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Ott 30 2011, 13:45 di amandamelosa1. How did you get into 29?
Frente! My bestfriend lend me her cassete (well, actually that casette was my bestfriend's friend but she gave it to my bestfriend) on Junior High School.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22?
The Kills - Cheap and Cheerful
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33?
The Pierces - Go To Heaven
"You are absurd, you say the cutest thing I've ever heard."
4. What is your favorite album by 49?
Kim Hyun Joong
LOL, he's officially my guilty pleasure. But now it's 100% guilty, so... no, I don't know anything about his album.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own?
Just one, The begining of Beautiful Life - MALIQ & D'Essentials. And I just hear it once, LOL.
6. What is your favorite song by 50?
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad?
The Beatles? Mmmmm... no.
8. What is your favorite song by 15?
Lily Allen - Littlest Thing
9. What is your favorite song by 5?
Diana Krall - The Girl In The Other Room
Nov 24 2009, 22:29 di Serb2012http://imgipb.spark-media.ru/uploads/1240565370/gallery_6292_15989_729407.gif
Orbital - английская группа электронной музыки, созданная братьями Полом и Филом Хартнолл (Paul & Phil Hartnoll) в 1987 году, образовалась в городке Sevenoaks в графстве Kent. Группа распалась в 2004 году, но, почти за 20 лет своего существования, успела произвести настоящий фурор в электронной музыке. Стилистика коллектива была достаточно разнообразной, и в их творчестве можно было услышать элементы присущие таким музыкальным направлениям как idm, ambient, breakbeat и невероятно красивым techno и house мелодиям.
Orbital – один из тех довольно немногочисленных электронных коллективов, что сумели «оторваться от танцпола» и преодолеть приоритет хит-синглов, став (хотя и не сразу) группой альбомной и концертной – прерогатива, до сих пор остающаяся за рокерами. Команда выпустила серию сильных альбомов, сказав свое веское слово в таком направлении «электроники», как эмбиент-техно. …
Giu 7 2009, 19:29 di EvilynEvilyn1.How did you get into no.29?
The Mission : I can't even remember, I guess I found them on audiogalaxy once
2. What's the first song you ever heard by no.22?
This Mortal Coil: "Song to the Siren" I think, so beautiful.
3. Whats your favorite lyric by no.33?
Enya: "May It Be" or "On My Way Home"
4. How did you get into no.49?
Deine Lakaien: probably audiogalaxy, those where the days.
5. How many albums by no.13 do you own?
Fields of the Nephilim: 2.
6. What is your favorite song by no.50?
Love Spirals Downwards: "Will You Fade"
7. Is there a song by no.39 that makes you sad?
Hans Zimmer: One of the tracks from The Last Samurai soundtrack always makes me a bit sad. Just the feel of it makes me sad in a good way.
8. What is your favorite song by no.15?
Michael Kamen: The whole soundtrack to Band of Brothers.
9. What is your favorite song by no.5?
Nitzer Ebb: "Get Clean".
Apr 28 2009, 22:49 di provlearObviously a work in progress. Let me know if you have any additions or corrections.
30 Rock - Jeff Richmond
7th Heaven - Dan Foliart
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters - Drew Neumann
Ace Of Cakes - Motörhead
A Different World - Aretha Franklin
Adventure Time - Pendleton Ward
Airwolf - Sylvester Levay
Alfred Hitchcock Presents - Charles Gounod
ALF: The Animated Series - Shuki Levy
Alias - J.J. Abrams
All Creatures Great And Small - Johnny Pearson
All That - TLC
Amazing Stories - John Williams
American Dad! - Walter Murphy
American Dreams - Emerson Hart
American Gladiators - Bill Conti
America's Funniest Home Videos - Jill Colucci
Andy Richter Controls The Universe - Jason Cropper
Angel - Darling Violetta
Animaniacs - Richard Stone
Aqua Teen Hunger Force - Schoolly D
Are You Afraid Of The Dark? - Jeff Fisher
Are You Being Served? - Ronnie Hazlehurst
Arrested Development - David Schwartz
Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes - Shuki Levy
Ott 15 2008, 23:32 di nDroaehttp://www.last.fm/user/nDroae/charts/?charttype=weekly&subtype=artist&range=114
30 John Williams
He must be, well, who knows how many people's first favorite film composer. Certainly mine. My dad bought a best of Star Wars / Close Encounters CD about 1996, and I listened to it (or a cassette dub) as much as, if not more than, Carman.
As regards Carman...
Me: "Who's in the house?"
Them: Yes, that's how cool people speak.
Me: Oh, okay.**
My two favorite sequences of notes from that time are "Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee" and the intro to "Great God."
*pounds on table with fists*
**four or five years later:
Me: CONTEMPORARY Christian music!
Cousin: Jesus Christ! Jesus Christ! Jesus Christ the LORD!
Me: They say other things too! (I think!)
Then I came home from Scotland and got a Relient K CD... another year later....
24 Harry Gregson-Williams
I, uh, I was "catching up" the scrobble counts. …
Lug 19 2008, 5:20 di onthewall2983In an effort to make this blog more interesting, I'm going to carry on something of a new tradition I started in my LiveJournal account. It makes more sense to post it here now, since this site is music-oriented Taking certain songs as they come on my iPod and describing their sonic and personal resonances. Here is an abridged and edited version of my original posts.
Jeff Buckley - Mojo Pin (Grace): A really good start to this, not to mention an amazing album opener. To the virgin listener, the marriage of the ethereal and heavy aspects of this song get you in the gut and it doesn't let you go until the song finishes. You never leave that experience the same, and better for it to the initiated of those who revere this album in the highest regard.
Pink Floyd - Biding My Time (Relics): I can count all the great Floyd songs that are sadly under-rated on my hand. Wait, actually both. Actually, I should probably include my toes as well. …
Apr 30 2008, 16:36 di sjuggeI can highly recommend a listening session of the Comus Group Member Radio.
A wide blend of genres and artists based on the scrobbles of the members including Opeth, Jeff Buckley, King Crimson, Pink Floyd, Autechre, Faith No More, Morte Macabre, Michael Kamen, Isis, Amiina, Ulver, Frank Zappa, Led Zeppelin, Out of Focus, Kevin Ayers, DJ Shadow, Porcupine Tree, The Future Sound of London & Scott Walker.
... or get on to the Comus group.
Nov 17 2007, 19:26 di Zeppledelinhttp://img413.imageshack.us/img413/7418/093smik2.jpg
Metallica – S&M
“Are you alive? How does it feel to be alive? Show me!”
A couple of years ago, you might have found me saying that this was the greatest album of all time. As I’ve said so many times in my other journals, I was a bit of an idiot back then. Even so, I still regard this record as one of the truly great live albums out there. Maybe I’ve bashed Metallica a bit too much recently? Or maybe not.
What usually bothers me a bit with Metallica, and most of the overly macho metal bands of the 80’s, is that they do some kind of half-assed attempts of being heavy, cool, manly, tough, I don’t know what. And a lot of people embrace them as just that. Myself, I think it becomes a bit of a self-parody, and it turns to being, in some sort of way, strangely and annoyingly pompous. It doesn’t seem they have the necessary insight to be true advocates of stupid rock (like The Stooges, to name one). …