24 Oct 2009, 04:27 by edhumb
8 Apr 2009, 18:38 by Boemmel666Nicht weniger als eine Legende taucht am Freitag Abend in Chemnitz auf: Die am längsten aktive Psychobilly Band The Meteors beehrt den Bunker mit ihrer Anwesenheit. Nicht wenige sagen sogar, dass die METEORS sogar den Psychobilly erfunden hätten. Trotzdem gab es im Vorfeld erheblichen Zweifel daran, ob es sich noch lohnen würde die alten Herren anzuschauen, und Gerüchte von einer zweistelligen Zuschauerzahl machten die Runde.
Grapes Of Wrath
18 Feb 2007, 14:27 by el_houghton!!! (live) - Glade Festival, July 2006
!!! - Reading Festival, 25th August 2007
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - Junction, 19th June 2005
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - KoKo, 20th Feb 2007
2 Many DJs - Reading Festival, August 2006
The 22-20s - Reading Festival, August 2004
4 or 5 Magicians - This Ain't No Picnic at King's College London Student Union, 27th Sep 2008
4ft Fingers - The Crown, unknown date
568 - New Cross Inn, Rocklands Party, 5th May 2007
5 Knuckle - The Crown, unknown date
The 184.108.40.206's - Reading Festival, August 2004
65daysofstatic - Portland Arms, 8th June 2005
65daysofstatic - Glade Festival, July 2006
65daysofstatic - Truck Festival, July 2006
65daysofstatic - Junction 2, 17th April 2007
65daysofstatic - Colinfest, Cargo, 8th July 2007
65daysofstatic - Dingwalls, 26th April 2009
808 State - Warning, Junction, 18th March 2006
Abakus - Glade Festival, Aldermaston, 21st July 2007
12 Jan 2007, 19:56 by coxonSo I've been planning this Jukebox for a few years now. I've been collecting 45's for that wonderful day that I have enough money to buy a Jukebox for my living room.
Here is a few more 45's I need to buy to add to my Jukebox.
At The Drive In-One Armed Scissor
Pipettes-Your Kisses Are Wasted On Me
Grapes Of Wrath-All The Things I Was'nt
I'm trying to get 500 singles I really like. If you have these on 45 and want to sell them please let me know.
I found a ground wire on ebay last night! So my nice turntable is out of retirement!
4 Aug 2006, 22:21 by RocketShipX41Itoiz - Itoiz (1978)
I've been reading about Itoiz for years, and always thought they would be something I'd like. I recently came across their entire discography somehow, so now I get to find out for sure. Their debut is a pretty solid effort, a nice take on adapting folk traditions to rock idioms (or vice versa), rather like Horslips did for Ireland. Not that Itoiz sounds much like Horslips - it's just the concept. They take melodic Basque folk music and play it with a rock style, but include prominent flute. The keyboards include organ, piano, and synthesizers. Vocals are in the Basque language. Most reviews mention that the vocals are very strong, but I actually think they are sometimes a little out of tune - not bad enough to seriously put me off enjoying it, however. The prog elements of the music are not very pronounced, but I'll leave it tagged that way by default. 11/15.
Itoiz - Ezekiel (1980)
For their second album, they appear to have decided on a biblical concept album. …