20 Abr 2010, 15:45 de Vaughny
28 Dic 2009, 15:51 de s_e_aTotal Songs Listened: 273865
Unique Tracks Listened (UTL): 35418
Song Repetition Index (SRI): 7.732
Recommended Songs (sorted by most recommended songs)
Long Way to Happy : P!nk (Score = 196.05)
The Saints Are Coming : U2 and Green Day (Score = 126.26)
Tangled Up In Me : Skye Sweetnam (Score = 108.86)
Find My Way Back To My Heart : Alison Krauss (Score = 100)
Godspell : The Cardigans (Score = 100)
Bloodless Freak : Thomas Newman (Score = 100)
Potential Breakup Song : Aly &Amp; Aj (Score = 99.03)
Runaway : P!nk (Score = 98.54)
Power of Denial : Thomas Newman (Score = 97.91)
I Can Let Go Now : Alison Krauss (Score = 96.64)
Stranger In A Strange Land : U2 (Score = 95.63)
Good to Be Gone : Sugababes (Score = 95.2)
I Don't Want to Wait : Paula Cole (Score = 94.52)
Just a Girl : No Doubt (Score = 91.45)
Save My Life : Pink (Score = 90.02)
27 Jul 2009, 0:01 de fabbberSome lyrics that is REALLY AWESOME.
Algumas das letras mais fodas que conheço. Em português, a do Cólera arrebenta!
D-Sailors - ...But Happy
People define themselves
Over the things that they do in their lifes
Some are satisfied and some are not
Everyone take their part in society
And right now you are the audience
And we are the band
You criticize our liyrics and music
You tell us we are no punk rock band
You don't like us because of our haircuts
And you complain about our name
You think you heard all kind of music
And you can classify everything
But we won't fit in your system
'cause that's what we call wrong
You have no ideia
What this music means to us
This is part of our lives
We are no prodigies
we are no poets
We are no ignorants
We are not stupid
So listen very closely,
Maybe read between the line
Or celebrate this night with us
We're sick of, being pingeonholed
We're sick of, being compared
3 Ene 2009, 20:14 de neeshThese albums have shaped me into the wide-ranged aficionado I am today. I grew up in a household with my ma who came to the US from the Caribbean as a young woman in the late 60's (she's a fan of Elvis Presley and the Golden Oldies as well as Hindi/Bollywood tunes in addition to Trinidadian music, Norah Jones and appreciates anyone who's "got pipes on 'em") and two much older siblings. My brother was a house/club DJ so that shit was bumping constantly and is embedded in my brain. My sister was into R&B like Tevin Campbell, Jodeci and whatnot yet also smooth jazz. I was all about solo chick singers, Disney tunes, Show Tunes, Carnival music, salsa, merengue and dance hits from all eras (especially disco and club remixes of pop hits) until the fifth grade when I got my hands on Tragic Kingdom and Razorblade Suitcase. Thus began my foray into alternative rock, interrupted only for a brief moment when I became Bad Boy records obsessed as a tween. I first heard ... …
12 Dic 2008, 2:56 de neeshThis year I learned the titles of and artists behind many songs that have been replaying in my mind since my youth. I also spent a lot of time in the car and away from computer (oh noez!) so my charts aren't all that accurate. I've also had tons of computer issues. I've switched over my music library about three times and still haven't fully integrated it to my spiffy macbook. Hell, I'm still having issues with my machine.
Previous years: 2007 • 2006 • 2005
The musical act that dominated my ears and thoughts in 2008 would have to be The Eppard Brothers. I've been a huge fan of Josh Eppard and Joey Eppard separately for years. I listened to old bootlegs from when they used to perform together, but caught on too late to witness it for myself... until their live musical reunion on March 22nd.
What I knew would be a historic event turned into something I couldn't have ever in my wildest dreams fathomed. Josh used his acoustic kit and the Vic Firth Hot Rod sticks. …
7 Oct 2008, 2:53 de kscugrendel“Punk Rock Pariah” with Grendel
KSUB 89.1 FM
Monday, 6 October 2008, 6-8pm
Listen Monday Nights from 6-8pm at www.ksubseattle.org
Playlist for 6 October 2008
Common Market – Trouble Is
Ben Lazarus – Punk Rock Pariah Theme
Dateless – I Hate You
Dateless – Nobody Else
Groovie Ghoulies – Bye Bye Brain
Shut Up Donny – Does She?
Teenage Bottlerocket – Fall For Me
The Copyrights – Sleepwalker
The Eyeliners – That’s the Way it Goes
Chinese Telephones – Back To You Again
Jawbreaker – Indictment
Off With Their Heads – Go On Git Now
Outtaline – Mickey
The Steinways – I Wanna Kiss You (On the Lips)
Sandman the Rappin’ Cowboy – Go Bama Go
Dead to Me – Special Professional
Discount – Apostrophe
For Science – The Last Word
The Ergs! – Only Babies Cry (Paul Baribeau cover)
The Uglysticks – Pesky
The Dopamines – Beer Telescope
The Popsters – She Crosses My Mind
30 Jul 2008, 23:41 de xRakesh1. Who is your favorite artist?
Fuckfuckfuck... Tomas Kalnoky and everything he inhabits?
Streetlight Manifesto I guess. D:
2. Do you play an instrument? If so, what is it?
I play a lot of instruments... But mainly the guitar and bass! And I can sort of play the violin, saxophone, drums and piano.
3. Put your music player on shuffle. What are the first 5 songs that show up?
-'Zombies Vs. Robots' by The Flaming Tsunamis
-'Bad Girl' by Career Suicide
-'Together' by Youth of Today
-'Play the Game' by Evan Greer
-'Time to Heal' by Floorpunch
4. What genre do you find yourself listening to the most?
Punk, and it's many subgenres. Mostly crust and folk.
5. Name a song that gets you pumped.
KEY LIME PIEEEE! ...by AFI.
6. Name 3 bands you consider to be overrated.
Oh maaan, hahaha...
-Coldplay... Do I really need to explain this? Well, I find them horribly boring, and they, like Radiohead down there, seem to be at the top of every chart.
18 Abr 2008, 1:00 de kscugrendel"Punk Rock Pariah" with Grendel (with Special Guest Ben Lazarus)
Thursday, 17 April 2008, 4-6pm
Listen Thursday Afternoons from 4-6pm at www.ksubseattle.org
Playlist for 17 April 2008
Flight of the Conchords – Foux de Fafa
Lemuria – Wardrobe
No Use for a Name – Biggest Lie
Ben Lazarus – Punk Rock Pariah Theme Song
Ben Lazarus – Bein’ Around (Acoustic in Studio)
Ben Lazarus – Stacy’s Song (Acoustic in Studio)
Ben Lazarus – Why Do Fat Chicks Drive Small Cars (Acoustic in Studio)
Season of Nightmares – Voodoo Queen
Teenage Bottlerocket – In the Basement
Ben Lazarus – Lesbian Birthday Song (Acoustic in Studio)
Ben Lazarus – Methadone (Acoustic in Studio)
Masters, mates, and pilots – Get A Grip
Prince Fatty – Milk and Honey (feat. Hollie Cook)
Cobra Skulls – Cobra Skullifornia
Like Claws! – Loose Teeth Don’t Need Your Help
Anti-Flag – No Warning
Face to Face – Disappointed
Why? – A Sky For Shoeing Horse Under
Death Cab for Cutie – I Will Possess Your Heart
23 Mar 2008, 22:07 de knifflAfter seeing more than 348 different bands (Seen Live) there are still some bands i would like to experience and from time to time some new found musicians extend the list.
I just realized that i already saw 21 out of my top 25 artists and 39 of my top 50, which is pretty much, i guess :D
The reasons differ, some bands I would like to see because of their show, some because the music just means a lot to me and some because they just are Legends and it's something cool to tell your children one day "I saw Metallica!" (actually, by now, I saw them ;P):)
Andrew Jackson Jihad
Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution
Blood for Blood
Carved in Stone
The Cat Empire
1 Mar 2008, 15:26 de Jake71How mainstream are you?
Take your top 25 artists,
and find out how many listeners they have.
Big D and the Kids Table
Street Dogs 22,978
At the Drive-In 281,681
From Autumn To Ashes 149,513
The Mighty Mighty Bosstones 108,664
Raised Fist 34,976
Less Than Jake 193,474
Streetlight Manifesto 57,774
Mad Caddies 91,316
Snow Patrol 702,945
RX Bandits 46,990
The Arrogant Sons of Bitches 10,604
Coheed and Cambria 294,772