15 Aug 2010, 06:43 by Nickandroff
1 Mar 2010, 07:24 by david_riva1. The Hold Steady-Boys And Girls In America
2. The Arcade Fire-Funeral
3. Wilco-Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
4. Brand New-Deja Entendu
5. Say Anything-Is A Real Boy
6. Modest Mouse-Good News For People Who Love Bad News
7. Spoon-Gimme Fiction
8. TV on the Radio-Dear Science
9. Animal Collective-Merriweather Post Pavilion
27 Feb 2010, 19:15 by Linneyyy
8 Jan 2010, 13:41 by BenniP50 Lions
*(2007) Time Is the Enemy
*(1986) Das kriegen wir schon hin
*(2003) As the Eternal Cowboy
*(2005) Searching for a Former Clarity
*(2007) New Wave
*(2006) Nazis Nehmen Uns Die Arbeitsplätze Weg!
*(2007) Revolutionäre sterben nie!
*(2009) Sklaven der Langeweile
*(2008) Captain Morgan's Revenge
*(2009) Black Sails at Midnight
*(2001) Underground Network
*(2003) The Terror State
*(2006) For Blood and Empire
*(2008) The Bright Lights of America
*(2009) The People or the Gun
*(2000) The New America
*(2002) The Process of Belief
*(2004) The Empire Strikes First
*(2007) New Maps of Hell
*(1999) Hier kommt Ärger!
*(2001) Stoppt uns wenn ihr könnt
*(2006) Schwarzes Blut
*(1994) Cheshire Cat
6 Jan 2010, 14:56 by PayToCumTitle is pretty self explanatory, no? Definitely some discrepancies with my year end lists but hey, we all evolve (or devolve). As usual it's my favorite albums, not what I think are the BEST albums. The list is a little weird. I was 12 when the decade started, I started to buy CDs regularly around the age of 8. Probably one of the only lists with Camera Obscura and Mister Monster. Also it made me realize all the jazz I listen to is pre-1977 (except John Zorn, natch).
50. Andrew Wk - I Get Wet (2001)
49. Screaming Females - What If Someone Is Watching Their T.V.? (2007)
48. Set Your Goals – Mutiny! (2006)
47. Alkaline Trio – From Here to Infirmary (2001)
15 Jul 2009, 03:44 by Mike121I'm gonna start writing journals on my musical opinions because I'm running out of things to keep me occupied. The thing that made we wanna write was that I've been listening to my whole library on random and trying to uncover stuff that I had on my computer but wasn't familiar with. Tour Song by Jawbreaker came on and I suddenly realized that I haven't given Bivuac a fair listen in almost two years. Listening to the album now sounds 100% different than it did the last time, even though there are three or four songs that I'm pretty familiar with(Chesterfield King mainly). It got me thinking about how the reason I heard of Jawbreaker was because I read a comparison to Against Me! and how both bands supposedly "sold out" in a similar way. Dear You is regarded as a classic now though, and I think Searching for a Former Clarity will be regarded the same way eventually once the" tru punx" detractors die out. Hell Blake was being called a sellout way before Dear You even came out.
12 Jan 2009, 20:55 by ZodokaiI figured that I'd keep track of my ever growing CD collection, so I'll update this whenever I get another album. Be sure to check back somewhat often to see my newest purchases! Please keep in mind that I'm not including singles, EPs, compilations by several artists, or CDs I've burned from friends. These are all albums I physically have.
#'s and Symbols
When Your Heart Stops Beating - +44
T.N.T. - AC/DC
High Voltage - AC/DC
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - AC/DC
Let There Be Rock - AC/DC
Powerage - AC/DC
Highway to Hell - AC/DC
Back in Black - AC/DC
For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) - AC/DC
Flick of the Switch - AC/DC
Fly on the Wall - AC/DC
Who Made Who - AC/DC
Blow Up Your Video - AC/DC
The Razors Edge - AC/DC
AC/DC Live - AC/DC
Ballbreaker - AC/DC
Stiff Upper Lip - AC/DC
Black Ice - AC/DC
Kicking & Screaming - The Acro-brats
Reinventing Axl Rose - Against Me!
As the Eternal Cowboy - Against Me!
22 Nov 2008, 20:15 by DrFausto
9 Nov 2008, 16:25 by WorldWide_Mono
11 Mar 2008, 18:29 by jetsetvenomI stole this from ULTRAjazzy, because I saw it, and thought it was pretty cool. Here goes:
1. How did you get into 31? (Bob Dylan)
I'm not even really sure. My dad has always been a Dylan fan. I probably picked it up from him.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (You, Me, and Everyone We Know)
It was Livin' Th' Dream I think, from Nicole's myspace. Then I went and downloaded their free EP.
3. What's your favourite lyric by 29 (Cobra Starship)
I'm not really sure about that one.
4. What is your favourite album by 49? (Morrissey, Death Cab for Cutie)
My favorite Morrissey album is definitely Live At Earls Court, if that even counts. My favorite Death Cab album is Plans, because of the memories I have around it.
5. What is your favourite song by 25? (The Hush Sound)
It's got to be You Are the Moon or Magnolia.
6. What is your favourite song by 50?
I don't have a Number 50, just 2 49s, so I'll skip this one haha
7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad? (Alkaline Trio)