12. Dez. 2010, 3:15 von rastronomicals
19. Nov. 2009, 20:46 von Presuming_Rob1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)
2. Put it on shuffle
3. Press play
4. When you go to a new question, press the next button
5. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool...
1. Opening Credits:
Anaal Nathrakh - Blood Eagles Carved on the Backs of Innocents
2. Waking Up:
Black Label Society - Suicide Messiah
3. First Day At School:
Pink Floyd - One of These Days
4. Falling In Love:
Dissection - Feathers Fell
5. First Life Struggle:
Graveworm - Bloodwork
6. Breaking Up:
Bloodbath - Trail of Insects
Death - Empty Words
Metallica - Fade to Black
9. Mental Breakdown:
ZZ Top - Legs
Dethklok - Murmaider II: The Water God
Hypocrisy - Compulsive Psychosis
12. Getting back together:
Korpiklaani - Northern Fall
Bon Jovi - Bed Of Roses
14. Birth of Child:
Keep of Kalessin - Many Are We
15. Growing Older:
DevilDriver - The Fury Of Our Maker's Hand
13. Feb. 2009, 16:40 von andyfesthttp://image.allmusic.com/00/amg/cov200/drd600/d661/d66138chhd5.jpg
Greatest Hits by ZZ Top
8 (out of 10)
I've never been a huge ZZ Top fan. All I think about is long beards, sunglasses and the 80's. This time through their greatest hits made me try to listen for more, though. I've read Jimi Hendrix once called Billy Gibbons the best guitarist in the world and while I still think Jimi is better, the guitar work really is something to behold. Not just the technique but the tone and style as well. I still don't care for Legs or Cheap Sunglasses but I did find something about ZZ Top I can enjoy.
27. Mär. 2008, 0:21 von saronixThu 8 Jul – Rock The Bluff
My father managed to get the family tickets to this event, so when the concert was at hand we drove down quite early to see all the opening acts and eat french fries/donuts out of those travelling van/trailer things.
The opening acts were alright, but, in truth most bored me. I did like Crop Circle mainly for the song Mexican Cockfight and some choir/symphony from Calgary was cool. I forget what they were genre wise exactly.
But the real thrill by far was when ZZ Top took the stage.ZZ Top had some inventive suits on -- haha. Really shiny stuff. We sat quite far back, This was before I had gotten my glasses so it's a shame knowing I could have possibly seen better.
Although it didn't seem to matter to many people at this outdoor event. People seemed to shove their way upfront regardless of where they paid for seating. If I wasn't so polite, I'd probably have done the same thing. But I was kind of mad at people for doing that.
3. Dez. 2006, 8:40 von AlexTheMartianTotal number of tracks: 1,087
Total Length of Music: 2d:22h:34min
Sort by Song Title:
-First Song: 100 Years
-Last Song: Zombie
Sort by Time:
-Shortest Song: Welcome
-Longest Song: Daddy
Sort by Album:
-First Song: Wonderwall
-Last Song: Legs
Sort By Artist:
-First Song: Bartender
-Last Song: Legs
Sort By Genre:
-First Song: Everlong (Acoustic)
-Last Song: The Internet is For Porn
Top 10 Most Played Songs:
1) The View from the Afternoon
2) When the Sun Goes Down
3) I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor
4) Don't Look Back in Anger
7) Hear You Me
8) Black Hole Sun
9) Boys Don't Cry
First five songs that comes up on Shuffle:
1) Plug in Baby
2) Time Is Running Out
3) The Impression That I Get
4) X-Ecutioner Style (feat. Black Thought)
5) Mysterious Ways
"sex", how many songs come up? 5
"love", how many songs come up? 37
"you", how many songs come up? 104
"death", how many songs come up? 4
19. Jun. 2006, 18:36 von Cavale1. What are you listening to right now?
Continuous Beginnings - The Horrorist
2. What song makes you sad?
3. What is the most annoying song in the world?
Ummm Tubthumping. Or is it Who Let the Dogs Out?
4. Your all time favorite band?
That's way too hard!!! It's always changing! Right now it's Mommy and Daddy or Br. Danielson. I think. Oh go fuck yourself.
5. Your newly discovered band is?
The Prototypes, and the Yamasuki Singers, and Delta 9
6. Best female voice?
Karen O! Also Brody Dalle has an awesome scream
7. Best male voice?
Danielson, or Jack White
8. Music type you find yourself listening to most?
Right now I'm in a happy hardcore/electronic phase. I really like dark hardcore
9. What do you listen to to hype you up?
Happy Hardcore!! Or... Cato Salsa Experience is good for that
10. What do you listen to to calm down?
Pussy indie music like Br. Danielson, and Devandra Banhart, Rilo Kiley, The Shins
11. Last concert you went to?
7. Jan. 2006, 2:52 von Rex_MichaelusSo I'm back on campus, finally. Now that I'm finally off the dial-up, I can talk about the stuff I recently recieved and have been listening to over the break. I think it's easiest to go alphabetically by artist.
Drivin' N' Cryin' - I got two albums, Fly Me Courageous and Smoke. iTunes identified the genre as Country, but I don't think I would call it that. They were actually personal recommendations that my uncle sent my way. It's pretty good music, though I didn't listen to it enough to be able to name any standout tracks. The closest comparison I can make among other bands I've heard is Cinderella.
Hawthorne Heights - I got The Silence in Black and White from my cousin, who said he had no idea what it was, but that it simply looked like something I might find interesting. From what I'd heard about them before, I wasn't so sure about whether it would be an enjoyable experience. Though I've never hear any of their music before, after listening I was pretty sure that I had heard all of the songs a million times before…
29. Sep. 2005, 20:22 von wwfanzI made a mix CD the other day, and thought that since I was bored, I'd share the tracklisting. It's the first mix I've put together that actually describes me.
Overprotected (The Darkchild Remix)
Lonely girl feat. Linda Perry
Sick and Tired
Anything but Ordinary
I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman
Behind Those Eyes
(There's Gotta Be) More to Life
Take Me Away
Craving (I Only Want What I Can't Have)
Nothing Else Matters
I think that's all of them. I don't remember if it's the exact order, but it's pretty close.
11. Sep. 2005, 10:41 von ftfoiToday I set my mediaplayer to just randomly play through ALL of my music on the PC. After a short while it happened upon ZZ Top and the album Mescalero. That brought back a lot of memories so I needed to listen to the rest of the album and more of ZZ Tops music.
It's not the best album ZZ Top ever released, but it has their distinctive boogie rock style, and sometimes it is very nice to listen to them.
Sadly it looks like Mescalero is the only ZZ Top album I have transfered to my PC. Probably becuase it was the last one I bought.Think I need to find the six-pack and the rest of the albums and do some transfering. Then I could listen to classics like Sharp Dressed Man, Gimme All Your Lovin and Legs again without the need to explore my very cluttered CD-collection.
Good thing I don't have anything else to do this sunday. I need to finish some work, tidy the flat, call my girlfriend with some bad news and much more.