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    Dry: Hair
    Rid Of Me: Highway '61 Revisited
    To Bring You My Love: I Think I'm A Mother
    Is This Desire: The River
    Stories: This Mess We're In
    Uh Huh Her: Cat On The Wall
    White Chalk: Grow Grow Grow
    Let England Shake: All And Everyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by natural high View Post
    Dress
    Ecstasy
    Easy
    Send His Love To Me
    Maniac
    Lost Fun Zone
    The Sky Lit Up
    We Float
    You Come Through
    White Chalk
    Cracks In The Canvas
    The Colour of The Earth

    not easy thing to do
    *clutches pearls*


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    Happy and Bleeding
    Man-Size Sextet
    Easy
    Teclo
    Girl
    Electric Light
    Horses in My Dreams
    The Slow Drug
    Broken Harp
    Passionless, Pointless
    The Colour of the Earth

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    Dry: Hair (it's the only song I can't remember!)
    Rid of Me: Highway '61 Revisited
    4 Track Demos: M-Bike
    To Bring You My Love: Long Snake Moan
    Is This Desire?: The River (I actually don't really like this song)
    Stories: The Whores Hustle
    Uh Huh Her: Cat on the Wall (easy!)
    White Chalk: The Devil (the first live version we heard, prior to the release, was so amazing that this was a huge let down)
    Let England Shake: All and Everyone (in fact, I deleted it soon after I heard it)
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    I'm pretty sure he said "Killdren". Stone's Avatar
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    Remove? I don't know. I'll try replacing with a b-side.


    Foutain (replaced by Oh, My Lover Demo)
    Missed (Replaced by Daddy)
    Sorry. Cannot replace or remove a song from TBYML. I would probably add Darling Be There between I Think I'm a Mother and Send His Love to Me. Or Lying in the Sun at the very end.
    Girl (replaced by Losing Ground)
    The Garden (replaced by Sweeter Than Anything. Although I do love this album from start to finish)
    You Said Something (replaced by This Wicked Tongue. No contest. Her weakest track imo). Maybe add Kick it to the Ground at the end.
    No Child of Mine (replaced by Dance. Or Stone)
    Before Departure (I don't like any of the b-sides from this era, even though I think this is her second strongest album)
    Bitter Branches (replaced by The Guns Called Me Back Again. Although, just how great is The Nightingale?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by menju56 View Post
    *clutches pearls*

    I know
    it's because I'm a little bored to listen to them
    but I can replace them with
    Sheela-Na-Gig
    Long Snake Moan
    Before Departure

    I didn't choose any cover or B-side on purpose
    except for THE B-SIDES promo for To Bring You My Love
    but if we can, it will be an easier pick
    Last edited by natural high; 10-09-2012 at 06:48 PM.

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    Ridiculously difficult.

    Dry: Fountain
    Rid of Me: Highway '61 Revisited
    To Bring You My Love: Long Snake Moan
    Dance Hall At Louse Point: Un Cercle Autour du Soleil
    Is This Desire?: The Wind
    Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea: We Float
    Uh Huh Her: Cat On The Wall (the only PJH album track I've ever deleted from my iTunes)
    White Chalk: Before Departure
    A Woman A Man Walked By: Passionless, Pointless (In doing this exercise I realized how strong this is as a complete work)
    Let England Shake: The Colour of the Earth
    Last edited by hex object; 10-10-2012 at 11:21 PM.

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    Joe
    Man-Size Sextet
    Working for the Man
    The Wind
    The Whores Hustle and the Hustlers Whore
    Cat on the Wall
    Broken Harp
    Written on the Forehead

    Girl
    The Chair

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    Quote Originally Posted by rubidoux View Post
    This is hard!

    D: O Stella
    RoM: Rub 'til It Bleeds
    TBYML: Working for the Man
    ITD: The Wind
    SftCSftS: The Whores Hustle and the Hustlers Whore
    UHH: Cat on the Wall
    WC: To Talk to You
    LES: Hanging in the Wire

    I had no big problems choosing a song from SftCSftS and UHH, but the rest was pretty hard. I still like these tracks, they're just not as strong as the best ones.
    I already hate myself for that post but I'm going to stick to it and write plausible replacements, since some people have already done it:

    D: no real B-sides, so no possible replacements really
    RoM: the cover of Howling Wolf's "Wang Dang Doodle" would fit the album, as would "Naked Cousin"
    TBYML: probably "Lying in the Sun" or a studio version of "Goodnight"
    DHaLP: remove "Girl", add "Losing Ground"
    ITD: well, "Rebecca" is a glorious ballad that I've always wished would be included on the album
    SftCSftS: hard to choose, since many B-sides were better than some of the tracks on the album but I'll go with "Memphis"
    UHH: same as above - I really liked some of the B-sides from that era; it depends on my mood - today I'd choose "The Falling"
    WC: again - no real B-sides (all were from other eras)
    AWaMWB: remove "The Chair" but there are no real B-sides to replace it for this one as well
    LES: "The Guns Called Me Back Again" is one of my favs from this era

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    Well, Goodnight was previously released on 4-Track-Demos...But I agree, it would also fit on TBYML

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    I WISH the 1995 live versions of "Goodnight" and "Hardly Wait" were recorded and released as B-sides! They were amazing and I think they fit the theme of TBYML.

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    This was very, very challenging.

    Dry - Happy and Bleeding
    Rid of Me - Highway '61 Revisited
    To Bring You My Love - C'mon Billy
    Is This Desire? - A Perfect Day Elise
    Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea - This Mess We're In
    Uh Huh Her - The End
    White Chalk - The Piano
    Let England Shake - The Glorious Land

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    I'm pretty sure he said "Killdren". Stone's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfie View Post
    This was very, very challenging.

    Dry - Happy and Bleeding
    Rid of Me - Highway '61 Revisited
    To Bring You My Love - C'mon Billy
    Is This Desire? - A Perfect Day Elise
    Stories from the City, Stories from the Sea - This Mess We're In
    Uh Huh Her - The End
    White Chalk - The Piano
    Let England Shake - The Glorious Land
    Have you seen a doctor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone View Post
    Have you seen a doctor?
    No - other people have removed M-Bike, Electric Light, Dress, Broken Harp, No Girl So Sweet, Meet Ze Monsta and Passionless, Pointless, so I think I'm probably one of the last who needs to see a doctor.

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