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jbud1980

Quote from: crowbi_wan on May 08, 2009, 15:03:52
Quote from: jbud1980 on May 05, 2009, 02:57:07
'cross the breeze by sonic youth.  :smth020


Did you see that Sonic Youth is touring this summer?  No SoCal dates as of yet.  I think the closest would be Oakland.  I'll be seeing them at the Capitol Hill Block Party in Seattle.  :rocker




yes, i saw that they are touring in support of their new album. :) Have u seen them b4? i saw them once at the wiltern in LA back in 2006. they rocked and i got lee's autograph. i was quite tossed on vodka/7 and said, "this is my first time seeing you guys live, but i did see you on the simpsons!" he laughed and said that he remembered doing that show...

so yeah, there is my drunk sonic youth story, lol.  :smth030

japanesebaby

OPETH - 'deliverance', helsinki 2009-02-15  :rocker :smth035 :twisted:


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fiction

Rubik - Dada Bandits. I´m a bit disappointed on the outcome of that album though. It´s so mysteriously mixed. The beginning of the album is good though.
again and again and again and again and again and...

crowbi_wan

The Prids. http://www.myspace.com/theprids

From last.fm:

Sure, this whole 80's thing is still going on, but let's just remember there was more to the 80's than the Clash and the Thompson Twins. There were many European bands who straddled the lines between post-punk and goth/industrial, as in Clan of Xymox, Trisomie 21, the Cassandra Complex, the Legendary Pink Dots, New Order, etc. The Prids update this sound for the new millennium, with a whole boy-girl interplay that provides a freshness to what they're trying to do. And considering the boy-girl, David Frederickson and Mistina Keith, were married, then divorced, and still play in this band together, well that gives a whole new meaning to sexual tension.

Love Zero
The Problem
Let it Go
Contact

Check 'em out!  :rocker

japanesebaby



PURE REASON REVOLUTION - Amor Vincit Omnia

CLT  Bullits Dominae  -->  http://www.myspace.com/purereasonrevolution

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fiction

Quote from: japanesebaby on May 10, 2009, 08:17:04
PURE REASON REVOLUTION - Amor Vincit Omnia

CLT  Bullits Dominae  -->  http://www.myspace.com/purereasonrevolution




I haven´t heard that one. I only got The dark Third.

CLT: Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio - C.C.C.P. Current track: Sheep for A Lifetime or Lion for A Day.
again and again and again and again and again and...

japanesebaby

Quote from: fiction on May 09, 2009, 15:43:24
Rubik - Dada Bandits. I´m a bit disappointed on the outcome of that album though. It´s so mysteriously mixed. The beginning of the album is good though.


i admit that i bought it but haven't had time to give it a really proper listen yet. i've listened to it a few times but it was playing a bit on the background and i wasn't relaly able to concentrate enough. i saw them live a while ago and at least there i thought i mostly did like the new material more than 'bad conscience patrol'.
but that was live of course - it wouldn't be the first band in the world which i like more live than on studio.

anyway, 'mysteriously mixed' - that's really a very common problem with a lot of albums these days, unfortunately so.


CLT  manualist plays europe - the final countdown on his hands!  :O
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dsanchez

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japanesebaby

pulp/j. cocker - not my thing, i don't like 90's brit-pop at all. robert once made some funny comment about jarvis cocker's ass & the futility and uselessness of britpop or something like that, i just can't remember now where and what exactly.

anyway, i think william shatner's cover of 'common people' is a lot better than any pulp original - > http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HKbt3wRsZYw&fmt=18

:-D


CLT a-ha: take on me   8)


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fiction

The Strange Flowers. An Italian band from 80´s/90´s playing music very similar to the early works of Barret/Pink Floyd.
again and again and again and again and again and...

dsanchez

Pulp - This is hardcore
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3ZLhnBYEXc

Jarvis Cocker, what a singer... :rocker

edit: this song and perfomance is nuts :rocker
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japanesebaby

shatner at his best - i love this one! "live life like you're gonna die... because you are."  :smth043

you'll have time

Live life
Live life like you're gonna die
Becasue you're gonna
I hate to be the bearer of bad news
But you're gonna die

Maybe not today or even next year
But before you know it you'll be saying
"Is this all there was?
What was all the fuss?
Why did I bother?"

Now, maybe you won't suffer maybe it's quick
But you'll have time to think
Why did I waste it?
Why didn't I taste it?
You'll have time
Because you're gonna die.

Yes it's gonna happen because it's happened to a lot of people I know
My mother, my father, my loves
The president, the kings and the pope
They all had hope

And they muttered just before they went
Maybe, I won't let go
Live life like you're gonna die
Because you are

Maybe you won't suffer maybe it's quick
But you'll have time to think
Why did I waste it?
Why didn't I taste it?
You'll have time
'Cause you're gonna die

I tell you who else left us
Passed on down to heaven no longer with us
Johnny Cash, JFK, that guy in the Stones
Lou Gehrig, Einstein, and Joey Ramone
Have I convinced you?
Do you read my lips?
This may come as news but it's time
You're gonna die
You're gonna die

By the time you hear this I may well be dead
And you my friend might be next
'Cause we're all gonna die

Yeah, oh maybe you won't suffer and maybe it's quick
But you'll have time to think
Why did I waste it?
Why didn't I taste it?
You'll have time
You'll have time cause you're gonna die
Yes, you're gonna die
You're gonna die, I tell you
You're gonna die
You are gonna die

'Cause maybe you won't suffer maybe it's quick
But you have time to think
Why did I waste it?
Why didn't I taste it?
You'll have time 'cause you're gonna die

Live Life
Life life like you're gonna die
Because you're going to
Oh yes
I hate to be the beater of bad news
But you're gonna die

Maybe not today or even next year
But before you know it you'll be saying
"Is this all there was?
What was all the fuss?
Why did I bother?
Why did I waste it?
Why didn't I taste it?"
You'll have time, baby
You'll have time
'Cause you're gonna die
You are gonna die
Oh yeah

(the sung part in the background)
Y-O-U-apostrophe-R-E-G-O-double-N-A-DIE Die!
You are gonna diiiiiie
Lung cancer, heart attack, diabetes, drug overdose
Choke on a chicken bone
Hit by a lightning bolt
Heart attack
Airplane crash
Car wreck
F*cked up in your aaaaa---s-s-s-s!

:P
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japanesebaby

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fiction

Quote from: japanesebaby on May 12, 2009, 23:05:33
shatner at his best - i love this one! "live life like you're gonna die... because you are."  :smth043


Reminds me of John Cooper Clarke and his spoken poems.
again and again and again and again and again and...

japanesebaby

Quote from: fiction on May 12, 2009, 23:10:11
Quote from: japanesebaby on May 12, 2009, 23:05:33
shatner at his best - i love this one! "live life like you're gonna die... because you are."  :smth043


Reminds me of John Cooper Clarke and his spoken poems.


that's the guy read his "evidently chickentown" poem in anton corbijn's 'control'? i think he was appearing as himself there and not played by some actor.

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