8. Apr. 2012, 12:26 von IschianoScalo
15. Dez. 2010, 21:52 von Cromeyellow01. How did you get into 29? Iggy Pop
Can't really remember. I'm sure I liked "In the death car" since I was a little child. And then, much later I heard "I wanna be your dog and really got into Stooges.
02. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? The Residents
It was Honey Bear
And it is still my favourite song of theirs.
03. How many albums by 13 do you own? Queen
All studio albums really
04. What is your favorite song by 5? The Beatles
О_о Fuck me....
Let's say "I've Just Seen a Face"
05. What is your favorite song by 15? The Dresden Dolls
A lil bit easier but not by much -) I'd say Sex Changes
06. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy? The Doors
Wow.. almost any -) But Roadhouse Blues most of all
07. What is your favorite song by 10? Bob Dylan
Mr. Tambourine Man no doubt
08. What is a good memory you have involving 30? Tir Na Nog
14. Jun. 2010, 7:28 von Mister_PineSun 13 Jun – The Give Up The Ghost Traveling Show
Katie Herzig opened the show with a fantastic set. I never heard her music before and I fell in love. I ended up leaving the show with two of her CDs autographed. That's how much I enjoyed her!
Brandi Carlile put on a awesome show that felt very special. She seemed genuinely happy to be there. I wouldn't be surprised if this was one of her favorite shows because it was definitely one of mine. The highlights included an unplugged version of "Dying Day" and covers of "I've Just Seen a Face," "Mad World," "Jackson," and "Folsom Prison Blues." She also invited Katie Herzig back on stage to perform a song with her.
Here's what I can remember of the setlist. I'm not sure if the order is exactly correct though.
- Looking Out
- What Can I Say
- My Song
- Dying Day (Unplugged)
- Oh Dear
- Closer To You
- I've Just Seen A Face
- Have You Ever
- Late Morning Lullaby
16. Okt. 2009, 22:44 von reven4theradioTo cheer myself up I:
My favorite thing to do is:
My alter-ego is:
Pacific Ocean Blue
At my funeral they'll play:
The Way You Make Me Feel
At my wedding they'll play:
Island in the Sun
Next time I'm in front of a crowd, I'll say:
The best thing about me is:
Seven Nation Army
Highschool was like:
My last words will be:
Behind my back, my friends think I'm:
Get Up And Go Girl
What makes me happy is:
Peace Sign Index Down ft. Busta Rhymes
How will you die?
This song describes my grandparents:
My parents are like the song:
Rock The Party
This song will be playing when I meet the love of my life:
My deepest secret is:
Flying Without Wings
My family is described by the song:
I've Just Seen a Face
My ultimate song for dancing is:
Go Your Own Way
My best friend is like:
Right now, I feel:
I Will Possess Your Heart
19. Aug. 2009, 4:50 von filmvisualityTriple J radio here in Australia held their poll for the greatest songs of all time. Now, whilst I do not agree with their results in the slightest, I must give triple j credit for giving me something that would distract me form my work. Which is exactly what making this list did:
1. There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - The Smiths
2. Valerie Plame - The Decemberists
3. Idioteque - Radiohead
4. Under Pressure - Queen & David Bowie
5. Imagine - John Lennon
6. I've Just Seen a Face - The Beatles
7. Sympathy for the Devil - The Rolling Stones
8. Marching Bands of Manhattan - Death Cab for Cutie
9. Starálfur - Sigur Rós
10. Paradise by the Dashboard Light - Meat Loaf
And yes...maybe no. 10 is just a guilty pleasure...
5. Aug. 2009, 22:30 von blackdovexHelp! Help! 1965, Lennon
I'm Only Sleeping Revolver 1966, Lennon
In My Life Rubber Soul 1965, Lennon
I've Just Seen a Face Help! 1965, McCartney
Baby It's You Please Please Me 1963, Bacharach/Williams/David
Please Mister Postman With The Beatles 1963, Dobbins/Garrett/Holand/Bateman/Gorman
Girl Rubber Soul 1965, Lennon
We Can Work It Out We Can Work It Out/Day Tripper 1965, Lennon/McCartney
You've Got to Hide Your Love Away Help! 1965, Lennon
Rock and Roll Music Beatles For Sale 1964, Berry
You Really Got a Hold on Me With The Beatles 1963, Robinson
Eleanor Rigby Revolver 1966, McCartney
She Said She Said Revolver 1966, Lennon
All I've Got to Do With The Beatles 1963, Lennon
A Day in the Life Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band 1967, Lennon/McCartney
Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) Rubber Soul 1965, Lennon
Anna (Go to Him) Please Please Me 1963, Alexander
I'll Cry Instead A Hard Day's Night 1964, Lennon
Here, There and Everywhere Revolver 1966, McCartney
I'm So Tired The Beatles 1968, Lennon
9. Jun. 2009, 9:22 von cbprideIn chronological order.
1. All I've Got to Do
From the opening chord to the on-again-off-again drumming to the glorious backing vocals during the choruses, this song is a standout.
2. All My Loving
Any personal meaning this track may have aside, this is a quintessential "I love you and I'll miss you" pop song. Great harmonies.
3. Please Mister Postman
John's vocals are amazing throughout, but it's when the "Wait a minute"s kick in that the song really starts to tug at the heartstrings... and becomes irresistible to sing along to.
4. Komm, gib mir Deine Hand
I took German class for a couple of weeks a few years back. It was too hard for me, so I quit. I wish I hadn't when I listen to this song, because then I could do some translating instead of laughing - lightheartedly and jokingly, of course - at the overall absurdity of it.
5. I Should Have Known Better
I'm a sucker for harmonica. But I didn't really think that "Beatles" and "harmonica"…
17. Feb. 2009, 10:06 von t8eAskerdeyken aklıma fena takılan şarkıların bir listesi. bunları terhis olduktan hemen sonra bir playlist yapıp sırayla dinlemek istiyorum, belirli bir uyum mu var yoksa o günkü ruh halimi yansıtan şarkılar mı diye. Kahrolsun askerde müziksiz kalmak! :(
Listeyi fırsat buldukça güncellemeye çalışıcam.
Same Ol' Road
Belki Bir Gün Özlersin
Seni Kendime Sakladım
Arriving Somewhere but Not Here
Master of Puppets
Ode To Sun
Wish You Were Here
Viva la Vida
What a Wonderful World
Kalbim Ege'de Kaldı
I've Just Seen a Face
Haberin Yok Ölüyorum
15. Jan. 2009, 4:55 von guitar4799
27. Dez. 2008, 12:54 von BittencourtVamos lá, dar a isso aqui uma cara mais flogão. O "meme" é de algum gringo e consiste em responder às perguntas abaixo baseado em seus 30 artistas mais ouvidos.
1. Como você conheceu 29?
Bon Jovi. Não lembro exatamente qual foi a primeira música que ouvi, mas sei que tinha Keep the Faith na primeira fita cassete que eu comprei.
2. Qual foi a primeira música que você ouviu de 22?
Queen. Tudo leva a crer que foi I Want to Break Free.
3. Quantos álbuns de 13 você possui?
Dire Straits. São cinco: Dire Straits, Communiqué, Making Movies, Brothers in Arms e Sultains of Swing.
4. Qual é sua música favorita de 15?
David Bowie. Difícil escolher... Mas fico com Absolute Beginners.
5. Qual é sua música favorita de 5?
Legião Urbana. Faroeste Caboclo. Deu uma bela guinada no meu gosto musical há muitos anos atrás.
6. Há alguma de 6 que o faça feliz?
Silverchair. Feliz? Não, acho que não se aplica.
7. Qual é sua música favorita de 10?
Titãs. Acho que é Provas de amor, por falar de amor sem ser clichê.