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Take California
Propellerheads

In the Pretend World Scarling.

Kiro TV Sneaker Pimps

Toy Soldier I:Scintilla

Punching in a Dream The Naked and Famous

Shiny The Decembrists

Monster Hospital Metric

In the Shadows Rasmus

Wolf Mother The Mynabirds

Machine Gun Portishead

Sanctuary Antidote for Annie

Radar Detector Darwin Deez

Being Bad Feels Pretty Good Does it Offend You, Yeah?

Believer Kill Hannah

Queen of Hearts Darlia

Uprising Muse

There Is a Light that Never Goes out Dum Dum Girls

Infidel The Bouncing Souls

Ready Fuels Anberlin

Radio, Radio Elvis Costello & The Attractions

 

With this mix, I tried to illustrate the progression of a plot line in the Killjoy universe. I wanted something with confusion, realization, and liberation. Take California was meant to be exposition. I wanted to get the feel that not everyone in the situation was there of their own accord or consent. From Pretend World to Wolf Mother was a slow decline from compliant citizen to someone questioning. Shiny and In the Shadows illustrate the lack of trust of both Battery City and the Killjoys. “They say that I must learn to kill before I can feel safe; but I’s rather kill myself than turn into their slave” is a good instance of this. After coming from a city of robots, who would want to lose themselves in the Zones? My writer pointed out that the turn from suspicion to trust happens during Sanctuary and Radar Detector. From there, it continues until the final songs, Ready Fuels and Radio, Radio, in which the protagonist and their new partners have become fully united.

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