23 Ene 2010, 7:59 de pessimysticaAhhh, the early 90s... before cds started to take over, & before I even had access to MTV, you know you were addicted to waiting until a good song came on the radio in the early 90s & pressed RECORD on that outdated thing called the tape player ;-) I might add that i was usually playing Nintendo while listening to these when i probably should've been doing homework *grin*... &/or (God forbid) riding the darn school bus & listening to my WALKMAN!!! bahaha... Here're some of my favorites (in no particular order) that i eventually replaced with mp3s. These songs are still special to me cuz unlike downloading anything at your finger tips these days, you actually got to know individual songs a lot better & grew attached to them. I never grew tired of them, unlike too many overplayed radio singles that (mostly) aren't listed here. This isn't necessarily 1 of those "oh yah, i used to really like this song" moments... I still like these songs. It ain't nostalgic if you never left ;-)
9 Nov 2009, 15:57 de Vagrant1977For the first time in the history of the VAT 3, a theme was included! Everbody had to bring a song from the year 1991, a very good music year with many classics released (Metallica - Black Album, Guns 'N Roses - Use Your Illusion I & II, Pearl Jam - Ten, U2 - Achtung Baby etc.). It was a great way to get a good view of the year 1991 and a good start of the VAT 3 themes! They will definitely will return in the next editions! :-).
10 people were participating: Chris Z, Tim, Sarah, Mitch, Moniek, Wesley, Susan, Chris K, Eric and Sander, with the last two debuting!
Round 1 (1991)
001) Soon - My Bloody Valentine (CZ)
002) Motown Philly - Boyz II Men (ERI)
003) Man in the Box - Alice In Chains (TIM)
004) One Way - The Levellers (SAR)
005) Move Any Mountain - The Shamen (MIT)
006) Analogue Bubblebath - AFX (MON)
007) Better Than You - Swans (WES)
008) I Am One - The Smashing Pumpkins (SUS)
009) The Sickening Dwell - Asphyx (CK)
28 Abr 2008, 16:41 de stephthorpeuksee this thread for the reason why:
but the track (the supposedly correct and true track) is:
The Shamen - Move Any Mountain
from Bez's Madchester Anthems, a bargain in HMV!
(and again i'd forgotten i was about to cross the mark, so it was a true representation of what i wanted to listen to.)
25 Jun 2007, 20:34 de pittmeisterBlue Monday
Lust For Life
Move Any Mountain
Hey Boy Hey Girl
Killing in the Name
Smack My Bitch Up
Bullet With Butterfly Wings
1) Blue monday - New Order
2) Lust for life - Iggy Pop
3) Move any mountain (Progen 91) - Shamen
4) Hey boy hey girl - Chemical Brothers
5) Killing in the name of - Rage against the machine
6) Smack my bitch up - the Prodigy
7) Three days - Jane's addiction
5 May 2007, 23:19 de iqbalmsI bought this tape at a budget bin at a store in KK, Sabah, I think. It turned out to be a pretty cool album!
Electronica, a lot of synth and thumping bass. Can't say much about the singers. Brits just can't rap or sing if they can't loose their accent. Look at EMF and their song "Unbelievable"
My favourite track is "Move Any Mountain" from the album 'En-Tact'
The song on the album reminds me of :-
a) Being a hardass
b) Hacking computers and BBS systems
c) Playing loads of games
d) Smoking pot (er!)
e) My friend - Nik Nazry (crazy dude!)
f) The PC demoscene
Listen to their tracks below:
- Move Any Mountain
- Phorever People
- Boss Drum
- Space Time
Watch the crummy video: