Mar 24 2010, 7:33 di RoomForSymmetry
Gen 26 2010, 6:59 di organic43Total number of tracks: 3666
Total Time: 9.6 days
Total number of artists: 224
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First Song: Able To Love by Benny Benassi
Last Song: 911 by Robin Thicke
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Shortest Song: Bye - Tegan and Sara (0:05)
Longest Song: 2009 Year End Megamix- Kelvin Nicolas (34:53)
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First Album: Abbey Road (Remastered) - The Beatles
Last Album: † - Justice
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First song: O...Saya (feat. M.I.A.) - A.R. Rahman
Last song: Colorado Sunrise - 3OH!3
Top 5 Most Played Songs:
1. Dancing with Tears in My Eyes - Ke$ha 260
2. Diablo - Simon Curtis 219
3. Delusional- Simon Curtis 188
4. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - Leighton Meester 180
5. Touch of My Hand - Britney Spears 178
First 5 songs that comes up on Shuffle:
1. Crossroads - John Mayer
2. It's Amateur Night At The Apollo Creed - Cobra Starship
3. Ave Mary A - P!nk
4. So Happy I Could Die - Lady Gaga
5. Fuck Frankie - Marilyn Manson
Gen 25 2010, 21:03 di cheldollJohn Mayer is and has always been one of my favorite people -- witty, sarcastic, thoughtful, and just really fucking talented. It doesn't hurt that he's cute, either.
Let me first say that it's hard for me to really be objective when I review his music; the original slower recording of "No Such Thing" from the Inside Wants Out EP and the entirety of Room for Squares were major parts of the soundtrack to my middle school-early high school years, and the release of Heavier Things was something to celebrate when you're 16.
Now, all that being said, John released another album in 2006, literally less than a month after I'd went to McMinnville for College. Continuum blew my little Chelly mind out of the water. A good friend of mine snagged the album off iTunes the second it was available and it couldn't have fit better into our lifespans -- "Stop This Train," "Waiting on the World to Change," "In Repair" -- and, just as God intended, he included a cover of Hendrix's Bold As Love.
Gen 22 2010, 0:26 di GeeeorgeMon 18 Jan – John Mayer, Codeine Velvet Club
Starting the party in Hammersmith was Codeine Velvet Club, and in fairness they did a fantastic job at keeping the crowd happy in their painful wait for the man of the moment. Fans of The Fratellis will know CVC to be the side project of front man John Fratelli, forming a duo with singer Lou Hickey. The band raced through an energetic set, displaying a toe-tapping combination of rock’n’roll and Fratelli-esque guitar riffs. Despite the quality of their half an hour set, there was no denying that the crowd were becoming agitated, and Codeine Velvet Club were denying the inevitable - John Mayer.
As the clock ticked over to 9pm, the Hammersmith Apollo went dark. John Mayer emerged from the darkness, flanked by former Pretenders guitarist Robbie McIntosh, long-time friend/producer/drummer Steve Jordan, as well as the ever-phenomenal guitarist David Ryan Harris, along with a whole entourage of incredibly talented musicians. …
Dic 3 2009, 21:33 di ZeozuluI thought I would post my favorite new albums and songs of 2009. You should do the same!
1. Battle Studies
2. The Boy Who Knew Too Much
3. Heartbeat Radio
4. The Fray
5. Where The Wild Things Are
1. Who Says
2. Perfectly Lonely
3. Good Gone Girl
4. Like Lazenby
5. Worried Shoes
6. United States of Eurasia
8. Never Say Never
9. We Are Golden
Lug 10 2008, 19:57 di dramabeauty32Wed 9 Jul – John Mayer, Colbie Caillat, Brett Dennen
Since my friend and I were traveling out of state to see the concert, we missed some of the beginning acts. We actually got in during Colbie Caillet's Realize because the stupid purse checker thought that my camera was a professional one, which it most definitely isn't, but she made me go back to the car and put it away. How stupid is that? Instead of going to our seats, we toured the sponsors and bought our t-shirts. That was the worst part about the whole show: there were like, three people working the whole merchandise stand and a huge crowd. They sold out of the shirt that I wanted, but that's okay; I just got the green one instead of the purple.
We made it back to our seats just in time. I think we were at our seats like, five minutes before John Mayer started. We had pretty decent seats on the left side, but nothing like I had at the Meadows where I was ten rows back. We were about thirty rows back from the stage.