15 Mar 2012, 17:56 by surelymaggie
17 Jun 2011, 11:39 by rianpopkid10. Alanis Morisette - Jagged Little Pill
One of the most iconic rock album ever on 90s. You Oughta Know, Hand in my pocket, and Ironic are still the shit.
9. Madonna - True Blue
Such a nice pop album in the middle of 80s. Sexy, but still a sweet pure pop perfection for teenagers. No one can forget how sweet Madonna was in Papa Don't Preach and steamy hot video of her in Open Your Heart
8. Justin Timberlake - Justified
As we all know, Justin is going to be the next Prince of Pop. His Like I Love You and Cry Me a River proved that Justin can do it better than Michael ;)
7. Beyoncé - B'Day
19 Mar 2010, 20:41 by kirby2725Beyoncé!
WOW! I can't believe I've listened to 8,000 songs by her! The 8,000th song was Broken-Hearted Girl off the I Am... Sasha Fierce album.
I figure I should devote the rest of this post to Ms. Knowles-Carter. So here are a couple personal lists recording the queen:
My Top Scrobbled Beyoncé Albums:
03. Dangerously in Love (555)
02. B'Day (2,278)
01. I Am...Sasha Fierce (3,812)
My Top 10 Scrobbled Beyoncé Tracks:
10. Smash Into You (198)
09. Broken-Hearted Girl (208)
07. Disappear (212)
07. Scared of Lonely (212)
06. Ave Maria (224)
05. If I Were a Boy (236)
04. Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) (246)
03. Radio (248)
02. Sweet Dreams (294)
01. Halo (328)
My Top 05 Scrobbled B'Day Tracks:
05. Upgrade U (127)
04. Green Light (128)
03. Get Me Bodied (129)
02. Ring the Alarm (135)
01. Deja Vu (177)
My Top 05 Scrobbled Dangerously in Love Tracks:
05. Me, Myself and I (54)
04. Work It Out (67)
03. Naughty Girl (69)
02. Baby Boy (72)
20 Nov 2009, 16:11 by onyxparadise(clicky) Quiet Storm (album download) (clicky)
This is the album intro! I wanted the title to have two meanings, one which was obviously the album intro being the ‘opening’ of the story / journey, but also for it to encourage listeners to enter the album with an open mind, open attitude and open heart. The idea of “open your body / open your mind” was to combine the physical and mental, as some of the album songs are very much about physical sentiments such as sex, money and fashion; others are more to do with thoughts, emotions and relationships and our feelings and beliefs surrounding those situations. It was also meant to have a somewhat mysterious feel, which is why my voice stutters and distorts at various parts. “I’m coming in” is your sign to get ready!…
2. All Night Long
…as I ask at the beginning of this song, “Are you ready?” The journey is beginning! I wanted the album’s opening track (i.e. this is the first song proper) to be a slow…
6 Oct 2008, 06:30 by hatch9008Dangerously In Love
Released: June 24,2003
Crazy In Love
Me, Myself and I
Dangerously In Love 2
Worldwide Sales: 8 Million
B'Day (and Deluxe Edition)
Released: September 4, 2006 & April 3, 2007
Ring The Alarm
Get Me Bodied
Worldwide Sales: 6 Million
14 Dec 2007, 16:18 by n8archer_XII've made my profile, but now I want to download and use the software. My computer keeps telling me I "have to be logged in as an administrator" to run the program. My brother's profile on the computer is usually set (by him, for no good reason) as administrator, so I questioned him. He used his administrator rights to set my profile as an administrator also. I tried running the LastFM installer again, but I'm getting the same old error. I decided I could just use a scrobbling plugin for another music player on my PC, like WMP11, but when I download the plugin, the administrator stipulation keeps the plugin from installing corectly too! Augh! Kirk FranklinBeyonceLudacrisJaheimJoJoMariah CareyWhitney HoustonHeroGet Me BodiedWeakGossip FolksI've Changed
14 Aug 2007, 02:50 by R0DJOhI guess Last.fm makes it pretty clear that I'm obssesed with Beyoncé. This particular blog post is to talk about a certain song called Get Me Bodied.
I'm not sure if Get Me Bodied was intended to be a single in the end. Though its almost safe to say at this point that all B'Day has been released as singles pretty much. But Get Me Bodied is prolly the one song that screams 'dancefloor hit' just like that. There's no question about it, it HAD to get out there.
And pretty much based on the popularity that the people gave it, it managed to come out as a single in the end. It also helped that out of all the cheaply done videos for the B'Day video Anthology, Get Me Bodied wsa certainly the best. And the "hidden extended version" at the end of the originl B'Day was just too catchy to resist with all the snapping and Naomi Campbell walking.
I'm addicted! It's like the Electro Boogie all over again.
18 Jun 2007, 02:37 by shawnalicious#10 -- Avril Lavigne - I Can Do Better. Avril showed us she could do better, saying goodbye to the #47 spot dropping in at number 10 this week with her hit single from her third album the "The Best Damn Thing" I Can Do Better. Theirs no shocker that this song entered in the number 10.
#09 -- Beyonce - Get Me Bodied. Beyonce wants her fans to get her to number one. Moving from #23 all the way down to number nine this week. Beyonce wants [track]Get Me Bodied[/track] to be number one, but you the fans have to get her there. Keep voting.
#08 -- Rihanna - Rehab It's no shocker that Rihanna has fight in her, this is the first of two entries on this countdown. Rihanna debuted at Number 8 this week with her hot new single "Rehab".
#07 -- T-Pain - Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin') (feat. Yung Joc) T-Pain wants to buy you a drank and this isn't the only time you'll be hearing from him. Buy U A Drank dropped three spots down this week from #4, snappin at #7.
2 Jan 2007, 23:40 by stevenbeelen