• CD Inventory

    1 Oct 2006, 11:49 de RainShadow

    This is my album collection, including the good, the bad and the downright embarrassing.

    I'll update every now and then. =)
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    A
    Acceptance
    - Phantoms

    Adams, Bryan
    - Cuts Like a Knife
    - Waking Up The Neighbours
    - The Best of Me

    aguilera, christina
    - Stripped

    Anuj
    - Stereo on the Moon

    Atomic Kitten
    - Right Now

    Augie March
    - Sunset Studies

    Australian Idol 1
    - The Final 12

    A Walk To Remember
    - Music from the Motion Picture

    B
    Backstreet Boys
    - The Start of the Phenomenon: Debut Album Collectors Edition
    - Black & Blue

    Beatles, The
    - 1

    Bedingfield, Daniel
    - Gotta Get Thru This

    Bocelli, Andrea
    - Romanza

    Bond
    - Born
    - Shine
    - Classified

    Branch, Michelle
    - The Spirit Room
    - Hotel Paper

    Michael Buble
    - Michael Buble

    C
    Anthony Callea
    - Anthony Callea

    The Calling
    - Camino Palmero

    Ellie Campbell
    - Ellie Campbell

    Belinda Carlisle
  • Belinda Carlisle Ringtones

    19 Sep 2006, 11:32 de arpecop

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  • Strange Parallels

    8 Sep 2006, 20:17 de sword4thelord

    I'm just listening to "[track]Save Tonight[/track]" by Eagle-Eye Cherry...

    Every time I listen to it it makes me think of The Last Supper. All the references to wine and delaying misery and the singer not being around tomorrow... just a thought.

    Oh and another radmom thought of mine is that "[track]Leave A Light On[/track]" by Belinda Carlisle reminds me of the Parable of the Ten Virgins... LOL maybe i need to get out more!
  • Jumping on the survey bandwagon......

    17 Jun 2006, 15:08 de Kattastic

    Saw it, liked it, did it myself....

    (acknowledgements: Saw this in vardaofstar's journal, who saw it in Passioneer's journal...)

    1.Which bands/artist do you own the most albums by?

    Depeche Mode: 15

    a-ha: 10

    Duran Duran: 9

    Big Country: 8

    2.What was the last song you listened to?

    Randomly:
    Lost Patrol (Live at the Glasgow Barrowlands 1993)

    Specifically Selected:
    Panic

    3. What's in your CD player right now?

    Dumfermline

    4. What was the last show you attended?

    Simple Minds May 2006


    5. What was the greatest show you've ever been to?

    Depeche Mode – Devotional Tour 1994 (Sydney Entertainment Centre). In-fuckin-credible. Stood in the front row, and hung on to Dave Gahan’s arm like a truly demented person…

    6. What's the worst show you've ever been to?

    Pet Shop Boys 1994 (Sydney Entertainment Centre). Absolutely horrendous, dire, rancid, putrid, atrocious…… I’m still a fan, but I don’t think I’d ever be tempted to see the live again

  • Passengers In Time

    10 Jun 2006, 2:42 de alfvaen

    Okay, TupperwareQueen did it and it was funny, but maybe her song titles were just funny.

    Shuffle your playlist, etc., etc., and use it to answer the following questions:

    Why are you taking yet another shuffle quiz?
    Song: Twenty Something
    Artist: The Welfare $tarlets
    Comment: I've got about twenty minutes to kill...?

    What's currently in your fridge?
    Song: Wexstun Burns The Money
    Artist: Stan Ridgway
    Comment: Burnt money, apparently. I don't know why we don't just throw this stuff out.

    Your biggest nightmare?
    Song: Wake Up
    Artist: Alanis Morissette
    Comment: Sort of like in the first issue of Sandman, where you keep having nightmares and waking up and discovering that you're in yet another nightmare...

    What place would you like to visit?
    Song: Little Seahorse
    Artist: Bruce Cockburn
    Comment: Sea World. (Because the actual ocean is much too scary.)

    A reason to commit suicide?
    Song: Murder
    Artist: Alana Davis
  • Rain Songs

    9 Jun 2006, 0:13 de Kattastic

    I don't really know what this journal stuff is for - but I'm figuring it's the place I'm going to note down all the stuff I usually put on post-its and then scatter all over the place.....

    I like the rain plus it's been raining on and off for 5 days - clearly it's time to make a list of songs I like with rain, storm or thunder in the title.

    a-ha - "Crying in the Rain"
    a-ha - "Here I Stand and Face the Rain"
    a-ha - "Rolling Thunder"
    a-ha - "Soft Rains of April"
    Belinda Carlisle - "Summer Rain"
    Berri - "Sunshine After the Rain"
    Big Country - "Rain Dance"
    Big Country - "Thunder and Lightning"
    Big Country - "The Storm"
    Duran Duran - "Hold Back the Rain"
    Duran Duran - "Sound of Thunder"
    Eddie Rabbit - "I Love a Rainy Night"
    Escape Club - "Only the Rain"
    Guns N' Roses - "November Rain"
    Madonna - "Rain"
    Mark Knopfler - "The Rocks and the Thunder"
  • God bless Belinda Carlisle

    19 May 2006, 23:12 de EllaBee

    Bless her to her cotton socks (or pants if the rumours are true)

    She is coming all the way to Holmfirth, England (http://www.picturedrome.net/home.htm) to play live!

    Belinda Carlisle famed for hits like Cirle in the Sand, Leave the light on for me and more is playing a grand total of 2 gigs in Blighty and I am luck enough to live close to one of the venues.

    May sound like I am taking the mick a little but I assure you I am not. I remember prancing around my friends bedroom to her hits and singing my little heart out (and still do just instead dancing round my front room when no one is looking).

    Hopefully I can get to go, best get on with learning the words :-)
  • This Day in Music History - May 10

    10 May 2006, 14:12 de ChetSparks

    - This Day in Music History - May 10 -

    I have a hard time writing. I'm a drawer. I've been drawing since I was a little kid. I couldn't pay attention in class because I was drawing so much.
    -Nick Carter
    {I bet he spent like three hours shading the upper lip}

    1946
    Born on this day, Donovan, UK singer, songwriter, (1966 US No.1 & 1967 UK No.2 single 'Sunshine Superman').

    1957
    Born on this day, Karl Hyde, vocals, guitar, Underworld, (1996 UK No.2 single 'Born Slippy').

    Born on this day, John Ritchie (Sid Vicious), bass, vocals, Sex Pistols, 1977 UK No.2 single 'God Save The Queen', and 1977 UK No.1 album 'Nevermind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols'). Vicious died of a heroin overdose on 2nd February 1979.

    1960
    Born on this day, Paul Hewson, (Bono), vocals, guitar, U2, (1984 UK No.3 single 'Pride, In The Name Of Love', plus over 25 other UK Top 40 singles. 1987 UK world wide No.1 album, 'The Joshua Tree').

    1963
  • The Best Female Vocalists (That I Can Think of)

    15 Abr 2006, 7:19 de Carali

    Qualifications:
    1. They have to be female (duh)
    2. They have to be different in some way (they have to stand out)
    3. Have to have memorable voices
    4. I have to have heard more than one song by them
    In alphabetical order (to make it easier)

    10,000 Maniacs (Natalie Merchant)
    -Favorite song: What's the Matter Here?
    -Favorite album: MTV Unplugged

    The 5th Dimension (Marilyn McCoo)
    -Favorite song: One Less Bell To Answer
    -Favorite album: none

    ABBA (Frida & Agnetha Fältskog)
    -Favorite song: Money, Money, Money & My Love, My Life
    -Favorite album: Arrival

    Alicia Keys
    -Favorite song: Fallin’
    -Favorite album: The Diary of Alicia Keys

    Alison Krauss
    -Favorite song: I Can Let Go Now
    -Favorite album: Forget About It

    Anne Murray
    -Favorite song: Daydream Believer
    -Favorite album: -

    Aretha Franklin
    -Favorite song: Think
    -Favorite album: no favorite

    The Bangles (Susanna Hoffs)
  • First try

    26 Mar 2006, 21:36 de josefine_k_haig

    Hoh, never knew there were so many people listening to good music out there. Or, well, in theory I knew, just haven't seen it with my own eyes before.
    I got an mp3-player for christmas. I'm a bit conservative sometimes and was planning on holding on to my cd-walkman and using the mp3-player for running. Heh. Good luck running with your converses in snow slush, Lillieanne, great plan. Anyway, I thought I'd try out this thing anyway when I recently had an 80's period. And by that I don't mean I was listening to Felt, McCarthy or Josef K, nope, it was strictly Alphaville, Duran Duran, The Human League, Kajagoogoo, Bronski Beat and ABC. And so on. (Yes, I'm flattering myself by not mentioning John Waite, Mr Mister and Belinda Carlisle.) Don't know what happened really. I made a mix cd with 80's music for me and my flatmate to listen to while cleaning the apartment and before we knew it we were listening to nothing but hits of the 80's. Where was I going with this? Oh yeah, it's been a while since I've listened to electronica…