get someone to keep us company

It's mix time again!

This year was a little tricky for a few reasons. One: while albums as a whole were a bit disappointing in 2009, plenty of individual tracks shone through and it was tough to not only pick the best to go together but also getting them to play nicely with each other. Two: formatting was a bitch this year with plenty of stuff being either digital- or vinyl-only so trying to find the best possible source for a track proved kind of tricky. And three: the effing loudness wars - seriously, it is getting a bit ridiculous. Check it:


Really? Shouldn't Trent and/or someone in Jane's Addiction know better? For shame.

Anyways, so getting it all to sound good when put in a row was tough and I'm sure it could be better, but there you go.

Anyways, get someone to keep us company:

01 Little Boots - New In Town
single from the LP 'Hands'
02 V.V. Brown - Game Over
single from the LP 'Travelling Like The Light'
03 La Roux - Tigerlily
should've been single from the self-titled LP
04 Dragonette - Liar
highlight from the LP 'Fixin To Thrill'
05 The Hidden Cameras - Mind, Matter and Waste
from the "In The NA" EP and the only worthwhile thing to come out of the 'Origin: Orphan' debacle
06 The Sound of Arrows - Into the Clouds
remix of Freemonster's single of 2009
07 The Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition
single from the LP 'Conditions'
08 The Big Pink - Stop the World
non-album single, though why it wasn't on the album is beyond me
09 The Breeders - Fate to Fatal
EP title track
10 Charlotte Hatherley - White
single from the LP 'New Worlds'
11 Jane's Addiction - Whores
2009 studio recording of a 20+ year old live only track
12 Kasabian - Where Did All The Love Go?
single from the LP 'West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum'
13 Ash - Arcadia
the "C" single from the A-Z singles project
14 Sugababes - Thank You For The Heartbreak
essentially the Sugababes goodbye single
15 Pet Shop Boys - The way it used to be [Richard X Mix]
remix from the "Did you see me coming?" 12"
16 Annie - Songs Remind Me Of You
single from the finally released LP 'Don't Stop'

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