Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by tennisplayer1981, May 13, 2008.
Child in time
still the chills on my skin
I love´em, just found amazing " The happy house" when i first got onto it, so many yrs ago...
kristin hersh - sky motel
Oh the eerieness, Castalia by Yellow Magic Orchestra
WOWOW, have not heard anything by that group for 34 yrs!
They talk to me, them and Stiff Little Fingers, its like they know my life.
The Rolling Stones with Little T & A....
Divine -Shoot your shot
Kacey Musgrave-Same trailer different park
St. Germain: Rose Rouge
the wind from outside
Jean-Michel Jarre - Zoolookologie
Had I lived in the '80s... It kind of personifies everything '80s, especially the video. Long live the Fairlight CMI!
This amazing album that has blown me away. For the whole world to see by Death.
here is the wiki article link
And the you tube
Thanks so much for sharing.
It's Ridge Racer! RIIIIIIIIIIIIIDGE RACER!
Bach's Chaconne (with Federer playing Bennet on telly mute.)
Groove Armada - Whenever, Wherever
Midnight Star - Midas Touch
Yamaha DX7, Simmons drums, TWO keytarists, and a suit on the lead singer that I would SO use when I graduate on Wednesday. Music videos doesn't get any better than this.
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Behind the Mask
Sums me up pretty well. Somewhere behind the horrible mask that is Asperger Syndrome there's a fun-loving guy just waiting to get out. I'm somewhat taking off that mask by partying on a Monday...
Kings of Leon - The Immortals
Peter Murphy- Indigo Eyes
St. Lucia's All Eyes on You.
It doesn't appear that they had the money for a real video but the unofficial homemade one made by some random dude rivals those created by the pros.
EDIT: Replace the asterisks with the slang term for gay man. LOL, good job forum guards!
Jean Michel Jarre - Equinoxe VII
This will be the first song I'll attempt to play as soon as I get money to buy a synth (maybe I'll need one with a sequencer). I'll just have to work a little first!
Rachmaninov's Symphony No. 3
Was listening to Bach while watching the French final (Women's) muted.
Daft Punk Featuring Pharrell Williams - Get Lucky
One of few modern songs I actually like. And I like it a lot.
The Promise Ring -Emergency Emergency
Change - Searching
That first verse. It was awful to walk home today in the middle of the night in pouring rain. However my first day at work went sorta well!
Also, Luther Vandross had an AWESOME voice.
This is TT, the rankings cathedral.Let´s open up one for music
Non band guys (Pressley,Berry,Zappa,Springsteen,Bowie,Elton John) excluded
Best bads for rock gender
Punk: Ramones,Clash,Sex Pistols,Cure,Joy Division or Soussie and Banshees
Methal: Sabbath,AC DC, Iron Maiden,Mettalica and Priest or Motorhead
Country/Folk Rock: CCR, Lynnyrd,Eagles,Kansas,Fleetwood Mac
Prog: Rush,Yes,King Crimson,Genesis,ELP
Psico/Symphonic: Floyd,Doors,Traffic,Humble Pie,Velvet
Hard/Blues Rock: Led Zeppelin,Deep Purple,Who,Cream,Stones
Of cporuse many bands played more than one gender.I classified according to which was their most predominant ( or at least according to my poor or good taste)
Now this is different!!!!
Radioactive by Imagine Dragons
If you haven't heard it yet listen to it immediately, great song to get you pumped up
Beds are Burning , Midnight Oil.. what a song it is..
Tears for Fears - Everybody Wants to Rule the World
I'd classify this as my favorite song ever.
Holy Wars... :twisted:
Ever hear the cover of mad world by Gary Jules?
Dirty Heads... Cabin by the Sea
probably katy perry.
My air conditioner
It's too gloomy! The original's a lot better!
If somebody here like ZERO 7 or PORTISHEAD you will like this song.
In my head I have Budapest By Blimp by Thomas Dolby.
I'm currently getting money doing nothing, which is rather dangerous in a restaurant. Such a slooooow day...
I am currently listening to “The Rite of Spring” by Igor Stravinsky.
"Sometimes in the Fall" -- Phoenix
Steve Earle - Copperhead Road
Aziz Ansari station on Pandora.
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