14 Mar 2010, 18:38 by xylem1
6 Mar 2010, 18:59 by Hyde_
3 Jun 2009, 16:34 by kaytleenTak tak, bardzo się nudzę. Odpowiedzi po polsku, nie chce mi się tłumaczyć.
1.How did you get into no.29?
Stone Sour - koleżanka mi puściła parę piosenek.
2. What's the first song you ever heard by no.22?
The Beatles - za Finlandię nie pamiętam, miałam wtedy może miesiąc Oo
3. Whats your favorite lyric by no.33?
mam trzy numery 33, poza tym i tak się tekstami nie interesuję :x
4. How did you get into no.49?
Downface - szukając piosenek Alice in Chains. Gdzieś na wrzucie, było źle podpisane, jakoby "Alone" miało byc piosenką Alicji i Pearl Jam.
5. How many albums by no.13 do you own?
Pink Floyd - "The Wall"; "Delicate Sound of Thunder"; "Dark Side of the Moon"; "Wish You Were Here"
6. What is your favorite song by no.50?
Gorillaz - "Kids With Guns"
7. Is there a song by no.39 that makes you sad?
8. What is your favorite song by no.15?
17 Jan 2009, 16:20 by Zoolevation
11 Jul 2008, 13:54 by andyfestDelicate Sound of Thunder by Pink Floyd
I remember when Delicate Sound of Thunder came out in the late 80's and thinking the picture on the front was a "classic" Pink Floyd cover. Well, maybe the cover art is classic Pink Floyd but the content leaves much to be desired. The first half contains too many forgettable songs from A Momentary Lapse of Reason and there just isn't enough added to the classic songs to make them worth the live version. I think the transition from One of These Days to Time is pretty cool and those songs might be the highlight. Overall, though, unless you're a completest, there is no reason to own Delicate Sound of Thunder.
9 Dec 2007, 17:05 by AlexboyCO1971 was the year music tasted fresh and cool!
A lot of people filled empty pages in the book of sound.
One of the bands that kept doing that for a long time is Pink Floyd.
Starting as a quintet in 1964 they soon turned to the four - person - band that gave birth to spacerock or psychrock or whatever you want to call the compositions they left for us to enjoy.
Roger Keith -Syd Barrett took the leadership role from the start until his mind left to other places, where no other one could reach him.
So his time of creativity was very short in time, he brought up some huge pieces of new material you never heard of before.
Listen to the treasure, he left behind when he died in 2006 - RIP Syd -!
1967 the first album
The Piper at the Gates of Dawn
hit the world with his strange new ideas, and one year later
A Saucerful of Secrets
crashed down to earth, filling the air with some music of Mr. Barrett.
But the new man on guitar,David Gilmour allready joined the group, which members drummer Nick Mason…
23 Mar 2007, 14:23 by MAOraNzaCome tutte le cose che inizio, probabilmente anche questo post/elenco/ripieno di cioccolato e buona volontà, finirà nel limbo delle cose che non finisco.
Chi mi conosce, sa della passione che ho sempre nutrito per la musica e nel corso degli anni ho sperperato una quantità invidiabili di danaro nell'acquisto di CD più o meno validi. C'è da dire che molti provengono anche dalla zona franca del "Campione gratuito - Vietata la vendita" di quando le case discografiche ci mandavano i dischi per le recensioni sulle pagine della rubrica Music Machine all'interno di The Games Machine (e qui un pensiero va alla grande Roby che per anni si è sbattuta per farmi andare a scrocco un po' ovunque, tra concerti e conferenze stampa clamorose - Dream Theater, Tori Amos, Metallica solo per citarne alcuni). Ho messo in piedi una discreta collezione, non da guinnes ma decisamente rispettabile.
In ogni caso, oggi ho attinto dalla megalibreria dedicata allo stipaggio dei miei preziosi supporti argentei e jewel case di tutte le misure. …
8 Feb 2007, 21:55 by sebpayneThere are so many editions of Comfortably Numb from the great Pink Floyd. I've been listening to a good few of them and here is my thoughts on them (not counting bootlegs, these are all official). See them in ranking order
1. From The Wall - The original version is the absolute best. The studio effects make the track come together and Gilmour's solo is brilliant with no fancy effects but just raw talent. The solo is the shortest but has the second biggest impact on me. Rating = 9 / 10
2. From Pulse - The 13m long version is very well known as is the live footage on the PULSE DVD. The Gilmour solo is never ending but is over 6 minutes of pure goodness. The mirror-ball and passion played is amazing. This would be my top choice but the grungy effects used at the beginning of the song put me off. Rating = 9 /10
3. From Is There Anybody Out There? - The original live edition from 1980/1981. It's amazing. It's very true to the studio edition and Waters' vocals are near perfect. The solo uses different effects but is just as effective. …
7 Jan 2007, 16:47 by FunkafonikHere's my list of favorite albums, listed by year of release, from 1980 to 1989.
These are general rankings of how I see them today and based on the Last.FM playcounts (2005-now) put through my formula:
Total of each Album's Song's (running time X playcount)
Album's Total Running Time
Thanks to MediaMonkey, that formula gives the Albums' REAL playcounts, taking every song's lenght/playcount into consideration. You'll see the result besides each albums, along with my 10* Rating, and total % these ratings give each Year.
Note that I haven't necessarily discovered and enjoyed all these albums on their released years, some I discovered years later. So these are also based on how important (to me) some of these albums were at the time.
(**) are the complete albums I was into at that time;
(*) are albums that contained only a few song(s) I was into or listened to;
and those without are albums I discovered years later.
2 Aug 2006, 13:44 by noizzeALL TIME (ON-AN-ISLAND Pack :) )
Pink Floyd 'The Division Bell' (c)1994
Europe 'Prisoners In Paradise' (c)1991
Banco De Gaia 'Big Men Cry' (c)1997
Banco De Gaia 'A Magical Sounds' (c)1999
Bon Jovi 'New Jersey' (c)1988
Pink Floyd 'Delicate Sound of Thunder' (c)1988
SCHOOL / HIGH SCHOOL
Europe 'Prisoners In Paradise' (c)1991
Europe 'Out of This World' (c)1988
Europe '1982-1992' (c)1993
INXS'Greatest Hits' (c)1994
Bon Jovi 'Cross Road' (c)1994
Roxette 'Tourism' (c)1991
Pink Floyd 'The Wall' (c)1979
Pink Floyd 'Wish You Were Here' (c)1975
Seal 'Seal' (c)1994
Aerosmith 'Get A Grip' (c)1993
Bon Jovi 'These Days' (c)1995
Pink Floyd 'Meddle' (c)1971
Pink Floyd 'A Momentary Lapse Of Reason' (c)1987
Dire Straits 'On Every Street' (c)1991
Bon Jovi 'Keep The Faith' (c)1992
Roxette 'Crash! Boom! Bang!' (c)1994
+ significant songs:
Pink Floyd 'Sorrow'
Pink Floyd 'Comfortably Numb' [live'88]
Dream Theater 'Falling Into Infinity' (c)1997