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zacksfansite ®

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Post 05-Aug-2008 09:36

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This may seem a little pointless to do but I like assembling playlists and making "false albums".
I was wondering if anyone could help me assemble a collection of songs that could sound as if it was an album released between The Smiths and Meat is Murder eras.
Almost to the point where the album sounds as if it clashes between each album's sound (despite MIM's very diverse nature there was a sort of signature element to it).
I feel as if these should be included.
William, It Was Really Nothing
How Soon Is Now? (Not acknowledging the US release of MIM)
Shakespeare's Sister
London
Girl Afraid
Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now
Accept Yourself
Thanks.
And forgive my slight ignorance of The Smiths that i still do carry.
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Post 05-Aug-2008 22:41 (after 13 hours)

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London was from a long time after Meat Is Murder, Accept Yourself from before The Smiths so i'd not pick those tracks.
Strange concept anyway.
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