Gen 3 2009, 20:14 di neeshThese albums have shaped me into the wide-ranged aficionado I am today. I grew up in a household with my ma who came to the US from the Caribbean as a young woman in the late 60's (she's a fan of Elvis Presley and the Golden Oldies as well as Hindi/Bollywood tunes in addition to Trinidadian music, Norah Jones and appreciates anyone who's "got pipes on 'em") and two much older siblings. My brother was a house/club DJ so that shit was bumping constantly and is embedded in my brain. My sister was into R&B like Tevin Campbell, Jodeci and whatnot yet also smooth jazz. I was all about solo chick singers, Disney tunes, Show Tunes, Carnival music, salsa, merengue and dance hits from all eras (especially disco and club remixes of pop hits) until the fifth grade when I got my hands on Tragic Kingdom and Razorblade Suitcase. Thus began my foray into alternative rock, interrupted only for a brief moment when I became Bad Boy records obsessed as a tween. I first heard ... …
Ott 25 2007, 2:51 di nina__What was the last concert you attended?
June, Just Surrender, Scenes From A Movie, Farewell.
How many people were there?
Not very many, actually.
What bands have you seen in concert the most, and how many times?
Quit Your Life & Tough Call stupid amounts of time... The Audition, Spitalfield, Fall Out Boy, Greeley Estates, Gym Class Heroes, Brand New, The Academy Is... all six or more.
Do you have any set lists? From what bands?
Fall Out Boy, The Spill Canvas, The Academy Is..., New Found Glory
Do you have any drumsticks? From what bands?
Brand New & some locals, I don't know?
Have you ever had any songs dedicated to you?
Happy Birthday... On my birthday...
Are there any CDs in close proximity to you? Which ones?
Just Surrender - If These Streets Could Talk & Just Surrender - We're In Like Sin.
What band are you in the mood to see live right this second?
Have you ever been on a tour bus?
No. Van? Yes.
Set 28 2007, 4:33 di AxemRangers[19:15] Uninterpretative: it honestly does look like discogs for retarded people
It wasn't too long ago that I started seeing lots of folks on last.fm linking to pages on a site called "Rate Your Music," primarily for things like favorite album lists, but also in their profiles for no specific reason. Now, of course, for the longest time, I never followed or payed mind to these links at all. But as I started seeing more and more of them, I became embarrassingly intrigued as to why users on a music-oriented social networking site (of sorts) would be feverishly linking to another music-oriented social networking site. So, one day I pointed my Firefox to www.rateyourmusic.com and set up an account to see what it was all about.
After using many of the site's features, I can say with total conviction that I'm not at all sure what it is all about.
Rate Your Music ("RYM") appears to be a poorly conceived, unpleasant chimera of MySpace, last.fm and Discogs. It encourages the same sort of music discussion as last. …
Giu 2 2007, 16:02 di nina__May 31, 1996
Tim McGraw, Faith Hill
July 31, 1999
*NSYNC, Jordan Knight, Mandy Moore
February 17, 2000
March 3, 2001
Matchbox Twenty, Everclear
June 29, 2001
August 2, 2001
December 15, 2001
February 4, 2002
Linkin Park, Cypress Hill, Adema
August 18, 2002 - VANS WARPED TOUR 2002
Good Charlotte, MxPx, New Found Glory, N.E.R.D.
April 22, 2003
A Static Lullaby, Brand New, Orange Island, The Fight
June 27, 2003
Brand New, Senses Fail, Thunderbirds Are Now!
July 3, 2003
Reel Big Fish, Wakefield, Zebrahead
August 3, 2003 - VANS WARPED TOUR 2003
September 27, 2003
Saves The Day, Taking Back Sunday
October 3, 2003
Bowling for Soup, Army of Freshmen, Never Heard of It
October 4, 2003
Dashboard Confessional, Brand New
November 25, 2003
Brand New, Straylight Run, Eisley
February 21, 2004
Mest, Matchbook Romance, Fall Out Boy, Dynamite Boy
February 22, 2004
Fall Out Boy
April 14, 2004
Rufio, Senses Fail
Mar 2 2007, 19:43 di brandyinindianaSince everyone else seems to have one, here's the list of all the people that I've seen in concert (that I can recall at the moment). I wish I had the dates written down somewhere, but sadly, for most I wasn't that thoughtful. Ah well, here we go:
Dan Seals - First concert ever; sometime in the early 90’s; with my mom, was too young to remember much
Savage Garden W/ Billy Myers - Indiana State Fair - Sometime in the very late 90's
98 Degrees W/ Jessica Simpson & B*Witched - mom won the tickets
*N Sync W/ Jordan Knight, 3rd Story & The Sugarhill Gang - I won the tickets
98 Degrees W/ No Authority
Backstreet Boys W/ Krystal Harris - Black & Blue Tour: June 20th, 2001 - mom won the tickets
Soul Decision - Sometime in the Spring of 2001 - Meet & Greet afterwards
99.5 WZPL Uncle Sam Jam: July 1st, 2001 - mom won the tickets – the following seven were on two stages:
Evan and Jaron
Gen 4 2007, 2:54 di gimpyCHART #518: December 31st 2006
TW LW NW Artist Song Peak Weeks @ No.1
01 01 04 Within Temptation The Howling1 2
02 02 08 Daughtry It's Not Over 2
03 04 06 Avril LavigneKeep Holding On 3
04 03 07 Lennon No One Knows 1 2
05 07 07 The Veronicas Leave Me Alone 5
06 06 10 The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus Face Down 6
07 05 09 Megan McCauley Snake 5
08 08 18 Breaking Benjamin Breath 1 11
09 13 04 Dilana Supersoul 9
10 20 03 Vanilla Ninja Black Symphony 10
11 09 06 Beyonce Irreplacable 9
12 15 13 Three Days Grace Pain 12
13 10 14 Evanescence Lithium 5
14 11 10 Bif Naked Everyday 1 2
15 17 06 Ana JohnssonException 15
16 12 17 t.A.T.u. Loves Me Not 10
17 19 08 Flip & Fill Angel 17
18 21 07 Gracia Passion 18
19 23 09 Marianas Trench Say Anything 18
20 26 05 The Vincent Black Shadow Metro 20
Set 11 2006, 3:03 di Victor2KI am a big fan of the one-hit wonders, those bands that had one only hit and nothing else. Or those that have a song that is more keen to identify them than the rest.
I can point that the 80s has the most quantity of OHWs than ever. Maybe the sound and the style created this range of bands known for one song.
Here I do a list divided into International and Brazilian OHW. I hope you all can like and point something
here it is
Alannah Myles - Black Velvet
Lipps Inc. - Funkytown
Soft Cell - Tainted Love
Jordan Knight - Give it to You
Dexys Midnight Runners - Come On Eileen
The Outfield - Your Love
Martika - Toy Soldiers
Sisqo - Thong Song
Til' Tuesday - Voices Carry
Counting Crows - Mr. Jones
Unwritten Law - Seein' Red
Men Without Hats - The Safety Dance
M/A/R/R/S - Pump up the Volume
Fastball - The Way
Square Heads - Happy
Love & Rockets - So Alive
Baha Men - Who Let The Dogs Out?
Eiffel 65 - Blue
Mag 3 2006, 23:48 di sugarfreeJuly 31, 1999 NSYNC - Jordan Knight.
July 18, 2000 NSYNC - Pink. Innosense.
June 29, 2001 NSYNC - Eden's Crush 3LW.
September 15, 2002 Enrique Iglesias - Soluna. Paulina Rubio.
November 22, 2002 Shakira - Pay The Girl.
February 20, 2003 Sum 41 - The Starting Line. Authority Zero. No Use For A Name.
April 12, 2003 Good Charlotte & New Found Glory - Less Than Jake. The Disasters.
May 10, 2003 Avril Lavigne - Simple Plan. Gob.
July 25, 2003 Justin Timberlake & Christina Aguilera - Black Eyed Peas
August 10, 2003 The Beach Boys
August 17, 2003 LeAnn Rimes - Jessica Andrews, Marcel
August 18, 2003 Kelly Clarkson - Roxanne
October 12, 2003 Jason Mraz - Steadman
November 29, 2003 John Mayer - The Thorns
April 13, 2004 Switchfoot - Copeland
April 14, 2004 Britney Spears - Skye Sweetnam
December 3, 2004 The Libertines
October 29, 2005 Gwen Stefani - Black Eyed Peas
March 24, 2006 The Academy Is... - Panic! at the Disco. Hellogoodbye. Acceptance.
Apr 9 2006, 6:05 di NemesisVexWhat the hell is a guy who has just about every NUMBER GIRL recording doing with fucking Jordan Knight in his music library?
It was a matter of curiosity, really.
I was actually impressed with The Ego Has Landed, and for some reason, I thought Jordan Knight would be a good companion.
And it is, actually.
I despised New Kids on the Block when they were around because, well, they were no Duran Duran. At least Duran Duran wrote their own damn songs.
But Jordan Knight was released at the height of late '90s teen pop. A guy who actually paved the way for the likes of N'sync and 98 Degrees ended up opening for them on a 1999 tour.
The album itself is no pop music watershed -- nothing on the level of The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill or Like a Prayer. But it is the work of a guy who at one time had it all and who just wants to eke out a living with his radio-friendly voice.
I mean, could you imagine Knight remodeling himself in the way Alanis Morissette went from teen star to feminist siren? Actually…
Dic 11 2005, 9:14 di jennyukari98 Degrees
Because of You (single)
98 Degrees and Rising
Who Needs Guitars Anyways?
I'll Never Break Your Heart (single)
Backstreet Boys (Overseas Edition)
Backstreet's Back (Overseas Edition)
Larger Than Life (single)
Millenium (Hong Kong Version)
Black & Blue
Sooner or Later
Boyz II Men
Legacy: The Greatest Hits Collection
It's Better If You Don't Understand
All The Way... A Decade of Song
Darren Hayes (Australia)
The Tension And The Spark
Delta Goodrem (Australia)
A Fine Frenzy
One Cell In The Sea
Bomb In a Birdcage