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October 23, 2005

Guess The Theme

Here's the mix of six songs (~16MB). What's the theme? Also, if you can get the names of all the artists and the songs, I'll be impressed.

Posted by john at October 23, 2005 01:45 PM

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Anonymous | October 23, 2005 02:28 PM

Theme: Falling in Love; Early, young love.

1. Crowded House, (That big hit I can never remember)
2. Some random Pro-Tools inspired hard-pop band
3. Billy Idol, Cath My Fall
4. ?
5. k.d. lang, Consequences of Falling in Love
6. Depeche Mode?

Mary | October 23, 2005 02:39 PM

Crowded House did record "Fall at Your Feet", but this version is Neil Finn solo and live from 7 Worlds Collide (the DVD, not the CD, from which this gorgeous song is sadly missing).

This could be a falling in love theme, but I just think it's a fall (autumn) set. Nice.

cherie priest | October 23, 2005 05:58 PM

I am useless in this particular endeavor. However! I just yesterday got myself a copy of Old Man's War ... and now that I'm finished with Terry Pratchett's new one, you're next in the queue.

My long-time significant other, who is the world's cutest and goshdarn pickiest son-of-a-bitch about some things (including the fiction he indulges), picked it up shortly after it arrived ... and had to be persuaded to put it down so we could go to a wedding. This is a very good sign ;-)

Joseph | October 26, 2005 07:39 PM

Do we get answers at any point? Since, you know, I have to learn this stuff somewhere.

John Scalzi | October 26, 2005 09:51 PM

You want the truth? You can't handle the truth!

The theme is "falling" -- nothing too complicated. All the titles have various iterations of the word "fall" in them.

The tracks are

1. "Fall at Your Feet" (Live) -- Neil Finn, from the Sessions at West 57th DVD.
2. "Fall" -- 3rd Degree (a band which no longer exists, at least not under that name)
3. "Catch My Fall" -- Billy Idol
4. "Falling" -- Todd Dorman
5. "The Consequences of Falling" -- kd lang
6. "The Sun and the Rainfall" -- Depeche Mode

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