• Top 50 artists questions blog thing!

    9 Mar 2010, 20:39 by Moxano

    Gonna do one of those lists now.

    1. How did you get into 29? (Scar Symmetry)
    My friend Wixztor sent me a tip I think.

    2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? (Gorillaz)
    El Manãna.

    3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? (Pearl Jam)
    The lyrics from Garden.

    4. What is your favorite album by 49? (Disarmonia Mundi)
    Mind Tricks.

    5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (HIM)

    6. What is your favorite song by 50? (The Beatles)
    No Reply.

    7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you feel sad? (The Cure)
    Well.. No. Maybe Anniversary.

    8. What is your favorite song by 15? (Disturbed)

    9. What is your favorite song by 5? (Dark Tranquillity)
    No One.

    10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy? (Katatonia)
    I Am Nothing.

    11. What is your favorite album by 40? (Isis)
    Wavering Radiant.

    12. What is your favorite song by 10? (Tenacious D)

    13. What is a good memory you have involving 30? (Slipknot)
    Drumming to Dead Memories.

  • One year of

    29 Dec 2009, 02:30 by Underdawg89

    It had been one year since I joined on 9th November so I thought this journal entry would be appropriate. Here are the most listened artists, songs and album during my first year at

    I. Artists

    1. Sheryl Crow (1126)
    I know, there may not be as many people crazy about Sheryl out there as I am. She’s not the type of singer you can fall in love with at the first listen. Her songs are complex, filled with symbols, unlikely metaphors while being very expressive and original. And as a bonus, Sheryl has a distinctive sound and often uses a narrative style. Eclectic and weird, she can rock it loud, play country, put the fun in funk or sit by the fire and sing some sweet folk tracks. As far as I’m concerned, she has songs fit for every mood someone may be in. Although she has wandered through a variety of styles (while still not jumping too far from what she really is at heart, a classic rocker), nowadays she has somewhat returned to her roots and decided to rather change people opinions instead of making them dance. …
  • Top 20.

    6 Nov 2009, 20:40 by ravianrozu

    Took this meme from cure4thecommon. :3

    I'm starting from my top 2 though, because the first one, Die Drei Fragezeichen is an audio drama and i can't chose a favourite episode. XD

    1. DIR EN GREY
    First Song: Schweinの椅子
    Made You Fall In Love: Schweinの椅子
    Current Favourite: 蜷局

    2. ムック
    First Song: 絶望 or 我、在ルベキ場所 (Not sure.)
    Made You Fall In Love: 路地裏 僕と君へ
    Current Favourite: ハイドアンドシーク

    3. KoЯn
    First Song: Here to Stay
    Made You Fall In Love: Here to Stay
    Current Favourite: Lowrider

    4. ラヴィアンローズ
    First Song: DM
    Made You Fall In Love: 2nd. L METAL
    Current Favourite: ATTOHTEKI

    5. The Prodigy
    First Song: Firestarter
    Made You Fall In Love: Breath
    Current Favourite: Breath

    6. Seeed
    First Song: Dickes B. (feat. Black Kappa)
    Made You Fall In Love: Dickes B. (feat. Black Kappa)
    Current Favourite: Schwinger

    7. Bloodhound Gang
    First Song: Along Comes Mary
    Made You Fall In Love: Along Comes Mary
    Current Favourite: Why's Everybody Always Pickin' on Me

  • Whoring Streets

    19 Aug 2008, 05:47 by LegacyOfJeff

    "Let's clap our hands
    for the president
    and Jesus Christ
    and did I mention Charlie Manson
    and everybody else who was nice?"

    I'm a bit new at this music review thing, which is what this is going to be. I have a LiveJournal page but I have strayed away from doing music opinions. I dipped my foot in once or twice, but never actually reviewed anything.

    To start off I just recently got a hold of a copy of the self-titled Scars on Broadway release (28 July, 2008). Only took me a month because I'm lazy and poor. The standard background with these guys is that I'm a large System fan and Daron Malakian is one of my idols. For this review it will be review as I listen thing. So here goes.

    ***** ***** ***** ***** *****

    Serious - Nice beat, like the riff. Very SoaD-esque but more rock. Like Daron's vocals here. Clean break is good, again more of the Daron I enjoy. Lyrics are not awesome. Riff around 1.06 is tough - I like the dragging it out. …