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8 thoughts on “ Obvious - Sticks&Stones* - Theme Song For Nothing (CD, Album) ”

  1. music downloading - posted in General Discussion: time for real talk, who would be here if it wasnt for music downloading?
  2. Theme Song for Nothing Ulver Format: Audio CD. Although it lacks several tracks from the "Inner Revolt" demo and a handful of EP tracks, this album's inclusion on the Sticks & Stones anthology, "The Strife And Times" has rendered this CD entirely obsolete. It is still, however, a remarkable piece of 90's punk history, even though the /5(8).
  3. As rock critic Lester Bangs wrote in a review of the group's Super Hits album, "A song like 'Soul Deep' is obvious enough, a patented commercial sound, yet within these strictures it communicates with a depth and sincerity of feeling that holds the attention and brings you back often." Full article: The Box Tops.
  4. Aug 03,  · The album gets going with an extremely sombre folk metal musical interlude that sounds like what you would get if you made Korpiklaani play a song while hungover. This rolls right into a dark and sinister durge about the ‘Raven’s Tear’ that will be shed at your funeral, and this is about as cheerful as this dark piece of Scandinavian.
  5. Mountain Songs (Part 1) Mountain Songs (Part 2) Porno For Pyros. CD. Waves; A Priori; Alternative Live Vol. 2; Bones ‘N Smoking Stones; Castaic Lake; Dive Away; Don’t Need You; Eccentric; Japanese Pornomania; Live In Las Vegas, Nevada; Lollapalooza ; Los Angeles ; Porn Again; Porno For Perry; Suck On This; Surf To The Rising Sun.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for LCD Soundsystem is ever made, "Daft Punk Is Playing at My House" -- the boisterous opener of LCD Soundsystem -- would make an ideal theme song for the fraternity on which it is based. The self-conscious, awkward music obsessives pledging into this fraternity would have to.
  7. Paul Maich Paul Maich was raised in Connecticut on LPs and family harmonies. His fascination with the passage of time was the theme of his first CD, Time Like Gold. Self-taught, Paul views the piano and guitar as lifelong friends. He has sung in the Notre Dame Glee Club, in church choirs, and in bars. After his family, composing songs is what he loves best--first in his head, and later, in.
  8. Album number 2, Virtue, is very close to being a “perfect” album, like John Cale’s Paris – the songs are strong individually, but there’s a theme running through the album, and consequently the album is much better than any of the songs on their own. Paris dates from , and a lot of water has been passed since then.

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