I love this freestyle music lol!
I love this freestyle music lol!
Hell Yeah by Rev Theory
"Break Your Heart" by Taio Cruz
(Came on my recommended for last.fm)
"How Can I Help You Say Goodbye" by Patty Loveless
God last.fm just bounces around haha... I haven't heard this song in forever, though!
This just finished playing on the radio:
But it just went to commercials, so I'm going to my iTunes, where this is next in my DJ shuffle:
I have to say I prefer the Ella.
Law and Order... SVU....
@Swellegant Nice! =)
Two and a half Men just started.......
Gaga is cool, but 30 Seconds to Mars gave this song so much more power. Happened to be listening to it when I passed by this thread.
Mickey Hart from his 'Planet Drum' collection.
Highly recommended for spiritual teleportation.
Um...is their ALREADY a thread for this in the Entertainment section of this forum?
I'm listening to a 4 hour playlist that I have downloaded to my a comp as a single file so therefore it's a 4 hour long song. Here's the link to it in case anyone's interested. It's like a top 40 club mix. Sounds like a playlist you'd hear at a gay club, so if you're into that kinda music, I suggest you take a listen. I think there are over 60 songs featured in the playlist, so if you don't like the first song or two, just wait and listen to the rest. Or if you want I can also upload the track list if you are interested lol.
There's no music playing, but for some reason, my inner iPod keeps playing "Control" by MuteMath...
"There is no better loss than to lose myself in you..."
i'm listening to my other half snorin to beat the band.....
FPNYAnnoying JUBBERS since 2003
Love her voice. Good attempt by the fan at the video too but I have this on my mp3
Now its this song:
I love this thread.
Violin sonatas by Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber - one of the greatest composers for the violin of the 17th century.
That esoteric enough for you?
"Thank God for tea! What would the world do without tea? how did it exist? I am glad I was not born before tea." (Sydney Smith)
Natalia Ambruglia? Not only is that so 1995, but that's so gay.
"Rarely do we find men who willingly engage in hard solid thinking. There is an almost universal quest for easy answers and half-baked solutions. Nothing pains some people more than having to think.'' - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Pet Shops Boys - Before
..There's Things I Haven't Told You.. I Go Out Late At Night..
And If I Was To Tell You.. You'd See My Different Side..
Marc Almond and the Mambas featuring Foetus:
Followed, by the time I found and posted the above, by
Young Love (last time I buy a whole album just because the singer is hot and the video gave me wood).
I just finished transferring a vinyl LP onto my hard drive, so right now, I'm not hearing anything.
But for some reason, this song is playing in my head. And no - it's not at all related to the LP.
Gawd, I just made the mistake of pulling up a Barney Youtube video... Now it's stuck in my head.
Regrets are for people who stop on the ground.
I'm heading for the stars.
Not right now, but an hour ago I was listening to a concert that was recorded this afternoon at the Perth Concert Hall with the Berlin Philharmonic. They've just begun their tour of Australia and this was their first concert. ABC Classic FM is also playing a series of interviews with some of the musicians - very interesting!
Turn it up!!!!
Listening to that playlist I posted before. The song write now is a remix of...
A sort of "Oldie but goodie".
U2's "Zoo Station".
I think "Achtung, Baby" is such an AMAZING album, from both a song-writing and production value perspective. It's my favorite U2 album by far....
And the lyrics: "Time is a train, makes the future the past. Leaves you standing at the station....your face pressed up against the glass..."
Well, I was watching Elizabethtown and found myself paying extra attention to the sound-track of the film. What a great collection of music.
Over the last few days, I also watched Marie-Antoinette - also a great sound-track!
Last Night by the Strokes
I think that's the coolest name for a band since Tool and Nine Inch Nails
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOypSnKFHrE"]they don't understand and I don't understand[/ame]
Everything in the retro folder. I may have to DJ with it soon, and I'd like to know what might work...
The Association - Cherish
But the full album version of course!
Got my favorite Merle pulled up right now...it helps me when I'm feeling down.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=apvdKP3Ahok&feature=related"]I remember that London vacation...[/ame]
Michael Henry & Justin Roberts
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gB7eAXa1Yss"]In My Head Cover[/ame]
I'm listening to the central heating churning the water through the pipes.