Hey listeners!
It’s so good to be back in misty and picturesque Oakland again! Now that I’m here again I’m starting to think about the holidays (I know, only 400 shopping days ’til xmas…).
Since I hear so much music during the year, I like to put together a holiday compilation for my friends: weird stuff, the unusual, and the songs that really grabbed me during the last year.
I have a pretty good idea of what I’ll be putting on this year’s comp to tell the story of my past year. I’m wondering how you listeners would tell the story of your year in songs.
Anyone care to share the songs that hit you in the past year? The songs that maybe resurfaced after years of dormancy in your life? Your 2007 mixtape? I would love to hear….


  1. ashley
    November 04, 2007 at 6:41am
    hey wuts up person???
  2. Kevin Archibald
    November 04, 2007 at 6:18pm
    Here's my trancey/housey mix, although not perfectly ordered: Arksun - Arisen O'Callaghan & Kearney - Exactly Kuffdam & Plant - Dream Makers (Original Mix) M.I.K.E. - Voices From the Inside (M.I.K.E.'s Progressiva Mix) Mannix vs. Kaymak - World Gone Mad Stoneface & Terminal - Venus Alt + F4 - Alt + F4 Mono - Rise Tilt - The World Doesn't Know Orbital - Tunnel Vision Perry O'Neill - Wave Force Gabriel & Dresden - Arcadia Acquaviva & Maddox - Feedback Astral Projection - Another world (floorplay remix) Juno Reactor - Man To Ray The Thrillseekers - Newlife (Original Mix) Scott Mac - Twilight (Jelle Faber Remix) Fictivision vs. Phynn - Escape (Phynn Mix) Sasha - Xpander Active Sight - The Search For Freedom Super 8 - Alba Oceanlab - Satellite (Original Above & Beyond Remix) Reflekt - Need to feel loved Motorcycle - As The Rush Comes (Sweeping Strings Remix) Dogzilla - Without You Yilmaz Altanhan - Eighties (Ozgur Can Remix) Legowelt - Disco Rout Nikki B & Christian E.F.F.E - I Remember (Solar Groovy Mix) Depeche Mode - People are People (Giuseppe D's Radioactive Club Mix) Alex Stealthy - Something is wrong John Digweed - Lie to Me (Freestyleman Thirsty Monk Dub) Margot Meets The Melody Maker - Torch (Extrawelt Remix) Jody Wisternoff - Cold Drink, Hot Girl (Original Mix) Carl A. Finlow - Polygon Girl Metope - Libertango Art of Trance - Killamanjaro (Adam Dived Remix) John Digweed - Warung Beach (Lutzenkirchen Remix) Phonique - For The Time Being (Alexkid's Cold Remix) Undo - Mirrorball Mysterymen - Is It Real Mathew Johnson - Marionette Boards of Canada - Music is Math Frequency - Return To The Masters (Antix Mix) Tiesto - Nyana Progression - Technophobia Solarstone - Release Something that didn't fit in, but seems perfect for these Celebrities Gone Wild times: Pet Shop Boys' "Flamboyant".
  3. Elise Acredolo
    November 04, 2007 at 8:33pm
    Hey, so, I have an idea: On the site, there's generally terminology when I ask, "Why is this song playing?", such as "punk influences", or "minor key tonality". What about making a checklist thing that let's the user click what they want to be included in their station? Also, any way to get moods into the selection process? Sometimes I'm looking for intense music, others I'm looking for laid back or whatever. It'd be good to be able to find a way to add... Dare I say, emotions? To the process. :] THANK YOUS.
  4. Michael Zapruder
    November 05, 2007 at 11:10am
    hey elise - thanks for those ideas - I'm passing them along to the rest of the crew here for general absorption. stay tuned... cheers, mz
  5. Roman
    November 06, 2007 at 1:28am
    The revelations: Group - The Clique (and a to a bit lesser extent - The Guess Who) - thanks Pandora! Song - Pregghero [Stand By Me] - Adriano Celentano - found on blogmusik The resurfacings: Group - The Searchers - thanks Pandora! Song - Voulez Vous Dancez - Ricci e Poveri (again blogmusik) And I do miss a good station for Italian music of mid-80s (San Remo etc.) .
  6. imaole
    November 14, 2007 at 4:33am
    so good, thank you!!!
  7. kim
    November 20, 2007 at 8:38pm
    The songs on my list are the most wow ones for me.

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