8 May 2014, 14:05 by vv0jt3k
18 Jun 2009, 18:12 by Roope75In no particular order and probably forgetting a lot of bands. I have included bands that I don't even like but that I have seen at some festival or somewhere.
The ten artists that made the greatest impression on me live are marked with a *.
The Beach Boys *
David Bowie *
The King's Singers *
Pet Shop Boys *
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Heaven And Hell
10 Years After
Faith No More
Devin Townsend *
Swallow the Sun
Oranssi Pazuzu *
The Sisters of Mercy
Church of Misery *
Ben Butler & Mousepad
23 Oct 2008, 21:29 by zvirblisSo, here I am, after 2 years on Last.fm. I'm at a total of 33,935 songs, putting this year's total at a little less than last year's. Whatever. Considering I had issues getting my computer and iPod to work together on last.fm, I'm just glad most of them counted. So, anyway, I think I'll follow the same format as last year, pretty much. I'll list my top 50 as of right now, and maybe comment a bit on any trends I see. So, let's go.
The Beatles 2,361
They Might Be Giants 2,265
Mike Oldfield 1,470
The Alan Parsons Project 884
Fountains of Wayne 850
The Killers 754
Dong Bang Shin Ki 741
Michelle Branch 735
Yoshihisa Hirano and Hideki Taniuchi 666
Vanessa Carlton 647
Paul McCartney 640
Simon & Garfunkel 635
Elton John 540
Gabriel Mann 489
"Weird Al" Yankovic 448
Geri X 428
KT Tunstall 411
Sean Lennon 401
The Beach Boys 389
The Rocket Summer 388
21 Sep 2008, 03:25 by armorxforxsheepInspired by this journal entry by Dan-EternalW.
Let's start off with the guys...
10. Tomi Mykkänen (Battlelore)
9. Asis Nasseri (Haggard)
8. Andrea Bocelli
7. Christofer Johnsson (Therion)
6. Sting (The Police)
5. Phil Collins (Genesis)
4. All of The King's Singers
3. Tony Kakko (Sonata Arctica)
2. Ronny Thorsen (Trail of Tears)
12 Aug 2008, 23:36 by chakchakchak1. How did you get into 25?
Hillsong United- Worship at camp and church, and the radio..
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
Death Cab For Cutie- Hmm... As far as I remember, Marching Bands of Manhattan
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33?
Hip Parade- ... I don't know. I mostly like the beat of their songs..
4. What is your favorite album by 49?
The Cakes- I don't like them that incredibly much, actually.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
The String Quartet- Like.. One or two? Sort of..
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
Fitzwilliam String Quartet- ??
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad?
We Are Scientists- Nope.
8. What is your favorite album by 15?
Panic! at the Disco- Their first one (and sort of only one, since they have changed their name slightly since...), A Fever You Can't Sweat Out
9. What is your favorite song by 5?
Coldplay- Ah, difficult... Well, ONE of them is Yellow.
9 Mar 2007, 03:35 by arkandriaFunny question nowadays. If you are curious about the mix of artists in my charts it can be explained quite easy by looking at the files in my computer.
Take a look at my directories:
.../a capella/ #Here you find King's Singers, Rockapella, Vocal Sampling, and others. Many of them are very badly tagged.
.../electronic/ #Moby, Lounge Classics (A Decade Of Lounge Chill Out) and other compilations. Many of them i find VERY interesting, as Exploration, but, as they are part of a compilation, NEVER will be high on a player on RANDOM MODE.
.../Spanish/ #Many, many artists with just a few songs each one. This is the most selected file of them all. Exceptions: El Rock De Mi Pueblo, Buena Vista Social Club, Juan Luis Guerra, from whom i have a large selection of greatest hits. Any of the other songs are truly the best of the best for me. Wont be high in the charts also.
.../English/ #So many! here we have mainly Queen, U2, KT Tunstall, and sooo many others. Again, just a song or two from each artist.
3 Mar 2007, 20:08 by Schmetterling87This is my personal music wishlist - so if you wonder what kind of present you can give to me ;)...
- Wise Guys: Dut-Dut-Duah!, DVDs
- The Magnets: any CD
- The King's Singers: any CD except Beatles Connection
- 6-Zylinder: any CD, mainly other than Best of & .singen
- Intermezzo: any CD
- Montezuma's Revenge: PopArt
- VivaVoce: any CD, mainly other than gefühlsecht & Ich find dich dufte
- LaLeLu: any CD
- Bodo Wartke: any CD, DVDs preferred
- Scala Choir: any CD except Dream On & On The Rocks
- CDs from other a cappella groups not mentioned here (Look for tipps here: Acappella-Platform, Dewitz page)
- rock sampler
And then: TICKETS! For A cappella concerts (artists see above) and Kleinkunst events...
updated: June 6th, 2007
28 May 2006, 00:32 by NerdskiTake your top ten artists and note how many listeners each has on last.fm:
1 The King's Singers: 3,921
2 Barenaked Ladies: 80,132
3 MIT Resonance: 47
4 The Beatles: 295,732
5 Alanis Morissette: 115,640
6 Resonance of MIT: 15
7 Leonard Bernstein: 4,188
8 Rockwell Church: 290
9 Jason Mraz: 48,653
10 Fountains of Wayne: 48,620
Add and divide to find the average: 59,724
Divide your total by the highest number of listeners that any band has on last.fm (324,128) and convert to a percentage: 18% .
This is your mainstream percentage.
10 May 2006, 02:21 by sigridandemilOpen iTunes/iPod or Windows Media Player to answer the following. Go to your library. Answer, no matter how embarrasing it is.
How many songs: 1159
Sort by song title:
First 5 songs:
#1 Crush by Garbage
¿Come again,Toucan? by Grace Slick
1979 by the Smashing Pumpkins
2 Sisters by Sorten Muld
3 Libras by A Perfect Circle
Last 5 songs:
Zwitter by Rammstein
Zwarte Koffie by Jawat
Zo Alleen by Jawat
Zmeyka by Ladytron
Zero by the Smashing Pumpkins
Sort by time:
Shortest 5 songs:
Ironside (Excerpt) by Quincy Jones (0:16)
Morning Mood by Annbjørg Lien (0:31)
Amor Vittorioso by The King's Singers (0:43)
Wilhelmus (bubbling remix) by Maxima (0:51)
Wild Honey Pie by The Beatles (1:01)
Longest 5 songs:
Theme from the Movie "Manhole" by Grace Slick [/artist (15:22)
Origins (Tidr/Nordfjordhalling/Oainnahus/Homage/Phoenix) by Annbjørg Lien (14:35)
You Wear Your Dresses Too Short by Jefferson Airplane(14:32)
27 Apr 2006, 08:37 by rmajorsOne of my Christian friends who is mostly into jazz recently got some sort of online music account and wanted as general a musical recommendation as I could muster in order that she might branch out a little musically. This is the result - just a grab bag of the best and most varied albums I know, with an emphasis on what might be billed as Christian rock, since that is what I know best. Must-hears in bold.
In other words, here's just another recommendations list (though I am confident in the must-hears.) Have fun.
1. Billy Breathes
Studio-refined jam band rock - absolutely amazing talent and soundcraft and whatnot. Get anything by Phish but this is the best studio album. My second favorite CD ever.
2. Health and Sport by Luxury
You almost certainly will not be able to find this, but if you do, keep it. It sounds a lot like a very very good Radiohead album, but better.
3. Take Me To Your Leader
The best of the '90s Christian pop/rock scene. Which is a pretty big scene.