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2 Nov 2010, 06:17 by mikasaurmercurystatic and I saw the Gorillaz concert at the Oracle Arena last Saturday, the day before Halloween.
She and I arrived as the opening band N*E*R*D had already started (and after we paid the $30 parking fee!). I'd say about one out of every 10 or so people were dressed up, so it was fun to see the various costumes. I went dressed as Dr. Horrible and got a couple of compliments from the people who recognized who I was.
The Oracle arena is the Oracle arena, so there's not really much explanation needed. It's a huge sports arena where the Warriors play and most of the seats were occupied. The one weird thing I noticed was that the floor usually reserved for general admission was filled with rows of seats. And mercurystatic noticed that the top level -- the balcony I suppose -- was blocked off. I guess Gorillaz and N*E*R*D can't fill up a venue like Silversun Pickups and Muse can.
N*E*R*D was apparently pretty popular a while ago? Mercurystatic recognized one or two songs that I had never heard in my entire life. …
8 May 2009, 17:58 by stephiesamaMore will be added when I think of them...
Knights of Cydonia
Blades In Autumn
The Curse of Millhaven
Nobody Likes You When You're Dead
These songs I tend to listen to as one: Fire Coming Out of the Monkey's Head Don't Get Lost in Heaven Demon Days
16 Dec 2008, 08:05 by quiksilver5280What are the eight tracks recently added to your library?
1. Matt Nathanson - Heartbreak World
2. Ingrid Michaelson - Die Alone
3. The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus - You Better Pray
4. The Weepies - All This Beauty
5. The Weepies - Suicide Blonde
6. The Weepies - Riga Girls
7. The Weepies - Not Your Year
8. The Weepies - Stars
What four artists is Last.fm currently recommending to you?
Have you listened/heard of any of them before?
I've heard of MGMT and it's alright one of my friends is obsessed with them so i guess i'll give them another chance. Otherwise I haven't heard of Lightspeed Champion or Elliott but I'm pretty sure I've heard some Mineral before but don't remember what is sounds like.
Last loved track?
William Fitzsimmons - When You Were Young
Last five recently listened tracks?
1. Nightmare Of You - My Name Is Trouble
2. R.E.M. - Radio Free Europe
3. Stone Temple Pilots - Naked Sunday
11 Dec 2007, 07:11 by Evil_Doll_PaulaYeah sorry, I'm just a little addicted to these things... Just got some new songs so we'll see what the iPod thinks is random. Imma have to stick with the English playlist though...
1. Put your music player of choice on shuffle
2. Scene one = first song played, scene two = second, so on.
3. No cheating/skipping
4. Pass it on
Opening Credits: "Bringin' Da Noise" by 'N Sync
Interesting I suppose.
Waking Up: "Windpower" by Thomas Dolby
An Ordinary Day: "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)" by 98 Degrees
Everyday ends up in desperation...
The First Date: "Try Not to Let the Rain Fall in Your Boots, Child" by The Flatbread Kids
It's raining, I guess.
Falling in Love: "Heat Wave" by Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
The Rumble: "Back In The Mud" by Bubba Sparxxx
Haha, mud fight.
The Break-Up: "Black Mamba (Teddybears Remix)" by The Academy Is...
23 May 2007, 19:59 by BeerishAphex Twin
Before I heard this guy, I never really digged more 'abrasive' music, if you get what I mean. My brushes with electronica were limited to acts like Basement Jaxx and The Chemical Brothers, and The Twin helped me discover a new world of electronic music. (That sentence was fucking awful.)
Pivotal song: Xtal
Best song: Girl/Boy Song
Yes, it's true. Before I listened to the Liverpool Lads I really didn't like old music. (Your parents like it, for christ's sake!) However, they changed my rather naive music opinion to focus away fron the here and now.
Pivotal song: Tomorrow Never Knows
Best song: Strawberry Fields Forever
They might not be everyone's top revolutionary, but Blur were the first band I ever really enjoyed that changed themes from every album yet still making amazing music. From the shoegaze/rock of Leisure to the eclectic jazziness of Think Tank.
Pivotal song: Parklife
Best song: Sing
The Chemical Brothers
6 May 2007, 00:54 by J_Digi
22 Mar 2007, 07:30 by Z_e_t_a
9 Feb 2007, 20:23 by pixelroiberDon't You Forget About Me
don-don-don-don-dontforgetaboutme - eine stimme, die frauenherzen höher schlagen lässt. sehr schön auch das ende, er stöhnt! jahhhh!
(I Don't Know Why) but I Do
der klassiker mit eingängiger melodie. dudelt schön vor sich hin.
Dont Be Shy
pete rockt sie alle. und wie er da mit seinem britischen akzent vor sich hinnuschelt - köstlich!
Don't Ask me Questions
ein text zum mitgrölen und überhaupt ganz zeitlos und doch ganz achtziger. nur die lederjacke sollte man anziehen! Poems For Laila hatten das auch mal. sehr schön gecovert.
Don't Ask Why
irgendwie schlecht. fragt aber nicht, warum.
Don't Be So Cruel to Me
ska, ganz alte schule. immer wieder gerne.
Don't Believe a Word
siebziger. wems gefällt.
Don't Bring Me Down
und schon wieder ein oldie. hundertmal gehört aber mit der orgel im mittelteil immer wieder frisch!
Don't Burn the Bridge
aber ja! funky.
Don't Bust My Chops
Don't Call Me Nigger Withey
fonky! huaaar! yeah.
5 Feb 2007, 09:12 by explodeychikFound this from another User..
(Turn on shuffle then use the songs in order to the following 'movie moments'.)
Here's mine !
Opening Credits Whatever Gets You Through the Night
Waking Up Root Down
Falling In Love Makes Me Wanna Die
Fight Scene Red House
Breaking Up Strange Kind of Woman
Life's Okay The Tide Is High
Mental Breakdown Porompompero
Driving Don't Get Lost in Heaven
Happy Dance Hooked Up
Regretting Le Voyage de Penelope
Final Battle Good Times Bad Times
Death Scene Peace Frog
End Credits What Does Your Soul Look Like (Part 1-Blue Sky Revisit)
I'm sad Porompompero isn't streamable through here, I'm totally into any break down scene in some run-down bar in the middle of the desert, so long as Salma Hayek is servin the drinks. ^_^