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"Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26"
 
   Rather than the usual sort of teaser for Hunted Rose, I thought I'd post the playlist to the Art of Noise's last show of the school year in Toronto (as alluded to in Hogtown Rhapsody). Think of it as sort of a Symphony meta-soundtrack/image collection to date.

TARDIS Records presents:

The Art of Noise
Man, It's So Loud in Here:
Live in Toronto 2405.03.26

Disc One

Preliminary Noodling
1. Weep For
(Toshihiko Sabashi, Big-O! Original Sound Score)
2. Batman Beyond Main Title
(Kristopher Carter, Batman Beyond Original Soundtrack)

First Set: Hello, Toronto!
3. Higher Place
(Journey, Arrival)
4. Guitar Was the Case
(Mono Puff, Unsupervised)
5. Joyride (I Saw the Film)
(Tribe, Abort)
6. Always With Me, Always With You (Live)
(Joe Satriani, Live in San Francisco)
7. Old Time Rock & Roll
(Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Greatest Hits)
8. Politically Correct
(SR-71, Now You See Inside)
9. Ondine
(They Might Be Giants, Back to Skull)
10. Time Won't Let Me
(The Smithereens, Blown to Smithereens)
11. Don't Stop Believin'
(Journey, Escape)

First Break: Kaitlyn Shows Off
12. Run Down
(Toshihiko Sabashi, Big-O! Original Sound Score)
13. Geoff Downes - Keyboards
(Asia, Live in Moscow)

Second Set: What Are YOU Doing Here?!?!
14. Girls With Guns
(Tommy Shaw, Girls With Guns)
15. Blue Monday
(Orgy, Candyass)
16. Crazy Train (Live)
(Ozzy Osbourne, Tribute)
[NOTE: For the love of God, not the version on Live & Loud.]
17. Getting Better
(The Beatles, Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band)
18. Man, It's So Loud in Here (Hot 2002 Mix)
(They Might Be Giants, online; original version on Mink Car)
19. One Big Rush (Live)
(Joe Satriani, Live in San Francisco)
20. Behind the Wall of Sleep
(The Smithereens, Blown to Smithereens)
21. Marionette
(Mami Nishikaku, Marionette)
[NOTE: This is the ED from Transformers: Car Robots, which is only available in its full version as a single. The TV-size version is on the CR OST.]
22. Sold Me Down the River
(The Alarm, Change)

Disc Two

Third Set: Not For Anyone We Know
1. I Think I Like It
(Boston, Third Stage)
2. Smooth
(Santana, Supernatural)
3. Kryptonite
(3 Doors Down, Better Life)
4. Non-Toxic
(SR-71, Now You See Inside)
5. Go Faster
(The Black Crowes, By Your Side)
6. They Got Lost (Live)
(They Might Be Giants, Severe Tire Damage)
7. Big Bad Moon (Live)
(Joe Satriani, Live in San Francisco
8. Hyperactive!
(Thomas Dolby, Retrospectacle)
9. King of Emotion
(Big Country, The Best of Big Country)

Special Guest Star Joe Graf
10. The Crush of Love (Live)
(Joe Satriani, Live in San Francisco)

Fourth Set: My God, We're Still Playing
11. Heavy Fuel (Live)
(Dire Straits, On the Night
12. I Don't Want Your Love
(Duran Duran, Decade)
13. I'm a Believer
(Smash Mouth, Shrek Original Soundtrack)
14. Right Now
(SR-71, Now You See Inside)
15. To Be Alive Again
(Journey, Arrival)
16. I Wanna Be Sedated
(The Ramones All the Stuff... And Then Some)
17. Friends (Live)
(Joe Satriani, Live in San Francisco)
18. Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24)
(Savatage, Dead Winter Dead)

Encore: OK, One More
19. 99 Red Balloons
(Goldfinger, Stomping Ground)

--G.
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  RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26 Fanatic Sep-28-01 1
     RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26 Gryphonadmin Sep-28-01 2
         RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26 Polychrome Sep-29-01 4
             RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26 Fanatic Oct-01-01 6
         RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26 Zenigame Oct-02-01 7
             RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26 Gryphonadmin Oct-02-01 8
  RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26 JeanneHedge Sep-28-01 3
     RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26 Gryphonadmin Sep-29-01 5

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1. "RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26"
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   Nice...
that'll on sale for less then 30 bucks right?
Uhm dumb question..
Their playing Toronto, how come there isn't any Canadian bands being covered?
IIRC BNL is from Toronto. And Rush is the de facto Rock gods there.
Last time I was there I think I saw about 5 traveling minstruls trying to do Rush justice..
Patrick
once apon a time I started writing this fic with music as a subplot and I came up with this freaky version of "Nothing Else Matters"


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2. "RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26"
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   >Their playing Toronto, how come there isn't any Canadian bands being
>covered?

Keep in mind that, in the UF universe, most of these songs aren't covers, they're Kaitlyn and the band's compositions. The Art of Noise don't play all that many covers.

--G.
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4. "RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26"
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   >>Their playing Toronto, how come there isn't any Canadian bands being
>>covered?
>
>Keep in mind that, in the UF universe, most of these songs
>aren't covers, they're Kaitlyn and the band's compositions.
>The Art of Noise don't play all that many covers.

Ah, so they're not covering The Monkees?

Polychrome


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6. "RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26"
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   >Ah, so they're not covering The Monkees?
>
>Polychrome

You know that Neil Diamond wrote that song, right?
Patrick


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7. "RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26"
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   Gryphon wrote:

Keep in mind that, in the UF universe, most of these songs aren't covers, they're Kaitlyn and the band's compositions. The Art of Noise don't play all that many covers.

That reminds me of a question I've been meaning to ask for a while: of the many many pop culture and anime references that have appeared in UF, what's the ratio of 'things that are known as fiction to the Eyrie Core' (for instance, Dirty Pair the show) to 'things that exist in the Eyrie Universe' (for instance, the Gamilons)? (I'm assuming both categories are too large to be readily enumerated, but if almost everything falls into (I'm assuming further) the second category, I'd enjoy a list of the first.) Also, how many things exist in both forms (for instance, the fictional Dirty Pair having been made real by CLULESS), and of the latter, how many were not deliberate efforts by those who'd seen the fiction to make it reality, if any? (Again, if any of these categories are small enough to easily list, I'd enjoy that, but I'll be satisfied with ballpark ratios; I'd rather have you writing, after all, than counting things.)

--Zenigame, who's expecting an answer of 'some to lots, some, and a couple', but has been wrong before


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8. "RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26"
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   >(I'm
>assuming both categories are too large to be readily enumerated,

Yes.

Plus there's a lot of weird metafictional overlap.

Plus there's that self-correcting-universe thing where items that were fictional and have become real because of the transfiction effect are slowly forgotten to have been fictional before really existing, so that the universe's belief level doesn't erode too badly.

Plus it's a big pain in the butt to calculate that.

--G.
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3. "RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26"
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   What, no "kiss this guy" song? ;)

Regards,
Jeanne
(who recently heard Purple Haze and whose subconscious adjusted the lyrics before the rest of her brain realized it)

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5. "RE: Playlist: Live in Toronto 2405.03.26"
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   >What, no "kiss this guy" song? ;)

Turns out Joe doesn't know it.

--G.
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