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  1. I've picked this a few times in different drafts. It has their biggest hit (which was my first dance wedding song) and made them huge but beyond that, it works so well as an album. An album full of love songs, incredible vocals and so many different horns and string sections, Arcade Fire are jealous. Honestly, any two songs from this for the playlist are fine with me. I initially picked "Starlings" and "The Loneliness of a Tower Crane Driver" - deeper cuts to emphasize the full album aspect at play here. "The Bones of You" and "Grounds for Divorce" are great more rocking songs and probably the second and third best knwn songs from the album. "An Audience With the Pope" and "The Fix" tell great stories. "Friend of Ours" is probably my favourite "eulogy" song ever. In the end, I'll go with two of the big love songs (including One Day Like This on the off chance anyone hasn't heard it) because that's what this album represents most to me. 22.32 - Elbow - The Seldom Seen Kid (2008) 1. "Starlings" 5:05 2. "The Bones of You" 4:49 3. "Mirrorball" 5:50 4. "Grounds for Divorce" 3:39 5. "An Audience with the Pope" 4:27 6. "Weather to Fly" 4:29 7. "The Loneliness of a Tower Crane Driver" 5:14 8. "The Fix" 4:27 9. "Some Riot" 5:23 10. "One Day Like This" 6:34 11. "Friend of Ours" 4:38
  2. Update (comments not mine) 22 . 1 cosjobs - skip - 22 . 2 simey - John Prine - Live! 22 . 3 rockaction - Justin Timberlake - Futuresex/Lovesounds 22 . 4 Mister CIA - permaskip - 22 . 5 Bonzai - Uncle Tupelo - No Depression 22 . 6 RedmondLonghorn - Royal Blood - Out of the Blood 22 . 7 MAC32 - Greta Van Fleet - From The Fires 22 . 8 Dr Octopus - The Rolling Stones - Between the Buttons 22 . 9 Ilov80s - Various artists - American Graffiti Soundtrack 22 . 10 Hov34 - Borns - Dopamine 22 . 11 rcam - The Smiths - Louder Than Bombs 22 . 12 Mr Ected - skip for dinner - chicken parm - 22 . 13 Mrs Rannous - ELO - Out of the Blue 22 . 14 JZilla - Savages - Silence Yourself 22 . 15 landrys hat - Hum - You'd Prefer an Astronaut 22 . 16 krista 4 - Bonnie "Prince" Billy - I See A Darkness 22 . 17 Raging weasel - Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath 22 . 18 Eephus - Public Image Ltd. - Second Edition (Metal Box) 22 . 19 otb lifer - Bauhaus - In the Flat Field 22 . 20 Binky the Doormat - The Moody Blues - Days Of Future Past 22 . 21 Buffaloes - Yo La Tengo - I Can Hear the Heart Beating As One 22 . 22 Yo Mama - The Black Keys - El Camino 22 . 23 mphtrilogy - ITC but searching for a vowel - 22 . 24 shuke - skip - I'm assuming wings for dinner - 22 . 25 The Dreaded Marco - ITC but at Will Oldham film fest - 22 . 26 Chaos Commish - permaskip - 22 . 27 Charlie Steiner - ITC - 22 . 28 Long Ball Larry - skip until further notice - 22 . 29 Abrantes - - 22 . 30 El Floppo - 10 minute clock - 22 . 31 Steve Tasker - daytime skip - 22 . 32 Northern Voice - - 22 . 33 Uruk-Hai - - 22 . 34 PIK95 - - 22 . 35 wikkidpissah - -
  3. The Other Side - Aerosmith - I enjoyed this a lot before I played myself out of Aerosmith and enjoyed it again just now. Life in a Glasshouse - Radiohead - Mopey singing over jazzy stuff I don't like. Marginally better when the horns come on, but honestly, give me Greta Van Fleet over this Sunday Bloody Sunday (live) - U2 - Thank god U2 are here to rock me back to life. Are they screaming "wipe your tears away" to mopey Thom? You Are The Everything - R.E.M. - Classic Michael Stipe. Not a mainstay R.E.M. song but a great one The First Song - Band of Horses - Big fan of this album. Every song on it is an epic build.
  4. See a Little Light - Bob Mould- Have enjoyed every Bob Mould I've ever heard, I think. For Whom the Bell Tolls - Metallica - Epic, big guitars. I'm not a metal guy but I can get behind this. Angelina - Keb Mo - I liked this, nice picky, bluesy number that I've never heard before Love and Happiness - Al Green - 10/10 all day long Tears Dry on My Own - Amy Winehouse - The 21st century songs really pop on the playlist eh... maybe it's just me.
  5. Optimistic - Radiohead - Not terrible. More "rock" that I remember anything on this album being. Entirely possible I've never made it this far in the album before. Still not sure I'd take it over anything on OK Computer. Lyrics to Go - A Tribe Called Quest - I like this nice beat, I like the funky sample? that keeps coming up. Down Where The Drunkards Roll - Richard and Linda Thompson - Don't dislike this by any means but would probably appreciate in a certain mood or context of the album, gets a bit lost in the shuffle (heh) here. Black Celebration - Depeche Mode - I like this a lot. I've seen Depeche Mode a couple times, always fun. Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd - Not really my thing, would be interesting to "hear it for the first time" again but... Joy - Lucinda Williams - Hmm, kind of striking out here, lots of guitars but there are like ten words to this song.
  6. I suppose they did better than [blatant spotlighting job] I knew what this was before I clicked the link.
  7. Now drinking a beer that for every can sold a tree is planted. Saving the environment guys. https://shop.townbrewery.ca/products/one-tree-planted-ipa
  8. Mrs. NV made a very healthy dinner of quinoa salad and falafel.. It was delicious. But I am now making garlic cheese bread.
  9. I think we are up to date but I know you were looking forward to some wine and draft wrangling this evening. I'm nearby the rest of the night as well