13. Mär. 2012, 15:33 von macasev
4. Jun. 2011, 20:52 von PorridgeGunRandom 35 Tracks Tape
The Equatorial Stars
My Life in the Bush of Ghosts
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
Going Blank Again
Love Is Blind
10. Mai. 2011, 10:09 von Isab3lla1. Lush
First song I heard: Sweetness and Light
First album I heard: Spooky
First musicvideo I saw: De-Luxe
First album, EP or single I bought: Gala on vinyl
2. The Smashing Pumpkins
First song I heard: 1979
First album I heard: Siamese Dream
First musicvideo I saw: Cherub Rock
First album, EP or single I bought: Siamese Dream on vinyl
First song I heard: Vapour Trail
First album I heard: Nowhere
First musicvideo I saw: Like a Daydream
First album, EP or single I bought: Going Blank Again on CD
4. Manic Street Preachers
First song I heard: If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next
First album I heard: The Holy Bible
First musicvideo I saw: Motorcycle Emptiness
First album, EP or single I bought: The Holy Bible on CD
First song I heard: Alison
First album I heard: Souvlaki
First musicvideo I saw: Alison
First album, EP or single I bought: Souvlaki on double CD.
6. Cocteau Twins
First song I heard: Cherry-Coloured Funk
First album I heard: Heaven or Las Vegas
19. Feb. 2011, 17:09 von Isab3lla
29. Dez. 2010, 14:53 von HoosierBallz
2. Jul. 2010, 7:03 von Colin_in_Mexico1 My Bloody Valentine – Loveless 935
2 The La's – The La's Disc 1 909
3 The Stone Roses – The Stone Roses 789
4 The Verve – A Storm In Heaven 661
5 The Verve – A Northern Soul 607
6 My Bloody Valentine – Ecstasy and Wine 594
7 Working For A Nuclear Free City – Businessmen & Ghosts 529
8 Ride – Going Blank Again 512
29. Jun. 2010, 20:13 von Colin_in_Mexico1.) Definitely Maybe
An album that keeps bringing back memories. And it's got one of the best album covers I've ever seen.
2.) Some Friendly
A really consistent record, best if you listen to it as a whole.
3.) A Storm In Heaven
This album has got one of the best intros and best outros ever. The guitars on Star Sail and Slide Away blow your mind. It reminds me of my last days at school when I realized that life is not as good as it seems, really sad and boring. But this album is really good, worth a listen.
4.) The Stone Roses
The cover is inspired by Jackson Pollock. John Squire, the band's "visual artist" as well as very gifted guitarist, came up with the idea. …
29. Okt. 2009, 0:11 von Colin_in_Mexico
9. Aug. 2009, 10:55 von dandyboy73Play number 45454 in my Last.fm journey is Chrome Waves by Ride, the version from Going Blank Again. I've only just reacquired this album, but feelings are pretty much still the same as when I bought it on vinyl all those years ago when it came out: Leave Them All Behind, Chrome Waves and OX4 are all great, but the rest is very pale compared to Nowhere. Ah, takes me back to the days of band logos inscribed on my satchel in biro!
10. Jan. 2009, 12:08 von blankagain1992.
I was 20 - an adult. Of sorts. I had been in employment for a year. I maintained contact with many of my old school friends, and during those days my pleasure was derived at the end of a pint glass with most of them. The yin yang of responsible adulthood and the irrelevance of youthful exuberance. My days were spent at work, my nights and weekends in a drunken mess of silliness. Much of the remainder was spent, quite diligently, in music.
The NME, the Melody Maker and John Peel on the radio.
I would go out, be it the pub, a party or a nightclub, always wearing (if dress codes allowed) a music based t-shirt. That was my identity. I would be somewhere, often a place far removed from the world of indie, often a drunken mess amongst neon lights and the latest 'club' sounds of the day, enjoying myself with my peers yes, but also showing my true colours, telling the world who I really was and what really motivated, connected and excited me, secretly hoping that someone would somehow recognise everything going on my head…