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Waiting For the World's Applause

Waiting For the World's Applause
Created by: Capn_Derk
Tracks: 14
Length: 00:58:36
Keywords 1. 1989
2. theme
3. rock
Created on 1/04/07 10:33am
Level 5
Points 2479
Total visitors 58
Unique visitors 39
description:
The best 60 minutes that 1989 produced.

tracklist

1 Primus : John the Fisherman (live)
Primus at it's freshest. This song is one of their best, and this live version kicks off with a nod to Rush's [...]
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Track 1 from Suck On This
Length: 00:03:54
Year: 1989
Track Description:
Primus at it's freshest. This song is one of their best, and this live version kicks off with a nod to Rush's "YYZ".
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2 Faith No More : Epic
One of the heaviest, funkiest and weirdest song of the year, but what else does one expect when a guy like Mik [...]
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Track 2 from The Real Thing
Length: 00:04:53
Year: 1989
Track Description:
One of the heaviest, funkiest and weirdest song of the year, but what else does one expect when a guy like Mike Patton is involved?
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3 The Dead Milkmen : Punk Rock Girl
Man, I think this is the second time I've put this song on a playlist. I suppose it has the same kind of so-du [...]
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Track 7 from Beelzebubba
Length: 00:02:38
Year: 1988
Track Description:
Man, I think this is the second time I've put this song on a playlist. I suppose it has the same kind of so-dumb-it's-good quality as "Surfin' Bird".
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4 Mudhoney : Flat Out Fucked
135 seconds of unadulterated guitar aggression. This was the best of the grunge debuts.
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Track 2 from Mudhoney
Length: 00:02:15
Year: 1989
Track Description:
135 seconds of unadulterated guitar aggression. This was the best of the grunge debuts.
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5 Neil Young : Rockin' In The Free World
Yes, it's an obvious song. But damn was it ever nice to see Mr. Young break out of the slump he was in for mos [...]
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Track 1 from Freedom
Length: 00:03:38
Year: 1986
Track Description:
Yes, it's an obvious song. But damn was it ever nice to see Mr. Young break out of the slump he was in for most of the decade. Plus, it's also one of the most widely misinterpreted songs in music. On top of that, it simply rocks pretty damn hard.
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6 The Tragically Hip : New Orleans Is Sinking
And the award for Most Unfortunately Named Song in the Universe goes to...
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Track 3 from Up To Here
Length: 00:04:16
Year: 1989
Track Description:
And the award for Most Unfortunately Named Song in the Universe goes to...
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7 Pixies : Here Comes Your Man
The Pixies released their career album in 1989, and this songs bears the undeniable mark that the Beatles left [...]
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Track 5 from Doolittle
Length: 00:03:21
Year: 2003
Track Description:
The Pixies released their career album in 1989, and this songs bears the undeniable mark that the Beatles left on them.
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8 NRBQ : It's a Wild Weekend
No song in their vast catalogues captures the eclectic, playful and loosey-goosey style of NRBQ better than th [...]
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Track 1 from Wild Weekend
Length: 00:03:27
Year: 1989
Track Description:
No song in their vast catalogues captures the eclectic, playful and loosey-goosey style of NRBQ better than this one. If you saw the episode of the Simpsons whenre Homer parties hard during spring break, you've heard this song.
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9 Spacemen 3 : Honey
This drone-rock masterpeice kicked off what was SM3's greatest album. That organ line alone is worth the price [...]
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Track 1 from Playing With Fire
Length: 00:03:01
Year: 1989
Track Description:
This drone-rock masterpeice kicked off what was SM3's greatest album. That organ line alone is worth the price of admission.
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10 Rush : The Pass
Anybody who still thinks that Rush plays Tolkinesque fantasy-prog (they haven't since the mid-seventies) shoul [...]
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Track 3 from Presto
Length: 00:04:50
Year: 1989
Track Description:
Anybody who still thinks that Rush plays Tolkinesque fantasy-prog (they haven't since the mid-seventies) should give this one a listen.
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11 Bob Dylan : Most of the Time
OK, so the lyric isn't exactly up to snuff, but the atmosphere is dead on (plus, it goes nicely with the last [...]
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Track 6 from Oh Mercy
Length: 00:05:04
Year: 0000
Track Description:
OK, so the lyric isn't exactly up to snuff, but the atmosphere is dead on (plus, it goes nicely with the last song on here). It also warrants its place here due to it's inclusion on the "High Fidelity" soundtarck.
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12 The Stone Roses : I Wanna Be Adored
Blame these dudes for Oasis, Blur, the Verve, Arctic Monkeys and every other halfway-decent band out of the UK [...]
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Track 1 from The Stone Roses
Length: 00:04:52
Year: 1989
Track Description:
Blame these dudes for Oasis, Blur, the Verve, Arctic Monkeys and every other halfway-decent band out of the UK during the last 15 years.
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13 Nine Inch Nails : Head Like A Hole
In which we hear Trent Reznor break industrial to the masses. The songs is still as good as the day it came ou [...]
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Track 1 from Pretty Hate Machine
Length: 00:05:01
Year: 1989
Track Description:
In which we hear Trent Reznor break industrial to the masses. The songs is still as good as the day it came out, because like love, anger is universal and pretty much always works well within the context of a song (if it's properly done, that is).
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14 Metallica : One
This was what seperated Metallica from the rest of the trashers; that progressive edge. An edge that they need [...]
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Track 4 from ...and Justice for All
Length: 00:07:26
Year: 1988
Track Description:
This was what seperated Metallica from the rest of the trashers; that progressive edge. An edge that they need back. Badly.
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there is a goldmine of tunes her. dicktastic.
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a large chunk of this mix kept my best friends & i company in my car during our sophomore/junior years of high school, bravo! now i feel old. but delightfully so.
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Yeah! Alright, Metallica, I know that one... :D

And some others, but too few. Anyway, I wasn't even born in 1989
7/04/07 06:00pm
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Oh I Like this..mhmm, some of the most orgasmic solos - epic, one -mixed with some beyond delicious tunes - stone roses, pixies..mm, this here is aural bliss, I'd say..
1/07/07 06:46am
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