17 Dec 2010, 18:26 by puleolikecoolio
29 Jan 2010, 20:03 by FingonTheGreatUsing only song names from ONE ARTIST, cleverly answer these questions.
Pick your Artist:
Are you a male or female:
I Am the Walrus
How do you feel:
I'm So Tired
Describe where you currently live:
If you could go anywhere, where would you go:
Across the Universe
Your favourite form of transportation:
Your best friend is:
You and your best friends are:
Here, There and Everywhere
What's the weather like:
Favourite time of day:
Good Day Sunshine
If your life was a TV show, what would it be called:
The Fool on the Hill
What is life to you:
Only a Northern Song
I Saw Her Standing There
Old Brown Shoe
What is the best advice you have to give:
Your Mother Should Know
Thought for the Day:
Let It Be
How I would like to die:
My soul's present condition:
10 Dec 2009, 10:23 by ChudleyCannonsLast.FM Milestones1st track: (03 Apr 2006)
Ben Folds Five - Mess1000th track: (07 Jul 2006)
Ben Folds Five - One Angry Dwarf and 200 Solemn Faces2000th track: (21 Aug 2006)
Ben Kweller - Family Tree3000th track: (11 Sep 2006)
Ben Folds - Hiro's Song4000th track: (02 Oct 2006)
Third Eye Blind - Darkness5000th track: (31 Oct 2006)
Cake - Mr. Mastodon Farm6000th track: (05 Dec 2006)
Radiohead - My Iron Lung7000th track: (24 Dec 2006)
The Postal Service - Little Girl Blue8000th track: (11 Jan 2007)
Mute Math - Noticed9000th track: (01 Feb 2007)
Ben Folds Five - Best Imitation of Myself10000th track: (26 Feb 2007)
Sufjan Stevens - The Dress Looks Nice on You11000th track: (27 Mar 2007)
Death Cab for Cutie - Your Heart Is an Empty Room12000th track: (13 Apr 2007)
The Flaming Lips - Feeling Yourself Disintegrate13000th track: (10 May 2007)
Andrew Bird - Imitosis14000th track: (24 May 2007)
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Five Easy Pieces15000th track: (10 Jun 2007)
26 Feb 2009, 03:06 by nayruzitaAcredito que ninguém nunca vá ler isso, mas de qualquer forma me deu uma vontade de vir postar aqui no Last.fm sobre ...música, é claro.
Listo a seguir alguns álbuns que marcaram a minha adolescência desde 2002, e não necessariamente os meus álbuns de maior prestígio atualmente. Nostalgia total.
1. Let Go (2002)
A pose de 'roqueira rebelde skatista' de Avril Lavigne, em junção a letras sobre problemas de mocinhas-adolescentes-que-choram-por-namorado-e-dão-a-volta-por-cima e melodias pop um tanto quanto cativantes fazem de Let Go um dos melhores álbuns Pop dos últimos anos, e totalmente marcante em minha adolescência. O próprio Design simples do encarte, com fotos borradas e letras escritas à mão chamavam a atenção de um público que já estava cansado das cantoras pops 'certinhas e cor-de-rosa'. Até hoje ouço o álbum com gosto. Talvez não com o mesmo gosto de uns 5 anos atrás, mas admito que ainda pulo de alegria ouvindo Sk8er Boi. …
19 Sep 2008, 23:45 by stickyflower1. How did you get into 29?
Amy Winehouse. Believe it or not, i got into her because of a music magazine I used to read every month (BIZZ), unfortunately it doens't exist anymore =(. BIZZ was way too much fun.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
It was Pearl Jam - Last Kiss, which isn't even close my favorite one.
3. How many albums by 13 do you own?
None. There is a lot of things I would do for a 椎名林檎's album... but you know.. I'm a student. (8)Oh, my pride is all I have.... (8)
4. What is your favorite song by 15?
The day I first listend to Fleetwood Mac was the happiest day of my father's life. I was a 8-year-old kid completely addicted to The Beatles and my dad used to make a selection of albums to listen in the car and I always wanted Beatles among them. He was just TIRED. "KID, STOP LISTENING TO BEATLES, PLEASE!", then he showed me Fleetwood Mac and I got another addiction. Thank you very much, daddy.
It's hard to say THE favorite song, but... I'd say Blue Letter, Crystal or Rhiannon.
15 Aug 2008, 19:53 by sablespecterThe Beatles / Get Back / Let It Be (12) / May 1970
It's Beatles Week! Day 7: The Latter Years and The End
The strain and tensions and somewhat divisive reactions experienced during the middle years for sure came from the combined pressure of the write-record-tour schedule and the massive success & fame that didn't allow them to go unrecognized and free in their lives. Eliminating touring no doubt eased the pressure on the schedule, but it only created space that began to move them in different directions. The schism began to appear between Paul McCartney and John Lennon with the death of Brian Epstein in the summer of 1967.
With Brian's death there was no overseeing influence to bring them together and help them meld ideas into a common purpose. Paul immediately saw that someone needed to step into that role to hold the band together. He took that role himself. Immediately he brought the idea for Magical Mystery Tour, which turned out to be a flop and widely considered the band's first failure. …
2 May 2008, 21:28 by Ravian18
1 May 2008, 18:16 by annodamydalAnother immigrant from the deviantART.
Pink Floyd may be my favorite band now, but I will never forget how much I loved the Beatles when I was smaller, and even though I have expanded my tastes, I still love listening to them. Who's ready for another obsessive list?
Instrumental, and one of Ringo Starr's few songs. Only recently, I thought it wouldn't be out of place in a video game, as a walking theme.
I first heard this when I was six. I thought Ringo was somehow related to me and/or knew me because he had the most awesome birthday in the world, aka. mine (July 7)
20. I Want to Hold Your Hand
One of my first Beatles songs. Someone danced to it in a school talent show, leading me to want to dance the next year to...
19. I Saw Her Standing There
I used to dance to this when I was five and six. It was mainly spinning though. But: I thought that if I wore heels, I'd look seventeen for the dance. That thought was bolstered by the fact that when I smeared play makeup on my face and put Mom's heels on…
23 Apr 2008, 21:07 by supfakerTake ten bands/artists that should play at your show and determine their set lists:
- The first one plays 5 songs.
- The second one plays 5 songs.
- The third one plays 5 songs.
- The fourth one plays 5 songs.
- The fifth one plays 6 songs.
- The sixth one plays 7 songs.
- The seventh one plays 7 songs.
- The eighth one plays 7 songs.
- The ninth one plays 11 songs.
- The tenth one plays 14 songs, with a 2 song encore.
1. Sondre Lerche
1. (I Wanna) Call It Love
2. After All
3. Suffused With Love
4. All Luck Ran Out
5. Things You Call Fate
2. Cat Stevens
1. Here Comes My Baby
2. Father And Son
3. If You Want To Sing Out, Sing Out
4. Oh Very Young
5. Wild World
3. The Libertines
1. Can't Stand Me Now
2. Tell the King
3. What Katie Did
4. For Lovers
5. What Became Of The Likely Lads?
4. The Kinks
2. Picture Book
4. A Long Way from Home
5. The Shins
2 Mar 2008, 10:34 by DarthemedThe film The Jacket, with Adrien Brody, is fantastic. (It's a playful little meditation on the nature of the fourth dimension with respect to the effects our actions have on those around us,) I recommend using the following audio in conjunction with it, on a cold night. Or at least with a cold source nearby. Use of acid is also recommended, but not endorsed, suggested, held not quantifiable, culpable, or by this individual. Regardless, enjoy the film. And leave it playing. Even if you decided to go make a sandwich in the middle of the film, hat would be cool, but leave this on repeat for maximum effect.
What Kind of Animal are You?
You Never Give Me Your Money
Blood from the Air
The Auto-Asphyxiating Hierophant
Mean Mr. Mustard
Triple Sons and the One You Bury
boy in the suitcase
She Came in Through the Bathroom Window
The Golden Section
Carry That Weight
The Pope Held Upside Down