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10 May 2013, 12:00 de RadioKaKaSee also: Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of all time (2012 Edition)
Rank (2010/E) (NEW or not compared to the 2004/E) Year Artist – Song (from which album if it's also on the list of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of all time)
1 1965 Bob Dylan – Like a Rolling Stone, from Highway 61 Revisited
2 1965 The Rolling Stones – (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction, from Out of Our Heads
3 1971 John Lennon – Imagine, from Imagine
4 1971 Marvin Gaye – What's Going On, from What's Going On
5 1967 Aretha Franklin – Respect, from I Never Loved a Man the Way I Love You
6 1966 The Beach Boys – Good Vibrations, from Smile
7 1958 Chuck Berry – Johnny B. Goode, from The Great Twenty-Eight
8 1968 The Beatles – Hey Jude
9 1991 Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit, from Nevermind
10 1959 Ray Charles – What'd I Say, from The Birth of Soul: The Complete Atlantic Rhythm and Blues Recordings 1952-1959
11 1965 The Who – My Generation, from My Generation
18 Jul 2012, 16:31 de emicomWed 18 Jul – No Blur Circuit 2012
(Dayton OH, USA, since 2001, emo, screamo, rock, alternative, similar to A Day in the Life, Silverstein, Senses Fail, Aiden, Armor for Sleep, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, A Thorn For Every Heart)
2 May 2012, 3:28 de RadioKaKaSee also: Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of all time (2010 Edition)
Rank (2012/E) Year Artist – Album (featuring the highest-ranking track on the list of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of all time, if it includes)
1 1967 The Beatles – Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, featuring "A Day in the Life"
2 1966 The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds, featuring "God Only Knows"
3 1966 The Beatles – Revolver, featuring "Eleanor Rigby"
4 1965 Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited, featuring "Like a Rolling Stone"
5 1965 The Beatles – Rubber Soul, featuring "In My Life"
6 1971 Marvin Gaye – What's Going On, featuring "What's Going On"
7 1972 The Rolling Stones – Exile on Main Street, featuring "Tumbling Dice"
8 1979 The Clash – London Calling, featuring "London Calling"
9 1966 Bob Dylan – Blonde on Blonde, featuring "Just Like a Woman"
10 1968 The Beatles – The Beatles, featuring "While My Guitar Gently Weeps"
16 Oct 2011, 0:40 de emicomSat 15 Oct – LOUD PARK 11
TANK スコット・トラヴィス -dums
STORM-BRINGER るディー・サーゾ -bass
SPEED-KING クリス・ニンペリテリ -guitar
METAL-RIDER マイク・ウセェッセーラ -vocals
SE The Star-Spangled Banner (星条旗-アメリカ国歌）
06 マジンガー・メドレー (with ももいろクローバーZ)
13 Jun 2011, 20:00 de DaydreamishlyAlbum Cover, if applicable.
Album/Track, Average Rating (out of five stars, rounded to nearest half), Notes.
Gold: Greatest Hits, ★★★½.
Notes: A relic of my childhood and Disney channel, except I knew them through some cover band or something called A*Teens that went quickly by the wayside. Anyway, I have such an unabashed weakness for disco pop, but the majority of this album was pretty meh. I kept making unfavourable comparisons with The Bangles, which, yeah, different era completely, but whatever. This is my music journal, I am entitled to make whichever inaccurate assessments I choose. Some of the tracks were worth a listen, though, and I know that in one of those rare moments I have a desperate need for pop music in my life, I will appreciate this being in my collection. It'll also be one of those buffer albums that I can play around people who don't listen to pretentious hipster trash unlike me. …
17 May 2011, 12:07 de freakfire_99I'm cheating by doing this on here first before posting on Facebook...
* Day 01 - Your favourite song
According to Last.fm, it's this: (hed) Planet Earth - Let's Ride
* Day 02 - Your least favourite song
So many to choose from I guess, but here's one choice cut:
Black Eyed Peas - My Humps
* Day 03 - A song that makes you happy
Metallica - Whiskey in the Jar
Whiskey in the Jar
* Day 04 - A song that makes you sad
The Cure - Pictures of You
Pictures of You
* Day 05 - A song that reminds you of someone
Many, many songs, but here’s a bit of Thea as she needs to be in here somewhere:
Thea Gilmore - Things We Never Said
Things We Never Said
* Day 06 - A song that reminds of you of somewhere
A Rockworld classic (RIP):
Incubus - A Certain Shade of Green
A Certain Shade Of Green
* Day 07 - A song that reminds you of a certain event
This reminds me of my first venture out into the world of clubs:
11 Ene 2011, 20:08 de ArthurKrugconcerteza é a música Back In Black, nossa, acho que são poucos os que não conhecem ela. é a minha preferida deles. mas também, se pensar bem, tem outras famosas como Highway To Hell e T.N.T. que também curto muito. bom, a gente se preparou muito para esse dia, alem de Back In Black dublamos Highway To Hell e Take On Me, do A-Ha, como comentei no post anterior. bom, quem estiver afim, pode ver ele aqui. agora faltam só dois vídeos, e se der vou botar os bastidores para vocês verem, ficou bem legal também.
Back in Black
30 Dic 2010, 19:42 de JeekabsAccording to Anthony Liekins Last.fm user tag cloud, this year I'm more or less into hip-hop, indie, rock, alternative, singer-songwriter, electronic, acoustic, jazz, blues, indie rock, underground hip-hop, funk, folk, classic rock, pop, soul, reggae, alternative rock, southern rock, post-punk, underground, chill, jazz hop, chillout, 60s, blues rock and trip-hop.
My number one favourites in 2010 are Blue Scholars, an underground hip-hop/indie duo from Seattle, United States. I'm totally amazed by their performance - marvelous melodic samples mixed with social and political urban delivery, themes I always have had evaluate. For example, see Back Home about necessity to bring back US troops from Iraq war and 50 Thousand Deep, which is concerned about Battle in Seattle, the historic protest in 1999, as thousands of activists arrive in Seattle, Washington in masses to protest the World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference of 1999.
6 Dic 2010, 13:47 de thomas10https://pulmyears.files.wordpress.com/2010/05/remain.jpg
1 Talking Heads - Remain in Light
The musical transition that seemed to have just begun with Fear of Music came to fruition on Talking Heads' fourth album, Remain in Light. "I Zimbra" and "Life During Wartime" from the earlier album served as the blueprints for a disc on which the group explored African polyrhythms on a series of driving groove tracks, over which David Byrne chanted and sang his typically disconnected lyrics. Remain in Light had more words than any previous Heads record, but they counted for less than ever in the sweep of the music. The album's contrasts is noteworthy: the uptempo opening of "Born Under Punches" and the decidedly dark closing of "The Overload"; the poppy "Born Under Punches" and the cerebral "Seen and Not Seen"; the frantic pace of "The Great Curve" and the narcotic styling of "Listening Wind". …