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I gotta throw that in there. I"ve been playing this over and over.
Ween - King Billy
Ween King Billy
Ween - Did You See Me?
From "Shinola Vol. 1"
The Offspring - Hammerhead
Music video by The Offspring performing Hammerhead. YouTube view counts pre-VEVO: 254,335. (C) 2008 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
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Oasis - Supersonic
Music video for 'Supersonic' single
Directed by Mark Szaszy
BUY THE SONG:
7 Digital: http://www.7digital.com/artists/oasis/definitely-maybe/
Listening to this song again.
Beastie Boys - Ch-check It Out
2004 To The 5 Boroughs Capitol Records Hip hop, rap, breakbeat
This needs another listen.
MGMT - Electric Feel
Music video by MGMT performing Electric Feel. YouTube view counts pre-VEVO: 1,337,695 (C) 2008 Sony Music Entertainment
Listen to the lyrics in this, just insane how great the lead singer is at writing lyrics. Every song is like this too, makes me wish more people listened to this kind of music because they are truly missing out on one of the best musical writers this generation.
http://violitionist.com/2012/08/la-dispute- La Dispute - August 2012 - Violitionist Sessions from Denton, Texas
Play something country.
Music video by Darius Rucker performing Alright.
11 National Titles | 42 Conference Titles | 3 Heisman Winners | 78 All-Americans | 37 College Hall of Fame Members
I forgot about this thread.
Has anyone gone to a concert recently?
Listening to My Morning Jacket's album "The Tennessee Fire". This is one of many great songs on that album.
A great song by My Morning Jacket from their "The Tennessee Fire " Album (1999).
I don't owe the copyrights of this material. All the Rights belong to My Morning Jacket and Darla Records.
Jim James - State of the Art (A.E.I.O.U.)
Jim James - Regions Of Light And Sound Of God (FEB 5 2013)
“Those who stay will be champions”
― Bo Schembechler
New My Bloody Valentine album.
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A song for buttesnake.
A love song inspired by the famous "2 Girls 1 Cup" video that features two girls erotically shitting into a cup, eating it, then, vomiting into eachother's mouths. By Jon Lajoie.
Go Blue and Go Titans!
I love you too, blue.
I've been waiting a while for you to come back, just so I could post that song for you.
The best song ever made in the 20th century imo.
Loaded is the fourth album by The Velvet Underground, released in November 1970, by Atlantic Records' subsidiary label, Cotillion. The album was the final album recorded featuring Lou Reed, though he had departed from the band shortly before the album's release. In 2003, Loaded was #109 on Rolling Stone's reissue of their 500 greatest albums of all time.
Loaded was a commercial effort aimed at radio play, another step away from the Warhol-influenced days. The album's title refers to Atlantic's request that the band produce an album "loaded with hits". Doug Yule said, "On Loaded there was a big push to produce a hit single, there was that mentality, which one of these is a single, how does it sound when we cut it down to 3.5 minutes, so that was a major topic for the group at that point. And I think that the third album to a great extent shows a lot of that in that a lot of those songs were designed as singles and if you listen to them you can hear the derivation, like this is sort of a Phil Spector-ish kind of song, or this is that type of person song."
The album does not feature Velvet Underground stalwart drummer Maureen Tucker, as she was pregnant at the time (she is still credited on the album sleeve, however). Drumming duties were performed mainly by bassist Doug Yule, recording engineer Adrian Barber and Doug Yule's brother Billy. Lou Reed has commented that "Loaded didn't have Maureen on it, and that's a lot of people's favorite Velvet Underground record, so we can't get too lost in the mystique of the Velvet Underground...It's still called a Velvet Underground record. But what it really is something else." Sterling Morrison had strong feelings about Yule's increased presence on Loaded, saying "The album came out okay, as far as production it's the best, but it would have been better if it had real good Lou vocals on all the tracks." Doug Yule claimed that "Lou leaned on me a lot in terms of musical support and vocal arrangements. I did a lot on Loaded. It sort of devolved down to the Lou and Yule recreational recording."
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