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19 Mar 2011, 19:11 by Ben010783These are songs that have great guitar parts. They aren't listed because of technical skill, they are just ones I like to listen to.
Queens of the Stone Age - Better Living Through Chemistry
Josh Homme is amazing on the guitar and this is the best example I have found yet. The song starts out with a slow pace, but quickly goes into an epic solo before slowing things down again. I need to raise the volume every time I hear it.
Rage Against the Machine - Ashes in the Fall
This songs starts off with heavy use of guitar effects but it still doesn't prepare you for the insane playing that Tom Morello does at the end.
Radiohead - My Iron Lung
I really like this song because the lyrics describe the pressure that results from having a hit song.
Queens of the Stone Age - The Sky Is Fallin'
The heavy guitar riff in the verses just keeps me on edge.
Queens of the Stone Age - God Is in the Radio
This song has an amazing guitar solo by Homme.
2 Jan 2011, 06:59 by lassaucepanThe title says it. Every day i'm going to pick a song I think represents that day the best and I'll even give a little explanation why.
Reasons I may pick a song:
I listened to it a lot.
I had it in my head.
I was blown away by it.
I discovered it.
I rediscovered it.
I heard it somewhere special.
I listened to the lyrics in a new way.
I learned something about it.
I cried to it.
I saw it performed.
It's a really fucking good song.
Saturday, Jan. 1: Animal Collective - Bluish - Packing all my stuff to leave the place where everyone I love is and used to be, and listening to this song as I do so.
Sunday, Jan. 2: Hockey - Song Away - How ironic would it be if you played this song at 11:59 p.m.? Oh wait...
Monday, Jan. 3: Athlete - Superhuman Touch - Smooth indie rock, put me to sleep while I try to block out all this incessant noise.
Tuesday, Jan. 4: Explosions in the Sky - So Long, Lonesome - I'm going to have to agree with those who say song titles don't matter. …
17 Oct 2010, 09:58 by Scantily1. Everything in Its Right Place
3. Pyramid Song
4. Subterranean Homesick Alien
5. Packt Like Sardines in a Chrusd Tin Box
7. Paranoid Android
8. Motion Picture Soundtrack
9. Like Spinning Plates
10. Planet Telex
If top 10 could have tree more tracks...
Bullet Proof..I Wish I Was
These were also close:
Pulk/Pull Revolving Doors
You and Whose Army?
Life in a Glass House
My Iron Lung
The National Anthem
True Love Waits
Exit Music (for a Film)
Climbing Up the Walls
*note: I haven't purchased Hail To The Thief yet and only heard 2+2=5 and There There from that album. That's why there's only one song from that album...
28 Dec 2009, 05:12 by Ben010783I decided to buy a new CD ever month again this year. I got some really good music last year by deciding to get a new album every month last year, so I tried it again this year. My only rule has been that I try to get good music. This years albums were a mix of old and new and mostly rock.
The White Stripes - De Stijl
I've loved White Blood Cells since it came out so I decided to check out more from The White Stripes. I didn't really like Elephant, so I decided to get something older. This album is the one that really got the music industry's attention. It is very gritty, mostly because it was recorded with an 8-track analogue tape-recorder. It has a simple style, but you also notice more use of instruments than more recent White Stripes songs.
Funeral For A Friend - Hours
This is the first full album of FFAF that I purchased. I got it after a pretty good concert they put on at the Metro in Chicago. This one was weird because half of the songs were just subpar, while the others were amazing. …
10 Dec 2009, 10:23 by ChudleyCannonsLast.FM Milestones1st track: (03 Apr 2006)
Ben Folds Five - Mess1000th track: (07 Jul 2006)
Ben Folds Five - One Angry Dwarf and 200 Solemn Faces2000th track: (21 Aug 2006)
Ben Kweller - Family Tree3000th track: (11 Sep 2006)
Ben Folds - Hiro's Song4000th track: (02 Oct 2006)
Third Eye Blind - Darkness5000th track: (31 Oct 2006)
Cake - Mr. Mastodon Farm6000th track: (05 Dec 2006)
Radiohead - My Iron Lung7000th track: (24 Dec 2006)
The Postal Service - Little Girl Blue8000th track: (11 Jan 2007)
Mute Math - Noticed9000th track: (01 Feb 2007)
Ben Folds Five - Best Imitation of Myself10000th track: (26 Feb 2007)
Sufjan Stevens - The Dress Looks Nice on You11000th track: (27 Mar 2007)
Death Cab for Cutie - Your Heart Is an Empty Room12000th track: (13 Apr 2007)
The Flaming Lips - Feeling Yourself Disintegrate13000th track: (10 May 2007)
Andrew Bird - Imitosis14000th track: (24 May 2007)
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Five Easy Pieces15000th track: (10 Jun 2007)
21 Jul 2009, 05:03 by lucy_way(I apology for my english. I'm too tired to use google translator :P)
Name Your Top Ten On Last.fm:
05. Within Temptation
06. Kaiser Chiefs
• How many times have you listened to number 1?
• Is this your favorite band?
• What got you into number 1?
My brother ^^
• Why the hell have you listened to them so much?
Because I love their's songs!!!!
• Favorite song(s) of number 1:
Right now, Whoever Brings the Night and Passion And The Opera
• Something you think you’d thoroughly enjoy doing with the band?
• Favorite memory of the artist?
Seeing them play last year, give a chilean flag to "Anette" with her name on it, and meet Tuomas, Jukka and Ewo :3
• How many times have you listened to number 2?
• What got you into them?
My brother xD
• What makes you like them so much?
The beautiful voice of Simone Simons
28 Apr 2009, 16:22 by darren86The following are the top 10 albums of 1995 that I currently own. I probably own more than 10 albums from that year, but these are my favourites.
Note 1: I will be including compilations, live albums, ep's, re-issues etc, but no singles.
Note 2: If I do only own 10 from this year, the releases towards the end of the list may not be favourites of mine at all, but the best I do have from that year.
Note 3: If you think my list sucks, or needs improvements, please feel free to RECOMMEND me albums from 1995 and I will certaintly try to listen to them and give my opinions.
All comments welcome.
1. The Bends
This is Radiohead's most uplifting album in my opinion. Much better than Pablo Honey. This may not be as complex as Radiohead's next few releases, but it is certainly a fun and wonderfully written album.
There are so may high points on this album, as with all of Radiohead's albums.
My favourite from here is Street Spirit (Fade Out), one of Radiohead's best.
17 Apr 2009, 14:42 by arrellhttp://www.abc.net.au/rage/guest/img/boniver.jpg
I didn't watch it =(
Seeing that putting up Bullet for my Valentine's playlist on the Australian music video program attracted some interest, I think I'll make it a habit of mine. It's definitely cool seeing what musicians pick to broadcast, and that warrants me expending some energy to share the playlist with random last.fmers. Since these things take a while to format, I might reserve it to popular artists or artists that personally interest me.
For the unfamiliar, rage shows new music videos on Friday night, then gets a guest host to pick videos of his/her/their choice on Saturday night. This week, Justin Vernon of Bon Iver is on the hot seat. As the program has yet to air (playlists for the Saturday night show are released Friday noon), I'll most likely edit any comments from Vernon in afterward, as well as my own thoughts.
The playlist is as follows:
Gillian Welch - Revelator
Fiona Apple - Shadowboxer
Jeff Buckley - Last Goodbye
26 Mar 2009, 05:03 by miroir_noir15. High and Dry - The Bends
14. Knives Out - Amnesiac
13. Street Spirit (Fade Out) - The Bends
12. There there. (The Boney King of Nowhere) - Hail to the Thief
11. Everything in Its Right Place - Kid A
10. Nude - In Rainbows
9. Pyramid Song - Amnesiac
8. Exit Music (for a Film) - OK Computer
7. Fake Plastic Trees - The Bends
6. My Iron Lung - The Bends
5. Idioteque - Kid A
4. Creep - Pablo Honey
3. Paranoid Android - OK Computer
2. Jigsaw Falling Into Place - In Rainbows
1. No Surprises - OK Computer