Oh… Christ

2 04 2008


CD1
01. Just
02. Paranoid Android
03. Karma Police
04. Creep
05. No Surprises
06. High And Dry
07. My Iron Lung
08. There There
09. Lucky
10. Fake Plastic Trees
11. Idioteque
12. 2+2=5
13. The Bends
14. Pyramid Song
15. Street Spirit (Fade Out)
16. Everything In Its Right Place

CD2:

01.Airbag
02. I Might Be Wrong
03. Go To Sleep
04. Let Down
05. Planet Telex
06. Exit Music (For A Film)
07. The National Anthem
08. Knives Out
09. Talk Show Host
10. You
11. Anyone Can Play Guitar
12. How To Disappear Completely
13. True Love Waits

Why this sucks…

1. EMI are shitbags.
2. The tracklisting sucks. Seriously, closing with EIIRT? ACPG -> HTDC?!
3. No b-sides and rarities except for Talk Show Host and True Love Waits, go figure.
4. Well that artwork’s original ain’t it.
5. The vinyl is only availible to a small amount of pre-orderers.
6. I’ll probably end up getting it anyway. 😦

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The weird thing about electronic musicians is…

22 03 2008

Watching them perform their music isn’t as entertaining as bands that play with guitars and drums and such. Example below.

They’re very good at what they do, and it’s a good performance of their song… but the whole time it’s just two people twiddling some knobs, innit. At least if you actually go see them live there’s an extra light show! Bangin’





I got Antidotes physically yesterday…

22 03 2008

… and my life is complete.





WHERE’D YOU GO? I’M ALWAYS HERE. WHATEVER YOU NEED, I’M ALWAYS NEAR!

14 03 2008

Just one listen to this song will restore your faith in hip-hop. It’s “Gettin Dumb” from Cadence Weapon’s recent second album “Afterparty Babies”. It’ll blow your mind.


PLAY IT NOW





O M F G

5 03 2008

Sigur Ros and YouTube make a little bit of history this Friday (Mar 7) with the band taking over the entire front page of the site around the world for a whole day, becoming the first group to ever have a feature-length music DVD streamed on the channel, with their acclaimed ‘Heima’ documentary shown in its complete 97-minute glory. All 12 available slots on YouTube’s home page will be devoted to the Icelandic quartet for a full 24-hours, putting them before a global audience of hundreds of millions. The link-up follows the success of ‘Minn Heima’, a competition hosted by YouTube for fans of the band to create their own little version of ‘Heima’, using audio and video clips posted online. The 10 best entries, as judged by the band, will be featured on the home page, alongside the film itself, as well as a special message from the band, taking time off from recording their new album in Reykjavik.

I love Sigur Rós even more now. You see, I suck and don’t have the DVD yet. But, WOW.





Hercules and Love Affair are good too

17 02 2008

(but not as good as Foals)





Foals Are Good

17 02 2008