• Jaguara Joe neste sábado!

    1 Apr 2008, 16:28 by blakkaxe

    Jaguara Joe

    Jaguara Joe e os Guniras Amestrados encontram Ladrão de Bode sábado a noite em Palhoça

    A noite do próximo sábado, 05 de abril, vai ser marcada pelo encontro inusitado entre o carisma de hits das décadas de 80 e 90 tocados pela banda Jaguara Joe e os Guniras Amestrados com o hardcore do grupo Ladrão de Bode. O show será no Bar do Professor, no Centro de Palhoça, e está marcado para às 23h.

    O Ladrão de bode abre a festa prometendo agitar o público com covers de NOFX, Offspring e Pennywise, além de músicas próprias. Logo depois, o Jaguara Joe e os Guniras Amestrados - alter ego do grupo thrash metal Blakk Market - mantém o elemento "festinha" em versões ligeiramente mais pesadas de sucessos de Erasure, Billy Idol, Glenn Frey, Offspring, Alphaville, George Michael, Monaco, Spy vs. Spy, Kenny Loggins e Men at Work, passando por Ramones, Mötorhead e Rammstein.

    O quê: Jaguara Joe e os Guniras Amestrados + Ladrão de Bode
  • Karaoke

    4 Feb 2008, 22:45 by TulsaMJ

    I heard Centerfold on the radio a few days ago and it reminded me of a time that I sang it at a karaoke party. I wanted to sing it because it's a fun up-tempo party song and I hoped everyone would sing along, but then they didn't. Plus, the last verse is really RACY and I didn't realize just HOW racy until I saw the words on the monitor! How embarrasing!

    Since then I've become wiser. I actually have a list of songs that I might be able to perform reasonably well in a karaoke context. That is, if I had my list actually WITH me instead of on Netvibes...

    One Thing - Finger Eleven
    Money for Nothing - Dire Straits
    Everybody Wants to Rule the World - Tears for Fears
    Ghostbusters - Ray Parker Jr.
    Who Can It Be Now? - Men at Work
    The Heat Is On - Glenn Frey
    Always Something There To Remind Me - Naked Eyes
    Fly Away - Lenny Kravitz
    In the Air Tonight and One More Night - Phil Collins
  • another cool one

    6 Dec 2006, 02:32 by goldeneye2131

    Put your Media Player on shuffle. The song is the answer.
    The next time you stand up in front of a group of people, you'll say:
    Song: Stop The World
    Artist: The Clash
    Comment: not that we could really stop the world...

    Your favorite thing to say when drunk is:
    Song: Shelter From The Storm
    Artist: Bob Dylan
    Comment: considering I've never been drunk, there's a chance...

    Your message to the world:
    Song: Something About The Way You Look Tonight
    Artist: Elton John
    Comment: Either I look really good or everyone else does...(well, it doesn't exactly indicate that it is a good thing)

    Your deepest secret:
    Song: I'm Down
    Artist: The Hollies
    Comment: It's true...I'm always down, because I wish I was playing baseball all the time instead of doing work.

    Your innermost desire:
    Song: Break It Up
    Artist: Foreigner
    Comment: Nothing can be complete/together, I just want to break it all up!!

    Somewhere in your wedding vows, you'll include:
    Song: Paperback Writer
    Artist: The Beatles
  • On this day...

    6 Nov 2006, 11:41 by musica23

    Original member of Eagles and sometime solo artist Glenn Frey was born in Detroit, MI in 1948.

    Lead vocalist for Living Colour Corey Glover was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1964.

    Original drummer for The New York Dolls Billy Murcia died while on the band's first tour of England in 1972. After mixing alcohol and drugs, he reportedly choked to death in the bath as coffee was being forced down his throat. His replacement was the late Jerry Nolan. Billy Murcia was 21 years old.
  • November 6th: Born on this day

    6 Nov 2006, 11:09 by tenderbranson69

  • 19 October 2006 : Entry 31

    19 Oct 2006, 17:49 by St_Zartan

    It feels like ages since I wrote the last Compact Disc Source roundup--it's only been a month, give or take a few days, but good lord, it's been one hell of a month here at the library. Did you know that I am actually an Authority Figure at the library? Well, heaven help us, it's actually true, even if I supervise all of three people and my supervisory role is more or less approving sick leave and delivering bad news. And! One of my people had a Bad Attitude towards work, in that she considered some of her tasks to be beneath her, somehow, which is I suppose a little baffling because it's not exactly as though the very modest demands we made of her were tearing her away from great works of literature or anything, if you follow what I'm saying, here. She was a bit of a complainer and, in the style of your favorite folktales, she complained all day and all night until the moon a Very Very Important Authority Figure heard her cries and said, well, okay, if you're so unhappy...

  • Calexico Rocks Headliners (Louisville, KY)

    4 Oct 2006, 13:33 by ruzel

    My sister's birthday present to me was two tickets to catch Calexico at Headliners in Louisville. That officially rates as the furtherest I have ever driven for any band (8 hours). It was worth every minute. The funny thing was, we had no idea what Calexico looked like and we weren't sure if there was an opening band. So for about fifteen minutes we were debating whether the opening band was Calexico or not. They had a not disimilar instrumentation and a kind of alt-country sound, but in the end it was not them.

    And Boy could you tell the difference when Calexico did take the stage. I'll leave the opening band's name out so as not to insult them. They were a good band, clearly talented. They're production just wasn't solid. When Calexico came out they soaked the audience in sound. Joey Burns voice is strong. He actually reminded me of a young Glen Fry--which I suppose is not all that unusual if you consider Calexico's sound to be that of a south of the border Eagles (which I do).
  • Another my pants.

    1 Sep 2006, 07:43 by strangelove88

    Set your media player/Itunes on shuffle and put the first fifteen song names + in my pants.

    Snarky commentary optional, lol.

    1. I Don't Wanna Cry In My Pants (Mariah Carey)
    2. Somebody In My Pants (Depeche Mode)
    ooh, wonder who!
    3. Running Through The Garden In My Pants (Fleetwood Mac)
    I hope they don't get dirty. :p
    4. Round & Round In My Pants (New Order)
    5. Jimmy Mack In My Pants (Sheena Easton)
    6. Vertigo (Do The Demolition) In My Pants (Duran Duran)
    7. Who Do You Think You Are In My Pants? (Spice Girls)
    lmao at that one...
    8. Rhythm Is Gonna Get You In My Pants (Gloria Estefan)
    *snark snark*
    9. Pon De Replay In My Pants (Rihanna)
    10. Where Have All The Cowboys Gone? In My Pants (Paula Cole)
    lmao, a question-and-answer song if I ever saw one.
    11. I Feel The Earth Move In My Pants (Martika)
    *insert necessary jokes here*
    12. Dress You Up In My Pants (Madonna)
    that's vaguely ironic... and surprisingly fitting!