For me it would have to be Tired of Sex, Beverly Hills, Burndt Jamb, and Perfect Situation.

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Island In The Sun- in live better i think, and in the Perfect Situation is so awsome

 

Tired of Sex.

The ultra-short solo in Mykel and Carli is a close second.

Perfect Situation.
only in dreams
Represent and Perfect Situation

Represent? Are you serious?

 

Falling For You, Only in Dreams, Buddy Holly, The World Has Turned, So Low, Perfect Situation.

Anything from the 90s is legit in my books so I'll just list a few of my Post-Pink favs.

 

I'm a Robot, Blowin' My Stack, 2002 Toronto O Girlfriend (will never stop raving about this), Perfect Situation, O Girl and Hot Tub (the Homie solo is possibly the best solo Rivers has ever played) are the ones that immediately come to mind, but I'm sure there are a few more.

 

I remember you criticised me a while ago Gohi for saying that So Low's solo could be improved and you swiftly shot me down. Since then I've given the song a few more listens to try and see where you where coming from and I've grown to really enjoy the solo. That being said, I still think it's half the length it should be, it could've really trawled over some interesting territory over another eight bars, it sounds like a terrific set up for an orgasm that doesn't quite happen.

Yes. I am serious.

Michael Rowland (Gohi) said:

Represent? Are you serious?

 

Falling For You, Only in Dreams, Buddy Holly, The World Has Turned, So Low, Perfect Situation.

Tired of sex forever.

There are just soooo many:

 

Falling For You

Hot Tub (Homie Version)

Susanne

Tired of Sex

Say It Ain't So

The World Has Turned

Love Explosion

Death and Destruction

Pink Triangle

The Good Life

Buddy Holly

Why Bother

Hold Me

You Gave Your Love To Me Softly (a verse melody solo that works perfectly)

Pardon Me (if this solo had been stretched out longer, would have been a classic solo)

Mad Kow (7-02 piano demo version)

She Who is Militant (7-16 version)

Heh, was this on a6? I remember defending So Low to someone on there once. I know the song isn't perfect but it just has an organic feeling that a lot of Post-Pink doesn't have, despite some of its clinks/flaws.

James Stockwell (Jamekae) said:

Anything from the 90s is legit in my books so I'll just list a few of my Post-Pink favs.

 

I'm a Robot, Blowin' My Stack, 2002 Toronto O Girlfriend (will never stop raving about this), Perfect Situation, O Girl and Hot Tub (the Homie solo is possibly the best solo Rivers has ever played) are the ones that immediately come to mind, but I'm sure there are a few more.

 

I remember you criticised me a while ago Gohi for saying that So Low's solo could be improved and you swiftly shot me down. Since then I've given the song a few more listens to try and see where you where coming from and I've grown to really enjoy the solo. That being said, I still think it's half the length it should be, it could've really trawled over some interesting territory over another eight bars, it sounds like a terrific set up for an orgasm that doesn't quite happen.

The State Farm song, or Mad Kow

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