• Name Songs - W

    Jul 7 2011, 18h28 por name-songs

    names in songs starting with w

    waldemar
    Zarah Leander – Er heißt waldemar

    wallace
    Vic Chesnutt – Wallace Stevens

    wendy
    Concrete Blonde – Tomorrow, Wendy

    wilhelm
    James Blake – The Wilhelm Scream

    will
    Klaus Badelt – Will And Elizabeth
    Joshua Radin – Everything'll Be Alright (Will's Lullaby)

    willli
    Reinhard Mey – Bei Ilse Und Willi Auf'M Land

    william
    Trevor Morris – William Approaches
    Like a Stuntman – Wake Up William Blake
    Sibylle Baier – William
    The Smiths – William, It Was Really Nothing
    Grace Jones – Williams' Blood
  • Female Rock - 1978-2000's

    Mai 3 2010, 19h55 por pessimystica

    Rock has obviously been dominated by male vocals, so most of the bands i listen to have male vocalists. But here are some of my all-time favorites... these include mostly singles, songs that have a video that may or may not have gotten much airplay, & many that you see normally on Karaoke lists that i love to sing... along with many others i'd luv to see at karaoke (they really need more Siouxsie & Concrete Blonde!!). They're listed basically in chronological order. There won't be nearly as many 2000's songs listed as there are 90s, sadly... it seems to have stopped there for alternative rock.

    1980s

    Blondie - Heart of Glass
    The Pretenders - Brass in Pocket
    The Pretenders - Tattooed Love Boys
    Joan Jett - Do You Wanna Touch Me
    Joan Jett - I Love Rock n Roll
    The Pretenders - Message of Love
    The Pretenders - I Go To Sleep
    The Pretenders - Talk of the Town
    Siouxsie and the Banshees - Sin in My Heart
    Siouxsie & the Banshees - Spellbound
  • 15 Flawless Albums

    Jun 11 2007, 0h29 por magicmaid

    This will be my first journal entry, and I thought it was a good way to start off. Blatently stolen from the latest group I just joined, Born in 1971 and posted by robertc64.
    Which albums out there are, in your opinion, flawless? This means that every single track is decent and you can listen to every track individually and they sound good or you can listen to the album all the way through and it sounds great.

    I'm going to attempt NOT to cheat and use greatest hits...so wish me luck.

    Bloodletting I fell in love with Concrete Blonde when I discovered this in college. I listened to this over and over, all the way through. I never skipped a single track. I think Tomorrow, Wendy is my favourite track, but it's hard to pick.

    Full Moon Fever MAN. I Labsolutely adored this, I had this on cassette and then finally got it on cd....so was amused by the "Hello CD listeners" snippet. I can't pick a favourite, but two to check out are Yer So Bad and Love Is A Long Road.