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31 Mar 2010, 14:18 by molkique1. How did you get into 29?
Saw them support Turisas back in 2007, and despite Chris being visibly terrified, they were wonderful.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Come What(ever) May - a mate sent it to me, and I hunted the album down next time I was in HMV.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33?
It's Camille Saint-Saëns; he doesn't have lyrics. Danse Macabre is a phenomenal piece of music though.
4. How did you get into 49?
It was hard not to back in the day, when Wannabe was everywhere.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Ace of Base
Two. Happy Nation and The Collection.
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad?
Speed Of Pain. Twisted, beautiful, heartbreaking.
8. What is your favorite song by 15?
9. What is your favorite song by 5?
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
7 Feb 2010, 22:02 by onyxparadiseMY BLOG: http://iamchase.wordpress.com - music, love, life and more!
Sweet 7 marks the 7th album from the Sugababes, and the first album from the newest incarnation of the group, consisting now of Heidi Range, Amelle Berrabah and Jade Ewen. Furore of no original members remaining aside, Sweet 7 evidences a complete glossy polishing of the group’s sound that started upon Mutya’s departure after Taller in More Ways, one of the group’s best albums. Sweet 7 is full of pounding clubby pop uptempos, with a couple of ballads at the end to slow down the pace. For the most part (the piece-of-trash “Thank You For The Heartbreak” aside), these are well-written, catchy pop songs with a couple of pleasant surprises along the way. ”Wear My Kiss” and “About a Girl” are smashes-in-waiting that don’t deserve to fare badly on the charts just because of bad feeling towards the group’s revolving-door lineup. …
3 Aug 2009, 18:19 by apedroheringerRecommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
The Boy Does Nothing : Alesha Dixon (Score = 82.6)
Some Girls : Rachel Stevens (Score = 74.37)
Stars : Kylie Minogue (Score = 61.38)
Mannequin : Britney Spears (Score = 59.62)
No More Rain : Kylie Minogue (Score = 58.93)
Stop : Girls Aloud (Score = 57.89)
I Said Never Again (But Here We Are) : Rachel Stevens (Score = 53.36)
Lace and Leather : Britney Spears (Score = 52.39)
Chasing Lights : The Saturdays (Score = 46.38)
So Good : Rachel Stevens (Score = 41.43)
Freak Like Me : Sugababes (Score = 39.86)
Rock Steady : All Saints (Score = 38.26)
Red Dress : Sugababes (Score = 37.27)
With Every Heartbeat : Robyn (Score = 31.95)
Not Such an Innocent Girl : Victoria Beckham (Score = 30.31)
Beware Of The Dog : Jamelia (Score = 29.39)
Just a Little : Liberty X (Score = 29.29)
Stuck : Stacie Orrico (Score = 28.15)
Real Girl : Mutya Buena (Score = 27.35)
5 Mar 2009, 19:08 by jonathanlovattWell Skins is back on our screens and as ever, the music is really good with a fantastic mix of new, old, obscure, prominent and generally eclectic.
Only 6 episodes out of the 10 have been broadcast so far, but here's some of my favourite music from what's been shown. I'll update this as new episodes are available.
An introduction to the new cast and some great music to fit with their personalities.
Son Of The Father by Fucked Up welcomes up to the first episode and Freddie causing general mayhem in Bristol on his skateboard.
Monsters Under The Bed by Eugene McGuinness welcomes up to the first assembly in the fictional Roundview College, pop-py, eclectic and very original!
I'm the Man Who Loves You by Wilco. As Cook introduces a slightly confused JJ to the wonders of the girls in the college, this plays in the background - a perfect fit and incredibly catchy pop tune!
11 Jul 2008, 15:12 by clairelaptop01. Why did you decide to take this quiz?
Track: Make Mistakes
02. Where will you meet your husband/wife?
03. Where will you "hug" your wife/husband for the first time?
Track: Bulls In Brooklyn
Artist: The Academy Is...
04. What is your secret dream?
05. What song will they be playing at the morgue when they'll perform your autopsy?
Track: L.E.S. Artistes
06. Who will throw a party after you die?
Track: Let Me In
Artist: The Osmonds
07. What song describes you when you're so drunk that you can't speak?
Artist: Biffy Clyro
08. What will actually kill you?
Track: Read My Mind
Artist: The Killers
09. Who will be your slave?
Track: Thoughts of a Dying Athiest
10. What will you look like at the age of 80?
Track: Lady Madonna
Artist: The Beatles
11. Where will you meet your arch enemy of life?
Track: Blame It on the Boogie
6 Oct 2007, 17:02 by sebuchaHe identificado una mala costumbre en la gente (y al decir "la gente" obviamente me incluyo). Últimamente, todo se reduce a etiquetas: que los pokemones, que las pelolais, que los flaite, los poperos, los dark, los rasta... etc. Una lista casi tan interminable como extraña al analizar. O sea ¿qué tan básico debe uno ser para caer en una de aquellas definiciones? En el fondo, cada una de ellas se reduce a un aspecto bastante circunscrito de personalidades que seguramente son mucho más complejas.
Increíble pensarlo, pero existe en nosotros esa comodidad de tratar de identificar todo con un rasgo particular: la guatona, el feo, el pelao, la narigona, ahora aplicado a personalidades completas más que a rasgos. Bastante peligroso si el objetivo establecer sociedades más abiertas y capaces de recibir y aceptar lo considerado "diferente".
Por desgracia, esta moda se relaciona directa y casi destructivamente con la música. …
25 Jan 2007, 00:20 by astrolabe1976The Cure And The Cause One of the most hypnotic vocal house tracks I've heard in years. A bit like Ericka Badu discovering deep house. Mysterious, swirling, captivating. Amazing.
Sugar(Paper Faces Mix) Ah, Stuart Price, the hardest working man in Dance music. He remixed everyone and their mother, on top of being Madonna's musical director for her Confessions Tour. He takes Armand's pedestrian dance-rock anthem to a sexy electronic romp that has a great synth hook.
SorryWow, Stuart Price again. I must say Stu's mix style can be quite obvious, with you often thinking he's just trying to re-arrange yet another New Order song that you've never heard before. His reinterpretation of his own production with Madonna is a great synthy dance number, cranking up the vocoder in the mix higher than it was on the album.
Talk (Jacques Lu Cont Mix)This is the last Stuart Price production. I promise. This is by far the most stunning/radical reconstruction of the list, yet its highly reverent to the original. …
6 Jan 2007, 09:54 by FTCHA couple of days too late, but anyways, here are my best of 2006 charts.
1. Black Holes and Revelations
2. The Veils - Nux Vomica
3. Rabbit Fur Coat
4. Show Your Bones
5. Yes, Virginia
6. Real Life
7. Begin to Hope
8. We Are The Pipettes
9. The Long Blondes - Someone To Drive You Home
10. The Life Pursuit
11. Cansei de Ser Sexy
12. Be Your Own Pet
13. Waterloo To Anywhere
14. Bring It On
15. Scissor Sisters - Ta-Dah
16. Gulag Orkestar
17. Amy Winehouse - Back To Black
18. Silent Shout
19. Alright, Still
20. Bande a Part
21. PJ Harvey - The Peel Sessions
23. Sun, Sun, Sun
24. Ringleader of the Tormentors
25. Until Death Comes
1. Muse, Lowlands
2. Sigur Rós, Rock Werchter
3. Radiohead, Heineken Music Hall (august)
4. The Veils, Paradiso
5. Sufjan Stevens, Paradiso
6. Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Melkweg
7. Muse, Rock Werchter
8. Franz Ferdinand, Tivoli
9. Muse, Brabanthallen
10. Radiohead, Heineken Music Hall (may)
11. Scissor Sisters, Lowlands
12. Joan As Police Woman, Paradiso