Alistair! (has ANOTHER &&& is on the left of the picture), 19, hombre, Reino UnidoVisto por última vez: Marzo 2010

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Biffy ClyroSome Kind of Wizard 8 May 2010
JourneyDon't Stop Believin' 8 May 2010
PendulumWatercolour 8 May 2010
Tinchy StryderYou're Not Alone 8 May 2010
Ellie GouldingStarry Eyed 8 May 2010
Biffy Clyro9/15ths 8 May 2010
Lil Wayne3 Peat 4 May 2010
RadioheadParanoid Android 4 May 2010
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  • eunpurneul

    download freeFind, Listen or download music For Free! Over 42 million songs! User friendly!

    27 Jul 2011 Responder
  • logooaanlu

    Secretly Spy on Her. Want to bug a room on the cheap? Learn the truth! Listen to logs 24/7.

    25 Jul 2011 Responder
  • n0umena


    14 Feb 2011 Responder
  • new_noise

    Yeah, I am. Thanks for the kind words - we're writing a new album and all that. Hopefully we'll be able to record it sometime this year if money permits. It's really cool dudes like you from places like yours know about us. Also, a constant surprise. Not really used to it yet :)

    23 Feb 2010 Responder
  • hernameiscalla

    ah, what a nice thing to say. thanks x

    21 Feb 2010 Responder
  • nicklegend

    i did actually. it was better than the first light. although they are both pretty decent.

    31 Oct 2009 Responder
  • NavalPigsty

    haha i should be getting paid for this! really liked it. it was a longer song, but it didnt have the same dragged out feeling that the other one had, it was more developed. "choruses" felt right in place and fairly epic, "verses" were good too. not sure what more to say haha, i liked it anyway

    30 Oct 2009 Responder
  • GalaxiaRetro

    will do when I get the chance, bro.

    29 Oct 2009 Responder
  • NavalPigsty

    cool, lookng forward to hearing it man

    28 Oct 2009 Responder
  • NavalPigsty

    Right so, full review, good and bad - It's a little sloppy round the edges, but that's to be expected from a demo. Levels need to be fixed and that. Musically, lots of good ideas. Really like the heavy bit (suppose you could say the third "bit") Cool the way it picks up a little at the end but doesn't have a predictable ending. One thing is that the sections are pretty long without much variation. To me, they're all likeable riffs, they just drag on a little. Seems almost like you could put vocals over it - but not that you should. It has a lot of potential, keep with it, it's good stuff

    28 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Poveri

    Thank you, What is the musical diversity linked?

    6 Oct 2009 Responder
  • Poveri

    Hi. Interestingly description "about me" :)

    6 Oct 2009 Responder
  • davedmichael

    I Hear Sirens starts recording tomorrow morning my friend.. So you'll have some new tracks to listen to very soon!

    24 Sep 2009 Responder
  • davidmsy


    16 Sep 2009 Responder
  • GalaxiaRetro

    rightly so! love their lyrics, love Johnny Whitney <3

    12 Sep 2009 Responder
  • GalaxiaRetro

    sentiment's shared. fuck yeah for blood brothers.

    11 Sep 2009 Responder
  • davidmsy


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  • davidmsy

    you should

    24 Ago 2009 Responder
  • davidmsy

    and everything only having 1 play?! jesus.

    20 Ago 2009 Responder
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My band: (both demos fully streamable/free downloads)(Whales)

We are young, confident, affluent, and have no memory of tougher times. We’ve grown up in an era of never ending financial growth, and have expected things to stay that way. We’ve grown up in owner occupied homes with total acceptance of technology, global warming and terrorism. Our whole society has been based on consumerism for the past 15 years, making us dream consumers, yet we don’t know the difference between a credit card and a debit card, and we have no idea how much a pint of milk costs.

On average we have 800 illegally downloaded songs, and 1 in 8 of us spends more than 100 pounds a month on our mobile phone bill. We’ve never read a newspaper, and we’ve never used our chance to vote.

We allow our governments to make decisions without giving us all the facts. They send troops abroad who will die in order that we can steal resources from the people who have them. People who meant us little or no harm until we invaded their country. We allow those troops to commit horrendous atrocities and hang our alleged enemies for much less.

We’ve spent years entrusting our futures to our parents, our governments, the banks and the corporations who have continually lobbied for their own interests, and we’ve let them make selfish decisions that have left our society teetering on the edge of ruin.

We’re blinded from the information that would really shock us by stories of sex and sleeze which doesn’t make the smallest difference to our lives, and so we have no desire to do anything about the things that really do. We’ve watched as greed wipes billions of the worlds stock markets, destroys jobs and lives, and proves that capitalism is just as corruptible by human nature as communism.

These are tough times but we seek solace in our friends and Co-Conspirators, we make small differences in each other’s lives, and dream that we can make real progress.

- Maybeshewill, Sing The Word Hope In Four-Part Harmony