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  • edited February 2012
    taumel wrote: »
    @Hayden
    If you're more into numbers, you can look at this one.

    Oh, taumel, you scallywag.
  • edited February 2012
    ;O) Btw. i like this painting. Did you realise that these aren't just some random numbers?
  • edited March 2012
  • edited March 2012
    Crazy Frog

    ... I wish I hadn't!
  • edited March 2012
    Still the best dance song ever made.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rL1kXvfFhU

    Heaven Scent. OMG. Listening to it right now, I remember meeting Digweed back in 06. At a party with 150,000 people. His music blew the night UP.
  • edited March 2012
    Big Wreck - "Albatross" - 6/10
    Somehow boring and memorable at the same time. Not a bad song, just nothing that really grabs me. If I was a bit more of a casual rock listener, I'd probably like it a whole lot more.

    Pretty darn good. I'm just trying to figure out whether I enjoy the intro/outtro, or the actual song better. Oh well, all-in-all, a strong bit of atmospheric power metal.
  • edited March 2012
    Really, it's true. *biuuhhh* :O)
  • edited March 2012
    Awake and Alive by Skillet

    9/10
    I'm at war with the world
    And they try to pull me into the dark
    I struggle to find my faith
    As I'm slipping from Your arms

    It's getting harder to stay awake
    And my strength is fading fast
    You breathe into me at last

    I'm awake, I'm alive
    Now I know what I believe inside
    Now it's my time
    I'll do what I want 'cause this is my life

    Here, right now
    Stand my ground and never back down
    I know what I believe inside
    I'm awake, and I'm alive
  • edited March 2012
    UP is by far the best album from REM. Still can make me cry.
  • edited March 2012
  • edited March 2012
    Hayden wrote: »
    Pretty darn good. I'm just trying to figure out whether I enjoy the intro/outtro, or the actual song better. Oh well, all-in-all, a strong bit of atmospheric power metal.

    Just do a compromise and say they are equally good. :p
  • edited March 2012
    The theme song to Avengers: United They Stand. For the 100th time. Not kidding.
  • edited March 2012
    Scheiße by Lady GaGa. For the 872nd time. Not kidding either.
  • edited March 2012
  • edited April 2012
    I'm The One That's Cool by The Guild

    Score:
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    Critical hit!
  • edited April 2012
    I'm The One That's Cool by The Guild

    Score:
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    Critical hit!

    Hah! ;)
  • edited April 2012
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    Critical hit!

    Though that song was good, I wouldn't exactly call that a critical hit. I'd give that rating to this. Or this.
  • edited April 2012
    Nemeses by Jonathan Coulton with John Roderick.

    In a word - awesomballs.
  • edited April 2012
    The Mars Volta - 'Frances the Mute'

    Despite enjoying much of the album's content, all of the faffing about did make it one of the hardest albums I've ever made myself listen to.
  • edited April 2012
    Haven't had enough by Marianas Trench.
  • edited April 2012
    The last song I heard was I've Tried by Unisonic. It's a brand new melodic hardrock band with heavy metal legends Michael Kiske and Kai Hansen in it with some guy from Pink Cream 69 and Krokus. I've always loved everything that Michael Kiske puts his voice into, so I really cannot be too objective with this one :D 10/10
  • edited April 2012
    Acoustic version from Dover's Loli Jackson They sang it for an ad but it's a beautiful theme. THe original song here

    They were my favourite band. They changed their style to electronic and I didn't hear nothing from them since then. :(

    Score: 10/10 It's perfect. :)
  • edited April 2012
    A song who's name perfectly describes the feeling you get when listening to it - Big Giant Circle's HappiNESs.

    No score due to a lack of a measurement system that goes high enough.
  • edited May 2012
    I currently have this song on the brain.
  • edited June 2012
    Clockwork Angels.

    Truly one of Rush's greatest works.
    Every track is pure quality and its hard to point out highlights. All of them have great aspects to them.

    I definately suggest a few listens to the whole thing with the lyrics and opening paragraphs in hand, it really helps you to immerse into the whole concept of the album.

    For me my favourites have to be Caravan, Clockwork Angels, Headlong Flight and The Garden.

    Caravan is an excellent opener, and is a big heavy song with a fun riff, and some nice upbeat lyrics that make it hard to hate.

    Clockwork Angels has just fantastic imagery in the lyrics and the music. Very deep. Requires multiple listens to catch everything.

    Headlong Flight is just great. Great lyrics that make you think, awesome riffs, and it feels like a real rollercoaster of a song.

    And as for The Garden. You just have to hear it for yourself. I don't think my words could really do it justice. Beautiful, beautiful song.

    For a Rush album I'd give it a 9/10.

    Truly a legendary album by a legendary band.
    (Its amazing what can come from just 3 people. 3 great friends who just love doing what they do, and oh god does it show! :D)
    Go get it! :D
  • edited June 2012
    Already ordered the fan pack of 'Clockwork Angels' a couple of weeks ago. I was planning on pirating it upon release, because I really didn't wanna have to wait for it to arrive in the mail before I got to hear it. But... I've decided to hold out; I've realized that I want to experience the album along with its visual and physical side. Because that's half of what made my first listenings of 'Snakes and Arrows' so special - was having the album's corresponding artwork inside the booklet to accompany and complement the music. Having that to look through as I listened to the music, having the lyrics to follow along to, and having the CD case sitting on my desk - that completed the experience of the album. So, with that in mind, I decided I wouldn't deprive myself of that same joy with 'Clockwork Angels'.

    That decision has been agonizing, though. I really can't wait to hear it, after reading all of the positive feedback about it. My excitement really is rising dramatically each day. I'm glad to hear from you that's it's not a disappointment.
  • edited June 2012
    Thanks to someone alluding to it in a different thread, I sadly have THIS in my head. *shudder*

    1/10, and the one's solely for the "wtf?" factor.
  • edited June 2012
    Thanks to someone alluding to it in a different thread, I sadly have THIS in my head. *shudder*

    Masterpiece.
  • edited June 2012
    Oh he has a whole album. If I'm not mistaken(didn't look it up), it was voted as the worst music album by an athlete. That's quite a feat.

    As for stuff I've recently listened to, I'm up in the air about rating Clockwork Angels(Rush) and The Electric Age(Overkill). Clockwork Angels is great and definitely up for album of the year(overall maybe 8.5/10...a 7 if I go by Rush standards. Snakes and Arrows had a lot of songs lower than these but it also had a couple that I liked even more).

    I know nobody but me cares about Overkill, but this is the best album they've done since Horrorscope...maybe EVER. As far as metal goes, I don't think any album this year is even going to come close to this. The only two things I was disappointed in were:
    1) The fact they have now completely given up the integration of album numbers in the titles. KILLBOX 13, RELIXIV, IMMORTALIS(15), Ironbound?, The Electric Age? It was a cool thing they had going.
    2) The lack of an addition to their opus "Overkill", which would have been entry #6.
    Overall, I'd give this an 8/10.
  • edited June 2012
    When I woke up, I needed something awesome. So I played some Electric Light Orchestra. Great success!
  • edited October 2012
    25 years. Pirner still sounds exactly the same. It's like Geddy Lee syndrome or something. I really liked their last release, Silver Lining and decided to check out the new album. It's decent. Only one song really stuck with me though, could be the novelty factor. These days I would consider anything memorable to be a success the way music is going. Overall, the last album was a bit better.

    Let's All Kill Each Other!
  • edited October 2012
    Blues Brothers 2000 soundtrack: 5/10

    Weakest thing they’ve ever done.
  • edited October 2012
    Testing 1, 2, 3

    A pleasant little overlooked song by the Barenaked Ladies with melodic qualities and the recognizable BNL style.

    10/10
  • JenniferJennifer Moderator
    edited October 2012
    Thanks to someone alluding to it in a different thread, I sadly have THIS in my head. *shudder*
    I liked Shaq's rap in Michael Jackson's 2 Bad.

    I give that song a 9/10, mostly because I love the Ghost video.
  • edited October 2012
    The new KISS album is all right. Like the last one, a little too much Gene singing for my taste, but they did let Eric sing another song which was good. No rating, I just heard it once. I'll probably pick it up tuesday.
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