Suggest-a-song! or Fit the mix!

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  1. North

    North Auditioning

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    Fellow music freaks, just burning a mix here for the car...any ideas for ONE SONG (or songs if you have the time) that would fit this mix?

    The criteria is:

    - solid crunchy guitars
    - cool changes in tempo
    - Old/New---don't care

    Here's what I have so far. "Instead of's", and suggestions of changes to the order are welcome:

    Song #
    1) Everythings Zen---Bush
    2) Money City Maniacs---Sloan
    3) Cold hard Bitch---Jet
    4) Boulevard of Broken Dreams---Greenday
    5) Machinehead---Bush
    8) Poets---The Tragically Hip
    6) ??
    7) ??
    9) ??
    10) ??
    11) ??
    12) ??
    13) ??
    14) ??
    15) ??


    N.
     
  2. Chris Stainton

    Chris Stainton Second Unit

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    "Rocket Queen" by Guns N' Roses
     
  3. Carl Miller

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    Rusty Cage-- Soundgarden. Absolutely love the tempo change late in that song.
     
  4. Yee-Ming

    Yee-Ming Producer

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    "Layla" by Derek & the Dominos must have the most extreme "change", going from that racuous guitar to the soft coda. Not sure it's your thing, though.

    GN'R's "November Rain" goes from slow to fast. Bit bombastic, though.
     
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    Smashing Pumpkins - Hummer from Siamese Dream Plenty of distorted, melodic James Iha guitar for you and a pretty big tempo change - slow but loud to mellow. One of my favorite non-radio songs from them. Soma off the same album is sort of the opposite - starts quiet, explodes to loud, then ends back at the original tempo. One of my all time favorite albums for all those mood swings and that heavily distorted Iha sound.

    Coldplay - Amsterdam off A Rush of Blood to the Head. Starts soft and build up some steam.
     
  6. Ryan L. Bisasky

    Ryan L. Bisasky Second Unit

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    listen to won't get fooled again by the who. the mix on that song is outstanding.
    and for a tempo change, how about "la woman" by the doors.
     
  7. Jon_Are

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    Dire Straits - Money for Nothing.

    As crunchy as it gets.

    Jon
     

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