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  • Year 2008 in music

    3 Jan 2009, 23:49 by kuzzzma

    Top artists of year 2008
    1 The Beta Band 1,172 - every time i hear them, i discover something new in every song.
    2 Brazzaville 1,089 - one of all time favourits, new album was released in february '08.
    3 Pulp 972 - pure pleasure.
    4 I Am Kloot 612 - another long-lasting favourite
    5 Belle and Sebastian 587 - 1/5 of this count goes to 1 (!) song
    6 The Divine Comedy 581 - mmm.. voice of neil hannon
    7 天門 500 - "5cm per second" was a love from first screencap i saw.
    8 The Waterboys 483
    9 The Beatles 429 - my father used to say: "if you don't know what music to put on - The Beatles is a solid choice", he was right after all.
    10 菅野よう子 427 - oh, YOKO, you turn me on!
    11 鷺巣詩郎 419
    12 増田俊郎 412 - Mushishi was a thing that helped me to get through super-overly-stressed autumn, a little dose of serenity every now and then.
    13 Kula Shaker 386
    14 Jackson C. Frank 358 - i can't listen to Nick Drake ever again
    15 Dario Marianelli 329 - Atonement and Pride & Prejudice soundtracks
  • A great idea (4our5ive6ix Radio)

    14 Oct 2008, 06:38 by fakehead

    I came across bamgrrl's Friend Radio journals today and was left completely inspired. I shall do the same! Here's the basic point: Listen to 10 songs on any of your friends' radio stations. You might find you've been missing out on something, or possibly reaffirm your dislike for something else. It's all good fun and extremely educational.

    First up! 4our5ive6ix
    We became friends when he added me about a month ago. I think it was because I've listened to his band's music (which is truly great, by the way).

    Insight
    Oooh! Fantastic! I've been listening to a lot of Joy Division in recent weeks, thanks to the film, Control. I'm not particularly familiar with this song. It's a live version, which I almost prefer live versions of Joy Division songs, with lots of synthy sounds that brings to mind Battlestar Galactica.

    Very Ape
    I've never been a huge Nirvana fan, so my knowledge on most of their music is limited, save the singles. And Born in a Junkyard. This is a lot punkier than I took Nirvana for. Cool. Short and sweet!