31 Aug 2010, 19:10 by Samwiiise
2 Jan 2009, 03:15 by danzero1. Hearts On Fire, 61 plays
2. Collapsing at Your Doorstep, 57 plays
3. Feel the Love, 55 plays
3. No Excuses, 55 plays
3. Windmill Wedding, 55 plays
3. No Way Down, 55 plays
3. Out There on the Ice, 55 plays
8. Lately, 54 plays
8. June Evenings, 54 plays
8. Beach Party, 54 plays
11. Violet Hill, 51 plays
11. Paris Is Burning, 51 plays
11. Lights and Music, 51 plays
11. Memories, 51 plays
11. Maundy Thursday, 51 plays
16. Far Away, 50 plays
17. We Fight For Diamonds, 49 plays
17. Hallelujah, 49 plays
19. Midnight Runner, 48 plays
19. Whatever You Want, 48 plays
21. Heaven, 47 plays
21. Can't Say No, 47 plays
21. Nobody Lost, Nobody Found, 47 plays
21. Disco Lies, 47 plays
25. Karibien, 46 plays
25. The Captive Mind, 46 plays
25. Back of the Van, 46 plays
25. Keep Your Eyes Ahead, 46 plays
25. Never Content, 46 plays
30. Visions, 45 plays
30. Blue Monday, 45 plays
32. Everlasting love, 44 plays
33. Round & Round, 43 plays
22 Oct 2008, 21:11 by xinacoladaSince I just took this from someone and there weren't any directions, I'm guessing the numbers are supposed to correspond to my top artists...
1. How did you get into 29?
Toad The Wet Sprocket
What a way to start this out. God, I don't know...from my sister, I think...definitely I listened to them all the time in the fall when I would do physics homework.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Everywhere! DUH! Oh, 8th grade.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33?
It is technically from Schiller ft. September but whatever it's her singing. And I can't actually tell what she's saying until she says "where feelings come to die," but that is my favorite.
4. How did you get into 49?
I didn't so much "get into her" as my friend made me a CD and that was on there.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Technically I bought one, In Rainbows. But I have acquired three others by various means.
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
2 Mar 2007, 12:15 by halftenThu 1 Mar – Peter Bjorn and John
Peter Bjorn and John
One of the best gigs I've been to. The crowd were excellent, the band were brilliant. Quite a different feel to at least their last studio album, Writer's Block, probably better to be honest, much more energetic. Such a fun night, plenty of dancing, laughing, and whistling.
I managed to get a great spot near the stage, and being able to see them play certainly added to the whole experience. Peter works the crowd brilliantly, and even had a conversation in Swedish with someone in the audience at one point. I'd dragged along a friend who couldn't even place Young Folks and she loved it too, her favourite track being Up Against The Wall.
If you get the chance to see these guys live, don't hesitate. Even if you've heard Young Folks one too many times.