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Friday, August 04, 2006

FINALLY the Lily Allen Mixtape #2 Tracklisting

I have finally finally finally found the track listing for the Lily Allen Mixtape #2!!!!!!! I can't even begin to tell you how long I have been looking for this.

Here it is:

Nan You're A Window Shopper - Lily Allen
Put You On The Game - The Game
Only Love Can Break Your Heart - St Entienne
Wrigleys - Red Rat
Ready She Ready - Tubby T
Shake Your Money Maker - Black Grape
Dirt Off Your Shoulder - Jay-Z
Truth - Lily Allen
Sweet Love - Y2K
Soul Survivor Remix - Young Jeezy featuring Akon, Shabba Ranks, Vybz Kartel & Sizzla
Oh My God (Kaiser Chiefs cover) - Lily Allen
White Rabbit - Jefferson Airplane
Cosmic Dancer - T-Rex
(There's) Always Something There To Remind Me - Sandie Shaw
Badman Forward Badman Pull Up - Ding Dong
Cubik - 808 State
Alfie - Lily Allen
Do As I say - Sia
Friday Night - Lily Allen
Never Let You Go - Tina Moore
I Luv U - Dizzee Rascal
Gangsters - The Specials
On A Ragga Tip - SL2
Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks

If you haven't heard the mixtape here it is:

Lily Allen - Mixtape #2



Enjoy!

NY Broad x

13 comments:

mk said...

oh man this AWESOME! i love it - i just downloaded - so fuckin' cool! lilly allen rocks - just like you!

Alexis said...

I LOVE that you found this and posted it. I've been wondering about it forever.

Rick said...

thanks, love the free music you are sharing with your fans! glad to see someone doing it...

th02 said...

I find it awesome that you have taken the time to purchase publication rights to all these songs!

These artists must find the income greatly rewarding due to your overwhelming amount of grateful fans!!

Keep up the great work!

CyberCowboy said...

So how much are you charging for this since you say here http://idontwanttochangetheworld.blogspot.com/2009/09/yo-some-questions-answered-i-hope.html that it can't be free?

itsross said...

It's so nice of you to support piracy like this lily.

So good to finally see a mainstream artist who "gets it".

Hope you're enjoying my money I gave you for concert tickets and merch. Hope this puts food in your mouth.

Philip Thomas said...

I think you may have accidentally proved the hidden value of piracy, by easing restrictions on intellectual property, on ideas, you allow them to spread and consequently others to appreciate them. You, and all the other artists above, will win more fans going with the information flow than fighting the tide.

Joar said...

Hey Lily! Doesn't these two mixtapes plus you stealing a blog post from techdirt add up to three strikes?
No more internet for you!

Sorry, but we just can't allow you to write your mom e-mails, do internet banking or shop online anymore because you're broken copyright law three times!

Or is the laws you want just meant to apply to other, non-famous, people?

Also, according to my Jammie Thomas-calibrated, RIAA-approved, calculator, you now owe the RIAA/BPI 1,520,000 USD. Please pay back all the royalties you've ever earned for daring to put a mixtape on the internet.

Rowley said...

Man, I haven't heard Jefferson Airplane or 808 State for ages, I'm off to iTunes to buy them

Joe said...

I think each of the 19 songs counts as a separate count of infringement. So you get kicked off the internet 6 times!

Xerxes said...

Can somebody please mail me the mix-tapes, I'd love to hear them.
jopijap@gmail.com

Prodge said...

Looks like EMI took down the links this afternoon.

Funny though, it was my Googling on Lily's past that got me to this very page when I was reading Lily's sickening and heartless pro-Mandelson bulls--t.

So naturally I had to show TechDirt this very page, and that's how Lily is exposed as a total hypocrite and a liar. (The song "snippets" aren't 30secs to 1min as she claims either, the liar!)

http://tr.im/lilylied

They are bloody good mixtapes though. I'll see who has a hosting service that can store them!

Prodge said...

The mixtapes are back online, and there's tracklistings for each of them...

See it here...
http://prodge.blogspot.com/2009/09/lily-allens-delete-key-doesnt-work.html