10 Feb 2009, 23:48 by Darth-Sam
5 Jul 2008, 11:11 by SkonrokkHi! I just wanted to let you know that the icelandic band Menn Ársins have uploaded three new songs to last.fm from the upcoming (August/September) release.
The songs are:
Mary Kelly, (a rock song heavily influenced by the danish rocker Tim Christensen, you might even hear a Paul Stanley-ish high note in there!)
Running a Motorway, a rock song with a odd meter groove in "7" in the verses. A Jimmy Page style altered guitar tuning, fretless bass, horns and snare drum galore! Sting fans might find the drum part slightly reminiscent of Vinnie Colaiuta's part in Sting's "Saint Augustine In Hell" from his "Ten Summoner's Tales".
What Good is a Love Song, a rock/pop ballad that has brought up names like, Peter Gabriel, John Lennon, U2/Bono, by some listeners that have commented on it after hearing the song. You judge for yourself! :)
If you like what you hear there is more here and would be great to have you in the Menn Ársins group.
Other songs also available in full preview:
29 Jun 2008, 10:49 by dodgydave11. How did you get into 31?
Ten- Through the internet
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Dogpound- "Human Hologram"
3. What's your favourite lyric by 29?
2Pac - Something from "Dear Mama", such a great song lyrically
4. What is your favourite album by 49?
Ramones - Wow take your pick, any of them are great
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Balance Of Power - 1, their best of album
6. What is your favourite song by 50?
Firehouse - "All she wrote", just a classic
7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad?
Virgin Steele - "Cry Forever"
8. What is your favourite song by 15?
Kiss - "Anything for my baby"
9. What is your favourite song by 5?
Altaria - "Unchain the rain" or "Prophet of Pestilence"
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
Victory - Nothing that makes me happy, but certainly make you think
11. What is your favourite album by 40?
18 Jun 2008, 16:53 by DomatorrKiss w Pradze i Berlinie!
Musze wam coś powiedzieć: uwielbiam KISS. To nie koniecznie będzie niespodzianką dla niektórych z was.
U mnie wszystko zaczęło się jakieś trzy albo cztery lata temu. Mój chrzestny zaczął kupować jakieś DVD muzyczne, z koncertami, teledyskami, wywiadami. Myśmy akurat kupili piękne DVD i chcieliśmy posprawdzać te wszystkie Dolby Surroundy i DTS-y. Tak się stało, że wśród tych płyt znalazło się DVD KISS, pięknie zatytułowane “Kiss my ass”. Postanowiłem spróbować, zachęcony negatywna oceną właściciela. Też mi się nie spodobało, przynajmniej na początku, a to dlatego, że zaczynało się czarno-białym koncertem z San Francisco z roku 1975. Gdy jednak pokazało się video z Detroit 1992, gdzie grali bez masek, piosenka Love Gun skutecznie podbiła moje serce. A potem już wszystkie pobiły moje serce. I zaczęło się odkrywanie, bo wszystko było skryte wspaniałą tajemnicą. Dlaczego tu w maskach? Dlaczego tam bez? Dlaczego raz z takim gitarzystą, raz z innym. Dzisiaj mam to z bani, orientuję się.
18 Jun 2008, 13:22 by sirang1. Clay Aiken - Clayton Holmes Grissom
2. Akon - Aliuane Badara Thiam
3. Tori Amos - Myra Ellen Amos
4. Trey Anastasio - Ernest Joseph Anastasio III
5. Adam Ant - Stuart Leslie Goddard
6. Marc Anthony - Marco Antonio Muniz
7. Frankie Avalon - Francis Avallone
8. Baby Face - Kenneth Edmonds
9. Erykah Badu - Erica Wright
10. Ginger Baker - Peter Edward Baker
11. Syd Barrett - Roger Keith Barrett
12. Ol’ Dirty Bastard - Russell Tyrell Jones
13. Pat Benatar - Patricia Andrejewski
14. Tony Bennett - Anthony Dominick Benedetto
15. Dickey Betts - Forrest Richard Betts
16. Jello Biafra - Eric Reed Boucher
17. Bo Bice - Harold Elwin Bice
18. Marc Bolan - Mark Feld
19. Michael Boltin - Michael Bolotin
20. Jon Bon Jovi - John Francis BonGiovi
21. Bono - Paul David Hewson
22. Sonny Bono - Salvatore Bono
23. David Bowie - David Jones
24. Jackson Browne - Clyde Jackson Browne
25. J.J. Cale - John W. Cale
26. Irene Cara - Irene Escelera
16 Jun 2008, 20:23 by TristanielTue 3 Jun – KISS, From First to Last
That was downright embarrassing. They didn't play that well, the singer was downright horrible and nobody in the audience appeared to enjoy themselves. Well, at least From First to Last didn't play for that long. I never understood why an emo band should open for KISS? That haircut, World of Warcraft T-shirts and whining about just waiting for the future to swallow you whole - how's that connected to the idea of rocking, rolling and partying everyday? Better luck on your next guests, guys.
Just to start over, it was a wonderful, hot day, as we soon figured out after donning our warpaint. Well, you can't have it all, at least it wasn't raining and we had an enjoyable train ride looking forward to the gig. We got there, bought the token shirts to remember the night, moved up front left and waited for the show to begin with the legendary: "You wanted the best! You get the best! The hottest band in the world....Kiss!
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9 Apr 2008, 12:07 by GuitarBassDrumsIt's only 3 and a bit months late but here is a list of the CDs I added to the collection last year.
I have added a little comment explaining why I got each one.
Feel free to recommend some more titles for me to add to my listening library.
AC/DC – For Those About to Rock We Salute You
Love Back in Black and Let There Be Rock so gave this one a go and ... it's great
Aerosmith – Devil's Got A New Disguise: The Very Best Of
anthony.liekens.net recommended artists from my top 50 said I would like Aerosmith so I tried to find a decent compilation which covered 70s 80s and 90s Aerosmith
Arcade Fire – Funeral
Knew "Wake Up" from the U2 live dvd and everyone here was going nuts over them so bought this. Love the opening track.
Beastie Boys – Check Your Head
Used to have it on tape. So What'cha Want ?
Ben Folds - Sunnyspeedgraphic, the LP
Don't mind the Folds and didn't buy the eps
Bob Dylan & The Grateful Dead – Dylan and The Dead
Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde
27 Mar 2008, 06:00 by drumdaveSat 22 Mar – Ace Frehley
Tue 25 Mar – Ace Frehley
Pictures available at http://picasaweb.google.com/dhoward/AceFreheleyInAnaheimMarch222008
This past Saturday and Tuesday I was able to see Ace Frehley in the Los Angeles area. First in Anaheim, about an hour from where we live, and a second time in nearby Hollywood. Both shows were at House Of Blues venues and with the great setting and sound systems made for some great shows.
First up was Anaheim. Jacki, Darian and I headed down late Saturday afternoon to get down to Anaheim before the doors opened. We had been told that they were moving the time for doors to open up an hour so we were in line shortly before 7pm. Unfortunately the doors didn't open till after 7:30 so we were a bit early.
Once inside we split up. Darian and Jacki wanted food and I headed for the front of the stage. House Of Blues are notorious for not allowing cameras but after a succesful night of pictures of Queensryche at HOB Anaheim I thought pictures at the Ace show wouldn't be a problem. …
30 Jan 2008, 12:34 by potatomandaI am totally in love with Sarah Brightman's new album! Frankly, Symphony is so much better than Harem, which was a reasonably good album but totally lacking in something. I've been listening to "Fleur Du Mal" for the better part of the last half an hour or so because that song is so addictive.
To be fair, Symphony wasn't what I entirely expected. When Sarah Brightman said that her new album will have a 'goth metal' feel to it, I was thinking something along the lines of Within Temptation or Tarja Turunen's My Winter Storm. Symphony, however, is more or less Sarah Brightman's usual blend of dramatic pop and her quasi-operatic vocals. Oh yes, and I was really, really surprised to find her adapting the "Adagietto" of Gustav Mahler's 5th Symphony in "Schwere Träume". It was a pretty good adaptation, and much more convincing than the inclusion of Gustav Holst's "Jupiter" in "Running".
Right now, some of the tracks that really stand out for me are: