15 Dec 2011, 04:17 by aimami
26 Jun 2010, 18:58 by anes771. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, etc.).
2. Put it on shuffle.
3. Press play.
4. For every question type the song that's playing.
Steve Vai - Final Guitar Solo
Therion - Lemuria
[When the sailman's sailing away
He shows that the dream of Lemuria is true]
An Ordinary Day
Emilie Autumn - Dead Is the New Alive
[Dead is the new alive
Life's only living rival
A casket built for two
Give in, give in, give in, give in
You play the game
You'll never win]
First Day In School
Tristania - Lost
[yep, sometimes I've felt really lost]
Hanging Out With Friends
Jan Kaczmarek - The Park
[ ;> ]
Christina Aquilera - Soar
Steve Vai - Lotus Feet
Falling In Love
HIM - Your Sweet 666
Mechanical Moth - Velvet Dancer feat. der Kammersänger
[fine, I'm glad]
U2 - With or Without You
Elvis Presley - Too Much
17 Apr 2010, 14:56 by adixczzhttp://lastfm.heathaze.org/user_images/adixczz_sri.png
Monthly Top Artists
Bleeding Through (19 plays)
Kamelot (44 plays)
Ramallah (36 plays)
Alkaline Trio (44 plays)
Draconian (347 plays)
Draconian (94 plays)
Monthly Top Tracks
NOFX : Radio (5 plays)
Meg & Dia : Monster (10 plays)
Yui Makino : You Are My Love (Sakura Version) (22 plays)
Him : Scared To Death (31 plays)
Draconian : Heaven Laid in Tears (Angels' Lament) (121 plays)
Draconian : Heaven Laid in Tears (Angels' Lament) (37 plays)
Recommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
Earthbound : Draconian (Score = 1.98)
Chapter VI : Estatic Fear (Score = 1.28)
Chapter IX : Estatic Fear (Score = 1.18)
Midwintertears : Tristania (Score = 1.06)
Rain Wash Me : Saturnus (Score = 1.01)
15 Mar 2010, 18:34 by kuropatewBetter late than never.
The best albums, that I'd listened in 2009:
Eternity by Askival
The best one. Great atmosphere and compisitions with some ambient tracks. 'Sorrow of the Sun' is awesome with its mix of male and female vocals. Just great.
Good Bye Lenin! by Yann Tiersen
...or maybe this one is better? The best soundtrack that I have ever listened! 23 songs on a piano, where simply Comptine D'un Autre Ete L'apres Midi the best one, used in 'Amazing short' film on YouTube. Beautiful and relaxing.
Konkurs by Lifelover
Psychodelic music with psychodelic vocalist straight from mental hospital. The best choice, when you're depressed or just bored.
The best songs, that you've got to listen:
Pearls of Light by Within Temptation
Simply description of a morning in a forest with simply part of guitar and Sharon's voice makes this song the greatest song of a year.
Before The Beginning by Johny Frusciante
A 9 minutes of very expressive guitar solo. Sounds like improvisation.
21 Jun 2009, 21:58 by Mobilicorpus‘Without music, life would be a mistake.’
- Friedrich Nietzsche Well, he knew what he was talking about. The fact remains that music, as a whole, is such an integral part of our lives, of the mind, of our humanity, that we cannot conceive a world without it. One is compelled to ask why: just what is it about music that makes it so necessary, so natural, that we can’t imagine life without it?
The question is not an easy one to answer, even superficially: nor is it an isolated one, for as soon as you’ve asked it, you’ve asked several other questions as well. How does music transcend the sensory barrier to become what many listeners and composers call a ‘spiritual’ experience? Why does a song you used to listen to as a child bring back memories in all their sharpness, all their vividness – making the experience akin to almost going back in time? Why do some songs make you want to dance, or cry, or, in the case of My Chemical Romance, slash your ears? How are you able to derive comfort and joy from a sad song?
7 Jun 2009, 19:29 by EvilynEvilyn1.How did you get into no.29?
The Mission : I can't even remember, I guess I found them on audiogalaxy once
2. What's the first song you ever heard by no.22?
This Mortal Coil: "Song to the Siren" I think, so beautiful.
3. Whats your favorite lyric by no.33?
Enya: "May It Be" or "On My Way Home"
4. How did you get into no.49?
Deine Lakaien: probably audiogalaxy, those where the days.
5. How many albums by no.13 do you own?
Fields of the Nephilim: 2.
6. What is your favorite song by no.50?
Love Spirals Downwards: "Will You Fade"
7. Is there a song by no.39 that makes you sad?
Hans Zimmer: One of the tracks from The Last Samurai soundtrack always makes me a bit sad. Just the feel of it makes me sad in a good way.
8. What is your favorite song by no.15?
Michael Kamen: The whole soundtrack to Band of Brothers.
9. What is your favorite song by no.5?
Nitzer Ebb: "Get Clean".
24 Feb 2009, 10:29 by disastercasper"The feel of the album is heading for empty and bleak with flashes of rage." Thus spoke Andrew Craighan, My Dying Bride's long time guitarist about their latest work For Lies I Sire. Of course this vague statement reveals absolutely nothing, as this could apply to any album from their gloomy catalogue. But after two and a half long years of waiting and anticipating I grew impatient, so I was thrilled when I finally got my hand on this record. Their latter albums definitely belong to my favourites and have never managed to dissapoint me thus far. So while I was actually supposed to be studying I gave up after a while to actively listen to this long awaited album. Because I have listened to every song attentively, I have chosen for a track-by-track review to pay heed to every song on the album and give a detailed description of the new My Dying Bride record.
My Body, a Funeral: The album opens perfectly with a calmly playing guitar. …
24 Sep 2008, 01:44 by Comfort_Eagle1. Tiamat - Wildhoney
It's one of the best things ever done in the Gothic Metal genre. Excellent music, excellent lyrics and a great cover^^
2. Moonspell - Wolfheart
Together with Tiamat and Paradise Lost the founder of Gothic Metal...and also founder of the subgenre Dark Metal, introducing Black Metal aspects to Gothic Metal
Outstanding Song: Wolfshade (a Werewolf Masquerade)
3. Amorphis - Tales From the Thousand Lakes
First Death Metal Band mixing clean Vocals with Growls (no, Opeth wasn't the first, it was done one year before Orchid) and also some instruments that were Death Metal unusual. Also bands like Ensiferum and some other Pagan and Melo. Death bands name Amorphis as their biggest inspiration.
1 Jul 2008, 17:00 by o0z1shSo I stole this idea from someone... who gives a shit. Sounds like fun and I'm bored as hell. So here goes.
1. Marilyn Manson
There are so many bad songs on the new album, Eat Me, Drink Me, I don't even know where to start. At first I loved, loved, loved the last six songs on it. Now.. I can only listen to two. I'd say the absolute worst on there though are If I Was Your Vampire (My god. Every time I hear that song I want to seriously shoot myself in the head... what a piece of shit) and The Red Carpet Grave (What was the point of even putting that song on there?). I'm hoping with Twiggy back in the band, something is done. This new shit is ridiculous.
2. Alice in Chains
You know... I absolutely adore this band. I was just going through all my shit because I could not think of any that I didn't like. I couldn't find any. They're amazing. I just love them.
3. Frankenstein Drag Queens from Planet 13
I'd have to say Anti You and Mr MF not because they're bad but because they never grabbed me like the other songs. …
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