Tracklist

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Medium 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Save Me Remy Zero 4:21
2 Breathe In Frou Frou 4 4:27
3 Fight Test The Flaming Lips 3.65 4:12
4 Maybe Tomorrow Stereophonics 4 4:32
5 Superman Five for Fighting 3:39
6 Strange and Beautiful Aqualung 3:29
7 Time After Time Eva Cassidy 4 3:56
8 Long Way Around Eagle‐Eye Cherry 3:29
9 Pacific Coast Party Smash Mouth 5 2:56
10 Don't Dream Its Over Sixpence None the Richer 3:57
11 Inside Out Vonray 3:35
12 Wave Goodbye Steadman 4:03
13 Island in the Sun Weezer 4.35 3:22
14 Love You Madly CAKE 4 3:57
15 Fever for the Flava Hot Action Cop 4 4:08
16 I Give, You Take Maria 3:52
17 No Room to Bleed Ben Lee 3:44
18 Weapon Matthew Good Band 4:52
Medium 2
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 Battleflag Lo Fidelity Allstars 4.5 5:36
2 I Just Wanna Be Loved AM Radio 3:54
3 Everything I Own Jude 3:57
4 A Little Less Conversation Elvis Presley 3.25 3:31
5 Don't Ask Me OK Go 4.5 2:45
6 Lonely Day Phantom Planet 3:37
7 I Have Seen Zero 7 3.95 5:04
8 Diamonds and Guns Transplants 5 4:01
9 Everything Lifehouse 3.5 6:06
10 Nuclear Ryan Adams 2 3:24
11 Wherever You Will Go The Calling 4 3:25
12 Bread and Water Sheila Nicholls 4:39
13 Ooh La La The Wiseguys 2 3:33
14 The Middle Jimmy Eat World 4.65 2:45
15 My Immortal Evanescence 3.8 4:21
16 Tomorrow Avril Lavigne 3.5 3:46
17 You Binocular 4:46
18 In This Life Chantal Kreviazuk 3:43

Credits

Medium 1

guitar:
Eva Cassidy (track 7)
bass:
Chris Biondo (track 7)
arranger:
CAKE (US alt. rock band) (track 14)
assistant mixer:
Femio Hernandez (track 13)
assistant recording engineer:
Alan Sanderson (track 13)
co-producer:
Eagle‐Eye Cherry (track 8)
composer:
Rivers Cuomo (US singer, guitarist & songwriter of Weezer) (track 13)
Neil Finn (track 10)
Kelly Jones (Welsh guitarist vocalist for the Stereophonics) (track 4)
John McCrea (track 14)
Guy Sigsworth (track 2)
Imogen Heap (track 2)
Yusuf Islam (formerly Cat Stevens) (track 3)
Robert Werthner (track 15)
editor:
Gili Wiseburgh (track 2)
lead vocals:
Eva Cassidy (track 7)
Imogen Heap (track 2)
lyricist:
Rivers Cuomo (US singer, guitarist & songwriter of Weezer) (track 13)
Neil Finn (track 10)
Kelly Jones (Welsh guitarist vocalist for the Stereophonics) (track 4)
John McCrea (track 14)
Guy Sigsworth (track 2)
mixer:
The Flaming Lips (track 3)
Rick Rubin (track 8)
Chris Lord‐Alge (track 11)
Brian Malouf (track 12)
Jim Scott (US recording engineer and producer) (track 8)
Kirt Shearer (track 14)
Gili Wiseburgh (track 2)
John McCrea (track 14)
Dave Fridmann (track 3)
producer:
The Flaming Lips (track 3)
Chris Biondo (track 7)
Scott Booker (track 3)
CAKE (US alt. rock band) (track 14)
Alain Johannes (track 12)
Rick Rubin (track 8)
Natasha Shneider (track 12)
Marc Tanner (track 11)
Kelly Jones (Welsh guitarist vocalist for the Stereophonics) (track 4)
Guy Sigsworth (track 2)
Dave Fridmann (track 3)
Imogen Heap (track 2)
programming:
Dave Fridmann (track 3)
recording engineer:
The Flaming Lips (track 3)
Dave Fridmann (track 3)
sound engineer:
Dave Fridmann (track 3)
writer:
Wayne Coyne (track 3)
Steven Drozd (track 3)
Dave Fridmann (track 3)
Matthew Good (track 18)
Rob Hyman (track 7)
Michael Ivins (track 3)
Cyndi Lauper (track 7)
phonographic copyright by:
Diesel Music AB (2000) (track 8)
Superstudio Blå (2000) (track 8)
publisher:
CBS Songs Ltd. (track 7)
Dub Notes Music (track 7)
EMI Songs (track 10)
Gray Matter Music (track 7)
Human Boy Music (track 7)
Rellla Music Corp. (track 7)
Sony Songs Inc. ( – ????) (track 7)
Stamen Music (track 14)
Universal Music Publishing (Use ONLY if no country-specific information is available) (track 4)
Warner Brothers Music Ltd. (UK subsidiary, so named between 1970/01/23–1971/04/26 and 1972/04/25–1988/08/23) (track 7)
Warner Chappell Music Ltd. (no slash; used 1988–1996) (track 7)
Yamaha Music Entertainment Holdings, Inc. (holding company - do not use as release label) (track 7)
WB Music Corp. (1929-2019) (– 2019-05-28) (track 7)
WC Music Corp. (2019-05-28 –) (track 7)
mixed at:
Paradise Studios (Sacramento) in Sacramento, California, United States (track 14)
recorded at:
Paradise Studios (Sacramento) in Sacramento, California, United States (track 14)
mash-ups:
Sixx Mixx 087. 05-05-20: Revenge of the Sixx Edition (originally released SIXX MIXX edition) by Party Ben (order: 9) (track 14)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 196) (order: 196) (track 13)
cover recording of:
instrumental recording of:
Fight Test (track 3)
is based on:
Father and Son (Cat Stevens) (track 3)
later translated versions:
Dej zpátky čas (track 7)
Var inte rädd (track 7)
later versions:
Alta marea (track 10)
live cover recording of:
Time After Time (track 7)
recording of:
Breathe In (track 2)
Fever for the Flava (track 15)
Island in the Sun (Weezer) (track 13)
Love You Madly (track 14)
Maybe Tomorrow (track 4)
Weapon (track 18)

Medium 2

violin:
Sally Herbert (violinist, composer, and conductor) (track 7)
drums (drum set):
Alex Elena (track 16)
Josh Freese (American drummer) (track 15)
The Slammer (track 1)
Jon "Diff" Palmer (track 9)
Jeremy Stacey (track 7)
Zach Lind (track 14)
bass guitar:
Sergio Andrade (track 9)
Francesco DiCosmo (track 15)
Bob Glaub (track 9)
Rick Burch (track 14)
strings:
Brilliant Strings (track 7)
strings arranger:
Graeme Revell (musician and film composer) (track 15)
synthesizer programming:
Mark Trombino (track 14)
guitar:
Dedi Madden (track 7)
Jason Wade (track 9)
guitar and percussion:
Jim Adkins (US singer, songwriter & guitarist for Jimmy Eat World) (track 14)
Ben Moody (American musician and producer) (track 15)
bass:
Pete Trotman (track 7)
electric guitar:
Collin Hayden (Guitarist) (track 9)
keyboard:
The Many Tentacles (track 1)
keyboard and piano:
David Hodges (keyboardist of Evanescence and Trading Yesterday) (track 15)
turntable:
The Albino Priest (track 1)
sampler:
The Albino Priest (track 1)
additional keyboard:
Sheriff John Stone (track 1)
additional engineer:
Ben Moody (American musician and producer) (track 15)
additional guest vocals:
Son Doobie (track 8)
additional producer:
Sabelle (track 16)
additional programming:
Zac Baird (track 15)
Chris Johnson (programming/production for Ivy Lane Music) (track 15)
David Hodges (keyboardist of Evanescence and Trading Yesterday) (track 15)
assistant engineer:
Sergio Chavez (track 15)
Jason Cupp (track 15)
Ai Fujisaki (track 15)
Dan Milazzo (track 4)
Claudius Mittendorfer (engineer, producer, mixer) (track 4)
Dean Nelson (track 15)
Sam Storey (track 15)
assistant mixer:
Femio Hernandez (track 16)
background vocals:
Kendall Payne (track 9)
composer:
Theo Keating (British producer and DJ) (track 13)
Roy Phillips (track 7)
Jason Wade (track 9)
Damian Kulash, Jr. (track 5)
engineer:
Mark Trombino (track 14)
Ray Bardani (track 4)
Jeremy Parker (engineer) (track 15)
The Many Tentacles (track 1)
executive producer:
Antonio M. Reid (track 16)
lead vocals:
Elvis Presley (“The King of Rock and Roll”) (1968-03-07 – 1968-06-23) (track 4)
Jason Wade (track 9)
Amy Lee (singer-songwriter of Evanescence) (track 15)
lyricist:
Theo Keating (British producer and DJ) (track 13)
Roy Phillips (track 7)
Jason Wade (track 9)
mixer:
Mark Trombino (track 14)
Dave Fortman (track 15)
David Holman (track 2)
Chris Lord‐Alge (track 11)
Tom Lord‐Alge (track 16)
Brendan O’Brien (engineer) (track 9)
Zero 7 (track 7)
performer:
The Wiseguys (’90s British electronic duo) (track 13)
Pigeonhed (track 1)
producer:
Ron Aniello (track 9)
Mark Trombino (track 14)
Rod Cervera (track 2)
Dave Domanich (track 10)
Jimmy Eat World (track 14)
Martin Whiteman (track 1)
Curt Frasca (track 16)
Ben Moody (American musician and producer) (track 15)
programming:
Curt Frasca (track 16)
Ben Moody (American musician and producer) (track 15)
recording engineer:
Ron Aniello (track 9)
Neal Avron (track 9)
Jon Berman (track 16)
Jim Scott (US recording engineer and producer) (track 9)
Curt Frasca (track 16)
remixer:
Junkie XL (Tom Holkenborg, Dutch composer) (track 4)
vocals:
Mozez (track 7)
The Wrekked Train (vocalist for Lo-Fidelity Allstars aka The Wrekked Train) (track 1)
Jim Adkins (US singer, songwriter & guitarist for Jimmy Eat World) (track 14)
vocals arranger:
Sabelle (track 16)
writer:
Ryan Adams (US singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer & poet) (track 10)
Jim Adkins (US singer, songwriter & guitarist for Jimmy Eat World) (track 14)
Alex Band (United States) (track 11)
Rick Burch (track 14)
Mac Davis (US country singer, songwriter & actor) (track 4)
Curt Frasca (track 16)
David Hodges (keyboardist of Evanescence and Trading Yesterday) (track 15)
Aaron Kamin (track 11)
Avril Lavigne (track 16)
Amy Lee (singer-songwriter of Evanescence) (track 15)
Zach Lind (track 14)
Tom Linton (track 14)
Ben Moody (American musician and producer) (track 15)
Pigeonhed (track 1)
Sabelle (track 16)
Billy Strange (track 4)
phonographic copyright by:
Skint Records (1998) (track 1)
Arista Records, Inc. (manufacturing and distribution company, do not add releases here) (2002) (track 16)
BMG (the former Bertelsmann Music Group, defunct since 2004-08-05; for releases dated 2008 and later, use “BMG Rights Management”) (2002) (track 4)
Sony BMG Music Entertainment (Aug 5, 2004 - Oct 1, 2008; do not use if a specific sub-label is available) (2002) (track 4)
publisher:
Little Minx Music (track 16)
Playin' Hooky Music (track 16)
mixed at:
Shabang Studios (track 7)
produced at:
Shabang Studios (track 7)
recorded at:
Western Recorders (@ 6000 Sunset Blvd., part of United Western Recorders studio complex 1957–1985) in Los Angeles, California, United States (1968-03-07 – 1968-06-23) (track 4)
mash-ups:
music videos:
My Immortal by Evanescence (track 15)
remix of:
Battle Flag by Pigeonhed (track 1)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 76) (order: 76) (track 14)
The Downloader’s Music Source Book (number: 195) (order: 195) (track 10)
later parody versions:
The Spittle (track 14)
later translated versions:
A Little Less Conversation (English / Spanish version) (track 4)
Para onde você for (track 11)
recording of:
Battle Flag (track 1)
Don't Ask Me (track 5)
Everything (track 9)
I Have Seen (track 7)
My Immortal (track 15)
Nuclear (track 10)
Ooh la la (track 13)
The Middle (track 14)
Tomorrow (track 16)
A Little Less Conversation (1968-03-07 – 1968-06-23) (track 4)
referred to in medleys:
4 Chords (Unicante 2013 version) (track 11)