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30. Jul. 2013, 14:35 von emicomFri 26 Jul – Fuji Rock Festival 2013
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(Ronald Eldon (Ron) Sexsmith (born January 8, 1964) is a Canadian singer-songwriter, St. …
21. Mai. 2013, 21:30 von dthannahWell if you haven't heard, radio station Triple J is running a poll to find out the best songs of the last twenty years (1993 to 2012). Everyone gets twenty votes and I can tell you, it's tough finding 20 songs from out of my absolute favourites. It's taken me more than a week, so...
Here it is, the final list in no particular order:
Daft Punk - Aerodynamic (2001)
The Presets - My People (2008)
The Whitlams - Melbourne (1997)
Garbage - Only Happy When It Rains (1995)
Korn - Freak on a Leash (1998)
Ladytron - The Lovers (2008)
Ministry - Lay Lady Lay (1996)
Nine Inch Nails - Closer (1994)
Muse - Hysteria (2003)
Pulp - Disco 2000 (1995)
The Distillers - Coral Fang (2003)
The Grates - Burn Bridges (2008)
Kaiser Chiefs - I Can Do It Without You (2007)
The Prodigy - Voodoo People (1994)
The Smashing Pumpkins - Bullet With Butterfly Wings (1995)
Moby - Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad? (1999)
Radiohead - Paranoid Android (1997)
Röyksopp - Happy Up Here (2009)
The Chemical Brothers - Setting Sun (1997)
17. Mär. 2013, 21:03 von Moridin508Being a music lover can be difficult sometimes, after a while what you usually end up listening to is the same albums you were listening to when you were an angst filled teen. This is the case for me, and discovering new music tends to be a chore, especially since most of the 'new' music I'll find myself listening to is 40 to 50 years old.
So, i went on rolling stone today and checked out a few of their lists... 'best 100 albums from and picked out the albums I hadn't listened to but i liked the sound of, for example, The Downward Spiral. Nine Inch Nails never really used to appeal to me, and if I'm honest I can't say why. The whole gothic industrial rock sound wasn't really my thing... however, once i got past the enjoyable opening tracks and had Trent Reznor screaming, "I wanna fuck you like an animal, I wanna feel you from the inside!" I threw my inhibitions to the wind and plugged in my headphones; getting lost in my own imaginary downward spiral.
25. Apr. 2012, 13:11 von MonoOverloadIt’s been a hell of a long time coming. Marilyn Manson, once popular for up heaving the music industry, fell into a state of sorrow and stagnation following his 2003 effort The Golden Age Of Grotesque. Many followers would probably have you believe that 2001’s Holy Wood was the last “masterpiece” he put out with much of what has followed just filling the gaps and burning the bridges of his broken relationships and self pitying.
Born Villain is in essence a rebirth for the band and Marilyn Manson as a persona, only metaphorically speaking though as the record shamelessly steals bits and pieces from pretty much everything they have ever produced, this is in no way negative though and actually provides the album with a sturdy backbone and provides and instantly familiar feeling. As such, Villain is highly recommended as a starting point for the Manson uninitiated.
The opening track is a stomper, Hey, Cruel World… is a strong start and builds upon a distorted pulsating riff with guitars and breathy vocals. …
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30. Nov. 2011, 3:40 von spree0220Terribly bored these days....
They're listed in alphabetical order by artist/band, there was absolutely no specific formula for this. Some songs are on the list because I feel like it was an important song in history, others simply because I just think it's the greatest song ever made. Some day this list will be perfect in my eyes, and it will be 500 songs, not 300.
AC/DC - You Shook Me All Night Long
AC/DC - Highway to Hell
Alicia Keys - You Don't Know My Name
Animal Collective - Banshee Beat
Animal Collective - Winters Love
The Antlers - Two
Arcade Fire - Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)
Arcade Fire - Wake Up
Arcade Fire - Rebellion (Lies)
The Avalanches - Since I Left You
The Beach Boys - Wouldn't It Be Nice
The Beach Boys - God Only Knows
Beastie Boys - Intergalactic
Beastie Boys - Sabotage
The Beatles - I Want You (She's So Heavy)
The Beatles - Here Comes the Sun
The Beatles - Strawberry Fields Forever
The Beatles - Let It Be
The Beatles - In My Life
Belle and Sebastian - If She Wants Me
21. Jul. 2011, 2:56 von insoneohttp://userserve-ak.last.fm/serve/500/45977031/How+to+Destroy+Angels+HTDA+PNG.png
The Downward Spiral é a obra prima de Trent Reznor – o Sr. Nine Inch Nails. Sua Capela Sistina, seu OK Computer. Sua narrativa lírica e emocional sobre o mergulho de um homem rumo à autodestruição é um empenho existencial e niilista de poucos precedentes. Uma viagem tão profunda que o próprio Reznor afirma ter terminado o álbum psicologicamente exaurido. Fato é que o Nine Inch Nails demoraria quase dez anos para produzir o excelente With Teeth, de 2005. Dois anos depois surgiria Year Zero, meu preferido, com linguagem mais madura e intimista, e que foi sumariamente criticado pelos fãs. Reznor foi acusado de estar perdendo a vitalidade. E sua decisão em lançar um álbum com 36 faixas instrumentais – ou “trilha para se sonhar acordado” – apenas reforçou as críticas, resultando, após o lançamento do mediano The Slip (2009), no anúncio oficial do fim da banda.
18. Jun. 2011, 23:17 von Ale-Hexe