|Goo Goo Dolls - Iris|
(Nov 20, 2003 - 13:34)
|Not a bad song, but it was overplayed for a really long time on commercial radio. It doesn't quite fit in to the rest of RP's stuff. |
|Radiohead - Nice Dream|
(Mar 27, 2003 - 09:29)
|Love this song... but could someone please upload a cleaner version? This one has blips and skips throughout the song. :(|
|John Mayer - Back To You|
(Mar 21, 2003 - 16:23)
Oh, sorry, it was all that white noise RP was playing. What's that, you say? It was a song? Surely you jest!!
|Grateful Dead - Ripple (live)|
(Mar 12, 2003 - 16:47)
Originally Posted by holborne:
Oh, goody--Grateful Dead on a progressive station! Just what we need!
Look, the Grateful Dead isn't a good band. The Greatful Dead was never a good band. They had an impressive grassroots following, but that was because of the people, not the music. Let's face it--if you drop enough acid, anything sounds good, especially a few hours of noodling that passes for "improv." And it doesn't take talented musicians to noodle on for hours and hours with music that goes nowhere.
Aaaaaaaaamen and thank you!
|The Who - Underture|
(Mar 10, 2003 - 16:25)
|Underture? Underwhelming from an overrated band.
Disappointing to hear this on RP. :(
|Dave Matthews Band - Grey Street|
(Mar 10, 2003 - 14:58)
Originally Posted by Enrique:
I used to like some DMB until I came to RP. Now I have developed a Pavlovian response where at the first few notes of any DMB song, my hand involuntarily reaches for the mute button.
Yes!! Me too. I just find myself not wanting to subject myself to their music.
|Norah Jones - Come Away With Me|
(Mar 07, 2003 - 13:47)
|Please go away with someone - anyone - already, Nora. I'm sick of hearing your sleepy vocals and wimpy lounge piano everywhere.|
|Beta Band - Quiet|
(Mar 05, 2003 - 14:33)
|When I saw Radiohead, these guys were the opening act and put on a great show. Very memorable, and I enjoyed this song of theirs as much as I enjoy hearing it here.|
|Payolas - Eyes Of A Stranger|
(Mar 03, 2003 - 15:02)
|My Dad was at a wedding in Vancouver where these guys were the band (a couple of years after this song came out).
They performed "Eyes of a Stranger", and apparently my Dad decided to loudly outsing them. Heh. And he doesn't even drink. ;)