Archive | March 2012
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I’m an avid user of Last.Fm; a fantastic website for discovering new music and tracking your listening habits. Using the Scrobbler or outside sources such as Spotify, you can build your music profile online. The Last.Fm Scrobbler is simple to download and use plus works with a variety of media players including iTunes and WMP. […]
A double dosing of top 10s this week for you all to enjoy. Tonight’s feature, as you can tell from the title, is on the one and only Led Zeppelin. Led Zeppelin are probably one of the most instrumental bands who helped craft rock, and dare I say it, metal, today. Without them I dread […]
OOOOH I hear you shout, a top 10 Pink Floyd songs list? Surely it’s impossible? Well, you can be forgiven for thinking that! I simply love Pink Floyd. End of. They were one of the first older bands my Dad introduced to me a few years ago whilst I was still in my ‘listen to […]
Honestly? Who cares? Iron Maiden vs Metallica Slipknot vs Mushroomhead Blah, blah, blah. YOUR ARGUMENTS ARE PATHETIC. Last.fm, although a website I love, makes me lose faith in the human race.
Whether you love or hate them, concept albums have always made some sort of ripple on the music world. Released by Genesis in 1974, ‘The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway’ marked the end of an era for the band when after touring the album, Peter Gabriel suddenly left the group. Telling the story of Rael, […]
So todays feature is the first of its kind. My top 10 will be another weekly feature where I will introduce a band and then launch into my ten favourite songs of theirs. Simple concept really. Lostprophets were the first band I fell in love with as a teenager, I remember buying their first album […]
Released in 1972, to me, this album sums up everything that was great about ‘The Moody Blues’, they penned some fantastic music and I cannot say there is a track on this album I dislike. Every track is individual and well crafted, (not like some modern bands albums) and leaves the listener with a sense […]