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PeeKnuckle, April 2, 2010 in Music
The Fragile is such a damn awesome album.
I agree, The Fragile is probably my favorite album by Trent. There's not one track on there I hate.
Youtube playlist for the Jet Set Radio soundtrack.
Click and let it play as you surf the interwebs.
Saw the band Wilco last night. The venue was the Carnegie Music Hall, probably the coolest venue I've ever been to for a show. My friend Evan and I got tickets about 30 minutes before the concert started. We were in the last row of the 2nd balcony (as far back as you could be), but there wasn't a bad seat in the house. It was a very small and personal venue (not like an arena show); even though we were two stories above the band, it felt like you were right there in front of them. Their set lasted three hours! It was absolutely incredible! We stayed after the show and asked the band if they wanted to get beers with us at a local bar, but they said they had to head to Chicago. Good times though
Check out the guitar solo @ 2:37. It's ridiculous!
Yeah, ive pretty much been binging on NIN and Chris Cornell for the past week...
I'm a more sporadic listener, if I binge on an artist it'll be for a day maybe 2 and then I'll move on. Always discovering new stuff all the time too.
Global Deejays- The Sounds of San Fransisco
Gets stuck in my head so fast.
I'm seeing the Black Keys and mewithoutYou perform for free this Friday night at Carnegie Mellon University which is right next to UPitt. Should be an awesome show!
Wish the Black Keys would perform live here. Free or not. They rule.
bam, love this song
http://www.youtube.c...h?v=wXuOHxwbO4Ebam, love this song
I was listening to this song today and I just felt the need to post it in here. The song is by one of my favorite bands, Poets of the Fall. I've been listening to them since I heard "Late Goodbye" in the end credits of Max Payne 2. Ironically, this same song is being used in Alan Wake (Found that out after I heard it). This song is called War, and is probably one of the most compelling songs I've heard in a while. I've played it over and over again since I first listened to it.
Time for a little retro.
Time for a little retro. ]
Got my tics to see Maiden this summer...
Maiden puts on one hell of a show live.
Okay, Kitty just reminded me of these guys. Definitely not my usual pace, but for some reason, I dig them. They're from Nova Scotia, so the Scottish influence in their music is very strong.
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