• Soundtrack to my life.

    27 Jul 2007, 21:17 by hu_rok

    So here's how it works:
    1. Open your library (itunes, media player, winamp...)
    2. Put it on shuffle
    3. Press play
    4. For every question, type the song thats playing
    5. When you go to the new question, press the next button
    6. Don't lie and pretend that you are cool

    Opening credits:
    ODB - Got Your Money

    Waking up:
    Robin Thicke - Ask Myself

    First day of School:
    Erykah Badu - Next Lifetime

    First Kiss:
    Fabolous - First Time (Feat. Rihanna) weird!

    Falling In Love:
    Gym Class Heroes - On My Own Time (Write On)

    Fight Song:
    Santana - Smooth

    Breaking Up:
    Amy Winehouse - Back to Black

    High School:
    Robin Thicke - Lonely World

    Sunshine Anderson - Force of Nature

    Marvin Gaye - I'll Be Doggone

    Study Abroad:
    Joss Stone - Bruised But Not Broken

    That one drunk night:
    Lil Wayne - Diamonds & Girls

    Amerie - Paint Me Over

    Mental Breakdown:
    James Morrison - How Come

    Walking down the Street:
  • Robin Thicke

    24 Oct 2006, 05:44 by awesomejermaine

    Yeah, well, this has to be one of the best albums that has come out this year. Really, it's almost a classic. It's just soooo relaxing, and it definitely works for a mood setter for the girls. Robin Thicke's songs are so personal, and his voice is just ridiculous awesome. He's like the more awesome version of Michael Buble, and the more mature version of Justin, who's album is actually not as good as people say it is. So pretty much, you should go pick this up, you definitely owe it to yourself, and your mate, if you have one. It's totally pimp, and damn, I just can't say enough good things about this album. Seriously, don't go downloading this album, because he definitely deserves your money, and his music is so worth it. And on a side note, it's totally a surprise that the production on this album is handled by the Neptunes, cause it's so grown and sexy.

    The Evolution of Robin Thicke

    Lonely World