Fev 21 2009, 2h34 por Stopperator
Dez 7 2007, 5h47 por sofiasniper...some waltz.
Yes, I finally finished my playlist for songs in waltz. It's quite surprising with some of these artist to have made songs in waltz. If you don't know what it means when a song is in waltz, go ask someone else.
Anyway, here's what the list looks like (with the artists in somewhat alphabetical order).
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club:
Killing the Light
Still Suspicion Holds You Tight
And I'm Aching
The Long Island Sound
The Cooper Temple Clause:
Safe Enough Distance
Death Cab for Cutie:
Line of Best Fit
State Street Residential
Prove my Hypotheses
Song for Kelly Huckaby
Rocky Road to Dublin
Loista Laakso (ja Voista Laakso??)
The Sailor Song
Italy vs. Helsinki (ft. Peter Jöback)
Liquid Spear Waltz
Mai 30 2007, 22h16 por sushi_coPut your music player on shuffle.
Post the first 20 songs that come up.
You can repeat artists if you want.
If you have any repeats, skip to the next track.
it was shuffle 40 songs but i am too lazy :P
1. The Boy Who Blocked His Own Shot
2. Rue the Whirl
4. Ghost Train
5. Moses? I Amn't
6. GIL B643
7. One for You
10. Just a Little
11. To Thou Who Dwellest in the Night
12. Parallel Stripes
13. The End Of A Love Affair
14. Feel Good Hit of the Summer
15. Good Friday
16. A Quick Little Fight
17. Stand My Ground
19. Sudden Death
20. Wheel of Conclusion
1. Which song do you prefer, #1 or #40?
3 or 13
2. Have you ever listened to #12 continuously on repeat?
nope i didnt i wont hehe
3. What do you think about the artist who did #15?
4. Is #19 one of your favorite songs?
Used to be one.
5. Who does #18 remind you of?
well my ex
Out 3 2006, 21h11 por teebeeThis week is Swedish outfit, The Knife.
Most famously known (or not, as the case may be) for the song Heartbeats which was covered by Jose Gonzalez. Incidentally, both versions are good tunes...which one you'd prefer depends on what mood you are in.
The afformentioned Heartbeats is on the album Deep Cuts which is a rather groovin' CD - though most of the other songs are not really like Heartbeats. They tend to lean towards electronica dancey stuff - with lots of repeating patterns (which the brain, apparently, likes); and indeed, most of the patterns are very catchy and you'll most likely find yourself dancing (embarrassingly) along to them.
I also have their latest album, Silent Shout which is in much the same vein, though it seems to be a little bit darker - i.e. the tunes seem to have slightly less bounce to them...I really have no idea what I'm talking about. Point is, I reckon Deep Cuts is a better album, and would get you to buy/download/steal that one rather than Silent Shout.