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Transistor Blast: (3CD) XTC
Best Of: Deaf School
Lullabies To Violaine: (4CD) Cocteau Twins
Atom Shop: Bill Nelson
Picture Post: Bill Nelson
For To Next: Steve Hillage
Power Windows: Rush
Broadsword And The Beast: Jethro Tull
...Lotsa ****. Some good ****, yes, and also some bad ****. I'm not kidding when I say I listen to everything. Here's the past 31 songs on party shuffle (11/22/08):
"Up the Cuts" - Against Me!
"Eventually" - Zox
"Walkin' With J."...
Andrew Jackson Jihad
Big D And The Kids Table
Bomb The Music Industry!!!
Cherry Poppin' Daddies
At the moment I have:
Killing Joke: Absolute Dissent
Buck 65: Situation
Infected Mushroom: Vicious Delicious
Bill Nelson: Modern Moods For Mighty Atoms
Tracy Bonham: blink The Brightest
Steely Dan: Remastered
Human League: Reproduction
Cocteau Twins: Lullabies To Violaine
My Itunes currently has over 50 days of music so I can not list it all, but here is what I have been listening too lately: Portishead (gotta love Beth's voice), Norah Jones, David Gray, Beatles, Blue October, Cake, Canadian Brass, Coldplay, Dave Matthews Band, David...
I think the most time effective way of describing my iTunes Library is to write down all of the artist in my library. you'd be able to get a good feel of my musical tastes. So here it goes!
Acquire A Cappella
I was flicking through the giant CD collection we have neatly stored on huge shelves in our living room yesterday. I once tried to count all of the CDs, but got bored - there's just so many!! Ranging from classical to dance, from rock to jazz. I came across an album I've wanted...
Well at the moment I have 3188 songs on my ipod. There is a bit of everything in there, alot of grunge and punk, a heap of DNB and even some rap. There is alot a variety in my ipod, and I love him to peices =D
I have plenty on my Itunes. I have some favorites on YouTube. I have plenty of favorites not loaded on my computer. I will put up the top 25 favorites of mine that I am pretty sure can be found on YouTube in case any YouTubers wanna look it up. ;) The songs are not in order. I...
I have over 15,000 songs on my ipod! That's over 47 days worth of non stop music by 590 artists singing 58 genres of music on 1,335 albums. My music ranges from 1931 jazz and big band music to 2010's latest favorite - the Dirty Heads. I've been collecting music since the 60's...
Most of you that know me well know I try to work out regularly. However, since my mom has been sick that time has decreased alot BUT I want to get motivated to do that whenever I can. I am tired of listening to what is currently on my Ipod so I thought I would ask for some...
Gavin DeGraw - "I'm In Love With A Girl"
Ginuwine - "Pony," "In Those Jeans"
Gnarls Barkley - "Crazy"
Gorillaz - "Clint Eastwood"
Green Day - "Minority"
Groove Armada - "Sex and the City Theme"
Queens of the Stone Age discog.
Mark Lanegan discog.
Linkin Park discog.
Tegan & Sara discog.
The National discog.
Dashboard Confessional discog.
Aphex Twin discog.
Biffy Clyro discog.
Desert Sessions (1-10...
Well, yesterday I was faced with a huge dilemma. I had only 93p left on my iPod, so only enough for one more song download. What o what should I chose? In the end I went for my first ever Billie Piper song, from waaaay back in 1998/9. So called ' Because I want to' and chosen for...
sometimes ill have just one song of an artist, or all of their lifes work, i like variety, so if you see something you like and you know something similar plz recomend it
my songs consist of music writen/perfromed by:
Let's begin with most played:
- The Yeah Yeah Yeahs
- The Beatles
- Coconut Records
- Led Zeppelin
- The Airborne Toxic Event
- Brand New
- Death from Above
- Regina Spektor
to the not-so-often-when-i'm-in-the-mood played:
- The Smiths
Brooks 'N' Dunn
The Mills Brothers
Steve Miller Band
I'm very addicted to music, and my ipod is never far from me. I'd like to know what you have on your ipod, to discover new music, groups, maybe. If people participate (meaning, if I'm not alone in the group...) I'll share mine too.
Hope you'll come in mass, and that there'll...
I have kinda random taste lol...
Ben folds five
Big & Rich
Blessed Union Of Souls
Boys Like Girls
Not everything i have, Just mostly what i listen too
Allman Brothers Band
The Beach Boys
The Black Keys
The Cheetah Girls
Michael W. Smith
this is what i have on mine..
Cradle Of Filth
Children Of Bodom
3 Inches Of Blood
At The Gates
A Northern Chorus
The Dresden Dolls
Hot Hot Heat
I has quite a lot of bands, i'll just list the ones i listen to most (:
Some of Alice Cooper's,
Guns N Roses,
Marilyn Manson <3
Metallica (Favourite band of all time, ever),
My current iPod playlist consists of the following artists:
-All That Remains
-American Head Charge
-Bullet For My Valentine (I am currently slightly obsessed with them)
-Coheed & Cambria
I love to listen to clean songs that have a unique style of singing to them as well as an explosion of various musical chords, if you will. I don't mean heavy metal type of explosions. I mean music where it doesn't sound like it matches the song or singer but yet blends...
Right now my ipod is holding some of my favorites. These include, Kid Cudi, Sufjan Stevens, Taylor Swift, some Buddhist Chants, Eminem, "Music from the Tea-lands", The Who, Andrea Botechelli (opera), Iration, Slightly Stoopid, Rebelution, Billy Holiday, Buddy Holly, The Beatles...
Mine is a very wide variety of different music. I have Meat Loaf, Michael Jackson, Fall out boy, The Rasmus, Automatic, BeeGees, Razorlight, Fedde le Grand, Leona Lewis, Take That, Mark Ronson, Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, Within Temptation, Britney, Spice Girls, Just...
Death Cab For Cutie: follow you into the dark
Bon Iver: Flume, Stacks, Roslyn, for emma and Skinny love.
Ok Go: shooting the moon
Elliot SMith: Twilight
Iron and WIne: Flightless bird, cynder and smoke, boy with a coin, naked as we came, such great heights
I listen to popular music from the '60s and '70s, and I hear melodies that are very rich and complex. They're the sorts of melodies that I hear once, I can't get out of my mind, and I want them to stick in my mind forever. Heck, even INSANELY complex music from that era became...