29. Dez. 2010, 14:53 von HoosierBallz
11. Aug. 2009, 20:58 von Babs_05Track: Fools Gold (full length)
Artist: The Stone Roses
Album: Turns Into Stone (1992)
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[ Official Website celebrating 20th Anniversary of debut ]
If you don't have The Stone Roses eponymous debut album, you should get it. I have had this album since 1989 or 1990 and hand on heart, I don't think I could live without it. When my first copy was stolen, I went out and bought another one. Didn't even think twice.
It has been hard to pick one track from the album, so I've decided to go for the track that isn't on the original but a lot of people think is. "Fools Gold/What the World Is Waiting For" is a double A-side which reached number eight on the UK Singles Chart in November 1989. It has been re-released this year as part of the 20th Anniversary celebration and…
24. Okt. 2007, 3:49 von becca825(I don't do single tracks... It's either an entire album or none at all. Except for.. uh.. Oasis.)
I'm so pathetically trendy... I'm trying to get everything I own (that I still enjoy listening to!) on here... I'm going to keep updating this... For my own personal benefit really.
Amy Winehouse - Back to Black
Aqualung - Strange and Beautiful
Arctic Monkeys - Favourite Worst Nightmare
Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
The Beatles - Abbey Road
The Beatles - Beatles for Sale
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night
The Beatles - Help!
The Beatles - Let It Be
The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour
The Beatles - Revolver
The Beatles - Rubber Soul
The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Beatles - The White Album
The Beatles - With The Beatles
Ben Harper - Diamonds On The Inside
Ben Harper - Fight For Your Mind
Ben Harper - Welcome To The Cruel World
Ben Harper - The Will to Live
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals - Burn to Shine
12. Feb. 2007, 12:50 von goodmanturnbad
22. Jan. 2007, 5:30 von finalbossI'm selling the majority of (what's left of) my CD collection. If you live in the Montreal region and are
interested in buying one or some of these, write me a message and we can try to arrange something.
This collection is comprised mostly of what might be called alternative. There are a few albums from other
styles - experimental, punk, psychedelic, singer-songwriter, and metal. I've enjoyed most of these CDs. They
are mostly in very good condition - a few in good and quite a few in like new condition. They should all play
fine. If you can make use of any of these, let me know!
I can't hold any CDs for anyone - they will be sold on a first appointment basis. I also don't plan on shipping
any CDs - they're only for people who are willing to buy in person in the Montreal downtown area.
I'll be updating the status of CDs by editing this journal. See the following link for more info and for
6. Jan. 2007, 9:34 von mrjoeToday I was merrily skipping beside the palm trees when who but Al Capone should grab me from the side and take me to JB-Hi Fi. Well, I was less than impressed but took the opportunity to get
Road to Rouen
Turns Into Stone
Just a tad annoyed with myself now though as I have $60 in front o' me and at the time I din't think to grab The Eraser or any Broken Social Scene album.
Very pleased other than that though, I've been meaning to buy that Kasabian album and any Pumpkins album for a couple of year now.
5. Jan. 2007, 7:36 von spacechefok let's see. christmas has come and gone and in its wake i got a clutch of new CDs, all with their unique character and background.
First is the holy brotherhood of The Cure, a band whose later work has gotten much flack as most later work by any artist does. I however am a huge defender of Smith and co. and must say that The Cure is fantastic. It starts out as most Cure albums start, with a dark rocker, however this particular one ("Lost") rocks harder than any predecessor. The album then continues down the dark path, but not in such a brooding, sometimes boring way that Bloodflowers was sometimes guilty of. It even lightens up in the second half with some lovely, poppier numbers such as "(I Don't Know What's Going) On", and "Taking Off", although i delves into decent but ignorable material in the end.
Check Out: "Before Three" and "alt.end"
The CD Version of the First Two Records