5 Feb 2008, 23:48 de DominoRecords
6 Nov 2007, 15:03 de konsipura1. How did you get into 30? Editors
Heard them on TV and they catched me
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? Janis Joplin
3. What's your favorite lyric by 34? MIA.
Süßer Vogel, Jugend
Komm wir tanzen
Komm wir wiegen uns im Takt der Nacht
Wir brechen ein Tabu
Wir werden älter
Süßer Vogel, Jugend
Sieh uns wachsen und gedeihen
Sieh uns hinterher
Wir werden weiterziehen
Der Sonne entgegen
4. What is your favorite album by 49? The Chemical Brothers
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? Radiohead
Pablo Honey, The Bends, OK Computer, Kid A, Amnesiac, Hail to the Thief, In Rainbows
6. What is your favorite song by 50? Klez.e
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? The Sisters of Mercy
Under the Gun
8. What is your favorite song by 15? Ludwig van Beethoven
9. What is your favorite song by 6? Imogen Heap
I Am In Love With You
11 Abr 2007, 8:53 de sp3ccyladA word of advice before I start this one. Remember - your entire taste in music is made up of what you've heard. What you hear is controlled by the music industry almost 100% - or, as cke put it in the blog Chunks, Eggs en Prix:"Think of it--there's only so much music that one person can listen to in a day. Most people seem to prefer to have music playing dimly in the background through virtually every waking minute of their lives (except when they're watching television). Of all those hours of daily music, virtually all of it comes from the commercial music industry. This means that, not only was all that music produced according to some pretty specific and slick-sounding standards, but that it's all owned by those companies as well. In essence, the music industry is meeting virtually 100% of the daily demand for music that people have, and they're doing it with material that they own, and that sounds at least halfway decent. They also have control over virtually all the primary promotional avenues. …
26 Mar 2007, 18:40 de Pablo-747Most covers are pale imitations, not much more than a respectful nod towards the original. Occasionally, though, a cover finds new beauty, new depth, life in a moribund shell. This is a list of such covers:
1. Windmills Of Your Mind. Beautiful, uncluttered version, where the pathos of the lyric and the simplicity of the melody are let breathe.
2. All Along the Watchtower. Few people can cover Bob Dylan and sound credible, for Jimi Hendrix to transform his work so astonishingly is something else.
3.From the sublime to...
...the hilarious. Arctic Monkeys may parody the Girls Aloud original here, but they do it very well. I like this song so much that I wanted to see a video of it, unfortunately none exists, prompting many AM fans to make their own. I particularly enjoyed this one:
4. We'll Meet Again Just when the song had disappeared from the collective unconscious, Johnny Cash brings back its original tragic meaning.
15 Mar 2006, 21:26 de blauinspired by my LA vacation from which i just returned yesterday. it is not complete yet though.
in alphabetical order.
1. girls not grey
2. The Adventure (Final)
3. I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor
4. Dance, Dance
5. Play That Funky Music White Boy
6. The Motivation Proclamation
7. I Walk the Line
8. Man in Black
9. We'll Meet Again
11. The Love Bug
12. So Sick
13. Something in the Way (unplugged)
14. The Only Difference Between Martyrdom and Suicide Is Press Coverage
15. One Wish
16. My Kind of Music
18. Venice Queen
19. Santa Monica
20. Johnny met june
22. I Hate Everything About You
23. Beverly Hills