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Chicago - If You Leave Me Now
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Spazz - Sweatin To The Oldies
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His Hero Is Gone - Like Weeds
24 Oct 2009, 00:57 by CharlieDriggs
31 Dec 2007, 05:54 by PayToCumI know, I know. There are literally one to four people out there wanting, nay, yearning to see my lists. Well the time has come! First off, I would like to state for the record these are my favorites and not what I think is the best. Makes it even more painful that Bruce Spingsteen didn't make it. Shucks. Also, I only find the top few "great," while the rest are simply very good... oh, and a lot of lists this year have Lily Allen's Alright, Still; I consider it a 2006 album. Get on your toes journalists!
Top 10 Records I <3'd in 07:
10. Big D & The Kids Table - Strictly Rude
Remember ska? That was fun. Some fans don’t like how much of this record doesn’t have the frantic punk pace as previous releases, but it does have things like more sophisticated song writing, better instrumentation... you know, little things like that.
Essential Tracks: Steady Riot, Shining On.
18 Dec 2007, 08:03 by LadyKunIf a review for 2006 was done, then it couldn't have been any other way for 2007. Though it seems to me that this year was basically more of the same, I'm bored, infected with mono, and I honestly just can't help it so here it goes.
Talking generally 2007 was a very nicely balanced year. And positive in most aspects. I was going to say straight away that it's been better than 2006, but I thought about it for a second and damn, they've been so different. Both great, but so different. It's like I'm so much older now. I'm not giving any details whatsoever, let's pass on to the musical side.
Late 2006 and early 2007 were all about rediscovering The Libertines and discovering Muse. First album I got was Black Holes & Revelations, which got me into getting Absolution which instantly drove me insane. It was nothing like I'd heard before, so unique. Hysteria, Time Is Running Out and The Small Print are powerful wrathful songs which I really needed at the time... …
13 Jul 2007, 10:35 by eljuanpablo
The entire miserable time I have worked on my thesis, I have taken comfort in my music. In fact, probably the best thing to come out of this entire time was my increased knowledge of what’s up in music these days. And I can sum it up by saying that a whole lotta good is happening in music these days.
I was asked to review just one album for this small bit of my mind I share with you, but it just didn’t feel right. So far, 2007 kinda feels like 1973, a year when an unlikely number of landmark records landed on this planet (think Dark Side of the Moon, Houses of the Holy, Quadrophenia, Catch A Fire, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, and the list goes on…). It was only appropriate then that I write about all this fantastic music that has graced the airwaves (once again a term applicable to music since the advent of wireless internet) just since last march. Now this might make me seem like I go crazy just for any old thing that’s shiny and new, but trust me, it’s not the case. …
28 Jun 2007, 03:04 by FinalPizzaHutTaken from my blog, go read it there if you want a FREE COOKIE!
Sound Of Silver is the second full-length offering from James Murphy, aka LCD Soundsystem. However, the so-called 'sophomore blues' don't affect this mixture of dance, punk, and incredibly catchy tunes in the least. Here's the track-by-track.
1. "Get Innocuous!" (7:11)
Sound starts off with this club-ready hit. Beginning with a repetitive synth opening lasting almost two minutes, always increasing in intensity, Murphy shows that he is no stranger to dance music. This song is a great opener, but the ending leaves you wanting a bit more. Thankfully, he delivers.
2. "Time to Get Away" (4:12)
Next, we get delivered into one of the more punk-oriented songs on the album. In true punk fashion, the lyrics of the song are straightforward, stereotypical, and still lovably catchy. These first couple of songs seem to have been designed to introduce the two-sided personality of Murphy…
14 Jun 2007, 03:41 by two570Some tracks I discovered, rediscovered, or simply couldn't get enough of.
Slow Dancing in a Burning Room - He's finally becoming a bluesman.
Watch the Tapes
Don't Look Back in Anger - Seems fitting during the last month of college. Well, REAL college.
Here's To The Night - I guess I kinda missed this one the first time around..."Are you the now or never kind".
I Start To Melt, with your arms, round my waist.