• If my life was a movie what would the soundtrack be?

    15 Ene 2012, 1:19 de furforaheart

    If my life was a movie what would the soundtrack be?

    So here's how you do it:
    - Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
    - Put it on shuffle
    - Press play
    - For every question, type the song that's playing
    - When you go to a new question, press the next button
    - No cheating!



    Opening Credits:
    Godrevy Point
    <3 it's seems to me to be a good start - so calm, so beautiful - not like my life though.


    Waking Up:
    Sea of Love
    god! i love this song, but it would never make me get out of bed.


    First Day Of School:
    Only If for a Night
    it's curious, because she does talk about her old school... i guess i would be the weird kid...


    Falling In Love:
    Such A Sad Puppy Dog
    oh well...


    Losing Virginity:
    Pneumonia
    rainy day, wet fields, magical sad moment - i like it


    Fight Song:
    Turn on Me
    oh, i can imagine myself kicking ass while the shins are singing on the background... hell yeah


    Breaking Up:
    Lisbon, OH
  • Bon Iver - S/T

    26 Jun 2011, 19:37 de ggnomeproject

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    I, for one, am glad Justin Vernon didn’t return to his secluded cabin in the woods to record his follow-up to For Emma, Forever Ago because that sounds too much like the plot to Evil Dead 2, and Mr. Vernon takes himself too seriously to pull a Sam Raimi. Instead, the man with a chilling falsetto must’ve listened to a lot of TV on the Radio and maybe some Iron & Wine. No shame in that, but he hasn’t yet found the right balance to incorporate all his new inspirations.

    1)Perth: From the first few guitar notes, I worry if Mr. Vernon’s going easy listening on us but, by the first hook, when he repeats the first few guitar notes with amped up distortion after a few building snare rolls, he’s done something else entirely—expanded his sound.

    2)Minnesota, WI: But he’s not done expanding. Here, he drops his falsetto to a vocal more typical of TV on the Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe. …