6 Dec 2009, 01:35 by Ashl2708
2 Aug 2009, 19:39 by brass_souvenir
14 Feb 2009, 15:04 by silencio2046CINEMA
15 Filmes Memoráveis
de David R. Ellis & Lex Halaby, Serpentes a Bordo (porque é divertido)
15. de J. J. Abrams, Missão: Impossível - 3
14. de Spike Lee, O Plano Perfeito
13. de Woody Allen, Match Point - Ponto Final
12. de Joe Wright, Orgulho e Preconceito
11. de Robert Altman, A Última Noite
de François Ozon, O Amor em 5 Tempos (porque é dolorido)
10. de Ang Lee, O Segredo de Brokeback Mountain
9. de Michael Haneke, Caché
8. de Jean-Pierre & Luc Dardenne, A Criança
7. de Alfonso Cuarón, Filhos da Esperança
6. de Werner Herzog, O Homem-Urso
de Bryan Singer, Superman - O Retorno (porque é lindo)
5. de Steven Spielberg, Munique
4. de Guillermo del Toro, O Labirinto do Fauno
3. de Christopher Nolan, O Grande Truque
2. de Pedro Almodóvar, Volver
1. de M. Night Shyamalan, A Dama na Água
As loucuras de Téa & Jim
As loucuras de Roger Kumble
As loucuras de David Cronenberg
A lucidez de Danny Boyle
dançar é legal
21 Sep 2008, 11:48 by ChudleyCannonsYet another pointlessly connected journal!
1. How did you get into 29?
Amanda Palmer..... let's see... uh, she's the lead/pianist of The Dresden Dolls and her solo record just came out this past week.... she's been flying up my charts ever since.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? Guillemots?? Um. Maybe Trains to Brazil or Made-Up Lovesong #43
3. What's your favourite lyrics by 33? Oh No! Oh My!? Um. The whole of Walk in the Park is pretty genius.
4. What is your favourite album by 49? Rhett Miller's The Instigator
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Regina Spektor. Five. I think technically. I have 11:11, Songs, Soviet Kitsch, Mary Ann Meets the Gravediggers and Other Short Stories and Begin to Hope plus the bonus disk.
6. What is your favourite song by 50?
We The Living's Atlantic most likely.
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad?
Belle & Sebastian's [track artist=Belle and Sebastian]The Chalet Lines.
8. What is your favourite song by 15?
19 Jun 2008, 00:44 by hell_childUse only your top 50 songs to answer these questions:
Who are you?
Hard to Love Easy to Lay
How do other people see you?
What do you do in your spare time?
What do you love?
Standing In The Way Of Control
What do you hate?
Where would you like to be right now?
Trains to Brazil
If you only had one wish, what would it be?
Lost in a Melody
Some words of wisdom:
Skip To The End
12 Jun 2008, 13:01 by DrAlexHaleIIIHow I got into my top 20.
My first piece of advice before reading this is that, if you don't feel like sitting through almost 20 "Ben Folds got me into ____ because ______" stories, this is probably not the journal for you. I feel it's worth pointing out here that Ben was the first artist I was ever "really" into, so, while he may no longer be right at the top of the list, he's bound to have had an impact of sorts. Secondly, a lot of these stories I only vaguely remember, so don't shout at me or anything.
The strange thing with Guillemots is that they literally WERE the first "band" (by which I mean a real band, not any of the actors in the pop "bands" my sister used to drag me to see) that I ever saw live. I hadn't heard of them at the time, but they were supporting Rufus Wainwright (who, you will note, is sitting way down at #20 on this list) so they were first on. I remember being pretty impressed (though I wouldn't say blown…
7 Feb 2008, 20:25 by GregKNicholsonThis week's Roundtable featured panellists David Quantick, Daniel Miller (boss of Mute Records) and Martina Topley-Bird.
Judging by Get Over It (played on the programme), Kriss Kross (which you can download at the moment from Polydor's website), Big Dog and Standing On The Last Star (both of which have been floating around on YouTube for a while); Guillemots' second album—Red (more on which at Drowned in Sound)—is rather more poptastic than Through The Windowpane. There's a lot of gospel and R&B-pop type influences, and it's seemingly more in the vein of Trains to Brazil and Annie, Let's Not Wait than Little Bear and We're Here. Topley-Bird's right—this gallops.
The Bears Are Coming by Late of the Pier sounds like an electro-indie band doing an impression of Timbaland. It's energetic and has lots of “squiggly noises” (Lammo's words). It seems a little bit forcibly quirky, as if they're trying too hard to put as many weird noises as possible in there, but it's still fun.
22 Jan 2008, 16:15 by bpr14011. Oasis
First song - Live Forever
Song that made me love them - Don't Look Back in Anger
Best song - Champagne Supernova
2. The Rolling Stones
First song - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
Song that made me love them - Tumbling Dice
Best song - Gimme Shelter
3. Kings of Leon
First song - Red Morning Light
Song that made me love them - Sex on Fire
Best song - Ragoo
4. Manic Street Preachers
First song - A Design for Life
Song that made me love them - You Stole the Sun from My Heart
Best song - A Design for Life
First song - Alright
Song that made me love them - Sun Hits The Sky
Best song - Moving
6. Fleetwood Mac
First song - Don't Stop
Song that made me love them - Go Your Own Way
Best song - Silver Springs
7. The Charlatans
First song - The Only One I Know
Song that made me love them - Try Again Today
Best song - Tellin' Stories
8. Arctic Monkeys
First song - I Bet You'd Look Good On The Dancefloor
2 Nov 2007, 19:28 by DrAlexHaleIIIThu 11 Oct – Guillemots with City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
I’ve seen Guillemots a million times (okay, five) and I’ve written about how brilliant they are almost as much (…four), so it comes as no surprise that they’re my most listened to artist on Last.fm. Something that did, however, come as a surprise was the announcement in May this year that they would be playing the Birmingham Town Hall with a Symphony Orchestra, in a special one-off show. Of course, upon hearing this news, I raced to the ticket office (website… ahem), only to find that they didn’t go onsale until the day after me and my dad were to see Guster in London so buying the first batch would be a little bit hard. I booked two anyway, regardless of the fact that the show would take place just a few weeks after I would leave Birmingham forever for University, one for me and one for (my then girlfriend) Carolyn. Even though we broke up in August, the two of us still went along to see this epic show. Here’s what happened…
1 Oct 2007, 21:51 by minkypinksta... I DJed at the student's association during the inbetweeny bits for a gig by The Pigeon Detectives (pish) and support act Interloper (quite good, in comparison at least, but they don't seem to be on here yet). It was all a bit last minute and shambolic, as myself and my friend Dan were told we'd be needed for 2 hour long sets, but actually it was just a free for all so we dotted between two mix cds I made up about an hour before I had to leave. As a result, some of it flowed quite well entirely by accident, and unsurprisingly some of it didn't at all.
So, the set of random, recorded for posterity, was as follows.
1. Hey Lloyd, I'm Ready To Be Heartbroken
2. Keep Fishin'
3. O, Valencia!
4. Wake Me Up Before You Go Go
5. Virginia Plain
6. Trains to Brazil (the acoustic one, totally by mistake, as the track was re-named wrongly in iTunes... I meant to put on the Supermassive vs Mandy mashup!)
7. Do You Realize??
8. Disco 2000