25 Aug 2009, 07:22 by Horned_ReaperWhat Your Soul Sings — волшебно
22 Jul 2008, 05:47 by jk_2k
Т.к. все тысячные за нас теперь
считают в автоматическом режиме,
сюда теперь попадают именно те треки,
которые я захотел отметить сам.
Lissn All -> http://i256.photobucket.com/albums/hh164/jk_2k/Music/p534b.jpg
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1 Mar 2007, 01:29 by Otacons_NachosI'll just say this right here and now. It's very hard to pick just 10 songs from one of my favorite Bands ever.
10. What Your Soul Sings - One of the more relaxing and chilling songs by Massive Attack. Definitely something to hear in the morning.
9. Spying Glass - Absolutely one of the best songs off Protection. It has a nice electronic/reggae sound going for it.
8. Five Man Army - One of the best hip-hop songs ever. Nice Lyrics as well.
7. Group Four - It's one of the more dark and chilling songs, and some of the amazing vocals by Elizabeth Fraser in Mezzanine.
6. Karmacoma - The beat is what keeps me from always hearing this song over and over. Jamaica' Aroma...
5. False Flags - One of their latest and greatest. Amazing Outro and good use of sampling. The Video is beautiful as well.
4. Be Thankful for What You Got - One of the greatest covers ever. They successfully covered a song and still made it fresh and new.
22 Oct 2006, 13:25 by randomsasha
17 Oct 2006, 17:25 by CrackmanJesusThere are plenty of songs that you think are great but do they stand the test of time?
Pick your favourite song from each of your top 10 artists and put them in a playlist.
Listen through the playlist once a day.
When you feel you've got bored of a song, remove it from the list.
Rinse and repeat until only one song remains. This is the song that best stands the test of time.
Keep a record of how many days each song lasts for reference.
If after 100 days there is more than 1 song left, call it a draw! Any song that lasts that long deserves some recigniton!
This idea was thought up by me and NGBahamut.
2. Everything's Ruined
3. Take the Time
4. Suburban Me
6. What Your Soul Sings
8. The Delaney
9. Burnin' for You
10. The Crowing
Nine Inch NailsFaith No MoreDream TheaterIn FlamesA Perfect CircleMASSIVE…
30 Apr 2006, 10:07 by The DudeUne Sinead éthérée cherche une échapatoire par dessus l'atmospehère rythmique à la fois oppressante et aérienne, c'est le paradoxe de Massive attack... Envoutant.What Your Soul Sings
16 Jan 2006, 20:40 by stringfellowBeats & Treats - The follow up to Beautiful Voices (http://www.last.fm/user/stringfellow/journal/2006/01/16/60210/), starting similarly but moving to more of a trip-hop feel... and ending with a random happy track.
Emiliana Torrini: Serenade
Norah Jones: Don't Know Why
Sixpence None the Richer: Love
Emiliana Torrini: Sunny Road
Madeleine Peyroux: J'Ai Deux Amours
Lamb: Gabriel (Nellee Hooper mix)
Emiliana Torrini: Lifesaver
Sixpence None the Richer: Kiss Me
Emiliana Torrini: To be Freen
Massive Attack: What Your Soul Sings
Portishead: Glory Box
Massive Attack: Teardrop
Zero 7: Speed Dial No2
Portishead: Sour Times
Sneaker Pimps: 6 Underground (Nellee Hooper edit)
Massive Attack: Unfinished Sympathy
Orbital: Halcyon & On & On
Supergrass: Seen the Light
This playlist ends badly :P Supergrass shouldnt be anywhere near it. Oh Well, we live and learn.
16 Jan 2006, 10:48 by stringfellowIts funny how we can forget some of the things that we once loved so much.
Thats possibly a little melodramatic for this post but still:
I used to listen to this track all the time and I havent for a long time. Listened to it last night and realised just why I love it so much; not just the tune, the stunning way the bass and treble contrast in a way that only trip-hop and certain drum and bass tracks seem to achieve; but the lyrics.
The lyrics are a reminder that our intuition is generally correct, perhaps that there is a more spiritual side to us all that guides us, that we needn't dwell on that whih makes us sad, and generally, not to let other people sh*t on us. Well thats how I read it anyway.
So, Massive Attack - What Your Soul Sings:
Don't be afraid
Open your mouth and say
Say what your soul sings to you
Your mind can never change
Unless you ask it to
The thoughts that make you blue
The things that bring you down
Only do harm to you
So make your choice joy