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Fev 13 2013, 15h21 por emicomWed 13 Feb – Dead Can Dance
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Dez 30 2012, 18h12 por GlaciarSpiritus2012 TOP 20 of GlaciarSpiritus
I can't call it a "tradition" because I'm doing it for the second time but I like creating summaries so I would like to present you my personal TOP 20 songs of 2012.
Warning: Songs which are collected in the following list are NOT the best ones. They were just played many times. The data was picked on 30 December 2012.
Here we go:
1. Xandria – Valentine - 373 times
Did you like Nightwish's sound during "Oceanborn" and "Wishmaster" era? If your answer is positive, you should be delighted with a new child of this German band. This song contains everything that brought me into symphonic metal genre: powerful chorus; beautiful soprano; outstanding orchestra. Xandria has filled the empty space which was created after departure of Tarja Turunen from Nightwish. …
Nov 24 2012, 0h04 por snowy657Here it is - a mega list of the best albums from the 1980's. I have used a ratings system to compile this list. All of the 24k tracks on my ipod are rated 1-5 stars. I have listened to 400-500 albums from the eighties(a lot of these albums several times) so it's easy for me to compile a list like this. There are no compilations or greatest hits on this list. No mini albums or EP's either, an album must have at least seven tracks to feature. In my opinion, there is only one album that I have ever heard that is perfection and every single track on it gets 5 stars. That album is at number one on my list. If you have never heard "Script of the Bridge" then please check it out. You won't be disappointed!
200 The Cult - Love (1985)
199 The Damned - Anything (1986)
198 Pixies - Surfer Rosa (1988)
197 Immaculate Fools - Hearts Of Fortune (1985)
Out 25 2012, 3h46 por prominence_laHello again, folks. So - if you've known me at all, you've surely seen that bit on my profile about my penchant for dancing. Well, ever wondered, "Well, what could Lee possibly dance to?" Probably not, but I've been dying to write about it for months now, so I shall. This is not an exercise in hipster egotism - there's some crowd pleasers on here, too - just some suggestions for other fellow victims of the dance out there. ; )
This first installment encompasses eight of my go-to tracks for cutting a jig. I've strived to not use any artist twice - although I was tempted to many, many times. No particular order.
1. Blue Light (Ultravox) - Actually, this one's on top for a reason. Because I simply cannot listen to this track anymore without being compelled to dance.
2. Dominator (Killing Joke) - Get your primal groove on with this one. I try to strike some sort of pose in four beats at "Dom-i-nat-or!"
3. Dancing (Bauhaus) - Seems a bit obvious…
Set 25 2012, 21h31 por Chrisbo26http://imageshack.us/scaled/landing/193/aliceinchainsdirtv.jpg
Alice in Chains - Dirt
(1992) - Black 180g 12"
The Antlers - Hospice
(2009) - Black 12"
Arcade Fire - Funeral
(2004) - Black 180g 12"
Arcade Fire - Reflektor
(2013) - Black 180g 12" (x2)
At the Drive-In - Relationship of Command
(2000) - Black 12" (x2)
Bat for Lashes - Two Suns
(2009) - Black 180g 12"
Beach House - Teen Dream
(2010) - Black 180g 12" (x2)
Set 23 2012, 13h05 por sighrensHere's the latest update from The Streetlamp Doesn't Cast Her Shadow Anymore music blog:
Gordon wrote about his love for Marcel Carné's epic contribution to French cinema 'Les Enfants Du Paradis'. Read the article here.
Griff wrote about the soaring, majestic, slightly melodramatic, 80s sounding pop of Glasgow band Father Sculptor. Read the article here.
In rememberance of Hiroshima Day, Griff introduced us to the work of Turkish poet Nâzim Hikmet and the musical interpretation of his work 'I come and stand at every door' by This Mortal Coil. Read the article here.
Gordon wrote about the unexpected brilliance to be found in the work of comedy songwriter Graham Fellows' creation Jilted John. Read the article here.
Gordon wrote in praise of the emotional power of early UK synthpop, in the form of B-Movie, The Human League, John Foxx, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark, The Passage and Ultravox. Read the article here.