30 déc. 2011, 14h06m par ReachDown
8 jan. 2011, 2h38m par cheesesodaHOLY FUCK. 2010 saw me buying (and receiving) a shitton of albums. I went from 48 in 2009 to 213 in '10. I may be a lot richer in music, but clearly not so much in the wallet. Fuck it, though. It was all worth it. I have a feeling that 2011 will find a little more middle ground. Anyway, it's never too early in the year to start! Oh, and I'm not going to include vinyl in here... you can see that in my vinyl collection entry.
OJM - Volcano (2010)
Brutus - Brutus (2010)
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Pendulum (1970)
Snail - Blood (2009)
The Dead Weather - Sea of Cowards (2010)
The Virginmarys - Cast the First Stone (2010)
Spirit - Spirit (1968)
Radio Moscow - Radio Moscow (2007)
Radio Moscow - Brain Cycles (2009)
Truckfighters - Gravity X (2006)
Truckfighters - Phi (2008)
Antler - Antler (2004)
Assemble Head In Sunburst Sound - When Sweet Sleep Returned (2009)
Wolf People - Steeple (2010)
Colour Haze - Colour Haze (2006)
Colour Haze - All (2008)
6 mars 2010, 18h59m par Hyde_
3 fév. 2010, 19h31m par BenRiemersma
12 jan. 2009, 20h55m par ZodokaiI figured that I'd keep track of my ever growing CD collection, so I'll update this whenever I get another album. Be sure to check back somewhat often to see my newest purchases! Please keep in mind that I'm not including singles, EPs, compilations by several artists, or CDs I've burned from friends. These are all albums I physically have.
#'s and Symbols
When Your Heart Stops Beating - +44
T.N.T. - AC/DC
High Voltage - AC/DC
Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap - AC/DC
Let There Be Rock - AC/DC
Powerage - AC/DC
Highway to Hell - AC/DC
Back in Black - AC/DC
For Those About to Rock (We Salute You) - AC/DC
Flick of the Switch - AC/DC
Fly on the Wall - AC/DC
Who Made Who - AC/DC
Blow Up Your Video - AC/DC
The Razors Edge - AC/DC
AC/DC Live - AC/DC
Ballbreaker - AC/DC
Stiff Upper Lip - AC/DC
Black Ice - AC/DC
Kicking & Screaming - The Acro-brats
Reinventing Axl Rose - Against Me!
As the Eternal Cowboy - Against Me!
30 nov. 2008, 9h40m par JDouhanCreedence Clearwater Revival is an American rock and roll band who gained popularity in the late 1960s and early 1970s with a string of successful songs from multiple albums released in 1968, 1969 and 1970.
The group consisted of singer, lead guitarist, and primary writer John Fogerty, rhythm guitarist and brother of John, Tom Fogerty, bass player Stu Cook, and drummer Doug Clifford. Their musical style encompassed rock and roll and swamp rock genres. And today Hey Tonight from the album "Pendulum" released in 1970 will be my Tune Of The Day.
2 avr. 2008, 1h38m par sablespecterPersonal One-Hit Wonder* / WTF!?**
Creedence Clearwater Revival / "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" / Pendulum (4) / Dec 1970
Artist: Creedence Clearwater Revival
Original Album: Pendulum
Track: Have You Ever Seen the Rain?
*The first of every month is reserved for "Personal One-Hit Wonders"
(See 01 Feb 2007 entry for details.)
**It's Questions Week! (Is it?) - Day 3:
An awesome oldie that for many people is indelibly linked with experiences in Vietnam, that everybody has heard, and yet is (for me anyway) the only standout from an otherwise forgettable album. John Fogerty wrote this as a reflection on the departure of his brother Tom Fogerty from the band while they were still a very successful group. Tom left while this song was on the charts in 1971, and it is especially poignant now in light of his untimely death in 1990.
Other than its B-side, Hey Tonight (eh...), I'm not sure anything else from this album ever even gets any airplay.
13 jui. 2006, 1h51m par currra