7. Dez. 2011, 13:30 von JessieOnTheMoon
21. Okt. 2011, 18:06 von girlintheyhat1. How did you get into 29?
The Killers One of my closest friends kindly gave me Hot Fuss and I couldn't stop playing it. So many good tracks - Mr Brightside; All These Things That I've Done; Jenny Was a Friend of Mine.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Lifehouse Hanging by a Moment It was in ER, one of my favourite televisual things EVER.
3. What’s your favourite lyric by 33?
Damn, I don't have a 33, 32 is tied between Red Hot Chili Peppers and Céline Dion. OK, so, it would have to be: My heart, your skin, this love, I'm in... from Charlie and 'And in your eyes...I see ribbons of colour' from Falling Into You
4. What is your favourite album by 46?
Maxïmo Park Our Earthly Pleasures And a superb album it is. Particularly Nosebleed and Parisian Skies.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Rob Thomas Two, both his solo works: Cradlesong and Something to Be.
6. What is your favourite song by 50?
10. Dez. 2010, 15:58 von mffm
16. Jun. 2010, 15:45 von emicomWed 16 Jun – Train - The First Show In Japan
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(setlist) actually they played as bellow;
01 Parachute / Save Me, San Francisco
02 Get To Me / My Private Nation
03 Meet Virginia / Train
04 She's on Fire / Drops of Jupiter
05 I Got You / I Got You
06 When I Look To The Sky / My Private Nation
07 Calling All Angels / My Private Nation
08 Save Me, San Francisco / Save Me, San Francisco
09 Words / Save Me, San Francisco
10 It's about me / Drops of Jupiter
11 Marry Me / Save Me, San Francisco
12 If It's Love / Save Me, San Francisco
13 Hey, Soul Sister / Save Me, San Francisco
14 Drops of Jupiter / Drops of Jupiter
15 Dream On (Aerosmith cover)
28. Dez. 2009, 18:45 von marco78trainIt wasn't until the magazine I write for asked for my three favorite records of the decade that I realized that the zeros are going to end soon. I can hardly believe ten years have passed since the millennium bug failed to show up at New Year's Eve.
So much has happened in between. Many good things and some bad things, but always there was music. Great music.
For the magazine I had to limit myself to three records, but here I'd like to list twelve records that for me personally capture the decade between 2000 and 2010, musically. These are not necessarily what I consider the best records of the decade, but they are the ones that I love most.
In alphabetical order:
The Decemberists - Picaresque (2005)
Kathleen Edwards - Failer (2003)
Laïs - Douce Victime (2004)
Matchbox Twenty - Mad Season (2000)
Jason Mraz - Waiting for My Rocket to Come (2002)
Joanna Newsom - Ys (2006)
Beth Orton - Daybreaker (2002)
Josh Rouse - Nashville (2005)
20. Jan. 2007, 5:28 von CoreboweAs of 19th January 2007, I am in possession of exactly 100 artist albums! Now, you lucky lot, I'm going to list my collection so far! But first, a word about the sorts of albums I don't include in this list:
-Compilations (rules out about 20 CDs in my collection)
-Singles (rules out about 25 CDs in my collection)
-Soundtracks (rules out 3 CDs)
-Classical CDs (rules out 4)
-Dodgy foreign artist-compilations (rules out one such Roy Orbison collection)
-Unsigned bands (rules out 3 acts from my home town)
So as you can see, my entire compact disc collection is much more than 100, but my main concentration is on artist albums. And so here it is, in chronological order by original release date:
Steve's Album List
-The Velvet Underground & Nico
-Liege & Lief
-The Unforgettable Fire
-Stop Making Sense
-Welcome To The Beautiful South
-Shake Your Money Maker
22. Jul. 2006, 14:20 von marco78trainHello everyone, since I could not find a last.fm group dedicated to my favorite band, I decided to starte my own! I don't know exactly what you are supposed to do in a group like this, but I hope a lot of people will join!
I have decided to call this group Meet Virginia, because that's the song that got me into them.
Drops of Jupiter
My Private Nation
Drops of Jupiter
Calling All Angels
This Is Not Your Life
23. Apr. 2006, 14:28 von NajmiTrain’s fourth studio album For Me It's You, is the band follow up to 2003’s My Private Nation. Fortunately for Train they are able to avoid the pitfalls that marred their 2003 release, but they are not able to pull it together into a complete package. The album has a more relaxed and stripped down feel from their previous work, but that “feel” contributes to what, at times, seems more like generic mainstream music than the more unique sound Train as made for it self over the last eight years.
One of Train’s strong points, lyrically, has been the ability to weave specific everyday aspects of life in more ephemeral overarching themes. Case is point is the band’s most popular song “Drops of Jupiter” wherein mentions of Tae Bo and fired chicken seemed to fit seamlessly. However, on 2003’s My Private Nation, Train used a plethora of common day events to little effect. As the band sang about being cool like a “soda can on ice” and wishing they had “dance moves like Patrick Swayze” the…
16. Aug. 2005, 16:43 von NebelAfter three (major) studio albums, a live DVD and a (different) live album, I thought it was time for a little Best of Train. Well, at least my personal take on it:
1. Ramble On1
2. I Am2
5. Something More3
6. Sweet Rain1
7. All American Girl4
8. Following Rita4
9. My Private Nation4
10. Meet Virginia5(live)
11. Mississippi5 (live)
12. Getaway5 (live)
13. Heavy5 (live)
14. Save The Day6 (live)
15. Get To Me6 (live)
1) from Train - One and a half (1997)
2) from Train (1998)
3) from Drops of Jupiter (2001)
4) from My Private Nation (2003)
5) from Train - Midnight Moon (DVD, 2001)
6) from Alive at Last (2004)