21 Dec 2014, 21:38 by wolowina-saute
19 Jan 2014, 15:18 by rockferry011. The xx- Together
from The Great Gatsby
2. David Bowie - Heroes
from The Perks of Being a Wallflower
3. Simpe minds - Don't You Forget About Me
from The Breakfast Club
4. Beck- Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometimes
from Eternal sunshine of the Spotless Mind
5. The Stranglers- Golden Brown
6. Neil Diamond- Girl You'll Be A Woman Soon
29 Oct 2013, 01:07 by eucaine
9 Jan 2011, 05:08 by rastronomicalsThe post at Blogspot
Interesting it is, I think, that in the wake of Gerry Rafferty's death January 4th, I've spent more time thinking about a guy getting his ear sliced off in a famously ultraviolent indie film than I have thinking about the deceased artist in question.
Maybe it's just mine own reaction, and if so, let's just forget the whole thing, and I'll see you on Tuesday or so. But it doesn't seem fair to me, on consideration, doesn't seem fitting.
Gerry Rafferty was no Captain Beefheart, no revolutionary, no great influence to anyone, really. The relevant stage of his career as an inoffensive soft-rocker lasted a decade, or actually a little less, and he seems to have spent the last 15 years of his life drinking himself to death.
30 Aug 2010, 05:16 by kabanYou know it's once in an era you can come across an album that's so.... perfect??... that words fail you and you sit and become obsessed with it and listen to it on repeat time after time – tracks pop up and the lyrics underpin a life experience, a mood, an attitude – as if life is like some sort of cosmic jukebox, God is the DJ, and all you gotta do is dance the dance?
April March's Triggers is one such album.
Coming after the terrific Chromanance Decoder album, both produced by French genius Bertrand Bugalat, it's like following the Beatles from Rubber Soul to Revolver, or Brian Wilson from Today... to Petsounds.
Chromanace is a strong, delightful album with many perks that bear repeat listens, but it is on Triggers that the pair hit their stride – two bright stars collide and cover the whole thing in magic music dust, from beginning to end. The two parts blend into something so “other” that it is seamless (and pointless to compare). The production values are so much more stronger too.
18 Jul 2010, 12:59 by fabiandalesioJuly 2010 updated
1 Joy Division (Manchester, England)
2 Massive Attack (Bristol, England)
3 Air (Versailles, France)
4 Koop (Uppsala, Sweden)
5 Hot Chip (London, England)
6 Cinematic Orchestra (London, England)
7 Durutti Column (Manchester, England)
8 Fujiya & Miyagi (Brighton, England)
9 The Cure (Crawley, England)
10 Junior Boys (Hamilton, Canada)
11 Serge Gainsbourg (Paris, France)
12 Aphex Twin (Cornwall, England)
13 Daft Punk (Paris, France)
14 The Killers (Las Vegas, Usa)
15 Portishead (Bristol, England)
16 Mercury Rev (Buffalo, Usa)
17 Nightmares on Wax (Leeds, England)
18 Henri Salvador (Cayenne, France)
19 Yazoo (Basildon, England)
20 Kompis (unkown, Sweden)
21 The Orb (London, England)
22 The Postal Service (Seattle, Usa)
23 Benjamin Biolay (Lyon, France)
24 Jazzanova (Berlin, Germany)
25 The Bird and the Bee (Los Angeles, Usa)
26 Fever Ray (Gothenburg, Sweden)
27 Coralie Clèment (Lyon, France)
28 Bloc Party (London, England)
29 New Order (Manchester, England)
26 May 2010, 12:45 by Taco_Chopper9/2/08 - 26/5/10
A Place to Bury Strangers
Abbot and Costello
Albert Hammond, Jr.
The Album Leaf
Ali Farka Touré
Alice in Chains
The Andrew Loog Oldman Orchestra
The Andrew Oldman Orchestra
The Andrews Sisters
Badly Drawn Boy
Band of Horses
The Beach Boys
Ben Folds Five
The Besnard Lakes
Bill Clinton (... WHAT?)
The Black Angels
The Black Crowes
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
4 Apr 2010, 11:26 by stariccohttp://i404.photobucket.com/albums/pp125/staricco/Favourite%20Movie%20Songs/1amelie1.png
1. Yann Tiersen - J'y suis jamais allé
from Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain
2. Nico – These Days
from Royal Tenenbaums
3. Iggy Pop - Lust For Life
4. Gary Jules - Mad World
from Donnie Darko
31 Mar 2010, 14:18 by molkique1. How did you get into 29?
Saw them support Turisas back in 2007, and despite Chris being visibly terrified, they were wonderful.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Come What(ever) May - a mate sent it to me, and I hunted the album down next time I was in HMV.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33?
It's Camille Saint-Saëns; he doesn't have lyrics. Danse Macabre is a phenomenal piece of music though.
4. How did you get into 49?
It was hard not to back in the day, when Wannabe was everywhere.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Ace of Base
Two. Happy Nation and The Collection.
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad?
Speed Of Pain. Twisted, beautiful, heartbreaking.
8. What is your favorite song by 15?
9. What is your favorite song by 5?
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
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