9. Jun. 2015, 10:45 von emcxmc
30. Apr. 2015, 21:15 von InSearchOfTruthUsing only song names from ONE ARTIST, cleverly answer these questions.
It's a lot harder than you think!
Repost as "my life according to (band name/artist.)"
Pick your Artist:
Are you a male or female?
Abnormally Attracted to Sin
How do you feel?
Describe where you currently live:
If you could go anywhere, where would you go:
Dark Side of the Sun
Your favorite form of transportation:
Your best friend is:
What's the weather like?
Favorite time of day:
Not Dying Today
If your life was a TV show, what would it be called:
Putting The Damage On
What is life to you:
A Sorta Fairytale
What is the best advice you have to give:
Not The Red Baron
Thought for the Day:
The Power of Orange Knickers
My soul's present condition:
Boys for Pele
Abnormally Attracted To Sin
15. Apr. 2015, 4:07 von OrpheusBathory
19. Feb. 2015, 17:56 von ImaginarieDear Last.fm. I'll stay with you till hell freezes over and i will never go away, get away.
So, I have 41 046 tracks scrobbled, 1 084 loved tracks, 671 artists in my library overall.
Over the past year, from February 15, 2013 to February 15, 2014:
My top 30 artists are:
1. Thirteen Senses
2. Miles Kane
4. The Charlatans
6. David Schwartz
7. Manic Street Preachers
8. The Cranberries
11. The Cure
12. The Black Keys
13. Tori Amos
14. Robbie Williams
15. Arctic Monkeys
16. The Kinks
18. Jake Bugg
20. Duran Duran
22. The Stone Roses
23. Take That
26. Jimmy Eat World
28. Death Cab for Cutie
29. The Beatles
The main discovery of the past year were Thirteen Senses. The new guys to my library that made it to the top also include James, Jage Bugg and David Schwartz (yay for Arrested Development and its soundtrack ^^)
11. Sep. 2014, 8:11 von Dunnemin
12. Mai. 2013, 14:12 von gymru
4. Jan. 2013, 16:01 von Anna-wa
2. Dez. 2012, 22:00 von irisvanhoorn
29. Nov. 2012, 20:45 von irisvanhoornIt's almost 2 months ago now, but I really would like to write something about the Tori Amos concert in De Doelen in Rotterdam on 1 October 2012 . It was the third time I visited a live concert of Tori Amos and again it was great. She was playing together with the Dutch Metropole Orchestra, so the show was a bit similar to the first one I went to (on 8 October 2010), which was the first time she played with this orchestra. They performed all songs of Tori's new album Gold Dust, together with some other songs. The sound of the songs was much more powerful and emotional during the live performance than on the album. They also had pretty long instrumental introductions performed by the orchestra, which were quite nice, because you couldn't hear immediately which song would follow.
She started the show with Flying Dutchman, which didn't go exactly according to plan as you can see on the video below. This moment was actually quite cute and funny…
29. Nov. 2012, 16:07 von irisvanhoornTori Amos - Gold Dust
This is Tori Amos most recent studio album, which was officially released on the 1st of October 2012. I pre-ordered it and received it already on the 29th of September. The album is a collection of 14 songs from Tori's 20 year spanning career. All songs were rearranged and rerecorded in a full orchestral setting with the Dutch Metropole Orchestra. She personally picked the songs for this project, on which she gives the following comment:
"My relationship with all of these songs has changed over the years and they have changed my life. So it wasn't just about capturing the past it was about realizing that the songs had a new narrative now - 10 or 20 years later than they did when I originally recorded them." Unfortunately this 'new narrative' did not become very clear on the album. Most of the orchestral arrangements are very beautiful, but not really adding something new or original to the songs. …