Journal

  • when music is the answer

    25 Jun 2006, 03:23 by adoration

    How are you feeling today?
    Song: Sensual Woman
    Artist: The Herbalister
    Comments: I can't see how that fits =/ Not at all! I don't believe in this crappy questionthing!

    How far will you go in life?
    Song: Butterflies and hurricane
    Artist: Muse
    Comments: Ehh, okey... o_O I will go into air?

    How do your friends see you?
    Song: Orange Crush
    Artist: R.E.M.
    Comments: Brutal, but I do like orange...

    Will you get married?
    Song: Still Remains
    Artist: Stone Temple Pilots
    Comments: Okey.. Maybe my marrage will last long, or the question still remains... =/

    What should be your group's theme song?
    Song: Roadhouse Blues
    Artist: Imperiet
    Comments: Well, sure... =/

    What is the story of your life?
    Song: Declaration Of A Cheat
    Artist: Shining Fury
    Comments: Mahahaha, I'm so owned... xD

    What is/was high school like?
    Song: Coming Home
    Artist: Survivors
    Comments: I either long for home or I feel like home in school. It works okey both ways =P

  • Obscurity Knocks

    18 Jun 2006, 21:37 by RobDoubleu

    Yammy yammy yamma! Boredom! Boredom!
    Basically something I did featuring artists that aren't anywhere near big, and play punk-related music, or played anyway. Yeah so the wondrously fantastical Breanna_inteh3d gave me a load of sites one grey evening containing some great punk mp3s on them from punk band geeks who collect those 7"s that never got anywhere (I have a good few of these of my own that could be used on the sites). Some are turd. Some are amazing. To put it briefly I'm in eternal debt to the one whom is in the 3d glasses.
    I had some album art, but, I forgot to save it. I don't remember much. I've been putting this journal off for two weeks now.

    The Nosebleeds - Ain't Bin to No Music School
    The message of this song is proven well.

    Jags - Back of My Hand
    The Jags were a less skilled version of The Knack that didn't go as far. You know, powerpop that wasn't perpetual in the mainstream.

    Survivors - Baby Come Back
    Badly produced cheery punk ditty. Nuff said.