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Giu 3 2011, 17:58 di umobolanWoodsman - insects
Lust for Youth - far away
Handsome Furs - cheap music
Led Er Est -. lonesome xoxo
Cold Cave - pacing around the church
Doctrine - you and your dad issues (vocal mix)
Sarandon - dinosaur
Xander Harris - splatter in the mouth
Alaskan - atlas creek
Mega City Four - twenty one again
The Replacements - left of the dial
Digital Leather - thrill is gone
Doughboys - melt
Alenah - mitt waterloo
Xray Eyeballs - nightwalkers
Kent State - crashing satellites
Coup D'Etat - aggregat
Tropic of Cancer - temporal vessels
I Hate Myself - song 3
I Hate Myself - less than nothing
Telepathe - destroyer
I Hate Myself - song 1
Non-Prophets - any port
BITCHES - can not love
Sigur Rós - death announcements and funerals
Deadverse Massive - takeover (ft. gym brown, oddateee, d.l.e.mm.a. & skalla)
Death Grips - takyon (death yon)
A Storm of Light - collapse
I Hate Myself - song 4
Pink Reason - you can't win
Apr 22 2011, 8:48 di TheVictoryRose
Gen 13 2011, 22:24 di AnotherPartLostSure, I could listen to pop songs (and sometimes I actually do just that). But to make music more than just nice-to-listen-to, you need emotion. Sure, that could be positive emotions (and sometimes, I actually like positive songs). But to make a song truly stick, it needs a negative emotion.
Just look at my listenings. The top is filled with bands that have an emotional sound, a negative emotion that is. Bands like Defeater, More Than Life, Shai Hulud, Carry On, American Nightmare, Verse and last, but most definately not least: I Hate Myself. Fine examples of bands you could call a lot of things, but cheerfull is not one of them.
All of these bands play a loud kind off music, hardcore oriented, that do know how to put some melancholy into their sound. There are two exceptions in my top artists though.
The first ugly duckling would be Tiger Lou. His music started out quite balanced, but it just grew darker and darker. Just watch the video for The loyal and you will know why dark is the word of choice. …
Mag 21 2010, 19:18 di Sanctuary1
Mag 14 2010, 2:28 di usrp**This list is not up to date.**
The Locust/Jenny Piccolo- split 5"
Orchid- self titled 7"
Pg.99/Process Is Dead- Doc #6 7"
Defiance, Ohio/Environmental Youth Crunch- split 7"
Trifle Tower/Killeur Calculateur- Split 7"
Daniel Striped Tiger/Sinaloa- split 7"
Transistor Transistor/Mannequin- Split 7"
The Flash Attacks- Revenge of the Fruit Flies 7"
Splag- Rise 7"
Alessa- My Brother was Eaten by Wolves on the Connecticut Turnpike
Bridge and Tunnel/Young Livers- Split 7"
Song of Zarathustra- 2 song ep 7"
Look Back and Laugh- State of Illusion 7"
Against Me!- The Disco Before the Breakdown 7"
Angel Hair- self titled 7"
Mischief Brew/Wignut Dishwashers Union/Guitar Bomb/Endless Mike & the Beagle- Four Way split 7"
Witch Hunt/To What End?- Split 7"
Usurp Synapse/Index for Potential Suicide- Split 7"
L'antietam- We Like It When The Red Water Comes Out 7"
Capsule/Devices- Split 7"
Feb 1 2010, 8:27 di windtreestarsLarge collection of out-of-print d.i.y & independent label emo records from 1985 to 1999 uploaded to media fire:
* * * www.mediafire.com/emoisdead * * *
Last update: 18 June 2010
Total number of files: 793
Total size of all files: 23.54 GB
Total downloads: 180,110
Total bandwidth: 6 TB
125, Rue Montmartre, 30 Second Motion Picture, Ache Hour Credo, Admiral, After Words, Agna Moraine's Autobiography, Allure, Ambassador 990, Amber Inn, Anomie, Assay, Assfactor 4, Azure, Baroque, Behind Closed Doors, Bells on Trike, Bev.Clone, Blackjackaction, Blake, Bob Tilton, Boilermaker, Boys Life, Braid, Breakwater, Broken Hearts Are Blue, Calabash Case, Cambria, Cap'n Jazz, Car vs Driver, Cars Get Crushed, Carol, Cedar of Lebanon, Cerberus Shoal, Chapman Park, Chino Horde, Chocolate Kiss, Christie Front Drive, Christopher Robin, Chune, class of 84, Closure, Compound Red, Constatine Sankathi, Current, Cyan, Daredevil, The Day of Man as Man…
Dic 31 2009, 17:07 di dischord33Being the 31st of December and everything, I figured it was about time I looked back at all the albums I bought/borrowed/downloaded over the course of the past 9 years and 364 days, and picked out my top twenty.
That's a lie. I was only six when we came into the new millenium, and not many six-year-olds listen to Nadja (a search for "drone baby" does not bring up ANY pictures of babies listening to drone, which is too bad).
So what this list really is, is my top twenty albums that were released in the last 9 years and 364 days. Whilst the mainstream has been largely dominated by pop, r'n'b and rap this decade, the was a lot of great music if you bothered to look for it.
How do I judge a great album? Well, there are three kinds of great albums:
a) an album filled with consistantly great songs (Mellow Gold by Beck)
b) an album with many hits and a few misses, where the hits are good enough to make up for the misses, and then some (Destroy all Astromen! by Man or Astro-Man?)
Dic 6 2009, 1:00 di CharleZthegreat1. How did you get into 29?
Forgive Durden- He was recommended to me and I just loved Razia's Shadow
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Minor Threat- Straight Edge
3. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Death Cab for Cutie- I had 2 but i borrowed them
4. What is your favorite song by 15?
I Hate Myself- Conversation With Dr. Seussicide
5. What is your favorite song by 5?
Panic! at the Disco- I don't listen to them anymore, so i don't know
6. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
blink-182- again, i don't listen to them anymore
7. What is your favorite song by 10?
Billy Talent- I don't like them anymore
8. What is a good memory you have involving 30?
Mineral- Ummm I don't have one?
9. Is there a song by 19 that makes you happy?
Silverstein- I don't like them anymore
10. How many times have you seen 25 live?
Lifetime- 0 times
12. What is your favorite album by 11?
The Promise Ring- Nothing Feels Good