• my old top artists from like, 2006 => current top

    8 dec 2012, 08:13

    Original Broadway Cast => Florence + the Machine
    Our Lady Peace => 近藤浩治
    The Cast of Buffy the Vampire Slayer => SHINee
    Jonathan Larson - => 雅-MIYAVI-
    The Dresden Dolls => Howard Shore
    Nirvana => GACKT
    Franz Ferdinand => Tori Amos
    Panic! At The Diso => Our Lady Peace
    Weezer => 高梨康治
    Muse => Kanye West
    Original Cast Recording => E Nomine
    Incubus => Sufjan Stevens
    Bon Jovi => 安室奈美恵
    We Are Scientists => 大島ミチル
    Goo Goo Dolls => Bruce Falconer
    Elton John => Kid Cudi
    Switchfoot => Ministry of Magic
    Arctic Monkeys => Murray Gold
    No Doubt => Tokio Hotel
    James Blunt => Mala Rodríguez
    Ben Folds => Pendulum
    The Beatles => Duncan Sheik & Steven Sater
    International Cast Recording => 増田俊郎
    Shinedown => DJ Khaled
    Ben Folds Five => Of Monsters and Men
    Green Day => Rihanna
    The Strokes => Eminem
    Something Corporate => Gorillaz
    Original Broadway Cast Recording => 浜崎あゆみ
    Jimmy Eat World => Klaypex
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs => Incubus
    My Chemical Romance => Paramore
    Anthony Rapp => Porcelain and the Tramps
    Nine Inch Nails => Linkin Park
    The White Stripes => B2ST
    Oobc => Zelda Reorchestrated
    Within Temptation => 植松伸夫
    Bruce Springsteen => ONE OK ROCK
    Raúl Esparza, Jerry Dixon and Amy Spanger => Within Temptation
    Alanis Morissette => BIG BANG
    The All-American Rejects => Evanescence
    Everclear => 北出菜奈
    The Smashing Pumpkins => Arcade Fire
    The Used => Tilly and the Wall
    dear and the headlights => The Dresden Dolls
    Queen => Muse
    Sex Pistols => Kool Savas
    Sting => Imogen Heap
    Dan Fogelberg & Tim Weisberg => Jonathan Larson
    The Offspring => Rippingtons


  • Our Lady Peace Live Dream Set List -- 3 Songs per Album

    8 aug 2009, 01:25

    Everyone else is doing it and I want to be cool, too. Hahaha.


    Basically this is a live dream setlist for Our Lady Peace. The rule I am imposing on myself is that there has to be 3 songs per album. The tracks must also appear in chronological order, as they do on the album track listing.

    1. Starseed
    2. Hope
    3. Julia

    4. Superman's Dead
    5. Automatic Flowers
    6. Clumsy

    Happiness... Is Not a Fish That You Can Catch
    7. Happiness & The Fish
    8. Consequence of Laughing
    9. Stealing Babies

    Spiritual Machines
    10. In Repair
    11. Middle of Yesterday
    12. Made to Heal

    13. Made Of Steel
    14. Sorry
    15. A Story About A Girl

    Healthy In Paranoid Times
    16. Where Are You
    17. Love And Trust
    18. The World On A String

    Burn Burn
    19. Monkey Brains
    20. The End Is Where We Begin
    21. The Right Stuff

    22. Signs Of Life from Burn Burn
    23. Will The Future Blame Us from Healthy In Paranoid Times
    24. If You Believe from Spiritual Machines
  • And the eternal debate begins:

    11 okt 2007, 22:23

    The question is finally thrown out there: Is Danny Elfman's The Nightmare Before Christmas a movie or a movie?
  • Genres, Part II

    25 sep 2007, 00:28

    Listen, please:

    I see and hear this all the time. This kind of talk isn't limited to the Last.Fm community, because I witness it everywhere:

    "Wtf My Chemical Romance isnt emo fagsss!"

    "Who in their right mind would tag this as ?"

    There are debates everywhere I go about what genre Sufjan Stevens is, people crying to the public, "Oh, you pretentious snobs, get off your high horse and listen to real music!"

    Green Day isn't punk, many claim, just a sad excuse for a band of wannabe rockstars.

    To be honest, though, I'm sick and tired of these stupid arguments.

    Music is music. Stop caring about the label/tag/genre and like or dislike it based on your own personal preferences.

    What music a person likes isn't based on the fucking tag but how the music sounds. Whether it's "emo" or "alternative" or whatever it is people are arguing about is irrelevant!
  • Genres: How Boring Only One Would Be

    30 jun 2007, 04:42

    Sitting here at eleven at night, sleep drenching my thoughts, I came to an astounding conclusion:

    Listening to just one genre of music would be unbelievably and unbearably boring.

    I don't understand how people can limit what they listen to! There's people who only listen to what's on the "popular" radio stations, the people that only listen to bands, people that only listen to , people that only listen to obscure bands that no one in their right minds would ever have heard of, et cetera.

    How boring!

    I came to voice this opinion while I was sitting at my computer and (as usual) doing nothing but watch my tracks show up on my Last.Fm page as I was babysitting. I had my iPod (Bob) synched to my computer (Freda) and had my lovely "CLASSIC ROCK STILL ROCKS" (yes, an obnoxious title for a playlist, but I get really bored when I make new ones and have fun with the caps lock and other keys) playlist going, when I decided, "This is good music. However, if this was all I was to be allowed to listen to for awhile, this would get old, and it would get old fast."

    I have a very eclectic taste in music, no doubt. I listen to almost everything under the sun.

    I have my doses of just about everything out there, from Black Label Society (I really can't help myself; I've become infatuated with the song Stillborn) to Rihanna (that stupid Umbrella (feat. Jay-Z) song is so pathetically catchy that I find myself singing "...Ella, ella, ella, eh, eh, eh!" to myself all the time) to 安室奈美恵 (Violet Sauce makes me want to dance, but I won't for the sake of those around me), to the story of Sweeney Todd (Stephen Sondheim) who cooked people into pies (what a great musical!).

    Honestly, just listening to one thing would bore me to bloody tears.
  • Music Questions

    26 mar 2007, 03:02

    Put your music player on shuffle
    Post the first forty songs that come up. You can repeat artists if you want. If you have any repeats, skip to the next track.

    #1 Running to Stand Still
    #2 Help Me
    #3 Something Bad
    #4 I Hear A Symphony
    #5 Flight to the Ford
    #6 Get on the Ball
    #7 When the Sun Goes Down
    #8 Sign Off
    #9 Untitled
    #10 My Love Grows Deeper Part 1
    #11 The ABC Cafe/Red And Black
    #12 Sound and Vision
    #13 New Sensation
    #14 Coming Clean
    #15 Honey, Honey
    #16 Entr'Act
    #17 Why Should I Cry For You?
    #18 Slipping Through My Fingers
    #19 Undone - The Sweater Song
    #20 Cheating On You
    #21 The Lights Went Out
    #22 The Old Gumbie Cat
    #23 Inside the Deku Tree
    #24 My Own Best Friend
    #25 Tom Felton's Kinda Hot
    #26 Passion
    #27 One Of Us
    #28 Love Is A Number
    #29 Me and a Gun
    #30 One Family
    #31 The Hardest Button to Button
    #32 Under The God (Tin Machine)
    #33 Heaven on Their Minds
    #34 Will and Elizabeth
    #35 The Money Song
    #36 Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own
    #37 Your Eyes
    #38 Sunburn
    #39 Express Yourself
    #40 My Girl Is a Beard


    1. Which song do you prefer, #1 or #40?:
    40 - I haven't really ever listened to #1

    2. Have you ever listened to #12 continuously on repeat?:
    Nope. I don't think I've ever given that one a good listen to, either.

    3. What album is #26 from?:
    It's either from some video game soundtrack or some DDR soundtrack, most likely.

    4. What do you think about the artist who did #15?:
    I haven't seen the musical but I love the music.

    5. Is #19 one of your favorite songs?:
    It probably was, at one point. It's such a fun one.

    6. Who does #38 remind you of?:
    The lead singer of Muse. He sings it.

    7. Does #20 have better lyrics or music?:
    I don't know the lyrics or the tune off the top of my head and I'm too lazy to listen to it - I'm trying to listen to my Buffy CD again.

    8. Do any of your friends like #3?:
    Yeah! Wicked is amazing.

    9. Is #33 from a movie soundtrack?:
    A musical one, but it might have been made into a movie. I'm not sure.

    10. Is #18 overplayed on the radio?:
    I wish! I have yet to find a show tunes radio station.

    11. What does #21 remind you of?:
    Not really anything.

    12. Which song do you prefer, #5 or #22?:
    Eh, I don't particularly like either. I'll go with #5, though; I like the Lord of the Rings better than I like the musical Cats.

    13. What album is #17 from?:
    Fields of Gold: The Best of Sting 1984-1994

    14. When did you first hear #39?:
    Eh, who knows? Awhile ago.

    15. When did you first hear #7?:
    Maybe a year ago?

    16. What genre is #8?:
    I'm horrible with genres, but the CD was labelled Alternative & Punk when I put it on my computer, so we'll go with that one.

    17. Do any of your friends like #14?:

    18. What color does #4 remind you of?
    Red or gold. The CD was gold, but I thought it was red, and it reminds me of the CD case.

    19. Have you ever blasted #11 on your stereo?
    It's always fun to blast French revolution songs about dying and the "blood of angry men," but sadly I have not.

    20. What genre is #37?

    21. Can you play #13 on any instrument?
    No, no, no. I can't. I'm not musically gifted or inclined in any way, and I haven't even checked what song #13 is yet.

    22. What is your favorite lyric from #30?
    Hah, this one's the instrumental version.

    23. What is your favorite lyric from #23?:
    Another instrumental!

    24. Would you recommend #24 to your friends?:
    Eh, no. I haven't heard it yet.

    25. Is #2 a good song to dance to?:
    Probably not, but it'd be funny to watch someone try to.

    26. Do you ever hear #6 on the radio?:
    Nope, but No Doubt is often played on the radio.

    27. Is #32 more of a nighttime or daytime song?:
    I haven't listened to this one much, either, so I couldn't tell you. Once more, I'm busy listening away to my Buffy CD and I don't feel like switching songs.

    28. Does #36 have any special meaning to you?:
    Nah. No special meaning to me. I'm pretty sure I could make it on my own if I tried.

    29. Do any of your friends like #31?:
    Probably, but I'm not sure.

    30. Is #25 a fast or slow song?:
    Slower. But it's so hysterical.

    31. Is #35 a happy or sad song?:
    HAPPY. What could be more happy then, "Do what Jesus Christ would do, and give me your money!"?

    32. What is one of your favorite lyrics from #9?:
    I'm too lazy to look up the lyrics and I couldn't tell you off the top of my head.

    33. Is #34 better to listen to alone or with friends?:
    FRIENDS. I love to torture them with my weird soundtracks.

    34. When did you first hear #27?:
    I actually haven't listened to it yet.

    35. Name 3 other songs by the artist who did #29.
    Sweet Dreams, Playboy Mommy, Baker Baker

    36. Do you know all the words to #6?:

    37. Does #28 have better lyrics or music?:

    38. What album is #10 from?:
    Whoa. Nelly. or something.

    I think I lost the rest of the questions. Oh well.
  • Small Steps, Heavy Hooves

    13 feb 2007, 19:24

    I've been a fan of Dear and the Headlights for awhile, now, and I've been living off the songs on their demos for quite some time.

    However, it has come to my attention that they have finally released a CD: Small Steps, Heavy Hooves.

    Unfortunatley, it doesn't include my favorite song (daysleeper), but I'm still uber-excited to buy it off of iTunes or at Target as soon as possible.

    Does anyone else have the CD yet?

    How is it?
  • Canada

    22 nov 2006, 20:31

    Canada has come up with some pretty great music! I didn't even know half these artist/bands were , but they are!

    Canada has come up with some pretty great artists.

    Alanis Morisette
    The Arcade Fire
    Avril Lavigne
    Barenaked Ladies
    Billy Talent
    Hot Hot Heat
    Joni Mitchell
    Nelly Furtado
    The New Pornographers (A newly disovered favorite.)
    Our Lady Peace
    Tegan and Sara

    just to name a few.

    Hooray for Canada for saving the music scene.
  • Horray for Last.Fm.

    30 okt 2006, 01:14

    Well, I must say. Without, my music taste would definatley have been somewhat different.

    Without, I would not have gotten into Boys Like Girls (ignore the caps; they aren't supposed to be there), or TV on the Radio, or the Arctic Monkeys. Probably I would not have gotten Idina Menzel's off-Broadway CD, Still I Can't Be Still (which is superb). OK Go probably wouldn't have been anywhere on my charts.

    In just over a month or so I'm going to be wrapping up my first year on And I must say, I love to death. This is where I spend most of my time (like the loserface I am). I listen to songs just to watch them show up on here.

    Horray for loserfaces like me everywhere<3
  • njkfnds.

    21 okt 2006, 18:30

    I had something to say but I forgot what it was.

    I want to watch T.V.

    but I don't want to leave my precious music :(