Mai 30 2008, 15h24 por SchebbARN
Mar 22 2008, 0h17 por SchebbARN01. How did you get into 29?
Randomly downloaded I Am Not Afraid Of You And I Will Beat Your Ass after i read about it on a couple of end-of-the-year lists.
02. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Probably Extraordinary Machine.
03. What's your favorite lyric by 33?
You drop the first ten years just as fast as you can
And the next ten people who are trying to be polite
When you're blowing eighty-five days in the middle of France
Yeah, I know it gets tired only where are your friends tonight?
04. What is your favorite album by 49?
Begin to Hope
05. How many albums by 13 do you own?
One (not counting EPs; if so, then two).
06. What is your favorite song by 50?
07. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad?
08. What is your favorite song by 15?
Right now, Missed the Boat.
09. What is your favorite song by 5?
Um... Maybe Sparrow? Hold On, Hold On? I don't know...
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?
11. What is your favorite album by 40?
Jan 27 2008, 4h24 por jaime030387Bikini Kill - New Radio
Sleater-Kinney - I Wanna Be Your Joey Ramone
The Pink Spiders - Modern Swinger
The Format - Time Bomb
Camera Obscura - Let's Get Out of This Country
Belle & Sebastian - She's Losing It
The Aislers Set - Balloon Song
Regina Spektor - Us
annie stella - It's You
The New Pornographers - Twin Cinema
The Knife - Heartbeats
The Faint - Posed to Death
Peaches - The Inch
Stars - Look Up
Neko Case - Maybe Sparrow
Cat Power - The Moon
Joan Osborne - Lumina
Damien Rice - Amie
The Butchies - Your Love
Cat Power - I Found a Reason
Ray LaMontagne - Can I Stay
Tattle Tale - Glass Vase Cello Case
Nov 5 2007, 21h36 por shinobi0011 The Dandy Warhols 376
2 Bob Dylan 329
3 Oasis 317
4 Talking Heads 312
5 Radiohead 290
6 The Beatles 221
7 INXS 194
8 Arnold Schönberg 188
9 Gustav Mahler 187
10 Rilo Kiley 183
11 Ludwig van Beethoven 173
12 Bobby Baby 169
13 Pixies 156
14 Rogue Wave 152
15 The Smashing Pumpkins 139
16 The New Pornographers 135
17 Belly 107
18 Black Rebel Motorcycle Club 104
19 Sonic Youth 102
20 Robert Johnson 101
21 Yoko Kanno 99
22 Neko Case 95
23 Creedence Clearwater Revival 87
24 Nine Inch Nails 82
24 The Radio Dept. 82
26 The Flaming Lips 77
27 Robert Schumann 76
27 Scissor Sisters 76
29 Madonna 74
29 Björk 74
//Please note that Oasis should not be #3. It's just tat somebody got on my computer this week and listened to
Wonderwall like a zillion times.
1. How did you get into 21? (Yoko Kanno)
Ago 13 2007, 22h47 por bluenay21Sat 11 Aug – Rufus Wainwright, Neko Case, A Fine Frenzy
I'm sitting here attempting to write a good commentary on saturday night's gig, I am still recovering from the Texas heat, which took a toll on me and my already present cold (as in stuffed nose and sneezing, I know: who gets a cold in august?!). It was a 8 hour drive there (granted I wasn't the one driving...!). I know Stubb's is a "classic" for Austin shows, and it is the second time I've been there for a show in the summer... but this time around I'm afraid I wasn't quite prepared!
Still, I enjoyed it very much, my friends and I got there pretty early so we had a good spot right in the center in what you may refer to as "fourth row" (though as the night advanced we were either pushed forward or back), first up was A Fine Frenzy, this girl has a beautiful voice and wonderful piano-driven melodies, she only did five songs, which as I can remember included: Come On, Come Out, Rangers and Almost Lover…
Mai 3 2007, 5h08 por jaime030387
Fev 13 2007, 11h09 por destinationgirl
Dez 20 2006, 23h50 por medulaespinalThe top 25 songs of 2006, counting down all the way to #1.
It's the return of a mumbling,stumbling Eddie Vedder! But the track has enough muscle and bounce to stand out, and the melodies work. Plus it's great to see a video by these guys again. With the mess hovering above alternative rock these days, it's good to have a bit of regular insurance in these guys.
As straightfoward as a Mars Volta song will ever be. A strong riff guides the entire song as Omar and John Frusciante fill over it, Ikey puts some sick keyboard in the chorus, Juan and the now departe Jon Theodore lay out a smooth groove...so after all that Cedrix can drop his stream of lyrics all over the place. And it sounds like pure chaos and messed up insanity, but it still maintains a certain order. The second part of the song lays out another simple groove which the band takes with them and run.
23)Yo Era Tan Cool
An anthem here in the island, t-shirts all over the place. …
Dez 15 2006, 0h27 por maybeshewillgod bless california -- make way for the walmart
i hope they don't find you, tacoma...
i think i'm in love, or at least infatuated. it's finals week and Neko Case is all i listen to.
awesome songs include:
Margaret vs. Pauline
No Need To Cry
John Saw That Number
Thrice All American
it's different from what i usually listen to, sort of, but it kind of fits in. and i never would have listened to her music had it not been for this website. ha!
i wonder how long this obsession will last...
Out 10 2006, 23h07 por dryadicYeah Yeah Yeahs - Fever to Tell
Rilo Kiley - More Adventurous
Neko Case - Fox Confessor Brings the Flood
While I like Fever to Tell, I can't really get Fox Confessor out of my playlist. As embarassing as it sounds, I like the country-ish tune to it. Reminds me of my mother singing, I suppose, who is also enjoying the album. And while I'm not all bible-thumpin', I do think track John Saw That Number pretty much makes the album, as does Hold On, Hold On, and Maybe Sparrow. It's really been awhile since I enjoyed an album so much. It's refreshing.
The Sunset Tree and Lottery should be shipped to me by the end of the week. Joy joy.