26 Jan 2010, 01:23 by fontikos
21 Jan 2010, 18:36 by AliGuz1. Lately
2. Make It So ft. Michael Johnson
4. It's All In Your Mind
5. Everything Reminds Me Of Her
6. Love Comes Close
7. Stuck on Repeat
8. You, Appearing
9. Fashion Is Danger
10.It Ain't Gonna Save Me
12.Night Of Broken Glass
13.Written In Reverse
15.False Jesii Part 2
16.Feel It In My Bones (feat. Tegan & Sara)
18.Lose My Breath
20.None Shall Pass
21.I Got A Man
22.Packt Like Sardines In A Crushd Tin Box
28.He Hit Me (And It Felt Like A Kiss)
29.Baby, We'll Be Fine
8 Jul 2009, 04:43 by SleeplessinBtaDice el jueguito: "Bueno, la dinámica consiste en listar 5 canciones -si se desea en orden o sin orden- que por alguna razón resultan efectivas a la hora de generar/crear alguna cosa -trabajos finales, poemas de amor, dibujos, coreografías para ducha... lo que se le ocurra-."
¡Hay más de cinco! (muchas más)... esta es sólo una pequeña muestra:
(1) Esta me sirve para generar llanto abundante -uno no sabe cuándo puede ser necesario-:
(2) Para bailar por toda la casa, sonreír y generar buen ánimo:
(3) Creación de esperanza más o menos fugaz y loop en Itunes :
Let My Love Open The Door
(4) Tratamiento anti-rábico (anger management a través de euforia corporal, especialmente de tipo cabecil y patil):
(5) De esta categoría hay muchas, listo una de ellas. Para la creación literaria:
24 Feb 2009, 00:12 by AliGuz1. You, Appearing
2. evelopes another day
3. Auburn and Ivory
4. Peligroso Pop
5. Ways to Make It Through the Wall
7. I Was Born (A Unicorn)
8. La Ley Del Retiro
11.La La Love You
13.Stars and Sons
14.Me & Mary
16.We Are your Friends (reprise)
17.I Got This Down
20.Polite Dance Song
25.No Man's Land
26.More Than You Know (Jazzeem's Throwback Remix)
27.Wake Up Dreamer
20 Dec 2008, 12:31 by jheiselI've long made the argument that in the case of the Violent Femmes, there are only two albums you need: their self-titled debut, and Add It Up (1981-1993), their best of. In high school I listened to this best of so much, that coming back to it now is like revisiting an old friend. I know every song on here by heart, and could play the entire record in my head with no problems. Listening to this just reminds me of how great that first LP was, and since my copy is on vinyl in my parents' basement (one night at college, after having a bit too much to drink, the LP slipped out of my hands as I was turning sides, and in a frantic effort to catch it before it hit the ground, I scratched side one, effectively ruining half of this band's best record. Then I wrote about that incident as an intro to a campus newspaper review of whatever the Femmes' current album was, and their lame-ass editorial staff removed the part about me being drunk, making it look as if I was just some sort of jackass who…
11 Jul 2008, 00:55 by viker1. How did you get into 31?
Magnolia Electric Co.
It wasn't until 2007 when the band released Sojourner. I had liked some of what I'd heard from Songs:Ohia and thought I'd give this a shot too. Despite liking Sojourner pretty well, I still haven't dug much into their back catalog.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Probably Chelsea Hotel. Or Hallelujah - though I don't know if it was his version or not.
3. What's your favourite lyric by 29?
Meh, I dunno.
"And when the broken hearted people
Living in the world agree,
There will be an answer, Let It Be."
4. What is your favourite album by 49?
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Physically? Zero. Digital? I think 12.
6. What is your favourite song by 50?
7. Is there a song by 4 that makes you sad?
Definitely. A Change Is Gonna Come - there is so much emotion in his…
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. …
6 May 2008, 14:46 by colourofsleepOK! First up, because I tend to listen to whole albums and artists more than individual songs, we have a bit of a tie situation going on... actually, a major tie situation going on. So I'll separate said songs with which song I like better, obviously. And there'll be artists repeated all over the place, sorry.
1. How does 2 make you feel?
A little bit mental, to be honest.
2. To whom would you sing/play 24?
To someone that wants to have a fucking good time. Oh, to be able to play anything close to that sax freak-out.
3. Is there a way 15 could make you happy?
Gimme The Car
Haha, it's funny. Violent Femmes, kinda happy in a bittersweet way.
4. Would you dance to 25?
Hell yeah! I have on the odd occasion. That is an incredibly danceable song.
5. What's the best thing about 8?
Everything really, it's a pretty complete package. I do love the way the intro builds up to the song…
5 Feb 2008, 06:30 by bound2rambleArcade Fire 23rd January, 2008.
There's a reason why Arcade Fire is hailed by many as the best live act of today. That reason, I found out a couple of weeks ago, is because they are.
Spoon, whom many people were there to see as much as Arcade Fire, played a one hour set, and a damn good one at that. They're an extremely talented band, it was a very tight performance, they played very well. I do love it when we have excellent luck with support bands at gigs. Although, they were all pretty much co-headliners. Spoon were really great, I wouldn't mind at all seeing them again.
Arcade Fire, however, blew the entire audience away. A blues backing track welcomed them onto the stage with an audience filled with applause, anticipation, and excitement. I'd say that with the band having such excellent live reviews, everyone had quite high expectations of this show. My goodness, did they deliver. The full ten-piece touring band walked onto the stage, Win gave a little hello, and they burst straight into Wake Up…
27 Jan 2008, 00:54 by agentninetynine(http://reel-around-the-fountain.blogspot.com)
I'm not sure I can accurately express just how fantastic Arcade Fire are as a live band, there is one thing to say though, that their live show is epic. Waiting in line for the front section of the Enmore was completely worth it (and it wasn't exactly that long of a wait), we ended up with a spot in the front row, which intensified the whole performance. Kudos goes out to Spoon. Normally, I would be incredibly excited about seeing Spoon, but the anticipation of Arcade was just too much and I regret to say I didn't pay a great deal of attention to them. Disappointed also at the lack of Sister Jack, Monsiuer Valentine, Anything You Want. I have to say, though, The Underdog and Don't You Evah were such great songs live.
Arcade, what can I say. Absolutely engaging from beginning to end, diverse set, would have swapped I'm Sleeping in a Submarine for Tuesday's Headlights Look Like Diamonds but I really have no reason to complain. …