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14 Jun 2008, 03:04 by abstractplainparty at sean's house? maybe
getting drunk? i fucking hope so
25 Feb 2008, 09:08 by x_Tamerlane_x1. How did you get into 30?
There isn't really a "30" so I'll just say Iggy Pop. XD
By the book "Please Kill Me" by Legs McGeil.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Again... no real 22...so, Number Twelve Looks Like You.
Document Grace Budd
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33?
What the fuck is with this?! No 33 either!
Well, How about Death from Above 1979... an article in Amp magazine.
4. What is your favorite album by 49? Shit...you know.
Preschool Tea Party Massacre. Um... I don't know. XD
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? The Clash. And since I'm dirt poor, only 2.
6. What is your favorite song by 50? The Appleseed Cast. A Dream for Us.
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? The Weasel King? What do you think? XDD
8. What is your favorite song by 15? This is easy! Dead Kennedys... California Uber Alles
9. What is your favorite song by 5? Kozi? Umm... Can't choose... it's really the whole Izayoi no Tsuki album.
6 Aug 2007, 09:03 by aRj4nWed 13 Jun – Jay Reatard + Boston Chinks + Rats On Rafts
A friend of mine (dasbob on last.fm) and me provided the music around the bands for this concert night. The following is what we played:
01)The Ponys - Double Vision
02) The Monsters - I kiss you dead
03)Ron Franklin Entertainers - RFE Stomp
04)The Lapse - Basilico Basilica
05)Wow, Owls! - 1989: The Best Four Years of My Life
06)Cursive - The Martyr
07)The Scientists - Swampland
08)The Kills - Fuck the People
** Rats on Rafts concert **
09)The Nation of Ulysses - Spectra Sonic Sound
10)The Birthday Party - Release the Bats
11)The Thermals - A Pillar of Salt
12)Reigning Sound - Medication
13)Digger and the Pussycats - Coming to get you
14)Slant 6 - What Kind of Monster Are You?
15)The Mummies - That's Mighty Childish
16)The Mystery Girls - Silver Turns To Gold
17)The Von Bondies - C'mon C'mon
18)Shooting at Unarmed Men - A Horse by Day Is a Horse by Night
5 Jun 2007, 01:04 by BloopyThis is not an attempt to list the best or most popular or most influential songs, but rather those that are some kind of balance of all these things. Help fill in the blanks with some other tracks or just tell me how shit my list is!
1. Metallica - One
2. Black Sabbath - War Pigs
3. Black Sabbath - Children of the Grave
4. Metallica - Master of Puppets
5. Iron Maiden - Hallowed Be Thy Name
6. Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
7. Slayer - Seasons In The Abyss
8. Megadeth - Hangar 18
9. Megadeth - In My Darkest Hour
10. Diamond Head - Am I Evil
1. Sex Pistols - God Save the Queen
2. Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop
3. The Clash - The Guns of Brixton
4. Stiff Little Fingers - Alternative Ulster
5. Dead Kennedys - Holiday in Cambodia
6. Sex Pistols - Anarchy In The UK
7. Sex Pistols - Pretty Vacant
8. Anti-Nowhere League - So What
9. Pennywise - Fuck Authority
10. Dead Boys - Sonic Reducer
1. Rock Master Scott & The Dynamic Three - …
13 Nov 2006, 22:59 by NickC2007I want to sign off Last.fm and go to bed and I've promised myself I will the songs finished. But look at the songs its given me!
Cowboys from Hell
Yeah Yeah Yeah Song
and I'm now listening to Where Is My Mind?. I WANT TO GO TO SLEEP. Damn my neighbours for having such good taste ;)
The songs drawing to a close...and the next song I get is...
Dammit. This is my favourite Millencolin song. But I will resist.
27 Oct 2006, 21:39 by aplasticfeast
10 May 2006, 08:20 by mir83njOk, so this Beastie Boys song is pretty much the definition of awesome. To start with, it has the sample of Sonic Reducer, but the real gem is the lyrics...it's pretty much just an homage to New York (with an overwhelming sense of post-9/11 pride), and it reads like a love letter...it's impossible for me to listen to this song and not get chills.
The Beasties are probably most famous for their samples, and the best part about this track is that the samples are all New York related. First and most obvious is the Dead Boys, who were one of maybe the first 5 or 6 punk bands ever, and were staples at Max's Kansas City and CBGBs in the 70s. The opening line "Listen all you New Yorkers" is from a Robert Goulet song, "New York's My Home," and one of the last samples is legendary Queens MC Nas saying "New York."
I must admit, this song might not be as powerful to someone not familiar with NYC, but at the very least you should be rocking out to the Dead Boys sample. Word.
5 Dec 2005, 10:59 by Serpent_axed