thanks Daniel! I see great names in your library... may I suggest you Unquiet Nights?
They come from Northern Ireland, if you dont know them
I leave you a free sampler of their first album to donwload for free
Thanks to the Stop Making Sense live album... I can't listen to the Fear of Music version of Life During Wartime.... there's just so much energy on Stop Making Sense. I wanna get up and dance. So yeah, thanks for that recommendation
Haha yup. I don't have any friends who have listened to Talking Heads, so I need some serious guidance with these guys. Here on last.fm everyone keeps telling me "LIVE ALBUMS!!!"... so I got 'Stop Making Sense', and it's right after Titus Andronicus on my list of albums I must listen to. Definitely re-do your list, it's always vey interesting to see how much your taste has changed over a period of time even if it's the exact same artist you're talking about. Thanks for the add BTW
Take on Me is by far the best thing a-Ha ever recorded. The 'general public' aren't always wrong. Although I think you'll find that in the UK 'The Sun Always Shines on T.V.' was a-Ha's only number 1. Thus proving that even in your own arguement you're wrong.
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Fave TH songs? There are many, perhaps I should compose a list as you have. But for now I will have to go with the demo (?) I Want to Live from Sand in the Vaseline, Naive Melody, Mind, Sax and Violins...Love NMH, too! I see you just listened... :-)
great. :o) as far as politics go not so great - just like the rest of the world. was in Budapest last month, what a beautiful city...if you ever get over here, you totally have to see both Prague and Budapest. Spent some time on a cottage with my friends...me and my friend Vall entertained everyone by our "deep" analysis of The Beatles... :)