I never knew that. Cool.this favorite of mine was actually co-written by Bowie and Iggy Pop back in the 70's, and Iggy recorded his version in '77.
I still love that album, but I haven't listened to it in years.The final album by all the members of The Police was the 1983 monster release Synchronicity
So that's where it went.It's actually paid for by funneling advertising revenues from DRC.
Me too. Rabin was great.I saw them on this tour.
I actually got a lot out of researching the beginnings of the band. As you say, they've shown many different sides musically, but nowadays, they're mostly remembered for their gentle AC songs, so it's easy to forget the range of stuff they've done. They will definitely make another appearance on my list.REM is a bit like the Cure to me in that you can't pigeonhole them into one genre or style or sound. Whereas the Cure can go from frivolous and goofy fun into the most intense and depressing and violent diatribe you've ever heard, REM has that same range. Trying to pin REM down to a simple label is like calling the Cure 'goth' -- listen to "Let's Go To Bed", "In Between Days", "Hot Hot Hot", "Friday I'm In Love" and "The 13th" and tell me they're a goth band!!
And just like the Cure, REM can make a song that resonates with my soul and makes me rethink my existence, but can also write a song I can't stand and makes me question why I ever liked the band in the first place (I have never liked "It's The End Of The World")
1. (coming up on my 333)
2. Nightswimming (on my 500+)
3. Pop Song '89
5. At My Most Beautiful
ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!! AND SO IS THE VIDEO - ONE OF THE BEST VIDEOS EVER MADE!!OK, let's start with a group I've mentioned before - the hardest working two guys around, the amazing Royal Blood:
Royal Blood – Figure It Out
YES!! "Blue Blood Blues", "Treat Me Like Your Mother" and "I Feel Love" are killer!The Dead Weather dropped a new disk.
Good guitar based stuff.
There's that Gretch White Falcon again.So as I mentioned, the front-woman is Alison Mosshart from The Kills, and the lead guitar is Dean Fertita from Queens of the Stone Age. A super group of sorts
The Dead Weather - I Feel Love (live)
Understatement.Aside from singing and acting, he's a ferociously good guitarist,