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Fev 18 2007, 14h27 por 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 22.214.171.124'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
Jan 3 2007, 20h56 por Sharly-chanStolen from mark90210
Ok, jeder der zu viel Zeit hat, macht das! Es ist einfach... stelle deinen Musikplayer auf shuffle, schreibe die ersten 40 Lieder hierhin und dann beantworte die Fragen.
So, und weil ich zu faul bin, mach ich das auf deutsch XD
1. BONNIE PINK - 5 more minutes
2. ayumi hamasaki - kanariya (HAL's Mix)
3. Ayumi Hamasaki - Hanabi (Lange Remix)
4. Antique Cafe - TEKESUTA kousen
5. DIR EN GREY - The FINAL
6. Peaches - Boys Wanna Be Her
7. Rosenstolz - Ein Wunder für mich
8. Green Day - St. Jimmy
9. Utada - Devil Inside (The Scumfrog Radio Edit)
10. Ayumi Hamasaki - HANABI ~episode 2~
11. Rammstein - Mein Herz brennt
12. Placebo - Commercial for Levi
13. Tetsuya Komuro - a song is born (globe version)
14. Jewelry - So Long
15. Annett Louisan - Torsten Schmidt
16. Koda Kumi - Imasugu Hoshii (Esther's Mass Mix)
17. SAKURA - Sakuras Testimony (Reprise)
18. Oomph! - Menschsein
19. Namie Amuro - WoWa
20. Hikaru Utada - Movin' On Without You
21. Anna Tsuchiya - Frozen Rose
Dez 31 2006, 14h33 por whoopscarelessi show just how much money I really fritter away on gigs. So here's a list of all the bands that I've seen (or as many as I can remember), with number of times (to show obsessiveness.) This includes support acts and ones I've seen at festivals etc, so not just ones that I've gone to see intentionally. Hence the occasional bitching.
The 1990s (2)
¡Forward, Russia! (4) (rubbish. the first two times, redeemed for the third, and consolidated or something for the fourth.)
A Day Called Desire
Adequate 7 (2)
The A Human (and the alleged amazing rotating otter. I still refuse to believe in its existence, sorry.) (4)
The Archie Bronson Outfit (I only ever got two of them to sign my vinyl... pity)
Battle (didn't sound as good as I thought they would BUT i've since come to the conclusion that it was the sound system in the room, because the Young Knives sounded poop too.)
The Black Ghosts
Dez 11 2006, 18h31 por ropedancerI love Christmas music, so of course I love Japanese Christmas music. Below is portion of my Christmas mix that will soon be turned into a CD for my long car trip home for Christmas break. I've included mp3s of the tracks for those of you interested in the songs. Most are Christmas songs but some are just winter or holiday themed. Most are Japanese, but some are not
3.Shiroi Yuki to Champagne to X'mas Song
4.I LOVE XMAS
7.I Love Dream World ~Sekaiju no Shiawase o Utao~
8.Koibito ga Santa Claus
Dez 5 2006, 20h53 por whoopscarelessYes, there's 9 issues missing. But you can get them ALL if you have a look at the blog as a whole. And I strongly recommend you do. I think.
Anyway... in this week's issue, catch my oh-so-learned recommendations of bands such as CSS, Marsyas and The Carter Manoeuvre, snuggling alongside reviews of GodsOwnPrototypes, Keiko and Klay. It's not much... but I don't see anyone else doing it round here.
Do have a read and tell me what you think.
Out 7 2006, 18h11 por turkeyphant24th April, 2006
The Soul Tree specially rented in a barrier for their tiny little stage to protect the world from aggressive hardcore kiddies. Unfortunately, there were none of the predicted stage diving antics, just some very bad moshing from the studded belt brigade. Still, Hell Is For Heroes sounded pretty damn good, if a little underwhelming after all I'd built their live show up to be. However, I'm very glad to have seen Sick/Happy live.
Support was provided by Orko and Keiko. The latter were boring while the former sounded great from the back and they even ended with a superb postrocky number.
Mai 7 2006, 5h30 por m0telroom1 Why did you decide to take this quiz?
Track: ~ASAP~ As Soon as possible
Artist: Hitomi Shimatani
Comments: Well, I guess it kind of partially answers the question?
2 Where will you meet your husband/wife?
Track: We Belong Together
Artist: Mariah Carey
Comments: Again, it doesn’t answer the question.
3 Where will you *cough*hug??*cough* your wife/husband for the first time?
Track: Around the world
4 What is your secret dream?
Track: I Like it
Comments: yes, I really like it.
What is it?
5 What song will they be playing at the morgue when they'll perform your autopsy?
Track: Be All Right!
Comments: Maybe I’ll have a miraculous recovery from death.
6 Who will throw a party after you die?
Track: Goes on forever
Comments: Not only it doesn’t answer the question, but the party will go on forever. >=|
7 What song describes you when you're so drunk that you can't speak?