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BurtSampson
01-08-2008, 10:55 PM
Out of my procrastination came the desire to make a playlist arranging MCIS in its Vinyl song order, and I was wondering what your thoughts were as to which was the better tracklisting.

Rickpat12
01-08-2008, 11:01 PM
Hmm, it's been awhile since my last vinyl listening but I've alwyas been particular of the album version. I love the 1-2-3 punch of Ruby/Stumbline/XYU

Frankenstein
01-08-2008, 11:06 PM
Side One

1. Dire Wolf
2. The Race Is On
3. Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie
4. It Must Have Been The Roses

Side Two

1. Dark Hollow
2. China Doll
3. Been All Around This World
4. Monkey And The Engineer
5. Jack-A-Roe

Side Three

1. Deep Elem Blues
2. Cassiey
3. To Lay Me Down

Side Four

1. Rosalie McFall
2. On The Road Again
3. Bird Song
4. Ripple

Rickpat12
01-08-2008, 11:07 PM
Side One

1. Dire Wolf
2. The Race Is On
3. Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie
4. It Must Have Been The Roses

Side Two

1. Dark Hollow
2. China Doll
3. Been All Around This World
4. Monkey And The Engineer
5. Jack-A-Roe

Side Three

1. Deep Elem Blues
2. Cassiey
3. To Lay Me Down

Side Four

1. Rosalie McFall
2. On The Road Again
3. Bird Song
4. Ripple

You know your response to this was to the Metro DVD right?

Frankenstein
01-08-2008, 11:14 PM
You know your response to this was to the Metro DVD right?

yeah radio city music hall

jack-a-roe and it must have been the roses were <b>amazing!</b>

redbull
01-08-2008, 11:24 PM
Side One

1. Dire Wolf
2. The Race Is On
3. Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie
4. It Must Have Been The Roses

Side Two

1. Dark Hollow
2. China Doll
3. Been All Around This World
4. Monkey And The Engineer
5. Jack-A-Roe

Side Three

1. Deep Elem Blues
2. Cassiey
3. To Lay Me Down

Side Four

1. Rosalie McFall
2. On The Road Again
3. Bird Song
4. Ripple
these songs all suck actually. Where is Candyman?

redbull
01-08-2008, 11:25 PM
also the mcis vinyl has six sides

BurtSampson
01-08-2008, 11:33 PM
Oh, here's the Vinyl Tracklisting.

Side one: Dawn

1. "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness" – 2:52
2. "Tonight, Tonight" – 4:14
3. "Thirty-Three" – 4:10
4. "In the Arms of Sleep" – 4:12
5. "Take Me Down" (Iha) – 2:52

Side two: Tea Time

1. "Jellybelly" – 3:01
2. "Bodies" – 4:12
3. "To Forgive" – 4:17
4. "Here Is No Why" – 3:45
5. "Porcelina of the Vast Oceans" – 9:21

Side three: Dusk

1. "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" – 4:18
2. "Thru the Eyes of Ruby" – 7:38
3. "Muzzle" – 3:44
4. "Galapogos" – 4:47
5. "Tales of a Scorched Earth" – 3:46

Side four: Twilight

1. "1979" – 4:25
2. "Beautiful" – 4:18
3. "Cupid de Locke" – 2:50
4. "By Starlight" – 4:48
5. "We Only Come Out at Night" – 4:05

Side five: Midnight

1. "Where Boys Fear to Tread" – 4:22
2. "Zero" – 2:41
3. "Fuck You (An Ode to No One)" – 4:51
4. "Love" – 4:21
5. "X.Y.U." – 7:07

Side six: Starlight

1. "Stumbleine" – 2:54
2. "Lily (My One and Only)" – 3:31
3. "Tonite Reprise" – 2:40
4. "Farewell and Goodnight" (Corgan/Iha) – 4:22
5. "Infinite Sadness" – 4:02

T&T
01-09-2008, 04:26 AM
billy should consider writting a tripple album
wouldn't be too dificult to make it the "best selling tripple album of all time"

has mcis outsold "the wall"? US? world wide?

Cool As Ice Cream
01-09-2008, 05:38 AM
and I was wondering what your thoughts were as to which was the better tracklisting.

oh boy i don't know