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Erin (La Cidiana) ([personal profile] hughes) wrote2015-09-18 07:19 pm

Fan Soundtrack: Masterly [Starman], Life on Mars / Doctor

Companion FST to my Life on Mars / Doctor Who longfic crossover Starman!

I created the core of this playlist years ago, and since then it's guided a lot of my structure/theming, seeing as I primarily plan scenes out in my head with audio/visuals rather than descriptions (screenwriting major derp derp). You can basically consider this playlist a chronological "movie soundtrack" to the fic, except for the various Part titles, which are instead basically outlines for their sections, and "The Real Me," which is basically... an outline for the whole fic dkjfhaksd




1974
1971
1970
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2009
1973
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2011
1970
1968
1971
1984
1983
1981
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1968
2007
2010 / 1969
1972
01. The Who - The Real Me
02. Black Sabbath - Iron Man
03. Credence Clearwater Revival - Run Through the Jungle
04. Ludovico Einaudi - Time Lapse
05. Florence and the Machine - Drumming Song
06. Pink Floyd - Time
07. Murray Gold - Impossible Choice
08. The Black Keys - Little Black Submarines
09. The Who - The Seeker
10. The Beatles - Hello, Goodbye
11. Jethro Tull - Locomotive Breath
12. Depeche Mode - Master and Servant
13. Eurythmics - Sweet Dreams Are Made of This
14. Soft Cell - Tainted Love / Where Did Our Love Go
15. Ludovico Einaudi - The Hidden Origin (L'origine Nascosta)
16. Murray Gold - The Doctor
17. The Rolling Stones - Jumpin' Jack Flash
18. James Blunt - 1973
19. Tik Tok Together (Ke$ha vs. The Beatles) - Doctordude
20. David Bowie - Starman

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Extra Notes: This was originally just for personal use yes even the cover shut up, but since I received a couple of requests for hints on what might be coming up in the fic, I figured sharing this might be a shockingly direct way to do that!

I've listed release dates/eras for the songs just in case they might offer clues where/when things will be taking place in the fic. Because they do. What I am trying to say is that they do. And that a certain set of songs in there makes this super obvious. I'm so excited, guys. (Left the years off the instrumental pieces because those were chosen for their mood/titles/context rather than time periods.)

Random, but I also kinda want to dedicate this playlist and a lot of my love for Life in Mars in general to my dad, who sang The Who songs to me when he tucked me in as a kid and still geeks out when I ask him about artists in his Classic Rock LP collection. THANKS, DAD. U GAVE ME THE GIFT OF GOOD TASTE.

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