Okay so when im not listening to 2011 releases or Andrew Jackson Jihad, i have been pretty much listening to stuff from the 90's. Yes 1994 is one of my favorite years in music. Mix is about 45 minutes long.

1. Guided By Voices - I am a Scientist (Bee Thousand, 1994)
2. Hum - Stars (You'd Prefer an Astronaut, 1995)
3. Wilco - Hotel Arizona (Being There, 1996)
4. Eric's Trip - Behind the Garage (Love, Tara, 1993)
5. Slowdive - Dagger (Souvlaki, 1994)
6. The Notwist - Electric Bear (Shrink, 1998)
7. Sebadoh - Skull (Bakesale, 1994)
8. Thinking Fellers Union Local #282 - Cup Of Dreams (Strangers From The Universe, 1994)
9. Jawbox - Savory (For Your Own Special Sweetheart, 1994)
10. Silver Jews - Blue Arrangements (American Water, 1998)
11. The Mountain Goats - Twin Human Highway Flares (Full Force Galesburg, 1997)
12. Elliott Smith - Division Day (Roman Candle, 1993)


October 16th - stepco12345
October 23rd - DimebagLivesOn
October 30th - BenRaah
November 6th - element4433
November 11th - howamidriving?
November 18th - K-Lizzle

September 18: Joshua1207
September 11: due 07
September 4: uhh_me?
August 28: TheReverend724
August 21: jiminizzle
August 14: Wizards?'s Summer/Winter
August 7: bradulator
Last edited by turncoat60% at Oct 10, 2011,
Looks like I better get a sock and some kleenex.
“Just to sum up: I would do various things very quickly.” - Donald Trump
Two thumbs up for Jawbox, Hum, and Slowdive. Actually make that three thumbs up.
There's only one girl in the world for you
and she probably lives in Tahiti.
I feel super nostalgic now after listening to that.
“Just to sum up: I would do various things very quickly.” - Donald Trump
^ The Eric's Trip track was the song that stuck out for me. After listening to this mix a couple of days ago I've made it a priority to go and listen to my older CDs more, there are bound to be some things I wrote off in my teens that I'd love now and this was a bit of proof. It's the first time I can remember not skipping Wilco and Silver Jews - although I have to admit I still don't get the fanboy world of Elliot Smith (maybe barring 'Baby Britain' and 'Bled White').

Nicely done.
Quote by Mia (Pulp Fiction)
Why do we feel it's necessary to yak about bullsh*t in order to be comfortable?

That's when you know you found somebody special. When you can just shut the f*ck up for a minute, and comfortably share silence.

thanks. xo is a great album but i really think his s/t and either/or are his best so id recommend checking them out if you havent. he is a very talented musician.