Gen 23 2015, 20:13 di sonofawidow
Mar 19 2013, 5:31 di beasddHere are my favorite albums from different genres:
1) The Lawrence Arms - The Greatest Story Ever Told
2) Saves the Day - Through Being Cool
3) Blink 182 - Blink 182
1) The Appleseed Cast - Low Level Owl Vol. 1/Low Level Owl Vol. 2
2) Minus the Bear - Planet of Ice
3) Modest Mouse - The Moon and Antarctica
1) Circa Surive - Juturna
2) Coheed and Cambria - In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3
3) The Fall of Troy - Doppelgänger
1) Bear vs. Shark - Terrorhawk
2) Cursive - Domestica
3) Bear vs. Shark - Right Now, You're In The Best Of Hands...
1) Washed Out - Within and Without
2) Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavillion
3) Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow
1) Flying Lotus - Until the Quiet Comes
2) Tycho - Dive
3) Flying Lotus - Cosmogramma
Nas - Illmatic
The Lawrence Arms - Cocktails & Dreams &…
Mag 2 2011, 14:02 di ohliverobotzmanSome of these are obviously speculative:
36 Crazyfists = Title of a 1977 martial arts film directed by and starring Jackie Chan.
Amon Amarth = The Sindarin translation of Mount Doom, a volcano in J.R.R. Tolkien's book series, "The Lord of the Rings."
As I Lay Dying = Title of a novel by William Faulkner.
Atreyu = Character from the novel and film, "The NeverEnding Story."
Between the Buried and Me = Lyrics from the Counting Crows' song, "Ghost Train."
The Black Dahlia Murder = Reference to the unsolved 1947 murder of Elizabeth Short.
Casey Jones = Character from the cartoon series, "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles."
Catch 22 = Title of a novel by Joseph Heller.
Chiodos = Reference to the filmmakers Stephen, Charles, and Edward Chiodo.
The Devil Wears Prada = Title of a novel by Lauren Weisberger.
The Dillinger Escape Plan = Reference to the infamous Depression-era bank robber, John Dillinger, who escaped from jail twice.
Mar 16 2011, 11:18 di ghostship13day 01 - your favorite songBear vs. Shark Kylie <3
day 02 - your least favorite songJourney Don't Stop Believing
day 03 - a song that makes you happy Portugal. The Man Shade
day 04 - a song that makes you sad Alexisonfire Little Girls Pointing And Laughing
day 05 - a song that reminds you of someone A Day to Remember Have Faith in Me
day 06 - a song that reminds you of somewhere Maps & Atlases The Ongoing Horrible (Canada 2008 :))
day 07 - a song that reminds you of a certain eventDanny Byrd Tonight(Hospitality Oxford)
day 08 - a song that you know all the words to Sir Mix a Lot Baby Got Back
day 09 - a song that you can dance toWigfield Saturday Night
day 10 - a song that makes you fall asleep Chad VanGaalen Chronograph #1
day 11 - a song from your favourite band mewithoutYou Bullet to Binary
day 12 - a song from a band you hateNickelback Photograph
day 13 - a song that is a guilty pleasure Jesse McCartney Leavin'
day 14 - a song that no one would expect you to love Kimya Dawson France
Feb 27 2011, 23:14 di Adrian347I. End of year lists
II. Albums I listened to (plus those I deleted)
III. EPs, splits and singles I listened to
IV. Albums I didn't get to
V. EPs, splits and singles I didn't get to
Thanks to anyone who reads this. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
I. TOP 20 LPs OF 2011!
1. Radiohead – The King of Limbs
2. Touché Amoré – Parting the Sea Between Brightness and Me
3. Africa Hitech – 93 Million Miles
4. Thursday – No Devolución
5. Trap Them – Darker Handcraft
6. Shabazz Palaces – Black Up
7. Battles – Gloss Drop
8. Colin Stetson – New History Warfare Vol. 2: Judges
9. James Blake – James Blake
10. Bon Iver - Bon Iver
11. St. Vincent - Strange Mercy
12. Andrew Jackson Jihad - Knife Man
13. Braids - Native Speaker
14. Funeral for a Friend - Welcome Home Armageddon
15. Mogwai - Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will
16. Defeater - Empty Days & Sleepless Nights
17. Death Grips - Exmilitary
18. Zomby - Dedication
19. The Antlers - Burst Apart
20. Balam Acab - Wander / Wonder
Lug 12 2010, 13:50 di UpTheAldena fine boat, that coffin
Eine Frage: Design oder Fratze? (Translated: One Question: Style or Grimace?)
Ins Fernsehen?! Wo Muss Ich Unterschreiben? (Translated: I Can Be on TV? Where Do I Sign Up?)
Yo Soy Milk
Look Down (Because the Ground Is Easier to Understand and Doesn't Take So Much
Work to Figure Out But I'd Rather Not Know Where I'm Standing and Have An Idea
of What Life Is All About.)
Reciting Poetry with a Full Mouth
We're Not Dutch, But We Wear These Wooden Shoes Like We're From Montana
Oh, You Must Have Mistaken John Elway For Someone Who Can't Throw A Vortex The Length of a Football Field
If I'm Correct, There Should Be A Song Around Here Somewhere. Oh Yeah, Here It Is!
In Conclusion, I'm Not Big On Quizzes, But Come Crunch Time or when It Counts, I'll Be There
I Don't Care How Many Times You've Seen Fight Club, You Are Not Tyler Durden
**** (Four Stars)
Feb 27 2010, 19:15 di Linneyyy
Feb 20 2010, 7:32 di Khanatist? ..
What is THAT supposed to mean, again?
Hear, hear. Not only did that Khanatist guy not even bother to come up with a proper Top 50 year list, as he traditionally used to all the years before - well, how could you, if all you scrobble in one goddamn year is the latest fail in the wobbling excuse for a genre called dubstep - he also missed the deadline for decade lists by WEEKS and now tries to hand one in later with the obviousness of an obvious troll! Hell, the 10's are almost over, I gotta be kidding, right?
This wasn't easy for me. I've done this list thing before, more than once, and have my music sorted pretty well (pedantically, actually); no, I had to struggle with something else.
It's just so deeply emotionally affecting.
My active passion for music started in the year 2000, or at least my attempts to look beyond the things which get played on the radio and on TV. (There were milestones before; I could drop names such as Kate Bush…
Dic 31 2009, 3:51 di RETEDBored...wandering about my own page and I realize I can do a whole journal thing? Eh...its the end of the year, and everyone and their mothers doing a "best of" so why not me...A look at my charts tell me these are my top 10s for 2009:
10: Metallica (notice that for the most part that its only pre-2000 Metallica)
9: Foo Fighters (Dave Grohl attempting to sing "Stairway to Heaven" (key word: attempting) is awesome
8: Eminem (Relapse came out, figured I brush up on Encore before checking it out)
7: The Killers ("Spaceman" wasnt memorable, yet it was compelling)
6: Matchbox Twenty (And yet I STILL havent picked up Exile on Mainstream)
5: Linkin Park (Not entirely sure why. They havent been all that great since that whole Jay-Z Collision Coarse thing)
4: Rise Against (For a bunch of tools, theyre good...as long as you ignore their cry baby political songs)
3: Avenged Sevenfold (Tim Burton should give them a call and tell Danny Elfman to fuck off)
Dic 3 2009, 22:05 di roboturrrnehh