20 Jun 2008, 05:05 by echa83A good title complements a song, they said, but what about a song with food or drink in its title? Have you ever noticed that a song that’s humming in your ears at the moment mentions a food or drink in the title? How many are there, you ask? Apparently, there are a lot of them. So, what's with all these food and drink related songs? What are the stories behind these titles? What does the title mean? Does the title relate to the lyrics? What makes an artist came up with a thought "Uh, Quiche Lorraine sounds cool, why not create a song about it?" (little did I know, it’s actually a song about a pooch and has nothing to do with a certain classic French egg dish), or even with the craziest title you wouldn’t ever think of before, like this one, “The Half-Eaten Sausage Would Like to See You in His Office”? Who would ever think a song with such title really exists? Well, these might be some questions that cross our minds when we find one. …
18 Dec 2007, 17:43 by SebCameltoe(Stolen from Grace's Journal)
Put your music player on shuffle.
Post the first 40 songs that come up. You can repeat artists if you want. If you have any repeats, skip to the next track.
So here we go:
1. Crystal Days (Echo And The Bunnymen)
2. Musik für Seiteninstrumente, Schlagzeug und Celesta (Sz 106); II. Allegro(Béla Bartók)
3. Angel (Massive Attack)
4. Prototipo (Telefunka)
5. In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 (Coheed and Cambria)
6. Perfect Day (Lou Reed)
7. Ballad Of Sister Sue (Slowdive)
8. Mataz (Lucybell)
9. Mariscal Tito (Bersuit Vergarabat)
10. Domine Ad Adjuvandum (from the 1610 Vespers) - Monteverdi (Wendy Carlos)
11. New Age (Ride)
12. Alter Mann (Rammstein)
13. Tired of Sex (Weezer)
14. Hej mama (Ekatarina Velika)
15. Glory Of The World (Stratovarius)
16. Endless Summer (Zwan)
17. Creep (Richard Cheese)
18. Exhausted (Foo Fighters)
19. God Save The Queen (Manolo Kabezabolo)
20. Loose Fit (Happy Mondays)
21. Mauro Urquijo (Necronomicuy)
12 Aug 2006, 08:55 by YaiIt's no secret to anyone that I love female vocalist. I have falling in love with artist after artist with unabashed fervour. This makes me feel a bit unfaithful as I fall completely for an artist only to seemingly dismiss them for someone new. What I have found is that although I may find new artist and fall for them old loves are never forgotten.
I guess this all started with Imogen Heap. A simple thing like checking out the top artist of a user (supergurg) that left a comment on my journal could turn into the greatest music love affair of my life. From the first song I was amazed and touched by Imogen's music. With a voice that makes heaven cry in sadness and jealousy she caressed my ears and eased my mind. With her inventive use of music she peeled the layers and let my heart be free. I can't tell you which was the first song I heard of hers but her music touched me in a way very little music has touched me. Each listen is a little bit of heaven.