Thursday, February 9, 2017

CD14 - TORRENT14L FANTAS14 - Track Listing

OK - so CD 14 is out now. The tracks are:


Track No. Title Artist
1 Standin' In The Rain ELO
2 Reign U.N.K.L.E feat. Ian Brown
3 Set Fire To The Rain Adele
4 Rhythm Of The Rain The Cascades
5 English Summer Rain Placebo
6 Only Happy When It Rains Garbage
7 Well I Wonder The Smiths
8 John Kettley Is A Weatherman A Tribe Of Toffs
9 High Weather Lily & Meg
10 Snow (Hey Oh) Red Hot Chili Peppers
11 The Irish Girl June Tabor
12 Le Vent Nous Portera Noir D├ęsir
13 London Thunder Foals
14 Hurricane Panic! At The Disco
15 Shelter From The Storm Bob Dylan
16 Sunshine Keane
17 Beautiful Day U2
18 Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days Of Summer Nat King Cole

1njustic3 Considerations

Before posting anything about CD 14, I thought I'd share my shortlist of tracks for CD13, in no particular order:


The Fix, Elbow - This is a really good track, and on topic, but it didn't quite sparkle enough for me to choose it - featuring Sheffield's own Richard Hawley on vocals, as well as Guy Garvey.


Where Is The Love? - Black Eyed Peas Despite being perhaps a little twee, I can't help myself from liking this song - it kind of won me over against my will.


Graffiti Limbo - Michelle Shocked Contains the lyrics: 'Graffiti Limbo, Where do you go? Graffiti Limbo, When there ain't no justice'. Highly appropriate, but didn't make it because I've put a Michelle Shocked track on previously.


Moonlight Shadow - Mike Oldfield Not really about injustice. I was going to claim he was shot six times by a man on the run as being fairly unjust. It's not going to be new to anyone, but its a song that I love.


Luka - Suzanne Vega I think this was on Simon's shortlist too. I steered clear because Suzanne Vega had made a previous appearance.


The Trial - Pink Floyd I don't think I would have put this on, or a cover version I (and Howard) have (has) of it, but I like it a lot and would have derived a strange kind of pleasure from hearing people who weren't familiar with it, or its context grumbling, about it.


You Oughta Know - Alanis Morissette Considered because it contains the phrase 'It's not fair' but rejected because of the family unfriendly expletive.


Syrup and Sour Grapes - Cud Opens with the line 'There's no justice no more'. Rejected because I've put Cud on in the past.


Just A Girl - No Doubt I love the track and it's about sexism. I could possibly have put it on if my James track didn't win me over.


People are People - Depeche Mode Considered as it's about prejudice, but rejected because its too well known.


Getting Away With It - Electronic I really like the song - not much more to say really.


Out Of Line - The Bravery Good, but perhaps not massively unjust.


Bloodsport For All - Carter USM A great song about the bullying and subsequent suicide of a black soldier in the Coldstream guards - rejected because Carter USM have been on previously.


Kiss That Wealth Goodbye - Exmagician A good song from a new band I like. I probably disregarded it because I didn't think it would have mass appeal.


Gangsta's Paradise - Coolio I am not a fan of Hip Hop / Rap at all, but this song's quality manages to cut through my prejudice. Again - probably too well know to warrant selection.


The Partisan - Leonard Cohen I was tempted to put this on to commemorate Leonard Cohen, and because half of it is in French, I thought people might think it was Franck's choice.


First We Take Manhattan - R.E.M. I think I may have considered this for the Co7ers CD - it's a great cover of a great song, but R.E.M. have been on before.