Discussion in 'Box Office' started by Stevie, 13th Jun 2012.
Rumahoy - Netflix and Yarr
Golden years - David Bowie
I'm currently listening to a rather annoying ringing in my ear, that has so far lasted 2 days. Starting to question whether hacking my ears off with a rusty spork may be better than waiting 4 days to get to the doctor's.
Stanley knife dipped in bleach, followed by cauterisation with a hot knife would be more hygienic, but it won't work.
Try half a teaspoon of warm (not hot!) olive oil when led on your side instead.
In your ear that is, not down your throat.
Cure for pain...Morphine.
Best music ever.
Her energy is incredible!
New Eels album, the deconstruction.
Nice one, didn't have you down as a fan. I got their first couple of albums, then lost touch, then read Mark Everett's brilliant book and spent ages hunting down all their stuff. Not picked up the new one yet.
Leon Bridges. Incredible young talent from the states. Sounds like Sam Cooke for those of you wondering.
Conchita Wurst - Purple Rain
Funky covers of songs from my younger years.
Oh go on then
Just needed a bit of
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Well, sorry to bring up modern music, but...
Let's Eat Grandma's new album, absolutely amazing.
Not clever enough to do links, but the whole album is brilliant.
The last track...Donnie Darko, actually gave me goosebumps with the introduction of the guitar power chords half way through.
Not bad for two teenage girls from Norridge.
You need to hear this. Preferably through good speakers.
Lie Like Me- Ward Thomas.
Powerwolf - Sacrament of sin album.
The Greatest Showman - This Is Me
Seriously, I only listened to it for the first time last night, and I haven't been able to get it out of my head ever since. It's just so good and such an empowering song. <3
Glad you like it. it's my favourite song in the film.
J.Cole-Born sinner (Album)
Im not usually one for rap music but the way he uses music and creates it is something that sounds damn good and has good meaning behind it compared to most modern trash
There is plenty of 'conscious' hip hop around, probably at its biggest commercial peak since the early 90s.
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