FanDuel - WFBC

December 16, 2006

Sportsfilter CD swap: Break out your gramophone and your soundscriber and put that needle to the autoclave or whatever, because we are exchanging music: Pony Express style. Go to this place for details.

posted by Samsonov14 to navel gazing at 09:56 PM - 151 comments

I still owe someone a CD from wayyyy back. Please remind me who it is, because I feel like shit about it.

posted by dusted at 10:36 PM on December 16

I was in a group with goddam and billsaysthis. I got CDs from them. Were in our group?

posted by NoMich at 07:57 AM on December 17

I'm in -- contributing a funk mix!

posted by lil_brown_bat at 11:33 AM on December 17

I'm in, and I will p00n you n00bs. When's the draft?

posted by DrJohnEvans at 11:37 AM on December 17

I could do this.

posted by chicobangs at 12:15 PM on December 17

(Hope you guys like grindcore!)

posted by chicobangs at 12:18 PM on December 17

So, a guy will punch me in all my faces?

posted by Fat Buddha at 01:25 PM on December 17

Don't question it, FB. And the signup deadline is December 26th.

posted by Samsonov14 at 02:37 PM on December 17

This makes more sense than fantasy golf, so sign me up.

posted by Mr Bismarck at 04:07 PM on December 17

This makes more sense than fantasy golf, so sign me up. That hurts. Can I get Mr. Bismarck so I can send him a William Hung compilation?

posted by YukonGold at 04:29 PM on December 17

Also, to counter point four, I have a Maple Leafs puck signed by Felix Potvin. Do I have to send this too?

posted by Mr Bismarck at 04:38 PM on December 17

I once heard Rocket Man as sung by William Hung. Even a year or two later I still can't describe it.

posted by apoch at 04:46 PM on December 17

That can't be near as good as Biz Markie singing Benny and the Jets, apoch. Then again, what is? I'm in, Sammy. Sorry for dropping the ball on you this time last year (or earlier this year, or whenever that was...it's been a busy year). You need us to shoot you our snail mail addresses?

posted by Ufez Jones at 05:39 PM on December 17

"Evvvverybody loves a polka."

posted by SummersEve at 05:42 PM on December 17

Are the cds supposed to be compilations or can you just copy one of your favorite cds?

posted by bperk at 05:51 PM on December 17

bperk, they should be compiltaions. also it should be something that can be played on a cd player. not just a bunch of mp3s.

posted by goddam at 06:34 PM on December 17

with album art!

posted by lil_brown_bat at 08:24 PM on December 17

Somebody enjoyed my mix from last time, I see. Maybe I can do some off the beaten track yet still commercial 0s and 70s British rock this time.

posted by billsaysthis at 12:44 AM on December 18

I'm in. You may have to allow time for delivery from down here. Plus I'll be in Bali until the 18th of January. My 15 y.o. daughter, however, will assist on the technical side, and CDs will be burned in the next week or so. I'll give her the day off school for this important event. And we both love Radio Birdman. You will, too. Eventually.

posted by owlhouse at 03:23 AM on December 18

Just make sure I get jerseygirl as part of my swap, because then that fantasy I have of us being boyfriend and girlfriend and exchanging mix tapes can finally come true! Perhaps I've said too much. Seriously, though, mine's gonna be loud, fast, and probably offensive in a "white guy who still listens to gangsta rap occasionally" sorf of way.

posted by The_Black_Hand at 05:32 AM on December 18

In like flynn, whoever that is.

posted by garfield at 08:02 AM on December 18

I can't be held personally liable if someone gouges out their eardrums with an ice pick, can I?

posted by MrFrisby at 08:06 AM on December 18

Not only will you be held liable, you'll be punched in the face, twice! (Gee, I hope it's not me with the ice pick.)

posted by apoch at 08:07 AM on December 18

Anybody like South Texas, obscure, country/southern rock?

posted by hawkguy at 08:45 AM on December 18

And we both love Radio Birdman. You will, too. Eventually. I've been a big fan since the '80s. I was working at a record store and one of my co-workers ordered the box set that had all of their records, a cool patch and even the New Race record. It was love at first listen. I gave you a six pack of Stroh's You never drank 'em down You keep drinking Rolling Rock You know I can't hang round

posted by NoMich at 09:28 AM on December 18

Radio Birdman rocks. I'm in, and will try to feed you as much local produce as I can.

posted by qbert72 at 12:01 PM on December 18

i hope you guys like show tunes from the mid-80s.

posted by goddam at 12:10 PM on December 18

I was thinking about Raffi and Laurie Berkner, music for the young (or young at heart).

posted by bperk at 12:24 PM on December 18

We are the dinosaurs, marching, marching...

posted by lil_brown_bat at 12:45 PM on December 18

The last time I got roped into one of these things, I had to tell those fudge packers that I liked Michael Bolton's music. On the other hand, this might be just the excuse I need to finish my "Y" mix. Yanni. Yo Yo Ma. Youssou NDour. Yankovic. Yellowman. Yngwie Malmsteen. YMCA. If I can send it to yerfatma, well, that would just be perfect, wouldn't it?

posted by BullpenPro at 01:30 PM on December 18

Yes.

posted by chicobangs at 02:06 PM on December 18

…Yankovic Al or Frankie?

posted by goddam at 02:17 PM on December 18

Yes. Is that yes as in, that would be perfect, or as in I've seen all good people turn their heads each day so satisfied I'm on my way?

posted by MrFrisby at 02:24 PM on December 18

Would every cover of Big Yellow Taxi ever recorded count as a compilation? Ouch! Hey, what the...Ouch! My Eye! I was just asking, sheesh.

posted by MrFrisby at 02:31 PM on December 18

I don't participate in these things because I don't know nothing about no music. That said, I'm curious... What's the best song/artist/whatever you've been introduced to via one of these swaps? Do you think you would have found it/them/him/her/whatever otherwise? Again, just curious.

posted by 86 at 03:53 PM on December 18

I'm curently working a mix that will be populated exclusively by scientologist musicians. I am just wondering is it still cool to use Lou Rawls and Leonard Cohen on such a mix?

posted by HATER 187 at 03:53 PM on December 18

MrFrisby: Yes, and yes. 86, I can totally answer that. vito90 turned me on to Aesop Rock, for which I shall be ever grateful. Hater, why the hell not. Unless one of the kids from That 70's Show did something, which might edge one of those fly-by-night scientologesques out. (Can you dig it?)

posted by chicobangs at 04:03 PM on December 18

I am just wondering is it still cool to use Lou Rawls and Leonard Cohen on such a mix? I thought there were no rules... so now we have to be cool? Man, now I have to digitize my Big Chill soundtrack...

posted by BullpenPro at 04:10 PM on December 18

You're all asking for an entire CD of Pearl Jam rarities and b-sides.

posted by jerseygirl at 04:51 PM on December 18

there's only one rule bullpen. no Creed.

posted by goddam at 04:55 PM on December 18

I'm in.....4 copies, plus a copy for Fat Buddha, whom I owe from back in the day before (whew!) there was face punching. (FB, is your mailing address still the same?) I dunno if we get any input into the selection? If so, I'm lobbying for lbb's funk mix, please.

posted by smithers at 05:00 PM on December 18

Yeah, vito's disc was awesome. "Fuck You, Lucy" still gets stuck in my head, years later. Having said that, can we do something about the fake vito that signed up recently?

posted by yerfatma at 05:04 PM on December 18

If I can send it to yerfatma, well, that would just be perfect, wouldn't it? And I actually got excited for a moment.

posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 05:07 PM on December 18

I dunno if we get any input into the selection? selections are random, but i like what we did last time. once the mixes are sent, we'll post everyone's track lists. if there's something you like you can make a separate swap with them. i third the awesomeness of vito's mix. i was listening to "fuck you lucy" just this afternoon.

posted by goddam at 05:24 PM on December 18

Yeah, I'll third fourth vito's hip-hop comp as turning me onto some new acts of which I've purchased several CD's. I've actually discovered quite a few new acts from swaps. One of the best I ever received was from Marquis. Chock full of great songs by bands I'd either not heard of or avoided for a variety of reasons, but damn, I still listen to it once or twice year, fully four years after I received it. can we do something about the fake vito that signed up recently? Fake vito? What, like vito91?

posted by Ufez Jones at 05:38 PM on December 18

Jerseygirl Are you talking Lost Dogs rarities or like a live version of Oceans rarities? so now we have to be cool? Dude, I was there for the birth of cool.

posted by HATER 187 at 06:15 PM on December 18

Goddam: is there a link to the track lists?

posted by NoMich at 06:40 PM on December 18

here ya go. the list isn't complete though. (courtesy of billsaysthis)

posted by goddam at 06:55 PM on December 18

Thank Ms. Dam. I think chico won that round just for putting a Dictionaraoke tune in his mix.

posted by NoMich at 07:31 PM on December 18

Wow. Way to pull that one out of thin air, goddam. I'm still kind of proud of that mix. I kinda want to find the master amongst my stacks of CD-R's.

posted by Ufez Jones at 08:52 PM on December 18

Ok, I was a little nervous but after seeing the previous track lists, I'm in.

posted by tron7 at 01:22 PM on December 19

now my mix has to be extra cool.

posted by garfield at 01:37 PM on December 19

Actually, if this week is any indicator, I likely won't have time to get involved.

posted by jerseygirl at 01:54 PM on December 19

Holy crap. Those are some awesome mixes. Glad I already signed up...

posted by Venicemenace at 02:27 PM on December 19

I have never even heard of most of those people. I got nothing from reading those song lists. Never heard of them, never heard of them, never heard of them, Marvin Gaye, never heard of them, never heard of them, never heard of them, Bruce Springsteen, never heard of them, never heard of them, never heard of them, Ray Charles, never heard of them, never heard of them, Eric B. & Rakim, never heard of them, never heard of them.

posted by bperk at 03:07 PM on December 19

try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them, try them you might like them Kind of the point

posted by yerfatma at 03:49 PM on December 19

Who the hell is this Springsteen fellow you're talking about?

posted by The_Black_Hand at 03:52 PM on December 19

Kind of the point Well, yeah, I know that, but it kind of makes me the uncool one when I send out cds with the New Kids on the Block and MC Hammer, right?

posted by bperk at 04:02 PM on December 19

Well, yeah, I know that, but it kind of makes me the uncool one when I send out cds with the New Kids on the Block and MC Hammer, right? Again, it was my understanding that there would be no cool in this debate. I'm already practically done with my mix. I just have to call Tim McCarver and ask him which Wohlberg did that "Good Vibrations" song.

posted by BullpenPro at 04:19 PM on December 19

Who likes emo!?!?1?

posted by tron7 at 05:20 PM on December 19

Cool is for kids in too-tight polo shirts. Fuck that.

posted by yerfatma at 06:41 PM on December 19

Okay, I'm a n00b -- what program should I use to acquire some new music and put together Mac's Classic, Vol. 1?

posted by wfrazerjr at 06:41 PM on December 19

I live in a college town. It seems to me that cool is for kids in two different color Polo golf shirts with the collars up, truckers hats, and aviator sunglasses. It breaks my heart to not beat every one of them when I am at every Kansas basketball game. P.S. fraze.., Itunes is great for any song you need, and the program download is free. The music will cost you .99, but it's legal.

posted by hawkguy at 08:00 PM on December 19

OK, my track list is (almost) set. I'm working on the pacing. Local produce only, and damn near all of it is in French. Ça va botter des culs.

posted by qbert72 at 09:29 PM on December 19

What OS you using, wfrazerjr?

posted by lil_brown_bat at 09:41 PM on December 19

Local produce only, and damn near all of it is in French. Ça va botter des culs. So, no Godspeed You Black Emperor?

posted by NoMich at 08:05 AM on December 20

I've tried to stay away from stuff that's already well known outside Québec. So no Godspeed You Black Emperor, Arcade Fire, Wolf Parade, Corey Hart, Men Without Hats or Gino Vanelli. There is a Unicorns song, though, because I love them too much.

posted by qbert72 at 08:19 AM on December 20

If you're guilty of anything, it's of loving the Unicorns too much. If I made a mix of only local Connecticut bands, I would almost certainly be killed. Unless you really, really liked high school marching bands.

posted by BullpenPro at 08:27 AM on December 20

BPP, allow me to suggest otherwise.

posted by yerfatma at 09:02 AM on December 20

Uh... I think you just sent me a list of New York bands who occasionally come up to Connecticut to see the foliage. Connecticut may be good for a few things, but band development is not high among them.

posted by BullpenPro at 09:32 AM on December 20

However, at the end of that link, yerfatma, is a link to this. I have only barely stopped laughing enough to type this.

posted by BullpenPro at 10:16 AM on December 20

I'm a Windows XP man, God help me. I'm in, with a mix of 80s deep cuts (and a couple you just gotta have on an 80s compilation, don't you know). Does this formally sign me up?

posted by wfrazerjr at 10:24 AM on December 20

a link to this. I have only barely stopped laughing enough to type this. This guy just needs to listen to Mastondon's Blood & Thunder. That'll fix him up. I'm an idiot nerd.

posted by qbert72 at 10:42 AM on December 20

Fer Petessakes fraze, do not use Yahoo! I found this out the hard way. To download the music first you will have to download the Yahoo! music engine. That will totally screw up every single media setting on your computer. It wants to be the Alpha media player. You will spend hours (maybe even days) trying to find all the options and preference settings to switch everything back to their default player.

posted by MrFrisby at 11:07 AM on December 20

It wants to be the Alpha media player. Did you try peeing in your CD drive? That might scare it off.

posted by yerfatma at 11:59 AM on December 20

^^ this totally works!

posted by chicobangs at 12:11 PM on December 20

Really, it did. I just wish I would have unplugged it first.

posted by MrFrisby at 12:24 PM on December 20

I was thinking of just putting in local Byron Shire bands. Q: What do you get if you play New Age music backwards? A: New Age music.

posted by owlhouse at 02:46 PM on December 20

Does iTunes work well on PCs? That's about as noob-friendly as you can get, and it works great on macs.

posted by dusted at 02:51 PM on December 20

iTunes is a piece of shit on a Windows computer. I still use Winamp on my PC and am very happy with it.

posted by NoMich at 03:07 PM on December 20

Tough to buy music through it though.

posted by yerfatma at 03:11 PM on December 20

I don't buy music through the Web, that's why I didn't think of that angle.

posted by NoMich at 03:41 PM on December 20

I just use windows media player. It gets more big-brotherish with every release, but it's free and makes it easy enough to rip and burn.

posted by lil_brown_bat at 03:56 PM on December 20

iTunes will allow you to do everything in the same place: - buy songs - build playlist - burn playlist to Audio CD with minimal hassle. By the way, I've been listening to my mix all day, and it bottes des culs indeed.

posted by qbert72 at 03:56 PM on December 20

I have BellSouth as my ISP. It has something called Webtunes, which is very user and Windows friendly for listening to and buying music. But of course, it's only for Bellsouth ISP customers. For the actual burning though, I use Nero. That's what came with my CD burner and it's pretty easy to use.

posted by MrFrisby at 03:56 PM on December 20

I use iTunes on XP and have no complaints. Kinda geeky, but there's a view where you can browse through albums by the cover-art, kinda like a jukebox, which is kinda neat for parties.

posted by SummersEve at 04:52 PM on December 20

I have iTunes on XP as well and it works quite fine.

posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 05:13 PM on December 20

Also, iTunes will print you an automatic CD cover from a playlist, with track list and cut and fold marks. Handy.

posted by qbert72 at 05:29 PM on December 20

Local produce only, and damn near all of it is in French. Ça va botter des culs. I dig the francophone stuff I've heard out of Montreal. Actually, can I just go ahead and request this mix right now?

posted by tron7 at 05:56 PM on December 20

Second the iTunes comment with XP. p.s. I reaize I dangled a preposition.

posted by hawkguy at 06:10 PM on December 20

Oh snap, I'm in. I'll do a new Hiphop mix. Chico you're on my Christmas list, maybe I can intro you to something new again! PS did you get Aesop's latest, "Fast Cars, Danger, Fire and Knives"?

posted by vito90 at 07:19 PM on December 20

This promises to be pretty fun. Goddam and I have gathered 23 addresses so far, which is not even close to the 50 I promised to the marketing department at AOL, but whatever. Here's some interesting quotes from anonymous swappers so far: "I hope I get something good. This should be better than the "Share Your Speedo" program I belonged to last year." "Bette Midler rules." "I hope everyone loves "Escape (The Piña Colada Song)" as much as I do" "p.s. Avoid grouping me with yerfatma. I've heard all his crappy music already." Huh. This should be interesting. There's still time to sign up. Don't miss out on your chance to listen to whatever garbage your fellow Spofites listen to!

posted by Samsonov14 at 11:18 PM on December 20

vito, I did, and it cooks with gas (the book alone is phenomenal), though I'm nowhere near done taking in "Labor Days" yet. Seriously, I listen to him and think: if I was going to start rhyming, that's exactly how I'd do it. So now? I don't have to. Which totally frees up my day for activities like trying to get out of 13th place in the NHL Pool, or keeping my job, or whatever. vito, if you have something worth checking out, you know I'm all ears. You have so not done me wrong in the past.

posted by chicobangs at 09:58 AM on December 21

happy holidays y'all

posted by garfield at 02:30 PM on December 21

which is not even close to the 50 I promised to the marketing department at AOL Please sell my details to AOL. I need to finish my suit.

posted by Mr Bismarck at 03:26 PM on December 21

Oh cool, Id love to get involved. Saying as such my collectuion consists of OLD oldies. Rodert Johnson, Woody Guthrie, Arlo Guthrie (both relatives), The Weavers, Phil Okes, Other bands and songs of interest include: Neil Young_From Hank to Hendricks Cracker_ Eurotrash Girl Eric Burdon (of the Animales) presents War- Spill the wine. Whose Cadilac is that. House of the rising Sun. Todd Snider-Grunge Rock parady Hermans Hermits_Im Henery the VII I am. 4 Non-Blonds_Whats up. Uriah Heep_Easy LIving Monty Python_Sit on my face. Penis song. Lumberjack Song. Unknown_I kissed a Girl. Camal Walk. GodSmack- Voodoo Pink Floyd albums from Atom Heart Mother to Ummagumma (both live and studio), Dark sibe of the moon, Animals, Momentary laps of reason, Wish you were hear, and The Wall. Live Grateful Dead shows from 1965 to 1995's final shows in Chicago. As well as The Dead show in Atlanta in 2004. I guess a simple yea or nay on any or all songs will help me narrow down the selction of songs, Thanks for any input, Folkways (Jamey, e-mail on profile)

posted by Folkways at 07:05 PM on December 21

Folkways, I think this is where you get to use your artistic license. Go wild in the aisles. working on the Grand Ultimate Funk Mix even as we speak,

posted by lil_brown_bat at 07:18 PM on December 21

Cracker_ Eurotrash Girl For some positive feedback, I love that song.

posted by MrFrisby at 08:14 PM on December 21

I'm wholeheartedly for any and everything Phil Ochs. No idea who Phil Okes is, though. (sorry, I had to..). Am I reading correctly that you're related to the Guthries, though? Nice. Are you an Okie as well? But yeah, it's freeform. Go nuts.

posted by Ufez Jones at 11:03 PM on December 21

I love Arlo Guthrie's Motorcycle Song. I don't know much about his brother/father/cousin/whatever, Woodie except he sang about some resturant and 8x11 glossy photos.

posted by HATER 187 at 11:08 PM on December 21

Ahhh, Labor Days. "I'm stubborn as a thousand born-again's 40 questions"

posted by vito90 at 11:21 PM on December 21

I grew up in Housatonic, Massachusetts, and Arlo Guthrie owned or maybe lived in a property at the end of Van Deusenville road. It was a converted church just a half a mile from the railroad tracks. We would drive past his house on the way back home and if he was outside, we'd yell, "Go back to to Russia, longhair!" Arlo, because he was mowing the lawn or some such and maybe couldn't hear us, and didn't have long hair anyway, would always smile and wave, a little bit confused. Good guy, that Arlo.

posted by Samsonov14 at 11:58 PM on December 21

Or maybe he did have long hair. And maybe we were taunting the landscapers. Whatever.

posted by Samsonov14 at 12:05 AM on December 22

All this Phil Ochs' love. Can I start busting out the "[poster], find yourself another site to be part of"?

posted by yerfatma at 05:54 AM on December 22

We would drive past his house on the way back home and if he was outside, we'd yell, "Go back to to Russia, longhair!" I'm sure you weren't the only ones. I'm surprised he didn't just shout back "You're a queef face, go back to Boston"

posted by YukonGold at 07:24 AM on December 22

I was fortunate enough to work an Arlo Guthrie concert in the late 80s on the campus of SIU-Carbondale. Great show and a great guy to boot. Not nearly as cool as hanging with They Might Be Giants, though.

posted by wfrazerjr at 02:28 PM on December 26

So, it's the 27th...and???

posted by lil_brown_bat at 05:05 PM on December 27

The Guthrie Center owns the church the song Alices Restaurant (all 18 minutes and 17 seconds) of it is based on and is also a true story of it becomeing a family residence for Alice, her husband, and Fasha the dog. In fact for a sum of money you too can join Arlo for a Thanksgiving feast. As for Woody (the father), think "This Land is you Land". One hell of a protest song too bad most recordings of it are trimed down to the more acceptable lyrics for kids to learn and ol' fashon AM radio guidelines. Anyway, WOW its nice to be home after just a bit too much travel. Oh yea, sorry bout the Phil Ochs thing, but geez the guy commited suicide and in my book thats the ultimate in commitment to a cause, be it good or bad.

posted by Folkways at 09:11 PM on December 27

December 28th...AND???

posted by lil_brown_bat at 07:19 AM on December 28

Is panteeze getting to you? STEP OFF THEIR NUTS!!!

posted by qbert72 at 08:06 AM on December 28

What's supposed to be happening on the 27th?

posted by wfrazerjr at 10:03 AM on December 28

What, are we on a time limit here? Is there a CD deadline?

posted by The_Black_Hand at 10:07 AM on December 28

There was a signup deadline of the 26th. I was hoping to get my list of recipients -- my CDs are done and ready to send. Compulsive post-Christmas checking off the to-do list, ya know.

posted by lil_brown_bat at 10:49 AM on December 28

Is there a CD deadline? CDs should be sent out by the 15th. i haven't heard from sammy yet about the groups. we can adjust the due date if need be.

posted by goddam at 10:53 AM on December 28

CDs should be sent out by the 15th. Cool, Tax Day. That way I'll remember to do them. I haven't received any list either, was that supposed to happen already? Did I delete it? Did it go to my spam filter? Dear God, what is happening?!

posted by The_Black_Hand at 03:41 PM on December 28

Yahoo!'s making money, that's what.

posted by qbert72 at 04:09 PM on December 28

Yahoo!'s making money, that's what. ...through the internet tubes.

posted by lil_brown_bat at 04:46 PM on December 28

Sorry, guys. Lists will be sent out either Friday night or Saturday. My apologies. Both the send out deadline and face-punching date will be pushed back a few days. I'll send you all emails when we're ready to rock and/or roll. I miss being unemployed.

posted by Samsonov14 at 07:37 PM on December 28

I'll be using an editing program for my CD, which has a multitrack mixer. This will enable me to add lots of sound clips, drops, sound effects, etc., but will also make it impossible to jump from selection to selection; it'll just be one long track. My question is, will that be too much of a pain in the ass? Should I just scrap the whole idea and do a regular, more traditional "songs only" mix? 'Cause I could do that...it wouldn't be as much fun, but I could do it. Please advise.

posted by The_Black_Hand at 05:35 AM on December 29

You can put indexes even if it's one long track, no? Maybe you need special mastering software for this, I don't know.

posted by qbert72 at 07:41 AM on December 29

I'd take just one long track. Sounds cool.

posted by apoch at 07:43 AM on December 29

Q, I've never used this program that way...if I'm burning a CD using this program, it's usually for a specific piece of audio/video production, and is generally only one cut.

posted by The_Black_Hand at 08:03 AM on December 29

Could you mix down with drops, etc, then break it up? Save it in a couple sections, then burn it. So it's separated but not really separated. Which program?

posted by SummersEve at 08:50 AM on December 29

I say make what you want.

posted by lil_brown_bat at 09:05 AM on December 29

Oh, boy -- then I'm making overnight cinnamon rolls sprinkled with love!

posted by wfrazerjr at 09:29 AM on December 29

I don't think you can send those internationally.

posted by DrJohnEvans at 09:32 AM on December 29

Good suggestion, Vinegar and Water. I'll give that a shot and see what happens. I'd have to mix it down, then cut it up, then put each individual segment into the CD Project Utility, then, hmmm...that might work. I'm using Adobe Audition.

posted by The_Black_Hand at 10:27 AM on December 29

I think it's okay if the love is ultra-pasteurized, DrJohn.

posted by tselson at 10:54 AM on December 29

It could have some foreign insects nestled inside.

posted by Ying Yang Mafia at 11:20 AM on December 29

or drugs

posted by YukonGold at 11:59 AM on December 29

Two words: coffee grounds. It throws off the drug sniffing dogs. I saw it on Beverly Hills Cop, so it must be true.

posted by MrFrisby at 12:05 PM on December 29

T_B_H: look here, starting at "Insert Markers".

posted by qbert72 at 02:53 PM on December 29

I saw it on Beverly Hills Cop Is this the man who...wrecked the buffet at the Harrow Club this morning?

posted by The_Black_Hand at 03:05 PM on December 29

I ain't fallin' for no banana in the tailpipe. TBH, looks like you may have a solution to your problem already, but if you get stuck and have QuickTime Pro you can import the mixed-down clip into there index it.

posted by BullpenPro at 04:18 PM on December 29

I really like Mr Bismarck's suit, by the way.

posted by qbert72 at 05:12 PM on December 29

I don't smoke Lucky Strikes man, I smoke King-Sized Kents!

posted by YukonGold at 05:46 PM on December 29

ok, teams are set and posted here. emails with addresses and such will be sent shortly.

posted by goddam at 10:52 PM on December 29

Team Otis Nixon is gonna straight up murder your ass.

posted by qbert72 at 11:37 PM on December 29

Or at least booty bump it. Is this a contest? I'm on two teams, and I'm not sure who to play harder for. I mean, Otis liked the smell of it and all, but shit, Patrick could've used an old paper towel roll. Now I know how Roger Clemens feels each April May late June.

posted by Ufez Jones at 12:09 AM on December 30

Why am I on Mike Ricci's team? Are you trying to say I'm ugly?

posted by MrFrisby at 10:47 AM on December 30

Naw, Frizzy, they're all just jealous of your bodacious hair.

posted by chicobangs at 01:26 PM on December 30

Awwwwright, I'm on Patrick Ewing's team? That just has to mean free lap dances at Scores!

posted by wfrazerjr at 01:31 PM on December 30

Team Mike Ricci is gonna straight up---wait a goddamned minute here! Damn you qbert, damn you to hell! KHAAAANNNNNN!

posted by The_Black_Hand at 02:02 PM on December 30

Team Iain Dowie is spot on for me, argumentative and unemployed.

posted by billsaysthis at 02:02 PM on December 30

The first draft of my playlist is posted as an iMix for Team Dowie to review and request refinement, though of course subject to songs I have available: http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewIMix?id=210985536

posted by billsaysthis at 07:01 PM on December 30

Who the hell is Wayne Rooney?

posted by lil_brown_bat at 07:44 PM on December 30

lbb, did your Google break, or am I missing an attempt at humor?

posted by billsaysthis at 08:55 PM on December 30

don't request refinement, bill. surprise us. that being said, you put the "cowboy song" on your last spofi mix.

posted by goddam at 12:48 AM on December 31

Oops, it will be replaced ;)

posted by billsaysthis at 07:44 PM on December 31

Wait'll Otis sees us. He LOVES us.

posted by BullpenPro at 11:52 AM on January 01

OK, TEAM MIKE RICCI, I hope your hair is long and your baggies aren't full of shake 'cause yer gonna go rockin! I'll get my CDs out on Thursday. Hopefully.

posted by NoMich at 09:18 PM on January 02

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