5. Jan. 2008, 3:03 von leandrow
26. Dez. 2007, 17:46 von Vader13This took forever to be finished. I was never really pleased with the list and quite possibly I won't be with this one tomorrow ;P
Don't complain about language problems.
But please comment, this took a lot of time to be done.
Anyways, start the show
Where The Wolves Fear To Tread
Stumbled over them by coincidence, but loved them right away. Can't wait for an album.
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters Colon The Soundtrack
Soundtracks never show up in my lists, but this needs to be mentioned. Most of the songs lyrics refer to the show or the movie, witch makes it even more funnier; f.e. Cut You Up With A Linoleum Knife:
"Don't talk, watch!
Don't talk, watch!
You came here. Watch it.
Don't like it? Walk out.
We still have all your ****ing money.
Do not nudge, kick or jiggle the seat in front of you.
I'm sitting there!
I am everywhere at once
and I will cut you up.
6. Dez. 2007, 16:05 von djwingsToo much hate's going around my journals, so I decided to do a shuffle quiz.
Open up your music player of choice (XMMS! :-) and enable shuffling. Answer the questions with the songs that come up.
01. Why did you decide to take this quiz?
Track: I'm Looking Forward to Joining You, Finally
Artist: Nine Inch Nails
Comments: Other people did it. :-)
02. Where will you meet your husband/wife?
Track: Make Me Bad
Comments: A dark alley. 0.o
03. Where will you "hug" your wife/husband for the first time?
Track: The Day the World Went Away
Artist: Nine Inch Nails
Comments: Took me long enough!
04. What is your secret dream?
Track: Devil in Jersey City
Artist: Coheed and Cambria
Comments: To rule over hell and force the Devil to live in the closest thing.
05. What song will they be playing at the morgue when they'll perform your autopsy?
Comments: ...Draw your own conclusions...
27. Nov. 2007, 2:42 von disturbedkiwiNo one would have believed in the last years of the twentieth century that two bands were going to produce solo projects that would baffle and confuse mortal man.
I speak of Limp Bizkit and Tool.
Now, Limp Bizkit are who they are. Yes, there's a great heaping of sad rhyme schemes and self pity. The whole 'poor me, the media hate me' schtick got laied on far too thick too fast by Fred Durst. But the last album they put out (The Unquestionable Truth Part One) isn't too bad for an EP length piece of material. And his shouty rapping actually fits in with the riffs andmusic that he's rapping over which makes a change from some of the laboured offering he gave in the past.
But the general impression of the band as being mindless nu-metal riffs is fairly accurate. Personally, although my perception of them can waver back and froward, on the whole I enjoy flipping on a Limp Bizkit track now and then because sometimes something mindless is all you want. …