1 Jan 2015, 03:27 by Vldmrhrnndz
1 Sep 2014, 00:05 by jdub_dubI recently hit 175,000 tracks (well, 176,642 tracks actually). For nostalgic reasons, I'll write down what my Last.fm profile is like right now, so I can see how my music tastes change in the next few months, as I reach 200k. I can already compare it to 150,000 tracks, 160,000 tracks and others.
Track #176,642: How Come?
Top 20 Artists
1. Nine Inch Nails - 15,537
2. Matt Uelmen - 12,306
3. Foo Fighters - 8,540
4. Jerry Martin - 7,293
5. Red Hot Chili Peppers - 6,033
6. Deftones - 4,796
7. Queens of the Stone Age - 4,785
8. System of a Down - 3,322
9. Radiohead - 3,156 - +1
10. Tool - 2,951 - -1
11. Shihad - 2,743
12. Opeth - 2,317
13. NOFX - 2,285
14. David Rippy & Stephen Rippy - 2,216
15. Pink Floyd - 2,000
16. Alexander Brandon - 1,977
17. Converge - 1,928 - +3
18. Marilyn Manson - 1,867 - -1
19. Meshuggah - 1,833 - NEW
20. Muse - 1,775 - -2
Kicked off since 160,000: Jamiroquai
Top 10 Tracks
1. Wilderness - 643 - +2
2. Rogue - 642 - -1
3. Sisters - 638 - -1
1 Jan 2013, 03:49 by Vldmrhrnndz
23 Oct 2010, 19:36 by Trentskers
28 Mar 2010, 20:10 by DarkPatiNine Inch Nails
1. Are you male or female?
2. Describe yourself?
3. How do you feel about yourself?
4. Describe what you are thinking right now?
We're in This Together
5. Describe the place you currently live.
6. If you could go anywhere, where would you go?
A Warm Place
7. Your best friend is?
Mr. Self Destruct
8. What would you ask for if you had just one wish?
You Know What You Are?
9. You know that:
10. What's the weather like?
Lights in the Sky
11. If your life was a television show, what would it be called?
Another Version of the Truth
12. What is life to you?
The Beginning of the End
13. What is the best advice you have to give?
No, You Don't
14. If you could change your name, what would you change it to?
The Great Destroyer
28 Nov 2009, 09:40 by DesertGypsy4This song has helped me through many nights of pain and heartache, and tonight is one of them. Sometimes I feel as if Trent wrote this song for me, to build up my strength and help me breath whenever I feel like I'm drowning. I know this is corny, but it has more meaning than words can explain.
in a world full of ugliness
she matters when everything is meaningless
she doesn't see her beauty
she tries to get away
it's just that nothing seems worth saving
I can't watch her slip away
I won't let you fall apart
she reads the minds of all the people as they pass her by
hoping someone can see
if I could fix myself I think that I would rather - but it's too late for me
I wont let you fall apart
we'll find the perfect place to go where we can run and hide
I'll build a wall and we can keep them on the other side
...but they keep waiting
it's something I have to do
I was there, too
before everything else
I was like you
5 Nov 2009, 18:14 by AnnaDraconidaGranted, this is ancient history, but I'd still like to write a few words about the Nine Inch Nails live experience I had on the 25th of July before the year's over 'cause then it'd be definitely too late.
As all fans know, before the final world tour Trent Reznor has announced the end of NIN as we know it 'cause he's really happy and sober and has decided that vagina >>>>>>>>> fistfuck after all. He also stopped performing Closer at every single show 'cause he doesn't want to fuck everyone in the world like an animal anymore. Bummer.
Knowing that this is last chance to see Mr.T live (unless the future deflation of his fuckpuppet will leave him pissed enough to go screaming around the world once more), and I love his work a lot, I originally wanted to see 2 shows, but it's been a terribly long, exhausting summer, with lots of traveling, heat, shitty accomodations & shitty people surrounding me. That comes from me being a part of the Romanian national cycling team, but let's not go off topic here. …
24 Sep 2009, 23:38 by burningmidnightMy top fifty at the time:
1) Anna Nalick
2) Nine Inch Nails
3) The Gathering
6) Emilie Simon
7) Flowing Tears
11) VNV Nation
12) Alice in Chains
14) Emilie Autumn
16) Dead Can Dance
21) Pearl Jam
22) God Is An Astronaut
27) Nickel Creek
28) Lacuna Coil
32) Yeah Yeah Yeahs
34) Alkaline Trio
35) Megan McCauley
36) E Nomine
37) Blue October
39) Depeche Mode
40) Amanda Palmer
43) Mötley Crüe
46) My Dying Bride
47) Apoptygma Berzerk
49) Within Temptation
1. How did you get into 29?
I liked Drive My Soul. Her new stuff is gonna be amazing!
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
It was Everything Dies
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33?
28 Jul 2009, 22:18 by YippiColanakérem éppen lakásfelújítás folyik és ki van húzva a net, szoval most nagy unalmamban úgydöntöttem írok valami szösszenetet a péntek estéről, aztán majd este föltöltöm. bár már most érzem hogy megint bele fognak kötni a helyesírásomba, de kit érdekel. tehát:
Nine Inch Nails @ Syma csarnok, 2009.07.24
kezdjük mondjuk azzal hogy néztem itt lastfmen meg jutubon Alec Empire videókat, konkrétan nem nagyon fogott meg, szoval gondoltam nyugodtan ráérősre vehetem a figurát, semmi jelentősről nem fogok lemaradni. ennek megfelelően kb fél 9-re értem symához, gyorsan összehaveroztam egy párocskával (vagyis ők jöttek oda megkérdezni hogy hol kell bemenni, mondtam hogy ifjúság útja felől, de akkor már menjünk együtt, ne egyedül nézzenek hülyének ha esetleg mégse :D) aztán bementünk, én meg gyorsan elmentem körülnézni körülnézni hátha találok valami ismerőst. hát senki. oké, vissza újdonsült társaságomhoz, aztán előrementünk a tömegbe, és bal oldalon kb a hangfalaktól 15 méterre álltunk meg. …
21 Jul 2009, 15:51 by scorpiusdiamondTue 14 Jul – Nine Inch Nails, Jane's Addiction, Mew
Nine Inch Nails have had a very long two years. Since April 2007, when Year Zero was released, they (or rather he, as there is no need to be reminded that NIN is essentially Trent Reznor) have been working non-stop either touring or reshaping the music industry after the split between Interscope and the band. Since then they’ve toured relentlessly throughout North and South America, Australia and finally Europe. This, according to Reznor, is the last time they’ll tour. Fortunately it’s not the end of Nine Inch Nails, but it’s still a harsh blow to lose such a band from the live scene.
Reznor’s first guest is Denmark’s Mew. Hailing from Copenhagen, their music varies from sharp indie-rock to full blown progressive. With a short 7 song set and an unengaged crowd, they made a good impression nonetheless. Lead singer Jonas Bjerre’s distinctive Scandinavian voice rose high among the arena’s very high rafters. …