1 Jan 2013, 03:31 by pablo774
2 Dec 2009, 23:36 by elvenhomeName your top 10 most played artists on Last.fm:
2. Howard Shore
3. Sigur Rós
5. Imogen Heap
7. Frou Frou
10. Boards of Canada
Now answer the questions according to the numbers:
What was the first song you ever heard by 6?
It was probably either South Side or Extreme Ways. It was so long ago, I can't remember.
What is your favourite album of 2?
Definitely The Lord of the Rings, which I consider one album because it tells one continuous story.
What is your favourite lyric that 5 has sung?
"The more you lose the less you see,
So close your eyes and start to breathe,
Oh you said yourself, this wasn't easy."
How many times have you seen 4 live?
What is your favourite song by 7?
It's Good To Be In Love. If this song were human, it would be my soul-mate.
What is a good memory you have involving the music of 10?
Relaxing in bed and falling asleep to the sounds of Dayvan Cowboy.
Is there a song of 3 that makes you sad?
28 Jan 2009, 00:56 by FlariariiaI listen to two film composers. Joe Hisaishi for his incredible work on the master Miyazaki's films and Howard Shore for, what else, the soundtracks for Lord of the Rings.
Liek srsly, do I even need to explain?
Let's start with Shore to get it over with. Imho, the best part of the films are the music and the design. They set the whole tone and the world. The directing is alright, and the acting works much on the fact that the men are HOT. Don't get me started on the script. Just. Read the book.
The real talent lies in how the music illustrates the whole world. The nostalgic playfulness of the Shire (there is a reason Concerning Hobbits is his most played track), the exciting, mysterious drums of Moria and the Uruk-hai, the heart-breaking wistfulness of Rohan and the too much forgotten, ground-shaking climax of Minas Tirith ... I could go on forever. Shore has captured it all, and made something that can live on it's own, which is rare for a soundtrack.
22 May 2008, 22:11 by ObeeHunterI can't get enough of film scores lately. I could listen to them all day. So I decided to make a list of my top ten favorite themes of all time. Okay so they're not really top ten themes. It's more like ten movies and a few, selected tracks from them. It was hard to pick, give me a break. Anyway, these ten scores I've listened to over and over again so I'm really counting replay value here.
Of course I could easily add another fifteen titles to this list but I think these particular tracks are my ultimate favorites. Personally I'm just proud of myself for including Williams only three times.
1.) Requiem for a Dream : Clint Mansell & Kronos Quartet
- Hope Overture
- Lux Aeterna
2.) Dragonheart : Randy Edelman
- The World Of The Heart(Main Title)
3.) Peter Pan(2003) : James Newton Howard
4.) Terminator 2 Judgment Day : Brad Fiedel
- Main Title
5.) Indiana Jones : John Williams
- Raiders March(Main Title)
20 May 2008, 13:32 by SolyndraSo I decided to make this journal to stop spamming my account info. And also so that I can stop using the 'seen live' tag XD;
Ok, kiriban songs!
2.500th track 林明日香 - jiichan baachan no uta
5.000th track Within Temptation - Memories
7.500th track Evanescence - Bring Me to Life
10.000th track Andrew Lloyd Webber - All I Ask of You
12.500th track Epica - Run For A Fall (Acoustic)
15.000th track Pia Douwes - Mein Herr
17.500th track Kamelot - The Haunting (Somewhere In Time)
20.000th track Epica - Solitary Ground (Live)
22.500th track Leaves' Eyes - Ankomst
25.000th track Tristania - Deadlands
27.500th track Tristania - Lethean River (Live In Paris 2001)
30.000th track Elisabeth - Der Schleier fällt
32.500th track Pia Douwes - Wo Bist Du Jetzt?
35.000th track Pia Douwes - New Hampshire nights
37.500th track Pia Douwes - Milady ist zurück
40.000th track Pia Douwes - Diamonds Are Forever (Hamm 09.11.08)
42.500th track Pia Douwes, Antonie Kamerling, Penny Vos - Sunset Boulevard (Reprise) (17-12-08)
24 Mar 2008, 23:22 by QuispiamAn attempt to give you this weeks favorite songs. Notice they're not necessarily the top tracks I've played, and they're in alfabethic order.
*Howard Shore - Concerning Hobbits
*Howard Shore - May It Be
*James Horner - Rose
*John Williams - I Could Have Done More
*Ludwig van Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata (Presto Agitato)
*My Dying Bride - For My Fallen Angel
*Nightwish - Beauty and the Beast
*Nightwish - The Islander
*Something Corporate - Konstantine
3. Week 8, 2008
2. Week 7, 2008
1. Week 6, 2008
16 Dec 2006, 18:01 by adelatePost your top 25.
1 Backstreet Boys
2 Robbie Williams
4 Tony Lucca
5 Michael Bublé
6 Georg Friedrich Händel
6 Aaron Carter
8 Britney Spears
9 Justin Timberlake
10 Antonio Vivaldi
10 The Who
13 John Mayer
14 Frank Sinatra
16 Howard Shore
16 The Doors
16 Christina Aguilera
20 JC Chasez
20 Johnny Cash
22 Johann Sebastian Bach
24 Savage Garden
25 Joe Firstman
Now answer the questions according to the numbers:
1. What was the first song you ever heard by 6?
I have two at #6, I'll pick Aaron for this. It must've been Oh Aaron.
2. What is your favorite album by 2?
Robbie Williams: I'd say... probably Life Thru a Lens because that was the album that made me realize I really liked his songs.
3. What is your favorite lyric that 1 has sung?
Backstreet Boys: I don't know! Oh my goodness. I haven't really thought about it before, because I'm terrible at remembering lyrics. …
9 Oct 2006, 04:31 by emeche07September of '06 Mix.
Always For You
Burn One Down
One More Day with You
The W.A.N.D. (The Will Always Negates Defeat)
Falling From Grace
Here (In Your Arms)
You Are What You Love
I Wanna Be a Kennedy
Don't Save Us From the Flames
Pony Attention Club
Here It Goes Again
Does He Love You?
Elevator Love Letter
19 Jul 2006, 16:18 by city_ofthemoonHere they are, in an order of sorts.. just what came to my mind at the moment, so can and will change everytime i listen..
- A Change of Seasons: An epic track that is amazing both instrumentally and lyrically
- Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels): I just like this song. A lot.
- Blackest Eyes: Great combination of prog and pop, mixes an upbeat feel with dark lyrics
- Finally Free: Very nice song, a great finale to an awesome album
- Bleak: Masterful melding of heaviness with melody, just doesn't get old.
- Lazarus: A beautiful, melodic, piano and vocal based track from PT
- Don't Panic: Just a nice song :)
- The Odyssey: A great epic with nice themes and writing.
- Blackwater Park: Once again, awesome contrasts.
- Dryad of the Woods: I'd pick one of many Pain of Salvation songs, but at the moment its this one.
- Heaven: This may suprise you, but I think its that synth tone, I can't get enough.
- Day One: Has to be heard to be appreciated
- Needlefeast: Great heavy track, with a joy guitar line over the top in the 'solo.'
10 Jul 2006, 21:54 by ExcelleI've been listening to a fair few of my film soundtracks recently. Film soundtracks are quite unique as far as music goes, it's almost back to the days of classical concertos and the like. It's worth noting that I'm talking about film scores here, not the cobbled together compilation albums that proliferate around Hollywood output. I quite often put soundtracks on in the background while I write or play games, but I sometimes like to just sit back and enjoy them.
Here are some of my favourites...
Mixing the old and the new superbly, Michael Andrews creates an eerie mix of synth and piano that reflects the overall oddness of one of my favourite films. Favourite tracks would be Carpathian Ridge and The Artifact & Living.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
One of the first film scores I ever bought, for a knockdown price in an Our Price sale! I only bought it for the main Jurassic Park theme (aired as a finale on this album), but the rest of the album is excellent…