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28 May 2010, 4:39 de De_Kar001)James Brown - It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World
002)Amy Winehouse - He Can Only Hold Her
003)The Pipettes - Your Kisses Are Wasted On Me
004)Caesar's Palace - Candy Kane
005)Oasis - She's Electric
006)Deep Blue Something - Breakfast at Tiffany's
007)The Sheer - It Only Gets Better
008)Broken Bells - Mongrel Heart
009)The Last Shadow Puppets - Only the Truth
010)Jack Penate - Second, Minute Or Hour
011)Razorlight - Stumble and Fall
012)Coldplay - God Put a Smile Upon Your Face
013)The Smashing Pumpkins - Geek U.S.A.
014)Live - Waitress
015)Radiohead - Electioneering
016)Bob Dylan - Subterranean Homesick Blues
017)The Arcade Fire - (Antichrist Television Blues)
018)Animal Collective - My Girls
019)Faithless - Sun to Me
020)Crystal Castles - Celestica
021)Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Dance The Way I Feel
022)Ladytron - Destroy Everything I Touch
023)Bloc Party - Mercury
024)Friendly Fires - Jump in the Pool
025)Bombay Bicycle Club - Always Like This
026)Hercules Love Affair - blind
4 May 2010, 17:50 de Babs_05Track: General Election
Artist: Lord Beginner
Album: London Is The Place For Me (Part 2)
Tags: calypso, politics, 50s, world, my gang rotw
Video: Click the pic...
http://i1.ytimg.com/vi/h8KNPIl6qk8/default.jpg YouTube, audio upload
It's election week in Great Britain with only days to go till we find out if we have a new leader or not.
I was going to pick Radiohead - Electioneering at first, then I thought maybe I should go for ABBA - The Winner Takes It All, but with tactical voting threatening the status quo causing some to call for a reformation of the entire voting process, it didn't look like there would even be a clear winner, just leaders making deals with each other. So that wouldn't do.
A little hunting in Last.fm unearthed this little treasure. It was written in 1950 after Clement Atlee’s victory in the first general election ever after a full term of a Labour government. (wikipedia)
About Lord Beginner from Last.fm:
23 Feb 2010, 17:21 de mrDovydasMilestones1st track: (10 Feb 2010)
Nirvana - Lake Of Fire
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/153762.jpg1000th track: (02 Mar 2010)
Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Chile
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/5989620.jpg2000th track: (29 Mar 2010)
The Beatles - All You Need Is Love
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/23152887.jpg3000th track: (19 Apr 2010)
Hiperbolė - Duok man šulinį neišgertą
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/5737957.jpg4000th track: (04 May 2010)
Pearl Jam - Jeremy
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/2245160.jpg5000th track: (23 May 2010)
Ramones - Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/7403.gif6000th track: (16 Jun 2010)
The Beatles - Not a Second Time
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/23152887.jpg7000th track: (06 Jul 2010)
Led Zeppelin - Friends
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/5470.jpg8000th track: (29 Jul 2010)
Syd Barrett - Wolfpack
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/252/332515.jpg9000th track: (23 Aug 2010)
Pink Floyd - See Emily Play
23 Feb 2010, 15:42 de amodelofcontrolA slightly more light-hearted TT this week, one that's been in the works since the recent Christmas number one (Rage Against the Machine's Killing in the Name, lest we forget) and hearing nothing but cowbell, it seems, in much of the Winter Olympics coverage in the past week or so, made this appropriate. Also, tools exist to add cowbell to any song you like, but today I'm looking at ten songs that perhaps already have more than enough. And don't worry, this list does not feature Blue Öyster Cult...
a shared Spotify playlist, here. Feel free to add other songs that feature cowbell. And also, yes, we can argue the finer points of what is cowbell and what isn't, but if it sounds like it, it can go in...]
From one of the albums that confirmed the use of sampling as an artform, here's one of the many highlights. Like the rest of the album, picking out all the samples would take all sodding night, but anyway, that's not the point here. This is all about the funky beats, that guitar line. …
26 Nov 2009, 1:39 de yxsarvik...classic album
Radiohead - OK Computer
Radiohead, to me, is like the musical equivalent of Stanley Kubrick movies. This album has massive melodies and a chilling atmosphere for you to lose yourself in. It is both elegant and "out there". Sure, Thom Yorke sounds like a dying animal at all times, but his vocal style fits with the songs he creates. And the ending of Paranoid Android must be one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever heard.
Subterranean Homesick Alien
Exit Music (for a Film)
Climbing Up the Walls
13 Oct 2008, 18:17 de titchio
13 Oct 2008, 18:16 de titchio
22 Jul 2008, 17:59 de vanitycentralTake your top twenty artists overall, and list:
a) The first song you heard by them. (Year you first heard it next to it).
b) The song that really got you into them.
c) Your current favourite by them.
N.B. Play Counts are accurate at 19:03 GMT 22/07/2008
1. Pulp Play Count: 6,103
a) Common People 2004
b) Mis-Shapes 2006
c) O.U. (Gone, Gone) 2007
2. Morrissey Play Count: 4,195
a) Suedehead 2006
b) The Last Of The International Playboys 2006
c) Such a Little Thing Makes Such a Big Difference 2008
3. Blur Play Count: 2,162
a) Coffee & TV 1999
b) There's No Other Way 2000
c) St. Louis 2008
4. Suede Play Count: 1,457
a) The Drowners 2005
b) The Drowners 2005
c) Modern Boys 2008
5. The Smiths Play Count: 1,340
a) Hand in Glove 2004
b) The Boy With The Thorn In His Side 2004
c) Paint a Vulgar Picture 2006
6. The Clash Play Count: 865
a) Rock the Casbah 2002
b) Train in Vain 2004
c) Up in Heaven (Not Only Here) 2006
7. My Bloody Valentine Play Count: 849
9 Jun 2008, 10:46 de JuchmakoYeah, I saw someone doing this too. I thought I should give it a try. You should copy the questions, put in the song you listen to, and answer.
A comment after the game: I wasn't very satisfied with the shuffle today. Few of my favourite bands. But I didn't skip a single song!
01. Which song do you prefer, Stockholm Syndrome by Muse or Behind the Drapes by Mew?
None of them are like my favourite, but I'd say Stockholm Syndrome.
02. Have you ever listened to Bedshaped by Keane on repeat?
Yes, I think so.
03. What album is Satisfaction by Benny Benassi from?
I don't have a clue xD
04. What do you think about the artist who did Cheer's Darlin'?
Damien Rice makes nice music, but his lyrics are so sad. They make me cry.
05. Is Immortal by The Rasmus one of your favourite songs?
I really really loved that song some years ago *getting nostalgic* But it's not a favourite anymore.
06. Who does Sofa Song by The Kooks remind you of?