4 Mar 2010, 03:26 by LJS90
6 Nov 2009, 22:27 by disairyuzerneimRadiohead There There (2003)
from the album Hail to the Thief
It goes: "just because you feel it doesn't mean it's there..."
I wish my nightmares had this song as their soundtrack. It wouldn't make them less of a nightmare, but I would certainly enjoy them a bit more.
If you like this, listen to: 2+2=5, We Suck Young Blood, Nude, The Amazing Sounds of Orgy
10 May 2009, 19:21 by CynaithIf any of you have read Joyce's Ulysses, you'll know it is very musical. This is especially apparent in the Sirens chapter which uses words to convey musical phrases and repetitions.
Here, I will detail music that I relate to Ulysses; recalled when reading, chapter by chapter.
Though I have not read this chapter yet, the fact Crystal Castles sample a reading of 'Sirens' in Air War is one of the many contemporary allusions made to the book I stumbled on, inspiring me to read it.
The media 'vampires' of the Newspaper office in the Aeolus chapter suck away at the inspiration of the resourceful Bloom and imaginative Dedalus:
On swift sail flaming
From storm and south
He comes, pale vampire,
Mouth to my mouth
This reminds me of Radiohead's We Suck Young Blood.
As the Professor of the newspaper office says:
We were always loyal to lost causes... Success for us is the death of the intellect and of the imagination.
3 Mar 2009, 20:30 by darren86
16 Dec 2008, 12:04 by rykowolfHere's how this works: Use the Last.FM Player to listen to the global tag radio for 'awful'.
For each song, I give my opinion of whether or not it deserves the "Awful" tag.
1 Artist: Test Dept.
Comment: A spoken-word Industrial song that tells the story of a street protest. Terribly dull & monotonous.
Awful or not?: Awful.
2 Artist: Anal Cunt
Song: I Went Back in Time and Voted for Hitler
Comment: What sets this apart are the vocals which sound like the type of noise you'd expect from a dog whose behind is caught in a machine.
Awful or not?: Awful.
3 Artist: Jessica Simpson
Song: I Belong to Me
Comment: A typical modern pop love song. User Freakofnature03 goes as far as to say "the only song of hers that I like!".
Awful or not?: Not awful.
4 Artist: Abruptum
Song: Turannum Bellux Eventus Alci Exeo Sivium Vitae Carthaginis
Comment: Reminds me of the weird background sound on FPS games. The singer sounds like a blood-thirsty wolf with a voice like a choking truck. …
28 Oct 2008, 05:45 by pessimysticathese are Halloween mixes i've put together in the past several years, some with the same bands. The 2005 mix started as a death & dying theme, but i mixed it up. i've been listening to a lot of these songs a lot lately ;-)
1. Concrete Blonde -Bloodletting
2. Tones on Tail-Christian Says
3. The Cult-Spiritwalker
4. The Cure-100 Years
5. Depeche Mode - Black Celebration
6. Echo And The Bunnymen- Pictures On My Wall
7. Fields of the Nephilim- Moonchild
8. Gary Numan- Dark
9. Gerard McMann - Cry Little Sister
10. Joy Division-Dead Souls
11. Ministry- Everyday Is Halloween
12. My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult -These Remains
13. Sisters of Mercy- Possession
14. Bauhaus - Bela Lugosi's Dead
1. Ministry-Everyday Is Halloween
2. Killing Joke-Wardance
3. Bauhaus-Stigmata Martyr
4. Psychedelic Furs-Love My Way
5. Siouxsie and the Banshees -Halloween
6. Red Lorry Yellow Lorry- Hollow Eyes
3 Mar 2008, 09:51 by themuffinman27Best of Radiohead
(NOTE: Good songs, but listening to the albums as a whole is much better. This is just to introduce people to Radiohead, so they will go out and start listening to the more difficult stuff)
Fits on about 2 CD's,
a guideline for those trying to convert friends.
Add/remove other songs at your will
PABLO HONEY ERA
Anyone Can Play Guitar
Pop Is Dead
THE BENDS ERA
High and Dry
Fake Plastic Trees
Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Talk Show Host
OK COMPUTER ERA
Exit Music (for a Film)
Polyethylene Parts 1 & 2
KID A/AMNESIAC ERA
How to Disappear Completely
Motion Picture Soundtrack (try and get an acoustic version)
I Might Be Wrong
Like Spinning Plates (Live)
Life in a Glasshouse
True Love Waits
HAIL TO THE THIEF ERA
2 + 2 = 5
8 Dec 2007, 10:43 by RetroPornLoose Ends
I think I'll do this shit every 10,000 tracks to see where I'm at and...yeah no one cares:
01. How did you get into #31?
Le Tigre. I actually don't remember. Probably Carly
02. What was the first song you ever heard by #22?
One Of These Things First From the Garden State soundtrack, I do believe. Oh wait! No, it was probably 'Fly' if that's the one that I'm thinking of from The Royal Tenenbaums soundtrack.
03. What's your favorite lyric by #41 ?
Um Johann Sebastian Bach isn't much of a lyricist.
04. What is your favorite album by #49 ?
I don't have any Jon Brion albums, but his score for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is fucking beautiful.
05. How many albums by #13 do you own?
Girl Talk. Technically three, but I only listen to the gem that is Night Ripper
06. What is your favorite song by #50 ?
Basically anything from Plantation Lullabies
07. Is there a song by #4 that makes you sad?
Julia and Eleanor Rigby...obviously.
8 Mar 2007, 10:07 by JharodWell, here's a short musical review ^^ I suck at reviews, but I like doing it, so please read and tell me what you think
I'll start with the best albums, then I'll list the good ones, then the bad, then the horrible, and then The Top :-)
1. Sam's Town
This album is perfect. Much, much better than Hot Fuss(although somewhy the majority of people think the opposite). Brandon's vocals are simply amazing, tunes are simple, but powerful. Brandon's voice(and especially in songs like Bones, Why Do I Keep Counting? and Sam's Town) can crush walls and cure cancer, I think. The only song that is not perfect in my opinion(and that doesn't mean it's bad, it's just not as good as the other ones) is Uncle Jonny, which is a bit boring for me.
2. Freak Out!
Just great. Golden. Really, there's not much else to say. Go Cry On Somebody Else's Shoulder is so cool <3 ^^
Well, this is a well-known fact that this album is one of the best albums ever, but I'm going to say that once more. …
8 Mar 2007, 08:37 by tulio_mirEu já conhecia várias bandas que conseguiam passar emoções boas e de certa forma bem definidas: felicidade, alegria, liberdade... Mas passar mensagens de tristeza ou raiva com verdadeira beleza, pra mim sempre foi algo meio difícil de achar.
Há uns anos atrás, conheci algumas músicas do Marilyn Manson. Putz, o cara é muito bom no que faz. Pra algo me fazer sentir raiva e eu ainda achar isso bom, tem q ser bom demais =D
Músicas como Redeemer, This Is the New Shit e I don't like the drugs but the drugs like me passam as emoções degeneradas e podres que o tal andrógino quer passar... de uma forma bonita.
Mais recentemente, vim conhecer a banda Radiohead. Em dias, já era a música que eu mais ouvia - chego a comparar a capacidade deles de passar tristeza em melodia com Bach ( e olha que pra mim isso é muito.
Através de músicas como Like Spinning Plates, We Suck Young Blood ( que, como disse Benjamin, consegue ser mais depressiva que a marcha fúnebre ) e Pyramid Song, os caras conseguiram conquistar mais um admirador. …