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28 Mar 2008, 21:12 by rodionwezel_lo2Największe przeboje George'a Michaela w aranżacji country & western do zakupienia w najbliższej stodole lub saloonie.
1. Beck - Girl
2. Clinic - The Second Line
3. Melanie - Brand New Key
4. of Montreal - Requiem for O.M.M.2
5. The Beach Boys - I Get Around
6. The Pipettes - Your Kisses Are Wasted On Me
7. The Kinks - Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy
8. Primal Scream - Movin' on Up
1 Aug 2006, 19:53 by Post-RockerThe following post includes artists and songs that have changed me, and the way I listen to music. Although the tracks included may not be the artists best or most renowned work, they are the tracks that made me a steadfast fan of the respective artists. Enjoy and comments are always welcome.
Mouse on Mars
What initially drew me to Mouse on Mars, and what draws me to all electronic music, is how they craft a sound. They can take a simple noise, then they change it, manipulate and synthesize it until it becomes unrecognizable. It's a very pliable type of music. Electronic music plays with my mind and it is an extremely engaging experience for me. I guess that's why it's sometimes referred to by the rather pretentious genre name of idm (intelligence dance music).
Anyhow, this song is very accessible, danceable and ultimately a very fun song.
I highly recommend this song for people that are unfamiliar with Mouse on Mars.
Don't Be Light
7 Jul 2006, 06:03 by fucknoir100. The Strokes - In case you were living under a rock (or stuck under a pile of rubble.....) in late 2001, let me remind you of how fucking cool the Strokes seemed. Before I had even heard the British press hype machine had me convinced that they were like the fuckin' saviours of rock n' roll. Then I actually heard them. They played SNL sometime in January of 2002 and I remember being genuinely awestruck by "Last Nite" Finally a "mainstream" band was copying The Velvet Underground instead of, you know, Pearl Jam. Is This It is still a pretty fucking awesome debut and Room on Fire is almost as good. Unfortunately, their newest album was sort of a non-event. The singles I've heard have left me legitimately unimpressed. Regardless, I'll always remember Julian, Fab, Al, Nick and the ugly bassist for that initial bad-ass impression.
99. Pink Floyd - I've always been a bit wary of the Floyd. I recognize the greatness of most of their stuff (excluding anything post-The Wall)…
6 Apr 2006, 20:21 by CaptainGaylordeveryone seems quite fond of posting track listings of mixes they made, and i'm hesitant to do so myself, but i really want to for this one reason:
everybody with the means makes mix cds, probably bunches. i make many. i make one and get tired of it by the time two weeks pass, and i suspect it's the same for others. well this one i made, i've had it for about three months and i still love it as much as i did when i made it. this is extremely rare for me; the only cds i put much effort into making are those for other people, and i put a lot of thought into those. so for a cd i threw together for myself to last that long is something.
anyway here's the track listing.
4.Don't Let It Go to Your Head
6.Lost In Mirror
7.My Cherie Amour
10.The Second Line
14.Tired of Being Alone
17.The World Is Yours