mixtape 010

Please enjoy jwz mixtape 010.

I suspect you haven't heard at least 80% of these. And I hope that you will now be glad that you have. Or that they will make your headmeats convulse. Either way.

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17 Responses:

  1. asw909 says:

    kidneythieves, Luxt, Whale and Veruca Salt? You rock. :)

  2. greatevil says:

    That first track is perverse. wow. great stuff.

  3. telecart says:

    I actually think this is one of your more pop-y mixes (what with the [heartcrushingly beautiful] Donnie Darko Mad World cover and Squarepusher's [amazing] Joy Division cover..)

    Regardless, I approve. Great mix as always.
    *thumbs up*

  4. bitwise says:

    Yesterday I got both Minuit albums in the mail [The 88 and The Guards Themselvels]. They're good- there's a bunch of good tracks on each that you can't find on eMusic or Amazon. Definitely recommended if you don't mind the painful USD-NZD conversion rate. Took 10 days between order and shipping from smokecds.com; maybe the other place can do better.

  5. xthread says:

    These are really excellent.

  6. dougfort says:

    Great mix. I've been listening to it all day. It's my favorite. Maybe because I'm old enough (almost 58) that the originals of some of those covers have a lot of emotional content for me.

  7. hasimir says:

    Okay, I'm still using these for my weekly alarm clock. Although I only made the mistake of using no. 9 once. Waking up to that was not fun. This mix, however, was a wonderful way to ease into the day ... an absolutely gorgeous opening.

  8. honoriartist says:

    and listening to your music mixes. Thanks, excellent cooking mix the cranberries are popping open in response.

  9. ilcylic says:


    "Now, in an unusual case in which an Arizona recipient of an RIAA letter has fought back in court rather than write a check to avoid hefty legal fees, the industry is taking its argument against music sharing one step further: In legal documents in its federal case against Jeffrey Howell, a Scottsdale, Ariz., man who kept a collection of about 2,000 music recordings on his personal computer, the industry maintains that it is illegal for someone who has legally purchased a CD to transfer that music into his computer."

    • jwz says:

      That Washington Post article is full of crap. That's not what RIAA is claiming at all. They're claiming that ripping his CDs and putting them in his Kazaa sharing folder is illegal.

      • ilcylic says:

        Ah. That's quite a difference, then. Thanks for the update, and sorry about the FUD. I should have done more research first.

  10. jkow says:

    Thanks alot for that tape. I loved all the cover songs.. well, except for Bohemian Rhapsody, which was fun to listen to, but I don't think I want to hear it again. ;) Again.. Thanks! And Happy New Year!