21 mars 2011, 23h26m par darren86
2 jan. 2010, 20h10m par americamamushiLast.FM Milestoneshttp://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t296/Kastuvas/1-1.pngst track: (18 Mar 2007)
The Jesus and Mary Chain - April Skies
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宇多田ヒカル - Sakura Drops
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Freezepop - Pop Goes My Love
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Trembling Blue Stars - the rhythm of your breathing
13 mars 2009, 20h25m par maals
3 mars 2009, 21h16m par LlorenzaDonovan – Sunshine Superman
You know about these albums that start with the best song? This is a very good example. Sunshine Superman starts with (rarara) Sunshine Superman, which is a fantastic song. No, I didn't know anything about Donovan except "Mellow Yellow" (which I really like) and no, I had no idea what to expect, but luckily my more than decent amount of Hitbox cd's made Sunshine Superman sound familiar. A sample of it is used in Imani Coppola's "Legend Of a Cowgirl" and is it a coincidence the next song on this album is called "Legend Of A Girl Child Linda"? I guess not!
Now, the thing about albums that start with their best song, is that they start with their best song. So you know quite quickly it isn't getting better than this. Luckily the second best songs are more at the end of the album. Clever guy, that Donovan!
There are probably a lot of things that can be said about this album, but what comes out best is the personality of the singer. …
26 oct. 2008, 2h36m par MoogleFanI've been working on this playlist since around 2005 or so, using many of these songs in Halloween mixes at my house, for friends, at my former school, events, etc., etc., and often on shuffle at various times of the year. I'm sure there is still a lot missing here, so suggesting artists, albums, and tracks that are Halloween-suitable (or just good for spookiness, haunting introspection and/or dark-ish party music in general) is very much welcome. Even if they're from artists that I have on here, because, in all probability, I've missed some glaringly obvious ones. What's more, if you're a subscriber you can play all the streamable ones I've listed from my Halloween tag-station here: http://www.last.fm/listen/usertags/mooglefan/halloween
Legend: # = my additions, ** = others' suggestions
Here's the list of Halloween tracks, LAST EDITED: 10/31/2008
Where Fools Go - 12 Rounds
Hell's Bells - AC/DC
That Voodoo! - Adam and the Ants
Vampires - Adam Ant
Dark Messages - Air
Ghost Song - Air
31 oct. 2007, 15h27m par elchodeHere's what I've got for Halloween this year.
1. Songs shall be chosen for content, lyrics, or a creepy, halloween-y feel.
2. Only one obligatory song permitted per playlist.
2a. Obligatory Songs: Monster Mash, Thriller, Werewolves of London
3. All songs must be able to fit on standard 70-minute CD-R
Electric Eel Shock - Scream for Me
Misfits - Astro Zombies
Bo Diddley - Bo Meets the Monster
Queens of the Stone Age - Monsters in the Parasol
The Sonics - The Witch
Eagles of Death Metal - Kiss the Devil
Wolfmother - Witchcraft
The Apemen - Creature from the Haunted Sea
The Coral - She Sings the Mourning
The Black Angels - Young Men Dead
Oysterhead - Shadow of a Man
Black Sabbath - N.I.B.
Orbital - Satan
The Bomboras - A Fistful Of Terror
Ween - Voodoo Lady
Warren Zevon - Werewolves of London
Donovan - Season of the Witch
My Morning Jacket - I Think I'm Going to Hell
William Shatner - You'll Have Time
26 oct. 2006, 15h07m par PartyLizI made a special mix for Halloween based simply on what was handy on my iTunes at work. With a little time and effort I could expand this into something much more spooky and rockin', but nevertheless -- not bad for a few minutes at work. Here's a fun Halloween mix from me to you:
The Boogie Monster
Planet Claire ("no one ever dies there, no one has a head...")
Season of the Witch
Fried My Little Brains
I'm a Ghost
Talk To Me Devil, Again
Satin in a Coffin
Haunt You Down
Monsters ("this town is full of monsters making out with other monsters...")
Harvest Moon (ok, I know, decidedly un-scary, but it's such a beautiful slow dance closer...)
Yeah, yeah, I noticed the omission of any Smashing Pumpkins too. Which is weird since they are my favorite band, but I dunno, what song would I play??
4 oct. 2006, 16h10m par thehippiechickWhy are you taking yet another shuffle quiz?
Song: Velvet Goldmine
Artist: David Bowie
Comment: Hmmm. But glam rock is always welcome.
What's currently in your fridge?
Song: Candy Girl
Artist: New Edition
Comment: Mmm... there *is* actually a bag of mini Snickers in there at the moment...
Your biggest nightmare?
Song: No Scrubs
Comment: No, I don't want no scrub!
What place would you like to visit?
Song: Scarborough Fair
Artist: Simon and Garfunkel
Comment: Yes! It does make me want to visit a RenFaire.
A reason to commit suicide?
Song: Gypsies Tramps and Thieves
Why are we here?
Artist: Collective Soul
Comment: Yeah, we should all shine our brightest, right?
Something you never dared to say to anyone...?
Song: Love Street
Artist: The Doors
Comment: "She has robes and she has monkeys, lazy diamond studded flunkies." Okay?
One thing the world really doesn't need?