Seeing as the Random Thought Depository wasn't a complete waste of time (although that's arguable!), why not have a similar thread in the music based forum, but the difference being you note down whatever song you're currently getting a buzz out of listening to. Or just a song that means something to you at the time of posting, or perhaps one that you can't get out of your head. Hopefully this will give us all an insight into our bizarre music tastes - and perhaps even get us to seek out some of the songs/artists mentioned.
PS... I've made a small modification to the thread, so you can give a couple of tracks at a time, if you so wish.
I'll start with 'Utopia' by Goldfrapp. It's on the Teachers soundtrack and it's one of the coolest late night chill out tunes ever invented.
I'm listening to a few tracks at the moment. My favourites are:
God Moving Over The Face Of The Water - Moby Disengage The Simulator - CKY 96 Quite Bitter Beings - CKY Right Here In My Arms - H.I.M. Echo - Incubus Someday - The Stokes Adrienne - The Calling Wonderboy - Tenacious D
Currently, my ear drums are being treated to a bit of 'Love Foolosophy' by Jamiroquai. I just love funk-type grooves, and this track is funk/disco paradise. Or something. Marvellous anyway. Now if only I could dance like Jay K.
i hate jamiroquai!! but i kinda liked that song that said something about underground??? i have the lagwagon "may 16" song in my head cuz i was playing on the computer yesterday, its a cool song though unlike that evil cheeky girls song!
you were lovely of form and face, but i had a feeling that if a gnat dove into your pool of knowledge, he'd break his neck
I must say the presence of Jamiroquai-based worship on this sight whiffs slightly of cheese. Don't all his songs sound the same? Doesn't he look a twat in each and every single video he's in? And if the tabloids are correct, he gets in more fights than Liam Gallagher. Damnit Collie, you've shaken my faith in your music tastes.
Oh, right, 3 songs then: 1. Freebird by Lynerd Skynyrd (best solos ever - exactly what Feeder need) 2. Life On Mars? by David Bowie (best piano song ever - another sort of song Feeder need) and 3. Moonshine by Feeder (emotion without the cheese, and a nice grandiose closer to the album).
Now there's 3 songs you could take home to meet your parents!
P.S. apologies to any fans of cheese.
"If your right hand gets tired, switch to your left."
I'm not a Jamiroquai worshipper, although I do like some of their music now. It is so refreshing compared to much of the other drivel in the charts, even if it is perhaps mimicked by other pop acts. As to songs sounding the same, well some do, but only in the way that every band has a sound, and to the untrained ear, it's difficult to differentiate between the songs. However, there's quite a bit of jazz stuff on their albums, which they don't release as singles.
Feeder also have a fair amount of 'cheese' factor these days. Quickfade and We Can't Rewind stinks of predictable Stilton, and Seven Days in the Sun is pure Edam. Come Back Around is part cheddar too.