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19 Jan 2009, 00:02 by maz35Out of boredom I have decided to list my musical discoveries of 2008. That is music I actually discovered and enjoyed in the year as opposed to music actually released in the year. I'm always late to the musical party
My Body Is a Cage
I'm a sucker for a slow build up followed by an sudden lift, Love it when the organ kicks in. Arcade Fire was without doubt my artist of the year. Special mentions also go to Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels), No Cars Go and In the Backseat though I pretty much liked nearly everything.
Already knew and liked Feist but wasn't aware of her early album. Enjoyed and listened to it a lot, particularly this track which may be close to my record for longest time left on repeat. Find it relaxing to listen to for some reason
Most interesting discovery of the year had to be Stolen Babies with the rock cabaret stylings and alternation between singing and shouting of the singer. Thats probably best demonstrated by something like Tablescrap but…
17 Jul 2008, 00:52 by Nartireczek8/7/17
***kartka z kalendarza***
1. SLADE "Run Runaway" Sony BMG 1984
with HER ORCHESTRA "All of Me" Sony BMG 1941
2006 seperacja z Carmen Electra
3. RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS "Give It Away" Warner 1991
1979 wyrzucony z zespołu
4. THIN LIZZY "The Boys Are Back in Town" EMI 1976
***Wakacyjna Pocztówka Dźwiękowa***
5. THE POLYPHONIC SPREE "Lithium" EMI 2007
6. THE SUBWAYS "Boys & Girls" Warner 2008 (JAROCIN!!!)
7. DEEP PURPLE "Black & White" Universal 1987
8. 1900s "Cold & Kind" Parasol 2007
9. INDIOS BRAVOS "Miecz i kij" Agora 2008
10. BASIA "Time and Tide" Sony BMG 1987
11. DISHWALLA "Angels or Devils" Immergent 2002
15 Mar 2008, 12:40 by beakyb
29 Dec 2007, 07:42 by WalrusOct9The Great:
Bjork - Auditorium Theatre, May 12. Simply amazing, I can't really put it into words. I've loved her for years, but even after listening to her albums hundreds of times, the songs still startled me in a live setting, really beautiful stuff. Plus she did 4 tunes from Vespertine, my favorite album, which I wasn't expecting at all. "Unison" live may make the list of Top 10 live songs I've ever seen.
Bruce Springsteen & The E-Street Band - United Center, Oct. 21 & 22. I don't know which night to pick, so I'm just going to cheat and group them together. How could I pick between hearing "Candy's Room" and "Thundercrack" on the first night and "Spirit in the Night" on the second? I know it's not 1978, but after building up an E-Street show in my mind (and on my stereo) for years, it somehow did manage to live up to my expectations. Plus, GA standing floor tickets mean no corporate people sitting down and being bored for half…
15 Nov 2007, 20:26 by sasda1. Open your music library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc.).
2. Put it on shuffle and press play.
3. For every question, type the song that's playing. When you go to a new question, go to the next song.
4. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool.
Opening Credits: Poe - Hello, Hello
Waking Up: Clueso - Gute Musik
Falling in Love: The Jesus and Mary Chain - Just Like Honey
Fight Song: The Doors - Light My Fire
Breaking Up: Spinvis - Limonadeglazen wodka
Prom: Giant Drag - Wicked Game
Mental Breakdown: The Clash - Rock the Cashbah
Driving: The Polyphonic Spree - Lithium
Flashback: Radiohead - Reckoner
Getting Back Together: Sid - Napfele
Wedding: DJ Duro & DJ Zany - Hasta La Pasta
Night Before the War: Ari Koivunen - You Break My Heart
Final Battle: Suede - Animal Nitrate
Moment of Triumph: Rotterdam Terror Corps - Deutsche National Hymne (Gabber Mix)
Death Scene: Infected Mushroom - Illuminaughty
16 Oct 2007, 09:01 by nightfloatLithiumAbout a Girl
Bull In The Heather
Where Is My Mind
All Tomorrow's Parties
Walk Like An Egyptian
Where The Streets Have No Name (Can't Take My Eyes Off Of You)
Where Is My Mind
We're Only Gonna Die for Our Arrogance
Captain Kelly's Kitchen
Open Your Heart
I Can't Help Falling In Love
12 Jul 2007, 07:00 by kingdompunkLast Saturday, July 7th, 2007 (07/07/07) I saw The Polyphonic Spree at The House of Blues in Cleveland Ohio. I will now write down the events of what was probably one of the most happy nights of my life.
So Mat's mom drove Mat, Max, and I to the show, and also attended. Doors opened at 7, and we got there right about then. The doors were closed, so we waited. I was wearing my Morrissey shirt, which this one pretty cool but eventually annoying guy noticed, and he started chatting with us and hung out the rest of the night. When the doors opened, we ran right up front and got a spot smack in front of the stage, right in the middle. Nice. I then went and bought a shirt and a pin. They were not taxed. Shirt was 20 bucks, pin was 2.
So the opening act, Jeca Hoop, was scheduled to go on at 8:00pm. It was closer to 8:30 when she started, and she was pretty good. Over-all, I was glad she opened, she did a great job. I gave her a high five before she ran off stage…
7 Feb 2007, 03:50 by SoLiberatingSomeone please tell me why I find The Polyphonic Spree's version of Lithium so amusing, because I really don't know.
Also why does everyone like The Good, the Bad & the Queen? There are 2 decent songs on their CD, nothing spectacular though. Maybe it's because people are excited by the phrase 'supergroup', even though the guy from Blur hardly counts as super (don't even mention the Gorillaz because I automatically don't like them because of the 'virtual band' idea and believe me it takes some real good music for me to forgive a sin as bad as replacing an s with a z and it not being for the case of humor (I actually like a couple songs but don't tell anyone).