Yeah, essentially the Earth track just carries on in that same vein for another few minutes anyway!
I thought the mixing on your cd was very good - given that you didn't do any fade in/outs, I thought the blend was still really good. I appreciate the separate tracks too.
Your mix opened with three crackers, none of which I already knew. I was vaguely familiar with the name Man or Astro-man?, but couldn't have told you anything about them. Had never heard of The Soft Moon, but the song you included was fantastic. I'll definitely be investigating those two more. Then the Consolidated track was really enjoyable, suited the mix and amused me with the cut and pastes.
Some of the post-punk and metal ones weren't quite to my taste (Jello Biafra & DOA, Blaggers ITA, New Model Army and MAKE). I thought the MAKE one was sounding good instrumentally and then those metal vocals came in, which I always struggle with. I've never really investigated Nine Inch Nails before, but it didn't do much for me I'm afraid.
There were plenty of other highlights throughout though. I'd never heard of Disappears, before but that was a great song, and I'd like to hear more of them. Black Box Recorder were good and a great thematic fit, and it's always nice to hear Tom Waits too. The mix overall really gelled nicely together and although I mentioned a few that weren't specifically a style that I would have otherwise have listened to, they worked with the mix and I still enjoyed them in that context. Some strong basslines throughout too. Thanks very much for sending!