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  • durny quiz

    23 Dec 2011, 22:02 by OFFczy

    W ramach <niemiecki styl>poświątecznoporządkowymopierdalaniusię</niemiecki styl> zaproponowano mi pewną zabawę/quiz. Zabawa/quiz polega na odpowiedzeniu na listę poniższych pytań. W jaki sposób? Ustawiając swój odtwarzacz muzyki na granie losowych utworów. Tak, strasznie to durne, ale można się pobawić, zwłaszcza, że trzeba odpocząć po wyczerpującym sprzątaniu :p I przy okazji można poznać, jaki się ma syf na plejlistach. Moje rezulataty, niestety utwory mam podzielone na dwie plejlisty - obcojęzyczne i polskie, więc narazie zrobiłem w języku synów albionu.
    01. Jak się dziś czujesz? Yes - Changes Zabawny zbieg okoliczności. Jakby zasiało we mnie ziarno wątpliwości, że losowanie przyniosło mi "Only through love changes come", taa, jasne.
    02. Czy zajdziesz daleko w życiu? - Porcupine Tree - Waiting(Phase One) - "Waiting to be born again" - to już musi być jakiś konspiracyjny spisek foobara przeciw mnie.
  • Pink Floyd - Top 10 albums / Best songs

    28 Jul 2010, 13:42 by felghen

    Top 10 albums:
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    1. The Dark Side Of The Moon
    Best songs: Speak To Me/Breathe, On The Run, Time, The Great Gig In The Sky, Money, Us And Them, Any Colour You Like, Brain Damage/Eclipse

    2. The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
    Best songs: Flaming, Matilda Mother, Lucifer Sam

    3. Wish You Were Here
    Best songs: Shine On You Crazy Diamond, Welcome To The Machine, Wish You Were Here, Have A Cigar

    4. The Division Bell
    Best songs: Coming Back To Life, Poles Apart, High Hopes, Lost For Words

    5. The Final Cut
    Best songs: Two Suns In The Sunset, The Final Cut, The Gunner's Dream

    6. The Wall
    Best songs: Comfortably Numb, Hey You, Goodbye Blue Sky, One Of My Turns, Nobody Home

    7. Animals
    Best songs: Dogs, Sheep, Pigs (Three Different Ones)

    8. Meddle
    Best songs: Echoes, Fearless, One Of These Days

    9. A Saucerful Of Secrets
    Best songs: Jugband Blues, Let There Be More Light, Corporal Clegg

    10. A Momentary Lapse Of Reason
    Best songs: On The Turning Away, Learning To Fly
  • nc

    16 Jul 2010, 16:06 by ghighi_zoe

    I got elastic bands keepin' my shoes on.
    Got those swollen hand blues.
    Got thirteen channels of shit on the T.V. to choose from.
    I've got electric light.
    And I've got second sight.
    And amazing powers of observation.
    And that is how I know
    When I try to get through
    On the telephone to you
    There' ll be nobody home.

    Nobody Home
  • The Australian Pink Floyd Show at Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam March 1st 2009

    2 Mar 2009, 14:50 by rikvanorsouw

    Sun 1 Mar – The Australian Pink Floyd Show

    The Australian Pink Floyd Show
    Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
    March 1st 2009


    This was the second time I saw the Aussiefloyd live. The last time was in Nijmegen (http://www.last.fm/event/446023) where they did The Best Of The Wall, now they were back in a bigger venue with the complete version of The Wall.
    We (my dad and I) were sitting on row 1 right in front of the bass player. So we had a great view of the stage.
    At 8 PM exact the house lights went down and the tune of Outside the Wall started to play. In the Flesh? came suddenly and started with a blast. Awesome. Crystal clear sound coming from the stage. What a sound and what a light show! Simply awesome.

    They played almost a note-to-note rendition of the original Wall show in 1980 and 1981. Instead of real brick wall they used a backdrop screen showing animations based on the original Wall footage, The Wall movie and ofcourse their own Australian humour.

  • Tue 17 Feb – Metric

    19 Feb 2009, 04:37 by Zarvok

    Tue 17 Feb – Metric

    I wasn't sure what to expect going in with this show. I knew Metric was not on tour and that they had a new album coming out in April, but I hadn't heard any of the bootlegs. I also had observed that they didn't announced the show on their web page. When my friend mgreenbe and I got seated downstairs the stage had only a piano and an acoustic guitar on it, and I started to get pretty excited.

    The show was only Emily Haines and Jimmy Shaw, and they played an entirely acoustic set. Most of the tracks were off of their upcoming album. They also played a couple older tracks and two covers - Shaw played Pink Floyd's Nobody Home, and Haines played Neil Young/Buffalo Springfield's Expecting To Fly. I particularly loved Nobody Home - I really hope someone taped the show.

    It was really a lot of fun to hear Metric in this small venue and stripped down presentation. I'm a big fan of Emily Haines's solo work, and the acoustic presentation at this show heavily echoed those songs. …
  • iTunes meme... updated.

    3 Aug 2008, 19:25 by ComradeKellybug

    *deletes old one* >_> I figure that one meme is more than enough for any journal.
    Changes from late March shown in parenthesis.
    (* = new, ~ = same)

    Songs by title:

    First song: A&E (~)
    Last song: 99 Red Balloons (~)

    Songs by length:

    Shortest song: Ain't No Thang But A Chickin' Wang (0:07) XD (~)
    Longest song: Fabric Mix (44:12) (~)

    By artist:

    First artist: a-ha (previous: A*Teens *makes face*)
    Last artist: 98 Degrees (previous: The 5th Dimension)

    By album:

    First album: ABBA (~)
    Last album: 99 Luftballons (~)

    Top ten most played songs (no artist repeats):

    1. Laisse Tomber Les Filles (+1)
    2. Deutschland (-1)
    3. The Actor's Opprobrium (*)
    4. 15 (+1)
    5. Mrs Vandebilt (-1)
    6. Scenes from an Italian Restaurant (~)
    7. I Want You (She's So Heavy) (+3)
    8. One Week (*)
    9. Piazza, New York Catcher (-1)
    10. Come On Eileen (*)

    Ten most recently played songs:

    1. Vera
    2. Nobody Home
    3. Is There Anybody Out There?
    4. Hey You
  • Playlist for eating ice cream in front of a computer screen half past three in the…

    28 May 2008, 01:28 by Possdigits

    Beth
    More Than This
    Girls
    Nobody Home
    1969
    Comfortably Numb

    It's really good, you should try it.
  • Three fave songs for every character of the alphabet

    5 May 2008, 19:12 by Chikyro

  • Bored Journal

    21 Jan 2008, 07:07 by scottwallace01

    I'm bored, so I stole this from Gibson1976's journal. Hope he's not with the RIAA!

    1. How did you get into 29? (Social Distortion)

    I heard the diatribe on Live at the Roxy about how back in the day you couldn't just walk into the mall and "get your pussy pierced," and I pretty much knew I needed to listen further.

    2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Opeth)

    Windowpane, off of Damnation. I wasn't yet into death metal, and was stunned by the distinction between this song and the material off of their other albums.

    3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33? (Faith No More)

    "I started this
    It's all for me
    What's yours is mine and mine is mine
    That's plain to see"

    from Be Aggressive off of Angel Dust

    4. What is your favorite album by 49? (Insomnium)

    Still fairly new to them, to the point that I'm surprised they're in my top 50, so I'm not certain. Probably (at this point) Since the Day It All Came Down.

    5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (Izzy Stradlin)
  • [11.30.07] The Australian Pink Floyd Show Review [Finished!]

    1 Dec 2007, 21:05 by Torenkownage

    Fri 30 Nov – The Australian Pink Floyd Show. Where do I begin? First off, the place was packed. I was almost surprised there were so many people there to see a tribute band. I was with my 25 year old brother. Me and him have always fought a lot, like most brothers, I'd imagine. But lately we've been a little closer. I was originally going to go to this concert with my mom, but I decided to go with my brother, since me and my mom saw Roger Waters in May.

    Soon after the first song, "Breathe" kicked in, I found out why the place was packed: They're basically Pink Floyd! If you closed your eyes, you'd have no clue it wasn't the real thing. After "Breathe" came "On the Run" with some cool visuals on the screen as expected. I think Roger did this track better though, visually and otherwise. At the end was the big crash, which then segued into the loud clocks of "Time". This song was another dead-on replication, but even better in some parts. …