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1 Elvis Presley - That's All Right
2 Big Joe Turner - Shake, Rattle and Roll
3 Bill Haley & the Comets - Rock Around The Clock
4 Dean Martin - That's Amore
5 chat baker - my funny valentine
6 Perry Como - Papa Loves Mambo
7 Muddy Waters - I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man
8 Ray Charles - I've Got a Woman
9 Harry Belafonte - John Henry
10 Tennessee Ernie Ford - Sixteen Tons
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9 Jan 2009, 03:19 by dandyboy73How many songs:14,445
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First Song: a.k.a I-D-I-O-T by The Hives
Last Song: ? by Talk Talk
Sort by time
Shortest Song: Home Of Rock by Steven Wright on the Reservoir Dogs soundtrack, but if we have to talk music it's Underture by Mercury Rev
Longest Song: Not including tracks with gaps for hidden tracks it's Dazed and Confused by Led Zeppelin, from The Song Remains The Same
Sort by album
First Song: Nothing to Say by Soundgarden, from the album A-Sides
Last Song: Untitled 8 from the Sigur Ros album ()
Sort by artist
First song: History Repeats Itself by A.O.S. from the Natural Born Killers soundtrack.
Last song: Silent Telephone by The 101'ers
First 5 songs that comes up on Shuffle:
1. Israelites by Desmond Dekker
2. Amsterdam by David Bowie
3. Golden Skans by Klaxons
4. Wherever I May Roam by Metallica
5. La Tristesse Durera (Scream to a Sigh) by Manic Street Preachers
Search the following and see how many songs come up: (and favourite song)
23 Sep 2007, 02:16 by UkeleleBluesAnother way to idle away time that I don't have. I did not make these questions up.
Why are you taking this shuffle quiz?
Blame It On Me
What's currently in your fridge?
Your biggest nightmare?
What place would you like to visit?
A reason to commit suicide?
Behind Blue Eyes
Why are we here?
Got To Move
Something you never dared say to anyone?
Wind And Rain
One thing the world really doesn't need?
I've Got to See You Again
What's your biggest unfulfilled wish?
Doo Wop (That Thing)
If you could invent something, what would it be?
The last thing you say before you die?
Messin' With The Kid
What's your destiny?
Lord Though I am with Thee
What do you do when you're alone in an elevator?Flight Of The Passing Fancy
Why do people go fishing?
Nothing But A Lack
What would you do with your slaves?
Go Down Emmanuel Road
Is there a man on the moon?
What does hell look like?
Heart of the Country
2 Jun 2007, 21:08 by CatatonicStuporWell, I feel like I haven't really done any writing in a while, and my skills will get rusty otherwise. Since I've had no gigs to go to, during to a lack of time/money etc. I've not been able to write about anything. (Which is why I'm reaching out into general music).
This week, a few months behind the release date, I finally get We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank, by Modest Mouse. So, I'm going to review that.
Also, since this might become a permanent thing, I'm going to review a "single or something" along those lines, as well as my "top listened" song this week.
Now I'm a fan of The Smiths, but I'm not an avid fan. I have an album here and there, but nothing special.
Still, when I heard that Johnny Marr was working with Modest Mouse, I had to see the end results. What would happen? Would it be good? Would Isaac end up sounding more 'spoken word' than grating vocals? Only listening would tell.
13 May 2007, 01:10 by nudeasthenewsso after smoking a cigarette on the roof of the porch of Keen South and deciding that "Rock and Roll" by The Velvet Underground may well be one of the coolest songs ever, I decided to make a playlist to what will hopefully be my summer: some kind of low-effort job and lots of chillin'.
Rock And Roll
Here Comes Your Man
Streets of Your Town
Can I Kick It?
If She Wants Me
(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay
Signed, Sealed, Delivered
Let Me Down Easy
Comfy in Nautica
Where It's At
Heavy Metal Drummer
My Sweet Lord
Brimful Of Asha
Not sure on the order yet, but that looks pretty good. Actually, I'll probably add more once I go back to my room and actually have a look at my music collection. God, I could do a whole playlist of Sublime. Perfect summer music.
27 May 2006, 10:33 by LukeAlderReggae singer Desmond Dekker died suddenly from a heart attack, aged 64.
Dekker was born on 16 July 1941 in Kingston, Jamaica, and began his working life as a welder before turning to singing full-time.
His band Desmond Dekker and the Aces topped the UK charts with Israelites, which also made the US top 10.
He moved to the UK in the '70s, later recording the hit You Can Get It If You Really Want, written by Jimmy Cliff.
The musician's popularity waned in the late '70s and '80s, and Dekker was declared bankrupt in 1984.
But a new version of Israelites was released in 1990 and used in television commercials, boosting the star's popularity.
26 May 2006, 14:30 by jvglionDesmond Dekker 1941-2006.
Today, I will play the song that made him world famous, Israelites 21 times as a salute and tribute to one of the founding fathers of ska and reggae.
Thanks for all the tunes and providing us with hours of music which reminded us of good times of the past and good times ahead...