7 Nov 2011, 19:21 by Cutzy
18 Aug 2009, 10:31 by jd35Recommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
She'd Rather Be With Me : The Turtles (Score = 63.59)
Under My Thumb : The Rolling Stones (Score = 55.7)
Time Between : The Byrds (Score = 54.01)
People Get Ready : The Impressions (Score = 51.6)
Die! : The Mummies (Score = 49.15)
Silly Kids Games : The Damned (Score = 47.46)
I'm Alive : The Hollies (Score = 46.02)
Cry to Me : Solomon Burke (Score = 41.57)
Electric Sweat : The Mooney Suzuki (Score = 40.79)
Mr. Soul : Buffalo Springfield (Score = 40.01)
Mo' Onions : Booker T. &Amp; The Mg's (Score = 39.21)
Money (That's What I Want) : Barrett Strong (Score = 38.73)
When A Man Loves A Woman : Percy Sledge (Score = 37.54)
Space Junk : Devo (Score = 35.69)
Supersonic : Oasis (Score = 35.54)
Ain't No Mountain High Enough : Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell (Score = 35.53)
Rainy Day, Dream Away : The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Score = 35.51)
22 Jul 2009, 15:00 by MissBluRecommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
The Escape Of The Doll : Tarja (Score = 155.33)
Valerie : The Zutons (Score = 103)
It's Not About You : Scouting for Girls (Score = 101.05)
Kill The Director : The Wombats (Score = 97.1)
Moving To New York : The Wombats (Score = 95.14)
Away From Here : The Enemy (Score = 83.15)
Hard to Beat : Hard-Fi (Score = 79.97)
Empire : Kasabian (Score = 79.23)
Club Foot : Kasabian (Score = 75.03)
An End Has A Start : Editors (Score = 70.83)
See the Sun : The Kooks (Score = 68.12)
Just For Tonight : One Night Only (Score = 67.99)
Recover : The Automatic (Score = 67.82)
Sing For Me : Tarja (Score = 67.4)
The Age of the Understatement : The Last Shadow Puppets (Score = 67.17)
The Don : The View (Score = 66.54)
Boy And The Ghost : Tarja (Score = 66.48)
Shoot the Runner : Kasabian (Score = 64.52)
Middle of Nowhere : Hot Hot Heat (Score = 60.93)
Cash Machine : Hard-Fi (Score = 60.7)
17 Jan 2009, 14:18 by Verslapper2008 saw me continue my drift towards heavier and more diverse music, and I think I've found my musical home: the slow, sludgy, low and heavy stylings of grunge. Perhaps I've come full circle back to the genre that burst onto the music scene in the early to mid 1990s, as I was becoming acquainted with music. In fact, I've been drawn to a lot more older music this year: from 1970s Southern rockers Lynyrd Skynyrd, the 70s and 80s progressive rock of Rush, the 70s and 80s heavy metal of Judas Priest, 70s and 80s punk from Sex Pistols and Dead Kennedys, indie rock forefathers Pixies, the grunginess of Alice In Chains (and re-introducing myself to Soundgarden and Nirvana) and the greatest of all discoveries: the 90s sludge metal of Kyuss.
Part of this stems from listening to the least amount of radio in years. My beautiful Subaru Liberty, acquired November 2007, always has an MP3 DVD with stuff on it. Maybe the hip-hop and RnB on Triple J was too much for me. …
22 Dec 2008, 01:35 by jorch_torch1.How did you get into no.29?
Suede, actually i don't remember, maybe on the radio
2. What's the first song you ever heard by no.22?
Where Is My Mind?
3. Whats your favorite lyric by no.33?
"breathing is the hardest thing to do
with all i've said
all that's dead for you,
you lied - good bye"
from Interstate Love Song
4. How did you get into no.49?
easy, alex turner (and Arctic Monkeys) became very important in 2007 so when The Last Shadow Puppets come out this year was difficult not to listen them
5. How many albums by no.13 do you own?
James i don't have any album from them
6. What is your favorite song by no.50?
i have two no. 50 on my charts (today) so... from Pigeon Detectives my fav is I'm Not Sorry and from Babyshambles is You Talk
7. Is there a song by no.39 that makes you sad?
no, the band is Supergrass
8. What is your favorite song by no.15?
pffff... it's difficult to choose one but if i have to take one from the manics it would be A Design for Life
29 Jul 2008, 03:17 by davidkerr88
30 Dec 2007, 22:35 by pegnoseI have listed the 25 songs that I liked best from 2007. My rule for inclusion was that the songs should have been released as a single during 2007.
NOTE: The list is not ordered although I think my number one probably is my favourite.
1. Shut Up and Drive by Rihanna. Perhaps the more obvious inclusion would have been 'Umbrella' which I also like but I prefer the rockiness in this song. I think its fair to call it my favourite song of 2007.
2. About You Now by the Sugababes. I have always liked The Sugababes and their comeback single was right up my street, one to sing along to.
3. Take Control by Amerie featuring. Se7en. It is vital for the inclusion in this list that the version featured is the one featuring Se7en. It wasn't released over here noer included on the album but nevertheless is one of my favourites. It was a tough choice between this and Gotta Work, also by Amerie.
4. Fluorescent Adolescent by Arctic Monkeys. …
2 Dec 2007, 19:43 by Julian_WhoreKaiser Chiefs MEN Arena 1/12/07
Where do I begin? Really?
Me and James arrived in Manchester by train at around 4PM. Went upstairs to see the MEN arena, and it looked fucking massive from the outside.
Had a few hours to spare, so we went into that huge shopping centre (Forgot what it's called) and got a Subway, then went into Zippa? That huge music store.
Anyway, I was just looking about for some Mansun or JJ72 CD's. (No luck, only a Mansun Greatest Hits album)
Until I heard this girl screaming, and seriously, for about 3 seconds, I thought someone had been shot or stabbed, the way she was reacting.
So me and James leant over the banister to see what was going on downstairs. There were security guys and the shop owner was there, and cut off the stairs so no one could use them, although everyone seemed to be crowding round.
After many minutes of girls screaming, I suddenly realise Russell Brand is standing on the floor below us, and every person (Except us) is clutching a copy of his book. …
7 Aug 2007, 13:54 by Lee_WhiteRecently looking through documents on my laptop I discovered this list of my favorite tracks of last year and the reasons why I felt that they were worthy of note:
Love And Longing - Stellastarr*
I ordered this album on import at the end of last year but seeing as it only got a UK release in January sometime then I’m including it. I as depressed quiet a lot at the beginning of te year and this was the perfect thing to listen to. I’m regretting not going to see them at the Leadmill
L. Wells - Franz Ferdinand
I love everything about this song and the video, it’s just superb. It felt like I was waiting forever for it to be released, it got put back about four times. Still it was well worth the wait. Sounds like Franz are going a little Britpop
All Too Human - The Rakes
I fell in love with these after seeing them in February and they (with this song in particular) soundtracked the beginning of my year.
Matchbox - The Kooks
Sadly the album hasn’t aged that well and there’s been…
8 Jun 2007, 20:30 by thesameoldsongs01 Travis
02 Tegan & Sara
04 Juliette & The Licks
05 The Cardigans
06 The Pigeon Detectives
07 Five O'Clock Heroes
08 The White Stripes
09 Wir sind Helden
10 Cat Power
11 The Smiths
13 Charlotte Hatherley
15 Franz Ferdinand
16 Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
17 A Camp
19 Pam Grier
20 The Pipettes
22 Marilyn Manson
23 The Rolling Stones
24 Ryan Adams
Now answer the questions according to the numbers:
What was the first song you ever heard by 6?
"I'm Not Sorry" on the radio and I loved it
What is your favorite album by 2?
"If It Was You" or "The Con". Actually "If It Was You" was my favourite album by them, but "The Con" is their new album and I already love it, so I think that one will become my favourite TnS album
What is your favorite lyric that 1 has sung?
"'Cause you say you love me! And then you do it again, you do it again..."