Tuesday 18 December 2012

Songs: 2012 Part 2

LiSTEN: Part 2 of a 5 part compilation of Quick Before It Melts' favourite songs of 2012

Welcome back to the second installment of the songs that rocked my world in 2012.  A small re-cap for those of you who missed out on yesterday’s post: without any fanfare, ranking or listing, I’m giving you the 75 songs, split into five collections of 15 songs each, that soundtracked the year for me.  There will be a post a day this week from Monday to Friday (You can click back to Monday’s post to get the first part) , and you can collection them all to get a pretty awesome compilation that I think is a good summation of the last 12 months.  To download a .zip file with today’s set of music, click the Part 2 Link below.  Enjoy!


Silkken Laumann “House of Common Problems” • The Folk “Rules of Youth” • Venus Sans Fur “Spring Relents Nothing” • Grimes “Genesis” • Grounders ” Grand Prize Drawl” • Islands “This Is Not a Song” • Memoryhouse “The Kids Were Wrong” • Le Roi Crocodile “Youth Decay” • Expwy “Warm and Stricken by Lashes” • Cuff The Duke “Side By Side” • The Dirty Nil “Cinnamon” • Slim Twig “Priscilla” • Snowblink “Black and White Mountains” • Said The Whale “We Are 1980″ • Two Hours Traffic “Amour Than Amis”

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2 Responses to “Songs: 2012 Part 2”

sarahbee January 9th, 2013 at 1:17 pm

I’m getting an error message too. It says “Permission Denied. ‘Genesis’ by Grimes can be downloaded from one of these fine retailers” and then there is a link to the album on Amazon. Maybe because I’m trying to access it from the US? Here is the url for my error message: http://www.mediafire.com/error.php?errno=388&quickkey=g4q6cguvbozvcsb

QBiM January 10th, 2013 at 6:55 pm

Seems like my chosen storage service has marked these .zip folders as copyrighted material and not allowing for downloads. I’ll see if I can’t remedy this ASAP.