Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by tennisplayer1981, May 13, 2008.
'Rockin is Ma Business' The Four Horsemen
The debate between nice hair and less hair.
Ben Harper ' Woman'.. while awaiting my GF who is getting sushi and sake.
Obsessed with Matt and Kim once again, though I'm not a big fan of their new album.
Matt Costa-Trying to lose my mind.
Uncut - Understanding the New Violence
Pretty cool song and video, remind me the times of "MTV 120 minutes".
That group has a reassembly to Sonic Youth style.
Level 42- Something about you
Whirring by The Joy Formidable
Highway noise from a great distance....
And now a neighbour's car driving past....
.. and the sound of the automatic gate closing.......
...then the sound of train stopping from afar....
..the train blasting its horn....
...the train is leaving.....
Camera Obscura - Swans. Not my usual cup of tea but I really like this song.
The news and how voting machines in Ohio are MR's sons.
Living Things by Linkin Park
The Mars Volta's 'Lapochka'.
I am listening to this sad youtube song and it's making me sad. If someone has the mp3 download link or translation, preciate it...
A lecture on economic theory .
Very interesting actually.
The lecturer shows with clarity that there need not be any conflict between sustainable prosperity and natural capital and health.
No silly blame game or fingerpointing , just ideas and real case results .
Later im going to a concert in club with friends and bar hopping.. my Gf is in town and she brought her sister and brother so should be good fun!
Atlantic City- Bruce Springsteen
Todd Snider--"Beer Run" and "Statistician's Blues"[/U]
Statistican with a good method to get reliable answers.
Quicksand - Dine Alone
Quicksand - Omission
Everything in its right place - Radiohead
Caifanes - Aquí no pasa nada
Alice in Chains 'Your Decision'
GUN 'Taking on The World'
And i have a real hard time deciding which one is best.. GUN was first though..
I am Jen- "At the same time".
The Rite of Spring.
"Faded Love" - Willie Nelson & Ray Price
The Clash - Straight to Hell
Frank Sinatra - I love Paris (in the spring time)
(reminds me of someone here who visits Paris at that time every year )
Enya - The Memory of Trees
Bonjour, mon amie~!
Trees Swaying in the Summer Breeze - Chad & Jeremy
Moon Baby - Godsmack
All the Small Things- Blink 182
Currently listening to a collection of Nirvana, The Killers, Blink 182, Radiohead, and Good Charlotte.
Yep. Some of my favorite bands of all time.
Agree. Mine are: Nirvana, Live, Audioslave, Alice in Chains, Incubus, Pearl Jam, & Culture Club.....whoops, getting a little crazy!
But seriously, 'Overkill' from Men Down Under is cool, especially the acoustic version.
I've always liked the sound of Audioslave. Like a Stone is probably my favorite song they ever put out. Show Me How to Live and Drown Me Slowly get honorable mention as 2 and 3 for my favorites from them.
I was never really able to get into Pearl Jam for some reason. Alice in Chains has some good songs, and I know it sounds cliche, but Man In a Box was probably my favorite song from them.
You're right, "Set it Off" is a serious rock tune, Audioslave jams. Live in Cuba was tough. I love Soundgarden, and Rage Against the Machine were okay.
For Pearl Jam, try: RearviewMirror or Crazy Mary
My favorite AIC is by far......WOULD
Judy Garland - Somewhere over the rainbow
Fred Astaire - Cheek to cheek (I'm in heaven)
(the above are Dad's old faves, in case you are wondering)
Lead with your Heart - The Tenors
exploring some new Indy music on youtube I found this band of horses...the whole cd is cool! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPW8y6woTBI
also young of giant other Indy bad http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qQYpF2pCkLI
Charleston by Eartha Kitt
Queens of the Stone Age - First Its Giveth
Andy Grammer. Anyone ever heard of him?
Faith No More - Album of the Year.
Foo Fighters - Let It Die
The complete Lord of the Rings Symphony
It's a great day for the Irish - Judy Murray
Oscillons of the AntiSun
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