29 jui. 2012, 11h31m par inspectchenk
18 mai 2011, 18h48m par AartmusicThis is my evolution of music. Since June 2004 I'm listening to music. I've collected the best hits for each year. Every beginning of June I start with a new music year. The list is in order of time.
Year I: 2004 - 2005
Best Artist: Usher
Best Song: Usher - U Remind Me
Best Album: Usher - Confessions
01. Usher - U Remind Me
02. Nelly Furtado - Try
03. Eamon - Fuck It (I Don't Want You Back)
04. The Corrs - Summer Sunshine
05. Keane - Somewhere Only We Know
06. Counting Crows & Bløf - Holiday in Spain
07. Hoobastank - The Reason
08. Intwine - Cruel Man
09. Benassi Bros. - Hit My Heart
10. Lenny Kravitz - Calling All Angels
11. U2 - Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
12. Reflekt - Need To Feel Loved
13. Mocky - Catch a Moment in Time
14. Marco Borsato - Opa
15. Maroon 5 - Must Get Out
16. Daniel Powter - Bad Day
17. Coldplay - Speed of Sound
18. Akcent - Kylie
Year II: 2005 - 2006
15 avr. 2011, 18h10m par SunRay1991CURRENT #1:
01. (+2) 4 (01) Magnetic Man - Getting Nowhere (feat. John Legend)
02. (+3) 8 (05) Natalia Kills - Mirrors
03. (+13) 2 (03) Innerpartysystem – Out Of Touch
04. (-3) 3 (01) Gareth Emery – Into the Light (feat. Mark Frisch)
05. (-1) 7 (03) Hurts - Sunday
06. (-4) 10 (01) Two Door Cinema Club – What You Know
07. (+2) 3 (07) She & Him - Don't Look Back
08. (+2) 6 (08) Getter Jaani - Rockefeller Street
09. (+4) 3 (09) Shakira - Addicted To You
10. (+1) 6 (10) Lena - Taken By A Stranger
11. (+8) 2 (11) Brazzaville - Anabel2
12. (+2) 5 (12) Linkin Park – Burning in the Skies
13. (-6) 14 (01) Jasper Forks - Alone
14. (NE) 1 (14) Soraya – Vanity (Henry Blank Remix)
15. (+9) 4 (15) Lykke Li – I Follow Rivers (The Magician Remix)
16. (-10) 5 (06) CunninLynguists - Stars Shine Brightest (In The Darkest Of Night) (Feat. Rick Warren)
17. (-5) 7 (03) Mike Candys - Together Again (Christopher S Remix)
19 jui. 2010, 1h01m par ibzz1. How did you get into 20? Frankmusik
I just heard his music one day and I was really feelin it! Great beats.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 12? Heidi Montag
Probably Body Language
3. How many albums by 2 do you own? Christina Aguilera
Just one, her self-titled debut, Christina Aguilera
4. What is your favorite song by 30? Boa
5. What is your favorite song by 22? The Pussycat Dolls
Eh, I don't really have one
6. Is there a song by 4 that makes you happy? Madonna
Into the Groove
7. What is your favorite song by 25? Jessica Simpson
I Think I'm in Love with You
8. What is a good memory you have involving 27? Girlicious
I remember I was at camp a couple summers ago & I came across the video for Like Me and I was obsessed haha I kept trying to imitate the moves and everything
9. Is there a song by 9 that makes you happy? Ke$ha
Of course! More than one
10. How many times have you seen 18 live? Hammock
Ohmygod in my dreams!
5 avr. 2010, 13h45m par shadow_boySince around the mid-1980s, electronic dance music has enjoyed popularity in many nightclubs, and, as of 2006, is the predominant type of music played in discothèques as well as the rave scene.
As such, the related term club music, while broadly referring to whatever music genres are currently in vogue and associated with nightclubs, has, for some, become synonymous with all electronic dance music, or just those genres (or some subset thereof) that are typically played at mainstream discothèques.
It is sometimes used more broadly to encompass non-electronic music played at such venues, or electronic music that is not normally played at clubs but that shares attributes with music that is.
Disco Club by Black Eyed Peas
Disco Heaven by Lady Gaga
Rumenian by Benassi Bros.
Nixon's Spirit by Paul Oakenfold
13 jui. 2009, 1h13m par michal_p_pl1. How did you get into 29? (Princess Superstar - 553)
I'm not sure. I've heard her song "Bad Babysitter" for the first time some years ago, but I've never payed much attention to her music untill recently.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Santogold - 770)
"Les artistes", I suppose. French title was what attracted my attention.
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33? (Epica joint with Eurythmics at #32, Epica reached this later - 536)
In fact, my favourite song of them is off vocals.
4. What is your favorite album by 49? (Xandria - 395)
I think that'd be "Kill the Sun", their debut.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (Lady Gaga - 1 002)
Well, she released only one and I'm the happy owner of its Polish edition.
6. What is your favorite song by 50? (Fleetwood Mac - 379)
"Little Lies" - the melody is somewhat happy, but the lyrics are not. I like contrasts.
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? (Emiliana Torrini - 478)
29 mai 2009, 21h10m par _oxymoronic
17 nov. 2008, 22h43m par vitreusnow before you purist get your panties in a twist, this is not meant to be an exhaustive cataloging of every awesome electronic record by every artist known to man.
neither does the partial absence of a discography intended as a slight to the remainder of the artists' body of work, nor to imply those albums are inferior to the ones found here.
this is simply a batch of albums that, if you like a few of the albums listed here, you're very likely to find more of interest from elsewhere on the list.
take it for what it is.
Clark: Turning Dragon
Emilie Simon: Vegetal, Emilie Simon
M83: Before the Dawn Heals Us, Saturdays=Youth, Dead Cities, Red Seas, Lost Ghosts, M83
The Knife: Silent Shout
Telefon Tel Aviv: Fahrenheit Fair Enough, Map of What Is Effortless
Autechre: Chiastic Slide, Confield, Tri Repetae ++
65daysofstatic: The Fall of Math
Ladytron: Witching Hour, 604, Light And Magic
Boards of Canada: Campfire Headphase, a beautiful place out in the country
6 sept. 2008, 20h00m par substrJust a quick little library update with some recent listening thoughts...
Size: 83.97 GB
Duration: 39 days + 16:16:04
Plays to date: 25,842
As of late, I've kind of been in an electronic, funk, post-rock, instrumental, dance mood with some classic rock mixed in. Trying to take a break from all of the heavier stuff, but they still manage to find my playlists. Slowly, some decent old-school rap, classical, and 90's music has been making its way to my library again. I have managed to surpass where I was in terms of capacity before my hard drives failed a couple months ago, but I know I'm missing some important stuff. We'll see what happens in a month or so.
Also, I just found out about Ronald Jenkees yesterday from a friend. Some of his tracks are pretty wicked. I really enjoy Stay Crunchy. It is pretty much what I've been listening to the past month in a nutshell. Some really funky electronic stuff with a slick beat. Can't shake it.
15 mai 2008, 20h17m par krishnabhushank