Whilst shuffling around for things that are supposed to assist me in doing work (yes, I always start work at this hour), I uncovered some old cassette tapes that I haven't seen for years (I really need to do some cleaning). One is an extremely dodgy Malaysian copy of the second half (the live half) of the double record Joy Division collection of odds 'n' sods; Still. Features such songs as 'A maens to an end'. The other is a mixtape I made some years ago. It was never given to it's intended recipient because I never saw them again. She liked mostly alternative pop music.

Side A

Pixies - Debaser
The Fall - New Face In Hell
Pavement - Conduit For Sale! -- Most obvious ripoff of the Fall Pavement did, this person liked Pavement
My Bloody Valentine - Soft As Snow (But Warm Inside)
Velvet Underground - Beginning to See The Light -- I notice that although it's not my favourite Velvets album, it's my most favoured for using tracks off to put on tapes (CDs now)
Spiritualized - Come Together
Miles Davis - John McLaughlin
Joy Division - She's Lost Control
Tortoise - Glass Museum
Blur - Charmless Man
Pulp - Sorted for E's and Whizz

Side B

David Bowie - Five Years
Swans - I Crawled -- This may have been a mistake to put on a tape for this person
Pogues - Fairytale of New York
Talking Heads - Once In A Lifetime
Neu! - Weinnessee
Sonic Youth - Expressway To Yr Skull
The Cure - In Between Days
Television - Venus
The Smiths - How Soon Is Now?