1 Dec 2010, 00:35 by Babs_05
18 Sep 2010, 21:56 by ditta1988This interview with the Sean Moore from Manic Street Preachers was made by the Polish journalist Robert Filipowski and appeared in the Polish rock magazine called Teraz Rock in September 2010. sorry for all language mistakes. English translation - Klaudia P.
COMPUTER GAMES AND THE MUSIC
For the first time when I've heard Postcards from a Young Man thought that the plural form of the title - Postcards From Young Men - would fit much better because the album sounds very fresh, like you were 20 years younger.
It's true. Journal For Plague Lovers gave us a lot of energy and vitality. We have never felt old, maybe sometimes and a little bit, when we're are in the middle of a tour. Our last album gave us strenght to return with something that would reach a mass audience and would show them that we haven't run anywhere or hidden in the darkness of the recording studio or disbanded just to return in 10 years like some of the bands have. …
26 May 2010, 12:45 by Taco_Chopper9/2/08 - 26/5/10
A Place to Bury Strangers
Abbot and Costello
Albert Hammond, Jr.
The Album Leaf
Ali Farka Touré
Alice in Chains
The Andrew Loog Oldman Orchestra
The Andrew Oldman Orchestra
The Andrews Sisters
Badly Drawn Boy
Band of Horses
The Beach Boys
Ben Folds Five
The Besnard Lakes
Bill Clinton (... WHAT?)
The Black Angels
The Black Crowes
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
19 Aug 2009, 01:35 by MoogleFanThe product of marathon-listening to the Manic Street Preachers, I just made this and I think it turned out lovely, personally, and I think I'm allowed some occasional fangirlishness, anyway. Set to the Nymphs track Imitating Angels:
Manic Street Preachers, Richey James Edwards, Nicky Wire
14 Aug 2009, 08:35 by AndyEarwaxRed Mist– Theoretical Girl
Watching The Burglars – The Victorian English Gentlemans Club
She's Got You - Cosmo Jarvis
The Constellations (Brassica Remix) – Fan Death
Rollerboogie Babydoll (single mix) – Hyperbubble
Take Your Own Good Advice– Their Hearts Were Full of Spring
Ghosts - Bastila
Spending Her Daisies - My Albatross
Because We're Dead – Slow Club
Sapflow – Patrick Jones featuring Nicky Wire
Simple Things - Shit Robot
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9 May 2009, 20:29 by ditta1988Post the top twenty artists on your profile, the first song you heard of theirs, the song that made you fall in love with them, and your current favorite.
1. Manic Street Preachers
first heard: A Design For Life
fell in love: Your Love Alone Is Not Enough
current favourite: impossible to choose
2. Nicky Wire
first heard: Break My Heart Slowly
fell in love: haha silly question
current favourite: Derek Jarman's Garden
first heard: The Scientist
fell in love: Fix You
current favourite: Life In Technicolor ii
4. Kings of Leon
first heard: Knocked Up
fell in love: The Runner
current favourite: Milk
first heard: Apathy Revolution
fell in love: Sweet Catatonia
current favourite: Mulder & Scully
6. Patrick Wolf
first heard: Accident & Emergency
fell in love: To The Lighthouse
current favourite: Enchanted
first heard: Bitter Glass
fell in love: Bitter Glass
current favourite: Bitter Glass
first heard: Loaded
24 Dec 2008, 00:39 by -jc-as threatened, a quick top level overview of previous albums of the year, ahead of this year's list. can you feel the tension yet? no? didn't think so.
as stated, these are obviously personal choices, based on experiences associated with certain tracks that soundtracked that year. i'm not trying to score any points here - you know how shocking my tastes are - more just keep a record for myself of progress through the years. yeah, so my tastes haven't particularly evolved over the years: so shoot me.
ok, starting waaaaaaaay back, right to when i started caring about all of this...
1995 - Oasis - (What's The Story) Morning Glory
you name me one kid from the mid 90s who's school days weren't soundtracked in some way by Oasis. no matter whether you liked them or not, they were always there in the background somewhere... Top of the Pops, TFI Friday, the news... your mate learning guitar... house parties (that you probably still called sleepovers back then)...
2 Aug 2008, 18:13 by KaitjuWhich wasn't a bad thing this time. Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends was a positive surprise and took a few good plays to open up. It's been a new album season all together. Death Cab for Cutie spat out Narrow Stairs and The Futureheads did the same with This Is Not the World. Brill albums both and the dvd that came with "This Is Not The World" was a treat.
I decided to give Nicky Wire's solo debut I Killed The Zeitgeist a chance since James Dean Bradfield's solo was so charming. Not as good but decent stuff all the same. Fanservice perhaps but who cares...
I finally got myself a copy of Eleanoora Rosenholm's Vainajan muotokuva which was one of last year's Finnish indie music sensations. Wonderfully moody and atmospheric indie pop, recommended!
Another new sensation this year: Glasvegas. Their first single off their forthcoming album: Geraldine. Verdict: fucking great!
The shape of Finnish electronic pop music to come is very promising if Déclassé and Jori Hulkkonen have anything to say to that. …
13 Jun 2008, 23:00 by LCDBillMine would be;
and Keith Moon
with Danger Mouse producing.
I feel this way i've got the power, the talent, the political audacity and the pure rockingness, to go with the funk. But what do you think??
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Manic Street Preachers
23 Oct 2007, 02:09 by theclackattack1. How did you get into 29?:
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly
I read about him in the NME and then heard him on the radio in the middle of the night. I like the innocent idealism of his lyrics.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?:
Hot Hot Heat
Bandages, which i really didnt like at first, but i loved the rest of the first album
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33?:
I love lots of their lyrics, but especially the beautiful imagery in Park Lane Speakers
4. What is your favorite album by 49?:
Bat for Lashes
Fur and Gold, but that would be cos she only has one. Its a beautiful work though.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?:
We Are Scientists
1, again because there is only one. Was in love with it when i first got last.fm, hence them being high in my chart. havent listened to it properly in a while though
6. What is your favorite song by 50?:
They still havent topped The Modern Age