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23 août 2013, 7h06m par JessieOnTheMoon
26 avr. 2013, 8h57m par Arihyoshi13ABBA
Greatest Hits - The Ultimate Collection
Keep The Faith
What About Now
Totem Leśnych Ludzi
The Real Elvis: The Ultimate Elvis Presley Collection
The Open Door
Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
American Idiot Disc 1
Mów mi dobrze
Flaki z olejem
Kieł we łbie
A Thousand Suns
Live in Texas
The High End Of Low
Platynowa kolekcja: Złote przeboje
Dowód Rzeczowy Nr 2
I'm Not Dead
System Of A Down
The Pretty Reckless
Light Me Up
Beyond Hell/Above Heaven
12 mars 2013, 12h03m par captcrash83Here’s my main issue with Bon Jovi’s twelfth studio album, What About Now. There are several moments where I am left scratching my head over either the musical composition of the songs or the lyrical content. There are very few instances where they both come together to form a cohesive whole.
That’s not to say that I dislike the album. The first track and single, “Because We Can,” is exactly what one expects from Bon Jovi these days. It’s catchy, sounds good when played loud and has a defiant “us against the world” attitude. As a single, the band has done much worse. You hear the chorus once and you swear you know it already. It worms its way into your head and stays there, for better or worse. However, that’s what a good pop song is supposed to do. While it doesn’t break any new ground, “Because We Can” offers a solid glimpse into the rest of the album.
Make no mistake; What About Now is a pop album through and through. There are few, if any, moments that stand out as rock as it’s defined today. …
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11 mai 2011, 19h29m par CadsuaneSedaiTHIS LIST IS A WORK IN PROGRESS
OK, so these are the albums I own. I have been collecting music for years... and have inherited a lot from other family members. I will start with CDs, but may also add in the albums on vinyl and cassettes (wow, remember them?!)
They will be mostly older names, names from 80s and 90s with a few "modern" artists here and there. Yes! Yes! I know I need to branch out a bit more from the mainstream. That would be nice but I don't have as much money to spend these days. Not like I did when I was 18 / 19 / 20, when money grew on trees. :s
OK, here we go....
A | How Ace Are Buildings | Hi-Fi Serious | Teen Dance Ordinance
a-ha | Hunting High and Low | Scoundrel Days | Stay on These Roads
AFI | Sing the Sorrow | Decemberunderground
ABBA | Romance
Adam & The Ants | Dirk Wears White Sox
11 mai 2010, 7h40m par timmyc1983#5 So Far So Good - Bryan Adams
I think Bryan Adams is under rated, and i am probably guilty of not listening enough too. Number 5 partly because it's greatest hits compilation as well as having new tracks on it.
#4 Janet - Janet Jackson
Another under rated musician, i think everyone gets caught up with Michael Jackson and forgets he has a talented sister. A few good tracks on this one, If and That's the Way Love Goes are my favorites.
#3 Zooropa - U2
U2 seem to be rather timeless (aside from their latest flop). Some good tunes on this one, the best are Numb and Stay (Faraway, So Close).
#2 Keep The Faith - Bon Jovi
Title track Keep the Faith the highlight on this one for mine, and if i remember rightly i couldn't stop playing it for quite some time. Bed Of Roses is also a good tune.
27 oct. 2009, 23h44m par rsmorais