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3 Apr 2009, 20:01 by lovorvako redom!
Projekt A-ko - hey palooka!
The Speedies - something on my mind
Bubonic Plague - greek ambassador
The Barracudas - summer fun
The Gaslight Anthem - drive
Tyvek - frustration rock
Cheveu - dog
Only If You Call Me Jonathan - second best dullard
Micachu and the Shapes - just in case
The Detroit Cobras - try love
Whiskeytown - waiting to derail
projekt a-ko - here comes new challenger!
projekt a-ko - ichiro on the third
projekt a-ko - supertriste duxelle
The Delgados - american trilogy
Gentleman Jesse and His Men - sidewalks
The Shivvers - please stand by
Television - torn curtain
Mannequin Men - the pigpen
WhoMadeWho - small down city
Hunx and His Punx - gimmie gimmie back your love
John Doe And The Sadies - i still miss someone
DD/MM/YYYY - bronzage
Pointed Sticks - what do you want me to do?
Neil Young- just singing a song
Ice. Sea. Dead People - hence: elvis
The Exploding Hearts - jailbird
tyvek - honda
The Boys - you better move on
Dan Deacon - get older
22 Feb 2009, 23:18 by badname19861. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? Bad Astronaut
Hmm, The F Word, I think.
2. How did you get into 29? The Frantic
I think I saw them opening for Treaty of Paris, I thought they were pretty good so I bought their CD at the merch table.
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? Minus the Bear
" 'It's getting late' she said, she touched my face 'Let's stay out as late as we can.' "
4. How did you get into 49? 65daysofstatic
I'd just heard a lot about them so I decided to check them out.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? Pavement
6. What is your favorite song by 50? Streetlight Manifesto
We Are the Few.
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? Rob Thomas
Yeah, Ever the Same. It reminds me of a breakup, actually. :x
8. What is your favorite song by 15? The Rolling Stones
Hmm. Don't Stop, I think.
9. What is your favorite song by 5? Bon Jovi
Good question. I think Someday I'll Be Saturday Night.
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy? Why?
23 Jan 2009, 21:12 by KillTheLiar
17 Dec 2008, 16:44 by SI_FailedFinally I've finished powerpop Vol. II, when it should've been out a month ago, anyway. Here it is...
Lots more old classics and a whole bunch of modern ones. A lot more Swedish stuff for some reason.
Some personal highlights:
-Shrapnel – Combat Love is punk rock love.
-The Outcasts another great band from the first wave of Northern Ireland punk. Criminally ignored.
-The Exploding Hearts are phenomenal to say the least. One listen and you're hooked they're that good.
-The Doits, Sweden's answer to old-school guitar pop with lots of catchy hooks.
Download It Here!
Hanx and Enjoy.
1. Stiv Bators – Make Up Your Mind
2. Nick Lowe - Mary Provost
3. Shrapnel - Combat Love
4. The Fans - Giving Me That Look In Your Eyes
5. Running Dogs - Blue Boats
6. Nikki & The Corvettes – Young & Crazy
7. Traste & Superstararna - Alla Tankte Sa
19 Sep 2008, 09:33 by BermudaHighway1. How did you get into 31?
I got into Janis Joplin because my mom owned Pearl on cassette, and when I got it out of the dusty cupboard all those years ago a humongous spider crawled out on my hand. That seemed to bode well so I gave it a listen and fell in love.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
The Exploding Hearts - the song was Jailbird. The first thing I noted was that they really must have liked sniffing glue. Or at least singing about it.
3. What's your favourite lyric by 29? T.S.O.L. Oh, so many goodies to choose from! "And I don't even care how she died... But I like it better if she smells of formaldehyde!" And pretty much all the lyrics to "Red Shadows." It's such an eerily atmospheric song.
4. What is your favourite album by 49?
Bruce McCulloch - Shame-Based Man
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? Portishead - the album is Third, just the one.
6. What is your favourite song by 50?
10 Jul 2008, 16:46 by djloiqDebbie:
The Aislers Set - Hit The Snow
Elliot Smith - Son Of Sam
Monkey Swallows the Universe - Fonz You!
Camera Obscura - If Looks Could Kill
Supper Furry Animals - The International Language Of Screaming
Grandaddy - Sumer Here Kids
Tender Trap - Applecore
The Gresham Flyers -
The Spazzys - Zatopeks
Love Is All - Spinning And Scratching
Lush - Single Girl
Neutral Milk Hotel - Holland 1945
Milky Wimpshake – Bourgeois Blues
Salty Pirates – Black Minds, White Lies
Ballboy – I Don't Have Time
The Lucksmiths – T-Shirt Weather
Eux Autres – Salut Les Copains
Felt - Sunlight
Talulah Gosh – I Can't Get No Satisfaction
The Judy's – She's Got the Beat
The Crabs – Love & Hate
Josef K – Fun n Frenzy
The Wedding Present - Crawl
Prototypes – Je Ne Te Connais Pas
The Kabeedies - Sideburns
The Cure - Friday I'm In Love
The Long Blondes - Once And Never Again
Los Campesinos! - Don't Tell Me To Do The Math(s)
24 Jun 2008, 14:45 by lovorhttp://img381.imageshack.us/img381/3356/yummav4.jpg
1. Miss Alex White & The Red Orchestra - in the snow
2. Kazalok - cia
3. Catatonic Youth - control my gun
4. Exploding Hearts - throwaway style
5. Goodnight Loving - whiskey nights
6. Black Lips - my struggle
7. Nobunny - chuck berry holliday
8. Greg Ashley - amnesia
9. Jacuzzi Boys - komi caricoles
10. M.O.T.O. - it tastes just like a milkshake
11. Gaye Blades - don't get married
12. Jay Reatard - screaming hand
13. Cheap Time - falling down
14. The Barbaras - topsy turvy magic
15. King Khan & BBQ - what's yours is mine
16. Mannequin Men - 22nd century
12 May 2008, 06:22 by zytsefIt comes a few months late, but nevertheless. Put simply The Exploding Hearts were the best thing to happen to pop music since the slicing of bread. Shattered is the last scraps of recordings left to this world from some inspired musicians. Much thanks to Dirtnap Records for making this available to fans who just can't get enough.
It's not really an album, but a compilation of some Exploding Hearts singles from before anyone had heard of them, some material from the recording sessions of Guitar Romantic, and what would have been the next single had three-fourths of the band not died that morning on I-5.
The first three tracks are what I would imagine would have been on the next single and overall they're pretty good. "Shattered" is by far the best of the bunch and provides the kind of hooks that the Hearts were renowned for. The sort of stuff you would imagine on the soundtrack if someone made a movie about all the best memories you have about summer vacation when you were a kid. …