25 août 2014, 8h04m par sco703
2 mai 2012, 3h28m par RadioKaKaSee also: Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of all time (2010 Edition)
Rank (2012/E) Year Artist – Album (featuring the highest-ranking track on the list of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of all time, if it includes)
1 1967 The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, featuring "A Day in the Life"
2 1966 The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds, featuring "God Only Knows"
3 1966 The Beatles – Revolver, featuring "Eleanor Rigby"
4 1965 Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited, featuring "Like a Rolling Stone"
5 1965 The Beatles – Rubber Soul, featuring "In My Life"
6 1971 Marvin Gaye – What's Going On, featuring "What's Going On"
7 1972 The Rolling Stones – Exile on Main Street, featuring "Tumbling Dice"
8 1979 The Clash – London Calling, featuring "London Calling"
9 1966 Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde, featuring "Just Like a Woman"
10 1968 The Beatles – The Beatles, featuring "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
9 fév. 2012, 1h17m par CioffDogg
8 fév. 2012, 19h21m par CioffDogg1/10:
Such A Shame (feat. Lzzy Hale) (Digital Download - Song)
Won't Let Go (feat. Lzzy Hale) (Digital Download - Song)
Like a Rolling Stone (Digital Download - Song)
The Times They Are A-Changin' (Digital Download - Song)
Losing My Religion (Digital Download - Song)
Time Machine (CD)
Beyond Magnetic (CD)
The Extremist (CD)
Archives, Vol. 4 (CD)
Without Me (Digital Download - Song)
The Moon and I (Digital Download - Song)
Speed (Digital Download - Song)
Underground Garden (Digital Download - Song)
The Burning Bush (Digital Download - Song)
The Bodhi Tree (Digital Download - Song)
Blues For Dust (Digital Download - Song)
This Quiet Night (CD)
Live In London (Digital Download - Album)
Live At Budokan (CD)
Fire & Ice (CD)
Chicken Noodles II (CD)
Live in Paris: I Just Wanna Rock (CD)
Vapor Trails (CD)
Metropolis Pt. II: Scenes From A Memory (CD)
25 sept. 2011, 21h43m par iSkiapodInsanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.
Albert Einstein, (attributed)
US (German-born) physicist (1879 - 1955)
What does it mean when you do the same thing over and over again and you GET different results?
I mostly listen on iPod, scrobbling every two or three days. Recently I have been getting some odd results. Friday's scrobble was a total success. Since then I have listened to 101 tracks on ten albums. Only 75 tracks scrobbled leaving me to resort to Universal Scrobbler to scrobble the remainder:
Dark Side of the Moon
The Civil Surface
Let's see what happens next time
27 Sep 2011, 22:30 - 256 Plays - 38 Albums - 254 Scrobbles.
As the two tracks not scrobbled are less than 30 Secs - I'll call that a PASS!
Walking the Dog
28 Sep 2011, 22:45 - 87 Plays - 14 Albums - 19 Scrobbles. (21.8%)
Ipod plays were interrupted by listing to Computer vs. Banjo on Grooveshark. Could that have upset things?
12 août 2010, 14h32m par Oniren
28 juin 2010, 19h11m par sco703
9 avr. 2010, 22h24m par cbecrad1977
5: TIE: Linda Ronstadt - Simple Dreams/ABBA - Arrival
I had to do a tie here. I just couldn't choose which of these I liked better. Linda's album Simple Dreams was probably her most successful. It includes "Blue Bayou", and other well-known covers such as Buddy Holly's "It's So Easy" and The Rolling Stones' "Tumbling Dice". I also love the Warren Zevon songs "Carmelita" and "Poor Poor Pitiful Me."
As for the ABBA Arrival album, this is the one that includes their biggest and most well-known hit "Dancing Queen". But take that away, and I still love this album. It includes one of my favorites "When I Kissed The Teacher", as well as "Knowing Me, Knowing You" and "Money, Money, Money". I also love the song "Tiger". …
5 août 2009, 4h12m par sam_sgtpepper67
24 fév. 2009, 6h33m par erysheThink of 20 albums that had such a profound effect on you that they changed your life or the way you looked at it. They sucked you in and took you over for days, weeks, months, or years. These are the albums that you can use to identify time, places, people, and emotions. In no particular order.
1. Beatles "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" I was young, and my taste in music tended to be on the cheesy mainstream side. I was fully aware of the Beatles, and I was a big fan of the animated "Yellow Submarine." I can still recite the movie pretty much from beginning to end. But one Christmas I asked for the Sgt. Pepper album. The SOUNDTRACK to the movie. The one that had the Bee Gees & Peter Frampton singing the Beatles songs. Yeah, seriously. So my clueless father, got me the Beatles LP. I was so disappointed. I did get the soundtrack from that horrible movie, but eventually, I came to really prefer the Beatles one. My father inadvertently did good (my father as a father is a long story) that day.