Just for funsies, I thought I'd post this. I think my plays are skewed because of playlists my wife keeps and because I listen to shuffle so often. I'm doing this via my iPod, so I can't tell the number of listens like through iTunes.
Anyway, here it goes:
1) Alkaline Trio - Warbrain
2) Alk3 - Off the Map
3) Saves the Day - At Your Funeral
4) Alk3 - Blue Carolina
5) The Offspring - What Happened to You?
6) Alk3 - Stupid Kid
7) Alk3 - If We
I love music. I can appreciate music. Even horrible music is better than no music. Some musicians push the boundaries of what music is and isn't. Some music is created specifically to sell a product. Either way, music stirs the emotions. There is no doubt about that.
Let me start by saying that a lot of people say they "love good music." What does that mean? And what does it mean to be open-minded about music? "Hi, I like good music." "Do you listen to Tito
Well, so much for my promise to blog more.
I wanted to post my first impressions about the new Bad Religion album, The Dissent of Man. It would be fun to check back and see what I initially thought of it. Let's have a go at it.
My first taste of the new album came when Epitaph was streaming "The Devil in Stitches." The truth is, I really wasn't impressed. I thought it was a little goofy. "Resist Stance" started streaming next. It was a lot faster
Shit's gonna be super fun. I'm sure you're bored as fuck in line right now, but all of you guys are going to experience something totally rad.
Sing til you can't anymore.
Title: Carry on My Wayward Son
1) Tim McGraw - "Down on the Farm"
2) MFATGG - "Over the Rainbow
3) Benefit - "If I Owned a Midget"
4) The Sounds - "Dance With Me"
5) Cypress Hill - "Insane In the Brain"
6) The Killers - "Human"
7) Sonata Arctica - "Kingdom for a Heart
8) Pressure Point - "Heart Like a Lion"
9) Manowar - "Courage"