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Trust...

A song that makes me smile and move  :-D

(and from Belgian origin  :D)

Red Zebra - I Can't Live In A Living Room. Agree the lyrics are not spectacular,
but this song make me always happy  :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rDYdFKoWSGE&feature=related
Vanilla smile and a gorgeous strawberry kiss x

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I just can´t leave Heavy Water Experiments. Click in and ENJOY: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dziFqG9hFww

or try this a little bit more psychedelic sample: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xb21JfJRnQc

or why not enjoy one of the few good brittish acts that wasn´t into punk during the 70`s, BE BOP DELUXE and their Adventures in A Yorkshire Landscape http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjiArdooBi4
again and again and again and again and again and...

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I know that U might think that there´s a lack of imagination in my musical world for the time beeing but I just can´t stop listen to those genious in HEAVY WATER EXPERIMENTS!
Check `em out.
again and again and again and again and again and...

wish-man

and the way the rain comes down thats how I feel inside...

japanesebaby

Ay, in the very temple of Delight
Veil'd Melancholy has her sovran shrine

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Elliott Smith live from Washington 1998. Current track: Angeles.

Add to Poe (should she ever read this) Between the Bars in an absolutely georgious version.
again and again and again and again and again and...

fiction

Quote from: japanesebaby on June 12, 2009, 19:31:32
placebo - battle for the sun

not quite sure what to think of it yet. a bit like with DM, i've never liked any placebo album as a whole although they have many strong tracks and they are a good live band for sure.
but at least it seems like molko's singing turning better by time, on this one there's more resonance in his voice than before.



Just listening to The Battle with Placebo for the fifth or sixth time and I have to say that this is a great album. I just realised that it sounds a bit like the latter solo albums of Peter Murphy, atleast that goes for the first five tracks. The rest of the album is more laidback typical Placebo-pop, nice and a bit elegant. I´ve sent a rather harsh mail to that idiot Markus Larsson for his ignorant rewiev of this album but of course he didn´t bother to answer.
again and again and again and again and again and...

crowbi_wan

CLT: The Perfects - Future Automatic (currently downloading as well)



I stumbled across this blog http://www.djbynar.com/ a week or so ago and have been loving the music this person posts!  :smth020

While the rest of the music industry has found a new best friend in the vocoder and merely continues their long-standing alliance with the synthesizer, The Perfects, a dance-rock band from Baltimore, Maryland, are one of the few that seamlessly meld those futuristic sounds with the melodic core of yesterday. Echoing the works of Duran Duran and The Cure, The Perfects are quickly cultivating a fan-base as rabid as those in the early days of music videos, when their inspirations ruled the airways.

Founding member Ric Peters started the band in 2005. Heading into the studio with Nic Hard in 2006 (The Bravery, The Church), he came back with the self-titled EP that won over critics and new fans alike. 3 years later, The Perfects return with Future Automatic, an album sure to titillate the eardrums and send people to the dance floor, while still maintaining its artistic integrity. After an early leak, Ric Peters decided to follow the footsteps of Radiohead and Nine Inch Nails and make the album free for download. So head over to
http://theperfects.com and give it a listen. If you are looking for dark, Robert Smith-inspired dance rock that combines broodiness and dance beats you'll be in for a treat.

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Quote from: crowbi_wan on June 20, 2009, 02:56:19

I stumbled across this blog http://www.djbynar.com/ a week or so ago and have been loving the music this person posts!  :smth020


Here´s another blog that you might like. It´s a bit hard to read it though since it is in Icelandic but there´s a lot of gems hidden here and there. Here was where I first found The Pains of Being Pure at Heart.

http://mp3.blog.is/blog/mp3/?offset=110

CLT: Stems - At First Sight
again and again and again and again and again and...

Trust...

Liaisons Dangereuses - Los Minos Del Parque
Vanilla smile and a gorgeous strawberry kiss x

Trust...

 :smth074 ROCKETS - The Simple Minds
Vanilla smile and a gorgeous strawberry kiss x

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An absolutely wonderful strutty little song with Mickey Most (the producer that is responsible for The Animals and Jeff Beck among others) called That´s Alright and it´s really hard to resist the beat of this tune. YiHaa!
again and again and again and again and again and...

Trust...

 :evil:  Devil In The Details - PLacebo
Vanilla smile and a gorgeous strawberry kiss x

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Quote from: Trust... on June 20, 2009, 23:48:33
:evil:  Devil In The Details - PLacebo


Nice Tune. I listened to that one this morning.

CLT: Merlin - Dirty Woman. Tough psychedelia from the roaring 60´s.
again and again and again and again and again and...

Trust...

Vanilla smile and a gorgeous strawberry kiss x