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  1. seems the answer to your question is in the related video's, Farin. Played by a 10 year old !
  2. For Emma, Forever Ago ~ Bon Iver Genre: Indie Folk Brilliant! Every sound, every note, it just fits and combines to beautiful music. This is art, people! 10/10
  3. 1. Demon Days - Gorillaz (2005) 2. Singing in the Rain - Gene Kelly (1952) 3. My Doorbell - The White Stripes (2005) 4. Sour Times - Portishead (1994) 5. Déjà Vu - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (1970) 6. Tainted Love - Soft Cell (1981) 7. Love Cats, The - The Cure (1984) 8. Bright Side Of The Road - Van Morrison (1979) 9. Take It Back - Pink Floyd (1994) 10.I'm A King Bee - The Rolling Stones (1964)
  4. "Around The World" ~ Daft Punk Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world Around the world, around the world.
  5. 2/10, but those 2 I really knew! I wasn't so lucky on my lucky guesses I guess..
  6. Exile on Main st. ~ The Rolling Stones I haven't listened too much too this album. You gotta pay attention when you listen to these songs. At first they seem a bit mediocre, no real awesomeness. Now now, after about a dozen listens I can see why this is considered such a great album. Escpecially Ventilator blues and Shine a light are top tracks imo. Good album, but as I said, it misses some epic songs which I find on most of the Stones albums. 8/10
  7. Frankly, I find it hard to rate an album. English isn't my native language and I feel I'm missing some appropriate adjectives to describe music.
  8. like which? (I'm scared to screw up my second nomination by forgetting this awesome album)
  9. Will anybody perhaps maybe consider trying to nominate Play (Moby) or Dummy (Portishead)?
  10. I do too, but the last few months I've been low on cash and far behind on my unlistened music folder, so I've been postponing visit's to the record store. I did get Triggerfinger's new album: "All this Dancin' Around" it's intense! oh and also: Sprinsteen
  11. Demon Days - Gorillaz Singing in the Rain - Gene Kelly
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    Congratulations to both of you, nice work
  13. 1. Schism - Tool (2001) 2. God Is On The Radio - Queens of the Stone Age (2002) 3. Phenomena - Yeah Yeah Yeah's (2006) 4. I'm Your Man - Leonard Cohen (1988) 5. Quando Quando Quando - Engelbert Humperdinck (1966) 6. I'm Lonely (But I Ain't That Lonely Yet) - The White Stripes (2005) 7. Just Breathe - Pearl Jam (2009) 8. A Kind Of Magic - Queen (1986) 9. Eternal Flame - The Bangles (1989) 10.Fat Old Sun - Pink Floyd (1970) Awesome nominations this week
  14. Just want to let you know that Triggerfinger has made a new kickass album. You can listen to it here Warning: not for when you're about to go to bed.
  15. May, June, UK festivals. This can only mean one thing: they are gonna do Belgium too!
  16. wow, I was thinking about nominating that song this week Martin. It'll obviously get a high vote from me!
  17. Ten ~ Pearl Jam Tracks: Once Even Flow Alive Why Go Black Jeremy Oceans Porch Garden Deep Release
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