24. Jun. 2010, 19:53 von Shasolace
25. Mär. 2010, 23:56 von SilentistLast.FM Milestones251st track: (22 May 2007)
Elvis Presley - Just Pretend
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Elvis Presley - How Great Thou Art
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/32320719.jpg253rd track: (22 May 2007)
Elvis Presley - America The Beautiful
http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B00005QVZW.01._SCMZZZZZZZ_.jpg254th track: (22 May 2007)
Luca Mundaca - Nao Se Apavore255th track: (22 May 2007)
Lucinda Williams - Are You Alright?
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/43203055.jpg256th track: (22 May 2007)
Enigma - TNT For The Brain(Night Girl R257th track: (22 May 2007)
Enigma - Sadeness (Mutilation UK Mix)
http://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/174s/32149211.png258th track: (22 May 2007)
Enigma - Mea Culpa(Orthodoxy Mix)259th track: (22 May 2007)
Enigma - The Eyes of Truth(Light Creato260th track: (22 May 2007)
The Moody Blues - Forever Autumn
http://images.amazon.com/images/P/B000002GNC.01.MZZZZZZZ.jpg261st track: (22 May 2007)
3. Apr. 2009, 19:56 von ReijinniI'm only typing this one so that I can see the recommended songs.
Recommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
Pinball Wizard : The Who (Score = 55.16)
Walk This Way : Aerosmith (Score = 50.26)
More Than a Feeling : Boston (Score = 47.45)
Come as You Are : Nirvana (Score = 42.38)
Ebaum's World Dot Com : Lemon Demon (Score = 42.25)
Money for Nothing : Dire Straits (Score = 40.81)
Here I Go Again : Whitesnake (Score = 39.68)
We Didn't Start the Fire : Billy Joel (Score = 39.53)
Dream On : Aerosmith (Score = 38.34)
Everyone Has AIDS : DVDA (Score = 37.83)
Panama : Van Halen (Score = 37.68)
One Week : Barenaked Ladies (Score = 37.47)
Axel F (Saxophone Rendition) : Dylan Leff (Score = 36.22)
Particle Man : They Might Be Giants (Score = 35.28)
Bobonga : 光田康典 (Score = 34.71)
Poison : Alice Cooper (Score = 33.59)
Bad Moon Rising : Creedence Clearwater Revival (Score = 33.23)
Duel of the Fates : John Williams (Score = 33.14)
Hotel California : Eagles (Score = 32.27)
3. Nov. 2008, 1:19 von ebonyhare42i got a nice grey dress and a party on my confirmation
and a cross of...onyx
boy, you make me feel like such a child. even at the end of the day when i have everything i could ever want to be content, theres still an empty shelf that you left. when you see happiness as a luxury rather than the goal, life becomes so much easier.
i did a good job on the music at church even though i didnt get to sing. Toby and i were a good team. Chris looked so cute when he stretched and felt out of place
Only the Good Die Young
18. Nov. 2007, 23:33 von Mrb00stIt's not that complicated. listen to these songs, or die.
Baby Girl, I'm a Blur
Perhaps this is Say Anything at it's finest. And to be honest, Say Anything is modern rock at it's fucking finest. Listen now.
There's a reason this song is tagged as "totally epic." It is. The lyrics, the pacing, the guitar, especially that damn epic guitar solo. Go listen now.
Down, Down, Down To Mehphisto's Cafe
Streetlight Manifesto is arguable the best in the business - as far as business is Ska. The new album was a lengthy four-year wait from the last one, but it was totally worth it. Mehphisto's Cafe is a fantastic track. Give it a spin.
A Hole In The World
It is honestly still up for debate whether Thursday is getting better as a band, or worse. One point of evidence to support "worse" is "A Hole In The World", off of Full Collapse. I think they have yet to create another song so stunning beautiful, heartfelt, and powerful. It's amazing. Also check out the acoustic version!
10. Jul. 2007, 21:02 von muzak2000
11. Mai. 2007, 17:07 von durrilI went to see Billy Joel on May 9th. I had considered seeing Peter Bjorn and John instead, but the Billy Joel tickets were free and closer to my home the the PBJ show. The real conflict was whether to catch something on the way up or on the way down. I'm glad I went to Billy Joel.
Billy Joel was at his prime when my parent's were my age. I thought I couldn't claim him as my own. He was theirs. Wednesday night, I claimed him as my own.
Joel looked like one of theirs at his show. His grizzly facial hair couldn't look irreverant because his face was a bit too round. His face had more angular form when I was a kid. He still had youth.
He still has a twinkle to his eye despite his age. He still performs with the gusto of a devilish good guy, the bad boy of the pack. He still has a strong air of daring. He's still a rock star. His attitude rolled over any age barriers.
I didn't even know he sang Only the Good Die Young, She's Always a Woman, Tell Her About It or My Life. …
9. Feb. 2007, 20:10 von laurak23Wed 7 Feb – Billy Joel
(Okay, so during the show I quickly took down the setlist, plus a few funny quips (Billy really was hilarious, I must say) and embellished it on the way home/here at my dorm. Also, Mollie is my roommate, who went with me.)
There was a screen, not on the sides, but on the little thing hanging down. The ony thing was there was a big light fixture right in the middle of it. So I couldn't really see him on it, but sometimes could catch a glimpse of his profile.
Well, before the show really started, there was some classical type music playing and everyone cheered. All the lights went out and then when they came back on the piano was on the stage and there was Billy!
1. Prelude/Angry Young Man ~ Holy shit his hands are fast. (His wife is so lucky. ^_^) I love this song so much.
2. My Life ~ *happy sigh* I simply adore this song.
He welcomed us all, and gestured toward us, in the way up there seats and said "I just want to thank you for buying the shitty seats. …
31. Aug. 2006, 19:13 von StudogvetmedThough I've never taken Karaoke to the heights of the character's portrayed in the major motion picture Duets, I've loved Karaoke since middle school.
I was first exposed to Karaoke back in 1989 while living on an air force base in Misawa, Japan. My family got a laser disc player and to go with it lots of discs of karaoke.
My first official karaoke tune was: Johnny B. Goode.
My fate was sealed. I loved karaoke.
Years later as high school neared it's peak some friends of mine found different karaoke haunts where under 21s good enjoy their time.
Karaoke became a fun past time in my college days.
It became a pivotal part of my life during veterinary school where I made sure to go to weekly karaoke at the local mexican place. It kept me sane. The anthem I had during vet school karaoke was Falling For The First Time. It's a song about not being scared of failure. I sang this the most immediately after exams!
Some of my staple tracks beyond the above are
18. Jul. 2006, 19:35 von QuiplashHere it is, folks! Last.fm has just adjusted its stats to allow for a display of your 500 top tracks overall (i.e. since you first signed on to Last.fm).
My top 500 songs are listed in descending order of popularity (i.e. by the number of times I listened to each song in over 930,000 track plays), and I’m going to assign a unique track tag to these songs, Quiplash Top 500. Then you can listen to my tag radio station. Once I set it up.
And damn, I gotta go bug Grey Eye Glances to get their songs onto Last.fm. I’m absolutely flabbergasted that GEG isn’t a household name by now. I could listen to Grey Eye Glances all day and never get bored. Hell, I could just listen to “Days to Dust”, “Snow”, and “Angel” all day and never get bored.
Days To Dust
I`ll Hear Your Voice
Prayer of the Children
Where Do I Begin
I Will Survive (Original Acapella)
I Can See Clearly Now
Such Great Heights
Somebody Loves You