23 Nov 2011, 06:48 by FadingMind
30 Jul 2009, 13:04 by inkablotBand:: The Who
Are you female or male:: I'm a Boy
Describe yourself:: The Real Me
How do some people feel about you:: Who Are You
How do you feel about yourself:: I Can't Explain
Describe your ex girlfriend/boyfriend:: A Quick One, While He's Away / Won't Get Fooled Again
Describe your current girlfriend/boyfriend:: Squeeze Box / My Wife
Describe where you want to be:: Magic Bus
Describe what you want to be:: Real Good Looking Boy
Describe how you live:: Pinball Wizard
Describe how you love:: Fiddle About
Share a few words of wisdom:: The Kids Are Alright
8 May 2009, 08:56 by GrantRS(Previous NWoBHM Band of the Week) / (Next NWoBHM Band of the Week)
Originating in Slough (currently part of Berkshire), Sledgehammer are, so far in this series, the band based closest to my hometown. Unfortunately, information on the band and readily available youtube samples are seemingly scarce, but I'm going to do my best.
The three-piece originally consisting of Mike Cooke (guitar, vocals), Terry Pearce (bass), Ken Revell (drums) first garnered attention at the dawn of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal when their 1979 self-titled single was released independently at first, but would shortly be re-issued by a now defunct record label called Valiant.
Sledgehammer (youtube) was accompanied by the b-side Feel Good and was rather well received, as seemingly all the 'early' signings of the first widely recognised year of the movement seemed to be. The band's title track then became such a live favourite many of the band's sets reportedly featured the track twice…
14 Jul 2008, 04:24 by MetallicaACDCYep, another one. I forced myself to NOT write a love poem this time, seeing as that seems to be the only subject I can write about these days! This poem is more open-ended, as it's mostly about my outlook on my life as it is right now. There are two distinct voices: the lost little boy and the man on a mission. These are the two personalities I'm struggling with on a daily basis right now.
Inspirations: The Real Me by The Who
1 Jun 2008, 02:29 by cloudy_skiesHere are a few ramblings on music. Thanks to Brad (MetallicaACDC) for the idea, as he's been doing this kind of thing for a while now.
1. I'm by no means the biggest Metallica fan in the world, but I don't understand why people always praise their 80's albums but say they sold out with The Black Album. IMO, that album has some of the best songs the band ever wrote, and they have a real groove that you don't hear on, say, Master of Puppets. Granted, they sucked later with St. Anger, but that's no reason to trash on some very good, if slightly more commercial, songs. Also, why do I find this very funny?
2. I don't like it when bands record an album after not making music together for 20 or 30 years. Especially when one or more of the key band members are dead. *coughcoughNew York DollscoughcoughThe StoogescoughcoughThe Whocoughcough* I can understand a reunion tour, since a lot of people never got to see them in their prime, but when the band hasn't been around for such a long time…
18 May 2008, 12:51 by HendrixFan42There are some albums that just sum up all the feeling that adolescents face. They could be silly and juvenile, frantic and haunting, nostalgic and longing, or depressing and confused. Here are the five best albums that for whatever reason bring to mind the teenage years, in my humble opinion of course.
5.) Take off Your Pants and Jacket Blink 182 actually sounded like they were 15, even though they were in their mid 20s on this 2001 release. Tom Delongue's nasally angst ridden vocals mesh with amateurish but universal lyrics about dates, concerts and cynical feelings about Christmas. Key Tracks: First DateThe Rock Show
4.) #1 Record The great 70s cult band Big Star mixed shimmering Byrds guitars and melodies with gentle, nostalgic songs about growing up. Even though they were indebted to 60s pop, they ended up influencing later bands like R.E.M. and Teenage Fanclub. Key Tracks:In The Street Thirteen
3.) Quadrophenia Tommy is more famous and has more hits, but Quadrophenia is arguably the better album. …
14 May 2008, 22:46 by JoshoewaaHehe. Sorry, I couldn't resist. I like them too much. I'll be putting some proper journals up again soon! But for now, heres this... actually, does anyone even read my journals LOL? Oh well...
01. Why did you decide to take this quiz?
Track: Fitter, Happier
Comments: Well, it might be making me happier, albeit only slightly. But fitter..?
02. Where will you meet your husband/wife?
Track: If I Needed Someone
Artist: The Beatles
Comments: Oh, so because I don't need them... I won't meet them... thats clear enough!
03. Where will you "hug" your wife/husband for the first time?
Track: Bill Murray
Comments: What would hugging my wife infront of Bill Murray achieve? Trying to make him jealous? I'd just get embarrassed!
04. What is your secret dream?
Track: Cry Baby Cry
Artist: The Beatles
Comments: I don't wanna make babies cry... I have nothing against babies! Although they are quite irritating.
24 Apr 2008, 15:41 by Snowman01
13 Dec 2007, 21:19 by redhaloI went to my dashboard and was pleasantly surprised to find all 15 of my friends just listened spots occupied with "just listened"... again! Second time I've seen this in the year and four months that I've been here!
They have been chosen as contestants in my 10 Tracks - The Sequel contest. Only two returning contenders... aangen (previous score 30) and jimbarton84 (previous score 26). None of the original finalists are repeat contenders!
Link to original 10 Tracks Contest journal.
Fear not there is no physical activity on your part involved. All you have to do is hope the first ten songs played on your radio score enough points to achieve the highest score.
Artists will be rated based on my top 500 artists as such:
Artists that appear between 1 and 100 will be given 10 points
Artists that appear between 101 and 200 will be given 7 points
Artists that appear between 201 and 300 will be given 5 points
Artists that appear between 301 and 400 will be given 3 points
10 Feb 2007, 15:25 by crf341Stole the idea from Meanmrmustard:
Sort by song title:
-First Song: #9 Dream- John Lennon
- Last Song: Zoot Suit- The High Numbers
Sort by time:
- Shortest Song: Bag O' Nails- The Who 0:05
- Longest Song: Cassandra Gemini- The Mars Volta 31:42
Sort by album:
-First Song: Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue- Duke Ellington
-Last Song: Go Go Girl-
Top 10 Most Played Songs:
1. Wicked Messenger- Bob Dylan
2. Weightless Again- The Handsome Family
3. I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine- Bob Dylan
4. You Stole My Love- The Mockingbirds
5. Lover Come Back- Ella Fitzgerald
6. You Ain't Goin Nowhere- Bob Dylan
7. Cent Help Lovin Dat Man- Billie Holdiay
8. Greenback Dollar- Kingston Trio
9. They Are All in Love- The Who
10. The Real Me- The Who
First five songs that comes up on Shuffle:
1. Carol- The Rolling Stones
2. Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me- Elton John
3. 4th Time Around- Bob Dylan
4. Hyacinth House- The Doors
5. Steppin' Out- John Mayall
"Sex", How many songs come up?: 6