This one has a nice flow and nice transitions. However, the songs were of varying quality and sometimes it felt like it dragged on. Loved that outro and that song with the ridiculously sweet voice.
Also, here is my new (Alternative-)Rock mixtape; only killers, no fillers: Waves Of Thought
It is of great importance that you you listen to it in the correct order:
The Sound Of Animals Fighting - Intro
The Protomen - The Will Of One
Trail Of Dead - Sunken Dreams
Dredg - Pariah
Mass Of The Fermenting Dregs - Delusionalism
The Butterfly Effect - Worlds On Fire
Aereogramme - Nightmares
Thrice - Night Diving
Karnivool - Change
Deer Hunter - Tape Hiss Orchid
I love making mix tapes, but I use real tapes! Unfortunately, that means that I can't share them here, but they ten to be rock & metal from the 60s, 70s, and 80s (Judas Priest, ADX, David Bowie), jazz from all over (Postmodern Jukebox, Musik for the Kitchen), and whatever oddball stuff I can find (Kraftwerk, Cordis, Butt Drugs [real store]). I'm really into jazz of all forms, blues, funk, not really 90s or newer styles, though I love Nine Inch Nails (by the way, David Bowie did a song called "I'm afraid of Americans" that really sounds like NIN). I'm currently making a French hard rock/heavy metal mix tape, to try to get fluent in the language, and I love making them for my 1 friend with a tape deck (not many other high schoolers use tapes).
Do you think INTP has much to do with diverse musical tastes? I seem to be a near-pure INTP, so anything about the type fascinates me.
making mixtapes is such a Si dom thing, it's painful to read about it, i mean, what's the cool thing about listing a bunch of songs that u like?
You don't make them for yourself, you make them for other people. You'll often discover a lot of new music listening to other people's playlists and sharing them with one another, and come across things you find mutually awesome.