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Instant Chill Playlist
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Instant Chill Playlist

Hey guys,

Here is a nice playlist that I use a lot. Definitely not going to suit everyone’s taste but I have gotten a lot of compliments from using it at house parties, chill time with a special lady and for getting people in the mood pre-gaming. Plus if you remember the name you can search for it on a girl’s laptop when you’re back at her place for good vibes in a jiffy!

Anyway take it or leave it…

Peace

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2DAA11B2FCE7F4DE


If anyone has anything playlist of their own post them up, always trying to expand the music collection.
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very nice. How do you find these "playlists" on youtube?

I think I'll just take a few artists, and create my own playlist on MOG

Mixx
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Thanks! I'll check it out later today.

By the way, I recommend players to check out Cafe del mar. Great Ibiza bar chill out music, really sets good mood with the girls.
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Just pick a random Sade cd.
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Quote: (02-22-2012 03:20 PM)MiXX Wrote:  

very nice. How do you find these "playlists" on youtube?

I think I'll just take a few artists, and create my own playlist on MOG

Mixx

Whats MOG man?

Made this myself from songs I like. I use it all the time. Take out songs I get sick of and add in songs that I hear that I like. I have a few other ones that I listen to that aren’t mine but I have found these from people I know who made them. There is a playlist search function on YouTube but it’s generally kind of rubbish.

Again back to using it in a game way: if you make your own playlist and a girl plays a tune you like at a party or wherever ‘’that’s not bad, I’ll put it on my playlist’’. Girls like the idea that you have ‘music taste’ and have gone to the effort of creating a playlist. Guess it shows a level of personal standards and that you look for value in different areas of your life. As opposed to just listening to what is considered to be the popular tunes at the moment.


I use this a lot for when you have a girl alone at her place: turn on playlist and light up a smoke on the balcony. By playing the music that you choose (or borrowed but she doesn’t know that) in a social situation you are controlling the dynamics to a point and having the more dominant frame. Plus I just liking playing my own tunes instead of listening to some crap that girls might be into haha!
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Quote: (02-22-2012 03:20 PM)MiXX Wrote:  

Whats MOG man?

I call MOG the Pandora, and Spotify killer!!!


https://mog.com/


Mixx
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Quote: (02-22-2012 03:59 PM)MiXX Wrote:  

Quote: (02-22-2012 03:20 PM)MiXX Wrote:  

Whats MOG man?

I call MOG the Pandora, and Spotify killer!!!


https://mog.com/


Mixx

Legend! I can see why your rep is 92. Now to spend the next hour moving my playlist on to MOG...
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If the girl is from Europe, just put on some Kanye. Never fails.
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Quote: (02-22-2012 03:59 PM)MiXX Wrote:  

Quote: (02-22-2012 03:20 PM)MiXX Wrote:  

Whats MOG man?

I call MOG the Pandora, and Spotify killer!!!


https://mog.com/


Mixx

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Boourns, MOG is a no-go in LOS.

I can't have sex with your personality, and I can't put my penis in your college degree, and I can't shove my fist in your childhood dreams, so why are you sharing all this information with me?
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Speaking of Kanye, Watch The Throne tour is going international.

http://thisbeatgoes.com/hip-hop-news/wat...nal-dates/

Of those locations, I would really consider:

May 29 - Stockholm. Oh man, blondes!

June 1/2- Paris. Literally rockin' out to N*ggas in Paris while in Paris. Win-win.
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Quote: (02-22-2012 03:16 PM)Irishman Wrote:  

Here is a nice playlist that I use a lot.
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2DAA11B2FCE7F4DE

If anyone has anything playlist of their own post them up, always trying to expand the music collection.

Good stuff Irishman.

I've always always used Stereolab's Dots and Loops to set "instant chill" moods; upbeat yet chill, hypnotic, goes on for an hour and a half. Time tested and proven. Dots and Loops (Flowers Called Nowhere) was also the inspiration for the infamous video Pharrell Williams made "Pharrells Best Filacio Music" (the smile on his face is funny as hell; "The BEST P------- music there is")

Pharrell: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhKZRlXuH2Q
Sterolab: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeHdIDeUs...re=related
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Quote: (02-22-2012 04:27 PM)Soma Wrote:  

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Boourns, MOG is a no-go in LOS.

Allow me to introduce you to strongvpn.com

..thank me later.

=)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbN3bzCo0Vo this is a panty droppa

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p450mjB3mxc cmon if you dont know kalkbrenner,you dont know music!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBnGMNFpcX8 another version,its great for chilling out.

ive loads more il put em up later dudes
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Quote: (02-22-2012 03:16 PM)Irishman Wrote:  

Hey guys,

Here is a nice playlist that I use a lot. Definitely not going to suit everyone’s taste but I have gotten a lot of compliments from using it at house parties, chill time with a special lady and for getting people in the mood pre-gaming. Plus if you remember the name you can search for it on a girl’s laptop when you’re back at her place for good vibes in a jiffy!

Anyway take it or leave it…

Peace

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2DAA11B2FCE7F4DE


If anyone has anything playlist of their own post them up, always trying to expand the music collection.

This playlist is fire bro. Thanks.
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Listening to the playlist; so far, so good.

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This, pure dopeness:




Unfortunately can't find anything else from that artist.

The album Speck of Gold by Afterlife:






Quote: (02-22-2012 04:51 PM)46. Wrote:  

I've always always used Stereolab's Dots and Loops to set "instant chill" moods; upbeat yet chill, hypnotic, goes on for an hour and a half. Time tested and proven. Dots and Loops (Flowers Called Nowhere) was also the inspiration for the infamous video Pharrell Williams made "Pharrells Best Filacio Music" (the smile on his face is funny as hell; "The BEST P------- music there is")

Pharrell: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhKZRlXuH2Q
Sterolab: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FeHdIDeUs...re=related

Dude! Dots and Loops is one of my top 5 albums of all time. Fucking brilliant. They were may fav band in the late 90s. Flower called nowhere is ingenious, the weird waltz-like timing. I'm still not sick of hearing it after 15 years. You know what, I was also listening to Pharrell being interviewed on a local radio station years ago and he was hyping that song and Stereolab in general. I love Pharrell too!

I don't know what happened to Stereolab but their last few albums started to all sound the same and they just hit a wall where they couldn't seem to do anything new or inspired. Kinda of sad to see them fizzle out like that.
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This is a random playlist I put together:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGskWuz7R...E4B&lf=BFp
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What about Dido? She kind of reminds me of Sade
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Suba's São Paulo Confessions is one of my favorite albums of all time, not just in chillout/downtempo/acid jazz. Album starts out nice and slow then builds up. Good for sex.




I can't have sex with your personality, and I can't put my penis in your college degree, and I can't shove my fist in your childhood dreams, so why are you sharing all this information with me?
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Just finished your playlist Irishman.


Great playlist. Was listening to it all day; doing work, playing games, and while banging. Fit every situation!

Five stars.

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Quote: (02-23-2012 10:15 AM)Samseau Wrote:  

Just finished your playlist Irishman.


Great playlist. Was listening to it all day; doing work, playing games, and while banging. Fit every situation!

Five stars.

Haha no worries man. Good to know you enjoyed it
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Quote: (02-22-2012 08:04 PM)speakeasy Wrote:  

Dude! Dots and Loops is one of my top 5 albums of all time. Fucking brilliant. They were may fav band in the late 90s. Flower called nowhere is ingenious, the weird waltz-like timing. I'm still not sick of hearing it after 15 years. You know what, I was also listening to Pharrell being interviewed on a local radio station years ago and he was hyping that song and Stereolab in general. I love Pharrell too!

Fo' sure!! You, me and Pharrell can't be wrong, having come to independent conclusions. It works. And I completely agree with you, Flower Called Nowhere is one of the most ingenious songs ever created. I'll never get sick of it either. Amazing how Stereolab set a tone that influenced Pharrell, Radiohead, Kanye, and on and on...
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Nice thread, I love this sort of music. Props to Irishman and others who have kicked in with some sweet tunes.

Awesome call with Stereolab, they get so much less love than acts like Air and Royksop.

Just put to together a random top 40 of my fav chillout tunes of all time - most 90's> but I threw in a few genuine old school tunes. I listen to this sort of stuff to calm myself and meditate, while writing, sleeping, small parties and recovery sessions after a big one. Oh and most is great for more intimate entertaining as well.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF4410EE4C6CBCC43

Enjoy!

'I blew most of my money on fast cars, booze and women. The rest I squandered' - George Best
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I've been listening to Raul Midon for years. Soulful dude.




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@Irishman

I just got through about half the playlist the other night. Good stuff man! I don't like most people's taste in music, but your taste pretty similar to mine.

@Everyone
Maybe we should make a Forum youtube playlist. Everyone could contribute like 10 songs to it. And we can always keep it growing and fresh with the latest music.We would just have to make sure everyone is on the same page as far as what kind of stuff we like. Maybe we can even do a second playlist for creating a party vibe. If you guys like the idea, let's talk about it. Is youtube the best format for something like this though? The copyright enforcers there just pull a lot of shit down with no warning. And you definitely want to be able to access it up from anywhere.

@Hencredible

Raul Midon has this song called "Sunshine" that I've loved forever.


Quote: (02-23-2012 10:35 PM)46. Wrote:  

Quote: (02-22-2012 08:04 PM)speakeasy Wrote:  

Dude! Dots and Loops is one of my top 5 albums of all time. Fucking brilliant. They were may fav band in the late 90s. Flower called nowhere is ingenious, the weird waltz-like timing. I'm still not sick of hearing it after 15 years. You know what, I was also listening to Pharrell being interviewed on a local radio station years ago and he was hyping that song and Stereolab in general. I love Pharrell too!

Fo' sure!! You, me and Pharrell can't be wrong, having come to independent conclusions. It works. And I completely agree with you, Flower Called Nowhere is one of the most ingenious songs ever created. I'll never get sick of it either. Amazing how Stereolab set a tone that influenced Pharrell, Radiohead, Kanye, and on and on...

Btw, up above you accidently linked the song Brakage rather than Flower Called Nowhere. Have you ever listened to a band called Broadcast also from the UK? Many people that like Stereolab also like them. There's also a group from Sweden called Komeda that's just as innovative as Stereolab, though a bit different in sound.
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