10. Jun. 2010, 19:56 von skittles_yum
2. Apr. 2010, 2:34 von AmberxxNicole1. How did you get into 29? (The Cardigans)
I was like, 10 or 11 when Lovefool came out and I have loved them ever since.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Jimmy Eat World)
The Middle (like everyone else :P It was played so much when it came out)
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? (My Chemical Romance)
"You'll never make me leave, I wear this on my sleeve, give me a reason to believe " what can I say, Thank You for the Venom is my favorite song of theirs.
4. How did you get into 49? (Gwen Stefani)
No Doubt was one of the first bands I really fangirled over, so of course I had to buy her first album as soon as it came out :)
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (The Academy Is...)
I think I have pretty much everything they've ever done, but I just have the physical copies of their three albums.
6. What is your favorite song by 50? (Relient K)
The Lining Is Silver
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? (The All-American Rejects)
It Ends Tonight always depresses me
21. Aug. 2008, 17:11 von un_melomaneOpening the sleeve of Agony & Irony (Epic Records, 2008), you pull out a rather simple, but elaborate disc with the retro font logo of Epic Records. Alkaline Trio's first release with this label isn't the pinnacle, nor the penultimate in their catalog, but is the strongest effort since From Here to Infirmary (Vagrant Records, 2001). It's as polished as Good Mourning (Vagrant, 2003) and Crimson (Vagrant, 2005), however their creative needles of songwriting rediscovered their grooves in this recording.
It's easy to disregard the album, as the previous ones quickly faded from favor, since the similarities endure: clever wordplay on the title and common themes encapsulating darkness and death. Yet Help Me was the wedge prying open apathetic stereotypes (same ole songs) deeply rooted. Admittedly, one can only examine a theme so much before it withers away. Yet the essence of Agony & Irony is refreshing due to the changes in tone, which feel more akin to Maybe I'll Catch Fire (Asian Man Records, 2000) than the past two.
21. Jun. 2008, 3:43 von taraisawesomeI plan on adding other surveys of the same sort, but I had to do this to see how much has changed in 21 months.
Last Song PlayedCrushCrushCrush
Sorted by Song Title
Sort By Album
First: Ever So Sweet
Last: The Ice Storm, Big Gust, and You
Sort By Artist
First: Prelude 12/21
Last: Chapter XIII
Sorted by Length
First: Boing Flip (0:01)
Last: The Story So Far (26:37)
Sorted by File Size
First: Boing Flip (97.1KB)
Last: The Past Is A Grotesque Animal (24.7MB)
First 5 Songs On Shuffle
01. What More Can I Say
03. My Love
04. Flipper Theme
05. Nothing Better
10 Most Played
01. Our Love
02. Big Chomper, Big Chomper
03. You Put The I In Team
04. I Kissed a Girl
05. Waters Edge
06. Chop Me Up
07. Ur So Gay
08. Break on Through
09. Baby Girl, I'm a Blur
10. (Antichrist Television Blues)
30. Apr. 2008, 23:56 von lastzeroFalls sich Jens von diebeiden dann mal meldet (hallo?) - hier sind meine Musikwuensche:
Saosin - Voices
Saosin - You're Not Alone
Story of the Year - Wake Up
The Color Red – The Other One
Great Northern – This Is a Problem
The Crimea – Baby Boom
Lifehouse – Breathing
Green Day vs. Oasis vs. Travis – Boulevard of Broken Songs
Say Anything – Baby Girl, I'm a Blur
Finch - Awake
Nada Surf - See These Bones
22. Dez. 2007, 9:07 von demosdemonSo I got bored, and I'm doing some of these random journal things for last.fm
I kinda wish I had my full repertoire on my computer for this... but oh well...
Stick you MP3 player/WMP or whatever onto random, and put the first song that comes up next to each section.Have fun!
Madonna - Fighting Spirit
Dreaming about someone scene:
Justin Timberlake - LoveStoned/I Think She Knows (Interlude)
Waking up scene:
Avril Lavigne - He Wasn't
Average day scene:
Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall, Part 1
Incubus - Love Hurts
First date scene:
Christina Aguilera - Walk Away
Falling in love scene:
Madonna - Like It or Not
Madison Avenue - Don't Call Me Baby
Billy Talent - Fallen Leaves
Yellowcard - Back Home
Goldfrapp - Horse Tears
Mellow love scene:
Sonique - It Feels So Good
Murk vs. Kristine W - Some Lovin' (Peter Rauhofer mix)
Fight with friend scene:
1. Dez. 2007, 18:16 von sevenmotionsIt is officially 2007, and if anyone releases a new album this month, I will probably not purchase it due to Christmas sucking all of my money out of my wallet.
So far, though, I'd say it's been a pretty good year. Almost all of my favorite bands puts out a new album that was fairly decent. The only thing that could have made me happier would've been for Sleater-Kinney to end their hiatus and make the next great album we know they are capable of.
In the second year of Sleater-Kinney's absense, these 2007 favorites helped me get through it:
theSTART - Blood On My Hands
If there's one thing that theSTART knows how to do, it's how to drag out the releases of new albums. For a while, Ciao, Baby seemed like it may never happen. The band switched labels, dumped band members AGAIN, and pushed the release date back like crazy.
This year the album finally made it's way to shelves, and I was far from disappointed. The band's sound has evolved yet again, but I can't think of a more natural direction for them to progress it. …
18. Nov. 2007, 23:33 von Mrb00stIt's not that complicated. listen to these songs, or die.
Baby Girl, I'm a Blur
Perhaps this is Say Anything at it's finest. And to be honest, Say Anything is modern rock at it's fucking finest. Listen now.
There's a reason this song is tagged as "totally epic." It is. The lyrics, the pacing, the guitar, especially that damn epic guitar solo. Go listen now.
Down, Down, Down To Mehphisto's Cafe
Streetlight Manifesto is arguable the best in the business - as far as business is Ska. The new album was a lengthy four-year wait from the last one, but it was totally worth it. Mehphisto's Cafe is a fantastic track. Give it a spin.
A Hole In The World
It is honestly still up for debate whether Thursday is getting better as a band, or worse. One point of evidence to support "worse" is "A Hole In The World", off of Full Collapse. I think they have yet to create another song so stunning beautiful, heartfelt, and powerful. It's amazing. Also check out the acoustic version!
17. Nov. 2007, 20:36 von lovekimmyFri 16 Nov – Say Anything, Hellogoodbye, Polysics, Young Love
Well, first of all, Polysics did not play. The openers were Young Love. I can say that I had never heard of Young Love before last night, but I was not disappointed. Their songs were catchy and heartfelt. I am planning to pick up their cd.
Say Anything came on next, which was a surprise to me. I thought that they would finish up the show, since they have so much more music than hellogoodbye and Young Love combined. Anyway, they opened up with Belt. They played Woe next, which was great. There was a break in the noise, so I took that as a perfect opportunity to yell out "The Futile"! The Futilehappens to be one of my favorite SA songs. So Max just laughs and says, "Alright guys, we're going to play 'The Futile, The Futile'. " It's safe to say that I flipped out. That's never happened at any shows I've gone to before :]
After "The Futile", they played a few songs off In Defense of the Genre, including Shiska (Girlfriend)…