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Average joe stalin (UK)
benjamin stalin (CAN)
Black Russian (UK)
Black Stalin (TRI)
Bleak Russian Soundscape (UK)
Blue Kremlin (GER)
Brak Molotov (CAN)
Buddah Stalin (Fictional artist from TV show, “Strangers With Candy”)
Camarada Kalashnikov (SPA)
CCCP Fedeli Alla Linea (ITA)
Cobaye Molotov (CAN)
Coquetel Molotov (BRA)
Dimitri Molotov (NED)
Drewsif Stalin & Drewsif Stalin's Musical Endeavors (US)
Ekatarina Velika (YUG)
Fanfara Kalashnikov (ROM)
¡Forward, Russia! (UK)
GG Stalin (FIN)
Ghost of the Russian Empire (US)
Gogol Bordello (US)
Gogol 1er et La Horde (FRA)
1. Kalashnikov (SPA)
2. Kalashnikov (POR)
3. Kalashnikov (ITA)
4. Kalashnikov (UK)
5. Kalashnikov (DEN)
6. Kalashnikov (US)
7. Kalashnikov (NOR)
The Kalashnikov Project (IRE)
1. KGB (US)
2. KGB (YUG)
3. KGB (HUN)
4. KGB (SPA)
KGB Suspect (US)
Kommunist Kremlin (NED)
The Kremlin (CAN)
The Kremlin Grooving Boys
Kremlin Kontingent (FRA)
19 Jan 2010, 18:56 by dickendiddiAlready 5% of 2010 has passed, so it's time now to list the most interesting, most played or simply most disturbing albums of 2009, no guarantee for completeness, taste or quality of course :-)
The most perfect albums of this year...
Commercial Friendly - Subnormal
The one single album this year, that led to a simple chain of events: listen once, search the internet, buy the record, listen to it the whole day...
Porcupine Tree - The Incident
Seen live Porcupine Tree at Palladium, Cologne
dredg - The Pariah, The Parrot, The Delusion
Seen live dredg at Zeche Bochum
Almost as good, but just not "the best of 2009":
Ghost of Tom Joad - Matterhorn
Steven Wilson - Insurgentes
The Gossip - Music For Men
In heavy rotation for the whole year, hopefully (but not mandatory ) a sign for quality :-)
Metric - Fantasies
The Mars Volta - Octahedron
Seen live The Mars Volta at Stahlwerk Düsseldorf
Crippled Black Phoenix - The Resurrectionists / Night Raider
27 Sep 2009, 17:31 by aeonbeatIncluding:
Bang Gang, Crystal Castles, Justice, proudpilot, Future of the Left, The Dead Weather, The Fuzztones, Deadbolt, The Stooges, Hijak Oscar, Soulsavers, Joe Driscoll, Thievery Corporation, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Easy Star All-Stars, Joe Cocker, Broken Social Scene, Meanwhile, Back In Communist Russia..., Black Moth Super Rainbow, These Monsters..., Guapo, U.S. Christmas, Shrinebuilder, Pendejo, Cream
Rawk'n'Roll Group @ Last.fm
20 Aug 2009, 05:03 by Evilninja1337Crawlspace by Caspian
Appendix by EF
Brombie by Caspian
He Films the Clouds Pt. 2 by Maybeshewill
Signaling Through The Flames by The American Dollar
Roses for Her by Meanwhile, Back In Communist Russia...
3055 by Ólafur Arnalds
Glow by The American Dollar
Grandfather Clock by This Will Destroy You
With The Tides In Hindsight by Gifts From Enola
One Day You Will Teach Me to Let Go of My Fears by Sleepmakeswaves
With a Red Suit You Will Become a Man by Saxon Shore
4 Apr 2009, 16:11 by WintrygreenRecommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
I Believe In Your Victory : This Will Destroy You (Score = 177.03)
East Hastings : Godspeed You! Black Emperor (Score = 146.97)
Dash And Blast : Yndi Halda (Score = 135.32)
Auberge Le Mouton Noir : Do Make Say Think (Score = 117.35)
War On Want : Do Make Say Think (Score = 100.38)
Further In : Caspian (Score = 93.49)
Over The Pond : The Album Leaf (Score = 86.29)
Moya : Godspeed You! Black Emperor (Score = 83.55)
This Shameless Moment : Saxon Shore (Score = 79.33)
The Red : Chevelle (Score = 77.16)
H.L. Mencken : Joy Wants Eternity (Score = 76.43)
Le secret : Alcest (Score = 75.46)
A World Collapsed : Bright Red Paper (Score = 75.03)
Stand Up : Trapt (Score = 73.71)
Calling : Taproot (Score = 72.37)
Storm : Godspeed You! Black Emperor (Score = 69.77)
Miss Murder : AFI (Score = 67.99)
From Yesterday : 30 Seconds to Mars (Score = 65.93)
4 Nov 2008, 20:41 by maicasajusta...inverno che con i suoi 30 gradi (porcatroia) si porta dietro un botto di sensazioni freddolose e rarefatte. allora ste robe post-rock che si adattano perfettamente mi fanno da colonna sonora. sono partito, non ricordo come...provando i Meanwhile Back In Communist Russia e poi attaccandomi ai consigli di lastfm. sono in pieno trip mondiale con il primo (e fino ad ora unico, dannazione) album dei norvegesi Youth Pictures of Florence Henderson il cui titolo è Unnoticable in a Tiny Town, Invisible in the City. Ne ho provate molte altre, continuando a seguire lastfm, mi sono piaciuti i Tristeza, bocciati i Crippled Black Phoenix, da riascoltare attentamente gli Explosions in the Sky (ma forse da evitare dal vivo ^^). Degni di attenzione anche gli I Love You, But I've Chosen Darkness (cantato abbastanza convincente, cosa non scontata in sti gruppi), mentre non ho apprezzato i Rothko - che forse c'entrano ben poco con il genere - che propongono lunghissime sperimentazioni con riproduzioni di…
30 Oct 2008, 00:43 by theangsteffect1. How did you get into 31?
Joy Wants Eternity. i think they actually sent me a friend request on myspace, and i dug it, and bought their new album.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Raein. tigersuit...how cliche.
3. What's your favourite lyric by 29?
Amanda Woodward. its in french.
4. What is your favourite album by 49?
But You Can Call Us The Spartans. he only put out one, 'the hostage and the river fox'
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Do Make Say Think. god, i own all six haha. soon im gonna get 'goodbye enemy starship the landlord is dead' on vinyl =]
6. What is your favourite song by 50?
The Chariot. easy. 'before there was atlanta, there was douglasville'.
7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad?
Thrice. yeah, 'the whaler' always makes me sad. its beautiful though.
8. What is your favourite song by 15?
Russian Circles. it probably is 'micah'
9. What is your favourite song by 5?
Sigur Rós. hmmm, probably 'vaka' or anything else off of '( )'
25 Jul 2008, 05:00 by Sh0guIt feels like a fresh breath of countryside nature wind. That's how I feel after getting to know a bit more Brazilian's rock scene!
Brazil has always been known by the lyrical depth of bossa-nova and MPB composers or by the dancing groove of axé, funk, forró and samba. For some time (mostly the 80's) we were known by our proeminent metal scene, but now only the shade of a glorious past remains (of course there are marvellous bands out there, but they do not get enough recognizement); I've always felt there was a lack of well-known rock bands, and even more on the independent side, both inside and outside the country.
This has been changing over the course of years, but there was still something missing from the cauldron: instrumental rock bands.
Japan is well-known in the world for it's emotional math rock bands, such as
toe, Lite, té and Mirror; UK for more tradicional post-rock bands, such as And So I Watch You From Afar, Mogwai and Meanwhile, Back In Communist Russia.... And so goes on.
21 May 2008, 20:57 by alternative4after having the A Silver Mt. Zion experience last night, i am shredded to bits inside. maybe a bit hung over too. but it all feels great.
if E. didn't take breaks to share his quick wit with the audience between songs, i suspect i could have turned into that guy on the top right balcony, head-banging fervently. and i admit there were many moments i would have taken out a bottle of red wine from my bag and chugged it. only if i had one of course, but that's besides the point. what i am trying to express here is how much i was moved by the music. i am not ashamed to tell the world that i broke out in tears towards the end of There Is A Light
and yes, i may do the same as the fellow Last.fm user who wrote in his review that he is "so getting a tattoo like Jessica's".
as a side note, seeing ASMZ perform made me think what could possibly have happened if i had seen Meanwhile, Back in Communist Russia live. perhaps then i would have brought that wine bottle with me. and probably a pack of razor blades. …