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161. Posted: Sun 6th Dec 2009 06:19 GMT
Let's get some bad religion on here too.
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162. Posted: Sun 6th Dec 2009 20:47 GMT
I keep listening to this lately.
.Sounds rather similar to this song
.Which evolved into this
All great stuff nonetheless. Some people have edited those 3 songs into one and named it "Life In Technicolor III" if anyone's interested. Actually sounds pretty decent.
Edited on Sun 6th December, 2009 @ 20:56 by Terra
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163. Posted: Mon 7th Dec 2009 11:36 GMT
For once, I was able to find official videos that weren't blocked for embedding
Edited on Mon 7th December, 2009 @ 12:02 by Terra
164. Posted: Mon 7th Dec 2009 12:04 GMT
I don't do songs about love, ew!
This morning, I've been in the following mood...
i need to check back thru this thread, I've missed loads D:
165. Posted: Mon 7th Dec 2009 12:35 GMT
I've been loving the new Flight of the Conchords album recently
This is good
166. Posted: Mon 7th Dec 2009 12:49 GMT
Have you heard sugar lumps or friends?
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167. Posted: Mon 7th Dec 2009 13:02 GMT
I've been listening to Yoko Kanno's Cowboy Bebop soundtrack again.
168. Posted: Mon 7th Dec 2009 20:19 GMT
Couple of classics of RadioheadI would have posted the real music video for Paranoid Android, but some parts may not be appropriate
Couple of classics of Radiohead
I would have posted the real music video for Paranoid Android, but some parts may not be appropriate
Good man! Guess what my favorite band is? [nods at name]
Edited on Mon 7th December, 2009 @ 20:20 by Kid_A
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169. Posted: Sun 13th Dec 2009 12:00 GMT
Me, my brother and girlfriend are off to see The Pogues in Manchester tonight, it has become a family tradition for us to see them live at Christmas over the last three years. You could say that The Pogues are in my blood, since my brother used to pry The Dubliners out of my dad's car stereo to play 'Red Roses For Me', when I was eight. My dad was having none of it at first, but gave up in the end, he was a persistent li'l rapscallion my brother!Anyway my favourite Christmas song of all time is obviously 'Fairytale of New York' What is your one pick, as your very most favourite Christmas song?
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170. Posted: Sun 13th Dec 2009 12:29 GMT
Me, my brother and girlfriend are off to see The Pogues in Manchester tonight, it has become a family tradition for us to see them live at Christmas over the last three years. You could say that The Pogues are in my blood, since my brother used to pry The Dubliners out of my dad's car stereo to play 'Red Roses For Me', when I was eight. My dad was having none of it at first, but gave up in the end, he was a persistent li'l rapscallion my brother!Anyway my favourite Christmas song of all time is obviously 'Fairytale of New York'
What is your one pick, as your very most favourite Christmas song?
This is the only christmas song that I can stand to listen to, my dads a big pogues fan and has seen them many times over the years so I too have listened to them a lot through my life, they are brilliant though, especially live, its just amazing Shane Macgowan is still with us, and even more so the fact that after all these years The Pogues haven't lost it.
Edited on Sun 13th December, 2009 @ 13:06 by Stevie
171. Posted: Sun 13th Dec 2009 12:41 GMT
@Stevie You are spot on there mate, I must be honest and admit that the extent to which MacGowan has lived through excess is apparent from his vocal delivery live now. The atmosphere is completely magic and electrical though, I think that everyone is just hyped up to get the chance to see him perform. Just imagine if you were able to see them play live in their '80s heyday, that would be a gig to remember.
172. Posted: Sun 13th Dec 2009 21:21 GMT
Phoenix just might be the best pop band in the world. I saw them a couple nights ago in concert, and it was life changing.
173. Posted: Sun 13th Dec 2009 21:27 GMT
Believe it or not, I actually like some of Miley Cyrus's music.
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174. Posted: Mon 14th Dec 2009 18:12 GMT
jack white is awsomness
Edited on Mon 14th December, 2009 @ 18:18 by Sony_70
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175. Posted: Wed 30th Dec 2009 16:46 GMT
I've been buying a lot of music recently. Just before Christmas, I bought Keane's Under The Iron Sea album and Yesterday I bought quite a few more CD's off Amazon as I'm starting my own collection instead of just borrowing from my Dad's collection and other people. I got all these for £15
I also bought earlier today Five For Fighting: Brothers In Arms (Single) and with those Amazon purchases, I got £3 worth of MP3 downloads so I also bought The Killers: Sawdust. In keeping with posting music videos, here's a cover version of Joy Division's Shadowplay by The Killers
Edited on Wed 30th December, 2009 @ 16:54 by Terra
176. Posted: Wed 30th Dec 2009 16:54 GMT
@JamieO...Fairytale of New York is one of the best Christmas songs. I've liked the Pogues since the 80s but sadly have never seen them. On a happy note though, I am going to see Bob Mould when he plays here in March.
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177. Posted: Wed 30th Dec 2009 16:56 GMT
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178. Posted: Wed 30th Dec 2009 18:59 GMT
@shingi_70 - I love that song by The Dead Weather
This is a friend of mines band from my home town Doncaster who are amazing and are on their way to being big and have recently suported Dinosaur Jnr. Check it out
179. Posted: Wed 30th Dec 2009 19:15 GMT
@Stevie Hmm pretty good. Kinda Nirvana/ Arctic Monkey's ish.... Like it. Have they signed to a label yet?
What's this bit for again?
180. Posted: Wed 30th Dec 2009 19:28 GMT
No their not signed to a label as of yet although they do have sponsership from some guitar company and have been on BBC:introducing, check out some of their songs on their myspace page here, my personal favorite that is on there is probably Ghost Train.
Edited on Wed 30th December, 2009 @ 19:29 by Stevie