16 fév. 2015, 11h02m par esbartolo
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
30 mai 2010, 20h29m par you_may_say
29 jan. 2008, 8h06m par GAS0LINEIn no particular order...
Wasp Star (Apple Venus Volume II) by XTC
This is a great album. Different from a lot of other XTC stuff, but every song is catchy and fun to sing along to. The lyrics are interesting, and I think that this is a good album for summer! It's been one of my favourites for a very long time.
Room for Squares by John Mayer
My favourite album by him. The guitar is absolutely beautiful and I love how it seems like it's arranged pretty simply, but the more you listen, the more you notice the little things he's thrown in to make it interesting.
Harbor Lights by Bruce Hornsby
Mmm...I love the piano on this!!! He's a great musician and this album reminds me of the beach and good times. All of the songs are upbeat, even 'Talk of the town', which is about an interracial relationship and how crappy it is when people won't accept them. Hard to make a song about that fun to listen to, but he did it!
Hits by Joni Mitchell