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July 14, 2008 | by  | in Music |
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Salient Mix-tape #5–Songs to end the world to

When that fateful hour comes this little gem will either be something to scare you shitless, cuddle and comfort you, or rock out apocalypse-core. Either way, there are no finer tunes to listen to when mother-nature (or super intelligent aliens) finally packs a sad for the last fucking time.

Side A:
1. I can’t go for that – Hall & Oates
2. Don’t You Forget About Me – Simple Minds
3. And It Rained All Night – Thom Yorke
4. Fuck This… I’m Leaving – American Analogue Set 5
. Death Is the Road To Awe – Clint Mansett
6. Étude Op. 10, No. 12 in C minor – Chopin

Side B:
1. Is It Any Wonder? – The Chameleons
2. Auckland’s Burning – Die! Die! Die!
3. Everything’s Fucked – Dirty Three
4. Idioteque – Radiohead
5. Astonishing Panorama of The End Times – Marilyn Manson
6. Dying is Fine – Ra Ra Riot 7. Truce – The Dresden Dolls

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