playlist: Pride and Envy Lounge

This playlist combines a series of relatively short trance, dub, techno, etc songs from Digital Cutup Lounge with a long sermon that runs at the same time as the songs.

On a technical level this was an experiment in making a collage of audio materials that play at the same time instead of one after the other.



Barrhaven Public School (Image) ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, from
Paul Earnhart (Sermon) Pride and Envy - The Demonic Duo, from This message of this sermon:

Pride and Envy - The Demonic Duo

These sins are often considered to be opposite problems: The pride of superiority and the envy of inferiority. This lesson manifests the common weakness, which opens the door to both sins. The attitude is, in fact, identical for both sins. They differ only in the manifestation under opposite circumstances.

Digital Cutup Lounge (Songs) five mp3s, from digitalcutuplounge.comI really love the first song here. The last one has a jazz fusion feel but is not outright evil.

How to play this playlist

This playlist can be played with RealOnePlayer as well as a plethora of SMIL players from smaller vendors. QuickTime is known to not work. RealOnePlayer on Mac OS X and Windows is known to work.

No, you may be thinking, I mean how do I play the playlist? Answer: click on the image at the top of this page.


The playlist contains links to songs on the web which are, to my knowledge, posted with authorization. The legality of my posting this playlist is the same as the legality of deep linking, which has so far been upheld unless the linkee is the Church of Scientology.

This playlist is free to use and modify in any way you want, except that a modified version must include a copy of this paragraph and must include a link to the version of the playlist that you based your modifications on. (A more detailed description of this license is at

Improvements to both the playlist and the web page are welcome.

Family tree

This playlist is a fork of is a fork of this playlist.


For any of a variety of reasons, you may want to contact Lucas. Forseeable reasons include having problems playing a playlist, reporting success with a player not listed here, reporting a dead link in the playlist, or announcing a modified version.


This music is excellent and free. Enjoy.