18 Jun 2011, 23:17 by Ale-Hexe
21 Jul 2010, 16:27 by FashionistStateAnswer the questions by going through your Top 50 Artists:
1. how did you get into 29 (Throbbing Gristle?
At first, it was just an excuse that I did listen to true industrial, but I found out I quite liked them. ;3
2. what was the first song you ever heard by 22 (P!nk)?
3. what’s your favorite lyric by 33 (Mr. Bungle)?
That's a hard one. They're all so damn weird. :D
Probably the whole of None of Them Knew They Were Robots.
4. what is your favorite album by 49 (Front Line Assembly)?
Civilisation? I dunno...it's the one I've listened to the most, though mostly on Spotify or Last.fm radio. =/
5. how many albums by 13 do you own (Gary Numan)?
6. what is your favorite song by 50 (Diary of Dreams)?
The Plague - version whatever. It's the only one I've heard. =/
7. is there a song by 39 (Noise Unit) that makes you sad?
8. what is your favorite album by 15 (Jamiroquai)?
It was Synkronized, but I've only got the Greatest Hits album on this computer. =/
8 Jan 2009, 07:01 by TheMurderer
26 Dec 2008, 14:14 by jeanmaasHi Everyone,
At each year end everyone starts to make his or her year list of albums. I thought it would be fun to create my own top 15 albums for this year. Here it is, enjoy!
15.- Kings of Leon - Only by the Night
Although it is not as good as their prior albums, still a very decent release from the family Followill
Best Track: Closer
14.- De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig - De Machine
A perfect Combination of crazy lyrics and funky beats!
Best Track: Wop wop wop (De Tentbakkers)
13.- dEUS - Vantage Point
A very solid release from dEUS, with almost only very good songs.
Best Track: Eternal Woman
12.- Santogold - Santogold
3 Oct 2008, 09:29 by dAWn_at_dUSk
23 Jun 2008, 13:07 by bananademon2008 is the first year I've really kept up with music since '04.
And by that of course I mean LIST MAKING TIME.
This is ever-fluid, and shall be rewritten when a significance occurs.
BANANADEMON'S TOP TWENTY ALBUMS FOR THE YEAR 2008:
10.) Mates of State- Re-Arrange Us Another criminally (critically) underrated band, Mates of State are genuinely joyous in their music making. On Re-Arrange Us, their second album in a row with a slightly creepy and unfitting cover, this genuineness is more crystal clear than ever. What else is crystal clear is that this is yet another collection of amazing, uplifting (where on previous efforts, simply "happy" was a more appropriate term) indie pop songs, and those can be some of the best kinds of songs you will ever hear. MoS is hardly gimmicky, and if one is only willing, they will find more than just an occasional funtime band with some good hooks, and it will be deeply, deeply rewarding.
17 Feb 2008, 02:06 by thinkingdenying