May 26, 1997

The Siblings Tape #46

A real odd mix of music. Very atonal. From the cassette insert: "Recorded May 26-29, 1997. Kate and Jon contributed CDs to this mix."

  1. "Weird Al" Yankovic: "Polkas on 45"
  2. "Hooked On Polkas"
  3. "Polka Party!"
  4. "Polka Your Eyes Out"
  5. "The Alternative Polka"
  6. "I Should've Known" Aimee Mann
  7. "You Got Lucky" Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
  8. "The Impression I Get" The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
  9. "Modern Woman" Billy Joel
  10. "Elvis Is Dead" Living Colour
  1. "Swingtown" Steve Miller Band
  2. "Galileo" Indigo Girls
  3. "Daughter" Pearl Jam
  4. "How?" John Lennon
  5. "Lost In The Supermarket" The Clash
  6. "Atlantic City" Bruce Springsteen
  7. "Cure for Pain" Morphine
  8. "Something Ain't Right" David Byrne
  9. "Semi-Charmed Life" Third Eye Blind
  10. "Close To Me" The Cure
  11. "My City Was Gone" Pretenders

March 01, 1997

Mix Tape 45: All Mixed Up

Also known as "Scripty Cursive" I later remade this cassette mix on CD-R. 100 minutes cassette.
  1. "All Mixed Up" 311
  2. "Looking For A Song" Big Audio (aka the third iteration of Mick Jones' Big Audio Dynamite)
  3. "Eggman" Beastie Boys
  4. "Annie Get Your Gun" Squeeze
  5. "Possession" Sarah McLachlan
  6. "God" Tori Amos
  7. "Empty" The Cranberries
  8. "You And The Mona Lisa" Shawn Colvin
  9. "Something So Right" Paul Simon
  10. "Philadelphia" Neil Young
  11. "Believe What You're Saying" Sugar
  12. "Without You" Bruce Springsteen
  13. "Paper In Fire" John Cougar Mellencamp
  1. "We've Arrived (And To Prove It We're Here)" The Rutles
  2. "There Goes The Neighborhood" Sheryl Crow
  3. "Baby, Now That I've Found You" The Foundations
  4. "Stranger Than Fiction" Joe Jackson
  5. "Running On Ice" Billy Joel
  6. "When Love Comes To Town" U2 with B.B. King
  7. "Electrolite" R.E.M.
  8. "Behind Every Good Woman" Tracy Bonham
  9. "Monkey Gone To Heaven" The Pixies
  10. "Nearly Lost You" Screaming Trees
  11. "Little Bird" Annie Lennox
  12. "Peg" Steely Dan

February 01, 1997

44: The Damage Done

A collection of dark music, this cassette was later re-made as a CD-R. 94 minutes.

January 15, 1997

The Golden Days of 1984

  1. "1984/Jump" Van Halen
  2. "Oh Sherrie" Steve Perry
  3. "Separate Ways (World Apart)" Journey
  4. "Love is a Battlefield" Pat Benatar
  5. "Infatuation" Rod Stewart
  6. "Say It Isn't So" Hall & Oates
  7. "Cuts Like a Knife" Bryan Adams
  8. "Be Good Johnny" Men At Work
  9. "Hungry Like The Wolf" Duran Duran
  10. "Stay The Night" Chicago
  1. "Footloose" Kenny Loggins
  2. "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" Cyndi Lauper
  3. "Borderline" Madonna
  4. "Sad Songs (Say So Much)" Elton John
  5. "You Take Me Up" Thompson Twins
  6. "Against All Odds (Take A Look At Me Now)" Phil Collins
  7. "Heart & Soul" Huey Lewis & The News
  8. "All Night Long (All Night)" Lionel Richie
  9. "Billy Jean" Michael Jackson
  10. "Say Say Say" Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
  11. "Let's Hear it For The Boy" Denice Williams
(94 minute Sony cassette)

January 07, 1997

Mix Tape Forty-Three

This mix was a little under-baked. I couldn't even fill a 60 minute cassette with music I liked. Several of these tracks I actively dislike!

January 02, 1997

Forty-Two: Merry Christmas 1996!

My second mix to highlight music received as Christmas presents.