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  • Phil_PorcoDio

    Silver Blueberry from Houston, TX! http://www.last.fm/music/Silver+Blueberry

    18 Set 0:21 Rispondi
  • elbistek

    Sure!!!, You can try to listen http://www.lastfm.es/music/The+National , ....I see in Your list some new bands for me, Can you suggest someone???

    4 Ago 3:20 Rispondi
  • elbistek

    Hola, You have a nice musical taste

    1 Ago 16:42 Rispondi
  • arrazolavguille

    Hello there! thank you for accepting the friend request, you have a great tracklist, greetings from Mexico and have a good week :)

    21 Lug 19:20 Rispondi
  • Marentora06

    Hi my friend! ;) I hadn't so much time, because of my final exams in high school, but everything is done and I'm waiting for the results. I hope, I get to the Finnish studies at the University of Warsaw. My life changed, but now I'm happy, because I do what I really want :) Recently I started a cooperation with a band called Reskrypt. My friends needed some help to promote their music, I was interested in their music skills and I thought I help them a little bit. Here's their fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/Reskrypt - they need likes to go on their first tour. You can listen their music here, there are 2 movies from the studio, but they need a support to make something more and go on stage. They won a music competition, but in Poland everything is harder. If you can, I'll be grateful for your help :) And what's about you?

    19 Giu 13:43 Rispondi
  • Mortenmetal

    When I read: ...I want to know life better, I want to know new people, new languages, new books and new music. Which is why I am here... I felt that was I, which was speaking! You are fantastic! A curious mind, and in constant search of knowledge. There is so much, that the life is too short to get bored!

    22 Apr 14:19 Rispondi
  • wilburfan48

    I almost forgot Tom Robbins' Even Cowgirls Get the Blues.

    15 Apr 20:39 Rispondi
  • wilburfan48

    This is a great age to start discovering the great literature. Catcher In The Rye told me that I was not alone. It's impact on my life was profound and lasting. Perhaps it's time to reread it with the perspective of a few years. Other books that influenced me greatly were Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle, Ken Kesey's One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Joesph Heller's Catch 22, William Golding's Lord Of The Flies, James Joyce's A Portrait Of The Artist As A Young Man, Jack Kerouac's On The Road, Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar. Other favorite authors of my late teens & early 20s included F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby, John Steinbeck's Of Mice And Men, D.H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley, Hemingway's The Old Man And The Sea], Mark Twain's Huck Finn, Hermann Hesse's Steppenwolf. By the time that I reached my mid twenties, I had read almost all of these authors works. Like music, so many books, so little time.

    15 Apr 20:34 Rispondi
  • RomanKalinkin

    Попробуй On-the-go, особенно первый EP и альбом

    28 Mar 6:50 Rispondi
  • Static_Voice

    Отвечаю на реквест: Mavis,sing!, New Desert Blues, Sad Lovers and Giants, Ocean Jet, Kiss Kiss, The Presets, Ashbury Heights, Umbilicus, Kap Bambino, Soviet Siviet, Wolfsheim, Bondage Fairies, Soul Sister Dance Revolution, Sounds Like Violence, My Dad is Dead, She Wants Revenge, Guano Apes. Надеюсь, найдёте себе что-нибудь по вкусу, Аннушка.

    24 Mar 6:53 Rispondi
  • lostineternity9

    You're welcome and ... yes I did, Elysian songs are so very addictive :))

    20 Mar 20:31 Rispondi
  • lostineternity9

    Hi! Thanks for accepting :))

    19 Mar 21:31 Rispondi
  • EmielC_

    Btw, I'm impressed to see someone else that has read Catcher in the Rye, I read it a couple of years ago, but I think I'll have to re-read it some time again, because I think I missed the point :P

    9 Mar 19:31 Rispondi
  • EmielC_

    Hahaha, you're not the first one to say that :P

    9 Mar 19:25 Rispondi
  • EmielC_

    Hah, and yet another answer to your cry for 'new music' (I come from the Heavy Young Heathens page). Maybe you'd like bands like "Chef'Special" "Beware of Darkness" and "The Presidents of the United States of America". "Foxy Shazam" is entertaining aswell (their last two albums though..).

    9 Mar 11:32 Rispondi
  • jayindie93

    So I know it's belated, but I just saw your post on The Futureheads' artist page and I wanted to lend a couple of recommendations. Here are some bands with some definite tracks you should check out: Static Jacks: "Wallflowers," "My Parents Lied," "Whoa, Whoa, Whoa," "Defend Rosie," "Into The Sun," "Walls," "I'll Come Back," "Ninety Salt," "Party Favors," and "Zombie Prom." Bombay Bicycle Club: "Magnet," "Always Like This," "Evening/Morning," "Beg," "Shuffle," "Luna," "Carry Me," and "Feel." Little Comets : "Adultery," "One Night in October," "A Little Opus," "Violence Out Tonight," "Worry," "Little Italy," and "Coalition of One." Last Dinosaurs: "Zoom," "Time & Place," "Alps," "Weekend," "Sunday Night," and "School Is So Easy." Glass Towers: "Jumanji," "Tonight," "In The City," "Castles," "Halcyon," and "The Best of Friends"

    27 Feb 23:06 Rispondi
  • Trveheimer

    try the band "warpaint" :P

    26 Feb 17:42 Rispondi
  • TheMelANNcholic

    v There is no such thing as 'too much Fall Out Boy', man! :D

    25 Feb 14:50 Rispondi
  • ll-ll-ll

    too much fall out boy!

    24 Feb 21:34 Rispondi
  • Randall_8

    Hi! You can try with: Bastille, Savages, !!! (Chk Chk Chk), American Hi-Fi, HAIM or Foals, enjoy it ;)

    23 Feb 20:05 Rispondi
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Descrizione







Hi guys, Ann here. I'm an Art History student,

a self-forgetful bookworm,

an insatiable music collector

and a lover of 50s' fashion and music.



Yeah, I am. I wish I could have lived back in 50s and 60s. A lot of awesome things were going on back then, like J.D. Salinger, for instance, a writer that had touched my heart so deeply it nearly hurt. I'm myself going through the rye presently, being eighteen and having a very vague idea of what is this all about, and everything in J.D.'s books is painfully relatable.




I'm generally obsessed with reading, and I've read nearly all the classics of XIX and XX century literature (Dickens, Jane Austen, Thackeray, Oscar Wilde, Virginia Woolf, Harper Lee, William Faulkner, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Chekhov, Bulgakov etc etc etc; you name it and we'll discuss it) and I guess that gives me a reason not to like all of them and save all my love for Erich Maria Remarque, J.D. Salinger and to a great extent Stephen Fry. If there is something I hate it's the unsubstantiated judgement and prejudice. Being an Art History student, I face these all the time. My mission is to learn to speak of Art and culture as unobtrusively and objectively as possible. And to get a PhD, too, and hopefully become a hotshot Art History professor. That is all I need from life, and basically it's all about knowledge. I want to know my subject extremely well, I want to know life better, I want to know new people, new languages, new books and new music. Which is why I am here. I bet you have a couple of bands that you believe more people should know about. Well, I am that potential audience, suggest them to me right now!

The [ridiculously short] seen-live list. The fun fact about it, though, is that these guys are my absolute favorite people in the world of music. And in the whole world, if it comes to that. And I've seen them both about only two months apart from each other. They've been living somewhere at the back of my head for about five years now. It was more than nice to see them in the real world for a change.

Fall Out Boy, St Petersburg, A2 club, 30th of July

I will sing to you every day
If it will take away the pain
Oh and I’ve heard you got it, got it so bad
'Cause I am the best you’ll never have

Serj Tankian ft. Philharmonic Orchestra, St Petersburg, Big Concert Hall Octyabrsky, 28th of September

Behind closed eyes lie
The minds ready to awaken you,
Are you at war with land
And all of its creatures?
Your not-so-gentle persuasion
Has been known to wreck economies
Of countries, of empires,THE SKY IS OVER...



This is what I was mostly like at both gigs. I think my ribcage will forever hurt due to all the happiness it couldn't accommodate on these two nights.




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