|Conjure One - Center of the Sun (w/ Poe)|
(Sep 07, 2003 - 21:44)
|another female voice that knows exactly what i desire
and it is trying to tell me how i can get at it
but every time i try to hear the instructions, i get lost in downtown euphoria
|Steve Earle - Copperhead Road|
(Aug 27, 2003 - 18:29)
Originally Posted by Saluki:
Steve Earle Rocks!
He's one of those guys that you have to stop what you're doing so you can listen to the whole song.
i just did.
|The Church - Myrrh|
(Aug 16, 2003 - 15:01)
|the church are solid
far removed from depeche mode-- church has some great guitar work
best album is 'blurred crusade'
|Pangea - Kiranga Beat|
(Aug 01, 2003 - 18:27)
|bass and drum lines remind me of old public image limited (johnny rotten post sex pistols)song off of 'this is what you want/ this is what you get' album
lyrics went/go something like "when i was born, the doctors did not like me, grabbed my ankles and spanked me like a turkey" or something
|The Clash - Straight To Hell|
(Jul 27, 2003 - 15:26)
|i have not read anything below
the clash is often overlooked as one of the most creative and talented bands of the second-half of the 20th century
their diversity rules
you have to agree
|Kate Bush - Jig of Life|
(Jul 21, 2003 - 18:28)
|hard to input the mechanical property data of collagen films into an excel spreadsheet during this song
actually, it's also hard to type this comment
kate bush? not so much
|Dixie Chicks - Truth No. 2|
(Jul 06, 2003 - 12:43)
|blah blah blah bush texas blah blah hot chicks blah blah pregnant blah blah
get your 'blah on' all you want, whenever i hear this band i put down my sweat-drizzled sledgehammer and always an interested listen
they sounded-ed good
|Kula Shaker - Tattva|
(Jun 27, 2003 - 09:08)
|is this a song about the nba superstar dikembe mutombo?
chorus sounds like "something, something, something, mutombo"
|Chris Whitley - To Joy (Revolution of the Innocents)|
(Jun 12, 2003 - 11:47)
|how do i make my favorite chris whitley tracks available for rp to play?
he has too many other tracks that need to be experienced/loved by the ever-appreciative music lovers here at rp.
|Steve Earle - Conspiracy Theory|
(Jun 10, 2003 - 21:15)
Originally Posted by TreborG2:
I don't want war, but I'd rather not have a proven homicidal lunatic ready to launch chemical and biological weapons my way, nor live in fear that every day might be the day I find out what its like to be a casualty of what someone else thinks is god's way!
And no, I don't believe in the same god, nor in the same blinded religion YOU do, so go be a cow on someone else's time!
i think i may be in love
p.s. i'm a male, what are you?
|Zwan - El Sol|
(Jun 10, 2003 - 20:51)
|i used to be a huge pumpkins fan, but developed acidic distaste after corgans comments that his last pumpkin album was a market failure
he said he was upset with his fans because they were not following him as he was pushing rock music in a new direction
kind of like my friend michael stipe of rem who once said something about having the best voice in music
slow down and cool out guys, just make cool music and people will listen and buy it
|Blind Melon - Change|
(May 14, 2003 - 11:37)
|maybe i'm just a sucker for bands with prematurely self-expired lead singers, but blind melon was one of the more creative sounds of the 90's
profound lyrics, creative guitar work, and groovy rhythms
kind of a cross between the grateful dead and jane's addiction
and i like it a lot
|Men At Work - Overkill|
(May 14, 2003 - 11:17)
|serious as any other perfect pop song
recently heard acoustic version of this song and it was/is hot
you must put aside the goofiness of vegemite sandwiches and door knocking in order to appreciate
|Gomez - In Our Gun|
(May 09, 2003 - 16:43)
Originally Posted by Jill:
Too much Gomez. What is this, FM radio?
please miss jill, tell me on what fm station in central jersey do you allegedly hear "too much gomez"?
k-rock, wplj, z100, oh wait, wsou?
wfmu is not an acceptable answer either.
just be quiet and be thankful you are able to recognize gomez songs
you am silly!
|Merrie Amsterburg - Walking On The Moon|
(May 09, 2003 - 15:05)
|i wonder if heterosexual women can hear the sensuality in this woman's voice. i can physically taste her breath in my naked right ear.|
|Crack the Sky - Animal Skins|
(Apr 25, 2003 - 16:04)
|is this band around now or are they a band from the sixties?
pretty timeless and innovative, yo
|Todd Rundgren - Bang the Drum All Day|
(Apr 07, 2003 - 15:13)
|this song takes me back to a time when i had no idea what music meant and i don't like being there
i can still hear all the clowns and morons on z-100's "z morning zoo" from new york city yelling and making zero sense
what ever happened to mr leonard?
|Porcupine Tree - Fadeaway|
(Apr 04, 2003 - 10:37)
|i disagree with you
what you have stated is obviously not your opinion
Originally Posted by Pilgrim301:
Maybe it's Pink Floydie if you've got cotton in your ears, you're 3/4 drunk, and you're submerged in water ... sounds more like someone's taken Duran Duran's guitarist but dropped Simon-baby to me.
I voted a big "1" on this sucko barfo tune. But that's just my opinion.
|The Church - Reptile|
(Mar 10, 2003 - 14:50)
|great blending of rhythm and lead guitars
blurred crusade is a brilliant album and i believe the church's best work
|Hole - Malibu|
(Mar 02, 2003 - 12:14)
|i'm in love with courtney love
especially the so-called 'dirty' courtney
and who is kurt cobain?
|Perry Farrell - Song Yet To Be Sung|
(Mar 02, 2003 - 11:04)
Originally Posted by camarkim:
I thought this was some terrible new/old U2 song. Then I noticed it was a terrible Perry Farrell song. Now don't get me wrong. He (w/Jane's Addiction, Prono for Pyros, etc.) is a genius. (Except with this song.)
by yourself, you are one tough crowd
'terrible' old u2 song?
'terrible' perry farrell song?
mr farrell would probably appreciate you considering him a pert-time genious
it must be hard living in your world where all artists must be perfect according to your standards
i am glad i don't hang out with you
|Cornershop - Music Plus 1|
(Feb 26, 2003 - 17:59)
|i just went from the 'roger rabbit' to the 'running man' right into the 'water sprinkler'
at least that's what i think i did
and now my back hurts
|Neil Young - Old Man|
(Feb 26, 2003 - 14:45)
Originally Posted by twistelette:
I remember when I first heard this, back at my aunt's house. I was sitting on the wooden floor in the butterscotch of the afternoon sunlight and Harvest was playing. This song immediatly struck me, esp. the banjo instrumental bit before the chorus. :)
"butterscotch of the afternoon light" is brilliant.
your own words?
|Kate Bush - Rocket Man|
(Feb 26, 2003 - 11:11)
Originally Posted by MiataDJ:
I really don't know what to think about this. Elton's still the MASTER...no matter what. Kate's just doing her interpretation...and it scares me.
elton is the master of what? oh yeah, irrelevance.
without the coat and glasses he is the same as my mom
|The Church - Destination|
(Feb 26, 2003 - 08:47)
|'blurred crusade' is an absolutely brilliant album by the church
church:blurred crusade as boy or war:u2
it's like an analytical question on the sat's
|Bruce Cockburn - Mango|
(Feb 25, 2003 - 12:13)
|is it politically correct to write a song about mangos?
besides tango, nothing rhymes with mango
this song may be real annoying
|Flaming Lips - Do You Realize??|
(Feb 23, 2003 - 15:30)
|like most of you others, my musical tastes range from pikes peak to that big swamp in florida--- i have a new order / led zeppelin mixed tape for crying out loud
having said that, this song makes me violently nauseous.
|James Horner - Sing, Sing, Sing|
(Feb 20, 2003 - 11:28)
Originally Posted by drow:
YET ANOTHER BORING DAY OF THE SAME TIRED SONGS @ RADIO PARADISE
who's more boring and tired: the boring and tired music, or the boring and tired fool who listens?
keep on listening you addicted fool!
|Boy On A Dolphin - Nouwe O N'Mazei|
(Feb 14, 2003 - 10:13)
|is this george michael performing with simba, moufassa, and the 'peel the bananna, squash the bananna guy'? that's an unsexy thought.|
|Michael Hedges - Aerial Boundaries|
(Feb 14, 2003 - 10:07)
|listen to rp most of day as i 'work'. at least once an hour a new song perks up my ears and i go check out what the cause is. i know nothing about this artist or song but i do seem to understand where he wants me to go. and i am a sucker for an aggressively strummed string instrument.|
|T.O.K. - Galang Gal (Diwali Riddim)|
(Jan 29, 2003 - 14:21)
|can't love every song, i guess
but i really feel nauseous every time i hear this 'song'
please, please, please no more!!!!!!
|Big Head Todd & The Monsters - Riviera|
(Jan 22, 2003 - 11:27)
|big head todd takes me back to boulder colorado in the late eighties and early nineties at the university of colorado... hanging out in the sun on the deck of the university memorial center on thursday afternoons drinking 3.2% beer purchased with the fakest of fake id's listening to the up-and-coming bht and the monsters for free (bht also played frequently with other 'big' boulder band at that time, the samples)... good times|
|Steely Dan - Aja|
(Jan 18, 2003 - 13:24)
|this is the first song that i was turned onto that made me realize what REAL music is. what possibly could be changed in this song to make it better?|
|Chris Whitley - To Joy (Revolution of the Innocents)|
(Nov 20, 2002 - 11:32)
|whitley is one of best musicians who rode into and out of the 90's
key words: diverse, insane, brilliant, intense
saw him in may at joes pub in nyc-- just him and his dobro guitar. absolutely amazing. but apparently an off night for him (vocally livid with sound-board operator, constant complaining about record company over-booking his tour, non-stop mid-song tuning of guitar, etc...) however, it was nothing a 5 minute on-stage joint smoking break did not resolve
highlight was an amazing cover of blind faith "can't find my home" played with a rhythm guitarist and a saxophonist whitley used to play with in washington square park
i recommend buying his albums in order of release (take your time with each... it is possible to overdose on whitley, but that is not a bad thing.
it would be nice for rp to dive into his older work
|David Bowie - Heroes (live acoustic)|
(Nov 16, 2002 - 11:10)
|how is it that this song is so brilliant and bowie is such a huge name and yet i seem to not enjoy any of his other work?
maybe i'm just not hearing it???
|Ministry - Everyday Is Halloween|
(Oct 31, 2002 - 14:07)
|these earlier cuts are indeed much lighter and more 'poppier' than the crazy industrial death rock they followed this up with
as i understand, ministry was always a real heavy band and their first record label made them lighten it up
i too remember a post-lallapoolza ministry concert in denver in 1991 when they played behind a 20 foot chain link fence and had two burning cauldrons on either side
i had to take a breather from the mosh pit when one of the many ministry band members decided to dive off the top of the fence and land on my head