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1 Sep 2010, 16:59 by Candyheart33Last.FM Milestoneshttp://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t296/Kastuvas/1-1.pnghttp://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t296/Kastuvas/657102a6.pnghttp://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t296/Kastuvas/657102a6.pnghttp://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t296/Kastuvas/657102a6.pngth track: (05 Aug 2010)
Train - This Ain't Goodbye
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Bowling for Soup - When We Die
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Reflekt - Need To Feel Loved
9 Mar 2010, 19:33 by Tylky
9 Mar 2010, 19:32 by Tylky
10 Jan 2010, 19:36 by TheNapTakerHere my list of pop tracks that defined the first decade of this millenium. But first my personal Top 20:
1. Herbert Grönemeyer - Mensch
2. Coldplay - Life in Technicolor II
3. Mike Leon Grosch - Confessional (To The Rhythm Mix)
4. Michael Bublé - Home
5. Lady Gaga - Poker Face
6. Coldplay - Talk
7. Gorillaz - Feel Good Inc (Single Edit)
8. Timbaland feat. OneRepublic - Apologize
9. Take That - Reach Out
10. The Killers - Human
11. Westernhagen - Eins
12. Wir sind Helden - Soundso
13. Peter Fox - Haus am See
14. Bruce Springsteen - My City of Ruins
15. Brooks & Dunn - Only in America
16. Hermes House Band - The Rhythm Of The Night (Party Version)
17. Henrik José - Blunderbuss
18. Robbie Williams - Feel
19. Nelly Furtado - Say It Right
20. Simple Minds - Stars Will Lead the Way
And now all tracks in alphabetical order:
1 Giant Leap - My Culture
2raumwohnung - Besser Geht's Nicht
A-ha - Foot Of The Mountain
9 Dec 2009, 18:50 by TylkySumming up one decade I've lived in fully, this is what I call my 00's (in music).
1. Busted - Year 3000
The very first single I ever bought. Loved this song, with it's catchy chorus and 'triple-breasted women', haha.
Peaked at #2 in January 2003.
2. Avril Lavigne - Sk8er Boi
Went through a rocker phase back in the day. All my friends were enjoying things like Beyblade and Yu-Gi-Oh and well, this song was amongst our favourites at the time!
Peaked at #8 in December 2002.
3. Good Charlotte - Girls & Boys
Next to Avril Lavigne, we rocked out to this artist too. My older sister tried being a 'mosher' just for the trend, it wasn't a beautiful outcome... -_-;;
Peaked at #6 in May 2003.
4. t.A.T.u. - All the Things She Said
I was only about 10/11 when this came out, so I was confused as to why there were two girls kissing. …
13 Sep 2009, 21:16 by FluffySpiderFri 28 Aug – Reading Festival 2009
August Bank Holiday, and once again thousands flock to either Reading or Leeds to wear silly hats for three days of binge drinking, post-apocalyptic camping and occasionally a bit of music too. Here is your whirlwind guide to that latter part, starting with Dananananaykroyd, who are worth the stupid name. They’re gloriously chaotic fun as a live act and wake up the early attendees in the NME tent with their double drummers and tendency to play skipping games with lead wires or attack each other with microphones. Pity Manchester Orchestra can’t really match up, their slightly dull rock thudding on until the much hyped Virgins come onstage. Heard of The Virgins? You know, the oh-so cool New York band who play guitars and sing about girls and stuff? Don’t bother if you haven’t. They’re actually quite ignorable, but let the hipsters have their fun.
The Airborne Toxic Event are more interesting, even though they look a bit like they’ve been…
6 Jul 2009, 13:35 by loserologyArashi
- Crazy Moon ～キミ・ハ・ムテキ～
- Better Than This
- Sleeping with the Light On
- Year 3000
- New Divide
- Breaking the Habit
- 안녕 마음아
- 인어... 집으로 돌아오다
- One by One
- Save You
- Perfect World
- Down on My Head
- Light Up the Sky
- Ocean Avenue
- Kids of the Future
- Year 3000
Son of Dork
- Ticket Outta Loserville
- Murdered in the Mosh
- We're Not Alone
- Don't Stop Me Now
7 Jun 2009, 02:58 by thatsamazingx1. McFly
First heard: I've Got You
Fell in love with: Transylvania
Current favourite: Down Goes Another One
First heard: Year 3000
Fell in love with: Who's David
Current favourite: Fall At Your Feet
First heard: All the Small Things
Fell in love with: I Miss You
Current favourite: Alien's Exist
4. Def Leppard
First heard: i have no idea!
Fell in love with: Pour Some Sugar on Me
Current favourite: Promises
5. Panic at the Disco
First heard: I Write Sins Not Tragedies
Fell in love with: Nine In The Afternoon
Current favourite: Lying Is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off
6. Fall Out Boy
First heard: Grand Theft Autumn / Where Is Your Boy
Fell in love with: Thanks For The Memories
Current favourite: 20 Dollar Nose Bleed
7. Avril Lavigne
First heard: Complicated
Fell in love with: Complicated
Current favourite: Anything but Ordinary
8. My Chemical Romance
First heard: Teenagers
21 Feb 2009, 20:38 by Ber_I've been listening to a lot of Online by Brad Paisley via non-scrobblable means...I love upbeat songs that make amusingly questionable claims, often personal attributes that the character in question obviously does not possess. This includes both first-person delusions of grandeur and third-person tall tales. Here are some other such songs I know.
I'm Money -- Zebrahead tries to rationalize a lack of friends and female attention.
Big Strong Man -- Carbon Leaf boasts about a superhuman brother.
Kenesaw Mountain Landis -- Jonathan Coulton sings about partially made-up versions of the first Commissioner of Baseball and his dealings with Shoeless Joe Jackson.
Mandelbrot Set -- Jonathan Coulton can turn mathematicians into superheroes, too.
Waking Up Jedi -- Tom Smith wakes up one day to find himself a Jedi.
Big big big da balls -- I think you can figure out the theme of this Pure Pwnage song. They've done a few other co...nfident songs, too.