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"Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
 
   CSI: New Avalon Volume One

1. Not Listening
Papa Roach, Getting Away With Murder (2004)

Remarks: Good fight scene music, not that there are a lot of those in CSI. The title of the album it comes from is also oddly apropos.

2. Walk on Water
Men Without Hats, Pop Goes the World (1987)

Remarks: Not to be confused with the considerably more famous Eddie Money song of the same name. "They said we were the new beginning, they said we were a brand new start; we were none of these things and they said we could sing, so we sang about the state of the art."

3. Everybody Out of the Water (New Frontier)
The Wallflowers, Red Letter Days (2002)

Remarks: This song appeared in an actual episode of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, though really, if I had to ascribe it to an EPU story based on lyrical content, it would probably be NXE.

4. Los Angeles Is Burning
Bad Religion, The Empire Strikes First (2004)

Remarks: This track owned the studio for free when the initial CSI:NA eps were in development. The coincidentally accommodating scansion didn't help. "When the hills of New Avalon are burning... "

5. We Luv U
Grand Theft Audio, Blame Everyone (2000)

Remarks: Music to crash a car through a wall to. Also appeared on the first real CSI soundtrack.

6. I'm Falling
Comsat Angels, 7 Day Weekend (1985)

Remarks: Used as "people working on stuff in a lab" montage music in Real Genius, and just as appropriate for same in a CSI context.

7. Werewolves of London
Warren Zevon, Excitable Boy (1978)

Remarks: I don't remember why this is on this playlist, other than it's an awesome song.

8. Are "Friends" Electric?
Information Society, Don't Be Afraid (1997)

Remarks: Some people think Horatio Caine is an android.

9. Welcome to the Jungle
Guns N' Roses, Appetite for Destruction (1987)

Remarks: I acknowledge that New Avalon has a dark side - what big city doesn't - but jeez, guys.

10. Crystal
New Order, Get Ready (2001)

Remarks: Another guest from the actual CSI soundtrack. Great intro.

11. My Head's In Mississippi
ZZ Top, Recycler (1990)

Remarks: Or Bozeman, Montana, as the case may be. "... but I was stumblin' through the parking lot of an invisible 7-Eleven. (What was I doin' out there?)"

12. The Device Has Been Modified v2
Victims of Science, 2007

Remarks: A techno track featuring samples from Portal. Less the Portal samples, it's textbook "pardon us for a minute while characters swab things and we show the GCMS working" music. "Your specimen has been processed."

13. Alone
Big Country, The Buffalo Skinners (1993)

Remarks: The live version from Kings of Emotion also works. One of Stuart Adamson's many songs about alienation and isolation, not that we know anyone in the CSI cast who has problems with that kind of thing.

14. Axel F
Harold Faltermeyer, Beverly Hills Cop (1987)

Remarks: More made-to-order montage music.

15. Rock and Roll All Nite
Kiss, Dressed to Kill (1975)

Remarks: Best played very loud in the DNA lab while waiting for the sequencer to do its thing.

16. Cars
Gary Numan, The Pleasure Principle (1979)

Remarks: I keep wanting to track a "Greg and Sara dismantle an automobile" scene to this.

17. That Spells DNA
Jonathan Coulton, Our Bodies, Ourselves, Our Cybernetic Arms (2005)

Remarks: Self-explanatory. D-N-A, baby, that spells DNA.

18. Battle Without Honor or Humanity #2
Tomoyasu Hotei, Electric Samurai (2004)

Remarks: A brief but percussive visit to the Ballistics lab.

19. Doubleback
ZZ Top, Recycler (1990)

Remarks: Why does Catherine always make me think of ZZ Top?

CSI: New Avalon Volume Two

1. Word Up!
Gun, Swagger (1994)

Remarks: Though it was not on the series soundtrack, this cover of the old Cameo track appeared as source music in an episode of the real CSI. In UF it can sometimes be heard at Mornington Crescent.

2. Are You Gonna Go My Way?
Lenny Kravitz, Are You Gonna Go My Way? (1993)

Remarks: And, if so, are you gonna do it at less than 150,000 miles per hour?

3. New High
Diffuser, Making the Grade (2003)

Remarks: Closing titles song for episode 107, "Forward Momentum", partly because the next track on the album, "Get It On", would've been too blatant. "Right now I'm feeling that no one's going to help me by myself."

4. Still Alive
Ellen McLain, Portal (2007)

Remarks: I'm doing Science and I'm still alive.

5. Teardrop
Massive Attack, Mezzanine (1998)

Remarks: It makes no sense, but it's pretty. And it's the basis for the opening title song on House, MD.

6. Don't Look Back
Boston, Don't Look Back (1978)

Remarks: Closing titles song for episode 109, "Outward Trajectory".

7. Don't Bring Me Down
Electric Light Orchestra, Discovery (1979)

Remarks: I'll tell you once more before I get off the floor...

8. (I Just) Died in Your Arms
Cutting Crew, Broadcast (1986)

Remarks: I have an oddly ravealicious remix of this that I found on a random disc of dance music at Best Buy once (I think it was playing on the overhead when I went in there). Same song, heaping handfuls of sawtooth waves added. Rather strange, but fun.

9. Burnin' For You
Blue ÷yster Cult, Fire of Unknown Origin (1981)

Remarks: Burn out the day, burn out the night, I can't see no reason to put up a fight. I'm livin' for givin' the Devil his due, and I'm burnin', I'm burnin', I'm burnin' for you.

10. Ignition
Paul Hartnoll, WipeOut Pure (2005)

Remarks: Another good fit in the "please enjoy some wanky picture-in-picture and some Lucasian transition wipes while there is no dialogue" department.

11. Sara
Starship, Knee Deep in the Hoopla (1985)

Remarks: Could I not include this? Even though it's rather sad and doesn't bode at all well if you really pay attention?

12. Teen Angst (What the World Needs Now)
Cracker, Cracker (1992)

Remarks: As in "I'm a little old for".

13. Why Do Fools Fall in Love?
Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers, The Teenagers Featuring Frankie Lymon (1956)

Remarks: Kind of the ur-reference for all "this is probably not going to end well" songs that followed. Oddly, Frankie Lymon was all of 12 when he sang this, which makes one wonder just what he knew about the subject.

14. Do Ya
Electric Light Orchestra, A New World Record (1976)

Remarks: "In this life I've seen everything I can see, woman... but I've never seen nothin' like you." This oxymoronic-seeming statement is as good a summary as any.

15. Crash (The Humble Brothers Remix)
Mephisto Odyssey featuring Static-X, Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker (2000)

Remarks: Sometimes you just need nonsense with a meaty guitar hook. This is that track.

16. Live and Let Die
Paul McCartney & Wings, Live and Let Die (1973)

Remarks: "Remind me never to get into a gunfight with Catherine."

17. Marathon Infinity Theme
Power of Seven, Marathon Infinity (1996)

Remarks: High-speed investigation music.

18. Nightgown of the Sullen Moon
They Might Be Giants, Miscellaneous T (1991)

Remarks: Sometimes you just need nonsense with a quirky organ-through-a-wah-pedal hook. This is that track.

19. Gimme All Your Lovin'
ZZ Top, Eliminator (1983)

Remarks: Good "highway cruise in the Bentley" music.


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  Subject     Author     Message Date     ID  
  RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes BlackAeronaut Dec-08-07 1
     RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Gryphonadmin Dec-08-07 2
         RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Star Ranger4 Dec-09-07 3
             RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes BlackAeronaut Dec-12-07 9
                 RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Star Ranger4 Dec-13-07 10
  RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Olesh Dec-09-07 4
     RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Gryphonadmin Dec-09-07 5
         RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Olesh Dec-10-07 6
             RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Gryphonadmin Dec-10-07 7
                 RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Peter Eng Dec-11-07 8
                 RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes BobSchroeck Dec-13-07 11
         RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Kendra Kirai Jan-07-08 16
             RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Gryphonadmin Jan-07-08 17
                 RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Kendra Kirai Jan-07-08 18
  RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Gryphonadmin Jan-06-08 12
     RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes BlackAeronaut Jan-07-08 13
         RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes Peter Eng Jan-07-08 15
             RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes BlackAeronaut Jan-12-08 19
  RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes eriktown Jan-07-08 14

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BlackAeronaut
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1. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >Remarks: "Remind me never to get into a gunfight with
>Catherine."

*Wicked laugh* Oh, this I have got to see!


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2. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >>Remarks: "Remind me never to get into a gunfight with
>>Catherine."
>
>*Wicked laugh* Oh, this I have got to see!

Well, er, unless you skipped "Parallel Lines", you already have.

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3. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >>>Remarks: "Remind me never to get into a gunfight with
>>>Catherine."
>>
>>*Wicked laugh* Oh, this I have got to see!
>
>Well, er, unless you skipped "Parallel Lines", you already have.
>

In fact, to be pendantic, cause I am this am...

> "Remind me never to get into a gunfight with Catherine,"
> he observed dryly, nodding at the dead Salusian. "Eight shots,
> eight hits, all within the 8-ring, all potentially fatal. Any
> one of five would have been sufficient to cause instant death.
> It was over before he hit the ground."

I dunno about you, but I seem to recall this being a fav bit from just about all of the RCW corps when we first read it...


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9. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >I dunno about you, but I seem to recall this being a fav bit from just
>about all of the RCW corps when we first read it...

Well now, I feel a little bit sheepish! ^_^;;


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10. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >Well now, I feel a little bit sheepish! ^_^;;
>
Baaaaaaaaaaa. :P ;)


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4. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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>4. Still Alive
>Ellen McLain, Portal (2007)

This song was actually written and played by Jonathan Coulton; not sure if this is excessively nitpicky. She did sing the song, however.


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5. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >>4. Still Alive
>>Ellen McLain, Portal (2007)
>
>This song was actually written and played by Jonathan Coulton; not
>sure if this is excessively nitpicky.

Just a bit, unless it's your custom to list pop vocal artists' songs by the name of the composer or whoever played the guitar.

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6. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >>>4. Still Alive
>>>Ellen McLain, Portal (2007)
>>
>>This song was actually written and played by Jonathan Coulton; not
>>sure if this is excessively nitpicky.
>
>Just a bit, unless it's your custom to list pop vocal artists' songs
>by the name of the composer or whoever played the guitar.
>
>--G.
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You're simply the first person I've seen who didn't credit the song to him, that's all.

I'll shut up now.

- Olesh


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7. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >You're simply the first person I've seen who didn't credit the song to
>him, that's all.

It's tough being the only person on the Internet who uses the Associated Press stylebook. I mean, don't get me wrong, I love Jonny C as much as the next guy, but to me, crediting the Portal version of "Still Alive" to anyone other than the vocalist would be like listing, say, Bonnie Tyler's "Holding Out for a Hero" as a song by Jim Steinman. I mean, sure, in one sense it is, but...

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8. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >
>It's tough being the only person on the Internet who uses the
>Associated Press stylebook.
>
>--G.
>

If it helps any, I know there's at least one other person who used the AP stylebook when writing up the lyrics.

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11. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >It's tough being the only person on the Internet who uses the
>Associated Press stylebook.

You're not -- my copy is just over two feet from me at this very moment -- but you may be the only one using it for casual form posting.

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16. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >>>4. Still Alive
>>>Ellen McLain, Portal (2007)
>>
>>This song was actually written and played by Jonathan Coulton; not
>>sure if this is excessively nitpicky.
>
>Just a bit, unless it's your custom to list pop vocal artists' songs
>by the name of the composer or whoever played the guitar.
>

I know this is rather off-topic for this thread here, but have you played Portal, Gryph? Did you enjoy it?


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17. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >I know this is rather off-topic for this thread here, but have you
>played Portal, Gryph? Did you enjoy it?

That thread you're attacking isn't important to me. It's the fluid catalytic cracking unit. It makes shoes for orphans. Nice job breaking it, hero.

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18. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   I'll take that as a 'yes' to both, then. :)

I wonder if we can look forward to meeting a fuel system de-icer and fully functional Disk Operating System in UF's future...

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12. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   CSI: New Avalon Volume Three

1. Weapons of Mass Distortion
The Crystal Method, Legion of Boom (2004)

Remarks: Fight scene, chase scene, investigation montage, what isn't this song good for? Well, I suppose it wouldn't really fit in a love scene. At least not my kind of love scene.

2. A View to a Kill
Duran Duran (single, 1985)

Remarks: Weirdly appropriate lab music.

3. Get It On
Diffuser, Making the Grade (2003)

Remarks: "I'm trying not to bend; I'm playing like I'm hard to get. With all this pressure, I will wind up snapping in the end."

4. Misirlou
Agent Orange, Living in Darkness (1981)

Remarks: We were somewhere around Elstree, on the edge of the city, when the drugs began to take hold.

5. Bones Theme (Squints Mix by DJ Corporate)
The Crystal Method (single, 2007)

Remarks: Okay, it's from a different show, but still, it is lab montage music.

6. Battle Without Honor or Humanity
Tomoyasu Hotei, Electric Samurai (2004)

Remarks: Of the three versions of this song, this is the one that's become all but ubiquitous in pop culture in the last couple of years. But what the hell - that's because it kicks ass.

7. Never Too Late (Remix)
Journey, Generations (2005)

Remarks: In UF, Kate wrote this for the Art of Noise to debut at Corwin's wedding feast ("reception" is so formal-sounding). It immediately became one of her father's favorites - though of course, thematically speaking, it's nothing to do with him.

8. Praying to a New God
Wang Chung, The Warmer Side of Cool (1989)

Remarks: The club scene in Eleanor City is curiously retro, even by UF-universe standards.

9. You Know My Name
Chris Cornell, Carry On (2007)

Remarks: "If you think you've won, you never saw me change the game that we have been playing."

10. Before You Die
Bad Religion, New Maps of Hell (2007)

Remarks: Though she knows in an abstract sort of way what the title entails, Catherine's never fully considered what it means for Lindsey to be a Duelist - and she's never seen her in action, either.

11. Theme from Ultraman
Tak Matsumoto, Ultraman (motion picture soundtrack, 2005)

Remarks: The movie wasn't as great as one might have hoped, but man, what a theme song. The soaring guitar line is perfect for a character who's just discovered the very personal joy of flight.

12. Pipeline
Agent Orange, Living in Darkness (1981)

Remarks: Traffic surfing on the roof of the Tahoe: not recommended for amateurs.

13. I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide
ZZ Top, DegŁello (1979)

Remarks: In point of fact, Greg is probably neither bad nor nationwide, but there are times, now that he's field-rated, when he feels that way.

14. Theme from S.W.A.T.
Rhythm Heritage, Disco-fied (1975)

Remarks: Repo Man spends his life getting into tense situations.

15. Shakedown
Bob Seger, Beverly Hills Cop II (motion picture soundtrack, 1987)

Remarks: "No matter what you think you pulled, you'll find it's not enough." Unofficial day shift anthem.

16. Into the Now
Tesla, Into the Now (2004)

Remarks: "Wipe away the fear of the unknown." Heavier lab music for heavier science.

17. The Shape of Things to Come
The Ramones, Acid Eaters (1993)

Remarks: "I'm not the galaxy's greatest supporter of change." - Dr. G. Grissom, August 20, 2410

18. Smuggler's Blues
Glenn Frey, The Allnighter (1984)

Remarks: Being one of the great crossroads of the galaxy is not without its price.

19. Barrett's Privateers
Stan Rogers, Between the Breaks... Live! (1979)

Remarks: God damn them all!


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13. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >10. Before You Die
>Bad Religion, New Maps of Hell (2007)
>
>Remarks: Though she knows in an abstract sort of way what the
>title entails, Catherine's never fully considered what it means for
>Lindsey to be a Duelist - and she's never seen her in action, either.

... And just when I have recently drawn that connection myself. Bravo! I can hardly wait to see the look on Catherine's face when Lindsey opens up a can-o-whoop-ass on someone.


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15. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   >
> I can hardly wait to see the look on Catherine's face when
>Lindsey opens up a can-o-whoop-ass on someone.
>

"Lindsey."

"Yes, Mom?"

"Please tell me why you're here, at my crime scene."

"Um...I kind of created it."

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19. "RE: Playlists: CSI:NA creative process tunes"
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   .......

WIN!


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   I actually got to see Information Society perform live last night -- and they finished their set with that song.


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