• SOUND AWAKE Setlist: July 15, 2008

    16 Jul 2008, 5:28 de kingofgrief

    3 PM:
    BBC News Headlines
    Brian Wilson / Love and Mercy / Brian Wilson (Warner Archives/Rhino 88)
    Friendly Fires / On Board / Friendly Fires (XL/Beggars Group 08) [album released September 1]
    Hot Butter / Popcorn / Super Hits of the '70s: Have a Nice Day, v.14 (Rhino 72/90)
    Yazoo / Ode to Boy / Reconnected EP (Mute UK 08)
    Everything But the Girl / Flipside / Walking Wounded / Atlantic (96)
    Bridge Music: Twilight Archive / Something Unquiet / Ritual Fiction (Electrophonogram 08)

    3:30 PM:
    Arthur Yoria / I Don't Wear Red / (12 08)
    Fleetwood Mac / The Ledge / Tusk (Warner Bros. 79)
    fredmusic / Sugar / Sound Awake (Overdone Music 05)
    The New Pornographers / Chump Change / Electric Version (Matador/Beggars Group 03)
    Dulcesky / Icon of Distress / Unfamiliar EP (Nueve Music/Eden's Watchtower 08)
    The Church / Ripple / Priest=Aura (Arista 92)
    Southern Backtones / Forever / Southern Backtones (self-release 04)
    Bridge Music: TWILIGHT ARCHIVE / Flow of Know / Ritual Fiction (Electrophonogram 08)
  • THE TOP FITTY SURVIZZLE.

    7 Oct 2007, 12:49 de Jordstar

    MY CHOICE IN CASE OF TIES. F'REAL

    1. How did you get into 29? Tub Ring

    PLAYED SOME SHOWS WITH THEM AS kenghk AND Hurraylien. THEY TOUR RELENTLESSLY AND HAVE EARNED THEIR SUCCESS.

    2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? They Might Be Giants

    I THINK I TUNED IN TO MUCHMUSIC CITY LIMITS CIRCA 1991 AND CAUGHT THE ISTANBUL VIDEO.


    3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33? Scientist

    OMG, LIKE, DUB DOESN'T REALLY HAVE, LIKE, *LYRICS*

    4. What is your favorite album by 49? TOO MANY TIES AT 47

    5. How many albums by 13 do you own? Howard Amb

    I DON'T REALLY "OWN" ANY SINCE HE GIVES AWAY HIS MUSIC FOR FREE... SO DEPENDING ON WHAT YOUR DEFINITION OF MUSIC OWNERSHIP IS... "ALL" OR "NONE"

    6. What is your favorite song by 50? TOO MANY TIES AT 47

    7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? TOO MANY TIES AT 37

    8. What is your favorite album by 15? Ultramagnetic MCs

    FUNK YOUR HEAD UP. BUT I AM NOT A PURIST, SO HELL, BEST KEPT SECRET RATES AS A TRUE ULTRA ALBUM AND TIES FOR FIRST
  • 100 Great Albums of 1993....

    6 Jun 2007, 11:51 de Cylob

    The "trough" between the twin peaks of Madchester/Grunge and Britpop.

    Trough?! My ass!! 1993 was one of the best years ever...

    100 GREAT ALBUMS OF 1993!
    Compiled at MAC.

    http://www.musicadvicecenter.com/covers/desks/AP.jpg

    5 Chinese Brothers - Singer Songwriter Beggarman Thief
    A Tribe Called Quest - Midnight Marauders
    The Afghan Whigs - Gentlemen
    Aimee Mann - Whatever
    American Music Club - Mercury
    Aphex Twin - On EP
    The Auteurs - New Wave
    Bad Brains - Rise
    Band Of Susans - Veil
    Belly - Star
    Benediction - Transcend the Rubicon
    Björk - Debut
    Black Moon - Enta Da Stage
    The Breeders - Last Splash
    Burzum - Det som engang var
    Carcass - Heartwork
    Carter The Unstoppable Sex Machine - Post Historic Monsters
    Chapterhouse - Blood Music
    Cocteau Twins - Four-Calendar Café
    Counting Crows - August and Everything After
    Cranes - Forever
    Curve - Cuckoo
    Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
    Darkthrone - Under a Funeral Moon
    David Bowie - Black Tie White Noise
    Dead Can Dance - Into the Labyrinth
  • The Pursuit of Happiness

    29 Sep 2006, 14:51 de rahardjo

    Actually I wrote this elsewhere:
    http://gbt.blogspot.com/2006/09/beauty-of-internet-picking-up-old-bits.html
    but I'll copy the entry here ...

    The beauty of Internet: picking up old bits and pieces

    I love the Internet! I do.

    I was reading something and read "the pursuit of happiness". That words remind me of something. Oh yes. They reminded me of a band with the same name, "The Pursuit Of Happiness" or TPOH. It's a Canadian band, if you're wondering. (Being in Canada for a while, I got used to Canadian bands. They were great!) I remembered a song I loved so much back then, but could not remember the name.

    No worries. The Internet can help me. Alas, search engine did not help. Try searching with "the pursuit of happines" gave wrong results. I was almost frustrated, but in the end I found what I was looking for, easy enought, at tpoh.net. The song I was looking for is "She's So Young". It's a beautiful pop rock love song. (The lyrics is not that great. …
  • I love MY WEBSITE!

    24 Ene 2006, 3:27 de gemineye1969

    After weeks of work, I've finished the redesign of my website www.gemineye1969.com. This version of the site has actual content and I'll be updating it frequently. I decided that my website should be a collection of the pictures I've taken since 2001, music, cool movies, hot babes and links to other sites that are interesting, useful or fun. I hope you'll check it out and then come back frequently for more. What's included in this relaunch:

    **personal pictures as recent as 1/22/2006 but dating back to 2002
    **A review of the band The Pursuit Of Happiness with six of their MP3s, and many more reviews to come!
    **rare live videos of Bill Hicks and The Doors
    **The Ren's Song of the Week: an MP3 from an artist you may have never heard of yet; this first week it's Minus the Bear.
    **A gallery of hi-res pictures of the lovely Scarlett Johansson and beautiful Bai Ling, with many more babes to come!
    **A very rare Star Wars cartoon from 1978 featuring the introduction of bounty hunter Boba Fett!
  • ....

    10 Ene 2006, 22:36 de Scratch2k

    I'm pretty new to this whole last.fm/scrobbler thingy and I find it facinating to now only analyse my own listening habits but those of other people too. This post is shameless attempt to attract people with similar tastes in the not-so-popular-but-great music that I listen to pretty regularly (although my profile may not show some of these since i've only been here a couple of weeks, I suppose).

    Anyway, without further ado, I present my list of bands that you have probably never heard of:

    v.Spy v.Spy - A great Australian band from the 80's/90's who were known for their politically charged lyrics, distinctive vocals and great guitar rock sound. They have disappeared from the face of the earth now but I read on their official website that the lead singer is now a chef, crazy.
    Magnum - These British rockers have been around as long as Aerosmith without the success and soundtrack work (hehe - I love Aerosmith too). Their early stuff was a little like Jetrho Tull and the lyrical content…