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9 Dic 2010, 17:03 de SailOn7978. Scar Tissue - Red Hot Chili Peppers
This is my favourite Chili's track - so cool and laidback. Makes you feel like you should be on a roadtrip...
977.Dance, Dance - Fall Out Boy
Again, not really a fan of this but as pop rock goes it's ok....Personally I would not have put this song in the top 1000 of all time
976.The Man Who Sold the World - David Bowie
Bowie doing what he does best - eerie, dramatic, strange. From the first album of his (of the same name) that I ever heard and it always astounds me to think that its 40 years old...
975. Slow Hands - Interpol
Supposedly post-punk this is a great guitar track with a sinister ambiance and bittersweet lyrics.
974. What's My Age Again? - blink-182
I adore this song; it's so fun and the lyrics are just commical. Obviously tounge in cheek like a lot of blink-182 stuff - to quote the song "no-one should take themselves so seriously..."
973. The Scientist - Coldplay
3 Feb 2010, 1:27 de sizzly_oneChain of Fools Episode 1 is up and ready for your listening pleasure! Chain of Fools is pleased to announce, Rebel Never Gets Old.
Here's the playlist:
Black Country Rock - David Bowie
Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie
Rebel Rebel - David Bowie
Fashion - David Bowie
Magic Dance - David Bowie
I'm Afraid of Americans - David Bowie
And here's 10 more Bowie tracks you need to hear:
Dancing in the Street - David Bowie; Mick Jagger
The Hearts Filthy Lesson - David Bowie
The Man Who Sold the World - David Bowie
Changes - David Bowie
Heroes - David Bowie
Young Americans - David Bowie
Under Pressure - Queen; David Bowie
Space Oddity - David Bowie
Little Wonder - David Bowie
Little Drummer Boy - David Bowie; Bing Crosby
Check it out at http://chainoffools.net!
30 Ene 2010, 11:26 de EncouragingSlugToday was the inaugural Slug Jam - regular casual jam sessions for musical escapists. The following founding slug jammers braved the sweltering conditions of "the shed":
EncouragingSlug - acoustic guitar
jonesp9 - acoustic guitar
ratboy27 - SG electric guitar
M - keyboard, percussion, Casio beats
everyone - vox
First up was a mellow sing-along number:
This was hobbled by half the group being unfamiliar with the track, but future potential is there.
Next up, straight up Aussie rock A E D E paradise:
Run to Paradise
Instant gratification, but does it have staying power?
More Aussie rock, progressing through the ages:
Buy Me A Pony
A tough one to sing, but fun. Need to get the beats happening as well.
At some stage we had a half-hearted go at this classic Rage tune:
I really think acoustic RATM could work, with some effort.
"It's gotta start somewhere, what better place than here? What better time than now?" summed up the day.
8 Ago 2009, 14:15 de Jimbobbins
30 May 2009, 1:30 de raydl1. How did you get into no.29?
Snow Patrol- I knew them here on lastfm
2. What's the first song you ever heard by no.22?
Queen - We Will Rock You
3. Whats your favourite lyric by no.33?
Youre a loaded gun, theres nowhere to run, no one can save me
the damage is done
4. How did you get into no.49?
Rainbow – I was seeing my classic rock's recommendations.
5. How many albums by no.13 do you own?
The Rolling StonesI think are five or six i don't remember the names now.
6. What is your favorite song by no.50?
Goo Goo Dolls - Iris
7. Is there a song by no.39 that makes you sad?
The Calling - Things Will Go My Way
8. What is your favorite song by no.15?
Blur - Song 2
9. What is your favorite song by no.5?
Guns N' Roses - November Rain
10. Is there a song by no.6 that makes you happy?
U2 - Beautiful Day
11. What is the worst song by no.40?
Bono - In a Lifetime
12. What is your favorite song by no.10?
Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart
13. What is a good memory you have involving no.30?
13 Abr 2009, 7:39 de marginaalisäännöt
01 laita musiikkitoistimesi shufflelle.
02 paina seuraavaa joka kysymykselle.
03 käytä biisin nimeä kysymyksen vastauksena vaikka se ei sopisikaan. ei juksuteta!
miltä sinusta tuntuu tänään?
- Bye Bye Baby
- Could Well Be In
millaisena ystäväsi näkevät sinut?
- You've Got to Hide Your Love Away
- Life in Technicolor
mikä biisi sopii parhaalle ystävällesi?
- Kolmen viikon taivas
mikä biisi sopii ihastuksellesi?
- Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)
mikä on elämäntarinasi?
- Absolutely No Decorum
millaista töissä on?
- Kuulin junien puhuvan
mitä sinulla on odotettavissa elämältäsi?
- Lift Me Up
mikä on paras asia ystävissäsi?
- The Man Who Sold the World
mitä tapahtuu ensi viikonloppuna?
- Päästänkö Irti
- Super Sexy Woman
kuinka elämäsi menee yleensä?
- Piazza, New York Catcher
mikä biisi soi hautajaisissasi?
- Everything Is Borrowed
entäpä mikä biisi soisi häissäsi?
8 Ene 2009, 23:55 de muteoff
18 Jun 2008, 19:33 de rumpelstealAll right,
Since I recently heard Guns Of Brixton covered by The Arcade Fire I am wondering if there are other great covers out there, I haven't heard of before. First off my usual suspects:
1. All Along the Watchtower by Jimi Hendrix. Even better than the original from Bob Dylan. I think I'll take this one as the 'original' cover. The Golden Standard by which I'll measure all others that are to come!
2. Hallelujah. The original by Leonard Cohen is indeed very good, but I think we can all agree here that Jeff Buckley made his version the ultimate one, much the same as Jimi did with Dylan's song. On the 'all along the watchtower' scale, this is almost a perfect ten. Let's say 9.5.
3.Johnny Cash. Yes indeed, everybody knows off course which track I'm going for now: Hurt. Honestly, I've yet to hear the original version by Nine Inch Nails, but it just can't be any better than this. You can literally feel the man's pain coming through your speakers!. 9.5, because ten is for that perfect cover I'm still waiting for. …