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Old 04-17-03, 07:27 PM
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Here are all the songs I have on the cd now
"landslide" smashing pumpkins
"bring me to life" evanecence (I have to turn this down conciterably since it wa recorded very loud)
"seein red" unwritten law (sorry el scorcho, I like that song and your post came in too late)
"outside live" Staind with Fred Durst
"bother" stone sour
"all aplogies" nirvana unplugged
"up all night" unwritten law
"the man who sold the world" nirvana unplugged
"going to california live" led zeppelin
"drive" incubus
"cats in the cradle" harry chapplin
"december" collective soul
"good riddence (time of your life) green day
"the world i know" collective soul
"longview" green day (i know its not accousitc)
"mother live" pink floyd
"i'm a believer" the monkees
"like a stone" audioslave
all 18 songs in at 73:47
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Old 04-17-03, 10:31 PM
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Tesla - Five Man Acoustical Jam "The concert that inspired Mtv's Unplugged" or so the sticker on the front of the cd says. Great disc.

Anyway, a couple of years ago I pieced together a 2 disc acoustic set, disc 1 was a studio set, disc 2 live setting. Since you are listing a lot of the same bands here is my set:

disc 1
Cumbersome - 7 Mary 3
Elderly Woman Behind... - Pearl Jam
Shine - Collective Soul
Plush - STP
Disarm - Smashing Pumpkins
Never There - Cake
My Own Prison - Creed
Tomorrow - Silverchair
Shelf in the Room - Days of the New
*Don't Speak - No Doubt (beautiful, you can hear the rawness in Gwen's voice)
*Cover Me - Candlebox
My Favorite Mistake - Sheryl Crow
Don't Fear the Reaper - Gus (from the Scream sdtk)
Glycerine - bush
Buddy Holly - Weezer
Spoonman - Soundgarden
Pink - Aerosmith
Kryptonite - 3 Doors Down
You Shook Me - AC/DC (poor quality, but definitly interesting)
Under the Bridge - Red Hot Chili Peppers

disc 2
Got Me Wrong - AIC
Pour Some Sugar on Me - Def Leppard
Domino - Kiss
*Water's Edge - 7 Mary 3 (slowed tempo, love this one!)
Gettin' Better - Tesla
Lake of Fire - Nirvana
*Nothing Else Matters - Metallica (w/Chris Isaac backup vocals!)
Knockin' On Heaven's Door - G 'n R
*Yellow Ledbetter - Pearl Jam
Strong Enough - Sheryl Crow
Silent Lucidity - Queensryche
*Hotel California - Eagles
Are You Gonna Go My Way - Lenny Kravitz (slowed down to a blues tempo, cool)
Tears in Heaven - Eric Clapton
Never Say Goodbye - Bon Jovi
Walkin on the Sun - Smash Mouth
Killing in the Name of - Rage Against the Machine (yep, acoustic Rage!)

*highlights
All of these were easily found online(the exception being Metallica, I have an entire acoustic radio broadcast of theirs featuring guests from other bands including Chris Isaac, Jerry Cantrell, John Popper[playing harmonica of course] and more).

Anyway, I ended up having to make a half dozen copies for people at work that liked it. And to avoid potential downloading is wrong posts, I own multiple albums from every artist I used, these songs(or versions, shall we say) will most likely never see the light of day. Anyway. Hope this helps out.

Oh and I believe both discs were 79:59 minutes long. I edited a few to make them fit. (i.e. the long pauses at the beginning or end of a track) So a total of 37 acoustic songs on 2 cds.

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Old 04-17-03, 11:35 PM
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Old 04-20-03, 12:38 AM
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Here are some of the songs I have on all acoustic cds

Nixons - Sister (off Scrapbook)
Nixons - Passion (off Scrapbook)
Stabbing Westward - Shame (live acoustic perfomance)
Stabbing Westward - Waking up beside you (same)
Stabbing Westward - Save yourself (same)
Travis - Hit me one more time (Britney Spears cover from Mtv Unplugged...it is worth hearing)
Fuel - Daniel (live acoustic Elton John Cover)
Jeffrey Gaines - In Your Eyes (live cover)
Staind - Pearl Jam cover from latest Family Values
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Old 04-20-03, 04:33 AM
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Pearl Jam would be Black. And that also belongs in the worst covers thread.
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Old 04-21-03, 02:31 AM
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Steve Earle - Train A Comin' - I believe it was Rolling Stone Magazine that called it the come back record of a lifetime (or the century, I don't remember which)
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Old 04-29-03, 12:22 AM
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I 'd suggest Michael Schenker's Thank you or something from Blackmore's night. Schenker also has a second acoustic instrumental which I hear is also great.
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Old 04-29-03, 02:25 AM
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if you can find Living Colour's Dread or 4 Never Satisfied Friends (check imp. bins), there are 6 acoustic gems recorded during a radio broadcast in Holland. Nothingness & Open Letter To A Landlord sound amazing!

Off topic: According to LivingColourNet.com their fourth studio album, first since re-uniting, will hit Sept. 22! i, for one, cannot wait!
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