13 Oct 2011, 12:08 by SnaderCIk zal beginnen met een inleiding in het hele TOO MUCH-gebeuren. Het moge duidelijk zijn dat de jaren tachtig ondermeer bekend staat om zijn briljante tv-series zoals Transformers, A-team en Knightrider. Zo had ook Karateheld en Texas Ranger Chuck Norris zijn eigen tekenfilmserie, Karate Kommando's. (Ik vraag me af of een eventuele fanclub de Karate Kommando Klub had geheten.) Enfin, tijdens zijn spannende tekenfilmavonturen werd Chuck ondermeer bijgestaan door een aziatisch jongetje met de naam Too Much. Als die naam al niet belachelijk genoeg was, had het jongetje ook nog Tourette, wat zich manifesteerde in het om de haverklap roepen van "TOO MUCH!". (Voor een demonstratie klik hier @ 00:36.) Daarnaast bleek deze vorm van Tourette ook nog eens besmettelijk. Nu telkens als ik een engelstalig tv-programma kijk en ik hoor "too much", wordt ik afgeleid en in het ergste geval moet ik het ook nog eens herhalen. Ondertussen heeft het zich ook verspreid naar teksten en ja, naar muziek. …
4 Jul 2011, 10:43 by PikkuKissa-The iPod Shuffle-
1. Put your iTunes or iPod on shuffle
2. For each question, press the next button to get your answer
3. You must write that song name (no matter how silly it sounds)
1.WHAT IS YOUR MOTTO?
Little by Little (Radiohead)
2. WHAT DO YOUR FRIENDS THINK OF YOU?
Dollars & Cents (Radiohead)
3. WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT VERY OFTEN?
Total Job (The Faint)
4.WHAT IS 2+2?
I Can’t Decide (Scissor Sisters)
5. WHAT DO YOU THINK OF YOUR BEST FRIEND?
(I can’t be) Without You (Empire of the Sun)
6.WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE PERSON YOU LIKE?
Do You Want To (Franz Ferdinand – great answer!)
7.WHAT IS YOUR LIFE STORY?
Dance Of The Blessed Spirits (Gluck – sounds good to me!)
8.WHAT DO YOU WANT TO BE WHEN YOU GROW UP?
Photograph (Jamie Cullum – bhahaha!)
9.WHAT DO YOU SAY WHEN YOU SEE THE PERSON YOU LIKE?
Whatever Happened to My Rock 'n' Roll (Punk Song) (BRMC)
10.WHAT DO YOUR PARENTS THINK OF YOU?
Put It Behind You (Keane – charming parents I have!)
11.WHAT WILL YOU DANCE TO AT YOUR WEDDING?
29 May 2010, 03:20 by evaahxcRecommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
Dakota : Stereophonics (Score = 2.28)
Club Foot : Kasabian (Score = 2.09)
Try Again : Keane (Score = 1.99)
High Speed : Coldplay (Score = 1.95)
Sing : Travis (Score = 1.94)
Crab : Weezer (Score = 1.94)
Maybe Tomorrow : Stereophonics (Score = 1.86)
Steady As She Goes : The Raconteurs (Score = 1.74)
Always Where I Need to Be : The Kooks (Score = 1.73)
Where Is My Mind? : Pixies (Score = 1.71)
Closer : Travis (Score = 1.63)
Rock & Roll Queen : The Subways (Score = 1.56)
Read My Mind : The Killers (Score = 1.48)
Song 2 : Blur (Score = 1.46)
Munich : Editors (Score = 1.45)
I Predict a Riot : Kaiser Chiefs (Score = 1.43)
Seven Nation Army : The White Stripes (Score = 1.41)
Someday : The Strokes (Score = 1.37)
Juicebox : The Strokes (Score = 1.37)
Into The Fire : Thirteen Senses (Score = 1.35)
Chelsea Dagger : The Fratellis (Score = 1.3)
14 Mar 2010, 15:02 by ImaginarieAnother one :)
1. This is just an ordinary day
Wipe the insecurities away
Dolores O'Riordan - Ordinary Day
2. There's nothing to do so you just stay in bed
Pulp - Monday Morning
3. Well I've got my car,
We could go and sit a while
Jimmy Eat World - No Sensitivity
4. So, started with the immigration information bore,
You gotta know
5. Hey! I would really like to talk with you
Girl! Do you have the time to stop?
Travis - All I Want To Do Is Rock
6. So ya
Might like to go to the show
Pink Floyd - In the Flesh
7. The wavelength gently grows
Coercive notions re-evolve
Muse - MK Ultra
8. Times goes by at such a pace
It's funny how it's easy to forget her face
Keane - Put It Behind You
9. If I choke boy
You start me up again
Tori Amos - Cars and Guitars
10. Then there was rain
The sky wore a veil of gold and green
11. On candystripe legs the spiderman comes
Softly through the shadow of the evening sun
The Cure - Lullaby
12. Don't get any big ideas
14 Jul 2008, 01:14 by hungup1. How did you get into 29?
Vitalic His name was on the list of Lukas' favorite cds (from Maxïmo Park)
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Art Brut My Little Brother
3. What's your favorite lyric by 32?:
Vampire Weekend- "You've been
Checking on my facts
And I admit
I have been lax
What I say
It wasn't funny anyway"
4. What is your favorite album by 49?:
White Stripes. None.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?:
Juliette and the Licks. Just "Four On The Floor"
6. What is your favorite song by 50?:
Ben Gibbard Girls Just Wanna Have Fun
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad?:
Rihanna. Now just "Umbrella"! LOL
8. What is your favorite song by 15?:
The Futureheads The Begining Of The Twist
9. What is your favorite song by 5?:
10. How did you get into 6?:
Franz Ferdinand. I watched Take Me Out for the first time on MTV.
3 Jul 2008, 06:05 by MoonlitSeaIf any of you have seen my charts, you'll notice I'm heavily into oldies - rock, pop, alternative, soul, folk, jazz. I'm not exactly known for being a keen listener to modern music, but, thanks to last.fm and due to external influences (Namely friends), I've been able to find some decent (and great) music. Keep in mind that the ranking is of a personal nature and holds nothing against some big bands that are adored. I don't like a lot of pop music, and I don't like the strange simply for being strange. One important fact: I don't like Radiohead.
born to Run – k-os
Reasons Why – Nickel Creek
Tears Dry on Their Own – Amy Winehouse
Call the Police – James Morrison
Jesus Walks – Kanye West
Midnight In Montgomery – Alan Jackson
In the Aeroplane Over the Sea – Neutral Milk Hotel
Macy's Day Parade – Green Day
The Cosmic Gate – Thievery Corporation
Everybody Knows – Dixie Chicks
The Science of Selling Yourself Short – Less Than Jake
Come Pick Me Up – Ryan Adams
20 Dec 2007, 02:56 by ukforeverhttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/1/13/Keane_Iron_Sea.jpg/200px-Keane_Iron_Sea.jpg
Keane - Under the Iron Sea
BACKGROUND: Came by this album after enjoying Keane's Hopes and Fears for a few weeks and wanted more. I was drawn in by two things: that the band are from the town of Battle, England, and the amazing cover. Angry horses and rolling waves just go together! (Click here for preview clips and here for more info.) Following are my impressions as I listen to each track-
TRACK 01: Atlantic: From the spooky opening notes you can tell this is a heavy and serious song. Drums are methodic. Very personal lyrics hit me deeply. This song has a long, stark and strange video. At around 2.45 the mood changes and we transition into more traditional Keane (albeit with an unusually slow beat). An absolutely stunning album opener.
TRACK 02: Is It Any Wonder?: This is the first song I heard from UtIS. I still can't believe that those opening notes are made by Tim Rice-Oxley's…
8 Jul 2007, 15:45 by ringlunaticFri 6 Jul – Keane, Athlete
Support act(s): Athlete
Where: Westergasfabriek, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
I saw Keane last year for the first time. Beforehand I wasn’t overly looking forward to it, and during it I was COMPLETELY blown away (review here). I think a lot of people, like me at first, seriously underestimate the live-act that is Keane. And they seem to just get better. Fine wine, huh?
I wanted to get up front, cause I was ridiculously excited of seeing them live again. Luckily my friend who came with me, got a bit infected by my enthusiasm so he want along with the big plan. The waiting wasn’t as long, and cold as feared, although it was a lot wetter! But we were rewarded!
They put black screens in front of the entrance, but we were standing in such a way that we could still easily see the stage. So we actually saw two more Keane songs, considering they were doing a sound check, while we were waiting (but their goes our theory that they…
8 Nov 2006, 16:40 by ringlunatic07 Nov – Keane
Support act(s): The Long Winters
Where: Ahoy, Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Before this concert I had a bit of a weird relationship with Keane. I could listen to Hopes and Fears non-stop for days and then I would just forget about them for months, before starting listening to them again. Then Is It Any Wonder? came, I bought Under the Iron Sea, tour was released and I bought myself a ticket… to forget all about them for months again.
And yesterday the concert was. I arrived at 7pm and got myself a very good position, rather in front slightly toward the left side of the stage. At 8 it went dark and the support act started. This clearly is the year for me of good support acts, cause of all I’ve seen this year (7 I think) only 1 was annoying, and that was definitely not today. I really thought The Long Winters were rather charming and I REALLY liked the last song they played. Plus, I always appreciate a band who just has some fun on stage. So, GO THEM!
22 Oct 2006, 15:15 by NajmiKeane’s 2004 release, Hopes and Fears, was an album that immediately sounded familiar, yet at the same time, very different from other bands on the radio. The familiarity was rooted in the band’s piano driven musical style, which, fairly or not, drew comparison to Coldplay. Their lyrics, searching, reflective, and a little abstract, only compounded the comparison. The difference came from the unique sound of the band: Keane lacks a guitarist, which forced the piano into a more prominent role than in other contemporary bands. Keane’s unique combination of musical style and lyrics created one of 2004’s most refreshing albums. For the their sophomore effort, Keane had taken a different route. Under the Iron Sea still features all the aspects of Keane that originally made them appealing but it add a much heavier darker sound. More brooding lyrics to create a less assessable album. Keane’s choices in musical direction makes Under The Iron Sea an album that not all Keane fans will like…