Noir - Canta per me
It's just a jump to the left
And then a step to the right
With your hands on your hips
You bring your knees in tight
But it's the pelvic thrust that really drives you insane....
The Time Warp from the Rocky Horror Picture Show.
(... And I'm too lazy to list everyone in it).
Os Mutantes - A Minha Menina
Wow. This band cuts some thick psychedelia. I'm really enjoying this. Their self titled album is some good shit, and I'd like to look more into this Tropicalia.
Of Montreal - Will You Come and Fetch Me
Speaking of thick psychedelia. It takes some real talent to arrange stuff like this, where one of the most crucial sounds is the simple strum of the autoharp.
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The Fame, Lady Gaga- Wow. This song is catchy. Like, really catchy. Maybe not as catchy as Paparazzi (well, that was catchy in my opinion), but more catchy than Poker Face (which I found was forcibly catchy).
"I miss the days when we just cared how cool an enemy was rather than critiquing and analyzing everything to death." - Shield Key
The Smiths - Hand In Glove
Brian Jonestown Massacre - Hide and Seek (live)
While Anton Newcombe was never the most clever lyricist, the songs are guitar pop masterpieces IMO. This song in particular is a live staple, I've probably seen 'em play it all the 4 times I went to their concerts. Nowadays the live version goes on for up to 10 minutes and during some of the bridges they insert a line from The Smiths' song "That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore--" "I've seen this happen, to other people's lives, now it's happening to mine." Sounds great.
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Blutengel - Forever.
German Gothic / Dark Electro / Industrial.
I normally listen to Metal but I just fell in love with Blutengel. Their songs are simply beautiful. Anyone who listens to Industrial, or Dark Electro/Darkwave should give them a listen.
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For The Cruxshadows, pretty much anything off of the Ethernaut album is good. As for The Birthday Massacre, I recommend the songs Happy Birthday, Video Kid, or Blue. And Eisbrecher's good ones are Vergissmeinicht and Schwarze Witwe.
The Smiths - How Soon Is Now
Tool parabol and parabola. I used to not care for these songs but now Im hooked on them.
Last night a friend and I went and checked out a band called The Beards.
The band all have beards. Every song they sing is about beards, and how great it is having a beard.
A Wizard needs a beard
No beard, no good
If your dad doesn't have a beard, you've got 2 mums
There you go Darkmoon
Spiritualized and Charlie Parker.
I just saw Public Image Ltd. on Wednesday and god damn, the whole band played a tight as hell set. First and foremost Johnny Rotten hasn't lost a single thing, and the support he has is exceptional. A good amount of the songs were their dub-influenced stuff (though there was also some great pop, like Rise, (This Is Not A) Love Song, Disappointed, Public Image, etc) and the bassist provided the sound for that perfectly. Great to hear Love Song (the opener) change to Poptones.
Elvis Costello & The Attractions - Beyond Belief
A Perfect Circle- Passive. I like the song but it hits a nerve I dont like.
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