New Korn album: Untitled
give up the ghost - young hearts be free tonight
Rihanna - shut up and drive
A car nerd here who can tell me what the orange car in the video is ?
I presume, as the video was done in the Czech Republic (Licence plate of the Ferrari) I guess it could be a heavily tuned Skoda Rapid Coupe ?
Infernal - 10 miles
Tempest 3000 - Psychedelic Mind Candy for the Brain.
I Feel My Sunglasses At Night (Proper Love Dub Mix) - Tiga And Zyntherius vs Depeche Mode
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WU-Tronix by JOOLSMF It`s an electronica mix of C.R.E.A.M. By the wu-tang, sounds like it was produced using a Sega Master System soundboard in mind(apart from the vocals of course)
check it out!
just love this one :D
Handsome Boy Modeling School - Look at this face (oh my god they're gorgeous)
other than that.. as the Parappa the Rapper OST was released on the interweb some day ago I've been listening to Chop Chop Master Onions, Instructor Mooselinis and Prince Fleaswallows some too.
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This game will make you a sociopath
Death From Above 1979 - Black History Month
Between the Buried and Me - self-titled album (this is one of my favorites)
A-ha - Hunting High and Low
Death - everything (this band was so amazing)
Joy Division - everything (see "Death")
I've just realized I listen to a lot of music.
Plastic Tree - Ghost
the studs - thursday
Ayabie - Shine
Sorry modern age, I don't feel like paying for something I can't hold in my hands...
Pat Metheny Group “Across the sky” (1997) Warner (Jazz)
This particular track was also remixed by Goldie and sounded amazing. Jazz imo is timeless and definitely worthy of a bit of remixing and re-working. PMG are incredible with or without that tinkering however.
Sinner DC “Alice” or “Everything is sand” (2005) Ai Records (Rock / Alternative)
Switzerland isn’t renowned for its musical exports, but this is one group that really need to be heard. Somehow Sinner DC managed to enchant most of the music industry, but the industry is a fickle thing and they remain an underground phenomenon.
Ride “Vapour Trail” (2001) Ignition (Britpop / Indie) A great track from a sadly defunkt band. They were pretty unusual and rarely made a big splash, but I liked ‘em from the off. There has been a petition online for a while now to encourage them to reform. http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/reformride/
Llorca “Indigo Blues (Minus 8 remix)” (2001) F communications (French House). The French are rarely beaten when it comes to smooth vibes & cool house tracks. What began as a rather low key track was pumped up and made very much an unstoppable dance track. Don’t be fooled by the original laid back version found on YouTube, the remix is FAR jumpier!
Overhead “The sky lit up” (2002) Naïve (Pop / Rock). Another French band, but this time they never really appear to have gone anywhere, sadly! Singing in English (a necessary evil in the export business) they could have done far better, but as far as I can tell they disappeared off radar. This is a very accomplished track on a beautiful album (Silent Witness) and would be great used in a film. Rather reminiscent of The Blue Nile, although other tracks appear to be influenced by The Smiths & R.E.M. Overhead however come out on top as original rather than purely nodding towards others.
There are tracks I hear and love every single day, but I decided it might be nice to look at older stuff from bands that really deserved a little more attention than simply pointing towards material that is currently or already well known. Hope some of you like some of it (if you can find any of it). My collection of music is massive and very diverse, this represents a tiny sample.
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:pray::pray::pray::pray::pray::pray::pray::pray:Originally Posted by Parris
Another fan I suspect? :thumbsup:Originally Posted by Codeman
Favourite music at the moment....hmmm let me think
Well i am liking the new stuff from HIM althought i love everything by them so its not really a suprise that i like their new stuff and i will be pre-ordering their new album
i am also really loving the new Darren Hayes single "On the verge of something wonderful" and will be looking forward to the new album too
Neil Young - Old man *i bought live at Massey hall because of this*
Scorpions - Sails of Charon *Gonna Buy Taken By Force because of this*
Sonata Arctica - Paid in Full *bought Unia because of this*
Elliott Smith - Christian Brothers, Coming Up Roses
Pixies - Holiday Song, Here Comes Your Man, et al.
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I've been listening to more New Order. I like "Ceremony," but I guess it came as no surprise when I found out it was originally written with Joy Division.
Circa Survive's "On Letting Go" and Hum's "You'd Prefer An Astronaut" have also been on my recent rotation.
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Tool - The Pot , nice lyrics ^_^ , and of course, Rosetta Stoned , also by Tool.
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You can ask for any old woman
You can ask for an army of ants
You can ask for a pillar of poison
You can ask for sheep and shavers
And you can die for
Be careful what you wish for
Prayer of a Refugee by Rise Against
The enslaved albums
all songs on them are going through my head a different times. especially Essence. awesome song