean, he didn't draft Somebody to Love or Sway or Leaving on a Jet Plane...
  7. I liked this one a lot but there isn't a lot in terms of my "big new finds" because so many of these are classics, but in that regard, I guess I'll go with Ain't No Love In the Heart of the City and That Was a Crazy Game of Poker, which was a really fun song but maybe a couple minutes too long. I assume this song is what listening to Phish or Grateful Dead is like, but I'm also pretty sure I'll never know if that's true. Anyway, this has a lot of stone cold soul classics and I repeated Dream a Little Dream of Me like five times, even though it's clearly not a new to me song. All in all, very enjoyable mix, and the songs went together perfectly in terms of overall theme/cohesion.
  8. Now this mountain I must climb Feels like a world upon my shoulders I through the clouds I see love shine It keeps me warm as life grows colder In my life there's been heartache and pain I don't know if I can face it again Can't stop now, I've traveled so far To change this lonely life
  9. I haven't drafted lately, but is he now going above/within the AGon/Pujols/Hosmer/Belt/Napoli (boring as ####) tier? It seemed he was going after them but maybe with more upside (and probably downside) than any of them? Which I think factoring risk/reward, right after them is just about right.
  10. 200 IP, 15-10, 3.68 ERA, 1.15 WHIP, 180K. This is just his 2016 second half ERA and basically splitting the difference between his 2014, 2015 and 2016 WHIP and seeing him as a ~8-9/K/9 type who sometimes gets too much into a pitch to contact mentality. I think there is a lot of upside beyond this . I think him and Sanchez are pretty similar (love the ground balls, very effective but maybe not as many K's as you might expect given their stuff - but should consistently go deep and get 200+ IP) maybe more valuable in real life than fantasy as a result.
  11. Of fine, I'm sticking with my schedule and rolling with @Waingro mix