• I r so scene.

    22 Apr 2008, 17:06 by Mindless_Cracka

    Take your top 50 artists. For each of these artists, collect the top 20 similar artists (where the artist itself is the #1 most similar). The resulting number of unique artists is your super-eclectic score. You can compute your own score at http://anthony.liekens.net/pub/scripts/last.fm/supereclectic.php

    My super-eclectic score is currently

    661/1000


    The most similar artists for my profile are Uncle Outrage (9), Vyncent Flaw (9), The Left Rights (9), EAT BABIES?(8), SEXCOPTER RUL (8), Richee (8), We Are The Scene (8), Button*Masher (8), The O (8), Super 8-Bit Brothers (8)
  • top ten survey

    14 Aug 2006, 02:27 by Etaixyhpsa

    1. Mindless Self Indulgence
    2. Nightmare Of You
    3. Second Story Man
    4. Panic! at the Disco
    5. EVE 6
    6. The Merediths
    7. Arctic Monkeys
    8. Button*Masher
    9. The Dead Milkmen
    10. ayin

    ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS

    Q: What was the first song you ever heard by #2?
    A: "Why Am I Always Right?"

    Q: What is your favorite album of #6?
    A: A Closed Universe

    Q: What is your favorite Lyric of #9?
    A: "I do not like you world of ours, I'd rather live on planet Mars"

    Q: What is your favorite song by #7?
    A: "Perhaps Vampire is a Bit Strong"

    Q: Is there a song of #1 that makes you sad?
    A: Not really.

    Q: What is your favorite song by #8?
    A: "More Than One Word Title"

    Q: What is your favorite song by #10?
    A: "She Shapes The Static"

    Q: What is your favorite album by #8?
    A: "Too Cliche"

    Q: What is a good memory concerning #4?
    A: Quoting their songs in prank calls.

  • aesthetics

    26 Jun 2006, 04:17 by rwilliamhunton

    i've had somewhat of an interesting train of thought throughout tonight. you know, i was digging this Velvet Underground cd my friend burnt for me, and i considered how important they are to music as compared with The Beatles... or Bob Dylan!

    these are only three among many other bands in the 60's agreed as "innovational" to rock music. what's innovational today? not everything i listen to, and not everything you do either. how important is innovation as compared with other "following acts"?

    i tend to like anything that catches my ear, and then later i characterize the music. maybe everything is innovational today? now "innovation" tells us precisely what is art. actually... i like that idea. innovation is a measure of creativity and originality.

    so what about those bands that follow up. are they just finishing someone else's legacy. it's kind of like the spawn of that music, sometimes with a twist. i think that is certainly art too. but to a lesser extent..?