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Singles 1 - 12 (Changing The Order Of The Songs)
« on: January 17, 2018, 04:12:24 PM »
Someone once here mentioned they programmed a different track order of these two cds. I think it was by starting with the first disc track one, then going to disc two track one, and alternating the odd numbers until you run out. Then do the same thing with the even numbers and you got a different playlist to listen to. It would look like:

Lexicon Devil                                                           
In The Rain
Way Of The World
The Bloat
It's Shoved
Nasty Dogs And Funky Kings
How --++-- Harry Launders Walking Stick Tree
Double Troubled
Spread Eagle
All At Once
Fast Forward
Forgotten Principles
Theresa Screams

Listening to these songs in this order now

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Re: Singles 1 - 12 (Changing The Order Of The Songs)
« Reply #1 on: January 18, 2018, 12:10:12 AM »
Change the order of the songs? Most definitely. Drop %60 of the songs altogether because they feel like filler? Even moreso.
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Re: Singles 1 - 12 (Changing The Order Of The Songs)
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2018, 07:30:25 PM »
Yeah this was my idea.

In hindsight meezer is probably more on track. The a sides should have been

HDYF, Lexicon Devil, Jacksonville, Specimen, GGIIBBBBYY, Poison, Fast Forward, Dallas, In The Rain, Theresa Screams, Theme, and whatever the last cover tune is. Anything that's an alternate version of a previous album track should have been relegated to the B-side. The version of "It's Shoved" here is pretty good, but not enough to unseat the Bullhead version.
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