24 jun 2010, 19:53 av Shasolace
20 dec 2009, 22:01 av yuberplushie
19 nov 2009, 12:10 av coops2404Bands/Artists I've Seen Live:
Acid Drop x6
A Day to Remember x2
The Aggrolites x3
All Time Low
Arctic Monkeys x2
August Burns Red x3
Avenged Sevenfold x2
Bad Manners x2
Bad Religion x3
Bandit the Panther
Bank Holiday Jez x2
Bay City Rollers
B. Dolan x2
Being A Tiger
Better Left Alone
Between the Buried and Me
Big D And The Kids Table
Billy Talent x2
The Black Keys
Black Label Society
Black Stone Cherry x3
Black Veil Brides x2
15 jul 2009, 03:29 av yuberplushieOpen iTunes/iPod (or whatever) to answer the following.
Total number of tracks:
3404 songs, 9.4 days, 22.93 GB
Sort by song title:
- First Song: COLOR - A.R.O
- Last Song: Nena - 99 Luftballon
Sort by song time:
- Shortest Song:Hanoi Rocks - Insert II (0:06)
- Longest Song: L.A. Guns - I Am Alive (18:51)
Sort by album:
- First Song: ABBA - Mamma Mia
- Last Song: BY-SEXUAL - Believe In Your Heart
Top 20 Most Played Songs:
The Grass Roots - Sooner or Later
ABBA - Waterloo
ABBA - Dreamworld
ABBA - Angeleyes
ABBA - The Name of the Game
ABBA - When All Is Said and Done
Camera Obscura - Lloyd, I'm Ready To Be Heartbroken
ELO - Telephone Line
ABBA - Mamma Mia
ABBA - Watch Out
Bay City Rollers - Saturday Night
Camera Obscura - If Looks Could Kill
Camera Obscura - French Navy
ELO - Mr. Blue Sky
Hanoi Rocks - Motorvatin'
Hanoi Rocks - Street Poetry
ABBA - So Long
ABBA - King Kong Song
Aura - Dreaming Now
Brewer & Shipley - One Toke Over The Line
Heart - Never
16 feb 2009, 16:30 av MAX650071
16 feb 2009, 16:23 av MAX650071
18 dec 2008, 15:24 av FilthyUke
29 apr 2008, 12:35 av ThadEnouf1899 - Born on this day, Duke Ellington, composer, bandleader, pianist, died 24th May 1974. Worked with Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Billie Holiday.
1928 - Born on this day, Carl Gardner, The Coasters.
1931 - Born on this day, Lonnie Donegan, singer who launched the skiffle craze.
1942 - Born on this day, Klaus Voorman, bass, Manfred Mann, Plastic Ono Band. Voorman designed the cover for The Beatles album 'Revolver.'
1947 - Born on this day, Tommy James, The Shondells.
1949 - Born on this day, Francis Rossi, guitar, vocals, Status Quo.
1953 - Born on this day, Bill Drummond, producer, A&R man, writer, musician. Joined Big In Japan in 1977 (with Holly Johnson, later of Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Ian Broudie later of Lightning Seeds). Co-founder of Merseysides Zoo Records. Formed KLF in the late 1980’s.
1960 - Born on this day, Phil King, bass, Lush.
1960 - Warner Brothers launched its own record label in Britain with the release of The Everly Brothers 'Cathy's Clown.'
18 apr 2008, 12:57 av ThadEnouf1942 - Born on this day, Mike Vickers, Manfred Mann.
1944 - Born on this day, Skip Spence, Moby Grape, Jefferson Airplane. He died on 16th April 1999.
1958 - Born on this day, Les Pattinson, Echo And The Bunnymen.
1964 - Born on this day, Mark 'Bez' Berry, Happy Mondays, Black Grape.
1964 - The Beatles appeared on the UK TV comedy program The Morecambe and Wise Show, playing ‘This Boy’, ‘All My Loving’, and ‘I Want to Hold Your Hand’ and also participate in comedy sketches with Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise. The Beatles also held the UK and US No.1 position on this day with 'Can't Buy Me Love'.
1969 - Lulu married Bee Gee Maurice Gibb, Brother Barry was the best man. The couple split in 1973.
1970 - Born on this day, Greg Eklund, drums, Everclear.
1970 - Appearing at London's Royal Albert Hall, Santana, Taj Mahal and It's A Beautiful Day.
1974 - Born on this day, Mark Tremonti, Creed.
1975 - Four Bay City Rollers fans were taken to hospital and 35 others required…
14 apr 2008, 13:12 av ThadEnouf1935 - Born on this day, Loretta Lynn, country singer, the first woman to be named Country Music Artist Entertainer Of The Year.
1942 - Tony Burrows, singer, Edison Lighthouse, (1970 UK No.1 single 'Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes'). Holds the record for having four records in the British Top Ten at once, all under different names. Edison Lighthouse ‘Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes), White Plains, ‘My Baby Loves Lovin', The Pipkins ‘Gimme Dat Ding,’ and the Brotherhood of Man's ‘United We Stand,’ all of which were hits in both the US and UK.
1945 - Born on this day, Ritchie Blackmore, guitarist, Deep Purple, Rainbow.
1963 - The Rolling Stones played at The Crawdaddy Club, Richmond. All four members of The Beatles were in the audience.
1964 - The King Bees, (featuring a young David Bowie, then David Jones), played at a wedding reception at the Jack Of Clubs in London.
1965 - Born on this day, Martyn Le Noble, Porno For Pyros.