10 Oct 2012, 06:48 by TheLight6
11 Mar 2011, 22:58 by nerdielabratIndiepenDance @ Radio Decoder by Bounty (fridays 20-22h)
11.03.2011 (one more exceptional stand-in by me)
Days of the New - Independent Slaves
Bow Wow Wow - Aphrodisiac
Waylon Malloy Payne - Lewis Boogie
Rob Zombie - Living Dead Girl (Naked Exorcism mix)
Iggy Pop - The Passenger
Siouxsie and the Banshees - Hong Kong Garden
Skinny Puppy - Optimissed
New Order - Temptation
The Dandy Warhols - Get Off
Adam Ant - Kings of the Wind Frontier
Richard O'Brien - Sweet Transvestite
NY Loose - Spit
Client - Heartland
Lard - A power tribute to Bounty
Marilyn Manson - I Put a Spell on You
Lilian Harvey and Willy Fritsch - Ich wollt ich wär ein Huhn
Garbage - #1 Crush
I Was a Teenage Satan Worshipper - Your Sister
Tenacious D - Kickapoo
The Johnston Brothers - Hernando's Hideaway
Bow Wow Wow - I Want Candy
Everclear - Local God
The Spook - Reanimated
The Stranglers - Golden Brown
Zwischenfall - Katastrophe
The Juliana Hatfield Three - Spin de Bottle
31 Dec 2010, 02:06 by TrixRabbi
31 Oct 2010, 23:53 by vickevlarI wanted to write about Halloween, because lately it has catapulted itself into the position of my favorite holiday, narrowly beating out "no holidays." Unfortunately, due to extensive mental tangents and entanglements, I am finding myself needing to preface this with an apology for its hideously long exposition. Sorry, Halloween music is going to have to wait momentarily. I blame this on not having a clear thesis. And on Woodrow Wilson.
Being raised in a nonreligious household gave holidays a different meaning to me than for most people, I suppose. The value and import of a holiday centered around two things: the number of days off school it generated, and the fun of its associated rituals. This prioritization is true for all children, of course, but it carried with it no guilt that later was compensated for (or worse, was not compensated for, and continued existing as guilt.)
Since I am no longer a child- this was not my decision- those priorities are no longer applicable for me. …
21 May 2010, 16:48 by you_may_sayLast.FM Milestones
2000th track: (23 Mar 2008)
Elton John - Are You Ready For Love?
3000th track: (11 May 2008)
Placebo - Infra-Red
4000th track: (20 May 2008)
Gary Jules - Mad World
5000th track: (27 May 2008)
Placebo - In the Cold Light of Morning
6000th track: (14 Jun 2008)
BBC - Postman Pat Theme
7000th track: (02 Jul 2008)
Muse - Thoughts of a Dying Atheist
8000th track: (15 Jul 2008)
Placebo - Special K
9000th track: (24 Jul 2008)
Léo Delibes - 4- Coppelia - Ballet suite - Leo Delibes
10000th track: (06 Aug 2008)
Ani DiFranco - Not A Pretty Girl
11000th track: (25 Aug 2008)
Dead or Alive - You Spin Me Round
12000th track: (06 Sep 2008)
John Travolta & Olivia Newton-John - You're the One That I Want
13000th track: (17 Sep 2008)
Lemon Demon - Geeks in Love
14000th track: (16 Oct 2008)
Frou Frou - Holding Out For A Hero
15000th track: (03 Nov 2008)
Don Davis - The Matrix Revolutions (Main Title)
9 May 2010, 03:41 by costellofolds
13 Apr 2010, 02:21 by earthcrossingRecently I hit '1300' artists in my library, so I thought I'd make a list of them all for posterity! Of course, I already removed one of those artists frmo my library during this process (it was my music, but under the wrong name...) and there are others I can probably get rid of immediately. But I want to take care in doing so.
Anyway, without further ado...this is the result of coming on up 5 years of scrobbling here at Last.fm, and away from it (on iPod). There have been times when I wasn't able to scrobble, so a lot of data wasn't recorded then. But other than those times, this is what we have...
* A Camp (7s)
* A Perfect Circle (210s)
* A Streetlight Song (1)
* Abbe May (88s)
* Abbe May and the Rockin' Pneumonia (5s)
* Abra Moore (7s)
* Ace of Base (2s)
* AC/DC (64s)
* Adam Cohen (2s)
* Adele (2s)
* Aerosmith (8s)
* Afghan Whigs (1)
* AFI (29s)
* Aimee Allen (22s)
31 Dec 2009, 20:52 by NallisPerhaps this year I will put some effort into something on some sites... Seeing as Last.fm is music, this seems a good place for it, seeing as it has helped me endlessly in my quest to find new music.
So, I stole this from somewhere, cos I r a thieving child I am... but it is questions relating to the top 50 artists if I understand correctly, so here goes...
(I do get the feeling that I have more of a top 20 to what I listen to most but nevertheless!)
How did you get into 31?
I honestly have no idea, all I can recall is having an album of hers, (Speak for Yourself) and it coming on the iTunes party shuffle thingy while playing WoW and I got sickeningly hooked. Very strange stuff!
What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
I can't be certain at all, I know it was off one of the Metal Opera albums... I didn't listen to it in order at first because clever clogs me didn't realise >.<
What is your favorite lyric by 29?
Blinded by the Light - Manfred Mann
13 Dec 2009, 03:20 by TrixRabbi
10 Jun 2009, 13:47 by TheSlappee1. How did you get into 29?Good Charlotte
They play Good Charlotte on the radio, and that's the way I like it
no really .. they use to play Little Things on Triple J all the time when I was in primary school.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?Green Day
The first one I remember is Basket Case
3. How many albums by 13 do you own?The Living End
I 'own' 3
I HAVE all of them though.
4. What is your favorite song by 15?The Killers
Smile Like You Mean It
5. What is your favorite song by 5?Gregory and the Hawk
Boats and Birds
6. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy?Katy Rose
Overdrive is rather good .. and Lemon cause it reminds me of thirteen and I like that movie.
7. What is your favorite song by 10?My Chemical Romance
Headfirst for Halos or Give 'em Hell, Kid
8. What is a good memory you have involving 30?Hellogoodbye Richard O'Brien
Haaha oh .. there are SO many
that mosh pit was the deadliest ever .. I seriously couldnt breat for half of 'oh, it is love'